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    Harbor Springs is also known as: Harbor Springs Estate, Harbor Springs Estate, Michigan, and Emmet County / Harbor Springs city.

    Harbor Springs contains: Little Traverse Light.

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  • History

    Harbor Springs is in a sheltered bay on the north shore of the Little Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan. The Little Traverse Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse on the Harbor Point peninsula that forms the natural harbor there. M-119 connects with US 31 7 miles (11 km) east and south at Bay View, with Petoskey just another 4 miles (6. 4 km) away on the south side of the harbor. The area is known for its historic summer resorts, such as Wequetonsing, which was founded by Illinois businessmen and lawyers Henry Stryker, III, and Henry Brigham McClure, both of whom were interconnected with the Jacob Bunn industrial dynasty of Illinois. Founded by the Jesuits, Harbor Springs was once called L'Arbre Croche, which means Crooked Tree. In 1847, L'Arbre Croche had the largest concentration of Native Americans in Michigan. French traders renamed the area Petit Traverse, or Little Traverse, when they arrived in the area. The village was eventually incorporated as Harbor Springs in 1880. One of the city's more prominent residents was Ephraim Shay (1839–1916),...

    The official website for the city of Harbor Springs is http://www.cityofharborsprings.com/.

    There are currently 2 funeral home listings for the city of Harbor Springs, Michigan. Looking for Harbor Springs cemeteries?

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Lakeview Cemetery Sexton
7577 Cemetery Rd Send flowers
Harbor Springs, MI 49723


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Schiller Funeral Chapel
5505 M 119 Send flowers
Harbor Springs, MI 49722

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