Seney is an unincorporated community in Schoolcraft County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, United States. The town is built on the outskirts of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It was featured in the Ernest Hemingway short story "Big Two-Hearted River". Seney is located on the eastern end of the Seney Stretch.
- Official website for the Seney National Wildlife Refuge Last updated: September 16, 2012
- Upper Peninsula Online, Seney Information
- Wood, Vivian. "A Little History of Seney, Michigan in the Upper Peninsula". Exploring the North: The Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin Traveler. Retrieved March 24, 2013.
- Jobst, Jack (November–December 1990). "Hemingway in Seney". Historical Society of Michigan. Retrieved March 24, 2013 – via Clarke Historical Library.
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