Bowen's Michigan state atlas : containing a separate map of each county, showing section, township and range lines, railroad and interurban lines...with a historical sketch of each county...also containing maps of Michigan, the United States and the world.
B.F. Bowen & Co.

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Page  1 BOWEN'9S to Ic c.Ian AtaS CONTAINING A Separate Map of Each County, Showing Section, Township and Range Lines, Railroad and Interurban Lines, Churches and School Houses and Public Highways, SWith a Historical Sketch of Each County IMPROVED ROADS SHOWN IN COLORS Also Containing Maps of Michigan, the United States and the World, and the Official Soil Map of Michigan; Population of Townships, Cities and: Villages and Geographical and Other Tables of Value 1916 B. F. BOWEN & CO., Inc. INDIANAPOLIS i,;,...I i:~ li-.c; c;-;ii:si:~ '' ~:;:I:::::;

Page  2 Copyright, 1916, B. F. Bowen & Co., Inc.

Page  3 FOREWORD When Elwood Haynes drove his first little automobile down the streets of Kokomo, Indiana, he did not realize that within the next score- of years this invention of his would revolutionize highway transportation in the whole world. There is no gainsaying the fact that the automobile has been the direct cause of the building of more miles of good roads in the United States during the past twenty years than all other agencies put together. In Michigan alone the automobile tax for 1915, all -of which was applied to road construction, amounted to $1,500,000. It is estimated that 1,650 miles of roads will be built in the state in 1916, at an estimated cost of $3,271,000. Thus it may be seen that the automobile is responsible for mor.ellhan one-third of the money to be expended on the roads this year. Good roads are a necessary concomitant of good civilization. It has been said that when a community pulls itself out of the mire of bad roads and builds highways that are usable in all kinds of weather, it is on the road to a better and. happier existence. With good roads, isolation ceases, social life takes on a new aspect, educational and religious affairs are benefited and, in short, every phase of the community's life is raised to a higher standard. It is a law of human nature that some good things have to be forced on people; not one man out of a hundred would take out life insurance wer ' e it not forced upon him; m. any a farmer who has objected to paying for good roads nas nved to see the benefit of the expenditure and enjoy the road to which he had so vigorously objected. Fortunately the country is awake -as never before to the actual value in dollars and cents of good highways., The federal government has recently passe " d the Bankhead Act, which provides for an appropriation to all states that have a centralized direction of road improvements. Forty-three of the states have qualified to receive federal aid, only the states of Indiana, South Carolina,- Georgia, Mississippi and Texas not having highway commissions under the direction of the state Legislature. The government proposes to extend aid to the various states in proportion to their road mileage and the amount set aside by the state itself.

Page  4 _ ~ __ new interest in good roadls and th~is is especially true since the Highway 'in MIichigan? follows the' shor~es of Lakes Huron and M~ich~igan around the lower peninsula. This road,. when com-? pleted,'has a length of 3,989 miles. It will traverse eight states, touch four state capit~als, one hundred'_ and ten county seats and pass throulgh one hundred and forty-four counties. The H~ighway has an eastern and western division and runsx from Mlack-- inaw, Meiichigan, throug~h th~e states of M~ichigan, Iridianaa, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. More, people are uxsing 'the highwacys t~oday than ever befor-e. _L; is a longf step froin the blazed tr-ail and ceordukroy r-oads of our grandfathers to thie macadamized, brick or cement roalds of tosday. People of today have more leisure and more inclination t~o travel. than? did_ t~he early settlers of our state. Witi~h the ibueilding of good roads in all directions, it has become possible to go from one end of the state tos the other in a day or two. A~t the present tim~ne the farmer in his automobile can travel farther in one day tthan it was possible f or him to travel in a we~ek under conditions as thaey existed fift~y years ago. Every person who travels the highways of t~he state feels the need of an accurate guide to the roads. In; no other way is it possible to tour the state without a useless expenditure of time and money, not to say patience. A good automobile guide is as essential as good gasoline. It is confidently believed that Bowen's A4utom~obile and Sportsmen's Guide is the best publication of its kind which has ever been offered to the traveling public of Mlichigan. Each county map has been submpitted to competent local authorities for verifi~ation, special attention having beern given to the delineation of the main traveled thoroughfares, State and county officials have extended the company every courtesy in the effort to make ~this work accurate in every detail. Especial credit is due the State Highway Commzission, Good Roads Association, Wolverine Auto Club, Detroit Automobile Dealers' Association and the different commercial clubs of the state. All of these organizations have taken a hearty interest in the preparation of the Guide. Ab large numnber of the automobile factories have also cooperated in various ways with the company. The historical sketch which accompanies eac~h county map was furnished by Hon. A. C. Carton, of th~e Puablic Domain Commission. Tghe Bowen Guide is the first serious attempt to prepare a publication ~of this magnitude in thae state. The company has been engaged in- the preparation -of the maps and the collection of i i I i i

Page  5 CONTENTS Business directory _--- ---------- 6, 7 Automobile and Sportsmen's Guide, adv. 8 Dort Motor Co., Detroit, adv.------ 9 Wayne Hotel, Detroit, adv. - _ 10 Charlevoix Hotel, Detroit, adv. ----- 11 D. & C. Navigation Co., adv. -------- 12 Tuller Hotel, Detroit, adv._ 13 Index to key map ------------- 14 Instructions as to use of maps ----- 14 Key map, state of Michigan_ ----- 15 A. B. Higman, Benton Harbor, adv.---- 16 Berrien county, sketch _... 16 Berrien county, map --------- 17 Cass county, sketch 18 Cass county, map ------------ 19 St. Joseph county, sketch 20 St. Joseph county, map 21 Branch county, sketch 22 Branch county, map ----------------- 23 Hillsdale;county, sketch -- ----- 24 Hillsdale county, map 25 Lenawee county, sketch 26 Lenawee county, map 27 Monroe county, sketch __ 28 Monroe county, map _ 29 Wayne county, sketch --------------- 30 East and West Michigan Pikes -------- 30a Wolverine Highway __----_ --------- 30a Fifty- and Ninety-mile Pleasure Trips from Detroit __---------------- 30b Wayne county, map _ 31 Washtenaw county, sketch - - 32 Washtenaw county, map ___ 33 Buell Auto Co., Jackson, adv. --------- 34 American Oil Co., Jackson, adv.------- 34 Jackson county, sketch 34 Jackson county, map 35 Calhoun county, sketch ------------ 36 Calhoun county, map 37 Kalamazoo county, sketch 38 Kalamazoo county, map 39 VanBuren county, sketch 40 VanBuren county, map ---- ------- 41 Allegan county, sketch ------- 42 Allegan county, map _ 43 Barry county, sketch.... --- 44 Barry county, map --- ----45 J. A. Fritz, Charlotte, adv.- 46 Eaton county, sketch ___------ 46 Eaton county, map 47 Dyer-Jenison-Barry Co., Lansing, adv.- 48 Bates & Edmonds Motor Co., Lansing, a d v............4 8 Michigan Karlsbad Sanitarium, Lansing, adv. _ 48 Ingham county, sketch _ _ ----- 48 Ingham county, map _ _ --------- 4S Livingston county, sketch ----- 5(] Livingston county, map --------51 Oakland county, sketch __._ -- - 52 -t Oakland county, map _--------------- 53 Macomb county, sketch -------------- 54 Macomb county, map _--------------- 5 St. Clair county, sketch ---------- 5 St. Clair county, map ------- 57 Lapeer county, sketch ___------------ 58 Lapeer county, map 59 L. D. Gillett, Flint, adv. 6( Guaranty Title & Morte Co., Flint, adv.- 60 Oak Grove Hospital, Flint, adv.------- 6( Allen & Burchy, Flint., adv.-------- 6( Genesee county, sketch __ Genesee county, map -- -- Shiawassee county, sketch Shiawassee county, map Clinton county, sketch ----- Clinton county, map ----------------- Ionia county, sketch --- ---- Ionia county, map ------ Kent county, sketch -------------- Kent county, map ---------------- Ottawa county, sketch __ Ottawa county, map -_ -- --- Muskegon county, sketch __ Muskegon county, map Montcalm county, sketch ------- Montcalm county, map.. Gratiot county, sketch ------------ Gratiot county, map -------------- Saginaw county, sketch Saginaw county, map Tuscola county, sketch ------------ Tuscola county, map _ Sanilac county, sketch Sanilac county, map Huron county, sketch S Huron county, map ----------------- Bay county, sketch ------------------ Bay county, map ----- ---------- Midland county, sketch -------- Midland county, map Isabella county, sketch Isabella county, map __------------- Mecosta county, sketch -------------- Mecosta county, map _ Newaygo county, sketch _ Newaygo county, map --------- Oceana county, sketch Oceana county, map Mason county, sketch ------------- Mason county, map Lake county, sketch ---------- Lake county, map Osceola county, sketch Osceola county, map Clare county, sketch - - - Clare county, map ------------------ Gladwin county, sketch --------- S Gladwin county, map - - S Arenac county, sketch -------------- Arenac county, map _----------------_ SIosco county, sketch ____ _ losco county, map......-- 3 Ogenaw county, sketch _------------ Ogenaw county, map ---------------- SRoscommon county, sketch - - [ Roscommon county, map -------- ) Missaukee county, sketch _ ) Missaukee county, map _ -------- Wexford county, sketch _ ------; Wexford county, map __ ------ SManistee county, sketch _ - - [ Manistee county, map --------- SBenzie county, sketch _ _ ------ SBenzie county, map __---------- SGrand Traverse county, sketch S' (Grand Traverse county, map _ ) Kalkaska county, sketch.) Kalkaska county, map - - - ) Crawford county, sketch _------------ ) Crawford county, map - - - ) Oscoda county, sketch ------ 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 Oscoda county, map __ _ 131 Alcona county, sketch ____ 132 Alcona county, map _.--- 133 Alpena county, sketch 134 Alpena county, map _ 135 Montgomery county, sketch 136 Montgomery county, map _137 Otsego county, sketch 138 Otsego county, map _ _ 139 Antrim county, sketch _ 140 Antrim county, map 141 Leelanau county, sketch 142 Leelanau county, map 143 Charlevoix county, sketch - -- -- 144 Charlevoix county, map _ 145 Emmet county, sketch __ 146 Emmet county, map _ 147 Cheboygan county, sketch 148 Cheboygan county, map 149 Presque Isle county, sketch 150 Presque Isle county, map 151 Mackinac county, sketch 152 Mackinac county, map 153 Chippewa county, sketch 154 Chippewa county, map 155 Luce county, sketch 156 Luce county, map 157 Schoolcraft county, sketch 158 Schoolcraft county, map 159 Alger county, sketch 160 Alger county, map 161 Delta county, sketch.162 Delta county, map 163 Menominee county, sketch 164 Menominee county, map ----------- 165 Dickinson county, sketch 166 Dickinson county, map 167 Marquette county, sketch 168 Marquette county, map 169 Iron county, sketch _ _ 170 Iron county, map _ 171 Gogebic county, sketch _ 172 Gogebic county, map _ 173 Ontonagon county, sketch 174 Ontonagon county, map 175 Houghton county, sketch 176 Houghton county, map 177 Baraga county, sketch __178 Baraga county, map 179 Keweenaw county, sketch 180 Keweenaw county, map __ 181 Population of townships, cities and villages ---- ----------- 182 Geological survey maps, between 182b and - - - - - - - - - 183 Agricultural Statistics, United States__ 183 Population of counties, cities and towns -- 184-187 Michigan, map - 190-189 Populations and altitudes, United States _ 190-194 United States, map_ 192-193 Armies of the world- 195 Navies of the world 195 Militia of the United States. 195 Governments of the world- -- - 195 Time, difference of, between Washington and places named-------------- 195 Army of the United States----------- 195 World, map of_ 196-197 Geographical tables _------ - 198

Page  6 6 DIRECTORY OF Hotels, Garages, Automobile and Accessory Dealers, Banks, Real Estate, Etc. ADRIAN. City Garage. New Adrian Hotel. Raymond, S. W., Garage. ALGONAC. Mullikin, C. A., Drugs. ALLEGON. Burrill Tripp Company, Merchants. First National Bank. Stein, John C., Real Estate. Updike, T. L., Real Estate. Vahue, Robert L., Book Store. Weeks & Montague, Allegan County Real Estate and Abstract Office. ALMA. Brunner, W. Alex, Drugs. First State Bank. Hopkins, D. E., Wright Hotel. Look Patterson Drug Company M. L. Perrigo, Studebaker Salesroom and Garage. McKenzie, J., Cigars. Republic Motor Truck Company. Wyant, A. C., Garage. ALMONT. Wolverine Garage. ALPENA. Alpena County Savings Bank. Alpena National Bank. Reynolds, Charles, Garage. ANN ARBOR. Ann Arbor Savings Bank. Brooks, Charles L., Real Estate. Farmers & Mechanics Bank. Overland Garage Company. Weber, George, Book Store. BAD AXE. Bad Axe Auto Company, Garage. Clark & McCaren Company, Grocery. Dunlay Garage Company. Misses Skinner, Book Store. Schaffer, E. F., Transfer Line. BATTLE CREEK. Central National Bank. Cushman Auto Sales Company, Garage, Ford Agency and Accessories. Fischer, E. C., Manager Fischer Company. Hoffmaster, R. F., Battle Creek Taxi Company. Williams, Arthur B. BAY CITY. Ames, G. W., Real Estate. Bay City Tire Supply Company, Tire Repaliring. Central Auto Company, Garage. Crotty, H., Camera Supplies. Farmers Auto and Machinery Company. First National Bank. Jenison Hardware Company. JLewis Manufacturing Company. McKerlie, D. K., Garage. Peterson, Arthur F., Garage. W V. T. Foley &f Company, Drugs. 3Werler Auto Company, Garage. "Wilton ~& Mack, Books, Etc. BEAVERTON. Nickham, William C., Garage. BENTON HARBOR. Berrien County Bank. Downell, Frank T., Drugs and Books. Higman, Arthur B., Real Estate and Loans. Messner, A. F., Garage. BERRIEN SPRINGS. Miller, George, Garage. BIG RAPIDS. Bertram, L. F., Auto Garage. BIRCH RUN. Dodge, E. M., Garage. Reid, Claude, Garage. BLISSFIELD. Ries, Daniel, Hotel. BRIGHTON. W. 0. Pitkin & Son, Garage. BROWN CITY. Sheppard, S. T., Drugs. BUCHANAN. Kelling, M. J., Cigar Store. CADILLAC. Van Liew, George, Real Estate. CAPAC. Bolton, R. E. Bucren & Miitchell. Capac Garage. Capac Savings Bank. CARO. Lawrence, B. E., Sporting Goods. H. S. Myers & Company, Garage. B. A. Smith & Company, Garage. CARSON CITY. Ralph, F., Garage. CASEVILLE. R. L. Hubbard & Company, Bankerx, CASS CITY. Reushler, J. A., Garage. Treadgold's Drug" Store. CASSOPOLIS. Central Drug Store, W3. D. Hopkins Propr. CERESCO. Ulrich Motor Sales Co., Oakland Agency. CHARLEVOIX. Charlevoix States Savings Bank. CHARLOTTE. Beard, F. E., Books and Stationery. Collins Drug Store. Fritz, J. A., Garage. Smith, J. M. C., Banker. CHEBOYGAN. Cheboygan Auto Sales Company. Cheboygan State Bank. First National Bank. CLARE. Clare County Savings Bank. Ehrlich, Con, Salesman. J. T. Brown & Sons, Garage. Mussell, Mrs. A. E., Drugs. CLINTON. B. 0. Randall & Company, Drugx. Lancaster, George W., Garage. AmWillianls, Fred H., Hotel. CLIO. Clio State Bank. COLDWATER. Reed, F. J., Bookseller and Stationer. Standard Garage. CORUNNA. Yaklin, W. N., Garage, King Agency. DAVISON. Vilas, A. L., Garage. DETROIT. A. L. A. Tire Company, Inc. American Indemnity Company. Auto Equipment Company. Auto Supply Company. Banner Realty Company. Benmb-Robinson Company, Hudson Motor Cars. Buick Motor Company. Burton, C. M., Abstracter. Chalmers Motor Company. Charlevoix Hotel. Chesbrough, Frank P., Real Estate. Cunninghamz Auto Company, Maxwell Cars. Cunninghanl's Drug Store. D. & C. Navigation Company. Denby, Edwin, Attorney. Dennen's Book Shop. Detroit Auto Hardware Company. Detroit Life Insurance Company. Detroit Trust Company. Devlin Company, The, Automobiles. Dort Motor Company. Down Town Garage. Doxtator, Charles H., Real Estate. Drake, George A., & Company, Stationery, Printing, Office Furniture. Earle, Horatio S., Farm and Road Machinery. Equitable Life Insurance Company. Fasquelle, L. J., Real Estate. Fighe, M. J., Real Estate. Ford Motor Company. Fromley, Wilson & Company, Real Estate. General Sales Company. Goebel Brewing Company. Gordon Auto Sales Company. Grasser Motor Company, Hupmobile Distributors, G. Edward Biel, Mngr. Hannan Real Estate Company. Hayes, J. R., Wayne HMotel. Hilton, Hart & Garrett Company, Printers. Hines, Edward F., Printing. Hines, Edward N. (Speaker-Hines Printing Co. Holden, James S., Real Estate. Hotel Charlevoix. Hurst Garage Company. Hyde, 0. F., Company, Real Estate. Interstate Fire Insurance Company. John Hancock Life Insurance Company. Judson Bradway, Real Estate. King, Grinnison Realty Company. Lambrecht, Kelly & Company, Real Estate. Leland, Thad E., Real Estate. Logan, J. H., Real Estate. Lyon, Edward F., Company, Automobile Springs, Axle Parts. McCandless Brothers, Wholesale Lumber. Manufacturers and Traders Casualty Company. Marchant, S. A., Real Estate. Merchants Realty Company. Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Company. Michigan Workmen's Compensation Mutual Insurance Company. Moss, WV. E., & Company, Bankers. Muir Lynn Realty Company. Northern Assuranee Company. Ohio & Michigan Coal Company. Ohio State Life Insurance Company. Oldsmobile Company. Paige Detroit Motor Company. Peoples State Bank. Piner, Walter C., Real Estate. Radford, Block Company, Distributors Oakland and Marmon Cars. Richmond & Backus Co., The, Stationers, General Printers, Blank Book Manufacturers, Office Furniture. Robinson, L. J., & Company, Chalmers Motor Cars, Distributors for Michigan. Schmidt, Herman A., Automobile Manufacturer. Service Garage. Sheehan, John V., Company, Books. Slocum, James, Real Estate. Speaker-Hines Printing Co. Standart Brothers, Ltd., Wholesale Hardware and Sporting Goods. Stomfeltz, Lovely & Company, Real Estate. Studebaker Corporation. Thompson, J. Walter, Company, Advertising. Tuller Hotel. Union Trust Company, Real Estate De partment. United States Auto Supply Company. Waidelich Ross Realty Company. Warren, Cady, Ladd &< Hill, Attorneys. Watkins & Radcliffe, Dealers and Jobbers, Automobile Accessories. Wayne County and Home Savings Bank. Wayne Hotel. WVetmere, Q/u-inn & Company, Paige and Saxon Cars. Wilson & Smith, Real Estate. Winton Company-, Automobiles. Wolverine Auto Club. DURAND. Durand Drug Company. EAST LANSING. Terrien, F. F., Salesman. EATON RAPIDS. Ferguson, R. G., Garage. Graham, F. A., Druggist. EAU CLAIRE. Ward, Walter H., Drugs. ELSIE. Sheldon & Son, Garage. ESCANABA. Delta Title, Land and Loan Company, Abstracters. EVART. Postal Hardware Company, Garage. FARWELL. Burton, William, Pharmacist. FENTON. Davis, J. Frank. Enders, M. P. Fenton Elevator Company. Fenton State Bank. FLINT. Abraham Foss Company, Sporting Goods. Aldrich, Isaac N., Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, Representing The Merrill Corporation of Chicago. Alien & Burchy, Real Estate. Alien & Curtis, Architects. Beach, Alien J., Insurance. Buick Motor Company, Automobiles. Carlton, M. E., Company, Books, Etc. Central Drug Store. Chevrolet Motor Company. Crescent Company, Sporting Goods. Dort Motor Car Company. Farm Realty Company. Flint Garage. Flint Land Company. Ford Sales Company, Ford Cars and Accessories. Genesee County Abstract Company. Gillett, L. D., Overland and Willys-Knight Sales Agency. Guaranty Title & Mortgage Co. Hawley Hotel. Hetchley-Rabb, Real Estate. Home Realty Company. Hotel Bryant. Industrial Savings Bank. Lewis Manufacturing Company. Martin & Zlimmerman Drug Company. Marvel Carburetor Company. Mercer, John WT. Monroe Motor Company. National Bank of Flint. Oak Grove Hospital. Paige Sales Company. Paterson, WV. A., &fe Company, Carriage Manufacturers. Patterson Auto Sales Company. Ralston Land Company. Union Trust & Savings Company. Van Vleet, Jared, Real Estate. / Wood, George, Drugs. / Woolfit & Maceomber, Insurance cind Real Estate.,, FLUSHING. Cameron, R. T., Drugs. FOWLER. Weber, Louis, Garage. FOWLERVILLE. Sprague, Lee'C., Garage. /i FRANKENMUTH. State Bank. GALIEN. Standard Garage, Louis J. Norris, Propr. GLADWIN. Morris, Robert, Garage. / I

Page  7 7 GRAND HAVEN. Perry, J. J., Merchant. GRAND LEDGE. Stuart, D. C., & Son, Garage. GRAND RAPIDS. Charles Franklin Company. Dowling, George E., Cadillac Salesman. Firsch Auto Supply Company. Fourth National Bank. Grand Rapids Trust Company. Hass Realty Company. Jenkins, J. C., Rigard Agency. Kridler & Son. Michigan Trust Company. Peoples SaVings Bank. Preferred Life Insurance Company. Service Garage Company. HASTINGS. Skinner Garage Company. Colgrove, P. T., President Good Roads Association. HOLLAND. Brink, Henry R., Book Store. Peoples Garage, Lievense Bros., Proprs. Ven Hunzin, Thomas W., Garage. HOWELL. Dean, Bert, Sprague Garage. HUDSON. Harrington, H. C., Garage. IMLAY CITY. Holden, T. F., Drugs. IONIA. Smith, Smith & McIween, Druggists. Collar & Hulliberger, Garage. Miller & Ashe, Garage. 'National Bank of Ionia. Marshall Wright Lumber Company. Branch Auto Sales Co. ITHACA. Goodwin, T. A., Drugs. Barken Garage. JACKSON. American Fork & Hoe Company, Manufacturers. American Oil Company. American Sewer Pipe Company. American Top Company. Briscoe Motor Sales Company, West Pearl Street. Buell Auto Company. Central Auto and Supply Company, Garage. Haynes Wheel Company. Isbell & Company, Grain and Seeds. Jackson Auto Company, Jackson Automobiles. Jackson Cushion Spring Company. Jackson Rim Company. Jackson State Savings Bank. Lewis-Allen Company, Automobiles, Supplies, Storage, Repairing. Lewis Spring & Axle Company. McLaughlin, Ward & Company, Elevator. Mutual Motors Company, Automobile Factory. Sheaf, E. J., Seedman. Sparks, Withington Company, "Safety ~First" Sound Sparton. Stockbridge Elevator Company, Elevator. United States Land and Investment Company, Real Estate. JONESVILLE. Saxton, E. H., Druggist. KALAMAZOO. First National Bank. Harlow, W. 0., Automobiles. Home Savings Bank. Kalamazoo Auto Company. Kalamazoo Auto Sales Company, Overland Automobiles. Kalamazoo Storage Battery Company. Thompson, R. C., Sporting Goods. LAKEVIEW. Lape, Curt P., Hotel. LANSING. Bailey, The J. W., Company, Real Estate. Bates & Edmonds, Engineers. Bennett Buick Auto Company. Brooks, H. H., Abstracter. Butler Block Pharmacy. Campbell & Darling, Drugs. Crotty Brothers, Book Dealers. Downey Hotel. Dyer-Jenison-Barry Company, Ltd., Real Estate and Bonds. Emery, A. M., Bookdealer. Goodell, George M., Insurance. Hedges & Gibson, Drugs and Books. Houghton, F. W., Drugs. Huntington, A. D., Cigar Stand. Ivory Brothers, Drugs. Kerns, W. G., Hotel Wentworth. Lansing Garage Sales Company, Garage. Lansing State Savings Bank. Larabee, J. H., Leather and Sporting Goods. Michigan Karlsbad Sanitarium. Price, Glenn W., Cigar Stand. Prudden, W. K., & Company, Manufacturers. Reo Motor Company. Robinson Drug Company. Roger Leather Goods Company. Shiffer, C. B., Druggist. Sturgis, Amos D., Druggist. Tracy Auto Tire Repair Company. Wentworth Hotel. LAPEER. England, C., Garage. First National Bank. Gardiner, J. N., Drugs. LAWRENCE. Thomas & Sons, Garage. LESLIE. St. Clair Bros., Garage. LOWELL. Gregory, Percy, Garage, Agency Buick and Studebaker Cars. Lowell State Bank. Marz, D. G., Banker. Smith Garage. MANISTIQUE. Hoppins, C. M., Garage. Putnam, A., Drugs. MARLETTE. Burke, 0. E., Garage. MARSHALL. Commercial Savings Bank. Green, Grove, Drugs. Ulrich Motor Sales Company, Garage, Oakland Agency. MASON. Farmers Bank. Hazelton Bros., Garage. Whitmore, P. D., Real Estate. MIDDLETON. Hull, Ray, Garage. MIDLAND. Main Garage. MILAN. Milan Garage and Sales Company. MONROE. First National Bank. Monroe Garage, Gasoline, Repairs, Accessories, Storage. Monroe Overland Company. MT. CLEMENS. Mt. Clemens Garage and Motor Sales Com pany. 1IT. MORRIS. Bank of Mt. Morris. MT. PLEASANT. Battles Automobile Company, Garage. Hileman & Erway Garage, Automobiles and Accessories, Repairing. Johnson's Garage. Myers & Miller, Real Estate. Park Hotel. MORENCI. First National Bank. MUSKEGON. Barcus, W. W., Inc., Real Estate. Bowman & Van Dam, Real Estate Investments and Resort Property. Boyd, J. F., Cigars. Boyd's Book and Stationery Store. Erme Ter Veen, Cigars. Gibney, C. N., Stationery and News. Hathaway, F. E., Cigars. Kuizenga & Whipple, Books. Muskegon Abstract Comnpany. Union National Bank. NEWBERRY. Campbell, D., Hotel. Sweney, C, H., & C. A. Kmutison, Garage. NORTH BRANCH. Deo, M. R., Druggist. NORTH LANSING. Ward & Searlett Company, Garage. ONAWAY. Onaway State Savings Bank. Onaway Wood Rim Company. OVID. Smith, G. F., & Son, Garage. OWOSSO. Hartshorn Auto Company. Owosso Savings Bank. PETOSKEY. Golden, Roy A., Garage. Northern Auto Company, Garage. PIGEON. Diebel Auto Company. Harder, H. B., Garage. PINCONNING. Walworth, C., Garage. PLAINWELL. Travis, F. D., Garage and Automobiles. PONTIAC. Oakland County Savings Bank. Pontiac Savings Bank. Waldron, E. P., Real Estate. PORT AUSTIN. Allen, Dan, Garage. Cartwright, G. Russell, Ford Cars. PORT HURON. Barkell, William, Taxis. Beard, Campbell & Co., Hardware. Commercial Bank. First National Exchange Bank. Harrington Hotel. Knill, Lee, Drugs. MacTaggart, David, Books. Moore, Alex, Representing Duluth Steamship Agency. Pettis Garage. St. Clair County Savings Bank. Unger, H. T., Sporting Goods. Yakom, Geo. E., Garage. PORTLAND. Curtis, A. A., Garage. Divine, L. E., & Son, Hotel. Sayer, C. H., Garage. ROMEO. Ostrander, F. L., Garage. ROSEBUSH'. Matteson, F. C., General Merchandise. SAGINAW. Appleby, B. G., & Co., Real Estate, Bonds, Investments and Loans. Appleby, B. G., Stocks, Bonds and Public Utility Operator. Banister, J. L., Drugs. Birss Bros., Automobiles, Accessories. Culver-Deisler Company, Drugs. Eastman & Range, Garage. Electric Vehicle Company. Kelsey & Son, F. J., Books. Owens, Harry, Central Wholesale Company. Russell, Everett M., Electrical Repairs. Saginaw Cadillac Company. Second National Bank. Simons Sales Company, Overland Agency. Swinton & Company, Stationery and Books. Tire Service Company. Wisner Edgar, News Stand. ST. CHARLES. Hartley, Peter A. ST. CLAIR. Commercial Savings Bank. Heythaler, A. W., Garage. Hart & Scott, Real Estate. St. Clair Delivery System, Moving Van. ST. JOHNS. St. Johns National Bank. Smith, A. T., Garage. William G. Moss Auto Company, Studebaker and Maxwell Agency. ST. LOUIS. Burlinghame & Son, Garage. SALINE. Gaylord, George E., Square Deal Garage. SHEPHERD. Shepherd Auto Company, Garage. SHERIDAN. Russell, A. N., Automobiles. SOUTH HAVEN. Griffin & Wheaton, Garage. Reusch, Henry, Book Store. SOUTH LANSING. D. & A. Sales Company. STANDISH. Ireland, L., Garage. STANTON. Main Street Garage. TECUMSEH. Barrett Bros., Hotel. Gaston, George W., Jeweler. Pulver, B. J., Drugs. Tecumseh Co-operative Association, Hardware. Tecumseh Garage. Tecumseh State Savings Bank. THREE OAKS. Three Oaks Auto Sales Company. THREE RIVERS. Schoonmaker, F. L., Cigars. TRAVERSE CITY. DeWitt, W. L., Lumber. First National Bank. Goede's Garage. Hamilton, Frank, Merchant. Oberlin, J. P., HIptel. West Michigan Garage. UNION CITY. Union City National Bank. VASSAR. Caro Vulcanizing Works, Tire Repairing. Grant, William, Garage. Melvin, Carl, Hotel. State Savings Bank of Vassar. VICKSBURG. Farmers State Bank. First National Bank. WATERVLIET. Olson, John B., Jr., Garage. WAYNE. 0'Brien, W. J., Drugs. WELLS. The I. Stephenson Frisbie Co., Manufacturers. "WEST BRANCH. Rosebeck, B., Garage. Yeo, N. M., Abstract Company. WEST SAGINAW. Krogmann, H. G., Repairs. WILLIAMSTON. Gorsline Bros., Furniture and Ford Cars. Hotel Glaser. YALE. Percy, N. B., Garage. Harrington, J. W., Hotel. First National Bank. YPSILANTI. First National Bank. ZEELAND. Karsten, H. H., & Bro., Garage. f

Page  8 8 IF YOU ARE A MOTORIST YOU CANNOT GET ALONG WITHOUT THE AUTOMOBILE AND SPORTSMEN'S GUIDE FOR MICHIGAN An Exact Duplicate of This Atlas In Pocket Size Bound in Flexible Leather Sold by Automobile Dealers, Garages and Druggists B. F. BOWEN & CO., Inc. 711-716 OCCIDENTAL BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS I I i i I II III~ I I I L I I I II,

Page  9 i I SSTARTS--zero' or August--by a light presý sure on the Wes tinghouse-starter button directly under your left heel. This infallibility is a rule of the -Dort electric system that has no exceptions! 4L FINISHES your journey alvpays! The Dort motor h.as double exhaust, giving 10ý'o~plus power over other engines of equal piston dism cient machinery;.its flexibility in travel over any and every type of road, fro ountain rut to macadam s oothness. In every feaý ture, a car with a "Blue R~ibbon" pedigree won through thirty years of high-~standard vehiclee mnanuf~acture! The Dort Price is $665 f.op.b. Flint D~ort Motor Car Co. Flint, Michigan m - I

Page  10 10 /--------------------------------------------- When you tour to Detroit You Surely Will Stop at the Wayne Hotel -Mineral Springs Baths in Connection The greatest water for medicinal bath purposes has been found at Detroit by J. R. Hayes, proprietor of the Wayne Hotel. And he has built and equipped a bath establishment finer and more complete than anything of the kind in this country. If you need a course of Sulphur-Mineral Baths take them at the Wayne. You will find service extraordinary. Our booklet showing views of the bath house and giving a chemical analysis of the water will go to you by first mail if you request it. Turkish, Electric, Russian Baths. and Massage. FOR COMFORT AND PLEASURE-New additions to the -Wayne Hotel have just been completed. More rooms-overlooking the river-coolest spot in Detroit. European plan; $1.00 per day up. Cafes and "Help-Self" Cafeteria. The Wayne Gardens in connection; music, dancing and cabaret. A Week at THE WAYNE Means an Enjoyable Vacation J. R. HAYES ON THE RIVER FRONT RIGHT AT THE D. & C. WHARFS Proprietor DETROIT, MICH. ADVERTISING SPACE IN NEXT EDITION OF THIS ATLAS FOR SALE ADDRESS B. F. BOWEN & CO. INDIANAPOLIS A AAA A AAAA A AAAL+## +A.AAA I INDIANA AUTOMOBILE AND SPORTSMEN'S GUIDE FOR 1917 NOW IN PREPARATION ADDRESS B. F. BOWEN & CO. INDIANAPOLIS WE HANDLE Advertising Novelties AND Maps of Every Description High Quality and Efficient Service TELL US YOUR NEEDS AND WE WILL HELP YOU B. F. BOWEN & CO., Inc. /,/ / i 711-716 Occidental Building Indianapolis, Indiana - I--

Page  11 11 LIE/ 10 DET.ROIT In the Center of Theatre and Shopping Districts. Half Block from Grand Circus Park, but within easy walking distance of all car lines. This insures quiet comfort and convenience. Very desirable two, three and four-rooln suites for large parties- or families,' at moderate rates. The Charlevoix Cafe -is noted for its refinement and its excellent cuisine. A la Carte service and special Table de Hote Luncheons and Dinners-- moderately priced. Club Breakfasts a specialty, Arrangements may be made with the management for serving special dinner or luncheon parties at reasonable prices. 0 200 ROOMS-150 WITH BATH Rates $1.00 Per Day Without Bath-$1.50 and up With Private Bath. The,Hotel Charlevoix is particularly adapted and caters to Commercial, Transient and Tourling Patronage,. GRINNELL.R iT O PAN Proprietors H. M. KELLOGG,. Manager

Page  12 12 -$lu~l~llllllIIllllI~llill~l~l~lll~ lllllllllllllllllllIIIl llllllI~lllllllllllllllllllHllH lll llHl llllllIllll~ll lll [Hllll lHl Hlllllll l~l~lllllllllll ll~l Hllll llllll~llllil11111111111111|l~l~l utluliH l~l l$$ R d lln g l111111111111l l~lll utl~lumlH $l $H fll~lnlllillililtlulllllil~l~ l~llHll lllll ll~llllllllllll lll~ll:lIl~ll~llllllll~ll ll~ll~llllllHl l lll IIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIHIIII$1JP _.... m...__ m r::::: m m M m..._. m 1( ) () If] OUR&Ile S)EOIA-Soolol JAL AC "The Trip that Sat isfies" EST after work is necessary to human endurance and holidays are a wise economy. The Great Lakes of America is the mecca for particular and experienced travelers on business and pleasure trips and offer more vacation opportunities than any other source in the country. The Steamers of the Detroit & Cleveland o Navigation Company operating to all important ports of the Great Lakes are unrivaled in point of elegance, comfort and quality of service-the perfect freedom afforded by the salon and promenade decks, the commodious parlors and staterooms, luxurious furnishings and excellence of cuisine, makes life aboard these floating palaces a solace to the weary mind and body. You will enjoy every minute of a lake trip and return home refreshed and glad you went. Take a D. & C. Boat When You Go Afloat Daily Service between Buffalo and Detroit, by the "Two Giants of the Great Lakes," Steamers City of Detroit III, 500 feet long, and City of Cleveland III, 444 feet long-Steamer leaves Buffalo at 6:00 P. M. and arrives Detroit 8:00 A. M. the following morning. Daily Service between Detroit and Cleveland. Four Trips weekly between Toledo and Detroit to Mackinac Island, the historic summer resort of the North Country-stopping at all coast line ports. From June 25th to September 10th special steamer is operated between Cleveland and Mackinac Island, two trips weekly, no stops enroute except at Detroit every trip. This is a particular boat for particular people. You occupy the same stateroom all the way through to Mackinac. Sale of tickets limited to sleeping capacity of steamer. Popular week-end excursions every Saturday between Detroit and Buffalo, $4.00 round trip for transportation. Returning in time for business Monday. Also week-end excursions between Cleveland and Detroit, $2.50 round trip for transportation. Daily Service between Toledo and Put-In-Bay, June 18th to September 9th. Waterway Vacations It is a pity that we as a people are in such a hurry. Who is the happier or wiser, or morally better today by reason oi more s eed? The one who travels to see that he may learn and the wiser among those who travel for pleasure take their vaeaton outings via the Great Lakes. To have the Lake breezes blowing fresh and full across the face, to drink in the tonic of the strong invigorating lake air, to see the sky otherwise than through a smoky film and to be close to nature, all of this is obtainable by the vaeatmmnsts who select for their summer tour, "Th WATERWAY." 1500 Mile All Water Trip A popular summer trip of a week's duration is to leave Buffalo Sunday evening connecting at Detroit with steamer leaving Monday afternoon at five-thirty for a circular tour around Georgian Bay and Collingwood, returning via Niagara Falls. The entire trip with the exception of about 100 miles is traversed by water. This delightful trip takes one across Lake Erie to Detroit, through the Detroit River, Lake St. Clair, Lake St. Clair River, Lake Huron, Straits of Mackinac, St. Mary's River, the North Manitoulin Channel, the North Shore of Georgian Bay, giving an excellent view of the Thirty Thousand Islands, Lake Ontario and home. On this trip the important stops are Detroit, D. & C. Coast Line ports, Mackinac Island, Sault Ste. Marie, Collingwood, Toronto and Niagara Falls. You travel on one ticket and stop-over privileges at any of the above points can be made on request. An Ideal Honeymoon Trip A circular tour of Lake Erie, D. & C. Line Steamers to Cleveland via Detroit, thence Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Line between Cleveland and Buffalo. The steamers which ply on these routes are the largest and most magnificent on fresh water. This lake trip fills all the requirements, furnishing romance and seclusion at reasonable expense. The cost of this circular tour is $7.00 for transportation. Stop-overs allowed for interesting sightseeing at Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Detroit and Cleveland. Remember that you can travel on these luxurious Lake Erie Steamers at a less expense and as well as you can board at a first-class hotel. Then think of the delights of a moonlight ride on glorious Lake Erie. Soft moonbeams caress the steamers as they glide through the waters at express speed and the dancing little ripples take on gorgeous colorings and fantastic shapes. Railroad Tickets Accepted Through a convenient arrangement with the railroads, all class of tickets reading between Detroit and Buffalo and Detroit and Cleveland are accepted for transportation on D. & C. line steamers in either direction. Let us assist you in arranging your summer vacation by sending an illustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes map, showing routes, rates, etc., sent to any address on receipt of two cents to pay postage. Address L. G. Lewis, Gen'l Passenger Agent, 42 Wayne Street, Detroit, Mich. Detroi' Ot Cleveland Navigation Company Philip H. McMillan, President A. A. Schantz, Vice Pres. and d en'l Mgr. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllHHHllllllllllllllllllllllHHlllllllllll Illllllllllllllllllllll

Page  13 13 Meet me at the Tuller HOTEL TULLER DETROIT, MICHIGAN Center of Business on Grand Circus Park. Take Woodward car, get off at Adams Avenue. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF 200 Rooms, Private Bath, $1.50 Single, $2.50 Up Double 9nn 9 9 4 0 An 4 9 An 99 49 AiVV 100 100 " " " 2.50 " 4.00 " " " " "3.00 to 5.00 " 4.50 " " Total 600 Outside Rooms ALL ABSOLUTELY QUIET i Two Floors---Agent's Sample Room New Unique Cafes and Cabaret Exellente mmmmmmý

Page  14 14 ALPHABETICAL LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH KEY NUMBER 133 161 43 135 141 109 179 45 87 123 17 23 37 19 145 149 155 105 65 1.29 163 Alcona Alger Ailegan Alpena Antrim Arenac Baraga Barry Bay Benzie Berrien Branch Calhoun Cass Charlevoix Cheboygan Chippewa Clare Clinton Crawford Delta 167 47 147 61 107 173 125 77 25 177 85 49 67 111 171 91 35 39 127 69 181 Dickinson Eaton Emmet Genesee Gladwin Gogebic Grand Traverse Gratiot Hillsdale Houghton Huron Ingham Ionia Iosco Iron Isabella Jackson Kalamazoo Kalkaska Kent Keweenaw 101 59 143 27 51 157 153 55 121 169 99 93 165 89 117 29 75 137 73 95 53 Lake Lapeer Leelanau Lenawee Livingston Luce Mackinac Macomb Manistee Marquette Mason Mecosta Menominee Midland Missaukee Monroe Montcalm Montmorency Muskegon Newaygo Oakland, 97 113 175 103 131 139 71 151 115 79 83 159 63 57 21 81 41 33 31 119 Oceana Ogemaw Ontonagon Osceola Oscoda Otsego Ottawa Presque Isle Roscommon Saginaw Sanilac Schoolcraft Shiawassee St. Clair St. Joseph Tuscola Van Buren Washtenaw Wayne Wexford COUNTIES IN NUMERICAL ORDER ACCORDING TO KEY NUMBERS 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 Berrien Cass St. Joseph Branch Hillsdale Lenawee Monroe Wayne Washtenaw Jackson Calhoun Kalamazoo Van Buren Allegan Barry Eaton Ingham Livingston Oakland Macomb St, Clair 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 81 83 -85 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 Lapeer Genesee Shiawassee Clinton Ionia Kent Ottawa Muskegon.Montcalm Gratiot Saginaw Tuscola Sanilac Huron Bay Midland Isabella Mecosta Newaygo Oceana Mason 101 103 105 107 109 11] 113 115 117 119 121 123 125 127 129 131 133 135 1.37 1.39 141 Lake Osceola Clare Gladwin Arenac Iosco Ogemaw Roscommon Missaukee Wexford Manistee Benzie Grand Traverse Kalkaska Crawford Oscoda Alcona Alpena Montmorency Otsego Antrim 143 145 147 149 151 153 155 157 159 161 163 165 167 169 171 173 175 177 179 181 Leelanau Charlevoix Emmet Cheboygan Presque Isle Mackinac Chippewa Luce Schoolcraft A.ger Delta Menominee Dickinson Marquette Iron Gogebic Ontonagon Houghton Baraga Keweenaw EXPLANATION White Face Figures on the margin of the sectional county maps indicate the page number of the adjoining county. Automobile Routes are indicated by red lines, the heavy lines indicating the trunk lines or main highways, while improved roads are indicated by lighter red lines. Black parallel lines indicate ordinary roads. Red Letters along county boundaries show connecting point of roads, * which will enable the traveler, at a glance, to connect with the same road in the adjoining county. For example, if'the traveler leaves Newaygo county, Page 95, on road marked /"U," he will enter the adjoining county, Mecosta, Page 93, on/road marked with the same letter. /

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Page  16 16 BERRIEN~~ COUN~TY. Berrien county was laid out and organized in 1829 and was named in honor ofi Attorney- General John?NI. Berrien. This county is located in the extreme southwest corner of the Lower Peninsula in what is known as the heart of M~ic~higan's original fruit belt. It is bounded on the north by V'an Buren county, oil the east; by Van Buren and Cass counities, on the south by Indiana and on the west by Lake MIichioan. This county has a total land area of 362,981.63 acres,, of which 333,326 acres are devoted to splendid farms. The county has a population of about 5;3,622 (1910 census). In 1911, a v-aluation of $65,105,?048 was p~lacedt oil all taxable lands'by the state board of tax commissioners.s The school system is equal to that of any in the state, there bein'o in all 1-6i9 schools, requiring the services of 365 teachers, wTith,in enrollmentll last 'year of 10,837? students. Alll parts of the county are equipped with good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. There are 18 banks and IS newspapers, f ' fwih r ulshddiy St. Joseph is the county seat and has a population of about 6,000. It: is beautifully located on the east shore of Lake M~ichigan at the miouth of the St. Joseph river andl on the Pere Marqruette and Mlichigan Central Railroads, 63 miles by water from C'hictico and 904 miles from M~ilwauk~ee. The natural advalntages of conven-ient transportatiion routes by rail or by water, the added attraction of a beautiful and exceptionally healthful location, the interest centering in seenle env-\irons, fishing, boating and other aniusenients, have made this one of the most popular summer resorts in the state. It is lighted by electricity, has broad, shaded, well paved streets, water works, fire dep~artmuent, sarnitarry sewerage system, two banks, first-class hotels, trolley system, public library, churches of the Catholic, Church of God, Congrregational, Episcopal, German, Baptist, German Evangelica~l, German Lutheran, German United Eva~ngelical, Ml~ethodist and Swedish Luthzeran denom~inations, public school system. Large qualntities of fruit that grow in this section are shipped fribm St. Joseph. Two daily and three weekrly new-spapers are published. Some of the city's imiportant industrial establishments are basket and fruit package factories, knit goods factory, iron works, sash and door factory, paper-mill, flour and planing-mills, door, mai-p, air rifle, electrical machinery, boiler alndl washing ma~chine factories. It is connected with Benton Harbor, one mzile distant, by electric railway..Benton Harbor, the largest city in the county, has a population of about 10,000. It is 63 mniles by walter from Chicago, 90 mliles by rail, and 941 miles from M~ilwaukee and is on the Pere Ma~rquette and M~ichigan Central Railroads, -near the the confluience of the Paw Paw -(Ind St. Joseph rivers, one mile inland from the mouth of the latter on Lake M~ichiga~n and connected therewith by a ship canal of sufficient depth to receive the largest 1,ake steam~ers and affording one of the best harbors on the shore. It is the center of a grea~t fruit-growingin district and one of the mlost important fruit shipping p~orts on the harke. The city is lighted by electricity and gas, has water works, an efficient fire department, police department, electric street railway, wide, shaded,Ind well p~lved streets, ex-ellentt seweraofe, hanldsomel churches of inn~i y denomina~tions, fine school system,, public library, operai house, three banks, first class hotels, four wi~holesale fruit houses and three progressive newspap~ers, twro of wvhich are published daily and one weekly. Ea~stmanc~ Springs, a well-known hzealth resort. is located one mile east and is connected by car line. The city's principal nlanu-~2 facturing industries include one of the largest book binding and loose-leaf plants in the world, malleable foundry plants, metal se~ctional furniture factory, lumber-- mills, saw and planing-mlills, box and fruit pack~age factories. wagon and buggy factory, pickle, cider and vinegar~ works, ornamental stamping works, metal and iron company, flour and feed-mllills, garment factory, cigar factories, also manufactories of saw-filinlg machinery, brooms, gas engines, tents,Ind awnings, etc. Other prinicipal towns of the county are Berrien Springs, Buchainan, Colonia, Wa1tervliet, Three Oaks, New 3*ffa~lo, N~iles and Eau Clair. The principal trans-irttion facilities,rre the Mlichigacn C'entral, Pere T~arquette, Southern Alichigan (electric), the Graham & M Dorton Tra;nsportation Company, 1Benton Transit Com-~ pazny, and the Benton Harbor &~ St. Joseph Riailway. I ARTHUR B.HIGMVAN Bent~on Hlarbor, Mvic igan I

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Title: Berrien County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Van Buren Co.; Brant L.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Harris; Sch.; Little Paw Paw; Sch.; HAGAR; Chu.; Sch.; WATERVLIET; Cem.; Riverside; Sch.; Sch.; Coloma; Watervliet; Sch.; Sch.; Higman's Park; Pere Marquette R.R.; Paw Paw River; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; Chu.; Chu; Chu.; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; BENTON; Sch.; Sch; Cem; Milburg; Sch.; BAINBRIDGE; Benton Harbor; Sch; Sch.; St. Joseph; Sch.; Sch; Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago and St. Louis R.R.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Hall; Chu.; Sch.; Cem.; Cem.; Sch.; Pipestone; Van Buren Co.; St. Joseph; Hilltop; Glenwood; Sch.; Hall; Sch.; Sch.; Crooked Brook; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Sch.; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Hall; Sch.; Chu; LINCOLN; Derby; Chu; Sch; Pere Marquette; Sch.; Hall; Southern Michigan Rv.; Sch.; SODUS; Harbor & St. Joseph R.R.; Sch.; Sodus; Chu.; Sch.; PIPESTONE; Pipestone Creek; Sch.; Sch.; Stevensville; Chu; Chu; Sch.; ROYALTON; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; Eau Clair; Brush L.; Sch.; Linvingston; Sch.; Baroda; ORONOKO; Sch.; Sch.; Emmarnue College; Sch.; BERRIEN; Dowagiac Rn. Co.; Ch.; Murry L.; Curtis L.; School L.; Bridgman; LAKE; Sch.; Berrien Springs; Berrien Center; Murphy; Sch.; Riggins; Cem.; Chu; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Hall; Sch.; Sch; Webster; Long L.; Sch.; Little Indian; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sawyer; New Troy; Sch.; Glendora; Michigan Central R.R.; Sch.; Chu.; Boyle L.; Cem.; Sch.; Coverly L.; Madron; Moon L.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Sch; NILES; Sch.; LAKE MICHIGAN; Harbert; Lakeside; WEESAW; Sch.; Sch.; Juday L.; Wagner; BUCHANAN; Sch.; Chu.; Sch; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; CHICKAMING; Gowdy's Beach; Galien River; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch; Sch; Yellow L.; Round L.; Clear L.; Weaver L.; Sch.; Buchanan; Niles; Sch; New Buffalo; Pere Marquette R.R.; NEW BUFFALO; STATE; R.M. R.R.; Sch.; Sch.; Three Oaks; THREE OAKS; Sch.; Cem.; Sch; Cem.; Michigan Central R.R.; Galien; GALIEN; Sch; Chu; Sch.; Sch; Chu.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Dayton; Cem; Chu.; Bakertown; Sch; T. Hall; Sch.; Cem.; BERTRAND; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Cem.; Sch.; INDIANA; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Bertrand; Cem.; Chu.; Cass Co. Benton Harbor.; A.B. Higman, Real Estate and Loans.; Berrien County Bank.
17 DENTON HARM~~LBOR.. A. B. H~igman, Real Estate and Loa~ns. Berrien CouEnt-y Bank. DLRWw'm'"N uOU NB` IVE J Ay ý,U/l 27 2 3544 ~52 '.-4 -cLq. I- AF%~/I~-~ C~ Bclt -- IIL rT jv 96 fT /co I - [[ý, zo-,

Page  18 18 CASS COUNTY. In 1829, the county of Cass was laid out and organized, and was named in honor of Louis Cass, then territorial governor. The county is located in the southwestern part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Van Buren county, on the east by St. Joseph county, on the south by Indiana and on the west by Berrien county. The 1910 census gives Cass county a population of 20,604. The total land area comprises 316,393.00 acres. Of this number, 295,435 acres are devoted to farms, which are wonderfully productive, and in 1911 the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $24,517,691 on all taxable lands. The school system is equal to that of any of the larger counties, there being 114 schools, attended by 4,008 children and requiring 170 teachers. Telephone, telegraph and rural mail service can be found in every community throughout the county. There are 10 banks, 1 daily and 5 weekly newspapers. Cassopolis is the judicial seat of the county and has a population of about 1,500. It is located on the Michigan Central and Grand Trunk Railroads, 14 miles northeast of Niles and 89 miles southwest of Jackson. The town is lighted by electricity, has water works, a fire department, handsome court house, opera house, two banks, churches of the Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian, African Methodist, Episcopal and African Baptist denominations, excellent educational advantages, and two weekly newspapers. Among the other thriving communities of the county are Dowagiac, Marcellus and Vandalia. Dowagiac is an enterprising city of 5,088 inhabitants (1910 census), and is located on the Michigan Central and Benton IIarbor & St. Joseph Railways, and on a branch of the Dowagiac river. It is 10 miles northwest of Cassopolis. The city is situated in the heart of one of the finest agricultural districts in the state, is well laid out with wide, well-paved and shaded streets, is lighted by electricity, has municipally-owned water works, fire department, opera house, 3 banks, 3 newspapers, churches of the Congregational, Christian, Catholic, Baptist, Disciples and Methodist denominations, a public school system on a plane with any site of its size in the state, public library and a ladies library. Among the leading industries are manufactories of stoves and furnaces, carriages, wagons, auto carriages, grain seeders, flour, cigars, carriage tops, leather novelties, sash doors, lumber, axles, cabinets, brooms, tanks, oils, etc. Marcellus has a population of about 1,100 and is a station on the Grand Trunk Railway, 14 miles northwest of Cassopolis; has Baptist, Evangelical, Methodist and United Brethren churches, public hall, water works, electric lighting plant, two' banks and a newspaper. The Michigan Central, Grand Trunk Railways and the Benton Harbor & St. Joseph Electric Railway are the principal transportation facilities of the county.

