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Horatio Alger, Jr.: A Comprehensive Bibliography

By Bennett, Bob

Mt Pleasant, Michigan: Flying Eagle Publishing Co., 1980. Book. Good. Hardcover. Inscribed by Author(s). 200pp - A comprehensive bibliography - Foredge lightly foxed o/w good condition.

$15.00

The B.T. & B. Manual A Treatise on the care of saws and knives

By Machinery Company of America

Big Rapids, Michigan: Machinery Company of America, 1920. Book. Good. Hardcover. 4th Edition. 296pp - Illustrated - Saw and Knife Fitting Machinery - Edge of end pages are glue darkened, o/w Good condition.

$25.00

Brighton Area Centennial

By Brighton Area Centennial Inc

Brighton, Michigan: Brighton Area Centennial , 1967. Book. Good. Soft cover. Unpaged - Illustrated - Birth of Brighton, Michigan - Light markings to front cove, thumbed r o/w good condition.

$15.00

Memories of Mackinaw

By Ranville, Judy and Campbell, Nancy, Compiliers

Machinaw City, Michigan: Mackinaw Area Public Library, 1993. Book. Good. Soft cover. Second Printing. 302pp - Illustrated - History of the Mackinaw Region - Good condition.

$30.00

Lowell 100 Years of History 1831-1931

By Lowell Centennial

Lowell, Michigan: Lowell Sesquicentennial Committee, 1981. Book. Good. Soft cover. Reprint. 139pp - Illustrated - Photo Offset Reproduction of Orginal 1931 Lowell Centennial Book - Good condition.

$15.00

The Place of the Pike (Gnoozhekaaning) A HIstory of the Bay Mills Indian Community

By Cleland, Charles E.

Ann Arbor, Michigan: The University of Michigan Press, 2004. Book. Good. Soft cover. 146pp - Illustrated - Index - A history of the Bay Mills Indian Community - Good condition.

$30.00

Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan 1870-1909

By Lantz, Raymond C.

Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc, 1991. Book. Good. Soft cover. 288pp - Section 1 contains 1870 Census - Section 2 contains persons from 1870 census and all their known descendants as of 1907 - Section 3 contains a census of all the children born after 1907 as enumerated by The Bureau of Indian Affairs - Front cover creased o/w good condition.

$20.00

A Giant Walked Among Them

By Girard, Hazel B.

Francestown, New Hampshire: Marshall Jones Company, 1977. Book. Good. Hardcover. Signed by Author and Illustrator. 170pp - Illustrated by Marv Girard - Half-tall tales of Paul Bunyan and his loggers - Signed by Author and Illustrator - Good in good dj.

$10.00

Michigan in Philately

By Heath, D.R.

Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan: Self Published, 1939. Book. Good. Soft cover. Inscribed by Author(s). Unpaged - A story, mainly for record purposes, about Philately in Michigan, and some of those who collected, a listing of clubs, philatelic papers and other items - Cover sunned , stain to back edge o/w text good condition.

$20.00

Halfway to Yesterday

By Lethbridge, Alice

Flint, Michigan: Self Published, 1974. Book. Good. Hardcover. 233pp - Illustrated - Index - The narratives of nearby landmarks, familiar names, and past events in our city and county are not only interesting to many of us but important to all our citizens if we are to develop a greater understanding of the forces which have shaped the development of our community and created a common heritage which is on the one hand distinctive and on the other a part of the historical fabric of our state and nation - Owners name written in o/w good condition.

$10.00

Early History of Owosso

By Ball, Adele

Michigan: Michigan Historical Society, 1969. Book. Good. Hardcover. 58pp - Illustrated - Corners and edges shelfworn, owners name written in o/w good condition .

$10.00

The Gold Rush Letters of thomas S. Myrick from California to the Jackson, Michigan, American Citizen - 1849-1855

By Myrick, Thomas S.

