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Coney Island (restaurant) - Growth of The Coney Island Restaurant
... Most Coneys in the Detroit area are still owned by Greek, Macedonian, or Albanian immigrants and their descendants ... dining style is repeated in hundreds of different restaurants throughout the metropolitan Detroit area and elsewhere in Michigan and other nearby states ... regional variations though, such as the chili sauce, which is more liquid in Detroit area Coney Island restaurants compared to the dryer sauce served in Coney Island restaurants served in the ...
Great Lakes Field Service Council - Order of The Arrow - Noquet Lodge 29 - Migisi Opawgan
... The Detroit Area Council received a charter to create an Order of the Arrow lodge in the summer of 1939 ... Inductions for the new lodge were held at the Detroit Area Council’s two summer camps – Charles Howell Scout Reservation and Camp Brady ... Camp, Migisi Opawgan continued to provide service to the Detroit Area Camps ...
Detroit City
... Detroit ( /diˈtrɔɪt/) is the largest city in the U.S ... cultural, financial, and transportation centers in the Metro Detroit area, a region of 5.2 million people, and serves as a major port on the Detroit ... The name Detroit sometimes refers to the Metro Detroit area with a population of 4,296,250 for the six-county Metropolitan Statistical Area, the United States' 13th-largest, and a population of 5,218 ...
List Of Cathedrals In The United States - Michigan
... Dearborn Heights (Detroit area) St ... Orthodox Cathedral (Orthodox Church in America) Detroit Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament (Roman Catholic) Cathedral Church of St ... Anne's Church, Detroit (former Cathral of Detroit Archdiocese) (Roman Catholic Church) Ss ...

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