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Title: Cass County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Van Buren Co.; Cem; Sch; Chu.; Chu; Sch; Cem; Sch; Cem.; Chu; Sch.; Cem.; Glenwood; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Charleston; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Cem.; Fish L.; Sch.; Sch; Sch; SILVER CREEK; Sch.; Chu.; T. Hall; Sch.; Cem; WAYNE; T. Hall; Sch; Chu.; VOLINA; T. Hall; Sch.; Nicholville; Marcellus; Sch; Cem; Sch Cem; MARCELLUS; Cem.; Indian L.; Sch.; Sch; Cem; Dowagiac; Sch; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Chu.; Volina; Sch; Sch; Cem.; Sch; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Sch.; Sch; Mill; Chu.; Sch; Sch.; Sch; Wanalee; Chu; Chu.; Chu; Sch.; Dowagiac Creek; POKAGON; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; LA GRANGE; La Grange; Cem. PENN; Cem.; Sch.; Sch; NEWBERG; Sch.; T. Hall; Cem.; Cem.; Summerville; Chu.; Cem. Pokagon; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Cassopolis; Chu.; Michigan Central R.R.; Cem; Sch; Dimond L.; Vandalia; Cem; Donnell L.; Cem.; Sch.; Chu.; Chu; Jones; Corey; HOWARD; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Dalley; Cem.; Chu; Sch; Chu; Sch; Brownsville; Sch.; Mud L.; Cem; Chu; Sch.; Birch L; Sch.; Sch.; Cem; Cem.; Barton Lake; Sch; Chu.; JEFFERSON; T. Hall; Sch; Chu; Cem.; Cristian; CALVIN; Chu; T. Hall; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Williamsville; Cem.; Cem; Sch; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; Wood L.; PORTER; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Grand Trunk R.R.; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Chu; Sch.; Chu; T. Hall; Cem; Cem.; Turkey Cr.; Sch.; MILTON; Sch; Sch.; Edwardsburg; ONTWA; Adamsville; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Cem; Cem; Sch.; Union; Sch.; Cem.; St. Joseph Co.; Berrien Co.; Sch.; STATE; Cem; T. Hall; Cem; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Cem.; Sch.; Cem.; Chu; Sch.; Chu.; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; Baldwin L; Long L.; Sch.; INDIANA; St. Joseph River -
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Page  20 20 ST. JOSEPH COUIýTY. This county was laid out and organized in 1829 and takes its name from -the river which flows through it and the river in turn was so called in honor of the patron saint of New France. St. Joseph county is located in the extreme southern part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Kalamazoo county, on the east by Branch county, on the south by Indiana, and on the west by Cass county. The total land area is 31-9,794.45 acres, of which nearly 301,000 acres are in farnms which rank among the best in the state. The population is 25,499 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, -as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners -in 1911, is $29,099,846. There are 128 schools, furnishing positions for 227 teachers, and a total enrollment of 4,729 students. The county has thirteen banks, one daily and eight weekly newspapers. First Iclass telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is found in every community. Centerville, the judicial seat of the county, has a population of about 700. It is located- on the Michigan Central Railroad and on the Prairie river,. sixty-four miles southwest of Jackson and one hundred and forty-one from Detroit. It has Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist and Presbyterian churches, electric light, water works, fire department, a bank and a weekly newspaper. Sturgis, one of the largest cities of the county, has about 4,500 inhabitants. It Is located in the heart of one of the richest and most productive sections of the state, at the intersection oi the Grand Rapids & Indiana and the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railways, thirteen miles southeast of Centerville, eighty-five from Grand Rapids. It owns and operates its own electric light, power and water plant, has a fire department, sanitary sewerage system, broad streets, churches of many denominations, a public library, two banks and two live newspapers. The manufactures embrace furniture, children's go-carts, s~teel tanks, shears, stair rods, brass goods, plumbers' goods, reels, corn poppers, doors, blinds, medicines, woodenware, etc. Other towns of the county are Burr Oak, Colon, Constantine, Mendon, Three Rivers. and White,,Pizeon. Three,,Rivprs. with 9. noniiitimin f nholi f- Pý ifv - roads.

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Title: St. Joseph County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Kalamazoo Co.; Leesburg; Sch; Chu; Flowerfield; Sch.; Cem.; Sch; Mint; Sch; Portage Lake; Sch; Cem.; Portage Lake; Grand Rapids Indiana R.R.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; LEONIDAS; Factoryville; Sch.; Howardsville; Chu.; Rocky River; Sch; PARK; Sch.; Moore Park; Chu.; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; Cem; MENDON; Chu.; Sch; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Loeonidas; Sch.; FLOWERFIELD; Sch; Cem; Sch; Chu; Sch; Cem; Sch.; Cem; Parkville; Cem.; Sch.; Fisher L.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch; Mendon; Sch.; Baer Cr.; Sch; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; Pleasant L.; Sch; Portage River; Sch.; Hall; LOCKPORT; St. Joseph River; Sch.; Sch; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sturgeon L.; Colon; Long L.; Sch.; FABIUS; Corey's L.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; THREE RIVERS; T. Hall; Sch; Cam.; NOTAWA; Cem.; Sch.; Wasepi; Cem.; Sch.; COLON; Sch.; Sch.; Palmer L.; Sch; Fabius; Sch.; Michigan Southern R.R.; Sch.; Prairie River; Centerville; Prairie River; Sch.; Nottawa; Cem; Sch.; Beaver L.; Sch.; Long L.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Big Swan Cr.; Sch.; CONSTANTINE; Sch; Cem; Cem.; Sch.; Cem.; Florence; Cem.; Sch.; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Sch.; Chu.; Fish L.; Sch.; Perrin; Sch.; BURR OAK; Findlay; Sch.; Big Swan Cr.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; T. Hall; Cem.; FLORENCE; Fawn River; Sch.; SHERMAN; Sch.; T. Hall; Sch.; Chapin L.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Burr Oak; Cem; Cass Co.; Sch.; St. Joseph River; Constantine; Sch.; Sch; Lake Shore Michigan Southern R.R.; Sch.; Sch.; Thompson L.; Middle L.; Sch.; Johnson's L.; Sch.; Michigan Central R.R.; Cem.; Sch.; Co. Poor Farm; Mottville; Sch.; MOTTVILLE; Sch; White Pigeon River; Sch; White Pigeon; Lake Shore Michigan Southern R.R.; WHITE PIGEON; Sch; Klingers L.; Sch.; Sch.; STURGIS; Sturgis; Sch.; Cem.; FAWN RIVER; Sweet L.; Sch; Cem.; Fawn River; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Elkhart Co.; IND.; Lagrange Co.; Marl L.; Sch.; Sch.; Pickerell L.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; IND.; Branch Co. -
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Page  22 22 BRANCH COUNTY. Branch county was laid out and organized in 1829 and was named in honor of Secretary of Navy John Branch. It is located in the middle of the lower tier of counties in the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Calhoun county, on the east by Hillsdale county, on the south by Indiana and on the west by St. Joseph county. The entire population is 25,60-5 (191.0 census). The total land area is 320,719.92 acres, of which about 307,000 acres- are in farms. In 1911; the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $33,297,585, on all taxable lands. There are 131 schools, an enrollment of 4,856 scholars, requiring the ser"vices of 211 teachers. The county has nine banks, one daily and six newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service can be found in every locality. The capital city of Branch is Coldwater, a city of about 6,000 inhabitants. It is located on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway, 43 miles southwest of Jackson and 65 miles south of Lansing. The name "Coldwater" is an interpretation of the Indian word applied to the beautiful group of lakes in the -vicinity. The city has wide and well-laid-out streets, is lighted by electricity, has good sewerage system, municipal water works and electric lighting plant; fire department, a $1-2,000 public library, threQ banks, opera house, hospital, a $50,000 postoffice, public hall, good hotels, one weekly and two daily new-spapers. The various. industries include a foundry, creamery, gas, light and fuel -Dlant,

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Title: Branch County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Calhoun Co.; Mich Cen. R.R.; Sch; Sch.; Cem.; Sherwood L.; Sch.; Sch.; Union City; Coldwater River; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Vincent; GIRARD; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Cem.; Sch.; Butler; SHERWOOD; Cem; Sch.; Hall; Sch.; Hall; UNION; Sch.; Hog Cr.; Sch.; Cem.; Girard; Cem.; Sch.; BUTLER; T. Hall; Sch.; S. Butler; Blossom L.; St. Joseph River; Michigan Central R.R.; Sherwood; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Hodunk; Sch.; Morrison; Sch.; Sch.; Faxon; Sch.; Hog Cr.; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; MATTESON; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; BATAVIA; Sch.; Sch.; Millers L.; Cem.; COLDWATER; Sch.; Randalls L.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; QUINCY; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; T. Hall; Sch.; Matteson L.; Matteson; Sch; Sch.; Sch.; T Hall; Olds; Cooks L.; Sch; Cem.; Sch.; North L.; Coldwater; Sch; Quincy; Sch.; Swan Cr.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Cem; Chu; Sch; Batavia; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Chu.; Marble L.; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; Swan Creek; Sch; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; Bronson; Cem.; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; Sch.; OVID; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Chu.; Middle L.; Bartholemew L.; ALGANSEE; Cem.; Chu; Gorton; Chu.; Sch.; Chu; BRONSON; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Hall.; Sch.; BETHEL; Hatmaker; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Lake of the Woods; Sch.; T. Hall; Cem.; Mud L.; Long L.; T. Hall; Sch.; Sch.; Towns; Sch.; Prairie River; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Chu.; Bethel; Sch.; Grass L.; Sch.; Coldwater Lake; Lester; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Algansee; Chu.; Sch.; St. Joseph Co.; Cem.; NOBLE; Sch.; Chu; T. Hall; Chu; Cem.; Chu; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Gilead; Gilead; Chu.; Sch.; Hall; Sch.; GILEAD; Sch.; Sch.; Cem; Chu.; Crooked L.; Chu.; Kinderhook; Chu.; Cem.; Kinderhook; Cem.; Sch.; CALIFORNIA; Chu; Sch.; California; Cem.; Cem; Sch.; Lagrange Co.; IND.; Sch.; Pleasant L.; Stuben Co.; E. Gilead; Sch; KINDERHOOK; Pleasant; Silver L.; Sch.; Cem.; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Ray; Sch; L.S. & M.S. R.R.; IND.; Hillsdale Co. Coldwater.; F.J. Reed, Bookseller and Stationer
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Page  24 24 HILLSDALE COUNTY. Hillsdale county was laid out in 1829, and was organized in 1835. The county was well named and describes in a word the condition of the surrounding country. It is located in the central part of the southern tier of counties, in the Southern Peninsula, and is bounded on the north by Calhoun and Jackson counties, on the east by Lenawee county, on the south by Indiana and on the west by Branch county and Indiana. This county has a total land area of 386,087.50 acres. Of this number, about 375,0001 acres are devoted to farms, which are wonderfully productive. The population is 29,673 (federal census 1910). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a. valuation of $34,090,892 on all taxable lands. The school system is equal to that of any of the larger counties. There are 171 schools, requiring the services of 273 teachers, and last year's records show an enrollment of 5,928 students. The county has 12 banks, 1 daily and 9 weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone, and rural mail service is found throughout the county. Hillsdale is the judicial seat and the largest city of the county. It has a population of about 5,000. It is located on the St. Joseph river and on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad, 29 miles south of Jackson and 91 southwest of Detroit. The city is lighted by electricity and gas, has water works, wide and well shaded streets, good fire department, sanitary sewerage system, first-class hotels, opera house, three banks and a daily newspaper. There are churches of the Adventist, Baptist, Episcopal, Free Will Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Universalist, and Catholic denominations,. an up-to-date public 'school system, public library, a postoffice building costing about $65,000, city hall costing about $45,000. This is the home of Hillsdale College, situated upon one of the most sightly spots in the state. There are a number of prosperous industrial enterprises, including planing-mills, flouring-mills, gasoline engine works, glove and mitten factories, gas plant, shoe factory, truck and wagon works, wheel works, screen door works, door rail and door hanger factory, creamery, tannery, handle factory, etc. Other ente]rising towns include Camden, Jonesville, Litchfield, Montgomery, iNorth Adams and Reading, the largest of which are Jonesville, population 1,400, and Reading, population 1,100. Jonesville is located on the St. Joseph river and on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad, four and one-half half miles west of Hillsdale and twenty-five miles from Jackson. It is lighted by electricity, has water works, good educational facilities, a public library, a theater, a public hail, a bank and two weekly newspapers. There are churches of several denominations. Reading is located on the Lake Shore & Michigan Railway, ten miles southwest of Hillsda le and thirty-six miles from Jackson. It is supported by a rich agricultural section and is an important shipping point, for wheat, corn, wool, frulit and produce. Has Baptist, Free Will Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian churches, a graded public school, opera house, a bank, tanneries, a robe factory, flour and saw-mills, chair factory, feed and grist-mill and a weekly newspaper. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and the Cincinnati Northern Railroads.

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Title: Hillsdale County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Calhoun Co.; Cem.; Sch.; Sch; Litchfield; Cem.; Mosherville; Cem.; W. Jackson Co.; Sch; Sch.; Sch; Moscow; L.S. & M.S. R.R.; Bundry Hill; Willis L.; Somerset Center; Chu.; LITCHFIELD; Chu.; Sch; Sand Creek; Sch.; Sch; SCIPIO; Sch; Sch; Cem; School; Hastings; Cobb L.; Sch; MOSCOW; Cem.; Hall; Jerome; SOMERSET; Sch.; Soar Creek; Sch; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch; Sch.; Jonesville; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; L.S. & M.S. R.R.; Sch.; Allen; Cem.; Sch; Sch; FAYETTE; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; N. Adams; Cem.; Sch.; Hoxie; Wheatland; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Cem.; Sch; ALLEN; Sch.; Sand L.; Sch.; HILLSDALE; School; Sch.; Sch; ADAMS; Chu; Sch.; Lake Adams; Sch; Chu.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Hemlock L.; Sch; Duck L.; Round L.; Sch.; Sch.; Bankers; Sch.; Cem; Hillsdale; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Sch.; WHEATLAND; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch; Sch.; Carpenter L.; Large L.; Sch.; READING; Sch; Sch; Sch.; Sch; Poor Farm; Bear L.; Bawbees Lake; Sch.; Steamburg; Sch.; Sch.; Osseo; Sch.; Pittsford; Sch; Sch.; Sch; Cem.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Pepie L; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem; Reading; Chu.; CAMBRIA; Sch.; Sch.; JEFFERSON; Sch; Cem; Sch.; PITTSFORD; Sch.; Chu; Sch; Dunton; Chu; Cem.; Sch.; Turner L.; Sch.; Sch; Sch; Cambria; Cub L.; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Sch.; Bird L.; Sch; Malloy; Sch; Malloy L.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem; Sch; Montgomery; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Woodbridge; Sch.; Sch.; Frontier; Cem.; Sch.; Sch; Ransom; Cem.; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Chu.; Prattville; Sch.; Lime Lake; Branch Co.; CAMDEN; Chu.; Sch; Camden; Sch.; WOODBRIDGE; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; RANSOM; Sch.; Silver Cr.; Laird Cr.; Cem; Bird Cr.; Sch; Sch.; WRIGHT; Sch; Cincinnati Northern R.R.; Sch; Chu; Chu.; State of Indiana; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Austin; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; AMBOY; Sch.; Sch; Sch.; Chu.; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Chu; Waldron; Chu; Sch; Chu; Chu.; STATE OF OHIO; Sch.; Cem.; Chu; Sch.; Cem; Chu; Chu.; Sch; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; St. Joseph of the Maumee; Sch.; Lenawee Co. -
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Page  26 26 LENAWEE COUNTY. Lenawee county was laid out in 18-2 and was-organized in 1826. - The name is of Indian de-ivation from- the Delaware Indian word, "Leno," meaning man. It is located in the extreme southern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Jackson and Washt-enaw. counties, on the east by Monroe county, oa.the south by Ohio, and on the west by Hillsdale county. The total land area is 466,67,7.51 acres, of which about 463,000 acres are devoted to farms which -are wonderfully productive. The population is 47,9.07 (19-10 census). In 1911, the state tax commissioners placed a valuation of $58,337,881 on all taxable lando. in the colultv. The school system. is equal in every respect to that of the other counties. There are 208 schools, 8,72.1 children in attendance, requiring 351 teachers. There are twenty-two banks, two daily and eight weekly newspapers. Excellent telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is found in every community. Adrian is the judicial--seat of the county, also the largest city, having about 11,000 inhabitants. It is located on the south branch of the river Raisin and on the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, and the Wabash Rlailroads, 33 miles northwest of Toledo, 518 southwest of Detroit and 83 southof Lansing, The city is noted for its beautiful shade trees and its wide pleasant avenues. It is lighted by electricity, with good police and fire departments, a fine system of water works, five parks, a $51,000 postoffice, a $40,000 Young Men's Christian Association, a $36,000 public library, a high school erected at a cost of about $100,000. Adrian College, an institution contro`lled by the M1\1ethodist Protestant denomaination, and the State Industrial Home for Girls, are located here. There are about seventeen churches, representing the leading denominations. The school facilities of Adrian are among the best in the state and include several public schools and four parochial schools. Adrian has, five banks, an opera house, first-class hotels and two dail.y newspapers. Adrian is one of the largest producers of wire fence in the country. In addition to this great industry there are furniture factories, basket and veneer works, a large condensed milk factory, two large knitting mills, flour mills, brick and tile machinery mnanufactory, carriage works, handle factory, planing-mnills, granite aiid marble works, foundry and machinfe shops, steel casting works, boiler works, bicycle and machiner~y works, manufactories of screen doors, steel p]osts, pumps, cheese, cigars, razor strops, cem.ent blocks, gloves, etc. La~cnrge q-ua ntities of grain, live stock, ctairy p~roduce, pork, lardl, fruit, et~c., are shipped. There are numlerou~s lazrge nurseries 1.ocated near the city. Tecumlseh, another prosperous city, has a population of about 3,000. It is located on the Rtiver Raisin and on the Lake Shore &~ Michigran Southern, the De: troit. Toledco & Irontonl RTailwrays, and tlhe Detroit, Toledlo & Mlonroe ~Short Linze Ra~ihvay, 9 miles no0~rth of A.drian, 33~ from, Jackrson and 5.9 fromn Detroit. The town is beautifully laid out with wide, well-p~aved and shaded streets, owns and oplerates its ownT electric light plant and water w~orks, has a fine siew'erage ~S3tem, an e~fficien fire dlepartment, ~churches of the leading denominationls, al high school and three ward school buildings~, good hotels, an opera house, two bands and. two,~ new~sIpapers. Among the more prom~inenlt industries ar~e t~wo flourinzg-mils, brick and t-ile m~achinzery and clay crush~er mainufactory, planing-mlill, a foundry, wire -fence factory, mzanufactor~ies of building mlateriall, engines, castings, boilers, brick and tile, mlacaroni, carriages, wagons, etc. Tecum3seh is the trade center for one of the richest agricultural sections in the state, and an imzportant industry is that of celery growing. Other important towns are Addison, Blissfield (population, 1,550), Britton, Clayton, Clinton (population, 1,200), D eerfield, Hudson (population, 2,300), Morenci (population, 1,600), Onsted and Cement City. The principal transportation facilities of the county include the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Wabash, Detroit, Toledo & Ironton and the Cincinnati Northern Railways, and the Detroit, Toledo, & Short Line (electric). / / / I ~ I /

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Title: Lenawee County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Jackson Co.; School; School; School; Cambridge; Sch.; Chu; CAMBRIDGE; School; Church; Wampler; Sand L.; Washtenaw Co.; School; School; School; CLINTON; Clinton; School; Macon; MACON; Cem.; School; church; WOODSTOCK; Chu; School; Springeville; School; Cem.; FRANKLIN; School; School; School; TECUMSEH; Newburg; School; Cem.; School; Church; Cem.; School; T. Hall; Lake Ridge; School; School; Devils Lake; Church; Lake Shore And Michigan Southern R.R.; School; Devils L.; Cem.; School; School; Onstead; School; Pentecost; Tifton; School; School; School; Tecumseh; School; Cem; Ridgeway; School; School; Church; School; Addison; ROLLIN; Cem; School; Stoddard; Round L.; Church; School; ROME; School; Wof Creek; Church; School; Schooo; ADRIAN; School; School; Hall; Cem; School; School; RAISIN; Lake Shore Michigan Southern; School; Britton; Church; School; RIDGEWAY; School; Cem; School; Ownley; Church; Rome; Chu.; T.Hall; G. Hall; Ironton R.R.; Sutton; Wabash R.R.; Rollin; Chases; Raison Ctr.; Holloway; Cincinatti Northern R.R.; County Farmary; S. Adrian; ADRIAN; Toledo Western Elec.; Lenawee Jc.; BLISSFIELD; Wellsville; Sissons; DEERFIELD; Deerfield; School; Hudson; HUDSON; Lake Shore Michigan Southern R.R.; Clayton; DOVER; Cem.; Sch.; T. Hall; Cadmus; Hall; MADISON; PALMYRA; Palmyra; Grosvenor; Church; Chu.; Sand Creek; Blissfield; Medina; Canandaigua; Seneca; Jasper; Ogden; Riga; Lime Creek; MEDINA; N. Morenci; SENECA; Packard; Weston; FAIRFIELD; Ogden Ctr.; OGDEN; RIGA; Hillsdale Co.; Wabash R.R.; Munson; State of Ohio; Morenci; Bimo; S. Fairfield; Monroe Co. Morenci; First National Bank; Adrian; City Garage, Automobile Supplies, Automobile Repairing; The New Adrian, New and Modern in Every Particular; A.W. Leggatt, Proprietor; City Garage, Dealers in Chevrolet Cars and Hupp Service; Blissfield; New Home Restaurant, Adrian St.; Meals 35c.; Clinton; Clintonian Hotel; Hudson; Hudson Garage and General Repair Station, Acetylene Welding and Tire Repairing; Day and Night Service; Hudson Repair Shop, Wagon Work, Automobile Repairing; Tecumseh; Hotel Barrett, American and European Plans; Tecumseh State Savings Bank
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Page  28 MONTOTRO: C~OUNTTY. M~onroe county wTas laid out in 1817, organized in 1829, and wi~as namued in honor of President MIonroe. This counlty is located: in, the extreme southeasternz part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by WSTashitenaw and W-Cayne coullties, on the east by Lake Eirie, on the south, by-Ohio and on the wese~t by Lenawvee county. The total land area is 355~,292.52 acres, about 333,000 acres of 'Which are in sp~lendid farmrs. The population is 32,917' (19310 c~ensus). The valuation of taxable prop~erty, as estimzatedl by the stat~e board of taxa commiss~ioners~ in 1L9119 is $33,963,252. There are 145 schools, furnishing positions for 199 teachers, and an enrollmlent of 6,237 students. T~he count~y has thirteen b~anks, and ten w~eekly newspapers, also good telegr~aph, telephone and ru-ral muail service. Nl~onroe, the secondl o~ldest city in the state al-id the. judicial seat of Monrloe county,* has a population of about 7,500'. It. is situated on the Rtiver Raisin, about three m3iles above its mouthl on Lakle Erie, -and is a sta~tion on1 the Lakle Shore &~ M~iichigan Southern, iffichigan Cen~tral and Pere Marq~cuette Railroads, 35 m~iles southwest of Detroit and 25 fromu Toledlo, Ohio. The Detroit United Ranilway (ele-etric) connects Detroit, Toledo and M~onroe. The city is lighted by electricity, has good. wvater work~s syrsteml, a well-equipped fire depl~ar~tment, good sewTerage syJstem, churches of the leading. denomzina~tions, a. fine high school building, and several wardd schools. There is also a. Catholic orphan asylumz for girls, a convent, the St. Mlary's Academuy, aind St. Mary'sY~ College, a handsomne public library, a court house costing about $40,000, three newspapers, etc. T~eiu~uufctres incude~8-L ' lizber, sash, doors acnd blinds, furniture fram~es, gla'ss, paper boxes, -cordage, beer, ivin3e, pumps, cigars, butter, cheese, agricultural implemlents, paper, carrriag~es, wagons, etc. WVithinz the past few yearPs the beef industry has dleveloped wonderfully,, the people of the county giving sp~ecial attention to rearing fine beef cattle, also. the w~ell-knowTn Perch~eron horses. The~

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Title: Monroe County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Sch.; Center Cr.; Cem.; Milan; Washtenaw Co.; Oakville; Stony Cr.; Wayne Co.; Chu.; Carleton; Huron River; Wabash R.R.; Cone; Bare Cr.; MILAN; LONDON; T. Hall; EXETER; ASH; Azatia; Maybee; Scofield; Hall; Swan Cr.; BERLIN; Point Moueller; Macon R.; Detroit Toledo & Ironton R.R.; River Raisin; Steiner; Newport Ctr.; Old Port; Macon Cr.; Gentery Cr.; DUNDEE; Dundee; Sch.; Grape; RAISINVILLE; Willow Cr.; FRENCHTOWN; M.C. R.R.; Chu.; Ann Arbor R.R.; Plum Cr.; Pointe Aux Peaux; Stony Point; Cem.; Lake Shore R.R.; Petersburg; T.A.A. & J. R.R.; Ida; Strasburg; MONROE; Monroe; Raisin; SUMMERFIELD; Sch.; Lulu; IDA; T. Hall; Chu.; Otter Cr.; LA SALLE; La Salle; Hall; Morroaco; Yargerville; Mudy Cr.; Cem.; Sulphur Cr.; T.O.B. & N R.R.; WHITEFORD; BEDFORD; Samaria; Mulhollen Cr.; Pere Marquette R.R.; Erie; La Plaisance Bay; Sch.; Chu.; Whiteford; Indian Cr.; Temperance; Duval Dr.; ERIE; Lenawee Co.; Ottawa Lake; State of Ohio; Cem.; Lambertville; Half Way Cr.; Detroit Monroe Toledo Electric R.R.; L.S. & M.S. R.R.; Half Way Cr.; Hunting & Fishing Grounds; N. Maumee Bay; Turtle Is.; LAKE ERIE Monroe.; Monroe Overland Co., Distributors Federal Tires.; Monroe Garage.; First National Bank
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Page  30 30 - WJAYNECT CO;UNT!Y. I~n 1'796, Secretary Sargent, acting governor, instituted the county of Wiayne. It originally included all the.Lower Peninsula and a large section of Indiana and Ohio and a strip along the west shore of Lake M'ichigan (for the purpose of inlcluding the settlement of Green Bay), and the east part of the Upperr Peninsula.Fo a namue they selected that of "M~ad" Anthony Wayne-aa conquering hero then in their muidst. Th~e present county of W;ayne is located in about the southeast. corner of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Oakland and Miacomb counties, on the east by the St. Clair river and Lakie St. Clair, on the south by the St. -C~lair river and M~Ionroe county, and on the west by W~ashtenaw county. The total land area is 367,,038.57 acres. Of this number about 317,000 acres a-re in fine farms. The population is 531ý590 (1910 'census). T~he valuation of taxable property as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $6i95,1913,145. *There are 254 schools with a total enrollment of 91,615 students, requiring te services of `2,2.14 teachers. The county *has thirty banks, eight daily newspapers and forty-three wreekly newspapers. Telephone, telegraph and rural mail service is found in every locality throughout the county. Detroit, the largest city in the state and the county seat of Wiayne county, has a population of over 500,000. The city has an area of 41.44 square miles, 202 miles of public se~wers, 480 miles of lateral sewers, 400~ miles of paved streets, 31 parks and parkways with a combined arcreage of 1,244, a water works plant with a daily capacity of about 177,000,000 gallons, a municipally owned electric light plant, fire and police departments which rank among the best in the country, ninety-eight public school buildings, a beautiful public library, many churches representing nearly every denomination, a Y. MI. C. A. building erected at a cost of about $750,000, many banks, newspapers, etc. FIrom1 a standpoint of beauty, there are few cities that canl companre with it, and situated on the pathway of the commerce of the Great Lakes, Detroit does not watch it all go by, by any means. Cases, boxes, bales, btarrels, bags and packiages, will be found destined for every ecivilized.land and bound for all points along the chain of the inland seas. An important aid to Detroit's commllerce and traftfic is the tunnel beneath the river, comnpleted and opened in 1910 by the MIichigan Central Railroa~d, at a. cost of approxim~ately $10,000,000. -Ais an engineering feat, it takes rank with the famous undertakings of the world..A few of the principal muanufacturing interests of the city are a~utomlobiles and auto parts, clothing, boots and shoes, car building and repairing* -cigars, food products, stoves and other heating apparatus, soda ash and other -alkaline, products, printing, furniture and numerous other industries. Wy;andotte has a population of about 10,000. It is located on the Detroit river and on the Detroit & Toledo Shore L~ine, the Detroit, Toledo &~ Ironton, the Lake Shore & Micjihigan1 Southern and the M~ichigain C' nztral Railroads, andi the Detroit United Electric Railw7ay, twelve miles from Detroit, and forty-seven from Toledo. The city has municipally owned water and electric light plants, paved streets, fire departmuent, 'a public library, churches of the leading denomilnations, a central school building, two ward schools and six parochial schools, two banks and two weekly newspapers. Th~is city possesses some of the largest manua~Lfacturing p~lants in the state. Among the more prominent industries are three salt. manufacturing pIlants, a ship buildilng company, chemical manufactory, cement factory, rug and fur factory, foundries, trunk factory, a. shzeet -metal works, etc. Other enterprising cities and ttowns of the county are Belleville, pop~ulation.500; Dearborn, population 1,000;; Ford City, population 1,800; G-rosse Pointe (suburb of Detroit), Hamtramcki, population 4,000; Highland Palrk (suburb of Detroit), Rtiver Rouge, population 4,500; St. Clair Heights, population 1,300;~ Trenton, population, 1,225r; Plymouth, populationz 2,0d00, and W;ayne, population 1,500. Thzese towns are surrounded by a thickly settled and rich agricultural district and ship large quantities of grain, hay, straw, f rult, potatoes and farm? produce of all kinds. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton Railroad, Pere M~arquette Railroad, W~abash Railroad, Detroit & Toledo Shore -Line, Lake Shore & Ml~ichigan Southern Railroad, MIichigan C~entral Railroad, Detroit, M~onroe &t Toledo Short Line Railroa~d, Grand Trunk, C-anadian Pacific, Detroit U[nited Railway (electric), Northern Steam~ship Company, Erie & Western Tranusportation Comlpany (Anchor L~ine), Detroit & Buffalo Steamnboat Comp~anyJ, E. M~. Razilway & Nav~igation Comllpany, Detroit & Cleveland N~aviga~tion Company, and other boat lines. I i

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Title: Wayne County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Oakland Co.; Macomb Co.; Northville; Northville; Waterford; Plymouth; Sch.; Livonia; Lavonia Center; Chu.; Rogue River; Bell Ranch; Redford; Sch.; Electric R. R.; Cem.; Redford; Greenfield; Highland Park; Hamtramck; N. Detroit; D. U. L. Electric R. R.; Gratiot; Grossepoint; Grosse Point Shores; Sch.; Plymouth; Tonguish Creek; Chu.; Canton Sta.; Middle River; Stark; Pikes Peak; Penrinville; Elm; Beach; Oak; Campbells Cr.; Springwells; Boulevard; Michigan Ave.; City of Detroit; Woodword Ave.; Jefferson Ave.; Gratiot Ave.; Belle Isle Park; Isle Aux Peches; Lake St. Clair; Grosse Point; Canton; Cherry Hill; Denton; Canton; Lower River; Rouge River; Nankin; Wayne; Eloise; Dearborn; Dearborn; Inkster; Electric R. R.; Oakwood; River Rouge; Fort St.; Detroit River; Van Buren; Huron River; Awsonville; Bellville; Wabash R.R.; Romulus; Romulus; Taylor; South Branch; Sutliff Drain; Wells Drain; Whittaker Marsh Creek; Ecorse; Ecorse River; Ford; Electric; Big Marsh Creek; Swan Creek; New Boston; Whittaker Marsh Creek; Brownstown Cr.; Brownstown; Sibley; Washtenaw Co.; Monroe Co.; Sumpter; Martinsville; Sumpter; Disbrow Ditch; Huron River; Huron; Willow; Waltz; Silver Creek; Flat Rock; D. T. & T. R. R.; Renton; Gibralter; D. M. & T. Shore Line Electric; M. C. R. R.; Grosse Isle; Lake Erie; Dominion of Canada; Rockwood; Monguagon Detroit; Standart Brothers, Ltd., Wholesale Hardware and Sporting Goods; The Service Garage, 344-346, Jefferson Ave. East, at Antoine St.; Hotel Charlevoix; Detroit; Cunningham's Drug Store, Drugs and Kodaks; People's State Bank; Walter C. Piper, Real Estate; The Hotel Tuller
31 DETROIT.~ Stand14jart Bro'thers,. Ltd., Whollesa~l e HardwarL~e anld Spo~rtingr Goodi5. The Service Gara.--e, 3443-346 Jefferson Av-le. Ea~st, at A~ntoine St. laotel. Charlevoix. W IW 17 Iff-V It% NE CUUNTY MICHIGAN DETROIT.P' 1~ Cunnim-Oxam-~n's Drug Store, Drugsrr amid lliodaks. Peopgle's State Dank.r Walt4er C. Piper, Real Estate. Thle HEotel Tuller. d Pri Ma C i; i ~1 01 F A ~ f' ~i~~ Q,csc~ Alp. 4,A iti Fi ~~r r, h\( i: ~-" ~,~ Itr O I B 10 II c ~ 'I, N. ~ a: I IrTY E)p~ 3~ r? an~-fir ~ni 011~1 O ~. ~t~t~ in 23~;G Ll -1j - - 1 7 1 F j - ck~~-"~ I~cth ý I In,-s i I I -1 IL; Ulr 'II I 3 1, LU l, I - r 7- l V.- I j/l aEý Txcr). "rn gru 0 I/ 2 ~i nif)v VOL. 11.' i If LLI n t crI -un 03 p, II ~ T I = 71 L mr-J L- L", Co I/ p~C~ ~) i I ~I~ill i r b\ I~ Pr) 1 (u rr, " ~II ~;zli ~ 1 h dK) h ~ C~B~1~2 j C~ O b: II i LwZ 1 11 / I I yL LI l I L-- 7k -l k r -T-- 1 \ I r-~ Yr I/ P "/1Y ~ ch r Nq I I I r--l r;;;mI V I, i f F I r--- ----7 R 1 1ý 7-= V ~cn hL %" f e. ----------- or Bz s3C~~ f ý 1~" i-I _ 3 00) o w 7: ý!40 Lem - 711 1 F C\~ \ý I I I I -v" VIA 1.01 11 1 P - She. I M. 5-Li 11 I I-C) 'AmIll ý40", I -IF JAMMMI I dl coJ 1 cr)o~Ir"` lw -3~w~" 1 1 1=2.t; 1 114 I p mmn;;ý 11 MI 11 11 -4 hwL ý-_ ý, -I-, Pu ýklillýl 11 14'. (11 1 11 lz,ý171HMQ W;ýý 11 I i i rc= IL _ L 'A-, lrr, LO 00, \o or o cpco ) 0, 'aýI AV Lprrr: _ __ ~ ~_ A A'I4ý. u -wr 4.446 v I -ý

Page  32 32b `WASHTENAWT COUNTY. WGashtenaw county was laid out in 1822, and was organized in 1826. This coun-- ty was part of the region lying west -of the Detroit district commonly called by the Chippewca Indians "Washtenzong," meaning a river that extends far off,.- referring to the Grand river. It is located in the southeastern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Livingfston and Oaklazndt counties, on the east by Wanyne county, on the south by Lenawee and MIonroe counties, and on the west by Jackson county'. The total land area is 454,047i.24 acres. Of this number about 428,000 acres are in splendid farms. The population is 44,714 (191~0 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in,1911, is $54,t%19685. The county has a. fine school systemu. There are 1'74 schools, a total enrollmlent of 7,818 students, reqluiring the services of 341 teachers. The county has sixteen banks, three daily and sixteen weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is found throughout the county. Ann Arbor, the capital city of the county, has a pop~ul'aition estimated at about 16ý000. This city is, of course, most widely knowrn as the seat of.Michigan's great State University.. It is situated oil the HuLron river, -on the main line of the M~ichig~an Centri al P-ilroad, on the Ann Arbor Railroad, and on the Detroit United Railway (electric), thirty-eight miles from Detroit. The city is lighted with electricity and a large well established gas company also furnishes light and fuel gas, has a good sewerage system, a court house erected at a- cost of atbout $7 5,000, well equipped fire departmenelt, a $45,000 Y. l. C. A. building, anl excellent public school system -includding one of the finest high school buildings in the state erected at a cost of about $300,000, a beautiful new auditorium, first class hotels, 200 acres of parks and boulevards, a beautiful public library, churches of many denominations,. fve banks, two daily newTspapers, etc. Thee industrial institutions include nianufactories of piailos, organs, furniture, agricultural implements, lamps, ladders, automobile attachmuents, hay baling m,--chines, flour, corsets, skirts, waists, baking powder, carriages, wTagons, brick, tile. cenient building'block, beer, boilers, engines, sash, doors and blinds, knitted goods, trusses, beet sugar machinery, pumps, etc. Ypsilanti, the second largest town in the county, has a population of about 69230. It is located on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad, the M~ichigan Central Railroad, andl the Detroit United Railway (electric), twnenty-ni'4e miles T_'- 4 - - '-J- - - -1 ý! -1-. - - -- L. 1 - - -.. - -t- 4 -- - t - -'I - - - T L - 1 - I-j I, t,.. weekly newsp~lapers. The country contributory to Chelsea is vrery fertile and is one of the best wheat raising districts in the state. The principal shipments are cereals, wool, fruit, berries and live stock. The p~rincipal transportation facilities of the county are the Pere Marquette Railroad, the Michigan Central Railroad, Alai Arbor Railroad, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad, Wabash Railroad alid the Detroit United Railway (electric).

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Title: Washtenaw County Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Livingston Co.; Portage; Oakland Co.; Y; Daniels L.; Collin L.; Brewen; Half Moon L.; Silver L.; Base L.; Sch.; Sch.; Dead L.; Sch.; Whitmore L.; Cem; P.M. R.R.; Sch.; Chur.; Sch.; South L.; Sch.; Sch.; Independence L.; Whitmore Lake; Sch.; Horse Shoe; Sch.; cem; chu.; sch.; X; LYNDON; Sch; North L.; Sch.; DEXTER; Sch.; Hudson Mills; WEBSTER; Sch.; Sch.; NORTHFIELD; Sch.; SALEM; Sch; Cem; Salem; Chu.; Hall; Island L.; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; Huron River; Sch.; Cem.; Chu; Chu; Cem.; Sch.; Chu; Cem.; Sch.; Sch; Sugar Loaf L.; Cassidy L.; Sch. L.; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; Chu; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; L; Crooked L.; Cem.; Chu.; Sch.; Mill L.; Four Mile L.; Dexter; Scio; Elhi; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem; Sch.; Cavanaugh; Cedar L.; Chelsea; Fosters; ANN ARBOR; Sch.; Chu; Sch.; Chu.; Lehman L.; SYLVAN; Michigan Central; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; SCIO; ANN ARBOR; Sch.; Dixboro; Cem; SUPERIOR; Sch.; Sylvan; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Lima Center; LIMA; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; E; Sch.; Sch; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Mill Cr.; Sch.; School; Sch.; Sch.; Superior; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Sch; Cem.; Cem; Sch.; Sch; Cem.; Cem; Sch; A; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Ypsilanti; SHARON; Chu.; Sch.; FREEDOM; Hall; Sch; LODI; Sch.; T. Hall; PITTSFIELD; T. Hall; YPSILANTI; Sch.; Chu; Cem.; Cem; Chu.; Sch.; Pleasan L.; cem.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Cem.; Pittsfield; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Rawsonville; River Raisin; Sch.; T. Hall; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Cem; Sch.; Cem.; Sch; Sharonville; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern; Cem.; Manchester; Chu; Sch.; Sch; Sch; Sch; Sch.; J; Sch.; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; Columbia L.; Bridgewater; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Saline; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; Cem; Sch.; Sch.; Cem; Joslin L.; Saline River; School; Sch.; Cem.; Sch.; Urania; Cem.; Sch.; Willis; MANCHESTER; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch; SALINE; Sch; Sch; YORK; Sch; AUGUSTA; Whittaker; Sch.; Iron; Chu; Sch.; Sch.; BRIDGEWATER; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch.; Chu; Sch; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; Sch.; York; Ann Arbor R.R.; Sch.; Jackson Co.; Sch; Lenawee Co; Lower L; Cem.; Sch.; B; Sch.; C; Sch.; Monroe Co.; Cem; Milan; Wabash R.R; N; Sch; Wayne Co. Ann Arbor; Ann Arbor Savings Bank. Capital ,000. Surplus ,000; Charles L. Brooks, Real Estate and Investment Securities, 215 First National Bank Bldg.; Overland Garage Co., Cor. Fourth and Williams Sts. Phone 2440; Ann Arbor Savings Bank; Milan; Milan Garage & Sales Co.; Saline; Square Deal Garage. Repairs, Auto Accessories, Oils and Greases; Ypsilanti; First National Bank
33 Ann Arboisbr Sav'ina"'s Baii~. Capial.~t $30P0,001). Surptus '$175,000. Cliarles L. Bro~oks,-~eal EsateaQ and Inveidstmena t See-urriti-es, 215 Yirsts-,Rbataionan f Ban~nk ]Bldg.gOverlannxd Garassge Co., -Cor. Foulrth apnd NVIIIiiaanmis Sts.,. Phoitie 2440. Anln Arbor Sa vingsBmik.gr~t'~ WAZSH ENAW CO'umNTY 21-Man Garage & ~- Sales Co. SALINis~E. Square DealH Garaage. Repa~irs, Autob Accessories, Oils and.Greases. Y6PSILANTI.II Fiirst National B gank. C F B 6 P iC a i FES~ 1 cr) -Lo 74 rn N Az~r) N l ) 4N $ Ay) uu P3poll, ell C/)l LO~ L)) 5 bo 0 1 Ill r4r fy)) 9-. OL * Is OA INokp'

Page  34 34 JACKSON COUNTY. Jackson county was laid out in 18.29 and was organized in 1832, being named in honor of President Andrew Jackson. It is located in the south central part of the Iower Peninsula, and is bounded on the north by Eaton and Inghaml counties, on the east by W:ashteiniawi county, on the south by H-illsdale and Lenawee counties land on the '"Test, by Calhoun county. The total land area of the county is 453,452.12 acres. Of this number, about 423,000 acres are in splendid farmns. The population is 53,426 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as esxtimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $53,728,238.- The county has 172 schools, attended by 8,831 students, requiring 345 teachers. There are thirteen banks, two daily and eight weekly newspapers. All parts of the county are provided wNith telephone, telegraph and rural mail service. Jackson is the largest city, also, the judicial seat of the county. It is: located on Grand river -and on the Michigan C'entral, Lake Shore & Mllichigan Southern, Grand Trunk, Cincinnati Northern Railways, also the Michigan United Tractidn and the Detroit United Railway (electric). The Michigan Central car shops are located here. The city has an area of nine square miles, ten miles of paving, fiftyfour miles of public sewers, six public parks, comprising fifty-eight acres, a water works plant valued at $900,000, eighty-five miles of water mains, well equipped fire deplartmient, efficient police department, thirty-two churches, seventeen public school buildings, three sanitariums, a city hospital, two daily and two weekly newspapers, a library, five banks, six theatres, first-class hotels. The State Penitentiary is also located here. The manufacturing industries are many and include acetylene gas generators, advertising sign boards, agricultural tools, aluminum castings, antiseptic cans, automatic machinery, automobiles, automobile accessories, bank and office fixtures, boilers, blank books, carriages and wagons, cement mixers, flour, flour-mlll machinery, furnaces, gasoline engines, glass, mirrors, machine tools', pumps, etc. A large and very successful industry is the-cultivation of celery, onions and, smiall fruits. Other towns of the county include Grass Lake, Springport, Brooklyn, Concord, Hanover and Parma. Their shipments consist largely of grain, apples, potatoes and live stock. The transportation facilities of the county are the Grand Trunk, Michigan Central, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Cincinnati Northern Railroads, the Detroit United Railways Company and the Michigan United Traction Company. _ ~ BELL PHONE 64 lirO ( oe INCORPORATED Dodge Brothers and Buick Motor Cars Woe Make Oils, Greases and Compound For Automobile Lubrication AMERICAN OIL COMPANY JACKSON, MICHIGAN JACKSON MICH.

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Title: Jackson County Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Eaton Co.; Gurley L.; School; Cooper L; School; School; Cem.; Ingham Co.; Base Line; School; Cem; Church; Y; SPRINGPORT; Otter Cr.; Batteese L.; WATERLOO; W; Montague L; Rives Jct.; Pleasant L.; Batteese Cr.; Munith; Merkle L.; Springport; Tompkins; RIVES; Berry L.; Trumbull L.; HENRIETTA; Portage Cr.; TOMPKINS; Michigan Cen.; White L; Little Portage L.; Big Portage L.; Waterloo; Grand River; Mud L.; Clear L.; Sch.; Devereaux; Sandstone Cr.; SANDSTONE; BLACKMAN; Grand Trunk R. R.; Eagle L.; Pond Lilly L.; Welch L.; PARMA; Mackey Brook; T. Hall; Brill L.; LEONI; Goose L.; Tims L.; N; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern; Gilletts L.; Grass L.; Francisco; E; Parma; JACKSON; Michigan Ctr; Michigan Central R.R.; Leoni; Grass Lake; GRASS LAKE; Michigan Central R.R.; SUMMIT; CONCORD; Spring Arbor; Lake Shore & Mich. Southern; Pond; Vandercook L.; Big Wolf L.; Concord; N. Br. Kalamazoo R.; SPRING ARBOR; Browns L.; Ackerson L.; Cranberry L.; NAPOLEON; F; Michigan Central R.R.; Cress L.; Napoleon; Sweezey L.; Swans L.; Horton; Stony L.; Norvell; LIBERTY; COLUMBIA; NORVELL; S. Br. Kalamazoo; Wilbur L; HANOVER; Skiff L; Meridian of Michigan; Goose Cr.; PULASKI; Pulaski; Mud L.; Grispeil L.; Clark L.; Jefferson; Brooklyn; Lake Shore & Michigan; Hanover; Pond; Pond; Mud L; Calhoun Co.; Hillsdale Co.; Stony Pt.; S. Br Kalamazoo R.; Farrell L.; A; Round L.; Grand L.; B; Lenawee Co.; L.S. & M.S. R.R.; D; Vineyard L; Waniplers L.; Washtenaw Co. Jackson; Jackson Automobile Co., Makers of High-Grade Motor Vehicles; Buell Auto Co., Inc. Dodge Brothers and Buick Motor Cars; U. S. Land & Investment Co, Real Estate, 190 W. Main St., Jackson Mich.; Jackson; Jackson State Savings Bank; William M. Palmer, Pres.; Chas. M. Spinning, First Vice-Pres.; C. E. Townsend, Sec. Vice-Pres.; F. H. Newkirk, Cashr.; McLaughlin, Ward & Co., Beans, Grain and Feed, Poultry Supplies
3S JACKSON.~ Jaelk-son Autom~obile Co., MIIakers of HTig~h-Gradr e -Motor Vehbicles. Buell Autor Co., Inuc. Dodg-e Brothers and BuS~tick 3ilo-tor Cars. I[T. S. La~nd & lIt-ivestuient Co, RealiP Estate,, 190 WV. _TVI.-tin t., Jackson.,n~ iff IV 'm w K ""'OU J-AC SUN. NTY MICHIGAN JACKSON. Jackson State Savingfs BanklJ. Wil-iI liam M~. Palmer, Pres.; Chias. M.~ Spinninng, First V'ice-Pres.; C. E.~ Townsend, See. Vice-3Pres.; VF. H., Newkirklr Cashltr. M)3claughlihi, Ward & Co.., Beans., Grain and Fieed, Poualtry Supgplies. 17Z U 0iM~t~3 rl C. ILI crý 0 iy )~O c~ p 1 L U -j" v ~ X I IL l\r. a LLR- iJ uju ej up 8 ra U Xc 4,1, HENN=~ 0:\ g 8 I d B r i +j, r NFE'4 co r) o ~~ RI~ n Br, k 000 '~Eýe 11 - -4 - t~-i4~-i All I 'N 1-16 j 1 -11 0644M g y N %. 1.,q 7, )) C 1L- ~1 N` -- QV T\p ol LU g (PI ry) FO-rr r r r) 'r d9own ý 16MA..a -1 L la: i I I - 1 1 ý. I I I j y T~tn -1i T A p d Cý..-;2 -\ L I I r, IOV b`i 3 I's z r 0;4 ~nr b'rj t\iraSC OD. e)T/G\4 k`) o Ifi! --ZL __ '8 t;;-"SpS[[i

Page  36 36 OALHOUN COUNTY. "Calhoun county was laid out in 1829. In 1833 it was organized and named in honor of Vice-President John C. Calhoun. It is located in the southern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded oh the north by Barry and Eaton counties, on the east by.Jackson county, on the south by Branch and Hillsdale counties and- on the west by Kalamazoo county. Calhoun has a total land area of 447,452.44 acres, of which 411;801 acres are already devoted to farms. The valuation of.... taxable property as estiinated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911 is: ' $73846,732. The county:is well supIplied with schools, there being a total of 185, supplying positions f,i 409 teachers with an enrollment of 10,747. students. The total populationi is. 5,,638! (1910 census). There are 11 banks, four daily and- nine: weekly newspaper-s. elegraph, teleplibne and rural route service. Marslhallli whichi is. fhe county seat, has a population of about 5,000. and is located at the con-fluence of Rice creek with the 'Kalamnazoo river and bn the SMichigan C' entral 'aiid the Lake Shore: & MiXt igan Southern Railways,:ai nd the Michigan United- Railway (electric). The city'owns an electric lighting plant, the power for -whici is generated by the water power which was purchased by the city. ~ The city aIs6 olAs: its own system of water works', which- cost about $50,000.: It has a good school ystem, ten churches of different denominations; t wo banks --.. "........... and three0 daily newspapers, also a codurf house cdsting about $80,000. The grounds of th Calhoun Agricul'tural Society are als located here. Among the most prominent manufactories.are flouring.: mills, cigar factories, furniture factory, carriage factory, a creamery and cold s.torage food factory, two, furnace factories, marble and granite works, also foundry afid inachine shops. Other towns of the county inclide Albion, Athens, Battle Creek, Burlington and Homer. The most important of these are Albion and Battle Creek. The population of Battle Creek is about 30,000. It is located at the confluence of Battfe creek and Kalamazoo rivers, on the Michigan Central and Grand Trunk Railroad and on the Michigan United Traction Company. It is 13 miles west of Marshall, the county seat, 45 miles southwest of Lansing and 23 miles east of Kalamazoo. Battle Creek's manufactories include threshing machines, portable engines, health foods, stoves, oven racks, paper roofing, tables, paper, boilers, electrical goods, wire novelties, steam pumps, printing presses, woodworking machinery, flour, sash, door and blinds, brass goods, furniture, printing ink, railroad cars and engines, etc. One of the largest engine shops of the Grand Trunk system, erected at a cost of about $2,000,000, is located here. This is also the home of the Battle Creek Sanitarium, which is the largest of its kind in the world. There are 4 banks, 14 public and 2 parochial. schools, including a new high school building which has just been completed, at a cost of about $90,000, and a beautiful public library. The religions of the city are represented by many handsome churches, of which the most prominent are the Baptist, Adventist, Congregational, Episcopal, German Evangelical and Methodist. The city has 8 first-class hotels, 3 daily newspapers and 5 monthly publications, electricity and gas, a municipally-owned water plant, which cost about $300,000, well equipped fire departments and a postoffice building costing $150,000. The country surrounding Battle Creek is very productive and wheat, oats, corn, hay, fruits and garden products are raised in abundance. Electric street car lines connect with all surrounding points. Transportation facilities of the county are the Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroads, and the Michigan United Railway Company.

