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Introduction
Petoskey, (po-tos-ke) is a city in Michigan. It is a
city at the tip top of the mitten. If you

hold your hand up like it's a mitten, it would be on

your ring finger at the top of your finger nail. As you probably know, Petoskey is known for the Petoskey
stone. Michigan's famous stone.

I hope you in joy my report on Petoskey.






Physical Features


Animals
bunny
deer
wild turkey

insects
cow
horse


Climate/weather
About 66 degrees fahrenheit during summer
About 20 degrees fahrenheit during winter
Average snowfall in a year is 110.6 inches
Average percipitation in a year is 31.15


Land Forms
dunes
Mountains
plains
hills
forests


Bodies of water
lakes (Walloon, Little Travers Bay)
rivers


Soil
sand
dirt
clay
silt


Plants
ferns
flowers (sun flowers, daisys, roses, hydraingeas ext.)
Cherry trees, maple trees ext.


Cities surrounding Petoskey
Harber Springs
Boine City
Charlevoix





First settlers
The first settlers on the land were white men. Usually, they were from parts of Germany and they were usually captains and the captains crew.

Population
As of the 2000 census, the people population is 6,080.

How People Make a Living
Useally people make their living by buying a second home there.

Interesting attractions
Wallon lake
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petoskey stone
near lake Michigan
What Petoskey is known for
Petoskey is known for its state stone, the petoskey stone.

First inhabitants
The first inhabitants were the Chippawa indians.


Latidude and longitude
45.36 degrees North
84.98 degrees West

Important historical events
Petoskey was first named Porter’s Village when the first permanent white settlers came to the area in 1865. As the community developed, and the railroad came through, the name Petoskey was established on December 5, 1873, and made into a village in 1879. In 1896 Petoskey became a city.
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