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    • Town of Grover

    • Reproduction of a hand drawn map of an addition to the City of Manistique, Michigan. The addition was known as Grover in 1895. This map was filed with the Auditor General of Michigan. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 100 feet.
    • Manistique (Mich.); villages
    • Map of Camden Township

    • Printed color land ownership map of Camden Township in Hillsdale County, Michigan in the year 1916. This map was originally part of an atlas. The scale on the original is 2 inches equals 1 mile.
    • Camden Township (Hillsdale County, Mich.); land ownership; rivers; railroads; land settlement; lakes
    • Survey of the Mouth of the Clinton River

    • Printed. Shows the navigable part of the mouth of the Clinton River with intermittent marshes on either side. The map has been cellophane taped. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 400 feet.
    • Clinton River (Mich.); rivers; navigation; bathymetry
    • Map of the Village of Olivet

    • Hand drawn and hand colored. Map of the plan of the village of Olivet. Shows the Institution Square, the College Square and the cemetery as well as the streets and lot lines. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 172 feet.
    • Olivet (Mich.); villages
    • Map of Salem Township Town 1 South. Range 7 East

    • Printed map of Salem Township in Washtenaw County, Michigan in 1874. Shows the land owners as well as natural and cultural features. Scale on original is 2 inches equals 1 mile.
    • Salem Township (Washtenaw County, Mich.); land ownership; land settlement; wetlands; rivers; railroads
    • Map of the Township of Henrietta Town One South Range One East

    • Printed map of Henrietta Township in Jackson County, Michigan in 1874. Shows the land owners as well as natural and cultural features. The bottom right is torn off. Scale on original is 2 inches equals 1 mile.
    • Henrietta Township (Jackson County, Mich.); land ownership; wetlands; land settlement; lakes; rivers
    • Map of New Arcadian and New Baltic Co's Lands

    • Printed map of Torch Lake Township in Houghton County, Michigan in 1915. This map shows the sections of land owned by the New Arcadian and New Baltic Companies for the purpose of mineral extraction. There are two sections of land filled in with...
    • Torch Lake Township (Houghton County, Mich.); mineral resources; railroads; copper; lakes
    • Map of the City of Lansing

    • Printed map of Lansing, Michigan in 1894. Map shows where the Michigan School for the blind and the State Industrial School for boys were located. No scale given.
    • Lansing (Mich.); cities; rivers; railroads; schools
    • Map of the Big Rapids & Western Railroad

    • Shows land ownership along the railroad line in Newaygo and Mecosta Counties, Michigan in 1887.
    • Newaygo County (Mich.); Mecosta County (Mich.); railroads; railroad maps; land ownership
    • Map of Liberty Township Four South Range One West

    • Printed map of Liberty Township in Jackson County, Michigan in 1874. Shows the land owners as well as natural and cultural features. Scale on original is 2 inches equals 1 mile.
    • Liberty Township (Jackson County, Mich.); land ownership; wetlands; lakes; land settlement
    • Township No. 25 N Range No. 6 W

    • Hand drawn. Original Surveyor's Plat drawn on thin tissue paper showing the "Saginaw and Grand Traverse Trail". Scale on original is 2 inches equals 1 mile.
    • Garfield Township (Kalkaska County, Mich.); survey maps; wetlands; trails
    • Map of Francisoville

    • Printed. Map of the village Francisoville in Leoni Township in Jackson County, Michigan in 1874. Leoni Township is also depicted on the same page. No scale given.
    • Franciscoville (Mich.); villages; land ownership
    • Diamondale

    • Printed color wash map of Diamondale, Michigan in 1895. Map shows the land owners around the Eaton County village of Diamondale. The village of Sunfield is also on the map. Scale on original is .8 inches equals 500 feet.
    • Dimondale (Mich.); street configuration; villages; land ownership; rivers; railroads

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