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Title: Calhoun County Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Barry Co.; O; L; Wabascon L.; Sch.; X; Eaton Co.; Mud L; Willis L.; Ackley L.; Q; I; Garfield L.; Cem; Chu.; A; Bear L.; PENNFIELD; Clear L; Hinyon L.; Cem.; BEDFORD; Bedford; St. Mary's L.; CONVIS; LEE; Duck L.; W; D; Seven Mile Cr.; Penfield; Lake of the Woods; CLARENCE; Bell L.; Wabascon Cr.; Urbandale; Washington Hts.; Hasbrouck L.; Clarks L.; Battle Cr.; Otter L.; Prairie L.; Harmonia; Gardiner L.; Chu; B; Hart L.; Grand Trunk R.R.; Battle Creek; Mud L.; Fish L.; Halls L.; BATTLE CREEK; EMMET; Dickinson Cr.; MARSHALL; School L.; MARENGO; Rice Cr.; Winnepeg L.; SHERIDAN; Renton; Goguac L.; Beadle L; E; T. Hall; Michigan Central R.R.; Ceresco; Kalamazoo River; Michigan Central R.R.; T. Hall; MARSHALL; Marengo; Mt. Calm; Pearl L.; Albion; N; Harper Cr.; L. Brace L; Spectacle L.; Steamburg L; Barnum L.; U. Brace L.; LEROY; Cotton L.; NEWTON; FREDONIA; Cedar L.; T. Hall; Long L.; ECKFORD; Eckford; ALBION; Joppa; Lee L.; Long L; Fish L.; East Leroy; F; Pine Creek; Warners L.; Nattawasseppe L.; Homer; BURLINGTON; Z; ATHENS; TEKONSHA; CLARENDON; Clarendon; HOMER; Turtle L.; Burlington; T. Hall; Athens; Nattawasseppe River; St. Joseph River; Tekonsha; Kalamazoo Co.; Branch Co.; G; H; Michigan Central R.R.; J; Hilldale Co.; D; Lake Shor R.R.; Jackson Co. Battle Creek; Central National Bank; Marshall; Commercial Savings Bank
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Page  38 38 KALAMAZOO COUNTY. Kalamazoo county was laid out in 1829 andwas organized in 1830. It~takes its name from the river which was called Ke-Kala-mazoo, which name is said to be of Indian derivation and interpreted by some as meaning. "bright, sparkling water." It is located in the southwestern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the ~ north by Allegan and Barry counties, on the east by Calhoun county, on the south S~by St. Joseph county and on the west b~y Van Buren county. The total land area is S359,234.70 acres, of which about 332,000 acres are in beautiful farms. T-he popula tion is 60,427 (1910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $73,098,142 on all taxable lands. There are 138 schools, which were S~attended by 10,642 pupils last year, requiring the services of 415 teachers. The: cou-nty has thirteen banks, two daily and several weekly newspapers. Telephone, telegraph and 'rural mail -service provide for the necessities and add to the comforts of life. Kalamazoo is the county seat, also the largest city, having about 45,000 inhabitants. It is located on the Michigan Central, Grand Trunk, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, G-rand Rapids & Indiana, Chicago, Kalamiazoo & Saginaw and the Kalamazoo, Lake Shore & Chicago Railroads, also the Michigan United Traction Company (electric), 144.miles west of Detroit' and.49 south of Grand Rapids. The city has an excellent water system,, police and fire.departments, nmunicipal electric lighting plant, gas plant., sanitary sewerage system, twenty-two miles of brick and -asphalt pavement, hospitals and sanitariums, first-class hotels, beautiful theatres, several parks, including more than eighty-five acres, svplendid school system,--the Western State Normal School, a new million-dollar institution, is located here, a! beautiful public library, about forty-two churches representing the leading denomi~ nations, four banks, two daily and seven weekly newspapers. The principal industries include manufactories of book paper, corsets, wind-mills and tanks, gas lamps and heaters, and regalia for fraternal organizations. There are six paper mills in the city and immediate vicinity, forty.N-one metal working plants, vehicle works, and Szoo & Saginaw Railroads, and the IMichigan United Traction Company (electric)

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Title: Kalamazoo County Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Allegan Co.; Sch.; Sch; F; Barry Co.; Chu; Gull Lake; Hamilton L.; Miller L; Grassy L.; Cooper Ctr.; Cooper; Richland; Cem; Chu.; Stony L; ALAMO; Alamo; COOPER; Cem.; RICHLAND; ROSS; D; L; Spring Br.; Anderton L.; Augusta Cr.; Michigan Central R.R.; Twin Lakes; Lake Shore R.R.; Pond Lily L; Long L.; Augusta; Eagle L.; Grand Rapids R.R.; Michigan & Chicago; Lyons L; Comstock Cr.; Gull Outlet; B; Bongcastle L.; KALAMAZOO; Michigan Central R.R.; M; OSHTEMO; Dustin L.; Kalamazoo River; COMSTOCK; Galesburg; CHARLESTON; Burnhams L.; E; South L.; Woods L; KALAMAZOO; Portage L; Oshtemo; Rooher L.; R; Michigan Central; Mill Pond L.; K.L.S.C. R.R.; Eagle L; PAVILION; Erst L.; CLIMAX; Climax; Pine L.; TEXAS; Crooked L.; Bass L.; PORTAGE; Portage; T. Hall; Pretty L; Stanley L.; Long L; T. Hall; Scotts; Weeds L.; West L.; Austin L.; Portage Cr.; Mud L.; Paw Paw L.; Mud L.; Mud L.; Gourd Neck L.; Pickerel L.; Pavillion; Harrison L.; Lake Shore; Indian L.; PRAIRIE; Mill; Mud L.; WAKESHMA; Q; Schoolcraft; Thrall L.; T. Hall; RONDE; Grand Trunk R.R.; Rawson L.; Vicksburg; BRADY; Fulton; Z; Pond; SCHOOLCRAFT; Kimble L.; Van Buren Co.; St. Joseph Co.; Pond; N; Howard L.; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; H; Little Portage Cr.; Bear Cr.; Calhoun Co.; J Kalamazoo; Park-American Hotel; American and European Plans; Turkish Baths; Kalamazoo Auto Sales Co.; Kalamazoo City Savings Bank; The Home Savings Bank; First National Bank
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Page  40 40 VAN BUREN COUNTY. Van Buren county was laid out in 1829, was organized in 1837 and named in honor of Secretary of State Martin Van Buren. It is located in the southwest part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Allegan county, on the east by Kalamazoo county, on the south by Cass county, and - i the west by Lake Michigan and Berrien county. The total land area is 391,442.62 acres, of which about 362,000 acres are in wonderfully productive farms. The population is 33,185 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $35,164,410. There are 155 schools, a total enrollment of 6,824 students, employing 341 teachers. The county has fourteen banks, two daily and nine weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is found in every locality. Paw Paw is the judicial seat of the dounty and has about 1,800 inhabitants. It is situated on the Kalamazoo, Lake Shore & Chicago Railway, and on the Pa'w Paw river, eighteen miles southwest of Kalamazoo, four from Lawton, where connection is made with the main line of the Michigan Central Railroad, fifteen miles from Hartford, where connection is made with the main line of the Pere Marquette Railroad, and thirty-three from South Haven, where connection is made with the the Michigan Central Railroad and a line of steamers plying to Chicago. Paw Paw is lighted by electricity, has water works, sewers, fire department, churches of many denominations, excellent schools, an opera house, two banks and two weekly newspapers. Wheat, pork, live stock, beans, peaches, apples, grapes and small fruits are shipped. South Haven is the largest town in the county and has a population of about 4,000. This city occupies a commanding position on the shore of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Black river, which forms a safe and commodious harbor. It is a station on the Michigan Central Railroad and on the Kalamazoo, Lake Shore & Chicago Railroad, thirty miles northwest of Paw Paw, forty from Kalamazoo, and seventy-five by water from Chicago. It has well-laid-out and shaded streets, is lighted by electricity, has a good system of water works, a fire department, iSewerage system, opera house, churches of several denominations, a splendid public school system, a $15,000 public library, a gas plant, two banks, four newspapers, etc. The more prominent industries embrace piano manufacturing, fruit packages and lumber manufactories, canning factory, wood carving works, foundry, planing raills, syrup, pickle, vinegar and baske factories, etc. Other enterprising towns of the county are Hartford, Lawton, Bangor, Bloomingdale, Decatur, Gobleville, and Lawrence. The surrounding country is well adapted for agriculture and fruit growing and wheat, live stock, peaches and apples are exported. Fruit growing is, however, the principal industry and large quantities of fruit are shipped. The principal transportation facilities of the county are:the Michigan Central Railroad, Pere Marquette Railroad, the Kalamnazoo, Lake Shore & Chicago Railroad and the Chicago & South Haven Steamship Line.

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Title: VAN BUREN COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: LAKE MICHIGAN; ALLEGAN CO.; BASE LINE; SOUTH HAVEN; School; Cem.; SOUTH GENEVA; School; HAVEN; School; School; School; School; Cem.; Church; SOUTH BRANCH OF BLACK RIVER; LACOTA; MICHIGAN CENTRAL; Cem.; School; COFFEE L.; SILVER DOLLAR L.; NORTH L.; School; COLUMBIA; BREEDSVILLE; School; GR. BEAR L.; SADDLE L.; BERLAMONT; LAKE ELEVEN; BLOOMINGDALE; DEER L.; MUD L.; Cem.; Cem.; GD. JUNCTION; EAGLE L.; MUSKRAT L.; School; Hall; MILL L.; GOBLEVILLE; MILL; Cem.; School; PINE GROVE MILLS; BRANDYWINE L.; MENTHA; KENDALL; PINEGROVE; CLEAR L.; School; School; School; Church; BERRIEN CO.; School; School; School; School; School; School; School; School; COVERT RESORT; Cem.; Church; Church; Church; SCHOOL SEC. L.; McDONALD; VAN AUKEN L.; RUSH L.; COVERT; BANGOR; ARLINGTON; School; School; School; Church; Church; Cem.; Cem.; T. Hall; JAPHAS L.; PAW PAW RIVER; PUGSLEY L.; NORTH L.; FISH L.; WEST L.; WAVERLY; ALMENA; KALAMAZOO CO.; BERRIEN CO.; HARTFORD; KALAMAZOO LAKE SHORE & CHICAGO R.R.; School; School; School; School; School; Cem.; Cem.; KEELER; KEELER; KEELER L.; ROUND L.; CROOKED L.; CASS CO.; TAYLORS; PROSPECT L.; PONDLILY L.; HAMILTON; PINE L.; EAGLE L.; L. GEORGE; THREE MILE L.; FOUR MILE L.; LAWRENCE; W. BR. PAW PAW R.; School; School; School; Cem.; School; L. OF THE WOODS; MICHIGAN CENTRAL R.R.; DECATUR; PAW PAW; ANTWERP; LAWTON; HUZZYS L.; GRASS L.; GRAVEL L.; CEDAR L.; T. Hall; School; Church; Cem.; BANKSONS L.; PORTER -
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Page  42 42 ALLEGAN COUNTY, Allegan county was laid out in 1831, and was named for an ancient Indian 'tribe iný the Alleghanies. It was organized as a county in.1835. It is located in the western tier of counties near the southern part of the state and is bounded on the entire west side by Lake Michigan. The total land area of the county Is 529,873.41 acres, about 475,000 acres of this land being in farms. Taxable property in the county-was placed at a valuation of $38,915',767 by the state board of -'tax commissioners in 1911. There are 196 schools in the county, which were attended by 8,540 children last year and required a total of 301 teachers. The county has efficient telephone, telegraph and rural mail service, fourteen banks, eight newspapers, etc. Allegan is the county seat and has'a population of about 3,500. It is located on the Kalamazoo river and on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway, the Michigan Central and the Pere Marquette Railways, twenty miles east of Lake Michigan, thirty-three miles south of Grand Rapids. It is the receiving and distributing point for a rich and thickly settled agricultural section and ships large quantities of grain and general farm produce. It is lighted by electricity, has a municipally-owned water plant,:well-paved -streets, an. efficient fire department, eight churches, a splendid high school and four ward schools, a public library, hospital, three banks, opera house, good hotels, a $100,000 court house, a $10,000 city hall and two weekly newspapers. The most important industries comprise the following.: Saw and planing-mills, gla-ss factory, foundry and machine shops, manufacturies of candy, cigars, kiitchen cabinets,: -Eurniture, carriages, wagons, folding boxes, flour, cement blocks, caskets, chemicals, vinegar, patent medicines, etc. The other principal towns in the county are Douglas, Fennvlille, 0tsego, Plain1 -well, Saugatuck and Wayland. The main transportation facilities through the county are the Pere IMarqyuette Railway, Grand ~Rapids & Indiana Railway, Michigan United Railway, Michigan Southern Railway, and Grand REapids, Holland & Chicago Railway.

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Title: ALLEGAN COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: LAKE MICHIGAN; OTTAWA CO.; KENT CO.; GRAAFSCHAP; LAKE TOWN; FILLMORE; T. Hall; Sch.; Sch.; T. Hall; PARK; Chu.; SAUGATUCK; DOUGLAS; KALAMAZOO L.; SAUGATUCK; cem; OVERISEL; PERE MARQUETTE R.R.; HAMILTON; RABBIT RIVER; NEW RICHMOND; PERE MARQUETTE R.R.; MANLIUS; HEATH; DUNNINGVILLE; MONTEREY; DIAMOND SPRINGS; BURNIPS COR.; SALEM CTR.; NEW SALEM; N. DORR; DORR; HILLIARDS; WAYLAND; BRADLEY; BOOT L.; GUN L.; HOPKINS; E. HOPKINS; LAKE SHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R.R.; MOLINE; LEIGHTON; GREEN L.; T. Hall; GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R.R.; Kalamazoo River; PIER COVE; GANGES; BELKNAP; GLENN; SPRING GROVE; HAWK HEAD; Hall; LEISURE; CASCO; LEE; OSTERHOUT L.; CHESHIRE; CHESHIRE; SWAN L.; CHICORA; BLACK RIVER; VANBUREN CO.; PULLMAN; U. SCOTT L.; L. SCOTT L.; BRAVO; HUTCHIN L.; FENNVILLE; Cem.; Sch.; T. Hall; Chu.; DUMONT L.; MILL GROVE; CLYDE; VALLEY; ALLEGAN; MINER L.; WATSON; WATSON COR.; CROOKED L.; MARTIN; SHELBYVILLE; KELLOGG; TROWBRIDGE; EAGLE L.; DUCK L.; OTSEGO; BASE-LINE L.; KALAMAZOO CO.; MONTEITH; HOOPER; GUN RIVER; GUN PLAIN; PLAINWELL; ARGENTA; BARRY CO.; M. U. R.; Advent L. ALLEGAN.; The First National Bank of Allegan. The Only National and the Oldest Organized Bank in Allegan County. Assets Over One Million Dollars.; T.S. Updyke, Real Estate, Abstracts, Insurance, Loans. Owner of Allegan County Abstract Books. Masonic Temple Bldg.; PLAINWELL.; Travis Garage, Distributor of Studebaker and Maxwell Cars.
ALLEGAN. Thle Piirst Nationazl Bank of Allegan.l TJhe Onl1y National and~l then Oldest Orgarnizedl Bank in A~lleganl County~. Aassets O9ver Onle Milllion -~Dollalrs. T. S. Upd-yke, Real EEstate, Abstracts, Insura~ance, Loans. Own-- er of AllegaPn Con-jity Atbstract Books. Masnonic Tempgle Bldg. ALLE GA UOUNTY MICHIGAN PLIAIN'WELL. Travis Garage, Di)stributer of Studebakker: and Maxw~ell Cars. J. of~ b - Allw F 33 6) ~~29H 2 IF 21 232 2; 3 i32 33 wAPI W AE ~ of R F~1I Lr._LR~-CP 1O.ICEJ -~P. 41 K I-FJU( 2 L t~, N T ~ ~ lvc tcte g LD LL~lM~ts-;?;.~i! II?~ld7~nI I; IIIk ~/~[/H llJ~f~3r~fL7/117/7 01().1- 0 V U ==Tr 1 I ~,~~e~~;-tfi=~~!T '~Pb~ ~ '~~~~Cr' IJ~'~ aQRNII PB~~ j*MWR- r t JýJNIýA~ i~1Ti$rBb /;TefrHa/U 4?./119 h.2 1/ r22 2 ~3 0 21rrsO 2all 22 3 24 -F-z-vl 2 Z.% ý3A. a ~t?. CeU F2 9 26 -2e- 25 30 k9268 26 25~a/ 1~ ~~ H~3Pl 35 1 3 S tNGS / 6 ( f6 ~~f i ~ R~Sd 1col!) E,t S ihhl.I~. E"nl l /0I~u 5 ~rio 1/11( 21 9I~;"~//l-;f[A AI.~1 1 7-00 IS Icem IH.1~ /6 I. 1ýý.14 -in 13 18 1113 17 Sr-'h. mc ý kA1 1 ki In -31141 Wj,/ 6 Ace ~,,,~\ ~~--r B' -I' --- ~~~- - - "~"~' II r~- ~ l s-Ila -"- -I k WE IS~U~B__L ~I~ /~~ B22 0:51 Ai~t~ V7ý % N -A2 2-3,24- 21(( 0ý=m I r lL~lb L~;1~~- ~Lg=.CI I IN N I L-I 2 9 26 2 F LX - =F==t?=~ ~ LK'-Rkr -v ~-L~L~ r~~- ~ I~ ~..L1 MEL aA H~lll ~II~ - IIY III!M I qGV.1 Lg. -LI-A-ý! 11 MrA 2f. fcof _kIp"KIMIM _~_I _~ ~ __ A-U It. ý C"2 7 6c 5 ý, - I -X I H tUnLJYIUTr 1 03 Cf E -Zffl 1, i'V, i I Z 'V~ ý cl\ licr I I alnn- I t.11 CAch- l cI k u /-I -%4111 -;~----=i~-~' ~ " rms~r~rr..~~I1 nL Wld LSL 6.1~~j/ 3 --I G.. 1 ii -I - -r 56 IF FT 13- W-_Pý r-- -w IB.---------rr ---- LJtlT 31---ý%. A Ir 1---~1[. t-.I-=17~TTP.ibBCIC;i"?i""l i T'r 1ý II IILCII IY I II II lr 1 I ~L~ I ~ n~cn I ~rly ~ I 1( ib- 1 111 1 ffulo - ýr -LZUI -JI I Efo-- ý ý I 1ý I I I I I I i iI -A I J I I-% c-W L 11";2~i( ga 49 11 <5 IAS4,.F MIL4 WVil EOS 9 /c ce Iq J L99 LJ /0 ScIll - I - i11 Itl 11 -1 11 C. I / ý I I I[ - - w lý'WWI rl TI- -lr( i b5d15nr~ f -lL -- --l -M ý!Hun -il W M -1 14a actIUj. u I -- 1- 7lizz - \1 ftm I -ll 1-- I 1 11 - Ir I --X--N"Olgr " --Yrc-geMtLfi(l..?ýýi Jllzn aefhghl, It , fla IT Alk al 7 -7-~lf~F~ 191~~1i" ~ ~~~ 23 r-K.w I -- 9 rEA"Fq.10,1ý 4 4 1 -LP;ýi r1,i1 A I jlLiIPijtiL I i - r m - aZ!. ok r J-70 r2 W AF T 1/7 IF ir I )13c.C 7724 - ý.jj~r-- -b 3r25 O 2 1 11 -t0 jpý--Vt~w- I ýi I- --- -.cE- -- i i I u lr jt~l Ui~~Yc~ II -v -In LL1 --- L -i N %& ý IM n, 1A A 1 I 0 Eli E-fJ:fýqP I --;z- --LL-I~ '~I L-3 2] (34 I S w -E ý ----------- JL ilJJ I't2 11 11 6 IOTPUT;r II s"iil 4p_T2 i I f _ ý611' A-61 I II r II -vz 1 7ýlrl I t 3sll ~ l irr; H3/u~IE11 A -~ F7r -----liF---. -11 1 L-ý3 P E R;-~i 6 I 1 TNk II or --------7 ýl 1 11 P-49 hls i I ~51 Q 129 Z I 14111-3 J Ju I I itI I e L IR=ZIBIMwr /7 111;1 -rl ~ -~-- ui~U-------r ~--gp~pbt~-,,,,~-- ~ y --- -- ~-~~ay-F-11 ' I~nQm ~ c ý Ul, 3 ine IM _[P ý 2 YYrPM2~~22Ei~ii ~Cf;B~~1 ~1SiS3yi L L~-~IL----I. II IY 1 z II LHCMý -Vt I-J-8jl / 7 1 %am PI 13 16 I NI- /4 I II.u A ___ ________ _ __ _ _ __ ___ 3~1 =ic -1 e 2 91.6 30 Ar" 1 r I ý ý, TV vt I11 C II 206, 25 13-0 2n 2 27fl P& TL"c~~i~" ~ r11 in~ -~... I ~ IW ' " - ~ ~ I 1 I V 'rýlp 1 W-ý ý 1 11 11 11 11 __ __ TT ID VT~ '~ ~~ ~ ~II- II I. I\ IrT~l~l I 7 -r- II r Y ~; I ~ I I r~ ~ --~-r~~ l~--;~-= ~ t~W ~ ~ ~ Let.l 1 6 1 -J). IG: i A& N A C, INI w v iUN. u n z.N+ An Idgeolh, 4r wd

Page  44 44 BARRY COUNTY-. Barry county was.laid out and organized in 1829 and wa's named in' honor.of Postma ster- General William T. Barry. The county is located near the southwestern ' part of the Lower Peninsular and is bounded by Kent and Ionia counties on-the north, Eaton county on the east, Kalamazoo and Calhoun counties on the south and-Allegan county on the west. The entire acreage of the county is given as 354,029.41 acres, of which almost 340,000 acres are devoted to excellent farms. In 1911, the state -board of tax commissioners -placed, a- value of -upon all taxable land in the county. The county has a good school system throughout, there being a, total of 145 schools, requiring 210 teachers, with an enrollment of 4,575 children., Excellent telephone, telegraph and rural mail service is found in every locality. There are also eight banks and eight newspapers. Hastings, with a population of about 5,000, is the county seat, and was named in honor of E. P. Hastings, formerly a well-known citizen of Detroit.. It is located on- the Michigan Central 'and the Chicago, Kalam'az 66 & Saginaw Railroads, and -on the- Thornapple river, 32 miles southeast of Grand Rapids. The city is modern, having electricity, gas, water works, fire department, churches of the Adventist, Baptist, Catholic, Christian' Science, Episcopal, Methodist,. Presbyterian 'and United Brethren denominations, excellent public schools, first-class hotels, an opera.'house, a good court house, two banks and two weekly. newspapers.- There are numerous manufacturing interests, among them being a large felt-boot factory, large table factory, book-ease factory, chair factory, international lock and seal factory, press and tool factory, kitchen cabinet factory, planing and flour-mills, cigar factory, gas works and an electric light and power -plant. Other towns in the county 'are Nashville, 'F reeport and Middleville. Transportation facilities include the Michigan Central, Pere Marquette, Chicago, Kalamazoo & Saginaw Railroads, and Michigan United Traction Oibmpany.

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Title: BARRY COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: ALLEGAN CO.; KENT CO.; IONIA CO.; DUNCAN L.; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; PARMELEE; THORNAPPLE; YANKEE SPRINGS; MIDDLEVILLE; LEEKE'S L.; HARWOOD L.; BARLOW L.; COBB L.; BAKER L.; PAYNES L.; BASSETT L.; GLASS CR.; RUTLAND; MICHIGAN CENTRAL R.R.; IRVING; IRVING; LONG L.; T. Hall; FREEPORT; CARLTON; MIDDLE L.; LOWER L.; LEECH L.; HASTINGS; GOATS GROVE; Chicago KALAMAZOO & SAGINAW R.R.; CASTLETON; WOODLAND; SADDLEBRE L.; WOODBURY; P.M. R.R.; JORDAN L.; MUD L.; Mills; G. Hall; GUN L.; LONG L.; ORANGEVILLE; FISH L.; ORANGEVILLE; PRAIRIEVILLE; WALL L.; MUD L.; GURNSEY L.; CLOVERDALE; PINE L.; HEAD L.; SCHULTZ; HOPE; PODUNK L.; OTIS L.; HASTINGS; QUIMBY;CEDAR CR.; BALTIMORE; MAPLE GROVE; BIG CEDAR L.; SISTER LAKES; DOWLING; HIGH BANK CR.; CLEAR L.; MORGAN; THORNAPPLE RIVER; NASHVILLE; QUAKER BR.; PINE L.; Chu.; Sch.; Cem.; WARNER L.; DOSTER; PRAIRIEVILLE; MILLER L.; CRESSEY; LONG L.; GULL L.; INDIAN LONG L.; GILKEY L.; MILO; CROOKED L.; DELTON; PLEASANT L.; BIG GILKEY L.; BOWKER L.; FAIR L.; BARRY; PITCHFORK L.; HICKORY CNR.; AUGUSTA CR.; BANFIELD; FINE L.; MILL L.; CULVER L.; LONG L.; JOHNSTOWN; BRISTOL L.; MUD L.; LAGEY; WABASCOW CR.; TAYLOR L.; ASSYRIA; ONONDAGA CR.; LEON L.; HIGH HILL L.; EATON CO.; CALHOUN CO.; KALAMAZOO CO. HASTINGS.; Skinner Garage Co.
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Page  46 46 EATON COUNTY. Eaton county was laid out in 1829, and was organized in 1837, and was named in honor of secretary of war John H. Eaton., This county islocated in the south central part of the Lower Peninsula. It is.bounded. on the,.:north by Ionia and Clinton counties, on the east by lmghami county, on the south by Calhoun and Jackson counties and on the west by Barry county. The total land area is 366,033.45 acres, of which about 345.,000 acres are de7-oted to splendid farms. The 1910 census gives Eaton county a population Of 30,499. There are 149 schools, a total enrollment of 5,967 children, requiring the services of 249 teachers. The county has 14 banks, 14 weekly newspapers, good telephone, telegraph and rural mail service. The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $33,785,181. Charlotte is the largest city and the judicial seat of the county. It has a population of.about.'5,000, is located on the Michigan Central and Grand Trunk Railways, 18 miles southwest of Lansing and 59 miles southwest of Grand Rapids. The city is lighted by electricity and gas, has wide, paved streets, fire department, water works, a number of beautiful parks, churches representing the leading denominations, excellent public schools, a library, three newspapers and two banks. The principal manufacturing industries consist of brass lubricator works, foundry, library and dining table factory, auto accessory works, hay fork pulley factory, hiour and grist-mills, brick and tile works, scythe factory, iron culvert works, manufactory of wooden specialties, etc. Other enterprising towns of the county include Grand Ledge, Eaton Rapids, Bellevue, Olivet and Dimondale. Grand Ledge, with a population of about 3,000, is located on the Pere Marquette Railway, sixteen miles northeast of Charlotte and about twelve miles from Lansing. Soft coal is mined to the west of the city, also fire clay for two large sewer pipe works; the city is lighted by electricity, has water works, fire department, telephone service, opera house, two banks, gas works, two union schools, four churches and two weekly newspapers. The manufacturing industries include two chair factories, a foundry, two power companies, sewer pipe and tiling works, flour mill, wire works, paint works, cement block works, planing mill, carriage and wagon works, two grain elevators, etc. Eaton Rapids, another thriving and prosperous city of the county, with a population of about 2,200, is located on the Grand river, upon the Lansing branch of the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway, and also upon the Michigan Central Railway. It is lighted by electricity, the city owning its own plant; has water works, fire department, churches of several denominations, an excellent system of public schools, public library, two banks and an opera house. The city has several thriving manufacturing industries. The entire county is particularly well adapted to farming and from most every town in the county, quantities: of grain, live stock, flour, fruit, butter and eggs are shipped. Transportation facilities of the county are the Grand Trunk, Michigan Central, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and the Pere Marquette Railroads. SC ATTENTIONGIVEN T TOUR SPECMIA ATTENTION GIVEN TO TOURISTS We are just across the street from the Phenix Hotel. We carry a complete stock of auto supplies, the best that money can buy. We also have expert mechanics to do ~ your repairing. Mlake Our Place Your Headquarters When Driving Through Charlotte CHARiLOTTE, ICHO J. A. FRITZ, Prop Q

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Title: EATON COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: IONIA CO.; Sch.; PERE MARQUETTE R.R.; Chu.; Cem.; SUNFIELD; VERMONTVILLE; ROXAND; CHESTER; MULLIKEN; CLINTON CO.; GRAND LED; ONEIDA; MICHIGAN CENTRAL R.R.; POOR FARM; GRAND TRUNK R.R.; POTTERVILL; DELTA; DIMONDALE; WINDSOR; LAKE SHORE MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R.R.; BARRY CO.; CALHOUN CO.; KALAMO; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; KALAMO; BELLEVUE; BATTLE CREEK; OLIVET; WALTON; CARMEL; T. Hall; TILE FACT.; CHARLOTTE; EATON; BROOKFIELD; EATON RAPIDS; T. Hall; HAMLIN; JACKSON CO.; INGHAM CO. CHARLOTTE; J.A. Fritz, Garage; A.B. Collins & Co., Druggists; First National Bank; EATON RAPIDS; R.G. Ferguson, Garage; F.A. Graham, Prescription Druggist; Both Phones; GRAND LEDGE; Wolverine Garage, D.C. Shuart & Son, Dealers in Automobiles and Accessories, 315, 317, 319 South Bridge St.
47I CHARL OTTE. J. A.'Friltz, Garage. -1. 11. Collins & Co., D~rug~gists. Fiirst National Bank. EATON COUNTY MICHIGAN EATON RAPIDS.I RE. G. Fierguso~n, Garage. F. AP. Graham'm Prescription Drugg-ist. Both Phones. GRAND LEDGE. Wolvrerine Garage, D. C. Shuart Son, Dea~lers in Auto-mobiles andlll A~ccessories, 3159 317ý, 319 South 3Bridlge St. IONIAL _ R.6 w.. C~m - -, R, 3 We~ Go& O Cn- r - 0 SLItil MI I m iL '2 N/ 9 12 17 14- /3 8 /-7 16 1 14- 13 18 /7 16 /5 -7 20 21 2 3 2Y 23 24- /93 20 21 2 22 24- P9,202 ~ 30 29i:~6l~Xl~i5 3 0 2 7 6 30 2.9z 28 7.26 2-6' 90 911 -I ~~26 S/ -3.2i~h 33c -4.35 336 13 3/ i3 ~ j 6 2 A 1127115 1~I/ 7 8q /. 13, 2 --2 /9 20 S c e vy 30 1-29 21,)ý 2 6".30 28~Y~(~ Sch~ 10 's -9. 1~ 1/A 5 1) AM m w irw:hý 7 jw ý 3 17 Xd IVV. ob, 0 Z Z44 / M9 11 m a 9i. " b'~86 25 30725 ch.1 Scr Fbd111 ~ 3E if V E a OUN 36 i 3;I ) ýa -36 ~ / 3/~3$~~~lf4~;~~~~ j~[ 11'n `T I, LhiLL--e ___ _ IL-cl- 1(1 Admbb, coo a~~"i i IýN,,Mý Y::41 JA6 KSO~N coo~==~i~

Page  48 48 INGHAIM COUNTY. Ingham county was laid out in 1829 and was organized inl 1838. The county was named in honor of SecretaryS of Treasury Samuel D. Inghamu. This county is located in the south central part of tthe Lowver Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Clinton and Shiawassee counties, on the east by Livingston county, on the, south by Jackson county and on the west by Eaton coiunty. The total land area is 355,2'72.91 acres, of wchichh about 334,000 acres are devoted to splendid farms. The population is about 53,310 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commllissioners in 19119 is $56,119,681. There are 154 schools, requiring 339 teachers, and an enrollment of 8,843 students. The count~y has thirteen banks, two daily and nine weekly newspapers. Excellent telegraph, telephone anid rural miail service is found in every communuity throughout the county. M~ason is the county seat and has a population of about 2,000. It is located on the Michigan Central Rail 'way, and on the Michigan United Traction (electric), 12 miles south of Lansingo and 25 north of Jackrson. It is lighted by electricity, has water works and sewerage system, ~fire department, a ~fine court house, a good public school system, school library, an opera house and two weekly newspapers. The country surrounding is rich and fert~ile and manuy wonderfully productive farms are found. Live stock, fruit, grain and farm produce are largely shipp~ed. Lansing, the cap~itall city of the state, has a population of about 40,000. It is located on the Grand Trunk, M~ichiganu Central, the Lake Shore & M4ichigan Southern and Pere 'Marqruette R~ailroads, also the Michigan United Traction (electric), 37 miles north of Jalckson and 88 northwest of Detroit. The city has beautiful, wide and well paved streets, sp~lendid water works system, is lighted by electricity, excellent police and fire departments, electric light and gas plants, theatres, first-clalss hotels, sixteen public and five parochial schools, including the new, high se.hool just; erected at a cost of over $125,000, a public library costing about $35,00~0, thirty-one churches of most all denominations, a Young M~en's Cbristial, Association, a Young Womolen's Christian Association, twro daily and three weekly newspapers, four banks, etc. The manunfacture of automobiles forms the chief industry of L~ansing, there being twvo large automnobile p~lants located here. Other industries include auto wheel worksx, auto body works, wheelbnarrow factory, several gasoline engine plants, cut glass factories, cigar factories, candy factories, machine shops, foundries, etc. The State Capitol, a magnificent structure in the classic style of architecture, built of stone, brick and iron, and costing, complete, $1,5~10,130.59, was begun in 1872 and finished in 1878. It occupies a beautiful, elevated site, consisting of four blocks, in the heart of the city. The Miichigan Agricultural College, located three miles east of th~e city, on a farm of 684 acres, divided by the Cedar river, is a great attraction to all who visit the city. The State Industrial School for Boys is located in t~he eastern part of the city, on'a farm of 26t0 acr~es. The Mlichigan School for the Blind is lo~cated in the northwrest part of the city, on fine grounds of forty-five acres. A postoffce, costing $150,000, htas been erected. Other towns of the county include, Leslie, population, 1,200; Ly-Fons, popiulation,, 800, and WVilliamston, populaztion, 1,20-0. The countr~y tributary to these towsns is among the richest and muost productive sections in the state. The soil is azdapted t~o many k~inds of grains, fruits, vegetables, etc., and stock raising is all important industry. The transportation facilities of the county include the Grand Tr1unk, Miichigan Central, Pere Marquet~te, Lake Shore & M iichigazn Southern Railroad~s and the M~iichigan United Trac~tionz C~ompany. III Bte nd Edmonds Motor Compn LANSING, MICIHIGAN "BULL DOG" Gas En ines, Power Driven P, ms Contractors' Hoists, Elevators, Trench Pumps and Electric Lighting outfits. OIL ENGINES Our line is most comprehensive. Over 40,000 of our engines in operation. 25 H. P. Generator Set Mlanufacturers since 1899 lV2, HO.3i.DahamPm.1 4 - -- - - - V -- - --c - - - - - -r I I II I I I LADIES' BATH HOUJRS GENTLEMEN'IYS BAITH HOURSS 8 A. Me TO 3 P.W.M 8 TO) 12 A. MeI; 4 TO 8 P. Me9 Michiggan Karlsbad Sanitortum. LAN~SING, MIICHIGAN THE DYER=JENISONmBARRY CO., Ltd* INCORPORATED 1898 Doing, a General Insurance Business Michigan Surplus L 'ines Solicited Unequalled Facilities JIMMIE~~ STAFFORDR EXPERT MBIASSEUR TELEPHONES:~ S CITZ., 2745i BELL 64S M"ain OBffice, Lansing, Mic~ih.

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Title: Ingham County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Clinton Co.; P.M. R.R.; School; LANSING; East Lansing; Pine L.; Church; Haslett Park; Shiawasseer Co.; Cem.; Grand R.R.; Grand Trunk R.R.; Okemos; Cedar River; T. Hall; LOCKE; Bell Oak; Lake Shore; LANSING; MERIDIAN; Pere Marquett R.R.; WILLIAMSTON; Meridian; Williamston; Michigan Central R.R.; Sycamore Cr.; ALAIEDON; Dobie L.; Webberville; School; DELHI; Church; Holt; Delhi; Cem.; T. Hall; Hall; Le Roy; Grand River; Traction; WHEATFIELD; N. Aurelius; Mason; AURELIUS; VEVAY; INGHAM; Dansville; WHITE OAK; Aurelius; Eden; White Oak; Grand River; ONONDAGA; BUNKER HILL; Lowe L.; M.C. R.R.; School; Winfield; N. Leslie; LESLIE; Bunker Hill; STOCKBRIDGE; Jacobs L.; Eaton Co.; Onondaga; Jackson Co.; Base Line of Michigan; Leslie; Cem.; Church; Fitchburg; G.T. R.R.; Stockbridge; Livingston Co. Lansing.; Tracy Auto Tire & Repair Co., 318 Michigan Ave. East.; The Dyer-Jenison-Barry Co., Ltd., Insurance, Real Estate and Loans.; A.M. Emery, Office Supplies, Printing, Stationery.; Hotel Wentworth, W.G. Kerns.; Hotel Downey.; Lansing State Savings Bank.; Leslie.; St. Clair Bros., Garage.; Mason.; Hotel Hawley.; Farmers Bank, A J Hall Cashier.; North Lansing.; Ward & Scarlett Co., Chevrolet and Monroe Motor Cars.; Williamston.; Hotel Glaser, J.J. Glaser
49 LIANSING. Trarrcy Auto Tir'ie & - nepairi Co~., 318 M~ichigan A ive. East. ThIe D-yer-Jenison-Ba- s frry Co., LJtd., I~nsurapnce, Iteal Estsate andcl Loans. A. 3lI. Exnerisy, Oflice Supp~lies, Prinlt-. b-ig Stationlery. Hotlael W~entwortfh, W.G.Kens Hotel Dow-iiraicy. Lansinga~ Stalte Sa~vings Bank. ING AM u u NTY 0"40 MICHIGAN LESLIE., St. Clair iBros., GQarage. MrASON. HoXtel Ha-%~vlcT. Fiarniers Bank, A J Hall Cashier. NORTH LANSING.SI~~ WSard & Scarlettd Co., ChevrolXet andd,flonrlfoe Motor Cars. W7ILLIAMST ON.~ Hotel Glaser, J. J. Glaser. A I 1 t"s, 27D9f I FC Ililsu'J1~;`c.~ W/0 W~-- _ _*-ý_, rsEýýA M99A WM y/l V, 1 ~5:` Crri~C,rl_pKasbY zi. -I--. r7 sj4,1 29 B 21, d'K_ PP LBCI;nigl &W Z--ff F--+,W m AL or 33 ii 1 1 t 1 N -j E --L V f I I -I 19 I' - 329lzc F ~L ~,,?P; 'Ilkl U k\ 26 Ul m ZA rlg ~ 3.5l 171 R sR. 7 SHIA ti I ~h' i3Oo c 04,' et2~"~,\~" ~s \ ~s~-~12~314 r "ý.g AV RANS NC- A 45P~ll L~1 --13s\~ 3z Rol k/6 /7,a I~I~PS~~Pdgl6 1~~1 ~;Ji ~4F~i~ -36 IN-7 C9 /,0 12 7 2 CL3/ 21 1 23 24- C k 4 I MIN '26 c 1 30 29 -'i6 35~'/4.I ~3U c or -3 6 4026~2 yc 2 21Fl~ 0141 U2 UR 62. ~ E N 2 04~1 ~1" 34 66.56 JL~I 0 CHIGANN rNi ii it b 1 d r la k;l ýCýýc ýo 07 3L YY\ F V-~ 04WL-451 1 49-RF- -B4 6L-LL;LrcL p,70 2-,,IT 2 16~gg Ij I 1 27!AUR -3 /0~ T,Da 26:bI uUc 1. I-JL-'RL,, 19 20 W 22 E223l 3 ~7 ~ h~~245 r s I I ý tj &-b.%o 16 &o Nom A. 1.U. ).06bjj.! JLJJL JLN JLU

Page  50 so LIVINGSTON COUNTY. Livingston county was laid out in 183'3 and was organized in 1836. It was named in honor of Edward Livingston, then secretary of state and subsequently minister to France. This county is located towards -the southeastern part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Shiawassee and Genesee counties, on the east by Oakland county, -on the south by Washitenaw county and onl the west b~y Ingham county. The total land area is 370,871.03 acres, of which about 350,000 acres are in farms which are among the very best in the state. The population is 17,J36 (1910 census). In 19,11, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $22,502',238. on-all taxable lands in the county. There are 137 schools, 3,413 students in attendance, requiring the services of 19.9 teachers. The county has eight banks and seven weekly newsp~apers. Good telegraph, telephone And rural mail service is found in every community. Howell is the judicial seat, also the largest town in the county, having about 2,500 inhabitants. It is located, on the Pere Marquette and Ann Arbor Railroads, 34 miles southeast of Lansing and 54 northwest of Detroit. It is lighted by elec.tricity, has a fine system. of water works, a fire department, seven churches, a central high and two ward schools, a $15,000, library, a $25,000 court house, opera house, good hotels, two banks and up-to-date newspapers. A large condensed milk factory, using about 70,000 po~unds of milk daily, is located here. Other industries consist of wire specialty works, creamery, flour-mills, planing-mills, cigar factories;, grain elevators, etc. This is the location of the State Sanitorium for Tuberculosis and is the second largest Holstein cattle center in America. M1owlerv*'11_Il-hs- _0laio - bot1,000. T4ilcte n h4Pr"Mr

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Title: Livingston County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Shiawassee Co.; School; Cem.; Cohoctah; Church; E. Cohoctah; Genesee Co.; Deer Creek; Indian L.; Ryan L.; Laird L.; Runyon L.; CONWAY; Hall; Sprague Creek; COHOCTAH; DEERFIELD; Madison; TYRONE; Ore Cr.; T. Hall; East Br. Cedar River; Oak Grove; Fowlerville; HOWELL; Ann Arbor R.R.; Parshallville; Cem.; Hall; School; HANDY; Cedar Cr.; Church; Fleming; OCEOLA; T. Hall; HARTLAND; Hartland; Brophy L.; Pere Marquette R.R.; South Br. Shiawassee River; Thompson L.; Long L.; Mich. State Sanitarium; Ann Pere; Long L.; Iosco; IOSCO; MARION; GENOA; Crooked L.; BRIGHTON; Palmer L.; School; Cem.; Cedar L.; Chilson; Brighton; Church; Plainfield; PUTNAM; Walker L.; Island L.; GREEN OAK; Green Oak; UNADILLA; Gregory Anderson Grand Trunk; Rush L.; Pettysville; HAMBURG; Huron River; Silver L.; Ingham Co.; Washtenaw Co.; Woodbury L.; Unadilla; Base Line of Michigan; Patterson; Pinckney; Portage L.; Bass L.; Base Line L.; Strawberry L.; Hamburg; Whitmore L.; Rushton; Oakland Co. Brighton.; Brighton Garage, W.D. Pitkin & Son Props.; Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Auto Supplies, Repair Work.; Fowlerville.; Roy T. Sprague, Automobile Accessories, Supplies and Repairs
. 5 BRIGHTO~~ ON. JBrightton G~arag~e, Wa. D. Pitkijilm & So-n Propsbp. Automollobiles, G~aso~li-ne E-n-gines, Autor Supyplies, Replpair Ll VINGSTON CO uNTY POWLERVILLE.EI~~ Roylr T. Sprague, Aut~omobile Ae iccesso;ries,, Suigpplies and P ftepairs. 'SH~IA VASEEE R. 3 Bo Q, )i 4- 1-]. 2. 5 F d6 ro fll TAb~o'.G-oo,co POE E3 R.7 E coo. IR I /C 922224,rA-T~ -.-1 f- ms/ ~ ý4 - - -U - I -49-LL-J SL M --J 11 I 11 ~I T I 1 i 30 FW-ý ý q a ýýyý @qý 1, -Qgý~1~-IMC~ N4;4P r 7 19l X.7 20 III I f t I I k 1.29. la l 27' 26 1 2 30 d7 6 3/3/~ 3.Mg-IIg 13/i ~133 31. 31 -3 Clio t 00) P oo ~ HALIVL:-e c~ 32 a ~ G ~L 3 ~h I ZI2 2 2 2 3 2 /9BF ~h 2 28 6ý 25CqUZ 2< 2 0 50 II IT'A Se~.h4 sc &~'h~~h-U / - 3 11 rJ~ 6~~ Ila e 1,n 74 36 3 36 3 O fSCQ1 ck~lls /3i 5 ~,g MIt kik cq1 ~n l~~ i tLc41 2 4- 21 ~o E4 2 ED~.. C) O~ 34-& [2 c l E 0 O.r /N p. Tor N 9 2s B a R\rv~ ~ hj~2s3r 6 / 4 -rf E N A'WW~--~,~W BA L, OF 3

Page  52 S2 OAKLA1ND COUNTY. Oakland county was laid out in 1819 and organized in 1820. The county was so named because,' of the numerous oak openings. Bela Hubbard, in his "Memorials of a Hlalf Century," speaks of the character of the "opnig" asthto 46a majestic o"chard of oaks and hickories varied by small prairies, grassy loams and clear lakes." It is located in the southeastern part of the Lower Peninsula, and is bounded on the 'north by Genesee and Lapeer counties, on the east by Macomb county, on the south by Washtenaw and Wayne counties, and on the west by Livingiston and Genesee counties.. The total land area is 575,400..15 acres, of which about 543,000 acres are in farms which are among the finest in the state. The population is 49,576 (United States census 19:10). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the, state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $55,543,810. The county has a splendid school system. There are 213 -schools, an enrollment of 9.,407 students last year, requiring 379. teachers. There are 22' banks, I daily and 1 monthly and eleven weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is found in every locality. -Pontiac, the largest city, also the judicial seat of the county, has about 16,000 inhabitants. It is located- on the Clinton river, on the Detroit United Railway (electric), the Grand Trunk, and the Pontiac, Oxford &. INorthern Railroads, 26 miles northwest of Detroit and 57 miles - southwest of Port Huron. The city is beautifully located in the heart of Michigan's inland lake district, has broad and well-shaded streets, is lighted by electricity, has water works, an efficient' fire departmient, sewerage system, churches of the leading denominations, eight graded schools and a $70,00.0, high school building, a public library, theaters, first class hotels, a public hospital, a court house costing $120,000, a handsome city hall, four ~banks, a daily and weekly newspaper, and is the location of the Pontiac State Hos-...................pital. The'larger manufactur- ing ftindustries included a wire fence factory, spring factory, planing-mills, bending works, and manufactories of auto, tops, autos, motor trucks, knit goods, paint, leather goods, bean pickers, and seeders, woodwork., wheels,

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Title: Oakland County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Sch; S. Gd. Blanc; Sch.; Cem.; Stony Run; HOLLY; GROVELAND; Gritchett; GROVELAND; T. Hall; Ortonville; BRANDON; Bald Eagle L.; Oakwood; OXFORD; Michigan Central R.R.; G. Hall; Oxford; G. Hall; Chu.; ADDISON; Lakeville; Lakeville L.; Leonard; Shlawassee R.; Sch.; ROSE; Rose Center; Cem.; Pere Marquette R.R.; Davisburg; HOLLY; Olive Branch; AUSTIN; Long L.; Springfield; Chu.; Clarkston; Whiffle L.; Brandon; Orion; ORION; Oakland; T. Hall; Long L.; Chu.; Sch.; White Lake; Clyde Duck L.; Sch.; White L.; Big L.; Sch.; Springfield; Independence; Big L.; Grand Trunk R.R.; WATERFORD; Macedry L.; Drayton Plains; Clintoville; Waterford; Eames Sta.; Goodison; Stoney Creek; Rochester; Cem.; W. Highland; Highland; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; MILFORD; WHITE LAKE; Long L.; Cedar; Ox Bow L.; Ox Bow; Cedar Island; Cem.; Long L.; Commerce; Green L.; Four Towns; Union L.; T. Hall; WATERFORD; PONTIAC; Gass L.; Orchard Lake; Cass Park; Heego; Sch.; Pine L.; Clinton River; Grand Trunk R.R.; Cem.; Rouge; Troy Cors.; MILFORD; Huron River; Sch.; Cem.; Kensington; New Hudson; Grand Marquette R.R.; Commerce L.; COMMERCE; Lower Sts. L.; Wixom; Walled Lake; Upper Sts. L.; WEST BLOOMFIELD; N. Farmington; Walnut Park; Franklin; Birmingham; Bloomfield Centre; Pine L.; TROY; Big Beaver; Clawson; T. Hall; LYON; South Lyon; Chu.; Cem.; Sch.; School; W. Novi; NOVI; Novi Cors.; Sch.; FARMINGTON; Farmington; SOUTHFIELD; River; ROYAL OAK; Royal Oak; Urban Rest; Genesee Co.; Lapeer Co.; Macomb Co.; Washtenaw Co.; Wayne Co.; Livingstone Co. Pontiac; E.P. Waldron, Real Estate
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Page  54 54 MACOMB COUNTY. Macomb county was laid out and organized in 1818 and was named in honor of Alex Macomb, a general in the Unifed States army. This county is located in the southeastern part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north- by Lapeer and St. Clair counties, on the east by St. Clair county, Anchor bay, And Lake St. Clair, on- the south by Lake St. Clair and Wayne county, -and on the west by Oakland county. The total land area is 300,0301.20 acres, of which about 287,00'0 acres are in splendid farms. The Population is 32,606 (1910 census). The valuation o0f taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $41,803,462. The county has 123 schools,. attended by 5,808 students last year,' requiring 203 teachers. There are seventeen banks, one daily and eleven weekly newspapers. Excellent telegraph, telephone and* rural mail. serve is found in every community throughout the county. Mount Clemens is the judicial seat and the largest city in the county. The population is about. 9;000. The city is located on theGrand Trunk Railwa-y, 36 miles from Port Huron and 2.1 from Detroit, and on the Detroit United Railway, two and one-half miles from Lake St. Clair., It has city w'ater works, fire departwent, electric lights, a fine high school and five ward buildings, a fine public library, churches of the leading denominations, an oplera house, three banks, three newspapers, etc. This city is known as the "Carlsbad of America" and is visited every year by thousands of health seekers. The estimated amount now invested in the mineral wells, the hotels, boarding houses and bath houses devoted to the treatmentof visitors is about $35,000,000. Romeo, a town of about 2,000 inhabitants, is located on the Grand Trunk Railroad and on the Detroit United Electric Railway, 20,miles northwest of Mount Clemens and 40 from Detroit. It has a municipally-owned water works and electric light plant, about sixteen miles of sidewalks, churches of the Congregational, Baptist, Christian, Lutheran and Methodist denominations, a central school building valued at $35,000 and two ward schools, a new $10,000 public library, an opera house, two banks and a weekly newspalper. The town is surrounded by one of the best farming districts in the state. Rlichmond has a population of about 1,500. It is located on the Grand Trunk and Michigan Central Railways, about.16 miles northeast of Mount Clemens and 38 miles northeast of Detroit. It is supported by a rich agricultural section, and has Congregational, Methodist Episcopal, Baptist, German Evangelical, Lutheran and Catholic churches, two schools, good hotels, an opera house, two banks and two newspapers, and a number of prosperous manufacturing establishments. The shipm'ents comprise grain, butter, eggs, apples and live stock. Other thriving towns of the county are Armada, Fraser, New Haven, Utica and Warren. The principal transportation facilities of the county include the Grand Trunk, Michigan Central, Pere Marquette Railroads, and the Detroit United Railway (electric').

