The small town of Sidnaw is located in the western part of the Upper Peninsula. There is not much on Main Street but a few houses and what looks like a building that was a general store at one time. M-28 runs nearby and that is probably why most of the structures on Main Street are gone. Sidnaw is probably most famous for having a World War II POW camp. you can read my post about it HERE. The word “sidnaw” is Native American for small hill by a creek and that is supposedly where the town got its name from.
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