Seul Choix Point Light
Built: 1892 - 1895

On the south central shore of Michigan's upper peninsula overlooking Lake Michigan near Gulliver.
The conical tower is 78 feet tall and is open to the public.
The house is now a museum, and there is a gift store on the grounds.

Seul Choix is French for "only choice".
Through the years, the pronunciation
has been corrupted into "Sis Shwa".

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