Traveling Through Time: A Guide to Michigan's Historical Markers

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Laura R. Ashlee
University of Michigan Press, 2005 - History - 536 pages
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Traveling Through Time is the definitive illustrated guide to nearly 1,500 historic Michigan sites. With this book, travelers can journey through the state to discover the historical markers in Michigan's neighborhoods, along its highways, and in city centers.

Since 1955 the state of Michigan has erected historical markers throughout the state. In this revised edition of Traveling Through Time, Laura Rose Ashlee collects the histories that appear on these markers together into one handy guidebook---a great desk reference for researchers and armchair historians alike.

Some of the book's special features include:

o Location and full text of each marker

o Arranged alphabetically within county chapters

o More than 85 historic and color photographs

o Special section on Michigan historical markers placed outside Michigan
  

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Contents

About the Michigan Historical Marker Program
1
Alpena County
17
Benzie County
36
Branch County
49
Cass County
78
Clare County
94
Lenawee County
243
Livingston County
254
Macomb County
271
Manistee County
289
Mason County
296
Menominee County
304
Montcalm County
310
Oakland County
319
Oceana County
356
Index
524

Luce County
261

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About the author (2005)

State Historic Preservation Office, Lansing, MI.

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