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List of islands of Michigan: Quiz


Question 1: ________ is the largest of the Great Lakes, and the coastline is sparsely populated.
Lake ErieLake MichiganLake SuperiorLake Huron

Question 2: The St. Marys River connects Lake Superior and ________ at the easternmost point of the Upper Peninsula.
Lake OntarioLake HuronLake MichiganGreat Lakes

Question 3: This remote island is cut in half and shared with ________.
New JerseyMichiganOhioIndiana

Question 4: The vast majority of the islands in ________ are centered around Drummond Island in the northermost portion of the state's lake territory.
Great LakesLake HuronLake SuperiorLake Michigan

Question 5: At 206 mi² (535 km²), ________ is the largest Michigan island and is the center of Isle Royale National Park, which itself contains over 100 islands.
Lake SuperiorIsle RoyaleGreat LakesDetroit River

Question 6: Four islands below (highlighted in green) are actually islands within an island; they are contained within inland lakes in ________.
Great LakesDetroit RiverIsle RoyaleLake Superior

Question 7: Some of these otherwise unusable islands have been used for the large number of Michigan's lighthouses to aid in shipping throughout the Great Lakes, while others have been set aside as ________.
BiodiversityWildernessNature reserveEngland

Question 8: The ________ runs for 32 mile (51 km) and connects Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie.
River Rouge (Michigan)St. Clair RiverHuron River (Michigan)Detroit River

Question 9: For its entire length, it carries the international border between the United States and Canada, and some islands belong to ________.
ManitobaQuebecOntarioBritish Columbia

Question 10: As the most popular tourist destination in the state, ________ is the most well known of Lake Huron's islands.
MichiganFort MichilimackinacMackinac Island State ParkMackinac Island


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