How does the Department of Natural Resources manage black bear?
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About 90 percent of the bear live in the Upper Peninsula, while the remaining ten percent are mainly found in the northern Lower Peninsula.
However, it is becoming increasingly common to see bear in the southern half of the Lower Peninsula.
Totally devoted to the Indians, he learned to speak their languages with amazing fluency and went to them wherever they were.
Bishop Baraga died on January 18, 1868 after a life filled with exalted heroism and undiminished zeal for souls.
Bishop Frederic Baraga Bishop Frederic Baraga was a great missionary figure of the American Church who was born in Slovenia on June 29, 1797.
Nine years a priest, he came to the United States in 1830 to devote his life to the Indians of the Upper Great Lakes. Baraga's labors began among the Ottawa in Lower Michigan near Little Traverse Bay.
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