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    • 1894 | Bay, Bay City | 1383

    • Dawsen, Ray C | Male | Son | 7 | 1; Lumber, Edwin T | Male | Husband | 45 | 2; Lumber, Carrie E | Female | Wife | 42 | 3; Lumber, Erma C | Female | Daughter | 19 | 4; Lumber, Fannie G | Female | Daughter | 16 | 5; Lumber, Kettie J | Female |...
    • Dawsen, Ray C
    • MS 70-99: Civil War Diary of Lorenzo A. Barker  1862-1863 Diary of Lorenzo A. Barker

    • 1862-1863 Diary of Lorenzo Barker. In this diary, Barker discusses daily life while stationed around Corinth Mississippi. In the diary he describes witnessing a deserter execution, bringing in Confederate prisoners, battle experiences, and...
    • American Civil War; Barker, Lorenzo A.; Lorenzo A. Barker; Western Sharpshooters; 66th Illinois Infantry; Sixty-sixth Illinois Infantry; Corinth (Miss.); regimental history; Confederate Prisoners of War; deserters;
    • Prudenville

    • Like many area communities, Prudenville’s history is closely associated with logging and, later, with tourism. At one time Prudenville was a boom town, with ambitions to be the County seat, only to see the decline of lumbering and their town. ...
    • 1884 | Muskegon, Muskegon | 1924

    • Markin, Orceila | Female | Servant | 21 | 1; Munro, Thomas | Male | Husband | 38 | 2; Munro, Catherine | Female | Wife | 35 | 3; Ray, Hattie | Female | Niece | 14 | 4; Lumber, Eva | Female | Servant | 16 | 5; Torrant, George | Male | Husband | 33 |...
    • Markin, Orceila
    • Saginaw - "Bird's Eye View, Saginaw, Mich."

    • Color postcard from circa 1907-1912 of a bird's-eye view of lumber yards along the Saginaw River in Saginaw, Michigan.
    • Saginaw (Mich.); Saginaw County (Mich.); Saginaw River; lumber yards; lumber; logging industry; bridges; railroad cars; railroads; railroad tracks; rivers; postcards
    • Saginaw - Log boats on Saginaw River

    • Black and white photograph showing boats docked at a lumber yard and mill, loaded with lumber, on the Saginaw River in Saginaw, Michigan.
    • Saginaw (Mich.); Saginaw County (Mich.); Saginaw River; boats; ships; lumber; logging industry; lumber yards; mills
    • Marquette - Lumber yarn on Lake Superior

    • Black and white stereograph of children posing or playing on lumber laid out on the shore of Lake Superior in Marquette, Michigan.
    • Marquette (Mich.); Marquette County (Mich.); Lake Superior; ships; lumber; logging industry; lakes; people; children; stereographs
    • Antrim - Rail cars hauling lumber

    • Black and white photograph from circa 1895-1905 showing an aerial view of lumber loaded onto railcars in Antrim, Michigan. This lumber was headed for the Antrim Iron Company sawmill.
    • Antrim (Mich.); Antrim County (Mich.); railroad cars; aerial views; lumber; railroad yards; ; storefronts; street scenes; cityscapes; logging industry
    • Jerome, David H.

    • David H. Jerome, 18th Governor of Michigan, 1881-1881. Republican. Religion: Episcopal. Born in Detroit in 1829. Died 1896. Buried in Saginaw. Worked in the business and lumber trades.
    • Governors; Jerome, David H.
    • Cheboygan - "Birds Eye View Showing Courthouse and River, Cheboygan, Mich."

    • Black and white postcard from approximately 1910 of an aerial view of Cheboygan, Michigan, along the Cheboygan River. The large red brick building with the clock tower on the left is the Cheboygan County Courthouse, built 1898-1900. The building...
    • Cheboygan (Mich.); Cheboygan County (Mich.); Cheboygan River (Mich.); Cheboygan County Courthouse (Cheboygan, Mich.); First Congregational Church (Cheboygan, Mich.); Cheboygan Brewing & Malting Company (Cheboygan, Mich.); Cheboygan High School...
    • Crapo, Henry H.

    • Henry H. Crapo, 14th Governor of Michigan, 1865-1868. Republican. Religion: Christian Church/Universalist. Born in Massachusetts in 1804. Died 1869. Buried in Flint. Worked in the lumber industry.
    • Governors; Crapo, Henry H.
    • Alger, Russell A.

    • Russell A. Alger, 20th Governor of Michigan, 1885-1886. Republican. Born in Ohio in 1836. Died 1907. Buried in Detroit. Worked in the lumber industry.
    • Governors; Alger, Russell A.
    • Hamtramck Stadium

    • The significance of Hamtramck Stadium is related to Negro League baseball history from its opening season in 1930 through 1937. In later years, the stadium served the Hamtramck community for local recreation baseball leagues, school leagues,...


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