I was roaming around Sault St. Marie and a came upon Lake Superior State University. I saw the buildings and then I immediately thought that they looked like old military buildings similar to the ones at Fort Wayne. ( you can see my post HERE) The university was originally built as Fort Brady in the 1880s and was used through WWII. In the late 1940s the fort was sold to Michigan Tech and used as part of the University. In 1970 it was separated from Michigan Tech and became Lake Superior State College.
I was there over the summer and with covid restrictions, I did not poke around campus too much. I will have to go back sometime and find out if they give history tours to visitors.
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