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" The country on the Indian boundary line, from the mouth of the Great Auglaize river and running thence for about fifty miles, is (with some few exceptions) low, wet land, with a very thick growth of underbrush, intermixed with very bad marshes, but generally... "
Oceana County Pioneers and Business Men of To-day: History, Biography ... - Page ii
by Louis M. Hartwick, William H. Tuller - 1890 - 432 pages
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 19

1848
...river, and running thence for about fifty miles, ia (with some few exceptions) low wet land, with a thick growth of underbrush intermixed with very bad marshes, but generally very heavy umbered with bench, cotton-wood, oak, &c. ; from thence continuing north, and extending from...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 19

Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1848
...river, and running thence for about fifty miles, is (with some few exceptions) low wet land, with a thick growth of underbrush intermixed with very bad marshes, but generally very heavy timbered with beach, cotton-wood, oak, <fcc. ; from thence continuing north, and extending from...
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Proceedings at the Laying of the Corner Stone of the New Capitol of Michigan ...

Michigan. Board of State Building Commissioners - American newspapers - 1873 - 135 pages
...Michigan, granted by act of May 6, 1812 : DEPUTY StTKVJSTOE's RBPOBP. "Description of the military lands in Michigan. The country on the Indian boundary line,...beech, cottonwood, oak, etc. ; thence continuing north, Ľnd extending from the Indian less cau I rehearse the statistics, showing the progressive steps of...
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PROCEEDINGS AT THE Laying of the Corner Stone OF THE NEW CAPITOL OF MICHIGAN.

1873
...SURVEYOR'S REPORT. " Description of the military lands in Michigan. The country on the Indian bound ary line, from the mouth of the great Auglaize River,...oak, etc. ; thence continuing north, and extending from the Indian less can I rehearse the statistics, showing the progressive steps of development since...
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GENERAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN

1873
...that he may have intended this answer as indicating his disapproval of the tricks of modern politics. is (with some few exceptions) low, wet land, with...oak, etc.; thence continuing north, and extending from the Indian boundary AARON DIKEMAN. AARON DIKEMAN, one of the representative pioneers of northwestern...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Michigan - 1874 - 735 pages
...that he may have intended this answer as indicating his disapproval of the tricks of modern politics. is (with some few exceptions) low, wet land, with...oak, etc. ; thence continuing north, and extending from the Indian boundary AARON DIKEMAN. AARON DIKEMAN, one of the representative pioneers of northwestern...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Michigan - 1874 - 735 pages
...that lie may have intended this answer as indicating his disapproval of the tricks of modern politics. is (with some few exceptions) low, wet land, with...oak, etc. ; thence continuing north, and extending from the Indian boundary AARON DIKEMAN. AARON DIKEIIAN, one of the representative pioneers of northwestern...
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Report of the Secretary, Volume 17

Michigan. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1878
...line, from the mouth of the great Auglaize River, and running thence for about fifty miles, is (with few exceptions) low, wet land, with a very thick growth...oak, etc. ; thence continuing north and extending from the Indian boundary eastward, the number and extent of the swamps increases with the addition...
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History of Genesee County, Michigan: With Illustrations and Biographical ...

Genesee County (Mich.) - 1879 - 446 pages
...Detroit, in 1807, and identical, or nearly so, with the principal meridian of the government surveys], and running thence for about fifty miles, is, with...cotton-wood, oak, etc. ; thence, continuing north, and exlending from the Indian boundary eastward, the number and extent of the swamps increases, with the...
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Documents Relating to the Erection of the New Capitol of Michigan: 1871 to 1879

Michigan. Board of State Building Commissioners - Michigan - 1879 - 281 pages
...military lands in Michigan. The country on the Indian bound ary line, from the month of the great Aaglaize River, and running thence for about fifty miles, is...heavily timbered with beech, cottonwood, oak, etc. ; thenca continuing north, and extending from the Indian less can I rehearse the statistics, showing...
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