Nathan was a small town in Michigan's upper peninsula, it was built in 1903 and no longer exists anymore. Not a single part of the community remains.


Nathan was a hamlet located forty miles north of Menominee. Upper Michigan's southernmost county. It was located on county road G-18, ten miles north of Carney, which intersects with U.S. 41, a primary north-south corridor. A ribbon of small towns, no more than a few hundred residents. Today, the saloon, train station and houses that composed Nathan in 1903 are gone, and the only evidence that the town existed is in old, faded scrapbooks that have been passed on to the surviving heirs.