"Lake Superior: a lake in the north central United States and southern Canada: the northernmost of the Great Lakes; the largest of fresh water in the world. 350 miles (564 km) long; 31,820 sq mi (82,415 sq km); greatest depth, 1290 feet (393 meters); 602 feet (183 meters) above sea level."
George Copway; Indian Life and Indian History; A Colby and Co; 1858
George Copway writes: "Lake Superior, or, as it is named in the Ojibway language, Ke-che-gumme, is situated in the centre of the nation, and is not only the largest of its lakes, but the largest lake of water in the world. It has been called the 'Great Lake of the Ojibways'."
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