1. Lake Michigan is part of the Great Lakes–St Lawrence Seaway and, thus, handles international commerce.
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4. Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes in North America.
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6. Lake Michigan is the only Great Lake that is entirely within the borders of the United States.
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7. Lake Michigan is the third largest of the Great Lakes and the only Great Lake located entirely in the United States.
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16. Lake Michigan beaches in Northern Michigan are the only place in the world, aside from a few inland lakes in that region, where one can find Petoskey stones, the state stone.
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17. Lake Michigan is the sole Great Lake wholly within the borders of the United States; the others are shared with Canada.
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18. Lake Michigan is joined via the narrow, open-water Straits of Mackinac with Lake Huron, and the combined body of water is sometimes called Michigan–Huron.
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