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Raisin River

1.
a river in SE Michigan, flowing E to Lake Erie: 1813 battle site. 115 miles (185 km) long.
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  • Strongly stockaded at Frenchtown, on the Raisin River, with a seasoned army, they invited attack.

    The Story of Isaac Brock Walter R. Nursey
  • The second phase began likewise with a disaster—the needless loss of a thousand men on the Raisin River, near Detroit.

    The Old Northwest Frederic Austin Ogg

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