Jennings

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Jennings

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44° 19′ 58″ N, 85° 17′ 53″ W

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Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)

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Jennings is an unincorporated community in the north of the Lake township at 44°19’58″N 85°17’53″W. It was a lumbering center founded by Austin and William Mitchell, who named it for William Jennings Bryan. A post office opened on March 8, 1883, with J. Frank Schryer as the first postmaster. The office was discontinued on July 31, 1956. Jennings was a terminus of the Missukee spur of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, with a junction on the main line named Round Lake.

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