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Title: Macomb County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Lapeer Co.; St. Clair Co.; Oakland Co.; Wayne Co.; BRUCE; ARMADA; Armada; ROMEO; Cem. Sch.; Memphis; RICHMOND; WASHINGTON; Sch.; Cem.; Mt. Vernon; Washington; Chu.; Story Cr.; Davis; Ray Center; RAY; LEONX; Meade; New Haven; Shelby; Grand Trunk R.R.; Utica; Macomob; MACOMB; M. Waldenburg; Waldenburg; Chesterfield; Clinton River; D.A.; CHESTER FIELD; PC; Sch.; Milton; New Baltimore; St. Clair; Salt River; Anchor Bay; Plum Cr.; STERLING; Beaver Cr.; Michigan Central R.R.; Clinton River; Sch. Cem.; CLINTON; CADY; Chu.; P.C.; United R.R.; MT. CLEMENS; Cem; P.C.; Harrison; WARREN; Red Run; Sch.; WARREN; Center Line; Chu. Cem.; Michigan Central R.R.; ERIN; Fraser; ROSEVILLE; LAKE; P.C.; LAKE ST. CLAIR; Grosse Pte. Shores -
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Page  56 56 ST.CL-TAIR COUNTTY. St. Clair county was laid out and organized in 1821 and is: thought to have been named in honor of Gen. Arthur St. Clair, first governor of the Northzwestý Territory. This county is located in'about the southeastern part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Sanzilac. county, on the east by Lake Huron and the St. Cilair river, on the south by Anchor Bay, Lake St. Clair and M~acomb county, and on the west by Lapeer county. The total land area of the county is 4439391-12 acres, of which about 415,000 acres are already in wonderfully productive farms. The population is 52,341 (1010 census;). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $49,4700,323. There are 174 schools, an enrollment of 9,802, students,' giving positions to 336 teachers. The county has fifteen banks, one daily and ten weekly newspapers-, also good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Port Huron is the judicial seat and largest city in the county and has a population of about 23,000. The city is advantageously located at the foot of Lake Huron at; the head of St. Clair river, sixty-five miles by water, and fifty-seven by rail from Detroit, and one hundred and thirteen from Lans~ing. It has seven miles of water fronzt, three miles of which are given over to ideal homes and b~athing beaches. It is a station on1 the Pere M~arquette andd the Grand Trunk Railways, with the Detroit United Railway inzterurban line to~ Detroit. Two ferry lines connect the -city with Sarnia and Port EdwYard, on the Canaadianz side of the river. The railway tunnel under the St. Clair river, built by the Grand T'runki Railway, is one of - the greatest engineer'ing achievements on the continent. It is over a mile in length frbm the American to the Canzadian side and cost about $3,0100,,0001 to build. This is an important port of entry and a large customs business is transacted. There are two dry docks and three ship yards. The city is lighted by electricity, has broad cement walks, twenty-five miles of good pavement, modern system of water works, thormiphlv Pnninnpfl fire, d1Pnrtment._ nollop, tUpnrtmmtnt_ nbont seventv-fiv'p acres of

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Title: St. Clair County Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Sanilac Co.; Sch.; Chu; Sch; Cem.; Cem; Chu.; Yale; Chu; Jeddo; LYNN; T. Hall; BROCKWAY; GREENWOOD; Mill; GRANT; Lynn; Pere Marquette R. R.; Blayne; Lake Port; Pere Marquette; BURTCHVILLE; Brockway; Atkins; Mt. Salem; Avoca; North Street; FORT; MUSSEY; EMMETT; KENOCKEE; Ruby; CLYDE; LAKE HURON; Black River; Gardendale; GRATIOT; Capac; Grand Trunk R.R.; Emmet; Kenockee; Abbottsford; Goodells; St. Clair Co. Farm; Thornton; Hotel; BERLIN; RILEY; WALES; KIMBALL; WL; Riley Center; Wales; Burns; Kimball; PORT HURON; Pere Marquette R. R.; Lamb; Lapeer Co.; Smiths; Macomb Co.; Berville; Doyle; Memphis; Lambs; PORT HURTON; Columbus; COLUMBUS; Battle Run; ST. CLAIR; Pine River; D.U.R.R.; St Clair; Michigan Central R. R.; Butlins; Adair; Carlton; CASCO; CHINA; China; Creamery; Casco; Peters; EAST CHINA; IRA; Marine City; New Baltimore; Anchorville; Fair Haven; COTTRELLVILLE; P.C. 188; Macomb Co.; CLAY; P.C 200; D.U.R.R.; ST. CLAIR RIVER; P.C. 203; PC 311; P.C. 309; P.C. 301; P.C. 106; PC 138; PC 197; P.C 190; Algonac Capac; The Capac Garage, Leach Bros & Wheeler; Dealers in Auto Supplies, New and Second-Hand Automobiles, Repair Work; The Capac Savings Bank; Four Per Cent; Interest on Savings; Yale; First National Bank; Harrington Hotel; Port Huron; The Commercial Bank; Hotel Harrington; Rates, UNS.50 to 57.00 Per Day; American Plan; St. Clair; Commercial and Savings Bank; A. W. Heythaler, City Garage, Repairing and Accessories
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Page  58 S8 LAPEER COUNTY.. Ijap~eer county was ~laid out in 1822 and was organized in 1835. The name was taken from t~he French wo~rd "L~a Pierre,'" whichz means flint stones. It is located in about the east central p~art; of the Lower P'eninsula, and: is bounded on the. north by9 Tuscola and Sanzilac counties, on the eatst by Sanilac and Saint; Clair counties, on the -south b~y,Oakland a~nd MPaco~mbi count~ies and on the west by Gene-see county. Total land area is 423,535.96 acres, of which abo~ut 400,000: acres-~are in fine farms. TThe population of the countyT is 261,033. (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated ~by the:sttate board: of t 'ax commissioners in 1911, is $21,06j0,841. The school system in this county is equal in every respect to that of the other ýounties_. There are 1.35 schools, att~ended by 5,491 students, supplying positions for 205 teachers. There are sixteen b~anks and seven weekly new~lpap~ers. Good teleEphone, telegraplh -and rural mnail service are found, t~hroughout the count~ty. Lap~eer is tthe judicial seat and the largest citty in the coiuntly, with a pop~ulat~ion of about 4,000. It is: located on t~he Flint river at the crossingf of the Grand Trunkr and Michiganu C~entral Railroads, in t~he heart of one of thze richest and most product-- ive agricultural sections in thze st~ate, 46, m3iles west of P-ort Huron and 60 nIorth of D~etroit. There are churches of the Ep~iscopal, Baptis~t, Miethzodist Pr-otestant, P'resbyterian and Catholic denominations, and public schools; whzich rank among the b~est in the state. T~he-Michigan Home for thne F'ee~ble-M~inded and Ep~pileptic is located here on 360 acres of land. The city is lighted byr elect~ricity -isa~faewter workis system, good fire deplartment,, comuplete sew7Ferage system:, wide and well-pave~d sttreets, a library, first-class hzot.els, three banks, two~o live weekly newsplaperrs, etc*. ~The ma-nufa~cturing industries consist of flour-mlills, stove factory, foundry and m~achine shops,

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Title: Lapeer County Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Tuscola Co.; Cem; Sch.; Cem.; Silverwood; P.M. R.R.; Chu.; Clifford; RICH; Sch; BURLINGTON; Sanilac Co.; Sanilac Co.; Squaw L.; Chu; P. M. R.R; Squaw Cr.; North Branch; Otter Lake; PM R.R; BURNSIDE; NORTH BRANCH; Burnside; MARATHON; DEERFIELD; Hall; Cedar Cr.; Miller's L; Barnes L.; Grove Cr.; N. Br of Flint River; Columbiaville; Bottom Cr.; Sanillac Co.; Michigan Central R. R.; Clear L.; Flint R.; McKeen L.; OREGON; West L.; T. Hall; MAYFIELD; ARCADIA; Stanton L.; GOODLAND; Pleasant L.; Pero L.; Bronson L.; Millville; Long L.; Lume; Yerex Crs; Goodland; Davie L.; Mill Cr.; Shu; Porter L; LAPEER; Pleasant L.; Elba; Grand Trunk R. R.; Elk L.; Attica; Imlay City; ELBA; Nepessing L.; LAPEER; Flint River; ATTICA; IMLAY; Hasler Cr.; Hunters Creek; Hunters Cr.; Belle River; Farmers Cr.; Pontiac Oxford Northern R.R.; Hadley; Metamora; Dryden; HADLEY; METAMORA; DRYDEN; ALMONT; Almont; P.M. R.R.; Genesee Co.; Oakland Co.; Big Fish L.; Davison L.; Macomb Co.; Clinton R.; St. Clair Co. Almont; Wolverine Garage, Gould & Loague Proprs.; Storing and Repairing of Autos; Accessories; Autos for Hire; Imlay City; D. W. Hoisington, Ford Agency; Lapeer; Hotel Elaine, J. F. Miles Propr.; UNS.50 and 225.00 Per Day; Meals, 50 Cents; J. N. Gardiner, Druggist; First National Bank; State Savings Bank
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Page  60 60 GENESEE COUNTY. Genesee county was laid out in 1835, organized in 1836, and was named from that part of -New York from whence many of its settlers had come. The name originated with the Chenussio tribe of Indians and means "beautiful valley." The county is located in the east central part of the Lower Peninsula. Its boundaries are, Saginaw and Tuscola counties on the north, Lapeer county on the east, Livingston and Oakland counties on the south, and Shiawassee and Saginaw" counties on the west. The total land area comprises 403,979.92 acres. Of this number,,about 390,000 acres are devoted to farms, which are wonderfully productive. The federal census of 1910 gives the county a population of about 64,555. In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $65,385,459 on all taxable lands. There are 177 schools, requiring 380 teachers, and a total of 11,436 students in attendance. The county has nineteen banks, two daily and nine weekly newspapers, excellent telephone, telegraph and rural mail service. Flint is the judicial seat of the county, also the largest city. Population 38,550 (census 1910). This city has had a wonderful growth, showing an increase in population during the last decade of about 25,000. It has an area of twelve square miles and is located on both banks of the Flint river, 34 miles from Saginaw, 49' from Lansing and 68 from Detroit. It has excellent facilities for the shipment of the products of its factories. It is on the Grand Trunk and Pere Mlarquette Railways, also the Detroit United Electric and the Saginaw & Flint Electric Railways. The city is laid out with fine, wide and beautifully shaded streets, is lighted by electricity and gas, has a water works plant valued at $775,000, has 70. miles of water mains, a thoroughly equipped fire department, 15. acres of parks, a police department, 16 public schools employing 150- teachers, 25 churches, 3 hospitals, 12 hotels, efficient sewer system, electric street car system, a public library, a new $125,000 Y. M. C. A. building, a $130,000 Mlasonic temple, a new city hall, a $100,000 court house, a $75,000 postoffice, 5 banks, a $110,000 high school, theaters, a daily newspaper and two weeklies. Flint is the home of the Michigan school for the deaf, which is surrounded by 200 acres of beautifully laid out grounds. It is also the location of one of the largest automobile plants in the world, three other growing automobile plants, and an immense quantity of vehicles of almost every description are manufactured. Other industries include an electric stove plant, a steel spring plant, an automobile parts plant, automobile carburetor plant. saw and planing-mills, flour-mills. gasoline engine works, and plants for the manufacture of axles, wheels, carriage hardware, auto bodies, varnish, paint, electric and gas fixtures, pumps, cigars, brooms, cigar boxes, rugs, paper, brick, boilers, mattresses, ladders, woolen goods, potash, show cases, furniture, heaters, 'etc. Fenton, located on the Grand Trunk Railway, sixteen miles south of Flint and -with a poulation of about 2,500, is the next largest town of the county. It has churches of several denominations, fine high school building, opera house, good hotels, two banks, city hall and fire station and municipally owned water works and electric light plant. Its principal industries include a screen door factory, water works, machinery factory, cement works, flour-mill, creamery, carriage and wagon works, foundry and machine shop, cheese factory and two grain elevators. It is situated in a rich agricultural section and in the vicinity of several attractive lakes, including Long lake, which is surrounded by summer cottages and with which Fenton is connected by an electric; railway. The other principal towns of the county are Flushing, Clio, Davidson, Mount Morris, Montrose, Linden, and Gaines, all of which are located in a highly productive agricultural section and from which grain, hay, fruit, potatoes and other farm products are largely shipped. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Pere Marquette, Grand Trunk and the Michigan Central Railways, Detroit United Traction Company, -and the Saginaw and Flint Railway (electric). -I I ~ ', - - I I, r Incorporated Under the Laws of the, State of Michigan. Capital Stock $100,000.00. The Guaranty Title and Mortgage Company I I I WEST KEARSLEY ST., FLINT, MICH. OUR SERVICES-- Complete Abstracts of Title Real Estate Mortgage Loans Conveyancing of All Forms Certified Surveys, Appraisals OUR MOTTO-" Courtesy--Efficiency--Responsibility" Make Our Office Your Headqu~arters for Abstracts, Dee~ds, Mortgages, Contracts, Etc. Nio Loan Too Large To Consider. Farm Loans a Specialty. C. W. ALLEN A. A. BURCHY Res. Phone 1609-J Res. Phone 11S0-M We Buy, Sell,, Exchange Farms and City Property ROVE cares for nervous and mental cases E ALLEN & BURCHY (A HOSPITAL) of drug and alcoholic addiction. Bo REAL ESTATE FLINT, MICH. terms on application. Phone 1873 209 FLINT P. SMITH BLDG. FLINT, MICH. WILLYS KNIGHT OVERLAND AUTO]VOBILE.S L. D. GILLETT North Saginaw St. Flint, Michigan and those ýoklet and

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Title: Genesee County Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Saginaw Co.; Tuscola Co.; School; Pine Run Cr.; Church; Buell L.; Otter Lake; MONTROSE; Cem; Clio; Farrandville; Pine Run; THETFORD; FOREST; Sister Lake; Montrose; Brent Run Cr.; Hall; VIENNA; Donaldson Cr.; Cem.; Otisville; Saginaw Co.; Whitesford; Mt. Morris; Brent Creek; Flint River; Genesee; FLUSHING; MT MORRIS; Pere Marquette R.R.; GENESEE; RICHFIELD; Richfield; Flint River Junction; Flushing; Kersley Cr.; Flint; Davison; Patee L.; Grand Trunk RR; Grand Trunk R.R.; CLAYTON; T. Hall; DAVISON; Lennon; FLINT; BURTON; Poor Farm; Swartz Creek; Pere Marquette R. R.; Kersley Cr.; Hasler L.; GRAND BLANC; Grand Trunk R. R; GAINES; MUNDY; Grand Blanc; ATLAS; Atlas; Duffield; Rankin; Goodrich; Shinanguac L.; Gaines; L. Copnaconie; Slack's L.; Lapeer Co.; Grand Trunk R.R.; Oakland Co.; FENTON; Long L.; ARGENTINE; Loon L.; Squaw L.; McKaslin L.; Shiawassee River; Mud L.; Myers L.; McKane L.; Linden; Silver L; Shiawassee Co.; Livingston Co.; Lordfell L.; Pine L.; Fenton; Oakland Co. Clio; Clio State Bank; Davison; Garage and Repair Shop; Phone 104; Fenton; Fenton State Savings Bank; Mt. Morris; Bank of Mt. Morris, Stanley & Vandewalker, Bankers; Flint; Lloyd Drug Co., 2808 St. Johns St., 2320 N. Saginaw St.; Genesee County Abstract Co.; Woolfitt & Macomber, Real Estate and Fire Insurance; Martin & Zimmerman Co., Drugs and Photo Supplies; Abraham-Foss Co., Sporting Goods; Hotel Bryant, American Plan, UNS.50 and 266.00
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Page  62 62 SHIAWASSEE COUNTY. Shiawassee county was laid out in 1822 and was organized in 1837. The name is taken from the river extending through the county which derives the name from the words meaning "straight ahead." It is located in about the south central part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Saginaw county, on the east by Genesee county, on the south by Ingham and Livingston counties, and on the west by Clinton county. The total land area is 345,200.32 acres. Of this number, about 328,000 acres are in splendid farms. The population is 33,246 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $30,723,295. There are 128. schools, furnishing positions for 251 teachers, and a total enrollment-of 6,515 students. The county has twelve banks, two daily- and nine weekly newspapers. Telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is found throughout the county. Corunna, the judicial seat of the county, has a population of about 1,384. It is located on the Grand Trunk Railway and the Ann Arbor Railroad, the Owosso & Corunna Electric Railway, and on both sides of the Shiawassee river, three miles from Owosso, thirty-nine south of Saginaw, thirty northeast of Lansing, twenty-two west of Flint and seventy-five northwest of Detroit. It has Episcopal, Presbyterian, Methodist, Free Methodist and Baptist churches, a fine school house, a library, a beautiful park, a court house costing about $142,00).0 abank, two weekly newspapers. Furniture, lumber,' flout, robes and cigars a-re manufactured, and coal is mined and shipped. Owosso is the largest city in the county and has about 11.000 inhabitants. It is situated on the Shiawassee river and on the Ann Arbor, the Grand Trunk and Michigan Central roads, three miles northwest of Corunna, twenty-eight from Lansing and seventy-eight from Detroit. The city is lighted by electricity, has a municipal water works system, six miles of street paving, sewerage system, fire department, opera house, a $65,000 post office, four school buildings, churches -of many denominations, three banks, two daily newspapers, etc. The car shops of the Ann Arbor Railroad are located here, giving employment to a large number of men. The city's manufacturing interests include the second largest casket company in the world, one of the biggest motor truck factories in the United States, a table plant, stove works, iron and engine works, screen door and sash works, one of the largest butter concerns in the State, packing house, artificial ice plant, handle works, carriage and sleigh works, knitting works, planing mills, flour mill, sugar plant, etc. Other important towns of the county all located in good agricultural sections are Bancroft, Byron, Durand, Laingsburg, Morrice, Perry, and Vernon.. Durand, with a population of about 2,500, is located at the junction of the Grand Trunk, Grand Trunk Western- and Ann Arbor Railroads, eight miles southeast-of Corunna, seventeen from Flint and sixty-seven from Detroit. The Grand Trunk Railroad has spent something like $300,000 on property in and around Durand, including a round house, one of the largest on its system, a $100,0.00 depot, coal chutes, carpenter shop and foundry, etc. The city has a municipally-owned electric light and water plant, Congregational, Episcopal, Methodist, Baptist, Christian and Catholic churches, two school buildings, a combination fire hall, council chamber, public library and city office building, a fire department, seven miles of sewers, a creamery, machine and stamping works, a hoop works, flour mill, two grain elevators, a $10,000 Y. M. C. A. building, two banks, a weekly newspaper, etc.. Transportation facilities of the county are the Grand Trunk, Michigan Central, Ann Arbor Railroads, and the Michigan United Traction Company (electric).

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Title: Muskegon County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: WHITE RIVER; MONTAGUE; WHITE HALL; Cem.; Sch.; Hall; Chu.; Montague; White River; Whitehall; BLUELAKE; T. Hall; Little Blue L.; Big Blue L.; Round L.; HOLTON; Brunswick; White Lake; Sch.; Pere Marquette R.R.; Duck L.; FRUITLAND; Dalton; T. Hall; Cem. Sweet Sta.; DALTON; Fox L.; Goose L.; Twin Lakes; Twin L.; Berry Sta.; CEDAR CREEK; Mud L.; Duck L.; Clam L.; Chu.; Sch.; LAKETON; North Muskegon; Muskegon Lake; MUSKEGON; Cedar Creek; Muskegon River; Sch. Co. Farm; Carr L.; Almer; Wolf L.; R.G.H & M.; EGGLESTON; MOORLAND; CASANOVIA; Slocum; Cem.; Bailey;Chu.; Moon; Half Moon L.; LAKE MICHIGAN; NORTON; Muskegon Heights; Little Black L.; Ottawa; Lake Harbor; T. Hall; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; Mona L.; Cloverville; FRUITPORT; Fruitport; SULLIVAN; Sullivan; RAVENNA; Crockery Cr.; Oceana Co.; Newao Co.; Kent Co.; Ottawa Co. Muskegon; The Union National Bank; W. W. Barcus, Inc., Real Estate and General Insurance
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Title: Shiawassee County Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Saginaw Co.; Chu.; Sch.; Sch; Cem.; Easton; Lothrop; Chu; FAIRFIELD; RUSH; West Haven; NEW HAVEN; HAZELTON; Ann Arbor R.R.; Carland; Henderson; Misteruguay Cr; Shiawassee River; CALEDONIA; VENICE; Middlebury; Burton; Grand Trunk; Owosso; T. Hall; MIDDLEBURY; OWOSSO; Kirby; Lennon; Maple River; Corunna; Shiawassee River; Cem; Michigan Central R. R.; Bennington; Vernon; Trand Trunk R.R; SCIOTA; BENNINGTON; SHIAWASSEE; Durand; Laingsburg; Hall; VERNON; Looking Glass River; Bancroft; Grand Trunk R.R.; Morrice; BURNS; WOODHULL; Perry; PERRY; ANTRIM; Byron; Shaftsburg; Vermillion Cr.; Clinton Co.; Meridian of Michigan; Ingham Co.; Livingston Co.; Genesee Co. Owosso; The Owosso Savings Bank; Hartshorn Auto Co., Ford Garage, Automobile Supplies and Farm Specialties; Corunna; King Auto Garage and Sales Agency
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Page  64 64 CLINTON COUNTY. Clinton county was laid out in 1831 and was organized in 1839. The county was named in honor of Dewitt- Clinton, through whose efforts the Erie canal had been built, which had a great effect upon the fortunes of Michigan. This county is located in the south central part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Gratiot county, on the east by- Shiawassee and -Ingham counties, on the south by Eaton and Ingham counties and on the west by Ionia county. The total land area is 364,972.96 acres, about 352,000 acres of which are already devoted to wonderfully productive farms. The valuation of all taxable property as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $30-428,680. The fe*deraT census of 1910 gives Clinton county a population of 23,129i. The school system is equal to that of any of the larger counties, there being 1-31 schools, attended by 4,385 children and requiring 200 teachers. There are ten banks and five Weekly newspapers. Also the best of telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. St. Johns is the county seat,- also the largest town. It has a population of about 3,0500, and is located on the Grand Trunk railway and the Michigan United Traction Company (electric) 18 miles north of Lansing, 26 east of Ionia and 98 northwest of Detroit. The city is well laid out and possesses many attractive features,.among which are its churches, of which there are Congregational, Episcopal, Baptist, Methodist, Free Methodist, Catholic and German Lutheran denominations. It has municipally-owned electric light and water works plant, a ladies library, three school buildings, opera house, three banks, good hotels and two weekly newspapers. Among the prominent industries are saw- and grist-mills,

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Title: Clinton County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Gratiot Co.; Lebanon; Hubbardston; Maple River; Matherton; Grand Trunk R. R.; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; Hall; Essex; Maple Rapids; Cem.; Sch.; Chu.; Hayworth Cr.; No. Br.; South Br.; Greenbush; Eureka; Richmond Brook; Sch.; Cem.; Hall; Duplain; Sch.; Cem.; Elsie; Maple River; Du Plain; Chu.; Ovid; R. R. R. R.; Dallas; Fowler; Stony Creek; Fullers Cr.; Westphalia; Cem.; Sch.; Mud Cr.; Bengal; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Riley; Muskrat L.; Bingham; St. Johns; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Stony Cr.; Holdens; Hall; Ovid; Shepardsville; Chu.; Cem.; Jessie Sch.; Store; Price; Westphalia; Mud L.; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Riley; Sch.; Cem.; Waoonsta; Dewitt; Bad Cr.; Sch.; Cem.; Olive; Hall; Michigan United Traction Co.; Looking Glass River; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Hall; Victor; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Round L.; Vermillion Cr.; Eagle; Pere Marquette R. R.; Sch.; Cem.; Eagle; Watertown; T. Hall; Sch.; Ingersol; Delta; Eaton Co.; Ionia Co.; Dewitt; Cem.; Sch.; Ingham; Chu.; Michigan Central R. R.; Bath; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; Bath; Grass L.; Chandler Sta.; Park L.; Hall; Perch L.; Rose L.; Shiawassee Co. Elsie; C. M. Sheldon & Son, Automobile Garage, General Blacksmithing and Repairing, Agency for Ford Motor Cars; Fowler; Louis Webber, Agent for Ford and Buick, Repairs and Accessories, Storage, 50 Cents Per Day; Ovid; G. F. Smith & Son, Distributers of Ford Motor Cars; St. Johns; A. T. Smith, Distributor of Ford Motor Cars, Auto Livery, Garage and Supplies, Storage, 50 Cents; St. Johns National Bank; Wm. J. Moss Auto Co.
65 El'sm C. 'i. Sheldon & Son, Automtobile Garage, General Blacksmnithing and Repairing. Agency for Ford Motor Cars. FOWLER. Louis Webber, Agent for Ford and Buick. Repairs and Accessories. Storage, 50 Cents Per Day. CLINTON COUNTY OVID. G. F. Smith &- Son, Distributers of Ford Motor Cars. ST. JOHNS. A. T. Smith, Distributor of Ford Motor Cars, Auto Livery, Garage and Supplies. Storage, 50 Cents. St. Johns National Bank. Wmi. J. Moss Auto Co. MICHIGAN J H "V7 * -> @ In 7 76 " /4 75 14 13 H 2 0 21 22 2 3 2 A-,,799 qF^I~f^ i^U 11 1! I T~ 11 5oT -ak2(3 --y m Ii 26 25 -3 0 '" - -' HBon I j. I), 31 5\^ 3 ]^ 23 3 6 31 ^|( -35 36 3 7 32 S ^ 3 ^ ====^ =^^===p.=^^ ====^ llb=*i.^_J aEg|L ^= == = _ '^\ a~ 6LI cec^ ~ ^J^Jr^ 6^^ i ^ /=^^ 5 ===J^^&^ ^^=^^^ ^^^fl _L^^^|J~i~w,7R^iCt__X^B__ _ 12^^ ^I^^ 70 7 7 7 a^^? c E 30 72 28 33 2(p T266' t-1 I&.3 20 (-V -f71 j8] S 23 25 73 [i! I ^.ff I I cy ^n, -A.l 1ur. P MIA!! 11-: /Y ~W f27 Ol G *'=,( 5ch.?5 11s Lv k). on-ftditL I l- I |A L.1 - ýd 11 32 -3JL3-^1 V 31 II F--el' I -o34-C, "-H ~ I IV-d? 4 3 2 1 6 5 3 2 7 6 5 m Si ~2~ 67 e ^7 ] ^ 61.^ ^ - = _ == =. ^^ _^ i S^ ^ &&J _ _ st. A c T Jl/ ^f~j')& /p yi jz^\ ~~3\ 10 7 ~~& T1A," -^T.y pp y' 12^J =- -- E j ii 70 71j.^ 72 77 7,0 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ^^s^~ 8 i h o -nvI l lyX X^ r T rt a- -H/rL i'c rrvn-rani 1-7 ^^tm ^ 3124 9 1 ý20 2/ 25,2, 7-9 r".L L_ i! S23T"2+ oac-H, '1 Q. ffi ---- ee o so 1 -2}\, I Cf) Yz-CQ P 1 < (-1 wl6 29 28 c VA -. 5 '. 6 - I I 2s5 30 li <14 N I+ ~ ^< c N LER - r..f.r-. >.,1i WT t /I I ,--,--,?a,'l I II ---..T - -- " II I I I.,I, l I I \ E la II II II. \ I t \ ......_.....I........II.....,I..I It r 'm;ýql 0.36 36. 3536 -11-- Jl______^**.--^-^Ey ll-^i.ll VJ | 11-----I il---Lt-rt @

Page  66 66 IONIA- COUNTY. Ionia county was laid out in 1831, organized in 1837, and was so named for the ancient Greek district on the west shore of Asia Minor, which'for several centuries was famous for its commerce, wealth, high civilization and,~ social development. The county is located in the west central part of the Lower Peninsula. -It is bounded on the north by Montcalm county, on the east by Clinton county,, on the south by Barry and Eat-on counties and on the. west by Kent county. The total land area is 366,291.10 acres. Of this number, about 351,500 acres are devoted to splendid farms. The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by-the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $33,657,709. The population is 33,550 (191.0 census). The county has 150 schools, furnishing positions for 259 teachers, and an enrollment.of 5,722 students. There are sixteen banks, two daily and. ten. veekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is found throughout the county. Ionia is the judicial seat and the largest city of the county, having a population of about 5,500.. It is located among the hills along the Grand river, 34 miles east of Grand Rapids and 38 northwest of Lanising. It is a station on the Pere Marquette and Grand Trunk Railways. The city's location on the hills, following the general line of the river and extending far back, makes it one of the most picturesqque and attractively arranged places in the state. There are eight churches, three public school buildings, a $50,000 parochial school building, two banks, a $30,000 armory, public library, a fire hall, a $15,000 city hall, opera house, municipally owned water works, handsome court house, electric lighting and water power plant, gas plant, a $65,000 postoffice, two daily and two weekly newspapers. Among the prosperous industrial' establishments are found clothing' and skirt factories, auto body factory, gasoline engine and-implement works, flour-mills, planing-mills, pottery, Pere Marquette shops, glove factory, furniture factory, washing machine factory, brick. and tile Works, automobile plant, cigar factories, machine shop, grain elevator, creamery, two monument works, etc. Your miles to the southwest is the Ionia county house, to the west of the city is the Michigan Reformatory, and to the south, the State Hospital. Ionia is the-receiving and distributing point for a rich agricultural' section and is one of the largest bean shipping points in the United States. Belding has a population of about 5,000. It is located on the Pere Marquette Railroad and on the Flat river, 15 miles northwest of Ionia:. It has churches of several denominations, excellent schools, electric light plant, opera house, three banks, first-class hotels and two live newspapers.. Manufacturing industries consist of four silk mills; one basket factory, a canvas coal bag factory, shoe factory, a paper box factory, sash, door and blind. factory, a sawmilli feed-mill,- refrigerator factory, etc. Other important towns of the county are Portland,-Hubbardston, Lake Odessa, Muir, Pewamo and Saranac. The surrounding country produces beans, grain, and fruit in abundalice.,The principal transportation facilities -of the county are the Pere Marquette, and the Grand Trunk Railroads.

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Title: Ionia County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Montcalm Co.; Sch; Long L.; Shilo; Sch.; Palo; Belding; Pere Marquette R.R; ORLEANS; Cem.; NORTH PLAINS; Hubbardston; Cem; Cooks Cor; OTISCO; Chu.; Chu; Woodard L.; Smyrna; Orleans; RONALD; Matherton; Pere Marquette; Pere Marquette R.R.; Prairie River; Plat River; Stanton Junct.; Ildine; IONIA; Muir; Maple River; KEENE; EASTON; T. Hall; Ionia; Grand Trunk R.R.; Pewamo; Hall; Reformatory; Pere Marquette R. R.; LYONS; Lyons; Asylum Ground; Grand Trunk; Grand River; Collins; Saranac; BOSTON; Berlin Center; ORANGE; PORTLAND; BERLIN; Portland; Elmdale; Morrison L.; Looking Glass R.R.; Pere Marquette; Clarksville; CAMPBELL; ODESSA; South Cass; SEBEWA; DANBY; Grand River; Campbell; Duck Creek; Lake Odessa; Tupper L.; Sebawa; Danby; Kent Co.; Barry Co.; Jourdan L.; Eaton Co.; Cryderman L.; Clinton Co. Ionia; Marshall-Wright Lumber Company, Builders' Supplies, Marshall's Air Chamber Silos; Smith & Smith & McSween, Drugs, Books, Stationery, Wall Paper and Paints; Miller & Ashe, Garage; Distributors for Dodge Cars; Accessories, Tires; Complete Machine Shop; Branch Sales Co.; Portland; A.A. Curtis, Garage; Portland Garage, C.H. Sayer, Buick Automobiles, Automobile Accessories and Repairing
67 IONI[A. 1-tarshalP-l-Wright Lumber~Ble Company,~l~ Bu~ilder' Supplies, Marshall's Airs Chnim-ber S$ilos. Smith &8 Sin~ith. &- Me@~ween, Dr -t~g1,-;, Books, Stationeri.-, -% V.--tl rc Paper andz Pain-ts..111[iller & Asliteeý Garagre. Distiributors~ for -Dodgfe Cars8. AcCCessorles, Tires. Comp~lete -Machine Shop.~Pg? Brfan~ch Auto Sales Co. IONIA UO" rNTY PORTLAND.~3Eb A. A.~ Curlt-lsn, Gararge. Polrtj,-Ind Garagege C k. SAI.er, Btnlick ikatonjowles, A-- irtorao -bile Acces'sorieg ~and Repatrirng. R-07 W.BI MONTCALM R. IT 13 15 C8OOKS 16k 30 29 570 2 9 23 2 Li 'I-, L dl a rr -/24 ~ / $~M~7~I~R3 3 /a 18 7 16 L-/ J r - -- - -- - a ~L,~ ~W~ P40, NOBL r - --- I _ I U if rip~~B ce ~gC~ I rq ~a~----cc~-Prur L~Cl~q~q~LS~--~iP~) ~--~---~ t~ b F IPI ~~IIT /ý A frig_ As~ IOin/ ý 2 L- ~ j 2f / 5A Ir 20 1 30 ~~~26 -92 ý3 11I.MATH RO~g 22 2 2~lt -I i ix a W-&-FYP7 ------------- " rw ------------ 1 AI Fo 36 ~I ~ _IUU~ I ~ Ir -I II ~:I \ II E-i~;Vý I r 16 d I I -- - l FVIlVI A L Tý ý I - 11 A I, ý 1ý 4 BVLYV2- I 14 i~L; 1 11 NI-151-i I Liq~ L I~dl-~WWe UP ~Y ~;~e~$~ Vý ~_ le-c IS6 9~-E~-03 Ay *nL Tr /I -SbLYJa~ I VIWAL -3k,......... IT ýf II II II J ~V~~~ lilY - IJ~y~'-l 1 4 -I 1;;ýkýt 11 - i -*4 i -;, i -77ýýHi 2 i It_ I --~3 - I L f49 II L-- -J I Mg"f. - L I. i ýZ -- iw I A - F- - r - 1 1 1 lat_ 3/ 3~4--3 I 6 I SC31.3 9 I~i 16 ý:F L-P 0;ý ~JI,~L -11 "1143 I =gA ~~ ~.~m~z~ "~~' i `'""~~~c~-c~_~ci;l CiLPr ~ -~ I A I 9 11 /a ~O~~a ýMWRA ý -N SclnN -~~L1~C~ ---~-f-t---r,wl h. o ---l~~C~ i.......... Tull 2 25 TN/ 20 I C h or Tr 232 262 -/4- / -sch, 26 25 Mal INLIPWI VdW L - -- --- - C~ bF l r~~ 1 9 1 'g~a~ L27 2 M rr Il 1 I 23;201 -22 "CEN 22 Fp~ 26 0 24IL Is IV F2 F~b~ b 175L I 991 271 ýJ~ikA I HI 11 71v zi If "7 I E r I 1 i 32 )ALE AR WIL -151. 92 33 - 3 (ý)ch. ~5~ 2 36 ~ --~--- s c ~. 31 F:. ' r s~h, -5 LI -- -1 jNLc~vlup qaj----~- t_, r 1? ~ --' Fm F 9-16C,Lh -9 RETf~ls CA 6 01114 -It A7 ~"1 ChLc, Pi~~i pm - - ý ý ý V-- 14 i I I r- - -1 r--Tr-I rw~-~iBI~- ~ a:i _9 ~ C~ - II L C~-LL - ---11 d -1 e"7 77 1 I F,)/ 14 -16 16 - AZU [H 13 wwr U H c 17~d 19/i ses W~.13 264 2 -I~~ 25-$6~ L ------- --- - J__j I L-- - " "---A. -r~-~--ý,~ ~ It- ~~~~ t B~T 481i I %rd: r.36 20 21, LI1 'BELL pq 0 21 22 23, c~tA1I"~b 28L zi -d V,~R~ PO 19l~ 25' `F-'Rý \ Ch LA 2.9 sck. -Er-W 21P 00 E I\ U~-FIcrr- ~alII 113Lri~ II II ~II~ -' __ ~ - ~--,,,, ~ i-,-~--i~ I II II II n 1 SeLilrac~~i~l ~T~-i~l 32 1~15~B~ 133 2Y-1 1 S5 -372 td L===zl L---J ItW.......... tr~l I ~-e rt~ IC ANL0% 1 '". A Mr%"&T 'g IfV, "~L~3~b ~ cow

Page  68 68 KENT COUNTY. Kent county was laid out in 1831, oiganized in 1836, and was named in honor of James Kent, a well-known expounder of the principles of American law. The county is located in the west central part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by _Newaygo and Montgalm counties, on the east by Montcalm and Ionia counties, on the south by Allegan and Barry counlties, and on the west. by Muskegon and'Ottawa counties. Total land area is 545,815.30, acres, of which about 487,000 acres are in splendid farms. Th~e population is 1,59,145 (1910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $1-87,536,358 on all taxable lands. The county has 240 schools, an enrollment of 25,958 students, requiring 881 teachers. There are twenty-two banks, three daily and twenty-two weekly newspapers. There is good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service throughout the county. Grand Rapids is the judicial seat and the largest city in the county. It-is also the second largest city in the state. Population is shown by 1910 census to be 112,571, now estimated at more than 130,000. It is located at the head of navigation on Grand river, in a rich agricultural section, 30! miles from Lake Michigan, and on the Pere Marquette, Grand Rapids & Indiana, Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroads, also several electric -lines. The city has an area of 17.5. squares miles, 46 miles of paving, 191 miles of public sewers, 195 miles of gas mains, 196 miles of water mains. There are many beautiful parks, covering over 400 acres, 18 theaters and vaudeville houses, 31 public homes and hospitals, and about 100 churches representing nearly every denomination. There are 37 public schools, in addition 'to which are many private and denominational schools, a beautiful public library, beautiful new postotfice building, an immense water works, policeand fire departments, 10 banks:, many of which have several branches. Grand Rapids is one of the largest furniture manufacturing cities in the world and is known the world over as the "Furniture City." A few of the many successful manufacturingy industries are, all' kinds of furniture, show cases, sticky flypaper, flour- and grist-mnills, gypsum,, planing- and interior finish-mills, printeries, foundry and machine shops, carpet sweepers, vehicles, boots and shoes, hosiery and knit goods, railway construction and repair shops, refrigerators, wood turning and carving, mirrors, and ornamental glass, cigars, c6pper and: sheet metal works, etc. It is estimated that in the manufacture of furniture, the annual output is in excessý of $10,000,000. Grand Rapids is the center of one of the finest producing districts in the entire country. The city affords an excellent home market for the products of many.nearby farms and orchards, but solid carload lots of potatoes, beans, peaches, apples, small fruits and greenhouse products are also shipped by the commision men. Other towns of importance are Caledonia, Cedar Springs, Grandville, Lowell, Sparta, Adra, Rockford and Sand Lake, all in good agricultural sections. The principal transportation facilities of the county -are the Grand Rapids & Indiana, Pere Marquette, Grand Trunk, Michigan C'entral, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Grand Rapids, HIolland & Chicago and the Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Muskegon Railways and the Michigan United Traction Company.

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Title: Kent County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Sch.; Cem.; Casnovia; Chu.; TYRONE; Kent City; Long L; SOLON; Cedar Springs; Sand L.; NELSON; SPENSER; Cranbery L.; Bass L.; Lincoln L.; Lisbon; SPARTA; Chu.; Grand Trunk R.R.; Sch.; Rogue River; ALGOMA; Rockford; COURTLAND; T. Hall; Hall; Silver L.; OAKFIELD; Oakfield Ctr.; Wabasis L.; Pere Marquette R.R.; ALPINE; T. hall; PLAINFIELD; Grand River; CANNON; Cannonsburg; GRATTAN; Grattan Ctr.; Nagel L.; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; WALKER; G.A.G.H. & M.R.R.; GRAND RAPIDS: ADA; VERGENNES; Fallasburg; Lowell; Grandville; WYOMING; Beverly; Wyoming Park; Wentworth; Fishers; PARIS; Michigan Central R.R.; East Grand Rapids; Pere Marquette R.R.; E. Paris; Cascade; Thornapple River; McCards; LOWELL; Lowell; Segwin; BYRON; Byron Ctr.; Ross Sta.; Fishers; Lake Shore & Michigan R.R.; GAINES; Caledonia; Alaska; G. hall; T. Hall; Alto; Bowne; Ionia Co.; Montcalm Co.; Newaygo Co.; Montcalm Co.; Muskegon Co.; Ottawa Co.; Allegan Co.; Barry Co. Grand Rapids.; The Michigan Trust Co.; The Hass Realty Co.; People's Savings Bank. Kridler & Son, Real Estate; Fourth National Bank; Lowell; Lowell State Bank
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Page  70 70 OTTAWA (30erUNT. Y Ottawa county was laid out in 1831, and was organized in 1837. The name is that of a once powerful tribe of Indian s that inhabited the northwestern portion of the Lower Peninsula. This county is located in the western part of the. Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Musxkegon county, on the east by Kent county, on the south by Allegan county, and on the west by Lake Michigan. The total land area is 357,839.4G acres, of which, about 325,000 acres are in splendid~ farms. The population is 45-9301 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estima~ted by the state board of tax commissioners in i1911, is $44,347,lG2. T'he school system is equal to that of any of the larger counties, there being 136 schools, 10,277 students in attendance, requiring the services of 297 teachers. The county has thirteen banks, two daily and twelve weekly newspapers, also good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Grand Haven, the capital city of the- county, has a population of about 5,856. It is. the western terminus of the (D. & - M. div.) Grand Trunk Railway, 31 -miles. wtest of Grand Rapids. It is also a station, on the Pere MIarquettte Railroad ----and-- the Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Muskxlegon,,Railway (electric). The. town. is picturesquely located at the mouth of the Grand-rivter, on the shore of Lake Miichigan, and is one of the most im2portant -ports on the shore of the lake. -,The. city has churches representing the leading denominations, a. $60,0001 high school,' one union and five ward school buildings, an institute, a library, an opera house, first: class hotels, two banks, a daily and a weekly newspaper. It is: lighted by electricity and -gas,, has an excellent. system of water workrs, good fire -department, etc. Grand Haven. is in the center -of Miichigan's great fruit belt and large qluantities of grapes and berries are shipped annually. FI-ishing is also an imlportant interest. Holland, the largest city in the coun 'ty, has a population of about 12,000. It is located on the Pere Mlarquette Railway, and on the Grand Rapids, Holland &. Chicago Railway (electric), twenty miles south of Grand Haven and twenty-five southwest of Grand Rapids. It has a good natural harbor at the head of Black Lake and has a p~erm~anent channel of eighteen feet. The city is lighted by electricity and gas, has water works, fire dep~artment, excellent sewerage system, churches of Company, and the Grand Trunk Car. Perry.

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Page  72 72 MUSKEGON COUNTY. Muskegon county was laid out and organized in 1859. It took its name from the river running through it and emptying into Lake Michigan. The word'is taken from the Pottawatomie language and is thought to mean "Marshy t"iver." It is located in the extreme west central part of the Lower Peninsula, and is bounded on the north by Oceana and Newaygo. counties, on the east by Newaygo and Kent counties, on the south by Ottawa county and on the west by Lake Michigan. The total land area is.322,434.68 acres, of Which about 185,000 acres are in fine farms. The population is 40,577 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable land, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $29,183,320. There are 116 schools, attended by 8,437 students, requiring the services-.of 311 teachers. The county has ten banks, two daily and four weekly newspapers, also telegraphl telephone and rural mail service. 2 Muskegon is the judicial seat, also th'e largest city in the county, having over 30,000. inhabitants. It is located on the east -shore of Lake Michigan, and on the Pere Marquette, Grand Rapids & Indiana andthe Grand Trunk Railroads, and the Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Muskiegon Railway (electric). It is one of the best harbors-. on:thel-..east shore of Lake Michigan and is located directly across the lake from Milwaukee, being 84 miles distant from, that city and. 113 fromi. Chicago, to which cities boat service is maintained all the year round. At this point- the Muskegon river broadens out* into a beautiful lake six miles long and from one to three miles wide, which emipties into Lake Michigan through a channel three hundred feet wide and of -sufficient depth to admit into the harbor the largest and heaviest vessels that ply the lakes. The city has an area of 6 square miles, 35 miles of pavement, 40 miles of puiblic sewers, five public parks, covering 85 acres, a thoroughly equipped fire department, municipally-owned water works, twenty-one public school buildings, one of the best equipped f ree manual training schools in the United-States, many churches of different denominations, first-class hotels, theatres, a beautiful public library costing $230,000, two hoslpitals, four banks, two daily and'one weekly newspapers; etc. The city is in the great Michigan fruit belt and in the vicinity are some of the finest and most productive sections devoted to raising the small fruits, grapes, peaches, plums and apples. The rich lands of the Muskegon river bottom are especially adapted to the cultivation of celery, which promises to become a most important industry. Among the more prominent industries are iron foundries and machine 'shops, a refrigerator works, billiard and pool table factory and a curtain roller factory wshich are among the largest in the w~orld, automuobile wrorks, marine motor works, paper-mill, furniture factories, brewery, electric cranes, etc. The city of M1~uskegon Heights w~shich adjoins the city limits has a population of about: 3,000O. Whitehall has a pop~ulation of about 1,800. It is located at the head of WT7hite la~ke and on the Pere Mlarqluet'te R~ailroad,. 16 miles northz of M~iuskegon a~nd 5 inland 'from L~ake M~ichigan. Montague, with about 1L,2~00 inhabitants, located at the head of WCihite latke, op~posite W;hitehall, onz the Pere M1/arquette Railroad, 193 miles from Muskegan and about 6 from L~ake MIvlichigan, is another thriving town of MuLskegon county. The prinzci~pal txansjportation- facilities` of the county are the Pere MI~larquette, Grand Trunkr, Grand R~aplids & Indiana and the Grand R~apids, Grand Haven & 1Muskegon Railroads, and the Goodrich-Crosb~y Transportation Comp~any's boa't lines.

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Page  74 74 MjonrTC~ALM COUNITY. Montealm- county was laid' out in 1831, organiz~ed in 1850, and was named in honor of IMarquis. De. Montealm. It is located in about the west central part of the Lower Peninsula and! is.bounded on the north by Mlecostd and Isabella counties, on the-east by Gratiot county,. on the south by 1Ionia and K~ent counties, and on t-he west by Newaygo and Kent counties. Th'e total land area is 454,460.74 acres, about 393,000 acres of which are iia splendid 'far~ms. The.. popFulation is ~32,069,, (1910 census). The, valuation of taxable p~rop~erty,_ as esti ~ated by the state board of tax comm11Zissioners in 1911, is $20982.9,816. 'Tere are 143 schools, wirth an enrollm~ent of 6,879 students, requiring the services of 239 teachers. The county-.has eighteen banks, one daily and.~ eleven wYeekrly newspapers, also telegraph, telephone and rural mail- service. Stanton, the county seat, has a population of about 1,200. It is located on - he Pere M~arquette. Railroad, 2~4 miles north of Ionia and 61 northwest of Lansing. It is lightd by electricity, has water works, churches of the Congregational, Methodist, Free Methodist,. Baptist and Catholic denominations, a union school building, two opera h ouses, a new court house costing about $80,000, a bank anld two weekly newspapers. The soil in the vicinity is especially adapted for farming. Greenvrille with its 4,200 -inhabitants, is the largest city in the county. It is located on the Flat river and on2 the Grand -Tlrunkr and ~Pere iMarquette Railroads, 15 miles southeast of St~antsn and~ 41 nnortheast of G` -nd Rapids. It is lighted by electricity and gas. has water works, fire department, Episcopal, Congregational, Adventist, Baptist, Catholic, Danish Lutheran and Methodist churc~hes, excellent cin -I C4 s'lbaytopalchllgo~htl, he ans -~zi n

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Title: Montcalm County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: REYNOLDS; School; Cem.; Tamarack Creek; Howard; WINFIELD; Amble; Pere Marquette R.R.; Town Line L.; Lakeview; CATO; Knot Mall; BELVIDERE; Six Lakes; Horseshoe L.; Penny L.; Long L.; HOME; Edmore; Church; Wyman; Cedar Lake; Vestaburg; Rock L.; Bass L.; Pine River; Richland; Church; Cem.; School; Little Whitefish; Maple Hill; PIERSON; Bass L.; Whitefish L.; Wood L.; School; Butternut; Church; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; MAPLE VALLEY; Trurant; Cowded L.; Kendallville; Langston; Muscalonge L.; Long L.; PINE; West L.; Hunter L.; Mud L.; Clifford L.; DOUGLASS; Entrican; Stanton; McBride; Westville; DAY; FERRIS; Church; School; Cem.; Gowen; Flat River; MONTCALM; T. Hall; Dickinson L.; SIDNEY; Derby L.; Colby; EVERGREEN; Sheridan; Holland L.; Fishville; Mud L.; Loon L.; Grange Hall; Crystal; Crystal L.; Duck L.; Fish Creek; Greenville; Baldwin L.; EUREKA; School; Pere Marquette R.R.; Grand Trunk R.R.; Sanderson L.; Miller; Amsden; FAIRPLAIN; Spring L.; Grass L.; Fenwick; BUSHNELL; Vickeryvill; Butternut; BLOOMER; Carson City; Newaygo Co.; Mecosta Co.; Isabella Co.; Gratiot Co.; Ionia Co.; Kent Co. Carson City.; F. Ralph, Garage.; Stanton.; Main Street Garage, Union Tel. 125.
75 MONOTCAL CO L NTYI MICHIGAN-~ 'CARSON CITY.[T~ F~1. Ral~ph, Garage. STANTON.iY 3L lain Street Garage, Union T'Jel. 105.. C;~h"-~3 0. KENT~,l N M 11 \L~~.3 n,?Q! IP, p I C ILo ' I elf I [It Go M 77 O O t ~h: Iro 7A I Z rerzýR1 - --l-ýhIIIm 0F- - S L~ VT 7 3 I ul~P~l I I z r F-ML --- '%-Qh -1--I V 77 1 Mý-6 ENEI, 11 ~ L~-7 'no 4' 1 r--i ri r~r;F FRI., W > l e j N5I u -LL ---- -- Ul PMM Ar-g- 1ý t )leaL1 ~~l i~ir~\i~~ cn 1 r, z ru IY ~I ~u rn I~a ~ --~ L;~t--Z1 2% a )I t Y,, LUr&S~TT-~ll'~iY~U ~i6~ I~rn ~J y I ýP Irks t~ I "' ~'~'~ - '" '''''' ~'' ~ ~ ~~ IP 1II1.._I.1.~ +r"-~-"-;3 T~"C~.;"""~-~-f.PSi ~ 11 'all JIM 10 II vin............... O ~ Z rn ~~~--~~i~~st~l ji,F I Lq 7_ I cu iP~ n ~i~W1~69 r' i~kj ~~1~7~t~ No D;~P Z ri I jI' I 3 d i ~ I C I ~I ru g q~iTc~ll "1~ L] t I ri 3 E cl~Cc 1I r E 1C ii lr IE ' i ryUI Y~p~ ni II Il ~lr3~~ 1~ ~J" II `~7~i ON"n1~.1~I-i 74FIVIEE]~.I~r~tr_-_h4=! ~~---~'~----- ~~~ ~.~Yd~~~-~ r R ~ 1~ ~' 1 ~ - -'1Ifil IF-- K El t ~ 'L1ý71 1 1414-1 N 1 --%41 11~f~~ 1 O<Zl ~X~ya~l I~ I ~ _o~lr ~,7 l~~tF=1~4 F~ZJ ~ QmIF -, ) m I ~ ri IE (Q GN I A-f I i % 1 4W M.. 11N1g% ___---'tJl, ~~~~~-lL-~ ~A\\~,I,~ ~ IME 27cr 74- ý=fF4 T F 'Fr I Lt A 1-.fu t~lug r ( AL- Ali H.~ ~ rr77bc~i H~YI ITA~r/ ~ z iill ~ n I~NJ Jh FZa r ~P C Kj Ul WOO 4ý I I~~ r II. o ILI I II I el r h AI ell tvlzzzdea.Li p- 11. r L.Fi~zil ý 29 - --- X oj -J' N I --- C FP IIdwo III F -I mu3 Iru.ý e ~hs z ~ 7 3 I ~i~"~fidl_;r a, R~. o o pl 1.1 ý ( II Il 1\3 0 I O co 0 IF ann n EE t 7= Lf ý Looý ~- ~T Ci~l f( tIJla a~ ~*""~"~ Liýl 211 Or Fýý. LLý,WAS ~ILCI?ILCU~_~ --r 1 ~. IL F Z rrl "j O lil ~A D ~i~ii~X~~ TIE] co Z td~ F I. J~P r~ 1 1 (Z g Eýj s LC = vr) nr II \d g E,~U~~IMI Vr t v' ~~U~~ I -- d 0 ( w IK / I Nj r\31I u.I Cliu / 1.1 I'IFly CLI 1~.~9 U ~Y ýN5 If) "-.?',*I Pý 1%, fr..I JO-,N i;rlrnl~fl --------- ~ - R -L ~ I l Amh Ini, U--- I ~~'--~-~---';"-~-~;~'~-"~C)E--a----"r '-U~t~;-k~"~"'~'""--"~:! IT'r-NI li 11 lim iF-7r-nlr--r 1 Mild &A TF B LIE~ L V ~ II ~lf~dtP-~V Q a F rnIn Ong. NS~ C>le _JbB U1 /1 I prrlim L %d I r ---- nrp h~rN3 u lp III r I u l f L V, pmrrol;k= g,~(c?;C~ Lu (~J~~ L L; ~P~-I M- A A rl-Ckit r; -1 ý;l -ýK CZ L ~LU 3 L;;jI r I I - - i 1 - r Q 7 3 3, ---11 I r- rr ~ ~- s ITAiII4IPIIPP r f I I L, I RAI 1 t~ Ib~U+I n ~ ir- u- M r tu~ a 0 ii ru ~ ~sa~nrel~ f r ( I I v r i rL kll&P L ----- ------ I - -- - - -- - - -- - I ~J IF - - 20' b, I~ -1 r

Page  76 76 GRATIOT COUNTY. Gratiot county was laid out in 1831 and.was organized in 1855. It was"named in honor of Charles Gratiot, who, as captain and engineer, built Fort Gratiot, at the head of the St. Clair river. This county is located in the central part of the Lower Peninsula, and is bounded on the north by Isabelle and Midland counties, on the east by Saginaw county, on the south by Clinton county, and on the west by MIontcalm county. The total land area is 364,623.63 acres, of which about 335,000 are in splendid farms. The population is 28,820 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $26,936,121. There are 135 schools, which were attended by 6,544 pupils last year, requiring the services of 320 teachers. The county has seventeen banks and eleven weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone, and rural mail service tN'found throughout the county. Ithaca is the capital city of the county and has a population of about 2,000. ', It is located on the Ann Arbor Railroad, 42 miles north of Lansing. It does a big grain and produce business and is the central supply station for a large, and fertile agricultural area. There are, churches of the Adventist, Baptist, Methodist, Free Methodist and Presbyterian denominations, also a splendid school system, four banks, good hotels, a $100,000 court house, a sewerage systemcosting about $60;00Q,a $45,000 electric light and pumping plant. Has roller flouring-mills, 3 grain - elevators, a large creamery, foundry and machine shop, beet lifter factory, 'brick and tile works. There are two live weekly newspapers published here. Other towns of importance include Alma, population 3,000; St. Louis, population 2,000; Ashley and- Breckenridge. Alma is located on the Pine river and on the Pere Marquette and Ann Arbor Railroads, eight miles south of Ithaca and thirty-seven miles west of Saginaw. The city has paved streets and. the boulevard system of street lighting. It has an electric light and water plant, moderm sewerage system, good fire department, two banks, first-class hotels, an opera house and newspapers. There are churches of several denominations,-and a splendid public.school system. Alma College is located here. Prominent industries of the city include a large sugar factory, automatic gasoline engine works, foundry and -machine shop, one of the largest creameries in the state, and manufactories of hay presses, overalls and jackets, skirts, heaters, bee smokers, wall board and rpofing,. chemicals, cement blocks, etc. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Pere Marquette, Grand Trunk and the Anna Arbor Railroads.

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Title: Gratiot County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Isabella Co.; Midland Co.; Saginaw Co.; Clinton Co.; Montcalm Co.; Sch.; SEVILLE; Riverdale; Elwell; Pere Marquette R.R.; PINE RIVER; Forest hill; BETHANY; St. Louis; WHEELER; Wheeler; Breckenridge; North Wheeler; Ch.; Elm Hall; SUMNER; Sumner; Pine River; Sch.; ARCADA; Ann Arbor R.R.; Alma; EMERSON; Beebe; ITHACA; Chu.; LAFAYETTE; Longport; Rathbone; Edgewood; Cem.; NEW HAVEN; Sch.; Cem.; T. Hall; Sethton; Newark; Eugene; NEWARK; T. hall; NORTHSTAR; HAMILTON; Sickles; NORTHSHADE; T. Hall; Grand Trunk R.R.; Brice; Sch.; Cem.; FULTON; Perrinton; Pompeii; WASHINGTON; Mapee River; Bridgeville; Chu.; Ola; Ashley; Bannister Alma.; Republic Motor Truck Co., Inc., Manufacturers Republic Motor Trucks.; Look-Paterson Drug Co., The Rexall Store.; W. Alex Brunner, Drugs, Stationery, Wall Paper, Cameras.; McKenzie Bros., Manufacturers of Fiine Cigars.; Wyant Garage Company, Automobiles and Accessories.; First National Bank.; Itahaca.; Ford Garage, Howard Parker Proprietor. Complete Line of Automobile Accesories.; St. Louis.; Burlingame & Son, Garage and Auto Livery. Full Line of Accessories
77 ALiMA. Republic Mo~otor Truck Co., Ic, M~anufacturers Republic Mootor Truckis. Look;-Paterson Drug Co., The Rexall. Store. WT. A~lex 1Brunner, Drugs, Stationery, WVall Pa~per, Camleras. Mc cenz2ie Bros., Ma~Pnufacturers of Fliite Cigars. WTyanlt Garage Company, Automobiles and Accessories. Flirst Na~tiona~l Bank. ~MICHIGANT ITHACA.C~ F'ord Garage, Howard Parker Proprietor. Comlplete Line of A~utomnobile Accessories. ST. LOUIS. Burlingfame & Son, Garage and Auto Livery. ]Full Line of Accessories. 34~ Ee.~ ~i~B:.co ~t~t~ A\ mIDLAND E2 Wg ISABELLA R-4 W. RIW1~i7 c I I N -,=F- -..- IM 5 Il:T~~~llr"~---~~ ~;~---~--~~-~--------t - - 7 5 - -ik ii ~d 7 3 I v 1win i 6 4- ýf dYVHEIa';1 __ F -7Iri r I-~ ~ cLLII r I ~I J-. l I~ I %.A ~1 rr ~ I 1 rT~1 Ir ri I Mi -~BL -" I I ý-- - I I Z:3 I- M 1. --I 17 ý11 ýr- 7 ~ ~ 70' 7r,-,ý i r;2 I f S -90 Ir i L:L I 712 7)fiA /0CZ,,. H, ýDjl 8 c'770r" r7l II LUI-%.C ýV ir I Z/ ~I I IIIII I " 1 6 1,4[ L-. 'ý " " k - 1 t- II Li i r ill I ~1 I I IT i IL lla -r 11 11 / II-1 I IIIT-. týr Fla. ]li 16 1 r/.5' I'll T~P 1 11 I I I I I rl II I Ilr ~rAI L I~ I rf 11~4: ",73I L7"~~-;CJtB 3~~~~ a 9RA Is d -I I -W umm i ffir rlý II;zs tl~Zs c ~ 30 c 1 l 1+ e#2 RIVERDALE t ~ (656 S9 P, SI 1 6 4 -7 7 7 1 5dll. G; 10 I 8 lo ~aat I78 i~l13 I ýM - I r;I 1 ~~ n Y 121 1-9 E F B 3 I I /ijqj 7 4L~~i~\SIQ~/l e hjr~~"/~~~"~~" 29.8 5 "I OR I I RI% 11h) AV 1 7 1 1 so I i-.r, ' I I I IN r---] ' -Il ajg~ C ill I 32T~ nm k. -96 1' 31 // 32 r~~~3l,~,~a~i~f,~i,~'~ 1: i I I I' I I ji,. j 1~ ' " 'C" r I 11 6CM4 1 10 1 ý l II ~. - ----;~:; - - -; - I~ ~ 1;1 ---~i---rrr~t"-r~-~r==~--r;-r~~---. I - ~- --- - -- 11 11 - -i qw, 1 G ýý "L, ýýC-,Nl 1ý 5 - ili" i a C~n. II CN LI II 11 //1 lj I ~ 2 79 10 -7 ~ E I~o7 NE K v N 3 1,4r-' 13 17S~3IfyXalrl ST 7 Ei~/IIf~"231 413r~f~76 -ITl-~~3(~ 1~ ~.201 /222 P 17 slO 9 slý g,1 ~~~10 911~~~~( 5~~;~ ~0:~ 2 1~ 2 c hY 60 '23~ -2 4 A19 ýo7 aas CAI 3 5 -5 3 4 - 31 3 -71 ' 3 5 6 A t t t 1 3 4/AJ. P 1./ 1 70//cl.......... ----....... i~ilj I~ EII J *4%6~ 7 1-r ~ 78 41-t~KatT74 1rliIE~~ E~~ s n2I c 13 A~~"" -1 - -kr -4 3C 7 in ml cew 3n~ 1%6 2,5 U ul! 267P~J J ~~~atE~~ll b~256 I 3 3 r I 11 "1 -F I I F. ~ r laau~rl~l~ Sil \I I I I z. I I I-- -.-A Lc.Ix wl T"ýff e --I WA 7 - E-- I 1 -1 1 -- I i; 41 * %- F~ I 11: --a'ý- -yj - x -0= M -5 11 k -0-a & -. Is~ltl LI\.~k C Irl ~ II II/ I ilil ) 32ý. 1, L-1-1 r-36 CR -dilll eL m 71 T--- r--nr - I. it -.. f M I r/t r Im11 (-,IH I lly a 135 Yltl 311 3ý? 34~l~ -~~ %ftof I I I I ---- ~ -C-c~-cC----~.Q i"il'NTO L ----J IL!r 11 II~ I i u, B'i~ L

Page  78 78 SAGINAW OOUNTY. This county was first laid out in 1822 by Lewis C'ass, then governor of Michigan. It was again laid'out by the Legislature in 1831 and Was finally organized in 1835. The county takes its name from the river and bay of that name. Saginaw county is located in the east central part of theý-Lower -Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Midland and Bay counties, on the east by Tuscola county, on the south: by Shiawassee and Genesee conities, and on,-theo.west by Gratiot and Midland counties. The total land area of the county is 520,291.45, acres. Of this number, about 431,000! acres are devoted1to farms which are Wonderfully productive. The: population is 8.9,29.0 (1910 census).- The valuation of.taxable proIperty, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 191,-is' $62;859,589.-- There'are 193 schools, an enrollment of i5,837 pupils, requiring the services of'482: teachers. The county has seventeen banks, "'two daily and eleven. weekly newspapers. Splendid telegraph, telephone'and rural mail service is found in: every community. Saginaw, the largest city and judicial seat of the. county, has a- populatio'n-'f. about 50,510.(U. S. census 1910). It is located on' the Grand Trunk Railway ýsystem, the Michigan Central Railroad, Pere Marquette, the Saginaw & Bay City (electric) and the Saginaw- &. Flint Railway (electric), ninety'three miles northwest" of Port Huron and ninety-eight northwest of Detroit, at the point where the Bad Cass, Shiawassee and Tittabawassee rivers and Swan -creek unite to form the Saginaw. river. -Down these'river's- were floated. 16,000,000,000 feet of logs'and in. the early days Saginaw' was dependent on activity:as a lumber center-. It is said more logs have gone.down the Saginaw river than have been floated on any other stream in the world and the Saginaw.-manufacturing' district has manufactured more pine timber than any other district in the world. Coal and salt'have taken the place of lumber in an industrial way; above ground the fertile fields of the Saginaw valley have shown what resources can be developed in the way of sugar beets and the foundation has-been-laid for the long list of staple industries. There are numerous coal mines in the neighborhood of the city. Saginaw has an"area: of about twelve square miles, 220 miles of streets, 68 miles of paving, 113 miles of public sewerS, 30 miles of electric street railway, several parks covering in all-about 240 acres, a first class water works plant, 101 miles of water mains, a thoroughly equipped fire department, police department, 26 public schools, one of the finest manual training schools in the country, costing about $2,50,000, a number of parochial schools, churches of the leading denominations, several hospitals, beautiful first class hotels, theatres, magnificent federal building and free library, etc. The city has a great diversity of industries, some of which are automobiles and auto parts, agricultural imple-nmentsý, maple flooring, wood alcohol, barrels, beer and malt, lumbering tools, boilers, brass castings, brick, carriages, corsets, coal cars, elevators, furniture, gas engines, glass, matches;'motors, underwear, portable houses, patent medicine, pianos, railroad, machinery, Isash, doors,:and blinds, saws, seed cleaning -machinery, wagons, wheelbarrows, windmills, woolen goods, etc. I Other important ~towns of the county are Chesaning, Frankenmuth, Merrill, and St. Charles. A very fine quality of bi.tuminous coal has been found at a depth of from 218 to 300 feet Where a test has been made in this county. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Michigan Central, Pere Marquette, Grand Trunk railways, Saginaw.*-& Flint Railway (electric) and the Saginaw & Bay City (electric).

