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THE PONTIAC

Off The Beaten Path By Madeline Kallio LAND OF THE TALL PINES The Pontiac was named for Chief Pontiac, chief of the Ottawas and supreme chief of the Algonquin Confederation, who was born in 1720. A land of tall pines, rivers and lakes, the Pontiac of today retains the beauty and majesty of the past. NORWAY BAY AND BRISTOL The first...

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Something for everyone in Puerto Rico

By Mary Ann Simpkins Ponce de Leon’s quest for the Fountain of Youth led him to Florida. Really though? The Spanish explorer was a looking for gold. When he discovered gold nuggets in Puerto Rico, he claimed the land for Spain and King Ferdinand appointed him the island’s first governor. Today’s visitors come for the island’s...

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