Mackinac Island trip, June, 2013
Journaling reads:  Skull Cave is a small and shallow cave contained within Mackinac Island State Park in Upper Michigan.  The site was carved during the Algonquin post-glacial era by the waters of Lake Algonquin, a swollen ancestor of today's Lake Huron.  The lake existed in East Central North America at the time of the last ice age.  About 7,000 years ago, it was replace by Lake Chippewa and Lake Stanley.  As the glaciers retreated about 3,000 years ago, it was then replaced by Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, and Lake Superior, 3 of the 5 great lakes of America.  While in active status as a site for human remains, Skull Cave was a refuge for fur trader, Alexander Henry and was designated a Michigan historical site in 1959.  Wikepedia
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