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Title: Saginaw County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Bay Co.; Midland Co.; Chu.; Sch.; Freeland; Tittabawasee River; Tittabawassee; Kochville; Bay Co.; Shc.; Chu.; Zilwaukee; Zilwaukee; Sch.; Bay Co.; Jonesfield; Sch.; Chu.; Midland Co.; Richland; Sch.; Hemlock; Pere Marquette R. R; Thomaston; Sch.; Frost; T. Hall; Shottuckville; Cem.; Saginaw; Saginaw; Carrollton; Cem.; Sch.; Buena Vista; Sch.; P. M. R. R.; Pere Marquette R. R.; Blumfield; Bay Co.; Sch.; Lakefield; Merrill; Sch.; T. Hall; Lakefild; Gallowry; Fremont; Cem.; Chu.; Sch.; Beaver Creek; Nelson; Swan Creek; Swan Creek; Cem.; Garfield; Sch.; Bad River; St. Charles; James; Spaulding; Cass River; Flint River; Sch.; Cem.; Bridgeport; Bridgeport; Sch.; Foster; Pere Marquette R. R.; Frankenmuth; Frankenmuth; Sch.; Marion; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; Marion Springs; Brant; Brant; Cem.; Sch.; St. Charles; Sch.; Chu.; Shiawassee River; Albee; Chu.; Cem.; Sch.; T. Hall; Verne; Taymouth; Sch.; Cem.; Burt; Morseville; Grand Trunk R. R.; Genesee Co.; Pere Marquette; Birch Run; Birch Run; Sch.; Tuscola Co.; Gratiot Co.; Shiawassee Co.; Chapin; T. Hall; Sch.; Chu.; Chapin; Brady; Brady; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Oakley; Chesaning; Chesaning; Michigan Central R. R.; Sch.; Havona; Genesee Co.; Maple Grove; Layton; Corners; T. Hall; Cem.; Sch.; Chu. Birch Run; Claude Reid, Garage; Saginaw; Saginaw Cadillac Company; Electric Vehicle Service Co., Storage Batteries, Mazda Auto Lamps, Electrical Auto Accessories; Valley Home Telephone Company; The Second National Bank of Saginaw, Mich.; B. G. Appleby Co., Real Estate; Saginaw; Eastman & Range Garage, Cole and Stearns Cars, Day and Night Service; Birss Bros., Automobile Accessories and Hardware; Culver-Deisler Co., Prescription Druggists; St. Charles; St. Charles Auto Co., Agency Chevrolet Cars
BIRCH RU I~UN. Claudre R~eid, Garage. SAGINAW.~ Saginaw~ Cadillac Complpany. Writlnetrie. - Vhicle~ Srervice Co.., Stor-l Im IV "go "W SAlujiNAW,)UUNTY MICHIGAN SAGINAW.tB~t Eastman & Range Garag~e, Cole and S tea~rnsa CarsJ. Daty andNih Service. Btirssi Bros., Auttomobile Accessories and Hardware. Culver-Delsle C0. Prescription Drunggists. MI, l IL -,-y P.SE Cdo age Elec, Valley The So inav B. G.. Bat~teries, Mazdadr Auto Lamps.* -trical A-uto Anccessories. l Homrle TJelephonee Comp~any. 3u ecoiad Nationall Bankr of S. IL,V, Mich. App~leby Co, Real Estate. 7 11A - Z AID Is 13,E sny A R 4E.. 23 '27 ~ 1 ( 12 Ui23 24- ~ FY~'f \~2 2 30 2 25 30 29' 7 C ~ll~i~31 32 3$ 35 _36 ffx/32 3 3 ~3 5~ RR.... E R. 2 E G M1 AND 1 p~,n~,~~ e 3 z3 8ch IFW; 9 101 92117m -i~r~ IRO 0 12 7 - I IS ~3 13 Z 16 f?i-I 71F s 2 24 -1A3 M LL r7i NEI?;U3ýLI j 36 31 z!~ 36 31 33SE 3 T9 12 7 8 -9 10 12~1 S13 16 17 15 18 1 6 LD -n `I: HED O 1923 4 19:~:f [42 2~ 19 21) 22;.2 --...2 3 I 2 IAVL O 26 u 2 3 28 6 5'2 6 2 3133 '35 C,.3-7 ~ ~ 3 34 36 35 36. 3 SS;CH, ~~LES FS c '9 10 I I. 8' o I t 12 7 10! /5 17 7 1 [ 16 i A, 4- 1 21 2 13 2+ ~ 2 3( 0 2 c0 2 27 ý6 725 7 6 2 2 7 2 30 L2 9 28 33 3+ 3517ý7 ýA 3 2 33.00 3 36 31 32.53h, ST.. CHARLES. St. Charles~s Autoo Co., Ageiricy Chevrolet Cars. 17 1,7~fEf~ X &I I -s. 17 16 IS 11 n4 1 13 22 1 10 L~Crl 2/ 2 2 7 6 ar- - 133 5 3633.34-.35 3 31- F36 E5 1~ Spi -e _. " _"-=J 0 jj 'kfi~~V-~S' "' ZýK

Page  80 80 TUSCOLA COUNTYi This county was laid out in 1840 and was organized in 1850. The name is thought to mean "level lands.'" It is located in about the east central part of the SLower Peninsula and is bounded on the riorth by Saginaw bay and Huron county, On the east by Sanilac, county, on the south by Lapeer and Genesee counties, and on the west by Saginaw and Bay counties. The total land area is 454'440.14 acres. Of this number about 451,000 acres are devoted to fine farms. The population is 34,913 (1910 census). In 1911 the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $26,092,395 on all taxable lands. There are 157 schools, an enrollment of 7,693 students, requiring the services of 248 teachers. The county has twenty-three banks and ten weekly newspapers, also good telegraph, telephone and rural mail "* service in every community. ~ Caro is the county seat and the largest town. The population is 2,500. This town is located on the Caro branch, Bay City division, Michigan Central Railroad. and the Detroit, Bay City & Western Railway, thirty-two miles southeast of Bay City, thirty-nine miles north of Lapeer and one hundred miles northwest of Detroit. It is lighted by electricity, has an excellent system of water works, a voluntary fire department, good hotels, churches of the leading religious denominations, good schools, two banks, two newspapers and one of the largest beet sugar factories in the state. ".Vassar, another town in the county, is advantageously located on the Cass river and on the Michigan Central and Pere Marquette Railroads, thirteen and one-half miles southwest of Caro and eighty-six from Detroit. It is surrounded and supported by a rich agricultural section, is lighted by electricity, has broad, well shaded and well paved streets, a fine system of water works, a fire department, natural drainage aided by a sanitary sewerage system, a public library, opera house, good hotels, several churches, a splendid public school system, four banks and two newspapers. The manufacturing interests include flour and feed mills, shipping crate factory, machine shop, milk condensing factory, dye factory, cement block works, grain elevators, etc. Other towns in the county are Cass City, Fairgrove, Gagetown, Kingston, Mayville, Millington, and Reece, all in a good agricultural section. The transportation facilities of the co.unty are the Michigan Central Railroad, Pere Marquette Railroad, Pontiac, Oxford & Northern Railroad, Detroit & Huron Railroad, Detroit, Bay City & Western Railroad.

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Title: Tuscola County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Saginaw Bay; Wisner; Wisner; Sch.; Chu.; Detroit Bay City Western R. R.; Bay Park; Akron; Bay Park; Unionville; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Wiscoon River; Wisconsin River; Columbia; Columbia; Ashmore; Colling; Sch.; Cem.; Cu.; Huron Co.; Elmwood; Colewood; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Elmwood; Elkland; Gagetown; Green Leaf; Sch.; Chu.; Cass City; Detroit Huron; Quanicassee; Gilford; Gilford; Sch.; Cem.; T. Hall; Chu.; Pere Marquette R. R.; Downing; Bay Co.; Akron; Fairgrove; T. Hall; Sch.; Cem.; Fairgrove; Almer; Sch.; Co. Farm; Cem.; Caro; Central R. R.; Ellington; Ellington; Cass River; Sch.; Cem.; Chu.; White Creek; Novesta; Sch.; Chu.; Deford; Denmark; Reese; Sch.; Chu.; Richville; Michigan Central R. R.; Juniata; Watrousville; Moor Cr.; Michigan Central R. R.; Vassar; Sch.; Cem.; Indian Fields; Wahjamega; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Cass River; Wells; Sch.; Chu.; D. B. C. & Western R. R.; Sucker Cr.; Harmon L.; Kingston; Sch.; Wilmot; Kingston; Tuscola; Tuscola; Sch.; Chu.; Perrys Cr.; Vassar; Juniata; Cem.; Chu.; Sch.; Millington; Fremont; Pere Marquette R. R.; Dayton; E. Dayton; Cat. L.; Cem. Chu.; Sch.; Shays L.; Phelps L. Mayville; Silverwood; Lapeer Co.; Pontiac Oxford & Northern R. R.; Koylton; Clarks L.; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Sanilac Co.; Saginaw Co.; Genesee Co.; Arbela; Elva; Sch.; Chu.; T. Hall; Arbella; Millington; Millington; Sch.; Cem.; Watertown; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Cedar L.; Fostoria; Spruce L.; Lapeer Co.; Lapeer Co. Caro; H. S. Myers & Co., Garage, Buick Cars; Cass City; Treadgold's Drug Store; Vassar; William Grant, Garage
81 TUSCOLA COUNTY MICHIGAN CARO. H. S. M-yers & Co., Garage. Buick Caru. CASS CITY. Treadgold's Drug Store. VASSAR. William Grant, Garage. /0 212 23 29 28 HURON pif;,3 -7 46 -9; R. 11 8.4 R9 aR R. 10 E. co. &VOC 11 - s II -J LLLz:Lý 11 P Z3 1 4ww.s i;F 11 I I lpýý-A Tjt;--ý-rr-mwm II 2/ IR S24 t[ 19.2 21 225 29 7.30 t4 IL4 F-I,,::/ i I I!90 I-,1 < ',,,,,,-,,it F I;PN q Zvi i PFI r vt F_ ji s c fQ v AA 9& Wwu L-A-il I n L IA. ]N/ý, 1 11-0, rl --Wlý:--7 7701-40 FýWJF I R 11 A.1c 1t O's "4w 1 I! d"Jl_l >'1!_//_ - IE ""-- P "'-"' '--''--'" , r--'-'-"'-I r-'-----'--1 i"---"" II --I:rt"ET' F----!. _ il,,.'-l/.. q tielti, t/ - I _ If - I 1 - l - - imr mu[,i Ii ~ _ ii 11 jo 11 It, I Kf ý A! p / ~ ~ L /4 / /1/4/6 17% ' /" L I.9ch. I a I FN[ 1. N M--l 7-mlhoAml L lzx Ij I yl, 'I /S 14 c 2v. L 1ý.2 16 /8 9 it 20 22 24 14- -"6 211 M fqn Rsh Ci 9-" ]-I %'A T MlWAl vivrallm 17, r FF i 12 1117.'.Jl ýL. IV" 19 M'l,- "y,='l U2 37 F;ýj fOýL2 "'ll L! i F - t ~ - a! '.IL . I I Mi LL-1 jjIILlAlf.'.'bl6?= I J I-- - - I.. ZZ -=!:E b c X >1 LJL I LLJLJ I 2' ý' 31 so 2 6 30 j 7 c I- I1:l|]l...-llr,.__:__..__l........ m--,.,\ /r--* -- -- Ir'P "'--"i m, i I 1 6,32 0 S:! I -344 f- I liC 14-o -1 I1 -A5 m --v r- ri if.1 11 W 7." M 4-ý%R L / I-1 I k. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 II 11,#lr-.I.I. ll 'lil " 7 IL Prc- RA. 16 12 tl 1! 1 E ESC 16 15 13 3 24 19 21 23 JO)a i 2:6 T]2 )0,, 21 23 25 2 K2 /9 2t) 28 --.. - i - __, - I? 6 i. V I IL I tý- 1 31 27 2 25 ffo\" -9 26 F71F F-I F-77 F--IF V 2;.J02 -24!9 25 F67 FS] ILE -1 m ch. S6 2 [ ZffI3 C- LU El C-3 2 m.~ ~ Ew,D,-,Y Ix j I| _,,4 -j L---i IL.L-Ihj -. I. I..................... i - -.. 10 12 I lyn"vpl iELI J II - II \ll, sib~ 1f ý.-- ý-- --l IF4 I L--ýý ý IAý I I I I L-.Ij t: S... ti-'--.. .:T l: ---i+=<II. l~ eq L L~J __ AT%, N"I .li -' ii -A Rl I1 |I --IF - L20 2 2 illy! II i rqll-tm 19 20 24 C-I .j 34,w k / J ,r,,..,,, ll 'l I I i l,,. 6 II C LC ATC A' 29 _q 2926 2. AA25 4cw 9 6 _q4- i S31 "k- \ -L- 15 <I pa, A2 3ý 17] - lr-Z,ý17, C l 2 3 4 36 72 LPE U.,9 E. CO. GEX4ESEE R-7 E. gP C I Itw

Page  82 82... ~; i E ri '" ~-~--- ~~ ~..,~;~ ~E ';r X~ ,;.~ --~B '? '~ " T~: i'.4. -.-'.~ ~... ~ i; r -~ r '" i' '"'" '- "51, e t~y- ~c i . n-I ~~: 1.:SS;:~i:1 ~ 4''-`'~ ~g: c; ~ij;.;~ 6 r.:-~ ~ I.: i~i-i-- rnr""y-rzti;a.,r ~r - -;~: ~ ' '' ~'".,. r.:. '" ~~--: -~=~JI ~;~ -- '' -; ~~.P..r j --.-~~ ~,~ '".~o, -'~-lL~:;- r~.ct~CI *:; i-. 5 C.-.. ~_ F, Z ~~ 1:i i P- ~~.~:~-h-... vc~5.i a.z:F t t ~-~;r: ~-~~ '~"'-~; 'e ~:' --J~: L r " c~~ \i \'4 t `~, " i~ ``;~~. 4. ';~;~r 2. C,. i;..: ~~~ Y1. I '." - t i \ i t .;~ L. t -e r'.r ~ \ ~5: r- r- Ir L, ~; ~, $.1, F: ~- -_LL '' -..---- -fr~N--~r *:; if -`r -i ~-'i~;~t d~. ~. ^~;i -- --" I ~I~i~ ~ '"~~ i. ' a- ~ji: 5?'': : ~i r_~ T:...... I ~_,,LrC b e.i' a,.1 SA-.~ANILA0 MUNTYN'~P Sanilac' couniii- was h~ oild 04-111 -18-2.2- Whd, wwiiff -or-ganl'ed in6 1848. The.. county takres its name'! from a famous Indlan chief -'who took pdtt. in-Ahoe~ early Wars between~ the Iroquois an&__ Wvjandottetes..- It is.locatedl:--.in. the ttxtem6 -~aern,. par eb:~h~ Southiern Peninrsula. 'lsb~xdre r E~rncui~~ on the -east, -Lapeer and St. C'lair counties oil u oith,:.. ad -Lapeer.. 'd 11' cola: counties. on the he s~. Th otal ~land 'are~a 4-s 6816,213.60 --A~cres. 0 is. lsnumbotfi' about 552,000 acres are dev'6ted to splendid farms. Th'- popuilat~ion:is' 339930, (I910C);censu~s)., T~he valuateion, of taxable' property as -0sti -mated by the k ate board of tax commissibneris in "'191-19 is.'$25ý99799839.. Thero are '159 -sc~hools, furnishing. p osit~ion. s for 79 teachers and an en'r~ollment of 8,659.studient's. `The'count-. has 1 2'6 balaks -and 12 weekly newsplapers.'- Good telegraph, -telephone And f-fral mail setvic o is.-fouun in neaerly every localitySanduskiy is~the judi'Cial seat of the county and ha-s a:nplto of~ about!;'00~0. It is located oif the T'er6 M8arqluette Railway; eight miles -west of C'a~soniville and forty-six northwest!of -P~qt.Huron,; has IEpi~kopal, Methodist, and- Presbyterian,, churhes -~i'c~ric igh power Plant,- -6 porait!-dp ea- hous6'~%water w-orkrs, -seV erage, good hotels, two banks: aird tw~: weekly' new-'s'p'pers$... Croswell, the largest town in the couintS,, has. aboui 1',500 _inhabitants. Jt Is. located on the Black river and on the Pere Marquette Ra'114a-y, -ttiiNinty- miles --so uth;L east of Sandusky, twenty-sixi above Port HPuron and ninety above Detroit. -It -ha-s a large area of ýfhe -agriculftural territory -tributary for which -it. is the receiving and distributing point. It is lighted by electricity, has good sewerage system, water' workis, churches 'of 'many denomii ations, excellent public, schools, opera-houses, -sugar factory, brick and tile workis, flour miill, creamery., --bridgo and culvert -works~, two banks, twto newspapers, etc. Other towns of the ýcolinty include -Marlette, Appliega'tte, -BrowFin Ciity, -Deckeriville, Forestville, and L~exington, all -ini a good agric~ultuiral sect~ion. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Pere* Marqueftee Detroit, Bay CityWrestern, and the Detroit & Huron Railroa'ds-.

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Title: Sanilac County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: D. & H. R.R.; GREENLEAF; Sch.; Cass River; T. Hall; Chu.; Cumber; AUSTIN; Fretburgers; MINDEN; Minden City; Pere Marquete R.R.; Pams; Cem.; DELAWARE; Charleston; Forestville; S. Br. Cass River; EVERGREEN; Chu.; Sch.; Cem.; ARGYLE; WHEATLAND; Deckerville; MARION; Indian Cr.; Big Cr.; Cherry Cr.; Richmondville; RESTER; Brockton; Lamotte; Decker; Moore; Snover; Urban; D.B.C. & W. R.R.; CUSTER; T. Hall; McGregor; BRIDGEHAMPTON; Forester; Chu.; Cem.; Sch.; Marlette; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Elmer; ELMER; T. Hall; WATERTOWN; SANDUSKY; WASHINGTON; Carsonville; Pere Marquette R.R.; Applegate; SANILAC; Port Sanilac; Marlette; Sch.; Chu.; T. Hall; FLYNNE; Elk Creek; ELK BUEL; Peck; LEXINGTON; Croswell; Brown City; MAPLE VALLEY; Pere Marquette R.R.; Valley Center; Sch. Chu.; SPEAKER; FREMONT; Melvin; Roseberg; Amadore; Cem.; WORTH; LAKE HURON; Huron Co.; Tuscola Co.; Lapeer Co.; St. Clair Co. Brown City; Samuel T. Sheppard, "The Nyal Store," Drugs, Sundries, Smokers' Articles; Marlette.; O.E. Burke, Garage. Overland Car; Thomas W. Edwards, Hotel
83 InIN AO CAUNTY SANIL u v MICHIGAN B3ROWNV CITY. Samu-rel T. Sheppard, "Thle N-yal Store," D~rugs, Sundries, Smlokers' Articles. MARLETTE.3E 0. E. B~urkre, Garalge. Overlanda Ca".s Thomals W. EdwPards, Hoted. P-Al _II-iA,49 sqc 9-- I( - 1]. R-3 ll LA- I1I-4bi@ A. - I I -, CP F--~4 -ai' I 7 _ - - IT 31 1~~ND FEE ZE Igi~Z................ -------- IIV-1 HAK ~1$ T 14- 15 168 9 1920 21 Jhl 3~ n Ht _3 o 29 30 9 2~ 5 '~;~3~~ff~ff~~f~~ff~ff~11 8~ ~rl30 29 '11 'D 28 263 tM -3P 3 3G / -3 ~5 -36u 35.3 2 33 66 s /8 kL 3 1 17 16 1 4 3 G ~ Q~ 3 R C MoQ ý 16 y"Iý 7 16V \\ ~j\\\~\: \~ r_4.. 1 1 20 2Z 24 zo Z/ 22 23 24 -/91, 2 2 /jý. A 9, r" 2 211 23 jr-._ýo, 20 2.Z 23 24 -ý Výi F FT if 30 26 rA 7j~/~9~l$28 ý2 ~ II r3~h29/1~ks (j5Z5hll~o( ~jl/ ~ ~~;j.17 6 25 RN/l*-s~F Jt ~ L-~L- ~ t _ ~_ Ircnvlb~ 7r; II lr -t~:~s~nppr, e 33 36 (36 3 'L1 R -3. 3.? 3 -3-1- 39 -76 vi L c /7 13 //7L 13 M /o s id W 16151413 /7 15147 /19 20 E 3 20 HI I 3,~ 29 '5 W /S 3 20 ~ 1 ~ 3 1 1 2?3 20 -30 29;2 30 27 2 f8 27 26i too 16/ 4 / 7, /5- 4 13 1 13 17 16 14- 13 T Ha (rrIE 12239 2 E 3;2 3 ii /9 21 22 23 9 ZD 2 [ 27go" 92 21 0 3 29 7 -,)~ t 2 6 A I LE 8rs62s 9 0 3-1- 351t E-4~;2 3 all~O ~ 2 9 013 8 9 /Or 07 5* 133 0 23 Z-17- 19iS / 23 -A.M; 2 ~/ 9 28 7 0e/9 E-]4 Iwo 36 32 34 3 36 31J 31 32 3135 6 2 M)T 6 6 3 6 / 3 -- i I 16T. 13 15 13 4v 25 24- 194 18 8 6253 29 6 30 336 3 3 A5, 31 1 32 -?3 36r CO I 9 I I

Page  84 84 HURON COUNTY. Huron county was laid out in 1840 and was organized in 1859. The county was named for the lake- bordering on: the north, east and west, and the lake,,in turn, was so called from a tribe of Indians called the Hurons, who lived there. The county is located, in the eastern part of the Lower Peninsula in what is known as the "Thumb" district. It is bounded on the north by Lake Huron, on the east by Lake Huron, on the south by Tuscola and Sanilac counties, and on the west by that part of ILake Huron known as Saginaw bay and by Tuscola county. The total land area is 536,982.63 acres. Of this number, about 472,000 acres are devoted to farms, some of which are of the best in the eastern part of the state. The total population of the county is 34,758 (1910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $24,866,457 on all taxable land. There are 126 schools, which were attended by 8,475 pupils last year, requiring 222 teachers. The county has 17 banks and 11 weekly newspapers. Also good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service throughout. Bad Axe is the judicial-seat of the county and has a population of about 2,000. It is located on the Pere Marquette and Grand Trunk Railroads, 63 miles northwest of Port Huron. It has Baptist, Episcopal, German Evangelical, Mennonite, Methodist, Presbyterian and Catholic churches, a $40,000 high school, water works, opera house, good hotels, a $40,000 court house, two banks and two newspapers. This is the trading center for a productive agriculture section and large quantities of grain, hay, seed, produce and live stock are shipped. IHarbor Beach has a population of about 2,000, and is located on the shore of Lake.IHuron _and -the Pere M1arquette Rallroad, 18 -miles -east of.Bad Axe..and -60, miles above Port Huron. It is a great grain market for the whole o~ the Huron Peninsula. There are Baptist, Free Methodist, Lutheran, Methodist Episcopal, Presbyterian and Catholic churches, good schools, a library, an opera house, three public halls, two banks, water works, fire department, electric lighting plant, and two live newspapers. Manufactories consist of flour, corn starch, wheat starch, macaroni, food pastes, cement tile, building blocks, and butter. As a summer resort, the surroundings are splendid, Other towns of the county are Caseville, Elkton, Kinde, Owendale, Pigeon, Port Austin, and:Port Hope, whose shipments consist largely of wheat, cattle, hay, sugar beets and flax. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Grand Trunk, Pere Marquette, Pontiac, Oxford & Northern, Michigan Central and the Detroit & Huron Railroads, also the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company.

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Title: Huron County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Sebewaing; Sebewaing Cr.; Sch.; S.V. & L.H. R.R.; Kilmanagh; Owendale; BROOKFIELD; GRANT; Mud L.; Rescue; Popple; McIntyre; North Burns; SHERIDAN; Atwater; Detroit & Huron R.R.; Sch.; Chu.; Cem.; Wadsworth; BINGHAM; Ubly; PARIS; Parisville; Pere Marquette R.R.; SHERMAN; Ruth; Sch.; Pontiac Oxford & Northern R.R.; SAGINAW BAY; Kate-Cha Is.; FAIR HAVEN; WINSOR; Pigeon; Saginaw Tuscola & Huron R.R.; OLIVER; Elkton; COLFAX; Pere Marquette R.R.; VERONA; Bad Axe; SIEGEL; Rapson; SAND BEACH; Harbor Beach; Rock Falls; Helena; Sand Point; North Is.; Stony Is.; North Is.; Sand Point; Pigeon Club; CASEVILLE; Bayport; Old Bayport; Mud Cr.; Pontiac Oxford & North R.R.; Pigeon River; MCKINLEY; Berne; CHANDLER; MEADE; Kinde; Fillion; LINCOLN; BLOOMFIELD; Redman; Port Hope; RUBICON; Caseville; LAKE; Rush L.; Pinnebog; Pinnebog River; Ft. Crescent; HUME; DWIGHT; HURON; Light House; GORE; Point Aux Barques; PORT AUSTIN; Grinostone; Tuscola Co.; Sanilac Co.; LAKE HURON; Charity Is.; Little Charity Is. Bad Axe; Bad Axe Auto Compnay, Automobiles, Repairing and General Machin Work, Plumbing, Heating, Electrical Work; Dunlap Garage Company, Buick Distributors for Huron County; The Misses Skinner, Books, Stationery, Music, Eastman Kodaks and Supplies; Pigeon; Diebel Auto Company, Automobiles, Storage, Repairs and Supplies; Harder Garage and Salesroom, Automobiles, Accessories and Repairs; Port Austin; Point of Pines Hotel. Steam Heat, Sample Room, Bus to All Trains; Dan Allan, Garage and Sales Room, Autombile Accessories and Repairs, Stationary and Marine Engines, Repairing
BALD AXE. Badl Axe Auto Company, Autxomobiles, Re~pairing and Genaeral Maachinle W~ork, Plumbinlg, Heathig,, Electrical W~orlk. Dunlap Garagee Company, Bu x ick D~istriburtors for HE]uronl County. The ~Misses Skinnecr, Books, Stationery, Music,, Eastmatn IKodaksr and Supplies. WU0 'N uOUNTY MICIHIG~AN PIGEON.I Diebel Auto Cormpany, Automobiles, Storage, Replairs and Supplies. Harder Garage aInd Salesroom, An-- tomzobiles, Accessories and Repairs. PORT~ AUSTIN. Point of Pines~ Hotel. Stealm Hea~t, Sample Room, Bus to All1 Trainls. 3Daia Allaiii, Garage and Salles Roont, Automobile Accessories and Repairs', Stationanry and Ma~rine ~Engines, Repair~ing. CH. e' r r UZ 21 O)A RITY 18. h.9 'E NT 9D~~ihi~lk u~~~ 24 /2Q2 4 216;28 )~G[ 25 ~[ t0129 8 27 9j3 5 LU~ na lR;,~ I, I~~l ~ j ~3~' a 9 -9~T M / I 'AI 5 ~ 5 /S. 16 15 /4/7 16/5 18/3/4 / 20 -2/ 22 Z-9- Z 9 23 22 9 T93eI ~2~~8 I~1 36 21 -33 S4 36 33 -34- S5 3 9 O[I~~1IIC~ d~[~[Z or, I ILL, 1 11tBfe i3 S ~~(~ g3 2I 22 7 T-5.14-, 13 76 13 Ag r/7: 18 /3 /B 3: 5 4 18 /7 / / 23 r ~ I[ZS,~29 1 28 27 6-~6 1~5s3 ~ 3 0 sBz.5 S Z.536.63 34. -31 1 -32 23 6j 3 I I /9 TUSC;VL B.O'Bo 414.1 U mi w.z xLCL. 1 % AJ a twOU4 "o.L40 "w 4APS Ly 0 I e l-1 VI/Z wr IT04P IQ Xi. AM we

Page  86 86 BAY COUNTY. Bay county was laid out in 1831 and was at that time called Arenac. In 1857 it was organized and took the name of Bay, because of its location on the,:bay of Saginaw. The total land area of the county is 284,626.69 acres, of whic h-about 215,000 acres are in good.farms. Bay county is located in the eastern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded entirely on the east by Saginaw bay. Itfhas a population of 68,238 (1910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners., placed the value of taxable land throughout the county at $39,331,544. There are a total of 93 schools, with an enrollment of 12,085 children, requiring 322 teachers. " "The county has 17-banks, 8 newspapers, telegraph, telephone and rural route service. Bay City is the county seat and has a: population of 45,166 (U. S. census 1910). i It is a natural railroad, deep water and manufacturing center, and occupies an Sideal location at a point 'where the Saginaw river flows into Saginaw bay, and is surrounded by a rich and productive farming section. It is a little more than 100 miles north of Detroit, the chief city of the state. It has nearly 200 miles of streets; 35 miles of paving, over:100 miles of sewers, 25 miles of-electric. street railway, 50 miles of gas -mains, 10 public parks covering 35 acres and -valued at. - $600,000, a water works plant valued at $1,000,000, 100 miles of water mains, a $147,000 municipal electric lighting plant, a fire department comprising ten station -t houses, a police department, 18 public school buildings;::19 parochial schools, public Slibrary, theaters, 3 hospitals,- first-class hotels, 8 banks, a $300,000 city hall, State S...... armory,: an.$80,000 Y. M. C. A. building, a $200,000W:postoffice and beau-tiful churches = ~. of nearly every denomination. There are two daily and three weekly newspapers j.. published in Bay City.:In 1860, the inexhaustible salt basin that underlies this section was tapped, the wsuccess of which resulted in the manufacture of salt,, which has since developed into immense proportions: The first beet sugar plant to be erected in the state was built in Bay City in 1898. Since then other.large and modern beet sugar plants have been put into operation. The beet sugar industry has proved to be a large factor in the success of this locality as a manufacturing community. Close to the limits of the city are coal mines, with a large annual.output, which are now supplying some of the railroads and many manufacturing plants. The fishing on Saginaw Abay gives employment to a large number of people. Pickerel, bass, white-fish, perch, catfish, sturgeon and other fish are caught. The city's industries include saw-mills, sash and door factories, largest plant in the United States for making wooden pipe, large woodenware factory,, veneer works, hardwood flooring mill, large Portland cement plant, railroad locomotive wrecking crane works, denatured alcohol plant, chemical company, etc. Other important cities of the county are Pinconning and Essexville. Pinconjing, with a population of about 800, islocated on the Michigan Central and Detroit & Mackinac Railroads, and on the Pinconning river, one and one-half miles from Saginaw bay and 19 miles above Bay City. It is lighted by electricity, has Catholic, German Lutheran, Methodist and Presbyterian churches, public school, library, two banks, a weekly newspaper, water works, etc. Essexville is a town of about 1,600 and is located on the east bank of the Saginaw river near its mouth, and about three miles below Bay City, of which it is, in fact, a suburb. Hais Baptist, CongregationaT and Catholic churches, sugar S.factory; chemical works, shlingle-mill, etc. A street railway affords communication.with Bay City. ". -.. The transportation ficilities of the county include the Michigan Central, Pere Si'Marquette, Grand Trunk,:Detroit & Mackinac Railroads, the Erie & Michigan RailW; ay and Navigation Company, and the Saginaw & Bay City Electric.

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Title: Bay County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Gibson; School; Bentley; Sch.; School; Saganing Creek; Michigan Central R.R; Pinconning River; Pinconning; Feather Creek; School; Mt. Forest; GARFIELD; School; North Branch Kawkawlin River; Crump; Cheese Fact.; Chute Creek; Fraser; T. Hall; Church; Duel; School; BEAVER; Seidlers; Willard; Loehme; Kawkawlin; Michigan Central R.R.; Linwood; Bay Side; SAGINAW BAY; Detroit and Mackinac R.R.; School; Church; Michigan Central R.R.; Cem.; WILLIAMS; MONITOR; BAY CITY; Auburn; Kawkawlin River; Bay City; BANGOR; Kawkawlin; MONITOR; Poor Farm; HAMPTON; Detroit Bay City & Western R.R.; PORTSMOUTH; Frankenlust; School; Michigan Central; Grand Trunk; Pere Marquette; Saginaw River; Southern Elec.; T. Hall; Munger; MERRITT; Michigan Central R.R.; Midland Co.; Gladwin Co.; Arenac Co.; Tuscola Co.; Saginaw Co. Bay City; First National Bank; G. W. Ames' Real Estate Exchange. Stocks, Bonds, Abstracts, Insurance. Money to Loan on Real Estate Security; The Jennison Hardware Co., Distributors of United States Tires. Automobile; and Launch Supplies; Henry Crotty, Books, Stationery, Camera Supplies; W.T. Fowley & Co., Drugs of Quality. Farmers Auto and Machinery Co., West Side; Central Auto Co., The Garage of Service, Distributors for Oakland and Chevrolet Automobiles. Pinconning. Walworth & Quinney, Machine Shop, Garage and Accessories
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Page  88 88! I f '* *!.,' MIDLAND _COVNT-.. Midland county was laid out in 1831 and was organized in 1850. The name is descriptive of the geographical location of':this county as it is very-nearly in the center of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on i- the north by Gladwin county, on the east by Bay and Saginaw counties, on tithe south by Gratiot and Saginaw counties, and on the west by Isabella county. The total land area is 336,476.23 acres, of which about:177,000 acres are in farms which are very productive. The population is 14,005 (1910 census); The valuation of all taxable lands, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $9,239,473.:There are 87 school.s, supplying positions for 125 teachers,. and-3,812 children in attendance. The county has four banks and three weekly newspapers. Telegraph, telephone and''rural mail service is found in nearly every locality. Midland, the county seat and largest town of the county, has about 3,000 inhabitants. It is located at the confluence of the Tittabawassee and Chippewa rivers, and on the Pere Marquette and Michigan Central Railroads, about 20 miles northwest of Saginaw and 18 west of Bay City. It5 is well laid out, with broad and wellshaded streets, has churches of the Episcopal, Presbyterian, i'Methodist, Baptist, German Lutheran and Catholic denominations, six good schools, a free library, an opera house, has good sewerage and water works, good hotels, two banks and two weekly newspapers.. The manufacturing industries consist of flour, lumber, shingle, lath, cider and heakling-mills, pickle depots, brick and tile works, cigar factories, electric lighting plant, chemical works, a bleaching powder factory, foundry, machine shops, etc. The surrounding country produces excellent crops of wheat, oats, hay, beans, sugar beets, etc: Coleman has a population of about 1,100. It is located on the Pere Marquette Railway, 20, miles northwest of Midland and 40 from Saginaw. Has Episcopal, Presbyterian, Methodist, Latter Day. Saint and Catholic churches, good educational advantages, an electric lighting:plant, a bank and a weekly newspaper. The....-"county's transportation facilities include the Michigan Central and Pere Marquette. Railroads.:

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Title: Midland County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: WARREN; EDENVILLE; Coleman; Curtice; School; Church; Edenville; HOPE; T. Hall; MILLS; Pere Marquette R.R.; Alamando; School; Church; N. Bradley; T. Hall; Geneva; Jerome; Sanford; Lincoln; Averill; Cem.; Larkin; Hubbard; School; GREENDALE; Cem.; Church; LEE; St. Elmo; Chippewa River; School; Hall; HOMER; Hall; MIDLAND; Golden; Midland Co. Poor Farm; Cem.; Tittabawassee River; School; Pleasant Valley; Pine River; JASPER; School; Porter; Little Salt; MOUNT HALEY; Jam; T. Hall; Bullocks Cr.; Poseyville; Ingersoll; Laporte; Saginaw Bay; Bay Co.; Gladwin Co.; Isabella Co.; Gratiot Co. Midland; Charles W. Kellogg, Insurance and Real Estate; Main Garage, Service Given Prompt and Proper Attention. General Machine Work
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Page  90 90 ISABELLA COUNTY. Isabella county was laid out in 1831 and was organized in 1859, being named in honor of Queen Isabella of Spain. It is located in the central part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Clare county, on the east by Midland county, on the south by Montcalm and Gratiot counties and on the west by Mecosta county. The total land area is 368,746 acres, of which about 300,000 acres are devoted to farms which are very productive. The federal census of 1910 gives the county a population of 23,029. The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the, state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $16,028,215. The school system is equal to that of any of the larger counties, there being 113 schools, requiring the services of 152 teachers, and an attendance of 4,806 students. The county has eight banks and four weekly newspapers. Good telephone, telegraph and rural mail service is to be had in every community. Mount Pleasant, the capital city of the county, contains about 4,500 people. It is located on the Chippewa river, and on the Ann Arbor. and Pere Marquette Railroads, 53 miles northwest of Saginaw and 149 from Detroit. The city has an excellent system of public improvements, is lighted by gas and electricity, a good sewerage and drainage system, a good water works, fire department, paved streets, a forty-acre park, opera house, two banks, first-class hotels, a fine court house, public library, two weekly newspapers, churches of the Adventist, Baptist, Disciples, Episcopal, German Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Unitarian and Catholic denominations, splendid school system, etc. The city's industrial interests include, among others, a milk condensing plant, veneer works, chicory factory, calcium works, cigar factories, flour-mill, planing-mill, grain elevators, light and fuel plant, hub and lath-mill, foundry, etc. The surrounding country is rich and productive and produces a wide diversity of crops. Shepherd has a po~pulation of about 1,000. It is located on the Ann Arbor Railroad and on Salt river, 7 miles southeast of Mount Pleasant. It has Baptist, Christian, Methodist, United Brethren and Catholic churches, a graded public school, an opera house, two banks and a weekly newspaper. The principal transp~ortation facilities of the county are the Ann Arbor and Pere Marquette Railroads.

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Title: Isabella County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Clare Co.; Devil Cr.; Sch.; Vernon; Chu.; Herrick; Sch; COLDWATER; GILMORE; Glass L.; Pere Marquette; Cem; Loomis; Cem.; Brinton; Littlefield; T. Hall; VERNON; Burnham; Russell; WISE; Chu; Sch; Stevesnson L.; Hall; Sherman City; Kolbenbeck Cr.; Wise; Store; SHERMAN; Weidman; NOTTAWA; Rosebush Sta.; Delwin; Weidman; DENVER; Horr; Beal; Vandecar; ISABELLA; Leaton; Tomkinsville; Drew; Coldwater L.; Whiteville; Jordan Cr.; Jordon; Cheese Fact.; Isabella; Bundy; North Branch Chippewa River; Ann Arbor R. R.; Chippewa River; Pere Marquette R.R.; Caldwell; DEERFIELD; Pere Marquette R. R.; CHIPPEWA; Foster; Mount Pleasant; Onion Cr.; BROOMFIELD; Boyden; UNION; Alembic; S. Mt Pleasant; Drain Potter Cr.; Pine River; North Branch of Pine; Salt River; Blanchard; Pere Marquette; Winn; LINCOLN; Crawford; Shepherd; ROLLAND; Rowland; FREMONT; Strickland; COE; Jerseyville; Mecosta Co.; Montcalm Co.; Gratiot Co.; Summerton; Coe; Midland Co. Mt. Pleasant; Myers & Miller, Real Estate, Building Contracts and Estimates, Investments, Money to Loan; Johnson's Garage, Dealer in Ford Motor Cars; Livery in Connection; Salesroom and Garage; Storage, 50 Cents; Shepherd; Shepherd Auto Co., Bebee & Graff Proprs., Oils and Accessories, Repairing
.91 MT..PLEA~SANT. Myers &~ Miller, Real Estate, Building Contracts and Estimates, Investments, Money to Loan. Johnson's Garage,, Dealer in Ford MIotor Cars. Livery in Con~nection. Salesroom and Garage. Storage., ~50 Cents. I-S- ABELLA COUNTY MICHIGAN SHEIPHE~RD. Shepherd A~uto Co., DBebee &~ Graft Proprs., Oils and Accessories, Rep airing. 'll T CP b P, d CLARESW wv,1 11I W Apo -th -- -- --rv-- r ý ---- I............---.~... -s 3~ I 1 11 1, 1 1:/! 0 s c-k -. I 1 11 IF F1 6115 1 S CiBEPlPITI -~.---. r 3 / I C- _9I Vt 3q 1'7 1 7 16 14 BUR ul' L. l nNE T. H2 E-4 19 Fo 22 23 24 13 0 21 221 23 20.3 20 Ic m 5k I s '' c 29 2 928 l 6 2 32 36 3 3 - 7 -36 S2 33 31 c~$~~~d~ 8 3 /D 9 /0 12iI'"~i AC/5 7 1 1514 -3 6 1 1 ýIDMZfcl Cch in 7,r 11 r --- 0:HsM ri LsO 'I, /920,rr y 2 21A 2, Dcn. 41 11 1 20 21ce Y'2"J'4 V4--~ 21 2 22 23 ~i ~t' A ~ ~ak~w 11e 2;Z 1 K S "Yl E ----------- L mmu J I I I*LTrlu1 =S -7j~~jjf ý 6EHAILL02-IM~~~~P I 14 ýIF - II L IL at I il I il x 11 Pr\i k-,, r ýFn F- -- 11- I, 1:" O.I -- -Cr ~~~' ~'-~C-E 5) -fY- I I -L71r 1--I ý.u~t 11 "RII' ~_EWýV~j4. 1~~b 28 JL r2 25 29:sc 29 e,ý - Mh 24 WH I TF R NII ir ri 28 V--V-d'pch r 25 f E KU 04Y5 4-1 6 s wsck f)c- k. /5 1 ~-Schz. 5 h.~t~X'-~" ~ -5 /~1I 3 -7 'r- I~ 728 ~ ~ rl~~~ 31 33 34.35 32 -T -------- CY -1 Ecrh 3 9j a_ C -rr 9 //,, mii -, '. 7ý2ý1 - iik~i4~~l1-31~~1 -3 L2. ~crrl ýN f P WZh. I)si;r ---r"--rP--. -- - --~ t _;irrl -I-- I fIF"'ll +mn, r1~i~i F/ Pi~qP ql,7 I IB -9V r~18(f IPCII -I I i- 0 ft I M,"t f i Am% I r -L~ll 1 1 C H F? [IR. I c e-M -1 e -FL s.h b,'" 13 I Nii~M T,, " 132sc. 12 18 it~t "'. -r- 1J.-V 64k I 13 hJ 171 -m m P 13 11% le-12,k /9 -w W 2 NE 20 22 2 4-c 21 2o IZ lli2 3 8 24 /-99JlYOf2 2L~ ~ 6 sh~? II 26, 2 5 2 -~7II7h I)25 30 28 JIpER IYj~LE 3l~B~IiI- 32 33ý t35 3 9 MEONTC1, LM n TIMM r J.. L.-O w fý. "Zna II IrX '""e

Page  92 92 MECOSTA COUNTY. Mecosta county was laid out in 1840 and was organized in 1859. The name is that of a once famous Pottawatomie chief and is thought to mean "bear cub." This county is located in about the west central part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Osceola county, on the east by Isabella county, on the south by Montcalm county, and on the west by Newaygo county. The total land area comprises 362,778.58 acres. Of this number, about 286,000 acres are devoted to good farms. The population is 19,466 (1910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $10,936,441 on all taxable-lands. There are 113 schools, which were attended by 4,383 pupils last year, requiring the services of 162 teachers. The county has six banks, two daily and five weekly newspapers. Telephone, telegraph and rural mail service is found throughout the county. Big Rapids, the judicial seat and largest city of the county, has a population of about 5,000. It is located on the Grand Rapids & Indiana and the Pere Marquette Railroads, 56 miles north of Grand Rapids. The city is named after the big rapids of the Muskegon river, which flows through it and furnishes unexcelled water power. It is lighted by electricity, has a good water works system, fire and police departments, excellent sewerage system, a public library, an opera house, a court house costing about $30,000, good hotels, paved streets, two banks and three newspapers. The religious and educational advantages include Congregational, Episcopal, Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian, Catholic, Norwegian Lutheran, Germafi Lutheran and Swedish Lutheran churches, a central high and three ward schools, and the Ferris institute, which is known throughout the country. Among the city's prominent industries are planing-and saw-mills, maple floor.-factories gas light and fuel plant, `electric light and power plant, machine shop and manuiiifactories of furniture, cigars, brooms, flour, spring seats, hot blast grates, saw-filing machinery, carriages, veieer, brick, 'etc. Other thriving communities of the county -are;BArrt in,Mecsta. Mbrley-nd Stanwood.. The prinicipal transportation facilities of the county- are the Grand Rapids-& Indiala:and the Pere Marquette Railroads.

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Title: Mecosta County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Osceola Co.; Chu.; Sch.; Cem.; Chu; Cem; Hall; Rattail Cr.; Fish Hatcher; Muskegan River; Rogie L.; Pine L.; Chippewa Cr.; GREEN; Paris; GRANT; Weaver; T. Hall; CHIPPEWA; FORK; North Branch; Barryton; Youngs L.; Chippewa Lake; Chippewa; Pieckerel L.; Evans L.; Cook L.; BIG RAPIDS; Mud L.; Jensen L.; COLFAX; Pere Marquette R.R.; MARTINY; BIG RAPIDS; Clear L.; Rodney; Horse Head L.; SHERIDAN; L. No. 6; Byers; Round L.; East Branch; Pere Marquette R.R.; Mud L.; Blue L.; Mecosta; MECOSTA; AUSTIN; Long L.; MORTON; WHEATLAND; Remus; Stanwood; Muskegan River; Altona; W Millbrook; Millbrook; Grand Rapids & Indiana R. R.; Sylvester; AETNA; Boreland; DEERFIELD; HINTON; MILLBROOK; Little Muskegan River; Morley; Newaygo Co.; Montcalm Co.; Isabella Co. -
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Page  94 94 NEWAYGO COUNTY..NewaygQocounty was laid out-in 1-840 and organized in 1851, the name being that of a famous Chippewa chief. It is located in the west cehta! part of '"he Lower Peninsula, and is bounded on the north by Lake county, on the east by Mecosta and Montcalm. counties, on-the south by Muskegon and Kent counties, and on the west by Oceana and- Muskegon counties. - The total land area is 542,741.03 acres. Of this number, about 326,000 acres are devoted to farms which are ivery productive. The population is 19,220 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable land, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $13,884,995. There...are 127 schools, furnishing positions for 185 teachers, and an enrollment cf 4,706 students. The county has seven banks, five weekly newspapers, also telephone, telegraph and rural mail service. White Cloud, w-hich is the county seat, has a population of about 700. It is located on the White river, and on the Pere Marquette Railroad, 35 miles northeast of Muskegon and 45 north of Grand Rapids. It owns and operates its own electric light and water works plant, has a fire department, public hall, excellent schools, churches of the Congregational, Methodist, Swedish Evangelical and Catholic denominations, two banks and two weekly newspapers. Fremont, the largest town of the county, has about 2,000 inhabitants. It is located on the Pere Marquete Railroad, 12 miles northeast of Newaygo, 24 northeast of Muskegon, and 58 north of Grand Rapids. Has Congregational, Methodist, United Brethren, Holland, Disciples, and Catholic churches, public-hall, water works, good schools, flour mills, saw mill, tannery, canning factory, pickle factory, electric lighting plant, two banks, a weekly newspaper, etc. Other towns of the county include Grant (population 500) and Newaygo (popUlation 1,300). Principal transportation facility of the county is the Pere Marquette Railroad.

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Title: Newaygo County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Lake Co.; School; Pere Marquette River; Addison; Twin L.; Hawkins; TROY; Cedar Cr.; Pickerel L.; HOME; BARON; Cem.; Pickerel Cr.; LILLEY; Lilley; Church; Bass L.; Biteley; S. Br. of P.M. River; Stimson; Freman Cr.; T. Hall; Blue L.; Long L.; Parks; Kirk; Island L.; Nichols L.; Brookings; MERRILL; Crooked L.; NORWICH; Volney; BEAVER; Otia; Spring L.; MONROE; Hungerford L.; Merrill L.; Blue L.; Hungerford; Woodville; Stony L.; Kimes L.; Dowling Cr.; DENVER; Fields; GOODWELL; Herrington Cr.; LINCOLN; Diamond L.; Diamond Loch; WILCOX; Pere Marquette R.R.; Denver; Hesperia; Aetna; White River; White Cloud; Alleyton; DAYTON; Robinson L.; BIG PRAIRIE; Big Prairie; Cem; Worchester; Ryerson; EVERETT; Martins L.; Wilcox; Devil L.; Clarks L.; SHERMAN; Crystol L.; PRAIRIE; Peck L.; Ford L.; Long L.; Oceana Co.; Twin L.; Bass L.; Crooked L.; Muskegon River; Mecosta Co.; Fremont; Kimball L.; Reeman; Fremont L.; GARFIELD; Pickerel L.; BROOKS; Pere Marquette R.R.; Pere Marquette R.R.; Brunswick; NEWAYGO; Croton Dam; CROTON; SHERIDAN; Brookside; Bishop; Pettits L.; Williams Cr.; Bills L.; Sitka; Brooks Cr.; Hess L.; Hall; McLean; Ransom L.; BRIDGETON; Muskegon River; Bridgeton; Blanche L.; GRANT; Rice L.; Sand L.; ASHLAND; Sand Cr.; Grant; Grove; ENSLEY; Dickinson; Sun; Muskegon Co.; Muskegon Co.; Ashland; Crockery Cr.; Kent Co. -
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Page  96 96 OCEANnA CfOUNTT.f Oceana county was laid out in 1831, and was organized in 1856. It is so named because of its bordering upon the large, fresh water sea or ocean. It is located in the ex~trem~e west central part of the Lower Peninsula. The boundaries are-Allason county on the north, New~aygo county on the east, Mluskiegon county on the South, and Lake M~ichigan on the west. The total land area is 345,416.25 acres. Of this number, about 244,000 acres are devoted to fine farms. The population is 18ý379 (19;10 census). In 1911, the state board of tax comm13issioners placed a valuation, of $1-1,853,6'71- on all taxable. land. There are 95,~ schools, furnishing positions for- 156 teachers, and a total of 4,314 pup~ils in attendance. - The county has eight banks, seven weekily' newspaper~s, also,~ splendiid telegraph2, telephone andt rural m~ail service. Hart, the judicial seat and larges~t town in the county, has a population of about 1ý600. It is located on the Pere MSarqluette Railroad, and on the south branch of the Pentwtater ~river, eighzt mziles south of Penztwater, andl forty-two nzorth of Muskiegon. It is lighted by electricity, has water works, fire department, a high school building erected at a cost of about $50,000, churches of several denomuinations, two banks and three week~ly newspapers. T'he industries include saw, flour, planing and shingle-mills, -canning factories, *etc. The shzipmlents comprise peaches, plums, small fruits, potatoes, lumbher', flour, wheat, canned goods and wool. Pentwater has A. population of about 1.,400,. Thiis town is located on the shzore of La~ke M~ichigan at the outlet of Pentwa~ter lake, and on the Pere Marqluette Railr~oad, eigh~t miles northwest of Harbj andi forty-four north of M1~uskliegon. It is lighiedc by electricity, has Baptist, Episicopal, MTethodist, Church of Christ and C.Rthblie churches, excellent educational advanrtages, a public library, an opera house, a fire department, water works, a fruit canning factory, twro banks and a weekly newspaper. The shipments consist of lumb~er, lath, shingles, tanbark, fish and large qluantities of apples, peaches, potatoes and, produce. Other towns of the county are Hesperia, Shelby and WValkierville. The principal transportation fa~cilities of the county are the P~ere Mlarquette Railroad, The Northern Miichigan Transportation Company and the Hill Boat Line.

