Washington Island

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Washington Island,

c.20 sq mi (50 sq km), NE Wis., in NW Lake Michigan, just off the northern tip of the Door Peninsula. The island was visited by the French explorers Pierre Radisson (1657) and Robert La Salle (1679). It has a large Icelandic settlement and is a resort area.

Washington Island:

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, atoll (1990 pop. 936), 3 sq mi (7.8 sq km), central Pacific, one of the Line Islands and part of the Republic of Kiribati. Visited by the American explorer Edmund Fanning in 1798, it was annexed by Great Britain in 1889 and became part of the colony of the Gilbert and
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Sales of properties on Washington Island were more representative of those on Chambers Island, but still required a location adjustment to account for differences.
After operating for five years, Vallejo Baylink, the San Francisco Bay community's municipal commuter operation, decided to send the operation's first catamaran ferry, the Jet Cat Express, to Nichols Brothers Boat Builders' Washington Island yard for a complete rebuild.
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More B & Bs in Friday Harbor and new bus service make it easier for foot passengers to visit this Washington island in summer
Back on the road, you skirt Wisconsin'sDoor County, a great "i" slanting out into the lake, dotted by Washington Island.
Death's Door Gin, from Washington Island Brands, involves wheat and wild juniper from the forests of Lake Michigan's Washington Island.

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