This is an interesting lighthouse -- it's a man-made island in Lake Huron, south of Bois Blanc Island, northeast of Cheboygan, directly north of Duncan Bay. If you look at this satellite view, you can see the little white point of light north of Duncan Bay -- that's the lighthouse.
It's also slightly unusual in that it was never meant to be a manned lighthouse, but was manned temporarily. More on this from Lighthouse Friends:
Poe Reef Lighthouse was placed in operation on August 15, 1929, but Fourteen Foot Shoal Lighthouse was not finished before the end of that shipping season and instead went into service on April 18, 1930.The lighthouse was purchased at auction in 2017. The owners are restoring it, but a storm in the summer of 2019 damaged the roof.
The superstructure consists of a 1-story steel house rectangular in shape with sloping copper roof. A conical cast-iron tower rises from the center of this structure and houses the fog-signal diaphone and tanks as well as supporting the lantern and lighting equipment. Quarters are provided for one or two attendants. A boat crane, electrically operated, is provided on one corner of the pier.
Illuminating apparatus: The light is electric, of 11,000 candlepower, shown from a fourth-order lens in a fourth-order lantern 51 feet above water level.
Fourteen Foot Shoal Lighthouse was designed to be radio controlled from Poe Reef Lighthouse, located just four miles away, but until this system could be thoroughly proven, an observer was stationed at Fourteen Foot Shoal.
Here are some pictures: