The New Student's Reference Work/Saginaw Bay

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Saginaw Bay, an arm of Lake Huron and the largest inlet of the southern peninsula of Michigan, is 60 miles long and 30 wide. Saginaw River, 30 miles long, falls into it. It has several good harbors, and under its islands and shores vessels find shelter from the fierce storms that sweep over Lake Huron.