History of Detroit and Wayne County and Early Michigan: A Chronological Cyclopedia of the Past and Present, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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S. Farmer & Company, 1890 - Detroit (Mich.) - 1028 pages
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The definitive compendium (c. 1000 pages) on the history of Detroit and environs before 1890. Complete with a multitude of engraved lithograph illustrations.

Contents

CHAPTER XV
83
Territorial and State Governments Virginias Claim Grounds of Claim Release of State
91
Street Names and Their Origin Changes in Names A Curious Melange Names of Past
95
Legislatures and Laws Legislatures under English Rule Place and Date of Sessions Legis
102
CHAPTER XX
118
CHAPTER XXII
127
The Early Government of Detroit Incorporation as a Town Rule of the Governor
133
CHAPTER XXV
140
CHAPTER XXVII
147
CHAPTER XXIX
161
CHAPTER XXX
171
CHAPTER XXXI
178
CHAPTER XXXIII
195
CHAPTER XXXIV
201
CHAPTER XXXV
214
CHAPTER XXXVI
221
CHAPTER XXXVII
231
CHAPTER XXXIX
242
Cloverleigh Residence of H B Led
257
CHAPTER
272
CHAPTER XLII
289
The Black Hawk War Toledo War Patriot War Mexican War Cause of Black Hawk War
299
CHAPTER XLIV
305
Militia and Military Companies First Regulations Uniforms Unnecessary Parades at Detroit
313
V I
321
CHAPTER XLVIII
326
St Alberts Catholic Church 544
335
yard Grosse Pointe 455
340
Slavery and the Colored Race First Slaves Indian Servants Orders for Slaves Prices
344
CHAPTER L
354
CHAPTER LI
367
Cloverleigh Residence of Hugh
455
Belle Meade Residence of Dudley B Woodbridge Grosse Pointe
456
The Smart BlockPresent site of Mer rill Block
457
Northwest corner of Woodward Avenue and Larned Street in 1862
458
The Rotunda Building
459
The Campau Building
461
The Newberry McMillan Building
462
The Buhl Block
463
The Merrill Block
464
The Ferry BuildingNewcomb Endi cott Co s Store
465
The Wesson BuildingTaylor Woolfen den Co s Store
466
The Cleland Building
467
The Moffat Building
468
J E Pittmans Coal Dock foot of Rio pelle Street
470
Houses and Homes Stores and Business Buildings House and Store Numbers Lighting
471
Old Council Houseoriginal appearance
472
Old Court House or Capital
473
Facsimile of Scrip issued by the Gov ernor and Judges
474
Old City Hall and surroundings
476
The City Hall
477
Arbeiter Hall
478
Whitneys Original Opera House
479
I I I
480
The Mansion House
481
National Hotel in 1846
482
The Russell House
483
Andrews Railroad Hotel and Pontiac Depot
484
Wales Hotel
485
Perkins Hotel
487
The Kirkwood Hotel
488
Burning of First Presbyterian Church
495
CHAPTER LV
501
Old No 1 The Goose Neck
503
An Old Firebucket 605
505
Old Firemans Hall
506
Old No 5 Engine House Clifford Street
507
A Mose of the Olden Time
508
The Banner of Old No 4
510
Old Joe the Firemans Dog
511
Clifford Street Engine House and Steamer No 3 ready for Funeral Pro cession of President Lincoln
512
Fire Commissioners Office and Engine House
513
Engine House corner Larned and St Antoine Streets
514
Engine House corner of Fort Street and Elmwood Avenue
515
Engine House Hastings Street between Congress and Larned Streets
516
Engine House corner of High and Rus sell Streets
517
200
536
Memorial Tablet in Holy Trinty Catholic Church
537
St Marys Catholic Church
538
Catholic Church and former Cathedral of SS Peter and Paul
539
Original St Josephs Church
540
St Anthonys German Catholic Church
541
St Vincent de Paul Catholic Church and Priests House
542
St Bonifaces Catholic Church
543
Priests House
544
New St Alberts Catholic Church
545
St Joachims French Catholic Church and School
546
Catholic Church of Holy Redeemer
547
St Bonaventures Catholic Church and Monastery
548
CHAPTER LVII
550
First Protestant afterwards Trinity Cath olic Church
556
Facsimile of Scrip issued by First Prot estant Society
557
The Methodist Episcopal Churches Events of Interest to the Denomination Circuit Riders
559
Reduced facsimile of Articles of Incor poration of First Methodist Episcopal Church 1st page
560
Church 4th page
563
First Methodist Episcopal Church origi nal brick building
565
Woodward Avenue and State Street
566
Central Methodist Episcopal Church
568
Congress Street Methodist Episcopal Church
570
Walnut Street Methodist Episcopal Church
571
Jefferson Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
572
Sixteenth Street Methodist Episcopal Church
573
Junction Methodist Episcopal Church
574
Cass Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
575
Second German Methodist Episcopal Church
576
Lafayette Street African Methodist Epis copal Church
577
Bethel Church of Evangelical Associa tionOriginal Building
578
CHAPTER LIX
581
St Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church
582
Original Building
583
Christ Protestant Episcopal Church
584
St Johns Protestant Episcopal Church
585
Grace Protestant Episcopal Church
586
St Stephens Protestant Episcopal Church
587
All Saints Protestant Episcopal Mission
588
Protestant Episcopal Mission of Messiah
589
St Barnabas Protestant Episcopal Mis sion
590
Original St Matthews Protestant Episco pal Church
591
St Josephs Protestant Episcopal Chapel
592
CHAPTER LX
594
First Presbyterian Church
595
Central Presbyterian Church
596
Fort Street Presbyterian Church
597
Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church
598
Westminster Presbyterian Church
599
Calvary Presbyterian Church
600
Union Presbyterian Church
602
Dutch Reformed Church
603
CHAPTER LXI
605
Baptist Church corner of Fort and Gris wold StreetsSecond Brick Building
606
CHAPTER LXII
613
CHAPTER LXIV
624
The First Sunday School Mission Schools Sunday School Statistics Sunday School Unions
631
Poverty and Its Relief The Poor Commission City Physicians The County Poor Poverty
644
Charitable and Benevolent Societies and Institutions Yankee Innovations Moral and Humane
650
CHAPTER LXX
694
CHAPTER LXXI
700
Literary Historical and Scientific Societies Lotteries and Literature First City Library
710
CHAPTER LXXIV
728
CHAPTER LXXV
735
Merchants and Trading Custom House and Collectors The Board of Trade A Commercial
765
CHAPTER LXXIX
802
Brandy for the Savages One Glass at a Time Cadillacs Brewery General Rum Store
837
CHAPTER LXXXI
846
CHAPTER LXXXII
879
The Post Office and Mails Telegraph and Telephones Army Expenses Indian Messengers
886
HAP T E R 1 X
918
CHAPTER LXXXIX
955
French Farms or Private Claims Acres in Claims Names of Original Claimants Dates of Con
981
APPENDIX
987
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