Grand Portage Print
Torrents of wild water plummet 120 feet over the High Falls down to the Pigeon River in this park on the U.S. - Canadian border. The falls, the highest in the state, presented a serious obstacle to river travel, so a "carrying place," or portage, was necessary. American Indians created the ancient nine-mile trail from Lake Superior to bypass the falls, which became known as "The Grand Portage."
- By: Mark Herman
- Format: Lithographic print on acid free paper
Framing for the 16" x 20" size print is available in a 1" satin black wooden frame with glass. ready to hang, for an additional charge. Allow 10 business days for framed prints. Add framing to cart.