The Civil War That You Never Heard About

This week, Weekend Edition Sunday is exploring the culture, traditions and economy of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Stories about war are common. Unusual is the true story of an American war with no casualties. One of the spoils of the Toledo War was the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. And the early 19th century combatants were the Michigan and Ohio militias. Host Liane Hansen talks to State Representative Mike Lahti about the often-forgotten war.

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