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Page  98 98 MASON COUNTY. This county was originally laid out in 1840 and was named Notipekago, the Indian name of Pere Marquette river. Later, in 1843, the name was changed and the present name given in honor of Stevens T. Mason, the first governor of the state. The county -was organized in 1855. It is located, in the extreme west central part of the Lower Peninsula, is bounded on the north by Manistee county, on the east by Lake county, on the south by Oceana county, and on the west by Lake Michigan. The total land area is 315,526.87 acres, of which about 172,000 acres are in fine farms. The population is 21,832 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable land, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $13,791,430. The county has a school system equal to those of the larger counties, there being 78 schools, attended by 4,834 students, requiring the services of 153 teachers. There are eight banks, one daily and five weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is found in nearly all localities. Ludington is the judicial seat, also the largest city in the county, having about 9,132 inhabitants. It is situated about half way up the east shore of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Pere Marquette river, 9,8 miles from Milwaukee and 156 from Chicago. It is the western terminus of the Pere Marquette Railroad, and is in the heart of the Michigan fruit belt. The city has paved streets, good sewerage system, excellent schools, a fine public library, an efficient fire department, electric light and power plant, an opera house, first-class hotels, domestic gas for fuel and light, a municipally-owned water works system, churches of the Congregational, Episcopal, Danish Episcopal, German Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, Norwegian Baptist, Presbyterian, Swedish Lutheran and Catholic denominations, two banks, three newspapers, etc. Among the more prominent industrial establishments are saw- and shingle-mills, several big salt factories, including one of the largest salt producing plants in the world, one of the largest manufactories of game boards in the world, watch case factory, foundry, machine shops, boiler works, planing- and feed-mill, a cannery, boat and engine works, cigar factories, manufactories of wood type and printers' specialties, vehicle specialties, woodenware, enameled wood goods, baskets, sash, doors and blinds, snuff, wooden bowls, a grain elevator, etc. Ludington is famous for its summer resort facilities. Other towns of the county are Scottville (population, 1A400) and Custer (population, 325). Scottville is located on the Pere Marquette Railroad and oll the Pere Marquette river, 9 miles east of Ludington and 40 west of Reed City. It is supported.by a rich farming district, and has churches of several denominations, a graded public school, water works, an opera house, flour-mill, grain elevator, butter factory, two banks and a weekly newspaper. Quantities of grain, butter, fruit, flour, potatoes and produce are shipped. The transportation facilitie of the county include the Manistee & Grand Rapids, Ludington & Northern and. the Pere Marquette Railroads, the P ere Marquette Steamship Line, the Northern Michigan Transportation Company.

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Title: Mason County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Manistee Co.; Sch.; Sch; Hoags; FREE SOIL; Hoag Lake; GRANT; MEADE; Cem.; Freeson; Sauble; Manistee Grand Rapids R. R.; Great Sable River; Pere Marquette R.R.; Gun Lake; Chu; Loging R.R.; Alma L.; Blue L.; Long L.; HAMLIN; Siddons; VICTORY; Fountain; Ford L.; Burle L.; Big Sable Lake; T. Hall; SHERMAN; BS; SHERIDAN; Piney Ridge; Hamiln Lake; Weimer; Lincoln River; Bacheler; Round Lake; Chu.; Lincoln Lake; Mud L.; Crystal L; Tallman; Goose L; LUDINGTON; PERE MARQUETTE SUMMIT; AMBER; BRANCH; Long L.; Butersville; Pere Marquette R.R.; Custer; Walhalla; Emerson L.; Pere Marquette Lake; Sootville; CUSTER; Weldon; Branch; Pere Marquette River; Grass L.; Mason Oceana R.R.; Hopkins L.; Barton L.; Carrs P.O.; LAKE MICHIGAN; RIVERTON; Devils L.; Lost L.; EDEN; Woodrill L.; LOGAN; Hall; Oxbow L; Bass Lake Park; Bass Lake; St. Mary's L; Fern; Oceana Co.; Lake Co. -
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Page  100 1O00 LAKE COUNTY. Lake county was laid out in 184.0 and was first named Aishcum, the name of a Pottawatomie chief. In 1843 the name was changed. The county was finally organized in 1-871. The name Lake is peculiarly inappropriate to this county, as it is an inland county and contains but few lakes of any size. It is located in about the west central part of the Lower Peninsula. Its boundaries are: Manistee and Wexford counties on the north, Osceola county on the east, Newaygo county on the south, and Mason county on the west. -The total land area of the county is 36.5,393.85 acres-. Of thi!4 number, about 88,000 acres are now in farmis. The pop~ulation is 4-5934. 'In 19,11, the state board of tax commissioners placed a -valuation of $4,267,298 on all taxable lands. T'here are 48 schools, requiring the services of 67 teachers, and an enrollment of 1,237 students last year. The county- has two banks, two weekly newspapers, and good telegrap~h, telephone and rural- mail service. Baldwin is the -county seat, and has a population of about 550. It is located on the Pere Marquette river and on the Pere Marquette Railroad, 74 miles north of Grand Rapids. It has Congregational and Episcopal churches, a graded public school, good hotels, a $1-0,000 court house and a Weekly newspaper. In the immediate vicinity are to be found some of the finest trout streams in northern Michi gan.- Live stock. potatoes and huckleberries are shipped.

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Title: Lake County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Manistee Co.; Wexford Co.; Shool; School; Little Manistee River; Elbow L; Church; Irons; ELK; EDEN; NEWKIRK; DOVER; Cem.; Little Manistee; Bristol; Big Bass L.; Edgetts; Sauble Manistee & Grand Rapids R.R.; Peacock; PEACOCK; Luther; Sauble; SAUBLE; ELLSWORTH; Wolf L; SWEETWATER; WEBBER; CHERRY; PINORA; T. Hall; Pere Marquette R.R.; Wingleton; Pere Marquette River; Baldwin; PLEASANT; Forman; Crooked L.; Nirvana; Chase; Marlborough; LAKE; VALLEY; PLAINS; CHASE; Big Star L.; Pere Marquette R.R.; Mason Co.; Newaygo Co.; Osceola Co. -
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Page  102 102 OSCEOLA COUNTY. Osceola county was laid out in 1840 and was originally called "Unwattin," the name o fa famous Ottawa chlef. Later, in 1843, the name was changed to Osceola, which is said to mean "black drink." The county was finally organized in 1869. This county is located in about the northwestern part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Wexford and Missaukee counties, on the east by Clare county, on the south by Mecosta county, and on the west by Lake county. The total land area is 367,337.05 acres, and about 249,000! acres are already in good productive farms. The population is 17,889 (1910, census). The valuation of all taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $10,397,176. The school system in this county is good. There are 98 schools, furnishing positions for 150 teachers, and a total enrollment of 4,127 students. The county has nine banks and seven weekly newspapers. Also telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Hersey is the judicial seat of the county. The village has about 350 inhabitants, and is located at the confluence of the Hersey and Muskegon rivrs, on the Pere M\arquette, and Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroads. It has churches of the Congregational, German Evangelical and Methodist Episcopal denominations, an electric light and power plant, a bank and a weekly newspaper. Reed City, the largest town of the county, has a population of about 2,000. This town is located on the Hersey river at the intersection of the Pere Marquette and Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad, four miles west of Hersey, forty-eight east of Ludington, and sixty-eight north of Grand Rapids. It is also in a good agricultural section. It is lighted by electricity, has a good water works system, good hotels, an opera house, grain elevator, excellent educational advantages, a library, churches of the Congregational, Baptist. Lutheran, German Lutheran, Mennonite, Swedish, German Methodist, Methodist and Catholic denominations, two banks and two weekly newspapers. There are manufactories of shingles, maple flooring, saw, planing, heading, flour and woolen mills, foundry, etc. Other towns of the county include Evart (population about 1,400), Le Roy, Marion and Tustin. Evart is situated on the Pere Marquette railroad, between Saginaw and Ludington. It has good hotels, an opera house, good school system, Baptist, Catholic, Methodist and Presbyterian churches, two libraries, electric light and water works plant, fire department, two banks and a weekly newspaper. The shipments include lumberman's tools, lumber, farm produce and grain. The transportation facilities of the county include the Grand Rapids & Indiana, Pere Marquette, Manistee & Grand Rapids and the Ann Arbor Railroads.

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Title: Osceola County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Wexford Co.; Missaukee Co.; Sch.; Sch; BURDELL; HIGHLAND; Park Lake; SHERMAN; Cem.; Chu; Cem; Chu.; T. Hall; MARION; Tustin; Ina; Marion; Hewitt L.; M & G. R. R. R.; Braman L.; Dighton; Rose L.; Rose Lake; MIDDLE BRANCH; Riverbank; Goose L.; Hartwick; Leroy; Sunrise L.; HARTWICK; LEROY; Hog Back L.; ROSE LAKE; Hicks L; Silver L.; Long L.; Avondale; Gormer; Dewings; Middle Branch; Ashton; Nedeman L.; Indian L.; Cedar L.; CEDAR; Strawberry L.; OSCEOLA; Orono; LINCOLN; SYLVAN; Evart; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; Sears; Reed City; HERSEY; Pere Marquette R.R.; Muskegon River; Chippewa; Pecks L.; EVART; HERSEY; Big L.; ORIENT; RICHMOND; Lake Co.; Mecosta Co.; Crapo; Clare Co. -
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Page  104 104 CLARE COUNTTY. Clare county was laid out in 1840- and was at that time called K~aykalke *whichz in the Chippewa language meanzs "p~igeon hawk." Later, in 1843, ihe namle was changed to Clare, takien from the name of a county in Ireland: 'Je county was _organized in ý 1871. This county. is located in the north central p.;t of the L~ower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Misuaukiee and Rose(:mo~n counties, east by Gladwina county, south by Isabella county, and west b Oseeloa county. The total land area is 364,756~.51. acres, about 165,000 ac-e of which are ~already devoted to farms. The valuation of all taxabsle propeity as estimzated by the state board of tax commlissioners in 191-L, is $4,0'71,360. I 1910 the county had a population of 9,240. The total num-ber of schools in 1h county is 71, furnishing pos-it~ions for 102 teachers and about 2,3'76 scholars l attendance..The county has 6 banks and 4 weekly newspap:ers, also good t(le phone, telegraph and rural mlail service. The county is rich in ag~riculture an stock raising. Harrison is the county seat and has a population of about 600. It'is locate on the shore of Budd lakie, one of the most beautiful inland bodies of water i northern Michigan. It is a station on the Pere Mlarquette Railway, 72 Izili from Saginaw.v It has Catholic,' Congrregational, M~ethzodist and United Brethle churches, good schools, electric light, water works, opera house, two banks and wveekrly newsps~aper. Other towns of the county include Clare, which is the largest town in fh county and has a population of abo~ut- 1,400, and FarwTell, with a population o r~/

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Title: Clare County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Missaukee Co.; Roscommon Co.; Sch.; Cranberry L.; Clam River; Leota; Chu; Sch; Haskell L.; FROST; FRANKLIN; T. Hall; Cem.; T Hall; Pere Marquette R.R; WINTERFIELD; Muskegon River; SUMMERFIELD; Long L; Pennock; HAYES; Cranberry L.; Cedar River; Ann Arbor R.R.; Temple; GREENWOOD; Dishwash Cr.; REDDING; Cem; HARRISON; Little Long L.; Mudd L.; Sutherland L.; Town Line; HAMILTON; Clarence; Poor Farm; Little Norway L.; Big Norway L; Chu.; North Branch Tobacco River; Windover L.; Lake George; HATTON; Beebe L.; ARTHUR; FREEMAN; LINCOLN; Mud L.; Middle Branch Tobacco Rv; Big Mud L.; Half Moon L.; Cranberry L.; Bear L.; GARFIELD; Bass L.; Gut L.; SHERIDAN; Pere Marquette R R; SURREY; GRANT; Eight Point L.; Crooked L.; Lake Sta; Mud L.; Farwell; Tobacco Rv; Osceola Co.; Isabella Co.; Clare; Gladwin Co. Clare; Clare County Savings Bank; J. T. Brown & Sons, Garage; Mrs. A. W. Mussell, Druggist; Farwell; William Burston, Pharmacist; Rosebush; F. C. Matteson, General Merchandine
105 CLAR~E. Cla~re Count-YT Sa-viligs BazPk.r J. T. B~rown & Soixns, G~arage.. Ml~rs., A. E. M~ussell, Druggist. CLR CuNTY VA~EPTtWTELL. Wia~lliam Burslton, Phlarmae~ist. ROSEBUSH.SE~ F.~ C. Matatesomn, General Merehan-a~m dicc~c. Oi 6T; /9 12) 30A~ 29 28 -32 -133 1.6 /9 20 21 -33 IN) cn_ 737 ýS, ELLAilL RCD w dK a W.~~ - C M ON A WW C~/lO~ I,$~ Ff 2 ~ 6 ~I~BFI~RY;1 G ~ 31 ~21 1 L 8 9 nz~ 22 27 6 s II ~ifl 16 I I I ~ 26Z I r -A~ 1 I~----,rc--~ce~na r~o*-;--~-- 13 1 8 /7 -20 li -,;E- 1 r 60qk NE71-ý.. 1 ~I c:2.5,30-;~7 -T 33 27 Sc I allI/B /6~t HF~ t(Es IF 23 24 2 21 2 23 9 28 2;7 g2 -33 9 /0 I // I i - - - I:Nl I!I I ~i 13 j -r 16/ 1 / - 1 -.. I 1 /4 13 16/2 18 ( IPT I ''1 1'.. ý - -. I Ii rLE- dE I IL- 1 2 3 24 IV] 2 29 2F 201 9 21 26 25 27 26 25 30C -;F;'f~~"~ 3 30 29 28 279` 26 N0iY7/;23334- -.R35 -1 A- -3ii --76 32 31 -12 1 /0 /0 Wi l 16 t-3 R R 22 23/n13 13 %019 o 4 /8 /2, 16 13 9? 22 2 19 21 WX3 24 24-25 -/30 26 9 r 27 26 9 2 8 2? 31 -36 -33 -356a 3 ~:~11-3 36W~Oo -7 34 3 '6 32 - 2 2 G~ 171ý1 8 9T /3.\: 1 16 /-3 / 19 20 21~ ~p~~21' 2 1 9.20 22 23 2 92 P 21 RVfj9 ~ lI ~ 2 29.2 7 2 2/ 33 - 34 t- 3 1~1 3/~ 3 - B.................... PT L.

Page  106 106 GLADWIN COUNTY. Gladwin county was laid out in 1831 and was organized in 1855. It was named in honor of Major Henry Gladwin, who was in command of Fort Detroit during the Indian war. It is located in the northeast central p~art of the Lower Peninsula. Is bounded on the north by Roscommon and Ogemaw counties, on the east by Arenac and Bay counties, on the south by Midland county and on the west by Clare. county. The total land area is 330,764.78 acres. Of this number, about 130,000' acres are in farms. The population is about 8,413 (federal census 1910). In.1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $4,303,873 on all tax~able land in the county. There are 61 schools, an- enrollment of,47hidefurnishing positions for 86 teachers. The county has three banks, two weekly newspapers, also telephone, telegraph and rural mail service. Gladwin is the county seat, also the largest city. Has a population of about 1,200. It is located on the Michigan Central Railroad and oil the Cedar river, 47 miles northwest of Bay City. It is lighted by electricity, has water works, excellent severage, churches of the Episcopal, Free Methodist, Catholic, Methodist and Presbyterian denominations, a $20,000 public school, an opera house, two banks, saw, planing and shingle-mills, flour-mills, basket factory, electric lighting plant and a week~ly newspaiper.

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Title: Gladwin County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Roscommon Co.; Ogemaw Co.; Sch.; Sch.; T. Hall; Butman; CLEMENT; SHERMAN; BUTMAN; Chu.; Hocady; Sugar Rapids; Bowmanville; BOURRET; Skeels; Oberlin; Hardluck; SECORD; GLADWIN; Cem; McClure; SAGE; Shu.; Secord; Poor Farm; Arenac Co.; GLADWIN; Wheatley; Michigan Central R.R.; HAY; BUCKEYE; Howrys; Winegars; GROUT; BENTLEY; Highwood; Smiths; Cem.; Rhodes; Bard; BILLINGS; Tittabawasse River; Stone; Beaverton; Tobacco River; Chu; BEAVERTON; TOBACCO; Estey; Billings; Pere Marquette; Bay Co.; Clare Co.; Midland Co.; Lyle Beaverton; W. C. Wickham, Ford Service Station; Gladwin; Ford Service Station, M. Robert Morris; Smith & Behnke, Garage and Repairing
107 low low- BEAVERTON.%' GLBD U~IEN COU TYw W. C. Wickham.Psr, For~d Service StaFord Service Statiosn, 11. RoberteP Mor~aris. MICHIGAN~lhl Smith & Belink, Garragre aiadi. Repairlin~g. 1ROSCOMMON R. 2 W.- R.. ~E, I W. 0 0 E.E, a~~ OGEMý~$~-g''~,2~ 166 17 16 115 14 13 17 16 91 2I1 2/ 2 2 1-9 1/2 9 9 2 24 2726 -ý5 --70 28 SUGARw ilL -HO L J-Ta -3- -36 E L Lt 6 25~i 16 14 13 18/ 19 9 2I2b1 22 24i J~ I ~ EC RD F3 54- 3ý6-. 3 34 &5 11 2 662 - 13 2 1 21 23 24-j E-A 27P 26 2 2 2 282 6 2-6T~c~/ -33 36 920% fZlr~;td;iI 1 I -I 9I i i 3D J/ 5- i 3 tF r 4 3 4 5 a.30 ~ ~~ 2 5 30 2,34 B~i 139 213i -3S 76 31 32 33li.WMLAND. N.~\' J B plS:

Page  108 108 Arenac county was laid out in 1831, and in 1857 -it was incorporated into the newly, formed Bay county. In 1883 it was re-establ 'ished with its present limits. It is located in the northeastern part of the Lower 'Peninsula and is bounded entirely on the east by Saginaw bay. The total land area of the county is 235,09.7.58 acres, of which -about 115,000:acres are good productive farms.- The last census taken in 1910, gives Arenac aI population of 9,640 inhabitants. There are forty-five schools in the county, with an enrollment of 2,665 children, requiring the services of 75 teachers. Also seven banks and three newspapers. Standish is the county seat -and has a population of about-1,0,00.,I sloae on the middle branch of the Pine r~iver and on the Michigan Central Railroad. The 'town is well located, being but -five miles west. of the shore* of Saginaw bay and 28 miles north of Bay City. It is the trade center of a productive contributory section. It is modern in many respects, having broad, shaded-and well laid-,out streets, a- good electric lighting plant-, an abundance of pure water, good sewerage system, fire department, churches of the Baptist, Catholic, Christian, Congregational and Methodist denominations, good -public school system, court house, opiera

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Title: Arenac County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Ogemaw Co.; Iosco Co.; Church; School; Maple Ridge; Cedar Cr.; Turner; Cem; T. Hall; Alger; MOFFIT; CLAYTON; MASON; TURNER; Michigan Central R. R.; Big Cr.; Twining; Santiago; WHITNEY; White Stone Pt.; Cem.; Rifle River; Augres River; Davidson; RR; Omer; Orr Park; ADAMS; DEEP RIVER; ARENAC; D. & M. R.R.; Augres Branch; AU GRES; Augres; Point Lookout; Abandoned; Sterling; Poor Farm; Duck L; Ogden; Pine River; Gladwin Co; Moores Jc.; Bay Co.; Detroit & Mackinac R.R.; Canal; STANDISH; Arenac Village; Pine River; Wigwam Bay; Au Gres Pt.; LINCOLN; Branch Pine River; SAGINAW BAY; STANDISH; Saganing; Bay Co.; Worth Standish; Ireland's Garage
109 X ER. w R E e3 Ell k F3~ m 'S R d O i~ n L?ýý rcll C) Trr ttv Ood) t\c, or) W W" '1601 li 1"n W+FU It O 01 F 'r, n) Ilk, ~IJ~~.-~ ---J~ ~~i LAI 1 1[ 00 co h co Cl~o GENE- ILd~I% ~~~~" CO one 0',\ X6 MA rO, aii 8 - -ý w WA - d - &.

Page  110 110 IOSCO COUNTY. This county was laid out in 1840, and was then called Kanotin, the name of a famous Ottawa chief. During the same year thename was changed to that which it now bears, and means "water of light." The county was finally organized in 1857. It is located in the northeastern part of the Lower Peninsula, is bounded on the north by Alcona county, on the east by Lake Huron, on the south by Arenac county, and on the west by Ogemaw county. The total land area of the county is 354,821.51 acres, of which about 115,000 acres are devoted to good farms. The pop/ulation of the county is about 9,753 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax comnmissioners in 1911, is $3,573,893. Educational advantages offered in losco county are equal in many respects to those of the larger counties. There are schools, requiring 69 teachers, and 2,173 students in attendance. The county has six banks and three weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is to be found in the county. Tawas City is the judicial seat of the county and is located on the Detroit & Mackinac Railway, at the mouth of the Tawas river, on the indentation of Saginaw,bay, known as Tawas bay, one of the best natural harbors on Lake Huron, 60 miles by rail from Bay City. Has Baptist, two German Lutheran, Methodist and Presbyterian churches, excellent public schools, two Lutheran schools, a county normal school, a public library, a bank, a court house, two grain elevators and a weekly newspaper. The shops of the Detroit & Mackinac Railroad are also located here. The population of the town is about 1,300. East Tawas is the largest town in the county and has a population of about 1,500. It is located on the Detroit & Mackinac Railwray, and on the north shore of Tawas bay, one and one-half miles above Tawas City and 61 by rail from Bay City. It is lighted by electricity, has water works, fire department, churches of the Baptist, Episcopal, Methodist, Presbyterian andl Catholic denominations, good schools, an opera house, two bankseand a weklsy nedwspaper. Other thriving towns of the county include Au Sable, Oscodar and Wohittemore. The leading transportation facilities of the county are the Detroit & Mackinac and the Aus Sable & Northwestern Railroads, the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company and the Erie & Michigan Railway and Navigahtion Company.

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Title: Iosco County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Alcona Co.; Ausable & Northwestern R.R.; Sch.; Cem.; Pine R; Chain L; Jose L.; Cooke Dam; Vannetan Lake; Cedar L.; Au Sable River; Sch; OSCODA; Loud Dam; Five Channels Dam; S. Branch Au-Sable River; Long Lake; Lakeview Heights; L. Lake Sta; Loon L.; Oscoda; PLAINFIELD; Gordon Cr.; WILBER; Au Sable; Cem; Vaughan Cr.; Grass Lake; Hale; Smith Cr.; Silver Creek; Chu.; W. Londo L.; Hale Creek; Dead Au Sable; Londo L.; Indian L.; AU SABLE; Hope Creek; D & M R. R.; Sand L.; Au Sable Pt.; Poor Farm; BALDWIN; D. & M. R.R.; RENO; GRANT; Cold Creek; Tawas Lake; EAST TAWAS; Au Gres River; East Branch Au Gres River; Sand Cr.; TAWAS CITY; Tawas Beach; Dead Creek; D & M. R.R.; D & M R.R.; Tawas Pt.; Whittemore; Emery; Elm Cr.; McIvor; Marks; BURLEIGH; SHERMAN; Johnsons Creek; LAKE HURON; Alabaster; Ogemaw Co.; Arenac Co.; ALABASTER; TAWAS BAY -
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Page  112 112 OGEMAW COUNTY. Ogemaw county was laid out and organized in 1840. The name is taken from the Chippewas, and the meaning of which is "chief.". This county is located in about the northeastern part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by:Oscoda county, on the east by losco county, on the south by Gladwin and Arenac counties, and on the west by Roscommon county. The total land area is 366,811.14 acres, about 145,000 acres of which are already in good farms. The population is 8,907 (census 1910). The valuation of taxable land as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $4,817,885. The school system is equal to that of most of the larger counties. There are 59 schools, 2,342 students in attendance, requiring the services of 82 teachers. The county has five banks and four weekly newspapers. Also good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. West Branch is the judicial seat and largest town of the county. The popula-:, tion is about 1,800. It is located on the Mackinaw division of the Michigan Central SRailroad, 53 miles northwest of Bay City and 162 northwest of Detroit. It is lighted by electricity, has well-shaded and paved streets, a handsome court house, good water and drainage system, opera house, fire department, a public library, Episcopal, Methodist and Catholic churches, two banks and two live newspapers. The industrial enterprises include saw and planing mills, machine shop, flour mill, electric S': lighting plant, creamery, etc. Large quantities of live stock, clover seed and huckleberries are shipped. Rose City has about 550 inhabitants, and is located on a branch of Rifle river, -....... and on the Detroit and Mackinac Railroad, fifteen miles nbrtheast of West Branch. 'It has Free Methodist, Lutheran and Methodist Episcopal churches, a bank and a weekly newspaper. The transportation facilities of the county are the Michigan ~ "Central, and Detroit & Mackinac Railroads..~~~~.: *:....-'. f...,;....! ' * -*...1 ^- ^..1 ~m

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Title: Ogemaw County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Oscoda Co.; Sch.; Sch; Goodar; FOSTER; ROSE; GOODAR; S. Branch; Chu.; Maltby; Detroit & Mackinaw R.R.; Lupton; Au Sable L.; Clear L.; Rose City; Houghton Cr.; North L.; Spring L.; Rifle L.; Cranberry L; Devoe L.; Pond; George L.; North L.; Dease L.; KLACKING; CUMMING; HILL; Prior Cr.; Lake No 12; Twin L.; Sages L.; Londo L; Beaver Lake; Ammond Cr; Rifle River; Henderson L.; Clear L.; Klacking Cr.; Stylus L; WEST BRANCH; Campbells Cors.; Chu; Selkirk; Cem.; Au Gres River; OGEMAW; Ogemaw; Peach L.; CHURCHILL; LOGAN; WEST BRANCH; Poor Farm; Michigan Central RR.; Nester; Hardwood L; EDWARDS; Lake George; Loranger; HORTON; Rifle River; MILLS; Johnson L; RICHLAND; Edwards L.; Cranberry L.; Frost L.; Prescott; Roscommon Co.; Chatman L.; Gladwin Co.; Edwards; Greenwood; Arenac Co; Iosco Co. -
113 OGEMAW, lCBUMý M2ICHIGANr~ ~1~Z~HE. B E. L R- R,3E. F -, T --,-]C~ ir.r rl- ýF-; c~a, I "1, 11 ý7 IF;-]F-i t.I /8 13 1N/ ~j8 1 7 17 16 16 14 / -3;S IL 1 9 20 21-22 23 / 35~ WII U -33 3 L 2- -73713 94 '7, 70/.1 33 5 6 A~h 1K6 C~~ r 8 9 ~ i i~~ 1 8 17 16 4 3 13 A1-- 1 CO I T AT j EAV 163/ I 20 11 21 I 2212 ~124 - 20L/ 1920 I -~~ha-P~-~ C19~HZ~i~~~B~I~ I~-f1-2?~t~" 'NO" 1'2' 24 / li i -i~FI. n 3; 31 5 ---I Z7 V 0 C -0 9~~Fc C13 17 20 FT\. hl I i 1 ~~ Týs 1 11 I fc~i. I 41' 28 2 I I 1126 I I _~ I 2s!_7a -$-- ~G; 3/ -- 5- -- /i" 1 I r 'I I Z -32 -3 ~3 - 34 "'7" I -~ r r rr I 21/ J,-L~ Vt-1 - ------ - ---- - -.56j 5 HEN R5P~B CL 31 3 ~i?~519L~)(L R IfING C~s i 2 En7s OR / i )/ "12 2.2 ýP2 Ir - x-ý 1 r I - 11 I I L ý / o" ý7/,/, I I 1ý ý I^A 11 2 9zs Iq R L.32 -11) r i %A s;, n --sa -l n~ I T IF1 - 7-VI 210 "1'22 4141 II I.\ l ~~ ~L'~-~- IF 2/G -ST t-qvz, - - T - - I I r II " A I -L ----~;I ' c~a4~r~rP uu~--l~u: L~- ri 1 -35 -2l U5 I I I II 29 -- - - - - - - - - ONDO~ 2ý5 271 I r 26 25ý 7147 ~i i I i cqi I 312 36-. c j -U~4. I--1 to 27 -2 75 7 29262 --~la;-p~;-=-,~P-~--L~--~ ~Y~-CY~U~~C~Pt7-g3~r~~: i" ~~'' "~~ ANEft AJ /NES 2-5 -30 29 /J 2 25~S ~I~RD D ~ - ~i~ 16 9 12 Cý3 ~ 17l i I;Z)6 - ~. ~ f zcýý go /D /~ i I 13, 11I J L k j 94 / I I )S 1291' 16 1~R D VV,9, fl-L Cr E I G-G 7 2m7 i I // /D Li 7 - --n rr -7v PKIalrrk p GIE F~~~& 13 / ii 2 ~P[zqp?/ls~i~i2~cc;;~!~~ C L >n I.. I - ine:W - I I Rf I I f Ilyl I -. - 1. ti - t-- 3 --V -T 0,ý k 1 1 r,,729_ Lip 'I I h,SCr 32rnr~3 A N& j~3~i!E col ------ c Fll~lrPI c. J. LPP~: o2928 S36 31 32.74 --363 ~co ~-E3 4m

Page  114 114 ROSCOMMON COUNTY. Roscommon county was laid out in 1840 and was at that time called Mikenauk, the name of a famous Ottawa chief. Later, in 1843 the name was changed and in 1875 the county was finally organized. The name Roscommon was taken from a county in the central part of Ireland. This county is located in about the north central part of the Lower Peninsula. Is bounded on the north by Crawford county,. on the east by Ogemaw county, on the south by Clare and Gladwin counties, and on the west by Missaukee county. The total land area is 338,315.38 acres, with about 34,000 acres now converted into farms. The population is 29274 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $2,628,967. The county has a good school system, there being 27 schools, an enrollment of 551 students, and supplying positions. for 38 teachers. There is one bank and one weekly newspaper, also telegraph and telephone service in the county. Roscommon is the county seat and has a population of about 550. It is a station on the Michigan Central Railr ' oad, forty-three miles south of Gaylord, seventv-soven northwest of Bav Citv, and one hundred and five south of Mackinaw

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Title: Roscommon County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Crawford Co.; Sch.; ROSCOMMON; Sch; Higgins Lake; Michigan Central R.R.; Herbert; Lyons; GERRISH LAKE; Keno; Marl L.; HIGGINS; Markey; Chu; Cem.; Geels; MARKEY; Russell L.; Michelson; Backus Cr.; St. Helen L.; St. Helen; Chu.; Houghton Lake; Mud L.; Houghton Lake; BACKUS; RICHFIELD; DENTON; Prudenville; Loxley; Kirkland; Bear Cr.; Clear L.; Doyle L.; Wolf Cr.; ROSCOMMON; NESTER; Missaukee Co.; Clare Co.; Town Line Cr; Gladwin Co.; Ogemaw Co. -
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Page  116 116 MISSAUKEE COUNTY. Missaukee county was laid out in 1840. and was organized in 1871. It was named for a famous Ottawa chief and the name is thought to mean "at large mouth of river." The county is located in about the north central part of the Lower Peninsula. Is bounded on the north by Kalkaska county, on the east by Roscommon county, on the south by Osceol-a and Clare counties and on the west b~y Wex* ford county. The total land area is 363,289.57 acres, of which about 148,000 acres are now devoted.to farms. The population is 10,606 (1910 census). Tht vialuatiin of taxable property, as estimated by the,.state board of tax commissioners in 191, is $5,575,611. There are 68 schools, which were attended by 2,707 Students last year, requiring 102 teachers. The county has- four banks and three weekly- newspapers. Also telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Lake. City- is the largest town, also the -county seat, and has a population-of about 800. JIt is situated on the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railway, 16 miles from Oadillac and 113 from. Grand Rapids. It is the receiving and distributing point for a-tributary section having good agricultural 'possibilities. Has electric light and water works plant, churches of the Methodist, Episcopal, Free Methodist, Presbyterian and Catholic denominations, a good school system, an opera house, flour- and ~saw-mills, two banks and two weekly nzewrspapers. RMc~haii has a pqpulation Of~ about 7;0. It is located ~on the Ann Arbor Railway, 10 miles south of Lake CityF. It has Methodist; and PresbySterian churches, a:bank and a wTeekly newspaper. The p~rin~cip~al transportation facilities of the c~ounty are thze Ann-~rbor, Grand Rapids & Indiana and~ the Pete Ma&rquett~e Railroad~s.

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Title: Missaukee County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Kalkaska Co; Sch.; Sch; Cannon Cr.; Stratford; BLOOMFIELD; Loging Road; T. Hall; Chu.; Cem; PIONEER; Pioneer; NORWICH; Moorestown; Cem.; Stittsville; Chu; G. Hall; Cutcheon; Haymarsh Cr.; Mitchell Bros.; WESTBRANCH; ENTERPRISE; Arlene; CALDWELL; FOREST; Haymarsh; James Dyer L.; West Br of Muskegan River; Star City; Twin Lake; Missaukee; Crooked L; Long L; Merritt; Jennings; Lake Sapphire; Lake Missaukee; LAKE CITY; Round L.; Rd. Lake Jct; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; REEDER; Mynnings; AETNA; Wagner; Missaukee Park; BUTTERFIELD; Mosquito Cr.; Clam Cr.; Butterfield; Butterfield Creek; Folmouth; Prosper; RICHLAND; RIVERSIDE; CLAM; Dolph; Lucas; Ann Arbor; UNION; Moddersville; HOLLAND; Galt; McBain; Nogel Ctr.; Wexford Co.; Osceola Co.; Forward; Clare Co.; Cranberry L.; Roscommon Co. -
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Page  118 118 WEXFORD COUNTY. This county was laid out in 1843.and was organized in 1869., It was originally -named "Kautawabet" and is the last of the changes to Irish names. It is located in about the northwestern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Grand Traverse county, on the east by Missaukee county, on the south by Lake and Osceola counties, and on the west by Manistee county. The total land area is 366,675.69 acres,-of which about -148,000, acres -are.-de-voted to farms. The. population is 20,769 (1910 census). In 1911, the stateboard of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $15,544,273, on all taxable lands. There are 88 schools, a total enrollment of 5,175'students, furnishing positions-for-201 teachers. The county has eight banks, three daily and five Weekly newspapers, also telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Cadillac is the judicial seat, also the largest city -in the county and has a population, of about 10,000. It is attractively located on the shore of Lake Cadillac and on the Grand Rapids &'Indiana and Ann Arbor Railways, ninety-eight miles north of Grand Rapids. It dates its settlement from 1871, previous to which time it was the heart of an unbroken wildimmess, surrounded by, forests of both pine and hard. wood timber. The city has electric, and, gas lights, a water works system, an excellent system of sewerage, a beautiful new court house, a fine city hall, public-library, graded schools, a first class high school, two banks, two daily and two weekly newspapers, churches of the leading denominations, etc. The principal shipments consist of large quantities of potatoes, other farm products, lumber, veneer, fruit packages, store furniture, broom -handles, last blocks, billiard. cues, lathi maple flooring, charcoal, wood alcohol, pig iron, saw mill machinery, chemicals, carriage stock and shingles. Other industries include boiler shops, stave and heading works, basket ~ ~and -brick works, a woodenware, factory,.table factory, smelting works, flouring m ills, etc. ""... .......... Other towns of the county include Buckley, I-Iarrietta, M~anton, Miesick, and Sherman. 3r3anton, which is located in "a good agricultural section, is a station on "the Grand Rapids &~ Indiana Railroad, twelve miles no0rth of cadillac and one hundred and tenl from Grand Rapids. It owns and operates its own electric light and water wYork]s plant, has a sanitary sewerage systeml, wide and well laid out.streets, an oopera house, good hotel, a public school -building costing about $16,000, churches. of the leading denominations, a school and township, library, a bank and a live weekly newspaper. The industries include two saw mills, stave mill, flour mill, pickrle factory, lumber -mill, grist mill, etc. The transportation facilities of the county are the Ann Arbor Railroad, Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad, M~aniste &S Northeastern Railroad and the Manis tee & Luther Railroad. L

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Title: Wexford County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Grand Traverse Co.; Fletcher Cr.; Sch.; Chu; Baxter; Wheeler Cr.; Buckley; Cedar Cr.; WEXFORD; HANOVER; GREENWOOD; LIBERTY; Mill; T. Hall; Silver Cr.; Hall; Adams Cr.; Sophie Cr.; Mystic; Chu.; Haire; Bagnall; Glengarry; Sherman; Cole Cr.; Thomas L.; Sorer; Manton; Mesick; Caro L.; Hall; CEDAR CREEK; Manistee River; Jewell L; ANTIOCH; COLFAX; Manistee & N R. R.; SPRINGVILLE; Gilbert; Yuma; Meauwataka; Meauwataka L.; Slagle Cr.; Long L; Harrietta; Woodward L.; SLAGLE; BOON; Ann Arbor R. R.; SELMA; Pleasant L.; HARRING; Harring; Boon; Millersville; Bear Cr.; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; Peterson Cr.; Wheeler Cr.; Lake Mitchell; Lake Cadillac; CADILLAC; HENDERSON; CHERRY GROVE; Frog L.; Benson; CLAM LAKE; Axin; SOUTHBRANCH; Thorp; Angola; Poplar Grove Cr.; Hobart; Stone Ledge L.; Manistee Co.; Lake Co.; Hoxeyville; Dowling Cr.; Osceola Co.; Sixteen Cr.; Missaukee Co. Cadillac; George Van Liew, Michigan Clover, Grain, Farm Bargains
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Page  120 120 MANISTEE COUNTY. Manistee county was laid out in 1840 and was organized in 1855. The name is taken from the river which flows.through it. and empties into, Lake Michigan within its borders. The word is of Indian origin and is supp~osed.to mean "river- with islands." It is located in the western part of the Lower Peninsula, and is bounded on the north by Benzie county, on -the east by Wexford county, on the south by Mason and Lake counties, and on the west by Lake Michigan. The total land area of the county is 350,101.39 acres. Of this number about. 145,000 acres are in far'ms. " The population is 26,688 (1910, census). The valuation of taxable land, as estimated by-the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $18,195,005. The county has 776 schools, an enrollment of 5,283 students, requiring the services of 181 teachers. There are seven banks, two. daily and seven weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telepihone and rural mail service is found in nearly every locality. Manistee is the county seat and the largest city, having about 12,381 inhabitants (1910 census). It is beautifully located on the shore of Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the Manistee river, 175 miles bly water from. Chicago. It is a station on the Pere Marquette, Manistee & Northeastern and the Manistee & Grand Rapids Railroads. The city is situated in the famOus northern Michigan fruit belt and has a tributa-ry territory of great productiveness. It has, well-paved and shaded streets, a modern electric lighting plant,- a m-lunicipally-owned water works, a miodernlyequipped fire department, two hospitals, a public library, an opera house, beautiful parks, first-class hotels, three banks, two daily and two weekly newslNsapers, also a good school system. There are churches of the Congregational, Baptist, Episcopal, German Lutheran, TMethodist, Unitarian and Catholic denominations. This city is. well known as a. summerresort. T'he more important industrial interests include saw,- shingfle- and planing-mills, salt blocks, a modernly equip~ed dry dock and shipyard, iron ~Workrs, brewery, tower clock factory, coop~eragre machinery works, emery wheel works, furniture factories, saw and tool works, shoe factory, lum~ber and mill carts, carriages, wragons anzd sleighs, flour-mills., brick and tile works, novelty works, broom factory, boiler and engine works, cigar factories, glove, candy and shirt factories, etc. Other towns of the county are Bear L~ake, Cop~emish and Onekanma. T'ransp~orration facilities of the county are the M-anistee &t Northeastern, Arcadi't &L Beetsey R~iver, Pere M~arqluette, Ann Arbor, M~anist~ee & Luther, and the JManistee & Grand Rapids Railroads, the Nort~hern Michigan Tranzsportation- Comp~any, and the Pete Mlarquette line of steamers.

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Title: Manistee County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Benzie Co.; Burnam; Sch.; Arcadia; Cem.; Arcadia & Betsey River R.R.; Glovers Lake; Betsey; River; Malcolm; PLEASANTON; T Hall; Cem; Chu; Humphrey; SPRINGDALE; Betsey River R.R.; Copemish; Pomona; Sorenson; Chu.; Sprindale; Henry; CLEON; Harlan; ARCADIA; Bear Lake; Yates; Pierport; Wildwood; Lemon Lake; Bear Lake; MAPLEGROVE; BEAR LAKE; MARILLA; Kaleva; Marilla; Eastern; ONEKAMA; Onekama; Bear Creek; Portage Lake; Williamsport; Cheese L.; Chief; Pere Marquette R.R.; Manistee & North Eastern R.R.; Norwalk; BROWN; Brethren; DICKSON; Bar L; MANISTEE; Corfu; Sweets Village; Orange Beach; Parkdale; Manistee River; High Bridge; Old House; Manistee Lake; Clay Bank Cr.; Pine Cr.; MANISTEE; East Lake; Pere Marq R.R; STRONACH; NORMAN; Wellston; Filer City; Stronach; Little Manistee River; S. Branch; LAKE MICHIGAN; FILER; G.R. R.R.; Pine Lake; Mason Co.; Lake Co; Wexford Co. -
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Page  122 122 BENZIE COUNTY. In 1863 the county of Benzie was laid out and organized, being taken from the lower part of Leelanau county. The derivation is uncertain, one explanation being that it is a corruption of "Betsey," the name of a river running through hte county, which in turn is a corruption of the French name of the river, Riviere Aux Bec Scies, and is translation of the Indian name of the river Uns-zig-o-ze-bee. Another explanation is that it was taken from the word "Benzonia," a place located in that county and which was the county seat. Benzie county is located in the northwestern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Leelanau county, on the east by Grand Traverse county, on the south by Manistee county and on,the west by Lake Michigan. The total land area is 204,192.43 acres, 98,588 acres of which are devoted to farms. The federal census of 1910 gives the county a population of about 10,638. In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $6,313,143 on all taxable land. A school system is by no means lacking in Benzie county, there being a total of 57 schools, furnishing positions for 100 teachers and has an enrollment of 2,792 children. Good telephone, telegraph and rural mail service is to be found. The county has 4 banks and 6 newspapers. The judicial seat of the county is Honor, a little town of about 550 inhabitants. It is located on the Platte river and on the' Manistee.& Northeastern and Pere Marquette Railroads.' It has a Congregational church, a newspaper, a bank, hotels, saw and veneer-mills, etc. Other towns of the county include Frankfort, - Benzonia, Lake Ann, Alberta and Thompsonville. Frankfort, with a population of over 1,600, is the largest town in Benzie county. It is a part of entry on Lake Michigan, located on the Ann Arbor Railroad, 16 miles southwest of Honor, the county seat, 28 miles from Manistee, and 40 miles from Traverse City. It is picturesquely situated ajd has a magnificent harbor, with eighteen feet of water in the channel. It has a lighthouse and life saving station, is supplied with electric light and water works, churches of several denominations, a $25,000 school building, library, hotels a~nd a daily newspaper. During the season, numerous lines of steamers connect Frankfort with Manistee, Milwaukee and Chicago, Mackinac, Charlevoix, Manistique and other points north, also Ann Arbor car ferries, which run the year round. Like many other sections of Benzie county, Frankfort is a great fruit center, there being many acres of land in that county adapted to the raising of fruits. Benzonia has a population about the same as that of Honor, the two towns being within six miles of each other. Has a Congregational church, the Benzonia Academy (a Congregational institution), a bank and a weekly newspaper. The main transportation facilities of the county are the Pere Marquette, Manistee & Northeastern and the Ann Arbor Railroads. Also the Northern Michigan Transportation Company.

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Page  124 124 GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY. Grand Traverse county was laid out in 1840 and was then called Omeena, taken from the Indian language and meaning "the point beyond." Later, in 1851, the county was organized and the name changed to that which it now bears. The county takes its name from the bay upon which it borders. It is located in the northwestern part of the Lower Peninsula, and is bounded on the north by Leelanau county, Grand Traverse bay and Antrim county, on the east by Kalkaska county, on the south by Wexford county and on the west by Benzie county. The total land area of the county is 299,277.93 acres. Of this number, about 178,000 acres are devoted to farms, which are wonderfully productive. The population is 23,784 (federal census 1910). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $15,056,946 on all taxable lands. The county has a good school system. There are 73 schools, employing 156 teachers and an enrollment of 5,126 students. There are six banks, one daily and two weekly newspapers, also good telephone, telegraph and rural mail service. Traverse City is the largest city and the judicial seat of the county. It has a population of about 12,500, is located on the Pere Marquette, Grand Rapids & Indiana and the Manistee & Northeastern Railroads, at the head of the west arm of Grand Traverse bay, where the Boardman river, its chief tributary, enters the bay. This city has long been famous as a summer resort. It is also the gateway to the Grand Traverse region, a region of one of the most beautiful and healthful summer places of recreation in the Northwest. The country surrounding Traverse City has long been settled and is rich in farming and fruit lands. The Northern Mxichigan Asylum is located there. Prominent manufacturing interests consist of one of the largest oval wood dish factories in the world, as well as one of the largest basket factories in the state, potato implement factory, canning factory, candy factory, iron works, flour and feed mills, tanneries, brick and tile works, foundry and machine shops. Sash doors, electrical appliances, gasoline engines, boats, chairs, cigar boxes, refrigerators, lumber, motor boats, flooring, caskets, shoes, brick machines, carriages, wagons. vinegar, etc.. are also manufactured. The religious and educational interests are represented by twenty-three church organizations, a high school and four ward schools. There are three banks, a city library, a hospital, theaters and two newspapers. The city is lighted by electricity and gas,. has a good water works plant, good police and fire departments, and well paved streets. In the immediate vicinity one finds good brook trout and bass fishing. Other thriving communities of the county are Fife Lake and Kingsley. Kingsley is located on the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad, 18 miles southeast of Traverse City. Has Baptist, German Lutheran and Methodist churches, a bank, flour and planing-mills, electric light and water works. Fife Ijake is located on the body of water from which it takes its name, 26 miles southeast of Traverse City and 67 southwest of Petoskey. It is a station on the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad and is a shipping point for a large lumbering and potato growing region. Has churches of several denominations, good public school system;, two hotels, a bank and a weekly newspaper. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Pere Marquette, Grand Rapids & Indiana and the Manistee & Northeastern Railroads, also the Northern Michigan Transportation Company.

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Title: Grand Traverse County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Old Mission; Sch.; Cem.; Sch; Chu; Mapleton; Bassett Is.; Marion Is.; T. Hall; Antrim Co.; Hall; Archie; Petobego L.; G Hall; Elk Lake; PENINSULA; Angell; Round Lake; West Arm of Grand Traverse Bay; ACME; Edgewood; East Arm of Grand Traverse Bay; Acme; Leelanau Co.; N & N.E.; TRAVERSE CITY; Pere Marquette R.R.; Bates; Williamsburg; Mabel; Cedar Run; Neal; Cedar L.; LONG LAKE; Coffield L.; Clows L.; GARFIELD; Boardman L.; Roots L.; Long Lake; East Bay; WHITEWATER; Dyer L; Silver L.; Bass L.; Chandler L.; High L.; Mud L.; Cedar Hedge L.; Keystone; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; Crooked or Hog Back L.; Spider L.; Pennie L.; Grawn; Beitners; Spring L; Interlochen; Gleights; UNION; Pere Marquette R.R.; GREEN LAKE; BLAIR; Duck Lake; Park; Mayfield; Green Lake; Monroe Ctr.; Hannah; Jaxon Cr.; Marlin; MAYFIELD; Kingsley; PARADISE; Fife Lake; Fife Lake; Manistee & Northwestern; GRANT; FIFE LAKE; G. Hall; Barlett; Summit City; Benzie Co.; Wexford Co.; Wexford Cor's; Walton; Kalkaska Co. Traverse City; West Michigan Garage, Purvis & Wynkoop
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Page  126 126..ALKAS A COUNTY. Kalkaska county was laid-out in 1840, and was at that time called Wabassee,.the name of a Pottawatomie chief. In 1843 the name was changed to Kalkaska, and later in 1871 the county was finally organized. This county is located in the h.northern part of the Lower PeniXisula. It s bounded on the north by Antrim county, on the east by Crawford county, on the south by Missaukee county and on the west by Grand Traverse county. The total land area of the county is 359,669.30 -acres. Of this number, about 81,000 acres are already devoted to good farms. The.population is 8,097 (1910 census). The valuation, of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $8,082,745. The county has 55: 1 schools, supplying positions for 77 teachers, and last year's report showed a total of 1,972 children in attendance. There are two banks and one weekly newspaper,?and good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is to be found. 2 Kalkaska is the largest town, also the judicial seat of the county. It is; located on the Pere Marquette and the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroads, 137 miles i. ' north of Grand Rapids. It has electric lights, good water works system, an up-to* - date school system, churches of the Coigregational, Methodist, Baptist, Christian Science and Disciples denominations, a $17,000 court-house, a light and power plant, two banks and two weekly newspapers. The industries include a saw-mill, eanthook works, grist- and planing-mill, cycle works, etc. Lumber, ginseng, live stock,: farm and dairy products are shipped. Principal transportation facilities of the county are the Pere Marquette, Grand Rapids & Indiana and the Manistee & Northeastern Railroads.

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Title: Kalkaska County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Torch Lake; Antrim Co.; CLEAR WATER; Sch.; Westwood; Starvation L.; Crooked L.; Rapid City; Chu; COLD SPRINGS; PART OF RAPID RIVER; Round Lake; RAPID RIVER; Big Twin L.; Blue L; Pickart L.; Squaw L.; Leetsville; Chu.; Pere Marquette R.R.; Barker Creek; Hall; Rapid River; Manistee L.; WILSON; T. Hall; Chu.; EXCELSIOR; KALKASKA; Crawford L.; Bear L.; KALKASKA; Boardman River; Pere Marquette R.R.; PART OF CLEARWATER; Crofton; Stern R.R.; Sigma; BOARDMAN; OLIVER; Cem; South Boardman; ORANGE; Spencer; Oniel; Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad; Rowley; Manistee Northwestern R.R.; Delbert; Sharon; Long L.; GARFIELD; Fletcher; Springfield; SPRINGFIELD; Grand Traverse Co.; Missaukee Co.; Manistee River; Grass L; Crawford Co. -
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Page  128 1288 CRAWFOR'~OD C:OUNTY. Crawford county wa~s originally called Shawono, the name of a famo3us Chip-) pewa chief. The word lea* s. "souLthern." In 11 Laer, in 1843, the namle was changed~ to -Crawford, being namued.n, honor.. of Col.`WTilliam Crawford who was ca~ptured by Indians and burned at the stakre.ý., - It is loca-ted. in the north clentral. par~t of the Lower Peninsula. Is bou nded, on''theDorthbby Otsego -county, on the ea~tt by Oscoa cont~ au'~e~outhby~id c -uo county andi on the west by:4--Kalka,'sk,,ci county'. The 6buwnty has- a 'tot-l -land ar-ea- of -35-9-845.89 acres. Of-this number, about; 46,000 acres are in fdrins., The population is 3i934 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, ajg estimated. by ýthe state board of tax Com-~. missioners, in.J.91.1 is $$49471,3777. Th-ere are 24 schools. reqluiring the seivrices of 48 teachers' andl last year's repoft -showedd a total of 1,003 scholars in attendance. The county has two bankrs and 1- w~eekily newspaper.ý Also good., te~le-, graph- and telephone -service. Graylinzg is the largest town and also. the judicial sea~t of the county. Has a populaition of aboutý 2,000, is -932 miles nor~thw~est Of B3ay City arnd 90.1rom Scackiinaw. It is the division point~o the Michigan C~entral Railroad betweenj'~aya City and Mack~inawn. Th6- Mianfý'tde & N P\ortheater a iro'a wr~a escze to r~ilin vi WatonJlm -io about two years ago alnd opened up. direct.:coeom Smunication to Chicago by way.of Lanke 1Michiganl through~ Manistee, and also; a D new:route- south - ad - ditst- ~ -ky~- way---o fthl.1h-e- Gr%. i-'i -kpi d; -Jn- dtai i`'sy~~s~ia if&-S: The- townh is lighted..by, electricity, has water workis, -~$departmlent, opera house,- ýffne court hous~e, aý -bank,, a weekely newspaper. and th' eryl~ -.M~ercy~ Hospitail, 'cbstinug about $2-5i,006VX- =11ias churches of the Catholic, Lutheran', Mlethodist Episcopal, 'Presbyterian. aild -Protestant Miethodlist eioiaioz; a good schools. i.. Princip al tr~nnsp rtation.-.f iitle of -the county -are the MSiichigan Cehitral De'troit' &'Charlevoix andlthe M' ist.:Atlesr Rioa..it~ --c--L s.:.. ~5.-* -- -..i~ ~, ~C:~ z T "~- t ~--;--~1! ' ~- '...:r- -P:~;'-'`~ '" ~:.. L;t; ~: a -f ~~~:. 151 ii; ~;.:3 4~~.r y j:.o 1 C-.i '~ 1 ~ i;~1 1: 'i x 1~~-' ~:-(; -.u'"i d I C"..,a: L"~ i;:i:"i -" -...~. 'i"r~~:;~ ~;c- ".;' tr ~-;T; ~I --r -;~e -If:..~x7~:0+;.7,-- IN^- rg ~ LZ; ' -'' B m ~tr -:~ i~ a;: "'."fai.pCc~L'c-'-;r:. -,--.;; ~np~ :_~-:. -dr~; ~ T~~!a;ilflj "-: i~ -.;.. *I c~ I"~ i. 'lp " -16."j-.:;----- -:' ii W, -% '-""i'"c-"';" ZS~ 9:..1 h.-. ~: ~--~ r r:-:~?- .,~

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Title: Crawford County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Otsego Co.; School; North Branch Au-Sable Rv.; Det. & Ch'Voix R.R.; School; Deward; MAPLE; Sheepeck L; T. Hall; LOVELLS; FOREST; Lovells; Cem.; Manistee Rv.; Fredrick; Kneeland; Bucks; Alexander; Michigan Central Det. & Charlevoix R.R.; Michigan Central R.R.; Sigsbee; Manistee & North Eastern R.R.; Redhead; GRAYLING; Middle Branch Au Sable Rv.; Wakely Bridge; Portage L.; Poor Farm; State Military Camp; GRAYLING; M. C. R. R.; Eldorado; Wellington; Pere Cheney; BEAVER CREEK; South Branch Au Sable Rv.; Kalkaska Co.; Roscommon Co.; Higgins L; Coy; Oscoda Co. -
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Page  130 130 OSCODA COUNTY. Oscoda county was laid--out and organized in 1840. The name is of Indian origin and is said to mean "pebbly prairie." It is located in the northeastern part Sof the Lower. Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Montmorency county on the east by Alcona county, on the south by Ogemaw county, and on the west by Crawford county. The total land area is 364,769.48 acres. Of this number about 60,000 acres are now devoted to farms. The population is 2,027. The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $2,264,747. There are 29 schools, 521 students in attendance,.requiring the services of 33 teachers. The county has two banks, one weekly newspaper, telegraph telephone and rural mail service. Mio, the county, seat, has a population of about 300. It is situated on the Au SSable river, 15 miles from Comins, its shipping point. It has a Methodist church, a Sbank and a weekly newspaper. The transportation facility of the county is the S.. Au Sable & Northwestern Railroad.

