The Folklore of le Detroit

 Interactive bilingual site about the history of Detroit, which originally occupied both the US and Canadian sides of the river. courtesy of netTrekker
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 Interactive bilingual site about the history of Detroit, which originally occupied both the US and Canadian sides of the river.

courtesy of netTrekker

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