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Zip codes in the city: 49675.

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Funeral Homes near Onekama

Bennett Barz Funeral Home
1417 Us Highway 31
Beulah, MI 49617
Edwards Oak Grove Funeral Home
12353 Lynn St
Bear Lake, MI 49614
Herbert Funeral Home PC
706 Kosciusko St
Manistee, MI 49660
Johnson Funeral Home PC
480 Water St
Manistee, MI 49660
Jowett Family Funeral Homes & Cremation
803 Forest Ave
Frankfort, MI 49635
Ludington Cemetery
906 N Lakeshore Dr
Ludington, MI 49431
Mc Elduff Funeral Homes
7223 South St
Benzonia, MI 49616
Oak Grove Cemetery
1040 Veterans Oak Grove Dr
Manistee, MI 49626
Oak Grove Cremation Center
7710 Lake St
Bear Lake, MI 49614
Oak Grove Cremation Center
3060 W Us Highway 10
Ludington, MI 49431
Oak Grove Cremation Center Incorporated
85 Cypress St
Manistee, MI 49660
Stephens Life Story Funeral Home
305 E State St
Scottville, MI 49454
Terwilliger Funeral Home
9188 Osmo St
Kaleva, MI 49645
Terwilliger Funeral Home
9188 Osmo St
Kaleva, MI 49645

Facts about Onekama, Michigan

Onekama (/oʊˈnɛkəmə/ oh-NEK-ə-mə) is a village in Manistee County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 411 at the 2010 census. The village is located on the shores of Portage Lake and is surrounded by Onekama Township. The town's name is derived from \"Ona-ga-maa,\" an Anishinaabe word which means \"singing water.\" Some local business people have produced sweatshirts, T-shirts, and bumper stickers with the symbols \"1,\" (pronounced 'ONE comma'), a common mispronunciation.

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In 1882, the first school was built next to the present-day Congregational Church. In 1883, a large summer hotel, The Glen House, was built near the Glen, with its three mineral springs that were believed to have medicinal value. The village is located within Onekama Township, Michigan Township on the shores of Portage Lake. These included the Pierce Grist Mill and The Gibert Brothers' Saw Mill. In 1871, when landowners around the land-locked lake became exasperated with the practices of the Portage Sawmill, they took the solution into their own hands and dug a channel through the narrow isthmus, opening a waterway that lowered the lake by 12 to 14 feet and brought it to the same lavel as Lake Michigan.

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