History of Calhoun County, Michigan: A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People, and Its Principal Interests, by Hon Washington Gardner ...
Lewis Publishing Company, 1913 - Calhoun County (Mich.) - 1354 pages
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Albion College anti-slavery appointed bank Battle Creek became building built Calhoun county Cass Charles church citizens committee Company Congress constitution convention court Crary Crosswhite Democratic Detroit district dollars Duplex Printing early east elected Erastus Hussey erected farm Fugitive Slave Law fund George Gorham Governor held Henry Homer homestead exemption hundred inaugurated January Inft institution Isaac Jackson James John Joseph June Kalamazoo Kalamazoo river Kentucky land large number later legislature Lewis Cass located Marengo Marshall meeting Methodist Michigan Michigan Central Railroad mill organized party pastor Pierce pioneers present president public instruction public school Railroad Rice creek road Samuel sanitarium school house school system secretary Senate settlers Sidney Ketchum slavery street Superintendent of Public teachers Tekonsha territory tion town township Troutman Union United village Washington Gardner William Wilmot Proviso Zachariah Chandler