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Marquette,

city (1990 pop. 21,977), seat of Marquette co., N Mich., Upper Peninsula, on Lake Superior; settled 1849, inc. as a city 1871. It is a shipping center for a lumber, farm, and resort region. Chemicals, wood products, and mining machinery are manufactured. Marquette is the seat of Northern Michigan Univ. A maritime museum and a state prison are also there.

Marquette

Jacques , known as P?re Marquette. 1637-- 75, French Jesuit missionary and explorer, with Louis Jolliet, of the Mississippi river
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