Mount Pleasant, Michigan: The Cumming Press, 1971. Book. Good. Hardcover. 117pp - These letters are well-written, for Thomas was an intelligent and literate observer. He covered the Gold Rush well and informed his readers of the other advantages of California. He also kept the readers back home informed of the activities of other Jackson, Michigan men who were making the transition from gold-seekers to permanent, productive citizenship in California - Good condition in maroon binding.

$20.00

A Journal of a Surveying Trip into Western Pennsylvania under Andrew Ellicott in the Year 1795 when the Towns of Erie, Warren, Franklin and Waterford were laid out

By Burges, George

Mt Pleasant, Michigan: John Cumming, 1965. Book. Good. Hardcover. Limited Edition. 48pp - Orginial Burges diary was inherited as a family heirloom brought to Michigan more than a century ago by pioneer ancestors - Corners and edges light wear o/w good condition.

$20.00

Warfare Along the Mississippi The Letters of Lieutenant Colornel George E. Curtis

By Clarke, Sr., Norman E., Editor

Mount Pleasant, Michigan: Central Michigan University, 1961. Book. Good. Hardcover. Limited Edition. 153pp - Illustrated - Clarke Historical Collection - These letters cover a period from prior to his enlistment on July 10, 1861, through August of 1864. His word depictions of a soldier's observation in service present training, marching and fighting in Missouri and Arkansas during the early years of the war. - Glue staining to gutter of front and back paste downs o/w good condition in clamshell..

$35.00

The Gold Rush Letters from the Wolvering Rangers to the Marshall, Michigan, Statesman 1849-1851

By Wolverine Rangers

Mount Pleasant, Michigan: The Cumming Press, 1974. Book. Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 154pp- The principal correspondent of the Wolverine Rangers was James Pratt, the former editor of the Statesman.Some of the letters were published without identification of the authors.Throughout the letters the spelling has been preserved,, a number of California place names and words of Spanish origin are spelled as they sounded to the writers - Gift inscription on back end-page o.w good condition.

$25.00

Singapore The Buried city

By Lane, Kit

Saugatuck, Michigan: The Commercial Record, 1975. Book. Good. Soft cover. 24pp - Illustrated - They don't dig it up because what little is left is not worth the disruption of the covering sand dunes. But there was something there once, two sawmills, about 20 other buildings, a store, a bank and people with dreams and hope that Singapore would one day be one of the great cities of the growing west - Good condition.

$25.00

Saint Henry's, Vernon, Rosebush, Michigan - 1874-1974

Rosebush, Michigan: Saint Henry's Church Parish, 1874. Book. Good. Soft cover. 1st Edition. 50pp - Illustrated - The Story of St Henry's Parish, Early Christianity in Michigan, The present book is not exhaustive. It gathers facts as they are remembered, sets down data that would soon perish.It attempts to supply to the sons and daughters of the Parish a record of their own past - Good condition.

$25.00

St Henry's, Vernon, Rosebush, Michigan - 1874-1958

Rosebush, Michigan: St Henry's Parish, 1958. Book. Good. Soft cover. 1st Edition. 59pp - Illustrated - The present book is not exhaustive. It gathers facts as they are remembered, sets down data that soon would perish. It attempts to supply the parishioners a record of their own past. - Cover worn, chipped o/w interior in good condition.

$25.00

Muhqua Nebris A Compilation of Legends of Walloon

By Krenrich, Dorothy Munson

Walloon Lake, Michigan: Walloon Trust, 1984. Book. Good. Hardcover. 96pp - Illustrated - In her book the author has brought to life times, faces and places that date back to the mid-1800's. It is generously illustrated with photographs depicting the past. - Good condition in hard cover with fair dj, has bookplate, o/w good condition.

$25.00

The Geasler Family Cookbook

By Geasler, Shelly, Editor

Brinton, Michigan: Self Published, 2000. Book. Good. Soft cover. 1st Edition. 85pp - Illustrated - Family recipes/family photos and history - Sprial bound in soft cover - Good condition.

$15.00

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