Point Iroquois Lighthouse
(Michigan)











Photograph by
Darryl Chapman
(10 degrees below zero)
Photograph by
Joseph Moore
Photograph by
Joseph Moore
Photograph by
Cheryl Price
Photograph by
Cindy Freeman
Photograph by
Cindy Freeman






Point Iroquois Lighthouse was named after a massacre that took place there by an army of Ojibwas. The brick tower is sixty-five feet tall, and is fitted with a sixth-order lens. The brick keeper's quarter is attached to the tower. There is a museum and gift shop, which is operated by the Bay mill-Brimley Historical Research Society--the original Lighthouse Service fixtures and nineteenth-century furnishings are on display.

***Directions:
From I-75, take Highway 28 for about 8 miles to the town of Brimley. Then follow Six Mile Road and Lakeshore Drive to the Lighthouse.












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