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Algonac-Clay Historical Society
Highlights Algonac's boat building heritage featuring Chris-Craft, Gar Wood and the many other local boat builders. Includes artifacts featuring local history, business, industry, schools, churches and the military.
http://www.algonac-clay-history.com/
Company Name: Link ID: 1805  
Date: Dec 9, 2008  
Category: Michigan > Travel & Lodging > Attractions
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Algonac-Clay Historical Society
Highlights Algonac's boat building heritage featuring Chris-Craft, Gar Wood and the many other local boat builders. Includes artifacts featuring local history, business, industry, schools, churches and the military.
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