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Nawadaha Falls is the uppermost of three waterfalls on the Presque Isle River in Michigan's Porcupine Mountains State Park. Nawadaha is an Ojibwa word meaning "in the midst of the rapids." In Henry Wadsworth Longfellows epic poem "The Song of Hiawatha" he says he learned the stories "From the lips of Nawadaha, The musician, the sweet singer." Nawadaha was the Ojibwe name for renowned indian agent and explorer, Henry Schoolcraft.