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The Michigan State Historic Preservation Office and the National Register Project Coordinator for the State Historic Preservation Office in Lansing announced that the entire Town of Gwinn, in Forsyth Township, in the Upper Peninsula (U.P.) has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Gwinn was build by the Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company (CCI) in the early 1900’s as a planned industrial community. CCI President William F. Mather, who named the town after his mother, Elizabeth Lucy Gwinn, was the force behind building the town. He hired well-known Boston, Massachusetts, landscape designer, Warren H. Manning, to design the community. Gwinn is significant in America's industry history.

With over 52 lakes in our wonderful, relaxing, recreational area, you can enjoy canoeing, boating, water skiing, swimming, fishing, and camping. Our lakes are surrounded by beautiful woods where you can hunt, enjoy peaceful walks, or take to the hundreds of miles of trails on your snowmobile.

Gwinn Weather

SUNNY, humidity 35%, barometer 30.40,
wind 10 mph SSW
Plenty of sun, but very cold
22°F | 3°F
Plenty of sun, but very cold
Mostly cloudy and cold
25°F | 6°F
Mostly cloudy and cold
Partly sunny and cold
23°F | 7°F
Partly sunny and cold
Cold with snow
26°F | 3°F
Cold with snow
Colder with a couple of snow showers
11°F | -7°F
Colder with a couple of snow showers

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