A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be contributed to the Mt. Pleasant Area Historical Society's History Center Fund dedicated to creating a proposed Mt. Pleasant History Center.
Author: Jack R. Westbrook
Publisher: ORSB Publishing
Walk with us through the streets of this lumber/oil/university town in the center of Michigan, rooted in the 1855-established Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Reservation. Inside, we will visit the homes of hundreds of those who have come before us and, where possible, see how the structures have changed through the decades. Join author Jack R. Westbrook, whose five previous middle Michigan photo history books have put the spotlight on our area's past, on a photographic journey through the historic core of Mt. Pleasant and meet some of the residents who have added colorful threads to the tapestry of our community's past. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be contributed to the Mt. Pleasant Area Historical Society's History Center Fund dedicated to creating a proposed Mt. Pleasant History Center..
Janice passed at home in Mt Pleasant and was buried in Morton Township cemetery. ... Hospice of Central Michigan or the Wheatland Church of Christ in Remus.
Author: Barbara Slater Nelson
The term Old Settlers refers to the group of mixed race people that came to MI in the late 1800's and settled in the newly opened land in the Mecosta, Isabella and Montcalm counties. The title is well known through out the area and most know it refers to that group and anyone who descended from them. Volume two covers the original Old Settlers that came whose last names begin with D-R and follows each one of their descendants through every generation down to the current living generations. It includes photographs, family stories, articles and obituaries. They were an amazing group who settled the land, cleared it, farmed it, built homes, schools, churches, roads, married each other and raised families. There are many historical sites and monuments still there that are overseen by their descendants. Our history is kept alive by thousands of descendants and hundreds who work on genealogy and share their knowledge.
MI; Northern Michigan Hospitals. Petoskey, MI as staff nurse; Central Michigan Community Hospital and Davis Clinic in Mt. Pleasant, MI as patient ...
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Michigan Nurses Assocation. The history from 1904-2004.
hospital that she didn't want to return home. ... Her daughter Kelly lives in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, where she is attending Central Michigan University ...
Author: Phyllis Bawar-Jerabek
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Like many families today, I have lived through the current recessions. Through it all, I have not only survived, I have thrived. It occurred to me that I’ve learned many life lessons that I can impart, not only to my family, but to younger generations. For this reason, I want to share my story... the story of my family!
everyone in Mt. Pleasant loves these wonderful little things. ... Mount Pleasant, MI 48858 www.camillesontheriver.com Our last fabulous food find of the day ...
Author: Tom Daldin
Publisher: Scribe Publishing Company
Under the Radar Michigan is an Emmy award winning PBS television series that features the cool people, places and things that make Michigan an awesome place to live, work and play. If you're looking for great Michigan places to explore, vacation, eat, live, start a business or just relax, this book is for you. Chapter by chapter, we take you along on our first fifty episodes and discover great Michigan cities, interesting people, incredible restaurants, romantic spaces and great places to vacation with the whole family. You'll speed through Michigan's Everglades; go to santa school; eat awesome food; hike giant dunes; meet inspired people; explore great wilderness; fly through the air on skis; sail the Great Lakes; tour great museums and even swim at a secret beach. You won't believe what's right in your own back yard. So, join us and we guarantee you'll learn so much about Michigan you didn't know, you'll never want to leave. Grab this book. Grab your car keys, and make Michigan your next great adventure.
Although the scope of Mount Pleasant's progress during its first hundred years ... many elements typical of other Michigan cities during the same period .
Author: William Cron
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Nestled on the scenic Chippewa River, the city of Mount Pleasant, Michigan, is home to a unique community with a vibrant heritage. An area first inhabited by the Saginaw Chippewa tribe, it has evolved from a humble settlement into a center of commerce, relying upon agriculture, lumbering, oil and gas, banking, and higher education throughout its first century. Although the source of its prosperity has changed over the years, Mount Pleasant's pioneering spirit has remained constant. This book utilizes a collection of archival photographs drawn from the Clarke Historical Library to document Mount Pleasant's progress and expansion from 1854 through 1954.
Mount Pleasant rests in the palm of the Michigan mitten, ... mountainlike to early river travelers, and the other claiming that the central Michigan area ...
Author: Jack R. Westbrook
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Since 1860, Mount Pleasant has been a center for Native American culture, lumbering, agriculture, oil and gas production, collegiate learning, and retail shopping; Mount Pleasant now boasts one of the largest gaming casino resorts in Midwest America.
Edwin P. Nutting , ' o2 , formerly of Mt. Clemens , Mich . , has gone to Moline ... and had returned home only about three weeks previous to her death .
Publisher: UM Libraries
In v.1-8 the final number consists of the Commencement annual.