THE LAST COLUMNIST Has Requested The Matrix To Challenge Your Knowledge Of Great Lakes Shipping, History and Surrounding Geography

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  • SAMPLE QUESTION-Michigan City and State Stone of the same name. ——–(KEY: row 1 across-Answer is Petoskey.)
  • Most Famous Great Lakes Shipwreck.—— ———-
  • Sister ship that followed the Edmund Fitzgerald through the tragic storm.—— -. ——–
  • The St ——– Seaway.
  • Lake of the Clouds is located in ——— Mountains State Park.
  • Lake Michigan National Lakeshore great for making sandcastles. ——– —- Dunes
  • Name of the Ford ship whose crew risked everything to search for the sunken E. Fitzgerald.——- —- Ford
  • The Six Fathom —–
  • The (G)—— Iron Range.
  • The Edmund Fitzgerald was named after the Chairman of this Insurance Company that owned It. ———— Mutual Life Insurance Co.
  • The Ghost of a U.P. railroad worker killed on the job in the Ottawa National Forest supposedly causes these nightly illuminations. The ——– Lights.
  • Located between the East and West arm of Grand Traverse Bay. — ——- Lighthouse
  • The Edmund Fitzgerald docked at this railroad company’s Dock #1 for it’s final load of Iron Ore. ———- ——–
  • Term for a member of the subhuman race of people (and their descendants) rumored to inhabit the woods around Saugatuck and Bridgeman, MI. They escaped from the Junction Insane Asylum (now closed), after being subjected to gruesome cranial experiments. —– —-
  • The Edmund Fitzgerald was bound for ——-, MI loaded with 26,000 tons.
  • Forest Highway 13 cuts through The ——– National Forest.
  • Master of the Arthur M. Anderson. Captain ——

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  • The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum is located at —–Fish Point.
  • Master of the Edmund Fitzgerald. Captain Ernest ——–
  • Term for refined iron ore pellets ready for shipping. ——–
  • The Dossin Great Lakes Museum is located on this island in the Detroit River. —– —-
  • The Au Sable River flows through the —– Nat. Forest
  • Tahquamenon Falls into Lake ——–
  • 1000 foot freighter named the Stewart J. —-
  • Name of the Swedish flagged ship in contact with the E. Fitzgerald shortly before sinking. ——-
  • 1966 Lake Huron Shipwreck, Daniel J. ——-
  • Before their demolition, this row of smokestacks was a landmark for ships navigating Lake Erie and The Detroit River. The Seven ——-
  • Iron smelting Ghost Town, now a State Park. ——-
  • (P)Old Mormon Print shop can be found on this Lake MI Island. Same name as dam building rodent. —— Island
  • You leave for Isle Royale from the ——– Peninsula.
  • The Ottawa Nat. Forest is home to the world’s oldest living organism, The Humongous ——.
  • Our Peninsula connecting engineering masterpiece. The ——– Bridge.

In memory of the 29 lost on the Edmund Fitzgerald 11/10/1975, this page was first beamed out on November 10th, 2009.  E-mail is always b52@thelastcolumnist.com.

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S A Q R E A V A R O U G E E D M U N D F I T Z G E R A L D
U C D S L T B V M N S L E E P I N G B E A R X M I B Y U O
P K W I L L I A M C L A Y G D C G O G E B I C C B E E M N
E I K M A A S F P H K Y S O P A U L D I N G Z S E L T T T
R N A O N N C O O P E R I E J W S G I O E S H O A L T A A
I A D R D T O R E L W H S G V H I A W A T H A R V E E C R
O C W R Q I R S P H E U T X C I D E T R O I T L E I X O I
R T Q E O C T B N X E R E A R T H U R M A N D E R S O N O
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