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Title: Oscoda County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Montmorency Co.; School; CLINTON; Comin's; GREENWOOD; ELMER; Dew; Au Sable & North-Western R.R.; COMIN'S; Madden; Wood; Fairview; Red Oak; Biggs; Kneeland; Mio; Cem.; McKinley; Luzerne; MENTOR; BIG CREEK; Robinson Rail Road; Union Crs.; Crawford Co.; Ogemaw Co.; Hoy Crs; Alcona Co. -
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Page  132 132 ALCONA COUNTY. Alcona county was first laid:out in 1840 and was first called Negwegon, after a well known Chippewa chief. It was afterwards named Alcona, meaning, "A fine or excellent plain," and was organized as a county in 1869. It is one of the eastern, tier. of counties and is located towards the northern part of the Lower Peninsula. The total land area is 435,247.34 acres, of which 105,000 acres are in.farms, producing good crops. The population is 5,703 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $2,921,885. The county has a large lake frontage, being bounded entirely on the east by Lake Huron..There are 43 schools which were attended by.1,557 pupils last year, requiring the services of 48 teachers. The 'county has telephone, telegraph and rural mail service, 3 banks and. 2.newspapers. One paper is published at Harrisville and-the other at Lincoln. Harrisville, which is the county seat, has a population of about' 500 and is located on the main line, of-the Detroit:'& Mackinac Railroad, --o the: wst shore -of Lake Huron in Harrisville township, 'about 20.0 miles above Detroit, 100 above Bay City and 34 miles south bf Alpelia. There are Baptist, Catholic,' Presbyterian and Methodist churches, new six-room high school,,court house, -.agricultural hall, good hotel, roller flouring-mills, creamery, contract seed house, electric lightiig plant, a bank and one nespaper.. The other principal towns are Lincoln and Mikado, both -located _on the Detrdit & Mackinac RIailroad to the southwest of Harrisville-each havinig a. bank-air-d churches of different denominations, hotel, flour-mills, etc. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Detroit & Mackinac Railroad and the Aul Sable & Northwestern Railroad. P

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Title: Alcona County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Alpena County; Sch; Sch.; CALEDONIA; Cem.; Spruce; Chu.; Hubbard Lake; Cem; Black River Id.; ALCONA; Black River; Club House; Alcona; MITCHELL; HAWES; Hawes; Black River; Hardy; HAYNES; Curran; Comstock Cr.; Buff Cr; Sturgeon Pt; Twin L.; Lincoln; Russell; Barton City; HARISVILLE; Au Sable North Western R.R.; Lake; MILLEN; GUSTIN; Harrisville; Pine River; Gustin; Killmaster; Flat Rock; Mikado; Greenbush; Detroit and Mackinac R. R.; Bamfields; Chevriers; GREEN BUSH; Curtisville; CURTIS; Kurtz; MIKADO; Glennie; LAKE HURON; Lott; Alvin; Cedar Lake; Oscoda County; Iosco County; Bryant -
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Page  134 1-34 ALPENA COUNTY. Alpena county was laid out in 1840 and was -first called Animickee, after a well known Chippewa chief. Later the name was changed to Alpena, meaning the "Partridge Country." Alpena county was organized in 1857. It is located in the northeastern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the entire east by Lake Huron. The land area of the county is 371,153.39 acres, of which 150,000 acres are already devoted to farms. The entire population is given at 19,965 (1910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed the value of taxable property in the county at $12,949,233. There. are a total of 76 schools, requiring the services of 131 teachers, while last year's report shows a total of 3,493 children in attendance. The county has good telephone, telegraph and rural mail service. Alpena is the judicial seat of Alpena county, and has a population of 12,706 (U. S. census 1910). It is beautifully located on Thunder bay,,at the mouth of Thunder Bay river, and is a station on the Detroit & Mackinac Railroad. The city owns and operates an excellent water works system and electric lighting plant, costing in the neighborhood of $250,000, has a good sewerage system, paved streets, a police department, fire department, two opera houses, first class hotels, a $20,000 court house, $100,000 postoffice building, public library, a $75,000 depot, a $50,000 city hall and a $50,000 public hospital are now being constructed. The county has three banks, two of them being located in Alpena. -The religious and educational advantages of Alpena are very good, there being churches of the following denominations: Adventist, two Baptist, three Catholic, Congregational, Episcopal, Free Methodist, Hebrew, Latter Day Saints, Two German Evangelical Lutheran, Norwegian Lutheran, Methodist Episcopal and Presbyterian churches. There are nine public and six parochial schools, also a well-equipped business college. The city has three newspapers, two published daily and one weekly. One finds Alpena supplied with numerous industrial establishments, some of which are as follows: Lumber, shingle and planing-mills, factories manufacturing all kinds of lumber products, an automobile factory, pulp works, flour and grist mills, two tanneries, two veneer'works, paper-mill, mattress works, breweries, electric light plant, power plant, cement works, foundry, rug and cigar factories, quarries, etc. A government fish hatchery is located at Alpena. The baly forms an excellent harbor and during the season of navigation, steamers bring in many visitors, making Alpena quite popular as a summer resort. A large portion of the surrounding country is rich, fertile soil, capable of producing all cereals and roots adapted to the climate in abundance as well as some very fine fruit. Transportation facilities throughout the county include the following: Detroit & Mackinac Railroad, Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena Railroad, and the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company.

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Title: Alpena County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Presque Co.; Leer; Chu; North Branch; Sch.; Detroit & Mackinaw R.R.; Long Lake; Life Saving Sta.; Sch; LONG RAPIDS; Chu; Middle Id.; WELLINGTON; MAPLE RIDGE; Bolton; Chu.; Middle L.; Summerville; Orchard Hill; Cathio; T. Hall; Long Rapids; Grass L.; ALPENA; Alpena; El Cajon Beach; Detroit & Mackinaw R.R.; Selina; Thunder Bay; Lachine; Eldafoe; Crooked Id.; Flanders; Apple Orchard; Emerson; Paxton; Kierston; ALPENA; Sugar Id.; Bear Cr.; King Cr.; Life Saving Station; Thunder Bay Id.; GREEN; B.C. & A. R. R.; Cem.; WILSON; North Pt.; Hotel; Partridge Pt.; Spratt; Sulphur Id.; THUNDER BAY; Club House; Devil Lake; Beaver L.; OSSINEKE; Nicholson Hill; Ossineke; Scare Crow Id.; Club House; Turtle Lake; Beaver Cr.; Wolf Cr.; Hubbard Lake; SANBORN; South Pt.; Montmorency Co.; Alcona Co. Alpena; Alepena County Savings Bank, Capital ,000, Surplus ,000; Alpena Garage (C. A. Reynolds); Cadillac, Hupmobile and Studebaker Machines; Fireproof Storage; Auto Repairing
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Page  136 136 MONTMORENCY COUNTY. In 1840, this county was laid out and was then named Checonoquet, for a Chippewa chief. The name is supposed to mean "Big Cloud." In 1843 the county was organized and the present name given it. It is uncertain what the name Montmorency commemorates. This county is located in the northern. irt bf the lwer Peninsula.: Is bounded on the north by Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties, on the east by Alpena county, on the south by Oscoda county, and on the west by Otsego county. The total land area is 355,528.77 acres, and about 56,000 acres are already devoted to farms. The population is 3,755 (1910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $2,0292,828. on all taxable land. The county has 32 schools, furnishing positions for 37 teachers, and an enrollment of 743 students. There are three banks and three weekly newspapers. Tel-. phone, telegraph and rural mail service is also to be found. Atlanta is the county seat and has about 200 inhabitants. It is located 14 miles from Lewiston, which is on the Michigan Central Railroad, and is the shlpping point, and 39 west of Alpena. Has a- Congregational church, a bank and a weekly newspaper. Hillman has a population of about 500, and is located on Thunder Bay river, and on the Detroit & Mackinac Railroad, 16 miles northeast of Atlanta and 24 from Alpena. Has Episcopal, Presbyterian, MIethodist Episcopal and Catholic churches, a bank and a weekly newspaper. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Michigan Central, Detroit & Mackinac and the Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena Railroads.

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Title: Montmorency County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Cheboygan Co.; Presque Isle Co.; Sch; MONTMORENCY; Royston; Sch; Chu.; Brush Cr.; Sch.; Clear L; Rush L.; Grass L.; Long L; Round L.; Brush L.; Godfrey; VIENNA; Valentine L.; Hillman; B. G. G. & A R. R.; BRILEY; HILLMAN; Hetherton; Big Rock; Cem; Atlanta; Vienna; RUST; Avery L.; ALBERT; Hunter Cr.; Gilchrist Cr.; Spectacle L; LOUD; Lockwood L.; Club House; Turtle L.; Lewiston; Wolf L.; Otsego Co.; Oscoda Co; Alpena Co. -
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Page  138 138 OTSEGO COUNTY. This county was first laid out in 1840, and was at that time called "Okkuddo." In 1843 the name was changed to Otsego, which is said to mean "clear water." The county was organized in 1875. It is located in the northern part of the Lower Peninsula. The boundaries are Cheboygan county on the north, Montmorency county on the east, Crawford county on the south and Antrim and Charlevoix counties on the west. The total land area is 334,272.96. acres. Of this number, about 60,000 acres are already in good farms. The population is 6,552 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $6,914,039. A good school system is to be found throughout the county. There are 40 schools, an enrollment of 1,642 students, furnishing positions for 72 teachers. The county has five banks and two: weekly newspapers, while good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service is also to be found. Gaylord, the judicial seat of the county, has about 1,800 inhabitants. It is located on the Michigan Central, and the Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena Railroads, 63 miles south of Mackinaw City. It is the trading point for a prosperous agricultural section, has Congregational, Methodist, Baptist and Catholic churches, a high school building erected at a cost of about $27,000, municipally-owned water works and electric light plant, opera hot:se, two bankgs and a weekly newspaper. A woodenware factory, a grist-mill and a motor car plant comprise the chief industries. Vanderbilt, with about 5510 inhabitants, is located on the Michigan Central Railroad, eight and one-half miles north of Gaylord; has Congregational and Methodist churches, a shingle mill and a bank. Transportation facilities of the county are the Michigan Central, Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena and the Detroit & Charlevoix Railroads.

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Title: Otsego County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Sch.; Cheboygan Co.; Cem.; CORWITH; Berryville; Vanderbilt; Charlevoix; ELMIRA; DOVER; Hallock; LIVINGSTON; Elmira; Chu.; Boyne City Gaylord Alpena R. R.; Poor Farm; GAYLORD; T. Hall; BAGLEY; CHARLTON; Michigan Central R.R.; Bagley; Johannesburg; Salling; HAYES; Otsego Lake; CHESTER; Otsego Lake; OTSEGO; Waters; Antrim Co.; Crawford Co.; Montmorency Co. -
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Page  140 1 40 ANTRIMhl COUNiTY. Antrimz county was laid out in 1840 and was first called M~eegisee, mueaning " Eagle," andl was named after a fa~mous Chippewa chief, and later, in 1843, it was changed to the name it now b ' ers. The name "A~ntrim" is that of a county -in the northeastern part of Ireland. The county was finally. organized in 1863. It is located in, the northwestern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the entire west by Grand Traverse bay and Torch lake, forming a peninsula of part of the coast line. The total land area of this county is 305,558.44 acres, with nearly 120,000 acres already in splendid farms. The valuation of taxable property, as gien out by the state board of tax commllissioners in J1911, is $10,865r,174. The population is 15,692 (1910 census.). Antrim county has a total of '78 schools, employing 136 teachers and an attendance of 3,495 children last year. There is good telephone, t~legraph and rural route service in the county. Bellazire is the capital of the county and has a population of about 1,400~. It is located on the Pere M~arquette Railroad and East Jordan &t Southern Railroad, 37T miles south of Charlevoix. There are Congregational, M1ethodist- and Catholic churches, good schools, electric lighting plant, a bank and a weekly newspaper. A few of the industries include: F'eed and grist-m3ills, saw-mills, etc. Other important towns of.the county include: Elk Rapids, Manalcelona and Central Lake. Elk Rapids is a town of about 1,800 inhabitants and is picturesquely located on Grand Traverse bay, at the mouth of the Elk river, and is a station on the Pere M\arquette Railway, 34 miles southwest of Bellaire. The town is lighted by electricity, has a fine water system~, churches of the Episcopal, IMethodist, Catholic, German Reformed, Presbyterian and Norw~egianz Lutheran denominlations, a $24,000 school building, good public library, a bank and two weekly newspapers. There is a good market for apples, potatoes, peas and other farm products which are raised iij the vicinity. Mlanufacturing industries include iron and chemical company, saw schools, electric lighting, twTo ba~nks and a weekly newsplaper. Principal transportation facilities of the county are the Grand Rapids & Indiana, Pere Marquette, Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena, Detroit'&: Charlevoix and the Eiast Jordan & Southern Railroads, and the ilorthern M~ichiganz Transportation Company.,

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Title: Antrim County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Charlevoix; Sch.; Lake Skinner; Sch; Chu.; Lime L.; Atwood; Moblo L.; Cem.; Cem; Chu.; Mud L.; Ellsworth; BANKS; Chu; Essex; P.M. R.R.; East Port; CENTRAL LAKE; Essex Jct.; B.C. & R. R.R.; G.R. & I.R.R.; Echo; Torch Lake; Mill Pond; ECHO; JORDAN; WARNER; Central Lake; Echo L.; Wards; T. Hall; Rockey; Elmira; Fountain L; Hall; Finkton; Chestonia; Intermediate Lake; East Jordan River; Simmons; FOREST; G. Hall; CHESTONIA; TORCH LAKE; Creswell; KEARNEY; STAR; Mud L.; Bellaire; Pere Marquette R. R.; Alba; MILTON; HOME; Detroit & Charlevoix R.R.; Clam Lake; Grass Lake; Cedar River; Wetzell L.; Toad L.; High Lake; Wetzell; Kewadin; Pere Marquette R.R.; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; GRAND TRAVERSE BAY; HELENA; Comfort; Lake of the Woods; CUSTER; Mancelona; MANCELONA; Elk Rapids; Torch Lake; Alden; Furnaceville; Sand L.; ELK RAPIDS; South Milton; Otsego Co.; Grand Traverse Co.; Elk Lake; Kalkaska Co. -
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Page  142 142.--~'R 3-._i.iir-o ncu-i '-".-.--= ,,, - -;;,; 39-qp?i*: ' '" -....:~:6" '^-~~ LEELANAU. COUNTY.:- n " Ienaioui ntylaid out in 1840 and was organized` in 1863. Th-e nam - according to an Indianeged-meas "Delight of Life." This county is locaed in the northern part of ithe Lower Peninsula. Its boundaries are Lake Michigan- on the west and north,I Grand Traverse Bay on the east, and Benzie and Grand Traverse ýcounties on the south. The total land area -of the county is 220,23358 acres, of which about 160,000 acres are in good farms. The population is 109608 (1910 census. ) The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $6,388,512. There are 61 schools, supplying positions for 84 teachers, and an enrollment of 2,385 students. The county has five banks and three weekly newspapers, also telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Leland is the county seat and has a population of about 400. It is located at the mouth of Leelanau river, the outlet of Lake Leelanau, on the west shore of the peninsula forming Leelanau county, 25 miles northwest of Traverse City and four and one-half north of Provemont, its nearest railroad point. There are Lutheran and Methodist churches and a weekly newspaper is published. Leland has become popular as an ideal summer resort. Empire, the largest town in the county, has about 650 inhabitants. It is located on the shore of Lake Michigan and on the Manistee & Northeastern Railroad, 28 miles southwest of Leland and about the same distance from Traverse City. It has Catholic and Methodist churches, a bank and a weekly newspaper. Other towns of the county are Northport, population, 600, and Suttons Bay, population, 600. The transportation facilities of the county are the Empire & Southeastern, Manistee & Northeastern, Traverse City, Leelanau & Manistique Railrbads and the Northern,Michigan Transportation Company. i';'-:l-^M^^: ^'^l'' IM '^'"

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Title: Leelanau County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: North Fox Id.; To Leelanau Tp.; South Fox Id.; Light House; Cathead Pt.; Sch.; NORTH MANITOU ID.; Northport Rt.; Cem.; Life Saving Sta.; North Port; Northport Bay; N. Manitou; Sch; Northland Beach; To Leland Tp.; GRAND TRAVERSE BAY; Crescent; Light House; Chu; LEELANAU; Abodstown; Omena; Omena Rt.; SUTTONS; The Clovers; OMENA BAY; LELAND; Peshawbestown; To Glen Arbor Tp.; Leelanau Lake; LELAND BAY; SUTTONS BAY; SOUTH MANITOU ID; GOOD HARBOR BAY; Suttons Bay; Light House; Provemont; Glen Arbor; Good Harbor; CENTERVILLE; Elton; SLEEPING BEAR BAY; North Unity; T. Hall; Traverse L.; Schomberg; BINGHAM; Lime L.; Keswick; Glen Haven; GLEN ARBOR; Bodus; CLEVELAND; Shetland; Chu.; Glen Lake; Sadore; Bingham; Maple City; Manistee and Northeastern; Leelanau Lake; Burdicville; Cedar; Fouch; ELM; T. Hall; SOLON; Hatches Crossing; LAKE MICHIGAN; Empire; Manistee & N.E. R.R.; KASSON; Solon; WOOD; WEST BAYEMPIRE; Benzie Co.; Manistee and North Eastern R.R.; Grand Traverse Co.; Greilicksville; Docks -
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Page  144 144 _ -........:i.. ' -.... 'i:. +. -: GCHARLEVOIX COUNTY..:..^ A Charlevoix county was:.,.laid out in 1840 and was at that time called Kesh-?i. 1kanko, the name of a leading chief of the Chippewas. In 1843 the name.. was.... -": "'. - " "L'.:\ changed to Charlevoix, in honor of Pierre Francois Xavier de Charlevoik;^:le ' '-:: F rench Jesuit missionary, traveler and historian. The country was organized dur':"-ing the year 1869. It is located in the northwestern part of the Lower Peninsula;" ' -:, ".is bounded on the north by Emmet county, on the east by Cheboygan and Otsego, //.- counties, on the south by Otsego and Antrim counties and on the west by Lake. >:. Michigan. The total land area is 266,224.98 acres, 127,625 acres of wihich are "1 devoted to farms. The population is 19,157 (1910 census). There are 77 schools in Charlevoix county, with an enrollment of about 4,536, students, requiring the services of 163 teachers. There are 7 banks, one daily and six weekly newspapers in the,county,. also telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. ':.i j Chrlevoix is. the capital city of the county and has a population of about: 2,500. It is beautifully located on the shore of Lake Michigan at the entrance to- Pine,Lake and itis ideal attractions and many charms have made itfamous as " a summer.resort. It is located on the Pere Marquette Railroad, 210 miles north of Grand, Rapids: The city owns and controls its own electric light:and water - plants, has;:churches of the Baptist,.Congregational, Episcopal, Methodist- and: Catholic: deno~inations, an up-to-date: public school system, public:' library, good S.hotels, two banikS, an opera house and two weekly newspapers. There are saw Sand shingle-mills, and manufactories of flour, beet sugar, cement,, boilers, boats " ' and launches, rustic furniture and bridges. A large shipping trade is done in Swood, bark, ties, cedar posts, lumber and fish. - Other cities of importance are Boyne City, Boyne Falls and East Jordan.. Boyne City, with a population of 5,218 (1910 census), is located on the Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena Railway, and Pine lake, 16 miles southeast of Charlevoix. The city is lighted by electricity, has perfect natural drainage supplemented by a splendid sewerage system, fire department, paved streets and good water for domestic and industrial purposes. In the hills surrounding the city to the north and south is a never-failing supply of flowing wells and spring water which is furnished to users through 16 miles of mains. There are churches of the Baptist, Evangelical, German Evangelical, MIethodist, Presbyterian and Roman Catholic denominations, a first class public school system, two banks, first-class hotels, a hospital and two newspapers. In the list of manufacturing industries of Boyne City, that of the manufacture of lumber constitutes one -.of the most important industries:. The city is destined to become one of the largest manufacturing centers in the state for lumber, lath, shingles, flooring, veneer, sash, doors, and other timber products, as: well as for furniture and carriages. The industrial interests include some of the largest hard wood lumber mills in the world, large veneer plant, planing-mills, largest shingle plant in the state, manufactories of boxes and baskets, charcoal, brick and tile, chemicals, etc. Principal transportation facilities of the county are the Pere Marquette, Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena, Detroit & Charlevoix, Grand Rapids & Indiana Railways, and the Northern Michigan Transit Company.

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Title: Charlevoix County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: St. James; Front L.; Chu.; Little Beaver Is.; To St James; Hog Island; Barney's L.; Sch.; Garden Island; Egg L.; To St. James; BEAVER IS'D; To St. James; Fox L.; Nine Mile Pt; Green's L.; PEAINE; Bay Shore; Mt. McSaura; Burgess; Charlevoix; HAYES; Susan L.; Cem.; Geneserath L.; CHARLEVOIX; Chu; Light House; Eagle Is.; BAY; Emmet Co.; Pine Lake; Hortons Bay; Walloon; Walloon Lake; NORWOOD; Adams L.; Wildwood; Clarion; Walloon Lake; Dot; Stover Cr.; T. Hall; Twin Lakes L; Tronton; EVANGELINE; Franks; CHANDLER; Ironwood; MARION; EVELINE; Hayden Pt.; MELROSE; Pere Marquette R.R.; Lake; Springvale; Norwood; Matchett L.; Phelps; Hall; Advance; Boyne City; Boyne River; Cheboygan Co.; Antrim Co.; BOYNE; Thumb L.; SOUTH ARM; Thumb; WILSON; Deer L.; Boyne Falls; HUDSON; T. Hall; East Jordan; VALLEY; Clear L.; Branch L.; Intermediate L.; Antrim Co.; D. & C.R.R.; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; Otsego Co.; Otsego Co. Charlevoix; The Charlevoix State Savings Bank.; Resources ,000; General Banking, Real Estate and Insurance; Write for Any Information; Our Offices Have All Modern Conveniences for Tourists; You Are Welcome, N. J. Rachow, Cashier
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Page  146 146 EMMET COUNTY. Emmet county was laid out in 1840 and was first called' Tonedagana. In 1843 the name was changed to Emmet, in honor of the Irish patriot, Robert Emmet. The -county was finally organized in 1853. It is located in the. extreme, northern part of the Lower Peninsula, is bounded on the north by Lake Michigan, and the straits of Mackinac, on the'east by Cheboygan county, on the south by Charlevoix county and on the west by Lake Michigan. The total land area of the county is 300,855.39 acres. Ab.out 125,000 acres are now being farmed with great success. The, population is 18,561 (1910- census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 19119 is $16,646,690. The school system is equal to that of most any of the larger counties, there being 78 schools, attended by 3,765 children and requiring 150 teachers. There are five banks, one daily and four weekly newspapers. Good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service,is,.found. The county in general is well adapted' for farming. Petoskey, with a population of over 5,000, is the judicial seat and also -the largest city in -the county. The county. seat was originally located at Harbor Springs, but was removed to: Petoskey by a -vote of the people of the county in 1910. It is located on the Grand Rapids & Indiana and the Pere Marquette Railways, at the mouth of Bear river, on Little traverse bay, which is six miles wide and nine miles long. The city is lighted by electricity, has water works, fire. department, gas plant, an, opera house, two banks, a beautiful court house erected at a cost of about $380,000, two weekly newspapers, churches of the Adventist, Baptist, Catholic, Christian Science, Episcopal, German Evangelical, German Lutheran, German Methodist, Methodist, Mennonite and Presbyteziandnmntos xelnt public schools, a public library, first class hotels and numerous substantial manufacturing and business houses. Pap~er.P, leather, sectio-nhnal boks and lumbeg nr ar

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Title: Emmet County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: CECIL BAY; Temperance Pt.; Mackinaw City; STURGEON BAY; Cecil; French L.; Sucker Cr.; School; O'Neal L.; CARP LAKE; Sturgeon Bay; BLISS; Cem; Carp Lake; Carp Lake; Bliss; CROSS VILLAGE; Wycamp L.; Church; Cem.; Cross Village; Levering; MCKINLEY; Larks L.; Larks; READMOND CENTER; T. Hall; Van; Bliss; Maple River; Goodhart; Pellston; FRIENDSHIP; PLEASANT VIEW; MAPLE RIVER; Stutsmanville; Pleasant View; LAKE MICHIGAN; Ayr; Brutus; WEST TRAVERSE; Emmet Heights; Grand Rapids & Indiana R. R.; Poor Farm; LITTLE TRAVERSE; LITTLEFIELD; Crooked R.; Forest Beach; Harbor Springs; Lanson; Ramona Park; Oden; LITTLE TRAVERSE BAY; Wequetonsing; Menonqua Beach; Conway; Crooked L.; Roaring Brook; Round Lake; East Bay View; Pickerel L.; Bay View; PETOSKEY; RESORT; Bear Cr.; Epsilon; SPRINGVALE; BEAR CREEK; Lake Grove Park; Beach Pt; Cheboygan Co.; Llinois Garden; Indian Garden; Charlevoix Co. Petoskey; Northern Auto Co., Ford Distributors for Northern Michigan; Studebaker Service Station; Roy A. Golden Propr.
147 EMM~ET UO- TYU PETOSKEY~E Northern Autola~c Co., VorCpd Dis-tributors for Northern 311B~chigaia.. Stu~debaker Ss ervice Sta~tion. Hox A. Goldenl Proppr. S20 2 9 27 6G ~ L. 26 2 $fT J~ ~ 2b 2 ý7 25(~j~2 3)~~~13 STU RGE I-; j3t O 2 % 3 2,j-.95 -3 8 8 /Q~41;Q: 26/ f I i t II I ý=I IL i I I t 11 HI I k I ~-41 U R Md~ 19 -20F~ 25- ycl 11I BAY 16 21 25 18 13 CA LI II I, IIT 2/ 24 24 CY) E-i 267 2928 s Do I 11 II I C C I r ~ -~,,, I - 14 /I n-117511 36 31.3 2....... 1 -7 r-UL-.--71---- 44tv dir. iii li %1 -I' II ~ 11 L-ýJ A ~ a rc.~ 16 za 61--f -1 r I II II I ' - --4/t~17I lr LZ4! - /-9 20 RCK 23 1 3 18- 7*16/ 1 / -lT 14 I -36 12 T 1, xl A!, I ý A91. 4 IM R-d ý i it F -0- V-0 - 7ý L-T-1,14 4 I I T;F I l. a M I i ~-C--CCI ~29~ 28 27 26fG Cji3 291 225-53 c,ýj jl ýa r,_ I IlcL 11 IL % ==4'i 01-- a I I. I ý -r -i PI 132 33 )L- ' 31~~ -i -7 I -F i 36 i 31 I hhh6 -6TI~ 11 11 I r J I;LI ' ' ' L I r. -~ -C--L-- - It I - r -'7 7:ql I T1 9 11 r 17 14- 17 1~3] cF)I-- [ 6 IS1/ /920 21 22 /9 I im Z ~1 4 3~ IT LLT 26ý R 12~ 1.3 13 i s~ '2, jcr FA 6 R-1 25 i~ eta. 'ON1 12 25 06 R5;tl t.r I 22 2I:LITTLE~ L ~Q~" Irl A -%T 13'rx it:1 u~ r

Page  148 148 CHEYBOYGAN COUNTY. Cheyboygan county was laid out and named in 1840, and was organized In 1853. It was named from a river of the same name and has many meanings ascribed to it. The county is located in the extreme northern part of the Lower Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Lake Huron, on the east by Presque Isle county, on the south by Otsego and Montmorency counties and;o* the west by Charlevoix--and Emmet counties. -The Aota-lAand area comprises 462,439.73 acres. Of this number, 120,418 acres are devoted to farms. It hasi a total popu lation of 17,872 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in - 1911, is $12,003ý821. - The county has splendid educational advantages. There are in all, 84 schools,. requiring 139 teachers, with a total enrollment of 4,138 students. There are 6 banks, 1 daily and 3 -weekly newspapers in the county, also telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Cheboygan is he judicial seat of the county and has a population of about 89000. It is a thriving manufacturing and shipping point and the lake port of one of the best farming sections in Michigan, located in the straits of Mackinac at the mouth of the Cheboygan and Black rivers and on the Michigan Central and the Detroit & Mackinac Railroads. In addition to its rail facilities, it has many boat. lines connecting with nearly every large port on the lakes. The city is thoroughly modern, has well paved streets, fine sewerage system, water works, a well equipped fire department, 10 miles of water mains, police department, 9.:-public schools, a county normal school, 3 parochial schools, public library., opera, house, first class hotels, 3 banks, churches of different denominations, electric

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Title: CHEBOYGAN COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: STRAITS OF MACKINAC; MACKINAW CITY; CABOTS PLAT; MACKINAW; FREEDOM; MICHIGAN CENTRAL R.R.; ARBUTUS RESORT; LAKESIDE; HEBRON; CARP L.; Sch.; BEAUGRAND; HEBRON; MUNRO L.; WEADOCK; INGLESIDE; DOUGLAS LAKE; DOUGLAS RESORT; DOUGLAS LAKE; Chu.; Cem.; RIGGSVILLE; INVERNESS; DODGES PT.; CHEBOYGAN RIVER; BLACK RIVER; POOR FARM; HACKMATACK INN; ALVERNA; GRANT; BENTON; COLONIAL PT.; BURT LAKE; Chu.; FRESH BREEZE; TOPINABEE; BURT LAKE HOUSE; Sch.; PITTSBURGH LANDING; TUSCARORA; INDIAN RIVER; LITTLE STURGEON RIVER; CRUMLEY CR.; PIGEON RIVER; KOEHLER; LEGRAND; D. & M. R.R.; SILVER L.; RED PINE PT.; MULLET LAKE; ALOHA; DETROIT & MACINAW R.R.; LONG L.; Cem.; MANNING; WAVERLY; Black Lake; WILDWOOD; EMMET CO.; MENTORELLIS; Chu.; RONDA; Sch.; T. Hall; WEST R.R.; STURGEON RIVER; CHARLEVOIX CO.; OTSEGO CO.; WILMOT; TROWBRIDGE; WOLVERINE; NUNDA; WALKER; DOG L.; FOREST; TOWER; Cem.; BLACK RIVER; MAPLE GROVE; MONTMORENCY CO.; PRESQUE ISLE CO.; SILVER L. CHEBOYGAN.; The Cheboygan State Bank. Capital ,000, Surplus ,000; Cheboygan Auto Sales Co. Studebaker, Chevrolet and Monroe Machines. General Automobile Repairing
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Page  150 150 *;.. '.,,...i " ".g 4$-' 1871*'". T -. - w..''PRESQUE ISL.E COUNTY.. This county was laid out in 1840, and ^abforgamiizede ii 1871. The count#= was so named from, the narrow peniisula-presque, isle-jutting out into Lake Huron toward the southern end of the: county. It is located in the extreme northeastern part of the Lower Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Cheboygan county ad. Lake Huron, on the east by Lake Huron, on the south by Montmorency and Alpena counties, and oin the west by Cheboygan' county. The total land area is 428,874.97 acres. About 132,000.acreiare already in good farms. The population of the county is 11,249 (1910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $5,457,792 on all taxable land. There are a total of fifty schools, 2,360. scholars in* attendance, requiring 74 teachers. The county has four banks and four weekly newspapers, also telephone, telegraph and rural mail serS: vice. Rogers, the judicial seat of the county, has'a population of about 700. It is located on the shore of Lake Huron, thirty-five, diles northwest of Alpena, fortyfive southeast of Cheboygan, and eleven and three-quarter miles from Metz Depot on the Detroit & Mackinac Railrad. It has Methodist, Lutheran and Catholic churches, a bank and a weekly newspaper. The largest town in the county, is Onaway, which has about 2,700t inhabitants. It is located: on the Detroit & Mackinac Railway, twenty-seven miles southwest of Rogers, twenty-six miles southeast of Cheboygan, and forty-six miles northwest has Episcopal, Methodist, Baptist and Catholic churches, good schools, municipallyowned electric light and water plant, opera house, two public halls, good hotels, two banks and two weekly newspapers. The industries include manufactories of bicycle and automobile steering wheel rims, cooperage, saw mills, a foundry and machine shop, shingle mills, handle factory, stave and heading mills, planing mill, hoop mill, etc. Onaway is located near two of the best trout streams in northern Michigan-the Blick and Rainy rivers. Millersburg, with its 550 inhabitants, is located on the Detroit & Mackinac Railway, and on the OcqLueoc river, eighteen miles southwest of Rogers, and midway between Alpena and Cheboygan. It has Methodist, Presbyterian and Catholic churches, a graded public school, a bank and a weekly newspaper. The principal transportation facility of the county is the Detroit t& M-ackinac Railroad.

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Page  152 152 MACKINAC COUNTY Mackinac county was laid out and organized in 1818. The county was first called Michilimackinac, in memory of an ancient Indian tribe which at one time occupied this.territory. Later, the name was changed to that which it now bears. This county is located in about the southeastern par.t of the Upper Peninsula. It is bounded on the northý by Lu(ce and Chippewa counties, on the east by Chippewa county, on the south by Lake Michigan, Straits of Mackinac and Lake Huron, and on the west by Schoolcraft county.- The total land area is 650,2255.42 acres, of which about 59,000' acres have been converted into good farms. The population of the county is 9,249 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable land, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $8,001,963. There are 60 schools, which were attended by 1,989 pupils last year, requiring the services of 77 teachers. The county has two banks and t"wo weekly newspapers, also good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. St. Ignace has about 2,40(,0 inhabitants and is: the largest town and also the judicial seat of the county. It is located on the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railroad, and. the car ferries which run from St. Ignace to Mackinac City connect with the Michigan Central and the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroads. It has fine, broad streets, good cement walks, electric lights, the purest of water, a bank and two newspapers. St. Ignace has won, the. reputation of being one of the finest and most healthful summer resorts in the Upper Peninsula, and the thousands of people who visit here annually enjoy her natural beauty. In the woodland lakes and trout streams, hidden in the nearby forests, are perch, black bass, pike,' pickerel, Mackinac trout and brook trout. A large amount of shipping passes through her waters on the way to and from Chicago, Buffalo, Detroit and Duluth. Mackinac island is picturesquely located on the south shore of Mackinac county, in the straits of Mackinac, 18 miles northwest of Cheboygan, 5% from St. Ignace, the nearest rail appro~ach, and 9 from Mackinaw. The island is famous as a summer resort and is a paradise for the lover of outdoor sports, boating and fishing. Among its historic landmarks is Mackinac Island Park, ceded by the United States to the state o0f Michigan for the purpose of a state park. The park comprises old Port Mackinac, with 35 buildings, the. military reservation of 104 acres and the old National Park of 911 acres. Fort Mackinac is the second oldest fortification now standing in the United States. The religions are represented by churches of the Episcopal, C'atholic and Union Miss~ion denominations. There is also a public school. Transportation facilities of the county include the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie; Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic and Manistique Railroads, and the Arnold Steamship, Line, Northern Michigan Transportation Company, Goodrich Transportation Company, Erie and Michigan Railway and Navigation Company, Canadian, Atlantic Transportation Corpl~any, Mutual Transportation Company and the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company.

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Title: MACKINAC COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: LUCE CO.; SCHOOLCRAFT CO.; MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL AND Sault St. Marie Railroad; BRYAN; MILAKOKIA L.; HUNT'S SPUR; PIKE'S LAKE; HUGHES PT.; NEWTON; SOUTH MANISTIQUE LAKE; MANISTIQUE R.R.; CURTIS; MANISTIQUE LAKE; WILMAN; PORTAGE; BOVEE; GOULD CITY; CORINNE; HAZLEMERE; ENGADINE; TARRVILLE; SCOTTS PT.; PT. PATTERSON; SIMMONS; GARFIELD; DONALD; RAPPINVILLE; MILLE COUQUIN LAKE; MILLE COUQUIN PT.; NAUBINWAY; BIDDLE PT.; HENDRICKS QUARRY; GILCHRIST; GARNER; HUDSON; FIBORN QUARRY; CAFFE; HENDRICKS; PT. BROUFETTE; BREVOON; MOB; LAKE BREVOORT; BREVOORT RIVER; ALLENVILLE; MORAN; GREENE; BREVOORT; BISSELL; NOOL; PALMS; KENNETH; OZARK; MURRAY; CARP RIVER; D.S.S. & R. R.R.; PT. AUX CHENY'S; St. HELEN'S ID; ST. MORAN BAY; GROSCAR; CRAIN L.; HAY L.; P.C. 19; PIE LA BARBE; LAKE MICHIGAN; STRAITS OF MACKINAC; ST. IGNACE; CHARLES L.; PINE RIVER; MARQUETTE; PICKFORD; ROCKVIEW; ST. MARTINS BAY; ST. MARTINS ID.; GROSS PT.; LITTLE ST. MARTINS ID.; SEARON BAY; RABBITS BACK PK.; ST. IGNACE; PT. ST. IGNACE; CITY OF MACKINAC ISLAND; ROUND ID.; LIME KILN PT.; BOIS BLANC; BOIS BLANC; LIGHT HOUSE PT.; WALKERS PT.; DUNCAN LAKE; PT. AUX PINS; CLARK; BESSEL; Pt. BRULE; CEDARVILLE; MARQUETTE ID.; LA TREDEAUX; PT. FUGARD; GOOSEND; BEAVER TAIL PT.; LAKE HURON; Chippewa Co. -
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Page  154 CHIPPEWAV COUNTY.. Chippewa county was laid out and organized in 1826, -and was at one time part of Michilimackinac county. The name wats taken from the Chippewa Ojibway Indians, the largest of the Algonzquin tribes. The county is located in the exrtreme eastern part of the Upper ' Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Lake Superior and White Fish bay, on~ the.east by Lake George, St. Maryss river, Mud lake, and a portion of the North channel, on the south by Mackinac county and Lake Huron, and on the west by Luce county. The county has a total land area of 9,99,960.22 acres, with about 1L76,000 acres. devoted to farms. Ah considerable acreage of the agricultural land in Chippewat county is being very successfully devoted to dairyving and stock raising. The federal census of 19~10 gives Chippewa county a population of 24ý472'. In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $19,'764,959 on3 all taxable lands in the county. There is a good school system throughout the county, there being 90 schools, requiring 166i teachers, and last year's records show a 'total of 5,516 children in attendance. In the county may be found good telegraph, telephone, and rural mail service. There are 5 banks, I daily and 2 weekly news-papers. Saul~t Ste. Marie is the judicial seat of the county, as well as being the largest; city, and has a population of 12,615 (19101 census). It is; located on the St;. Mary's river, near the outlet of Lake Superior, opposite the famous Sault rapids, 1'70 miles east of Marquette. Here is the location of one of the greatest ship canals in the world through which commerce of the Great lakes passes on its way to and from Lake Superior and Lake Huron. The city's position on the St. Mary's river on a series of rapids which made necessary the ship canal is responsible for a second great attraction at this point--the power- canal with all its attendant possibilities. In this enterprise is realiz~ed the utilization of the natural forces inherent in the waters of Lake Superior as they flow over a sandstone rock ledge about half a mile long and. -half a mile wide, with a fall of twenty feet. W~ater power developments have -been planned, a~ttempt~ted and carried out and locks by which boats have been enabled to pass these falls have been constructed and operated during the past one hundred years, but it has been left to this day and generation to witnessi 'the practical consummation of the greatest possibilities in both Adirections, since of this formerly dormant power more than half has now been brought under -control, while lockrs are now in operation and being implroved, capable of passing, up and down, the largest fleet of merchant carrying vessels on the face of the globe. Lake Superior covers an area of some 30~,000 square ]miles, fed from a water a city hall, a beautiful new federal building, well laid out streets, three banks, first class hotels, a daily and two weekly newspapers. Situated as it is, among ideal surroundings, "'The Soo" has gained the reputatioll of being one of the flinest 'summler resorts in the country. The shipping facilities of the county are exceptionally good and include the Minneapolis, St. Paul &: Sault Ste. M~arie and the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic R~ailroads, the Erie &t Michigan Railway and Nnavigation Compazny, Northern~ Michigan Nalvigation Company, Erie & W~estern Transp~ortation Company, Northern Steamship Line, Canadian Pacific Steamship Company, the Mutual Anchor Line and the C. D. &T G. B. Transportation C~ompany.

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Title: CHIPPEWA COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: LUCE CO.; WHITEFISH; WHITE FISH BAY; WHITE FISH PT.; VERMILION; SHELLDRAKE RIVER; SHELLDRAKE; TAQUAMENON RIVER; EMERSON; TAQUAMENON BAY; ECKERMAN; STRONGS; TO SOO TWP.; MACKINAC Co.; TROUT LAKE; DICK; FIBRE; DRYBURG; REXFORD; WELLSBURG; ROCO; PENDILLS CR.; NEDMOKONO PT.; NODOWAY PT.; IROQUOIS PT.; WAISHA BAY; BRIMLEY; CEDAR PT.; ST. MARYS RIVER; SAULT STE. MARIE; SUGAR ID.; LAKE GEORGE; HAY LAKE; SOO; SUPERIOR; DAFTER; DONALDSON; COTTAGE PARK; KINROSS; RUDYARD; PICKFORD; PICKFORD; BRUCE; BARBEAU; MCCARRON; ROSEDALE; NEEBISH ID.; ST. JOSEPH ID.; MUNUSKONG BAY; RABER; DETOUR; MUD LAKE; POTAGANNISSING BAY; DETOUR PASSAGE; DRUMMOND ISLAND; LAKE HURON -
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Page  156 156 LUC~E COUNTY. Luce county was laid out and organized in 18877, after being separated f riom Chippewa and Mackinace counties, of which it; was a, part. It was named in ~holzor of Cyrus G. Luce, t~hen governor of the state. The total land areat of the county is 582,654.15 acres. Of this number, about 21,000 acres h~ave already been converted into farms. This county is located in the northeastern p~art o~f the Up~per Peninsula. Is. bounded on the north by Lake- Superior, on the east by Chippewa county, on the south by Mliackinac county, and on the west by Alger and Schoolcraft counties. The population is 4,004 (191~0 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estima~ted by the state board of tax commissioners in- 1911,, is $0,2056,418. T~he county has 1'7 schools, an enrollment of 962. s~tudents, requiring the services of 38 teachers. There is one bank and one weekly newspaper, -while telegraph, telephone and rural mail seryvice add' to the conveniences.. N'ewberry is the county seat, also the largest. town, population, 1,300. 'It is located on the Duluth, South Sho~re &t Atlantic Railroad, 55 miles northwwest of St. Ignace, 56 southwest of Sault Ste. MIarie and 96, southeast of Marquette. It has good system of water works, electric lights, churches of the Episcopal, Presbyterian, M~ethodist, Lutheran and C'atholic d~enom~inations, a graded publi~c scho~ol, an opera

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Title: LUCE COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: ALGER CO.; LAKE SUPERIOR; DEER PARK; TWO HARTED RIVER; EAST BR. TWO HEARTED RIVER; LITTLE TWO HEARTED RIVER; LAKE BETSY; UPPER FALLS; TAQUEMENON RIVER; SCHOOLCRAFT CO.; COLUMBUS; McMILLAN; LAKEFIELD; LAKETON; Danaher; NORTH MANISTIQUE LAKE; MANISTIQUE LAKE; DULUTH SOUTH SHORE AND ATLANTIC R.R.; WEST BR. TAGUEMENON RIVER; HUNTERS LOVE; SAGE; SOO JUNC.; DOLLARVILLE; NEWBERY; PENTLAND; MACKINAC CO.; CHIPPEWA CO. NEWBERRY; Newberry Garage. Special Attention to Tourists; Newberry Hotel. Rates, UNS and UNS.50 with Bath. Special Attention to Tourists
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Page  158 158 SCH00LCRAFT CO0UNTY. This county was laid out and organized in 1-848 and was named in honor -of Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, whose name is associated with his, researches in all matters connected with the Indians. This county is located in about the central part of the Upper Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Alger county, on the east by Luce and Mackinac counties, on the south by Lake Michigan and on the west by Alger and Delta counties. The total land area is 758,095..79 acres, of which about 46,000 acres are now in good farms. Population, 8,681 (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 19'11, is- $8,390,564. The school system is equal to that of many of the larger counties, there being 34 schools, an enrollment of 1,848. students requiring the services- of 79 teachers. The county has, two banks and two weekly newspapers, telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Manistique, the largest city and judicial seat of the county, has, a population of about 5,000. It~occupies a beautiful location on the shore of Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the MNanistique river, 90 miles by water from St. Ignace, 107 from Sault Ste. Marie and 259, from Chicago. It is a station on the Milwaukee, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway, and on the Manistee & Northeastern railroads. The city is electrically and gas lighted, has a good sewer system, a fine system of water works, wefll eqippd-"r-e department 4-, beutfulchrchs -1rt% eaing deomintion, a

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Page  160 160 ALGER COUNTY. Alger county was laid out and organized in 1885 and was named in honor of, Russell A. Alger, then governor of Michigan, and afterwards secretary of war and United States senator. This county is located in the northern part of the Upper Peninsula and is bounded on the north and part of the west by Lake Superior. The total land area of the county is 589,,948.58 acres, having about 30,000 already converted into farms. The valuation of taxable property as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $9,436,997. The population is 7ý675 (1910 census). There are a total. of 29- schools, which were attended by 1,545 children last year, requiring the services of 61 teachers. The county has telephone and telegraph service, two banks and one newspaper, which is published at Munising. i Munising is the county seat and has a population of about 3,000. It is located on the Munising, Marquette & Southeastern Railway; Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railway, and the Minneapolis, St. Paul- & Sault Ste. Marie Railroad. There are churches of different denominations, a high school building, costing about $60,000, water works, electric lighting plant, opera house, a live weekly newspaper, two banks, and a court house, costing about $40,000. Theindustries include lumber mills, woodenware plant,.'a tannery and a paper factory which is one of the most modern in the United States.. The plant is in operation night and day and is run by electricity. The streams throughout the county are planted each year with brook trout and the nearby lakes teem with bass and perch, making Munising one

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Title: ALGER COUNTY, MICHIGAN Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: LAKE SUPERIOR; LAUGHING FISH PT.; WHITE FISH; DERTON; ONOTA; DEER L.; SHELTER BAY; DULUTH SOUTH SHORE AND ATLANTIC R.R.; ROCK RIVER; TRAIN BAY; TRAIN PT.; WILLIAMS ID.; WOOD ID.; LAKE AU TRAIN; MARQUETTE AND SOUTHERN R.R.; DIXON; EBEN; ROCK RIVER; MINN. St. PAUL AND SAULT STE. MARTE R.R.; CHATHAM; CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN R.R.; DORSEY; LIMESTONE; MARQUETTE CO.; TRENARY; DELTA CO.; MUNISING JC.; WETMORE; STILLMAN; GRAND ISLAND; TROUT BAY; RIDGE; MUNISING BAY; MURRAY BAY; AU TRAIN; MATHAIS; MUNISING; Schoolcraft Co.; CHAPMAN; TROUT PT.; CASTLE PT.; GRAND PORTAL; BEAVER L.; BURT; GRAND SAUBLE L.; GRAND MARIAS; LUCE CO.; PT. AU SAUBLE -
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Page  162 1622 DELTA COUN\TY.Delta county was laid out in 1843 and was organrized'in 1861. The ~county as originally laid out -included not only the present t 6riritory, but~ also, Menomineee and part of DIickinsonz, Marquette and Iron counties, giving it; the shape of the Greek letter "Delta" from which the county tak.e~ its':namve. It is' located in the south central part of the Upper Peninsula." - -Is, bounded on the north by Alger county, on the east by Schooleraft counzty adLake M'ichigan% on the south by that part of Lake M~/ichigan known? as Green baiy, and on the" west,ý by Meno' m3inee and M~arquette counties. T~he total land a're6a of thze countyT is ~748,91-5-44' acres. Of this -number, about 11-3,000 acres are in j~lrofitable farms The fdr~ census -of 19-10 gives Delta county a population of ýab~out 30,108. In 19119. thee state board of taxs commissioners placed a valluat'ion of $18,848,782 on all taxable lands. The county has a good school system.; There~ are 82 schoolsý sup-- plying positions for 199 teachers and an enrollmenlt of 6,776 children. 'There are six bankis, two daily and five weekrly newspap~ers, also good telephone, telegraph and rural mail service in the county. Escanaba. is the largest. city, as well as. being' the ca-pital city of the county. It has a population -of about 14,000, is located on the Chicago & Northwestern and the Escanaba & Lake 'Superior railroads. Its situation is as beautiful as it is advantageous for commerce. It is'located. on a point of land dividingý Green bay from Little Bay die Noe.,, the latter forming one of the best harb~ors on the entire chain of lakres. It is easy'of approach, having an entrance three~ miles in wridth--and depth sufficient to float the largest vessels. Thie city is one of the two great shipping points for iron ore. The statistics of the port and its capabilities' are almost incredible to any one who has,~ not already something likie a just ap preciation of the magnitude of the iron interests of this great region. Its six enormous iron dlock~s have a capacity of 95,000 tons, at which 30 vessels canl be loaded simlultaneously and fromu 20,000 to 30,000 tons canl be shipped in twsenty-four hours. The dockis are ligh~ted by electric lights and are kept in full operation day and night. There are anlso large muerchandise and commnercial docks,' handling 150,0001 tons of coal annually. The ~fish trade is an important industry, daily shipmentss being large. The city is lighted by electricity, has broad and well paved streets, wrater wovrks, fire and police departments, electric street railway, 2. Baptist, 3 Catholic, Epis-. coml., 4 Lutheran. 2 Methodist. Presbvterian and Swedish M a~ission churches. a which are among the largest individual docks on the lakes. T'he translportation facilities of the county are the M~inneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste.- MVarie, C~hicago &r Northwestern, Escanaba Traction Comupany, and the Escanaba &r Lakie Superior railroads, the Arnold.Steamlship Line, and the Goodrich Steamship Company.

