Michigan: A Guide to the Wolverine State (Google eBook)

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US History Publishers, 1949
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Contents

CONTEMPORARY SCENE
3
NATURAL SETTING
13
ARCHEOLOGY AND INDIANS
24
HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT
34
STATE DEVELOPMENT
55
CONSERVATION AND RECREATION
82
SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS
89
RACIAL ELEMENTS
103
Section b Port Huron to Detroit
459
Section c Detroit to Ohio Line
460
Junction with US 25Grosse Pointe ShoresDetroit Base Line Highway Vernier Road and E Jefferson Ave
463
DetroitRiver RougeEcorseWyandotteTrentonGrosse Ile W Jefferson Ave and Van Horn Road
466
Port AustinBad AxeImlay CityRomeoDetroit State 53
475
Mackinaw CityCheboyganAlpenaBay CityFlintAnn Arbor Toledo Ohio US 23
480
Section a Mackinaw City to Bay City
481
Section b Bay City to Ohio Line
489

MARINE LORE
113
ARTISTS AND CRAFTSMEN
135
LITERATURE
145
MUSIC
152
THE THEATER
157
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ARCHITECTURE
164
ANN ARBOR
177
BATTLE CREEK
192
BAY CITY
198
BENTON HARBOR AND ST JOSEPH
204
DEARBORN
211
DETROIT
228
FLINT
296
GRAND RAPIDS
305
HOLLAND
316
KALAMAZOO
321
LANSING AND EAST LANSING
328
MARQUETTE
343
MUSKEGON
350
PORT HURON
359
SAGINAW
365
SAULT STE MARIE
372
ST IGNACE
380
DetroitYpsilantiColdwaterSturgisNiles US 112
387
DetroitAnn ArborJacksonBattle CreekKalamazooBenton HarborNew BuffaloMichigan City Ind US 12
399
Section b Jackson to Kalamazoo
401
Section c Kalamazoo to Indiana Line
405
JacksonThree RiversNilesNew Buffalo State 60
408
DetroitLansingGrand RapidsGrand Haven US 16
413
Section b Lansing to Grand Haven
419
DetroitPontiacFlintSaginawClareReed CityLudington US 10
423
Section b Saginaw to Clare
430
Section c Clare to Ludington
433
Junction with US 10Cranbrook Foundation Lone Pine Road
435
Port HuronFlintGrand RapidsHolland State 21
439
Section b Flint to Holland
441
Port SanilacSaginawSt LouisHoward CityMuskegon State 46
444
Section b Saginaw to Muskegon
445
MarysvilleMarine CityNew BaltimoreJunction with US 25 State 29
448
Bay CityPort AustinPort HuronDetroitToledo Ohio State 25 US 25
454
CheboyganGraylingClareLansingColdwaterAngola Ind US 27
491
Section a Cheboygan to Clare
492
Section b Clare to Lansing
498
Section c Lansing to the Indiana Line
500
LansingJacksonBryan Ohio US 127
503
Section b Jackson to the Ohio Line
507
PetoskeyCadillacBig RapidsGrand RapidsKalamazooThree RiversElkhart Ind State 131
508
Section b Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo
513
Section c Kalamazoo to Indiana Line
514
Mackinaw CityTraverse CityMuskegonHollandBenton HarborNilesSouth Bend Ind US 31
515
Section a Mackinaw City to Traverse City
516
Section b Traverse City to Muskegon
523
Section c Muskegon to the Indiana Line
527
Traverse CityNorthportLelandGlen HavenFrankfortJunction with US 31 State 22
530
Sault Ste MarieSt IgnaceManistiqueGladstoneIron MountainIronwoodHurley Wis US 2
535
Section b Sr Ignace to Iron Mountain
537
Section c Iron Mountain to Wisconsin Line
546
Sault Ste MarieDrummond IslandCedarvilleJunction with US 2 State 5 State 4
551
Sault Ste MarieSeneyMunisingMarquetteNegauneeWakefield State 28
556
Section b Negaunee to Wakefield
564
Junction with State 28EckermanWhitefish Point State 123
568
MunisingGrand IslandPictured RocksSullivans Landing By boat on Lake Superior
570
NegauneeGladstoneEscanabaMenomineeMarinette Wis State 35
575
Section b Escanaba to Wisconsin Line
578
Copper HarborCalumetHoughtonBruce CrossingWatersmeet Land OLakes Wis State 26 US 45
581
HoughtonLAnseSkaneeHuron Mountains US 41 State 35
594
Junction State 26 and US 45RocklandOntonagonPorcupine Mountains US 45 State 64 State 107
597
BEAVER ISLAND
601
Foot Tour St James and environs
606
Motor Tour Kings Highway
607
ISLE ROYALE
610
MACKINAC ISLAND
615
Carriage Tour Mackinac Island CityFort MackinacBritish LandingMackinac Island City The Combination Drive
620
Foot Tour Mackinac Island CityAstor HouseBoardwalkMackinac Island City
623
CHRONOLOGY
629
BIBLIOGRAPHY
645
1940 CENSUS FIGURES
655
INDEX
661
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