Wyandotte

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Arcadia Publishing, 2007 - History - 127 pages
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Wyandotte, located between Detroit and Toledo along the Detroit River across from Windsor, Ontario, has enriched area history from the days of the first inhabitants, the Wyandott Indians and French farmers, through the industrial ages of iron and steel. In latter years, Wyandotte has been the stage for the manufacture of the first steel rails and iron plate and was home to shipbuilding and chemical industries. All of these contributed significantly to the growth of the nation and to the continuing development of a great American city. Businesses, churches, and community organizations are captured in these historic photographs, along with the people whose commitment to hard work helped the city prosper and grow.
  

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Contents

Acknowledgments
6
Downtown
61
Architecture and Historic Homes
77
Cultural Life and Growth of the City
99
Bibliography
126
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About the author (2007)

Ken Munson has been an active historic preservationist in the city of Wyandotte since 1977, beginning with his tenure as director of museums for the Wyandotte Cultural and Historical Commission. He has also worked with the Barrington Historical Society and Lake County Museum in Illinois. In 1981, Munson was selected to serve as the first director of the Henry Ford Estate, located on the campus of the University of Michigan-Dearborn, where he prepared a five-year restoration plan for the estate. He taught for 20 years as an adjunct faculty member in the Graduate Historic Preservation Planning Program at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti and continues to serve as a consultant to local historical agencies and museums and as a commissioner of the Wyandotte Cultural and Historical Commission.

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