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Michigan Presenation

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  • 1. Michigan
  • 2. Michigan State University
  • 3. Michigan State University
            • Football Stadium: Seats up to 75,000 People
  • 4. Michigan State University
    • Basketball @ Breslin Center: 15,000 People
    • Final Four = 6 appearances out of the last 12 years
  • 5. Detroit : largest city in MI
    • 900,000 people living in the city
    • Known as “motor city”
    • Detroit is across from Windsor, Canada.
  • 6. Detroit
    • To go to Canada, you just have to cross over the bridge or through the tunnel.
  • 7. Detroit’s Sports Teams
    • Tigers (Baseball), Red Wings (Hockey),
    • Pistons (Basketball), Lions (Football)
  • 8. Dearborn: 10 th largest city in MI
    • Henry Ford-
    • creator of Ford Motor Company
  • 9. Dearborn: Ford Motor Company
    • Model T Car, 1908
    • 1 st cheap auto
    • Became cheap because of the assembly line
  • 10. Henry Ford: Assembly Line
    • People work in a line adding different parts to the car
  • 11. Dearborn
    • Arab-American Population
    • in East Dearborn
    • 35% of city is Arab-American
    • Largest mosque in the United States
  • 12. Great Lakes of Michigan
    • Great Lakes: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Eerie and Superior
    • 20% of the world’s fresh waters
    • MI is surrounded by 4 of the 5 Great Lakes
    • Inland, Michigan has 11,000 lakes
  • 13. Mackinac Bridge
    • Connects the Upper Peninsula with the Lower Peninsula (2.62 km)
  • 14. Mackinac Island
    • Place to go for vacation
    • 9.8 km 2
    • Surrounded by water
    • No cars are allowed on the island
  • 15. Silver Lake State Park
    • over 2,000 acres (8 km 2 ) of sand dunes
    • A hill of loose windblown sand found along seashores
    • West side of state
    Dune Buggy