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"Fort Mackinac, Michigan" by Seth Eastman, Oil on canvas. Fort Mackinac is a former American military outpost garrisoned from the late 18th century to the late 19th century near Michilimackinac, Michigan, on Mackinac Island.


File:Fort mackinac painting.jpg at Wikimedia Commons (accessed 14 August 2012), citing Fort Mackinac, Michigan at Senate.gov gallery.




Seth Eastman (1808-1875).


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