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Amasa, Michigan Points of Interest
The Ambassador Bridge was named by Joseph Bower, the person credited with making the bridge a reality, who thought the name Detroit-Windsor International Bridge as too long and lacked emotional appeal. Bower wanted to symbolize the visible expression of friendship of two peoples with like ideas and ideals.
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The Amasa Museum is located in the Main Street Historical District. The building, formerly the township hall, is a fine example of late 1800s balloon style architecture. The main floor has many pictorial displays of the mining and logging industries that helped build Amasa, plus Amasa School and Triangle Ranch memorabilia. An ongoing renovation of the second floor will result in a replica of "The Streets of Old Amasa." The importance of Amasa as a major hub for logging and rail transportation can be seen in the old depot that stands sturdy against time. Open Memorial Day for summer months. Tours in winter by appointment. Free admission.