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Title: Delta County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Lathrop; Alger Co.; Uno; Schoolcraft; Chicago & Northwestern R.R.; Osier; Maple Ridge; Maple Ridge; Rock; Defiance; Ridge; Masonville; Garden; Marquette; White Fish Branch Chicago & Northwestern R.R.; Escanaba & Lake Shore R.R.; Barron Spr.; Beaver Sta. Perkins; White Fish River; Nahma; Sturgeon River; Baldwin; Winde; Meridian; Rapid River; Tacoosh River; Minn St. Paul & S. Ste. Marie Rapid River R.R.; Days River; Brampton; Rap. River; Line R.R.; Menominee Co.; Escanaba River; Mac; Jaques; Nahma And Co. Northern R.R.; Sturgeon; Moss L.; Cornell; Garta; Ensign; Isabella; Salva; Kippling; Minn St. Paul & S. Ste. Marie R.R.; Furnace Id.; Porcupine Pt.; Chais; Ogontz; ogontz Bay; Escanaba; Glad Stone; Poplar Pt.; West Gladstone; Nahma; Stony Pt.; Bay Siding; Grass; Bay de Noc; St. Vital Id.; Ansel's Pt.; Wells; Soo Dp; Arch; St. Vital Pt.; Garden Bluff; Garden Bay; Vans Harbor; Garden; Shaffer; Newhall; Schoolcraft Co.; Pine Ridge; Escanaba; Round Island; Portage Bay; Chicago & Northwestern; Hyde; Ford River; Middle Bluff; Narenta; Little Bay de Noquette; Stonington; Chippewa Pt.; Fayette; Wellsburg; Bark River; Ford Riv.; Big Bay de Noquette; Penninsula Pt.; L.H.; Burnt Bluff; Fairbanks; Bark River; Sac Bay; Fairport; Ford River; Little Summer Id. Pt. De Tour; Menominee Co.; Green Bay; St. Martins Id. Gull Id.; Little Gull Id.; Big summer Id.; Poverty Id.; Lake Michigan -
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Page  164 164 MENOMINEE COUNTY. Menominee county was laid out by the Legislature in 1861 as Bleeker county, but the following session, in 1863, it was organized and the name changed to that which it now bears. The word Menominee is derived from. the Chippewas and means good grain." It is located in the extreme south central part of the Upper Peninsula. Is bounded on the north by Dickinson, Marquette and Delta counties, on the east by Delta county and Green bay, on the south by Green bay and Wisconsin, and on the west by Wisconsin and Dickinson counties, The total land area is 670,297.43 acres. Of this number, about 1-68,000 acres are devoted to fine productive farms. The population is 25,648 (1-910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board.of tax commissioners in 1911, is $19,673,938. There are 10-1 schools, attended by 6,445, students, requiring 195 teachers. The county has six banks, one. daily and two weekly newspapers, also good telegraph, telephone and rural mail sendee. Menominee, the county seat and largest city, has about 12,000 inhabitants. It is prettily located at the mouth of Menominee river,7on the shore of Green bay, on the Chicago & Northwestern, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul., and the Wisconsin & Michigan Railroads, 2.64 miles from Chicago and 137 from Marquette. The city is Zý -s system, paved streets, splendid lighted by electricity and gas, has good water work sewerage system, a well-equipped fire department,, a public library, first-elflss hotels, a p stoffice completed at a cost of about. $50,000, an opera house, three banks, one newspaper, etc. The manufacturing industries include an immense beet sugar plant, one of the largest manufactories of children's vehicles in the United States, the

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Title: Menominee County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Marquette Co.; Ford River; Phelpha;Chicago and Northwestern R.R.; Faunus; L Branch; Spalding; Whitney; Perronville; Leaper; Spruce L.; Chicago and Northwestern R.R.; Myers; Leaper L.; Learmans; Redford; Eustis; Chicago & Northwestern R.R.; Cedar River; Harris; Dickinson; Hermansville; Menominee River; Minneapolis St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie R.R.; Spalding; Wilson; Indian Town; Harris; Malacca; Powers; Fat Thorn Jct.; Blom; RI Rd; Nadeau; Nadeau; Carney; Querley; Holmes; Nathan; Delta Co.; Bagley; Banat; Talbot; Cedarville; Swanson; Cedar River; Caggett; Kells; Stephenson; Shaky L; Shaky River; Lake; Wisconsin & Michigan R.R.; Stephenson; Cedar River; Langrie; Mud L.; Koss; M. & T. Dam; Ingalls; Hayward; Menominee River; Wisconsin; Mellen; Wallace; Ingallston; Arthur Bay; Chicago & Northwestern R.R.; Ingallston; Menominee River;Menominee; Little river; Green Bay; Menominee -
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Page  166 166:-... -......_.....:DICKINSON COUNTY. SDickinson county, which was at one time part of Menominee, Iron and Marquette,counties, was organized in 1891, and was. -named in honor of Postmaster "General Don M. Dickinson. The county is located in the south central part of the Upper Peninsula and is bounded on the north by Marquette county, on the east by Marquette and Menominee counties, on the south by i Menominee county and Wisconsin and on the west by Iron county and Wisconsin. The total land area of the county is 491,925.09 acres. Of this number, about 24,000 acres are devoted to; farms. The 1910.census gives the* county a population of 20,524. In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $23,132,495 on all taxable land in the county. There are a total of 44 schools, requiring the seryices of 164 teachers and an enrollment of 5,560 children. The co'unity has three bani-ks, -one daily and three weekly newspapers. Iron Mountain is the judicial seat and the largest city in the county. It' Has a population of about 10,00.0, and is located on the Chicago & Northwestern and the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroads, 72 miles northwest of Menominee. -It is lighted by electricity, and gas, has water works, nfre department and excellent sewerage. There. are churches of the Baptist, Catholic, Episcopal, German Lutheran, Methodist Episcopal, Presbyterian; Swedish Mission, Swedish Methodist, Swedish Baptist and Swedish Lutheran denominations,..nine handsomes school buildings, a library costing $20,000, a fine opera house, an $85,000 county building, two banks, a daily newspaper, etc. The Actual Business.College, located here, occupies a prominent place among the commercial educational institutions of the state. This is the location of the famous Chapin iron mine, one of the largest and best in the Upper Peninsula, producing a very rich hematite ore, from which is made the best Bessemer iron and steel. The mine is worked at a depth of about 1,500 feet. The plant is of the most modern description, and immense hydraulic machinery, costing about $500,000, has been constructed to convey compressed air into the mine and is used for operating all machinery connected with the mine. There are other iron mines surrounding the city and, with carriage and wagon works, cement works, etc., are the principal industries of the place. Norway, another town in Dickinson county, has a population of about 5,000, is located on the Chicago o & Northwesterhn and the Michigan & Wisconsin railroads, eight miles east of Iron Mountain. Mining, farming and lumbering are the principal industries. There are churches of the Baptist, Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist Epliscopal, Norwegian and Swtedish Mission denominations, good schools, a convent, a bank and one weekly$ newsspaper. Yulcan, also in Dickinson county, with a population estimated at nearly 3,000, is located on the Chicago & Northwestern railway, ten miles southwest of Iron Mountain, the county seat, and two miles from Norway. Among the principal industries ae the manufacture of brick and the miining and handlingth of iron ore in large qcuantities. There are churches of several denominations. The transportation facilities of Dickinson county are the Escanaba & Lake Superior, Chicago & Northwestern, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, and the Wisi-" consin & Michigan railroads... - ki '*, *.;'. a.K,.! ~: -.i. ':;.,;'-* *... ' '..''. " '.*::./" ^.,... -. ),'. *. ' ' ' * * ' - /... ~i, *.' "./ "..*:..,:.,' -T" ^ ~.... ' ' '' /:.....,'. '.. ~ '....,,;:..bt -.

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Title: Dickinson County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Marquette Co.; Schwartz Cr.; Escanaba & Lake Sup.; Floodwood; Edgar L.; Deadmans L.; Michigamme River; Long L.; West Branch Escanaba River; Sawyer L.; West Branch; North Br. Ford River; Channing; Escanaba & Lake Superior R.R.; Ford River; Turner; Henderson; Ralph; Sagola; Ward; Lehmans; Pickerel L.; Lindsley; Alfred; Norway L.; Sagola; Felch; Breen; Six Mile L.; Theodore; Felch Mt.; Randville; Groveland Mine; Chicago & Northwestern R.R.; Metropolitan; Marquette Co.; Foster City; Hardwood; Granite Bluffs; Roosevelt l.; Iron Co.; Carney L.; Lyons L.; Grown L.; Merriman; East L.; Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul R.R.; Spring L.; Bentons L.; Breitung; Moon L; Norway; Toronto Camp; Bass L.; Lake Antoine; Escanaba Iron Mountain Western R.R.; Iron Mountain; Fumee L.; Waucedah; Vivian Mine; Quinnesec; C. & N.W. R.R.; W. & M. R.R.; Beaver Cr.; Sewer Cr.; C.M. & St. P R.R.; Vulcan; Sturgeon River; Hanbury L.; Arcon Br.; Chicago & North Western; Loretta; Cem.; Wisconsin & Michigan; Hamilton L.; Waucedah; Barry L.; Louis L.; Menominee Co. -
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Page  168 168 MARQUETTE COUNTY. Marquette county was laid out in 1843 and was organized in 1851 and was named in honor of Father Jaques Marquette, who established several missions. among the Indians. It is located in the northern part of the Upper Peninsula, is bounded on the north by Lake Superior, east by Alger and Delta counties, south by Dickinson, Menominee and Delta counties, and west by Iron and Baraga counties. The total land area is 1,182,8.5.1.15 acres. Of this number,-about 68,000 acres are in farm~s. The total population ist 46,739 (19-10 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commiss~ioners placed a 'valuation of $74,0S9,264 on all taxable lands. The county has 9'2 schools, furnishing positions for 342 teachers, and a total enrollment of 10,253 students. There are ten banks, two daily and six weekly newspapers. There is also good telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. Marquette is the county seat and has about 122,000. inhabitant~s. It is picturesquely located on the south shore of Lake Superior on an inlet known as Marquette Bay, 170 miles west of Sault Ste. Marie. It is the metropolis of the mining ~interests of the Lake Superior iron region. The first iron dock was built in 1845,. This city is the general headquarters of the Duluth, South Sh.ore & Atlantic Railroad, also the h-ome office of the Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railway. It has wide and well-laid-out streets, a complete sewerage system,, thoroughly equiplped fire department, good water works, police department, municiplcal light and power pl-ant, a public library, a normlal school library, an opera house, a $250,600. court house, first-class hotels, three hospitals, a $50,000 city hall. This is also the location of the Upper Peninsula State Prison and House of Correction. The schooL property includes ten buildings, the high school, which includes the manual training school, costing about $100,000. There are churches of the leading denominations, also three banks, one weekly and two daily newsplapers. The manufacturing interests comprise iron works, foundry and machine shops, saw- and planing-mills, brewery, powder plant, charcoal works, carriage and wagon works, boiler and sheet iron works,, gas light plant, etc. There is also a large stone quarry within the city limits. Ishpeming, the largest city-in the county, has a population of about 12,448 (1910 census). It is located on the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic, Chicago, & orthwrestern and the Lake Superior & Ishpeming Railroads, 15 mviles southwest of WV~rquette and thr~ee west of N~egaunee. It is the largest city atnd one of the m7oslt important m~ining centers in the L~ake Superior iron district, havingf loCatedl w7ithain its corporate limiits eight iron mlines; there is also a smelting furna~ce, a boiler s~hop, carriage and w~agon factories, etc. There are churches of the leading denominations, good public and plarochial scho~ols, an operaz house, a p~ublic library. The ci~ty is lighted by~gas and electricity, has a good water- works sgrstem, efficient fire departmzert, two bankrs, four weekly newvspiapers, et~c. NTegaunee has; a population of about 8,460 (1910 census). It is located on the D~ulut~h, South Shore & Atlantic, Chicago & Northw~estern and the Lake Superior &~ I shpem~ing RailwayJs, in the heart of the iron district, tw~elve m-iles southwest of Masrquette and three from33 I81hpleming. The city is lighted by electricity, has water works, a well-equip~ped fire departmlent, E~piscop~al, Methodist, Presbyterian, Catholic, SwTedish andc Fi~innish L~utheran churches, six sch~ool Ibuildinzgs, an op~era ho~use, a library, thzree b~anks and a. week~ly newspiaper. The princip~al transpl~ortation facilities of the c ount are the C'hica~go, MlilwYaukee &, St. PaZUl, ESCanalbla &i Lake Sup~erior, Chicago & N;o~rthwestern, Munising, Mar quette & Southeastern, LakeSuperior & Ishpeming, and the Duluth, South. Shore & Atlantic Railroads, the Erie:&, Western Transportation C'ompany and. the Northern Steamship Company.

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Title: Marquette County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Huron Islands; Huron River Pt.; Lake Superior; Pine River Pt.; Conways Pt.; Pine L; Conways Pt.; Lets landing; Mountain L.; Salmon Trout Pt.; Ives L.; Big Bay; Big Bay Pt.; Powell; Lake Independence; Yellow Bog Pt; Marquette & Southeastern; Granite Pt.; Birch; Thoney's Pt.; Silver L.; Marquette; Granite Pt; Michigamme; Champion; Ishpeming; Partridge Id.; Middle Id; Presque Isle; Negaunee; Marquette; Picnic Rocks; Chicago & Northwestern; Michigamme Lake; Michigamme; Clowry; Champion; South Shore Atlantic R.R.; Teal; Wabink; Humell; Diurite; Dexter; Harvey; Shot Pt; Ishpeming; Negaunee; Partridge; Chost Bay; Duluth South Shore & Atlantic; Gordon; Sand River; Humboldt; Greenwood; Goose Lake; Marquette & Southern R.R.; Goose Lake; Mangum; Chocolay; Tilden; Palmer; Cascade; Gentian; Republic; Ely; Tilden; Richmond; Sands; Yalmer; West; Republic; Sands; Skandia; Branch; Selma; Olker; Forsyth; Plains; Chicago & Northwestern R.R.; Plains; Skandia; Lawson; Witbeck; Carlsbend; Wanzy; Munising R.R.; Gwinn; Little Lake; Kates; Iron Co.; Dickinson Co.; Cyr; Turbin; Elena; McFarland; Algier Co.; Gleason; Escanaba River; Ross; Wells; Northland; Escanaba & Lake Superior; Read; Mashek; Watson; Dickinson Co.; Menominee Co.; Delta Co. -
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Page  170 170 IRON COUNTY. Iron county was laid out and organized in 1885. It was so named because of the heavy iron deposits which are found throughout. It is located in the southwestern part of the Upper Peninsula, is' bounded on the north by Houghton- and Baraga counties, on the east by Marquette and Dickinson counties, on the south b~y Wisconsin and on the west by Go~gebic and Ontonagon c~ounties. The total land area of the count~y is 760,143.11 acres. Of this number, about. 30,000 acres are now devoted to farms. The population is 15J,64 (:1.910 census). In 1911, the state board of tax commissioners placed a valuation of $30,314,143 on all taxable land. The county has 41 schools, furnishing positions for 141 teachers, and last year's records showed a total of 3,807 students in attendance. There are three banks and two weekly newspapers, also telegraph and telephone service in the county. Crystal Falls is the largest city, also the countyr seat. It has a population of about 3,.500. The city is located on the Paint river and on the Chicago & Northwestern and the,.Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad~s, 18 miles east of Iron river and 17 from Florence, Wisconsin. In the vicinity are twenty-nine iron mines. The city owns and operates its own water works. and electric light plant, has a,good fire...epartment., sanitary sewerage, a good public school system, including a high school erected at a cost of about $65,000, -chur~ches o~f the Episcopal, Metho(,ist,, Presbyterian, Baptist, Catholic, Swedish and F innish.Iutheran- and Swodl'ý,. Nethodist denominations, a. $60,000 court house, an opera' hous'e,-a bank and a weekly

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Title: Iron County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Houghton Co.; Baraga Co.; Perch L.; Paint L.; Ontonagon Co.; Winslow L.; Diana; Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul R.R.; IRON RIVER; HEMATITE; Chicago Northwestern R.R.; Marquette Co.; Amasa; Elmwood; Atkinson; BATES; Balsam; James L; CRYSTAL FALLS; Golden L.; Basswood; Uno; Beechwood; Iron L.; Kelso; Hazel; Sunset L.; Trout L.; Long L.; STAMBAUGH; Mansfield; Gogebic Co.; Iron River; Ice L.; Crystal Falls; MANSFIELD; Pickerel L.; State of Wisconsin; Hagerman L.; Stanley L.; Stambaugh; Brule L.; Pulatka; Chekagon L.; MASTODON; Saunders; Mastodon; Pentoga; Armstrong; Stager; Dickinson Co. -
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Page  172 1.72, GOGEBIC COUNTY. (Gogeb-ic county was laid out and organized in 1887 and was named for the Gogebic iron district. It is also probable that -the name was taken from Lake Agogeblic, which is partly in this county and partly in Ontonagon county. It is located in the 'extreme western part of the Upper Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by Lake Superior and Ontonagon county, on the east by Ontonagon and Iron counties, on the south by Wisconsin, and on the 'West by Wisconsin. The total land area of the county is 712,032.76 acres. Of this number, about 15,000 acres are in farms. The valuation of all taxable property, as is estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $56,467,012. The total population of the county is about 23,3033 (1910 census). This county has a good school systemi, there being 48 schools, attended by 5,420 children, and requiring 195 teachers. There are four banks and three weekly newspapers. Good telephone and telegralph service is found in the county. Bessemer is the capital city -of the county and has a population of about 4,500. It is located on the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic, the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie and the Michigan & Northwestern Railways, 47 miles east of Ashland, Wisconsin. It is the center of the famous Gogebic iron range, with many large producing mines in' the immediate vicinity. The city has electric, light, waterworks, churches of the German Evangelical, Catholic, Methodist, Presbyterian, and Swedish Evangelical. denominations, fine school facilities, including a new high school building, costing about $45,000, a $50.,000 court house, a public library, an opera house, city hall, a bank, and a weekly newspaper. Other cities of importance include Ironwood and Wakefield. Ironwood is the largest. city in the county and has a pop~ulation of about 13,000. It is located an the C hic~ago:'& Northwestern and the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railroads, and -on the Montreal river, a small stream which forms the boundary +licketwen te satso f X/Mricigarqn and Wis-onnsQi-n.Ironmining is he cohief in

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Title: Map of the Surface Formations of the Northern Peninsula of Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Pigeon Pt; Gull I; Passage I; Blake Pt; Pigeon River; Lucille I; Hat Pt; Johns; Sleroyal; To Keweenaw County; Siskiwit Bay; Eagle Harbor; Eagle River; Delaware Mine; Vaudan; Phoenix; Cliff; Ojibway; Kew; Keweenaw; Gratiot Lake; Allouez; Mohawk; Kearsango; Copper City; Calumet; M R R R; Antrium; Gay; Osceola; Oskar; Boston; Lake Linden; Redridge; Gobbel; Torch Lake; Redridge; Mason; Traverse Pt; Freda; Hancock; Dollar Bay; Hohoaton; Mill Mine Junc; Atlantic Mine; Point Mills; Soitar Range; Portage Lake; Elm R.; Painesdale; Bassett; Carvers Bay; Copper Harbor; Manitou I; Fall 30 ft; LaBelle; Keweenaw Pt; Pt Isabelle; Stannard Rock; River; Falls 35 ft.; Montreal; Montreal; Bessemer Junc; Bessemer; Falls 30 ft; Wakefield; Ironwood; Gogebic; Fourteen Mile Pt; E. Sleeping River; Fire Steel R; Ontonagon; Gull Pt; Green; Seager; Woodspur; Ontonagon Middle Br.; Portage R; Greenland; Mass; Belt; Copper Range; Iron R.; Tolfree; Rockland; Chi; Biddle Junc; Range Junc; Victoria; Presque Isle Outlet; ONTONAGON; Bergland; East Br; Ballemine; Tula; Thomaston; Gogebic Lake; Matchwood; Duluth and N W; Ewen; South Br.; Brave Crossing; Paynesville; Romea; Choate; Roselawn; Trout Cr.; Cranberry R.; Misery R; Toivola; Duluth; Jacobsville; Pt Abbaye; Twin Lakes; Winona; Elm River; Askel; Tapiola; Elo; Arnheim; Keweenaw Bay; Keweenaw Bay; Huron Bay; Skanee; Huron R; Motley; Mineral Range; Hazel; Alston; Bellaire; Pelkie; Baraga; Assinins; Pequaming; Silver R.; White; Rubicon; Silver; Sturgeon River; Baraga; L'Anse; South Shore and Atlantic R. R.; Pari; Milw and St Paul R. R.; Frost Junc; Sturgeon River; Summit; Houghton; Covington; Vermilac; Redruth; Nestoria; Lake Michigamme; Michigamme; Beacon; South Shore; Trout Cr; Kefton; Sidnaw; Tunis; Perch R; Michigamme River; Huron Islands; Huron River Pt; Big Bay Pt; Big Bay; Lake Independence; Antlers; Marq. and S E R R; Birch; Granite I; Buckroe; Dead River; Pickerel Lake; Granite Pt; Presque Isle Pt; Falls 96 ft; Clowoy; Champion; Bagdan; Marquette; Laughing Fish Pt; Humboldt; Ishpeming; Winthrop; Negalimee; Palmen; Cascade; N W R R; Manguin; Gordon; Sand River; Harvey; Shot Pt; Onota; Rock River; Au Sable Pt; Grand Morins; Grand Portal; Grand; Beaver; Manistique; Train Pt; Munising; Ethel; Casino; Crisp Pt; Vermilion; Shelldrake R; Sucker Cr; Summit; Whelldrake; Falls 17 ft. with rapids 45 ft; Two Hearted R; State Road; Falls 40 ft.; Emerson; Liston; Luce; Whitefish Point; Parisian; Goulais Pt; Goulais Bay; White Fish Bay; Grosse Pt; Rapids 18 ft; Naomikong Pt; St Marys River; Sault Sainte Marie; Iroquois; Bay Mills; Hay Lake; Sugar Island; Dunham; Marenisco; Gogebic; chicago; Gogebic Sta; Robbins; Anb; Barclay; Calderwood; Wellington; Thayer; Turtle; C and N W; Blemers; Watersmeet; Tomavack; Cisco Lake; Net River; N Paint River; Net River; diana; St Paul; Diana; Hemlock R.; Deer River; Fence River; East Br.; Elmwood; Iron; Basswood; Beechwood; S and NW; Atkinson; Amasa; Balham; Floodwood; Hazel; Iron River; Stambaugh; Crystal Falls; Paint River; Kelso; Hamsfield; N.W. and N.W.; Michigamme R; Sharming; Sagola; Milw and St Paul; Saunders; Dunn; Pentoga; Panola; Mastodon; Dickinson; Republic; Marquette; Yalmar; Shomi; Sands; Skandia; About 100 ft; Cascades; Rumley; Eten; Witbeck; Falls 75 ft.; Princeton; West Branch; Eates; Plains; M. R.R.; Swanzy; Forsyth; Cyr; Lawson; Munising R R; Carlshend; Ladoga; White Fish River; Westbranch; Escanaba River; Helena; Turin; Escanaba and Lake Superior R R; Ford R.; Ralph; Alfred; Gleason; Northland; Lathrop; Maple Ridge; Osier; Metropolitan; Days River; Campbell; Turner; Rapid River; Alger; Chatham; About 100 ft; Munising Junc; Wetmore; Stillman; Shingleton; Chapman; Petrel; Seney; Cascades; Limestone; Scotts; North West Branch; North Branch; Germfask; Wimers; Trenar; Schoolcraft; Steuben; Uno; Hiawatha; Rapids 20 ft; Fishdam R.; Indian Lake; Manistique River; Gulliver; Minn St P and Ste Marie R R; Laketon; Tahquamenon; Newberry; Dollarville; Sage; Holbert; Eckerman; McMillen; Helmer; Soo Junc; Duluth South Shore and Atlantic R R; Hendrie; Chippewa; Manistique L; Curtis; South Manistique L; Wilman; Donald; Fiborn Quarry; Caffey; Trout Lake; Blaney; Bryan; Engarline; Mackinac; Minn St P and Sault Ste Marie R. R.; Gilchrist; Naubinway; Garnet; Blaney Junc.; Honispur; Simmons; Biddle Pt; Epoufette; Brevort; Strong; Marquette Nat. For; Rexford; Wellsburg; Brimley; Dafter; Laramie; Rosedale; Lake George; Waiska R; Einross; Donaldson; Banbeau; Neepish; Thorice; Borne Steart; Cordell; Fibre; Rudyard; Strongville; Trelden; Stirlingville; Munuscong Bay; Ozark; Kenneth; Pine River; Munuscong River; Pickford; Rockyraw; Stalwart; Pittsburg Ldg; Raber; Sleeping River; Erevort Lake; Charles; St Martin Bay; Hessel; Cedarville; Gatesville; Burnt I; Chippewa Pt; Raynolds Pt; Lime I; Potagannissing Bay; Drummond; Marble Head; Stager; Randville; Menominee; Granite Bluff; Twin Falls 5000 H.P.; Iron Mountain; Quinnesec; Horse Race; Little Quinnesec Falls; Sand Portage 5000 H.P.; Sturgeon Falls 2500 H.P.; Pemenebunwo Rapids 2500 H.P.; Chicago and Northwestern R R; Foster; Hardwood; Ford River; Hendricks; Kingsley; Delta; Perkins; Brampton; Rapid River; Faunus; Labranche; Whitney; Cornell; Chandler; Gladstone; Norway; Vulcan; Moretto; Wancedah; Sturgeon R; Leaper; Vesper; Vega; Farnham; Eustis; Perronville; Schalfer; Algonquin Delta; Wells; Newhall; Escanaba; Hermanville; Minn St Paul R R; Faithorn; Wilson; Powers; N W R R; Bark River; Harris; Narenta; Ford River; Little Bay de Noc; Pemene Falls 3500 H.P.; Bird; W. and M RR; Nathan; Nadeau; Carney; Bagley; Gourley; Bark River; Chalk Hill 3700 H.P.; White Rapids 50 feet head 8500 H.P.; Menominee; Swanson; Talbot; Daggett; Cedar River; Fox; Kells; Koss; Little Cedar R; Stephenson; Ingalls; Cedar River; Grand Rapids 6500 H.P.; Wallace; Arthur Bay; Pt Rochereau; Twin Island 2000 H.P.; Carbondale; Ingallston; Lirch Cr; Kew; Chappec Rapids 3500 H.P.; Menominee; 5000 H.P.; Green Bay; Ensign; Ogontz; Edwin; Isabella; Nahma; Big Bay de Noc; Stonington; Vans Harbor; Garden; Little Harbor; Pt Aux Barques; Fayette; Peninsula Pt; L Summer I; Pt Detour; Summer I; St Martin I; Pt Patterson; Seul Choix Pt; Pt Aux Chenes; To Charlevoix County; Garden I; Hog I; St. James; Waugoshance Pt; High I; Gull I; Sturgeon Bay; Beaver Island; Allenville; St Martins Is; Le Cheneaux; Marquette I; Groscap; St Ignace; St Helena I; Mackinac I; Pt la Barbe; Round I; Straits of Mackinac; Bois Blanc; McGulpin Pt; Mackinaw; Bois Blanc Island; South Channel; Walkers Pt.; Pt Aux Pins; Ninemile Pt; Detour; Drummond Island; Kreetan; St Vital Point; Detour Passage; False Detour Channel Geological Survey of Michigan; R.C. Allen, State Geologist; In Cooperation with the United States Geological Survey; George Otis Smith, Director; By Frank Leverett, United States Geologist, 1911; Above lake limits; Lake washed, clayey; Lake washed, sandy; Sandy to clayey loam; Sandy loam; Lake clay, thin; Lake clay, thick; Rugged; Nearly level; LEGEND; Moraines (rolling to gently undulating glacial deposits); Soil variable within a short space, and ranging from heavy clay to loose gravelly material; Usually fair to very good land; Where moraines are incompletely mapped query marks (??) are inserted; Plains with a mixed pebbly, and in places sandy clay (bowlder-clay or till); Good clayey loam to sandy loam soil making largely first rate, with some of it inclining to second rate farm land; Drumlins or oval-shaped bowlder-clay hills trending in the direction of ice movement; Good soil for all kinds of crops; Gravelly ridges (eskers) trending in the direction of ice movement; Valuable for road ballast but very limited in extent; Small ones occur among the drumlins of Menominee County, and in morainic belts in the western half of the peninsula; Sand or gravel plains formed by waters escaping from the ice border; This soil will need intelligent cultivation to be highly productive; Sand plains not definitely associated with moraines or ice borders, and outside the glacial lakes; Light soil requiring intelligent cultivation; Sandy plains inside the limits of the glacial lakes; Light soil requiring intelligent cultivation; Lake clay areas; Excellent soil; Some areas need artificial drainage; Areas with rock formations at surface or very slight depth; The rugged areas are inferior for agricultural land although the soil is often good; Areas not rugged are generally underlain by limestone, sandstone or shale and well adapted to agriculture; Lake Ontonagon shore; Approximate position; Lake Duluth shore; Accurate in the main; Lake Algonquin shore; Approximate position; Lake Nipissing shore; Accurate in the main; Glacial striae on rock ledges showing direction of ice movement; Swamp areas requiring artificial drainage; Large areas may be reclaimed by heavy ditching, and considerable portions by clearing of brush and a moderate amount of ditching; 60'; 5,000 H. P.; Waterfalls with approximate fall in feet or computed horse power (incompletely mapped); Base by United States Geological Survey; A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore
I t 242 - I 9 0" 47~ ii I 7 f I Big, Q' o;0 bit, 819 - ElAGCLE R\I "eManito I wea Pt _.G uI GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF MICHIGAN R. C. ALLEN, STATE GEOLOGIST IN COOPERATION WITH THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY GEORGE OTIS.SMITH, DIRECTOR -! *Stannard Rock MAP OF THE SURFACE FORMATIONS OF THE NORTHERN PENINSULAA. --- 2 Fourteen MIloP II OF MICHIGAN BY FRANK LEYERETT, UNITED STATES GEOLOGIST 1911 ý,j Big Bay Pt L I Crisp /! / i A* -Gra nite I Au Sab.le........... oranitePt?,,ff4-rsque IslePt L<- *.* V IARQUETTE ý,% ar Sh hingt m GrantdPor FshtPt P t 1 f 17 I d ~i04 \. *-ayN j\ sa.'t 1^ ^ ^, '-. t r-t 4 'P- ~~5d \, 48 Above lake limits Lake washed; clayey Lake washed; sandy Sandy to clayey loam Sandy loam LEGEND: ' oraines (rolling to gently undulating glacial deposits). Soil variable within a short space, and ranging from heavy clay to loose gravelly Smaterial. Usually fair to very good land.. Where moraines are incompletely mapped query marks (??) are inserted. ', Plains with a mixed pebbly, and in places sandy clay (bowlder-clay or till). Good clayey loam to sandy loam soil making largely first rate, with some of it inclining to second rate farm land. *r. -~?-i. Drumlins or oval-shaped bowlder-clay hills trending in the direction S t of ice movement. Good soil for all kinds of crops. Gravelly ridges (eskers) trending in the direction of ice movement. ZIIZ Valuable for road ballast but very'limited in extent. Small ones occur among the drumlins of Menominee County, and in morainic belts in the western half of the peninsula. IIII. Sand or gravel plains formed by waters escaping from the ice border. This soil wil need intelligent cultivation to be highly productive. Sandy plains not definitely associated with moraines or ice borders, S~ and outside the glacial lakes. Light soil requiring intelligent cultivation. f~ I Sandy plains inside the limits of the glacial lakes. Light soil requiring intelligent cultivation. Lake clay areas. Excellent soil. Some areas need artificial drainage. Areas with rock formations at surface or very slight depth. The rugged areas are inferior for agricultural land although the soil is often ~.: J good. Areas not rugged are generally underlain by limestone, _ sandstone or shale and well adapted to agriculture. Brettiit St Mrrt Statn st r- Pt Patter-son Sat.l choix Pt 4~ Gull COU T ^/ rGarden I C) ^ am~es I, tBEAVER ISLAND Pt A cChenes~ St Helena pt ja arb Pt Ia Barbe XC Sri'A ITS McGuipinPt<t Wausoshante Pt. SturgeoaB / ep Biddle Pt q uette I Rounci ^l C ^ o1? T?~lachiaaw n S'IisBarfe'? docoI - -palZBI - A.4 t404 I', I vATI StVitat -,f Point it \i l Eela, Pemen{ bur - 'a1 PemeneEF 3500 Lake clay; thin Lake clay; thick Rugged Nearly level I Summer I 4 Whitel 50 feet 850C iSt Martin I _ _ Lake Ontonagon shore. Approximate position. - -- Lake Duluth shore. Accurate in the main. ---.- Lake Algonquin shore. Approximate position; - - - Lake Nipi sing shore. Accurate in the main. >2 4 Glacial striae on rock ledges showing direction of ice movement. - Swamp areas requiring artificial drainage. Large areas may be re" u.... claimed by heavy ditching, and considerable portions by clearing nas. '. -" of brush and a moderate amount of ditching. 60' Waterfalls with approximate fall in feet or computed horse power -- 6,000 H. P. (incompletely mapped). -4 Scale: i oooo1000000o i6 65 16 8 0 32 48 Miles Twin Islands - 2000 H.P':'. Base by United States Geological Survey. Glacial geology by Frank Leverett, assisted by geologists of the Michigan Geological Survey, members of the United States Department of Agriculture, and others. Chappec 916-ip s~ IENOSIINEE 3 ____'I 7o S..,....... _.... _. _ _ _, _ - - - i, 84L - ----- P,14orýN a r,ý. BA-1=1MORTIý

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Title: Map of the Surface Formations of the Southern Peninsula of Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Campbell; N W R R; River; Fishdam R; Indian Lake; Manistique; Gulliver; Blaney Junc.; Hunispur; Gould; Simmons; Nanomway; Biddle Pt; Epoufette; Brevort; Carp River; Brevort Lake; Atlantic R R; Charles; St Martin Bay; Hessel; Rockview; Cedarville; Gatesville; Raber; Lime I; Potagannissing Bay; Marton; Drummond; Raynolds Pt; Marble Head; River; Perkins; elta; mpton; Rapid River; and Sault Ste Marie R R; Escanaba; Little Bay de Noc; St. Jacques; Cooks; Manistique; Thompson; Ensign; Gladstone; Edwin; Isabella; Nahma; Big Bay de Noc; Stonington; Vans Harbor; Garden; Little Harbor; Pt Aux Barques; Peninsula Pt; Fayette; L Summe; Pt Detour; Summer I; St Martin I; To Leelanau County; S Manitou I; Ogontz; Pt Patterson; Seul Choix Pt; Pt Aux Chenes; To Charlevoix County; Garden I; Hog I; St. James; Waugoshance Pt; High I; Gull I; Beaver Island; Sturgeon Bay; Readmond; Goodhart; Emmet; Pleasant View; N Fox I; Sevenmile Pt.; S Fox I; Harbor Sprs; Little Traverse Bay; Big Rock Pt; Bayshore; Charlevoix; Walloon Lake; Pine Lake; Barton Bay; Lowood; Ironton; Charlevoix; Norwood; Advance; Boyne; Cat Head Pt; Atwood; Ellsworth; E. Jordan; Great Traverse Bay; N Manitou I; Northport; Eastport; Echo; Detroit and Charlevoix R R; Torch Lake; Central Lake; Chestonia; Omena; New Mission Point; Leland; Creswell; Allenville; St. Martins Is.; Le Chencaua; Prentiss Bay; Marquette I; Groscap; St Ignace; St Helena; Mackinac I; Pt la Barbe; Round I; Straits of Mackinac; McGulpin Pt; Mackinaw; Bois Blanc; Bois Blanc Island; South Channel; Walkers Pt.; Cecil; Freedom; Pt Aux Pins; Carp Lake; Bliss; Cross Village; Levering; Lake Side; Cheboygan; Ninemile Pt; Van; Pelleton; Weadock; Douglass L; Riggsville; Mullet Lake; Cheboygan R; Detroit and Mackinac R R; Alverno; Grace; Ayr; Brutus; Burt Lake; Mullet L; Topinahee; Aloha; Munning; Black Lake; Hammond; G.R. and I.R.R.; Oden; Conway; Alanson; Cheboygan; Indian River; Legrand; Allis; Rainy River; Ocqueoc; Petoskey; Littlefield; Epsilon; Rondo; Tower; Black River; Onaway; Prescott; Millersburg; Clarion; Boyne; Woverine; Trowbridge; MC; Milliken; Thumb Lake; Boyne Falls; Mich Cen R. R.; Vanderbilt; Berryville; Cornwell; Pigeon River; Elmira; Hallock; Otsego; Sturgeon River; Thelma; Gaylord; Quick; Montmorency; Hetherton; Atlanta; Detour; Drummond Island; St Vital Point; Kreelan; Detour Passage; False Detour Channel; Forty Mile Pt; Rogers; Adams Pt; Hagensville; Detroit and Mackinac; La Rocque; Presque Isle; Grand Lake; Posen; False Presque Isle; Polaski; Bell; Long Lake; North Branch River; Royston; Godfrey; Leer; Long Rapids; Bolton; Cathro; Orchard Hill; Hillman; Thunder Bay; Flanders; Alpena; Hobson; Dafoe; Alpena; Partridge Pt; North Pt; Pyramid Pt; Sleeping Bear Pt; Leelanau; Glenhaven; Empire; Platte; Platte River Pt; Edgewater; Betsie Pt; Platte L; Crystal Lake; Honor; Frankfort; Benzie; Beulah; S Frankfort; Benzonia; Homestead; Weldon; Joyfield; Thompsonville; Arcadia; A and R. R; Pleasanton; Malcom; Humphrey; Bear Lake; Onekama; Portage Lake; Manistee and N E R R; Tanurer; Bear Cr.; Kateva; Manistee; Arendal; Manistee River; Pere Marq. R R.; Manistee; Filer; Eastlake; Stronach; Little Manistee River; Pine Cr; Clement; Hoags; Big Sable River; Freesoil; Elmton; Manistee and Grand Rapids R R; Big Sable Pt; Big Sable Lake; Little Sable R; Fountain; Sugargrove; Bachelor; Millerton; Good Harbor Bay; Provemont; Sutton Bay; Old Mission; Antrim; Bellaire; Alba; N Unity; Glen Arbor; Glen Lake; Maple; Carp Lake; Bingham; Elk Rapids; Kewadin; Torchlight Lake; Clam Lake; Alden; Wetzell; Mancelona; Burdickville; Lake Junc; Cedar; Solon; West Arm; East Arm; Agnell; Rapid City; Barker Creek; Pere Marquette R R; Leetsville; Westwood; Darragh; Lake Ann; N E R R; Cedar Run; Traverse City; Long L; Melva; F R R; Pere Marq; Keystone; Acme; Williamsburg; Kalkaska; Kalkaska; Excelsior; P.M. R.R.; Homestead; Pratts; Bendon; Grawn; Interlochen; Grand Traverse; Boardman River; Mayfield; Crofton; S Boardman; Saunders; Spencer; Wallin; Nessen; Karlin; Hannah; Summit City; Kingsley; Ind R. R.; Walton; Fife Lake; Ivan; Sharon; Dempsey; Copemish; Clean; Wexford; Harlan; Buckley; Manistee River; Sherman; Soper; Haire; Morey; Pioneer; Stittsville; Moorestown; Marilla; M. and N E R. R.; Yuma; Mesick; Manton; Meauwataka; Gilbert; Jennings; Arlene; Lake; Star; Missaukee; Wexford; Harriette; Boon; Millersville; Cadillac; Missaukee; Clam River; Falmouth; Butterfield; South Branch; Dublin; Florence; Thorp; Angola; Clam L; Axin; Hobart; Elton; Ann Arbor R. R.; Lucas; McBain; Vogel; Moddersville; Irons; Olga Bristol; Tustin; Dighton; Marion; Parklake; Grandon; Austin; Peacock; Edgetts; Luther; Leroy; Rose Lake; Hartwick; Avondale; Muskegon River; Temple; Alba; Alling; Johannesburg; Vienna; Big Rock; Blue Lake Junc; Otsego Lake; Waters; North Branch; Dana; Lewiston; Rust; Blue Lake; Deward; Frederic; Hardgrove; Clear Lake Junc.; Comins; Mich Cen R R; Crawford; Bucks; Kneeland; Red Oak; Oscoda; Fairview; Biggs; Grayling; Portage Lake; Horrigan; Sigsbee; Au Sable River; Jackpine; Lazerne; Mio; Fletcher; Wellington; Pere Cheney; south Br; Michigan Nat. For; Stratford; Higgins L; Roscommon; Moores; Herbert; Damon; Rose; Lunton; Hayimoreh; Markey; Houghton Lake; Roscommon; St Helen Lake; St Helen; Beaver Lake; Ogemaw; Houghton Lake; Dolph; Loxley; Prudenville; Kirkland; Ogemaw; Hauptman; Campbell; Westbranch; Sage; Boyces; Nolan; Edward; Lorenge; Greenwood; Leota; P. M. R. R.; Longlake; Bumran; Skeels; Oberlin; Hockenay; Bowmanville; Alger; Rifle River; Harrison; Dodge McClure; Tittabawassee R; Arenac; Sterling; Gladwin; Spratt; Devil Lake; Walburg; Thunder Bay; Nenlon River; Ossineke; Hubbard Lake; South Pt; Hubbard Lake; Spruce; Black River; Roe Lake; Millen; Curran; Alcona; Alcona; Hawes; Black R; Sturgeon Pt; McKinley; Flat Rock; Mud Lake; Hillmaster; Lincoln; Harrisville; Curtisville; Glennie; Gafton; Pine R; Mikado; Greenbush; Maltby; S Branch; E Hake; Bryant; Au Sable River; Doan; Pine Lake; Lincoln Junc; Oscoda; Canfield; Hale; Iosco; Michigan Nat. For; Tawas R.; Au Sable; Nester; Au Gres River; Taft; Edson; Tawas City; Tawas Lake; E Tawas; Au Sable Pt; Tawas Beach; Prescott; Detroit and Mackinac R. R.; Whittemore; Emory Junc; McIvor; Turtle; Alabaster; Melita; Maple Ridge; South Br; Middle Br; Tarner; Twining; Santiago; White Stone Pt; Rifle River; Deep River; Omer; Arenac; Au Gres; Pt Looko; Charity I; Pointe Aux Barques; Flat Rock Pt; Port Crescent; LAKE HURON; Burnt Cabin Pt; Grindstone City; Port Austin; Huron; Mason; Ludington; Pere Marquette R R; Custer; Scottville; Branch; Pere Marquette River; Riverton; Wiley; Bass Lake; Fern; Carrs; Wingleton; Star L; Pentwater; Weare; Penwater R.; Pere Marquette R. R.; Mears; Oceana; Hart; Elbridge; Lattin; Walkerville; Klondike; Kirk; Volney; Little Sable Pt; Hoffman; Shelby; Benona; New Era; Ferry; Hesperia; Newaygo; Bradyville; Flower Cr; Rothbury; Fremont; Montague; White River; Whitehall; Brunswick; Holton; Pere Marquette R R; Reeman; Sitka; Michillinda; Dalton; Twin Lake; McLean; Muskegon River; N Muskegon; Muskegon; Moorland; Black Cr; Grand; LAKE MICHIGAN; Muskegon Hghts; Lake Harbor; Sullivan; Fruitport; Ravenna; Crockery Cr; Ferrysburg; Spring Lake; Nunica; Grand Haven; Grand River; Lake; Baldwin; Deer Lake; Nirvana; Ashion; Osceola; Orono; Evart; Bears; Clare; Lake George; Marlboro; Forman; Chase; Reed City; Crane; Hersey; Crapo; Chippewa; Pere Marquette R. R.; Orient; Crooked Lake; Alderson; Biteley; Hawkins; Parks; Paris; Chippewa Lake; Emerald; Barryton; Brinton; Otia; Hungerford; Woodville; Big Rapids; Mecosta; Rodney; Winchester; Sherman City; Horr; Isabella; Newaygo; Ramona; Field; Maskegon River; Stanwood; Mecosta; Renins; Millbrook; Broomfield; Wooster; White Cloud; Pere Big Prairie; Goodwell; Borland; Morley; Altona; Rustford; Sylvester; Blanchard; Rowland; Bishop; Newaygo; Croton; Little Muskegon R.; Howard City; Ambte; Tamarack Cr; Lakeview; Six Lakes; Edmore; Wyman; Muskegon River; Dickinson; Bridgeton; Grant; Sun; Ensley; Grove; Pierson; Montcalm; Coral; Trufant; Entrican; Langston; Westville; McBride; Stanton; Bailey; Grand Trunk R R; Trent; Slocum; Bailey; Casnovia; Kent City; Sand Lake; Cedar Springs; Edwen; Sidney; Sheridan; Harrisburg; Conklin; Gooding; Lisbon; Sparta; Grand Rapids and Indiana R. R.; Edgerton; Rockford; Harvard; Oakfield Cen; Greenville; Amsden; Viceryville; Fenwick; Reno; Coopersville; Berlin; Alpine; Englishville; Kent; Austerlitz; Grattan; Carmonsburg; Belding; Smyrna; Shiloh; Orleans; Palo; Bastinanville; Lamont; Comstock Park; Vergennea; Prairie Cr; Hatton; Ann Arbor R. R.; Alward; Gladwin; Howrya; Mich Cen R R; Highwood; Bentley; Farwell; Colonville; Boyer; Clare; Bard; Tobacco River; Lyle; Beaverton; Dale; Billings; Rhodes; Estey; Mt Forest; Willow Cr; Gilmore; Loomis; Coleman; Titabawassee R.; Edenville; Hope; Brier; Garfield; Crump; Bay; Rosebush; Weidman; Isabella; Midland; Caldwell; Chippewa River; Coomer; Mt Pleasant; Alembic; Stearus; Olson; Floyd; Midland; M C R R; Auburn; Titabawassee River; Mourton; Crawford; Whm; Jerseyville; Shepherd; Coe; Pleasant Valley; Porter; Crane; Laporte; Freeland; Vestaburg; Forestville; Riverdale; Pine River; St Louis; Wheeler; Breckenridge; Iva; Swan Cr; Merrill; Frost; Hemlock; Saginaw W Side; Elm Hall; Sumner; Alma; Ithaca; Beaver Cr; Rathbone; Edgewood; Lakefield; Bad River; Garfield; Saginaw; Crystal; Gratiot; New Haven Cen; Newark; North Star; Marion Sprs; Brant; Deutz; St Charles; Fergus; Butternut; Cason City; Middleton; Brice; Perrinton; Pompeii; Bannister; Ashley; Michigan Meridian; Chapin; Brady; Oakley; Chesaming; Hubbardston; Matherton; Maple River; Maple Rapids; Hayworth Cr; Union Home; Eureka; Elsie; Duplain; Olney; Henderson; Galrand; West Haven; Easton; Mine; Pewamo; St Johns; Shepardsville; Burton; Shiawassee River; Owosso; Keeby; Standish; Pt Au Gres; Oat Pt; Caseville; Gotts; Worth; Saganing; Sand Pt; Annabog; Pinconning; Stony I; Bayport; Hayes; Huron; Pinnebog R; Seule; Michie; Hengsville; Katechay I; Kilmanagh; Pigeon River; Pigeon; Linkville; Elkton; Linwood; Kawkawlin; SAGINAW BAY; Fish Pt; Unionville; Sebewoing; Bach; Owendale; Rescue; Popple; Appin; Essexville; W. Bay City; Bay City; Quanicassee City; Wumer; Ashmore; Elmwood; Corwood; Gagetown; Cass City; Greenleaf; Hillbrook; Cumbor; Wickware; Ameirh; Zilwaukee; Munger; Michigan Central R. R.; Fair Grove; Gilford; Akron; Caro; Ellington; White Cr; Deford; East Branch; Shabbond; Novesta; Carrollton; Saginaw; Pere Marquette R. R.; Pere; Arthur; Reese; Tuscola; Richville; Watrousville; Mich; Wahjamega; Wilmot; Kingston; Decker; Sanilac; Lamone; Bridgeport; Frankenmuth; Gera; Cass River; Tuscola; Vassar; Juniata; Mayville; E Dayton; Silverwood; Germania; Marlette; Fosters; Verne; North Cr; Bart; Blackmar; Birch Run; Elva; Arbela; Millington; Fostoria; Wait; Chifford; Weeks; Pere Marquette R. R.; Elk; Montrose; Pere Marquette R. R.; Pine Run; E. Thetford; Otisville; Otter Lake; Columbiaville; N Branch; Burnside; Deanville;Brent; Flushing; Genesee; Mt Morris; Genesee; Rogersville; Richfield; Lapeer; Five Lake; Kings Mill; Grand Trunk R. R.; Flint; Grand Trunk R. R.; Davison; Kersley Cr; Lapeer; Attica; Imlay City; Kinde; Port Hope; Pere Marq R. R.; Pidion; Willow R; Redman; Bad Axe; Rapson; Verona Mills; Sigel; Helena; Harbor Beach; Wadsworth; Ubly; Tyre; Parisville; Ruth; White Rock; Freiburgers; Minden City; Palms; Forestville; Argyle; Cedardale; Deckerville; Richmondville; Burden; Downington; Mcgregor; Forester; Port Sanilac; Elmer; Juhl; Sandusky; Cash; Black Rvier; Carsonville; Pere Marq R. R.; Applegate; Flynn; Ornard; Elk Cr; Beck; Aillren; Otto; Croswell; Lexington; Brown City; Valley Center; Melvin; Speaker; E Fremont; Roseburg; Arnadore; Elliott; Mill Creek; Lynn; Yale; Brockway; Fargo; Jeddo; Blaine; Lakeport; St Clair; Mt Salem; Pine River; Avoca; Abbottsford; Atkins; Gardendale; Robinson; Agnew; Allendale; Ottawa; West Olive; Ottawa Station; S Blendon; New Holland; Ventura; Zeeland; Holland; Macatawa; Graefschap; Overisel; Fillmore Cen; E Saugatuck; Saugatuck; Douglas; New Richmond; Kalamazoo River; Allegan; Ganges; Fennville; Gleim; Bravo; Spring Grove; North Branch; Kibbie; Lee; S. Haven; Black River; Lacot; Breedsville; Grand Junc; Packard; Covert; Van Buren; Bangor; McDonald; Paw Paw Lake; Coloma; Riverside; Watervliet; Paw Paw River; Hartford; Lawrence; Benton Harbor; St Joseph; Millburg; Bainbridge; Corwin; Keeler; Sister Lakes; Brush Cr; Glen Lord; Stevensville; St Josephs River; Derby; Sodas; Hartman; Cushing; Glenwood; Grand Rapids; Ada; Flat R; Avon; Ionia; Ionia; Bauer; Jenison; Hudsonville; Grandville; N Byron; Gran Lake Shore; Fisher; E Paris; Cascade; Thorn Apple River; Lowell; Alton; Chandler; Sarenas; Orange; Jamestown; Vreesland; Orenthe; Byron; Dutton; Mich Central R. R.; Caledonia; Alaska; Bowne; Clarksville; Campbell; Lake Odessa; W. Sebewa; Rabbit River; Burrups Cors; New Salem; Dorr; Moline; Parmelee; Middleville; Irving; Freeport; Carlton Cen; Woodbury; Woodland; Coats Grove; Sunfield; Hamilton; Dunningville; Hilliards; Monterey; Hopkins; Wayland; Bradley; Bowen Mills; Yankee Spr; Barry; Saginaw R. R.; Hastings; Quimby; Morgan; Vermontville; Allegan; Mill Grove; Michigan and Indiana Southern; Miner Lake; Martin; Eisle; Shelbyville; Monteith; Gun L.; Orangeville; Shultz; Cloverdale; Dowling; Maple Grove; Nashville; Kalamo; Cheshire; Abronia; Otsego; Gun R; Plainwell; Prairieville; Dosta; Milo; Delton; Hickory Cors; Banfield; Assyria; Olivet Sta; Bloomingdale; Gobleville; Kendall; Alamo; Cooper; Michigan; Chicago Kalamazoo and Saginaw R. R.; Springbrook; E Cooper; Richland; Gull L; Yorkville; Wabascon Cr; Bedford; Battle Cr; Benfield; Glendale; Almena; Brownell; Kalamazoo; Oshtemo; Comstock; Galesburg; Augusta; Battle Creek; Beadle; Ceresco; Kalamazoo River; Lake Cora; Paw Paw; Dawton; Mattawan; Kalamazoo; Portage; Texas; Scotts; Pavilion; Climax; W Leroy; Sonoma; E Leroy; Calhoun; Stanley; Decatur; Schoolcraft; Grand Trunk R. R.; Indian L; Vicksburg; Pine Creek; Fulton; Nottawa Cr; Athens; Abscota; Burlington; Prairie Ronde; Marcellus; Volina; Flowerfield; Howardsville; Parkville; Moore Park; Portage Cr.; Mendon; Bear Cr; Leonidas; St. Josephs; Sherwood; Union City; Girard; Hodunk; Lyons; Stone Creek; Clinton; Ovid; Shiawassee; Corunna; Partland; Lookinglass; Collins; Westphalia; Riley; S Riley; Merlebeach; Victor; Bennington; Laingsburg; Pittsburg; Vernon; Bancroft; Sebewa; Eagle; Wacousta; DeWitt; Delta; Bath; Morrice; Perry; Shaftsburg; Nicholson; Bismark; Mulliken; Grand Ledge; Millett; Lansing; E Lansing; pere Marq R. R.; Pure Lake; Okemoa; Meridian; Cedar River; Belle Oak; Williamston; Roxana; Potterville; Grand Trunk R R; W Windsor; Diamondale; Ingham; Holt; Deer Cr; Webberville; Fowlerville; West Br; Eaton; Carlisle; Charlotte; Michigan Central; Eaton; N Aurelius; Aurelius; Mason; Edom; Dansville; White Oak; Livingston; Iosco; Bellevue; Olivet; Base Line; Brookfield; Spring Bk; Winfield; Onondaga; Laslio; Pitchburg; Brinker Hill; Stockbridge; Plainfield; Gregory; Churchville; Pantello; Duck Lake; Springport; Otter Creek; Arland; Tompkins; Rives Junc; Henriette; Otter Cr; Munith; Waterloo; Rice Creek; Marshall; Michigan Central and M R R; Rice Creek; Devereux; Parma; Jackson; Grand River; Francisco; Chelsea; Sylvan; Washtenaw; Eckford; Albran; Spring Arbor; Concord; North Br.; Jackson; Wilsons; Michigan Cen; Napoleon; Grass Lake; Nonvell; Raisin River; Clarendon; Tekonsha; Homer; South Br; Tulaslo; Hanover; Horton; Liberty; Clark Lake; Brooklyn; Mancehster; Butler; S Butler; Hog Creek; Mosherville; Unionfield; Scipio; Moscow; Somerset Cen; Jereme; Cement City; Devils Lake; Springville; Onsred; Tipton; Lenae; Swartz Creek; Swartz Cr; Farmers Cr; Hunters Creek; Hobb Cr; Durand; Duffield; Games; Rankin; Thread R; Grand Blanc; Atlas; Goodrich; Radley; Thornville; Metamora; Dryden; Almont; Byron; Argentine; Grand Trunk R R; Limata; Fenton; S. Grand Blanc; Holly; Thayer; Groveland; Austin; Oakwood; Ortonville; Thomas; Oxford; Leonard; Lakeville; Romeo; Oak Grove; Halters; Hose; Davisburg; White Lake; Clarkston; Waterford; Eames; Orion; Ouaton River; Goodison; Washington; South Br; Parshallville; Boulder Cr; Howell; Hartland; W Highland; Clyde; Highland; Oakland; Drayton Plains; Four Towns; Pontiac; Rochester; Amy; Grand Trunk R R; Macomb; Macomb; Disco; Waldenburg; Cliffson; Brighton; Milford; Wisom; Commerce; Walled Lake; Orchard lake; Birmingham; Duny; Big Beaver; Mine; Pattysville; Pinckney; Huron River; Hamburg; Greenoak; Rushton; New Hudson; S Iwen; New; Farmington; Southfield; Brandin; Rouge Red River; Clawson; Royal Oak; Centerline; Dover; Webstaf; Dexter; Whitmore Lake; Wordan; Emery; Salero; Plymouth; Northville; Waterford; Middle R; Stark; Redford; Bell Branch; N Detroit; Highland Park; Howlett; Lima; Arbor; Delhi Mills; Huron R; Oxboro; Silver Peak; Cherryhill; Benton; Eloise; Dearborn; Wayne; Inkster; Detroit; Westead; Woodmere; Delfry; Bredonia; Eckert; Pittsfield; Ypsilanti; Lawsonville; Wayne; Belleville; Romulus; Ecorse; Ford; Glenwood; Wyandotte; River Rogue; Detroit River; River Raisin; Bridgewater; Macon Cr; Saline; Stony Cr; Saline River; Willis; Whittaker; Martinsville; Swans Creek; New Boston; Sibley; Trenton; Flat Rock; Caloose Isle; PROVINCE OF ONTARIO CANADA; Clinton; Tecumseh; Macon; Lone; Azalia; Oakville; Exeter; Stony Cr; Carleton; Scofield; Rookwood; Stockwood; Capac; Emmett; Port Huron; Belle River; Goodells; Riley Cen.; Belle River; Damb; Wales; Smiths Cr.; Marysville; Memphis; Armada; Richmond; Hicky; Columbus; St Clair; Ray Center; Meade; Lenox; New Haven; Adair; Casco; Milton; Anchorville; Marine City; St. Clair River; Fairhaven; New Baltimore; Pearl Beach; North Br; Mt Clemens; Alzonac; Herson; Grand Trunk R. R.; Pt Huron; Fraser; Roseville; Haltway; Milk River Pt; Lake St Clair; Mitchel Pt; Conness Cr; Clareview; Glossepoint Farms; St Clair Heights; Stony Pt; Eau Claire; Dowagiac; Bridgmen; Berrien; Baroda; Berrien Sprs; Fairland; Berrien Cen; LaGrange; Cass; Pokagon; Lakeside; Galien R; Pere Marq R R; Sawyer; New Troy; Glendora; Buchanan; Niles; Dowagiac Cr.; Barron Lake; Dailey; Cassopolis; Michigan Cen R R; New Buffalo; Three Oaks; Galien; Dayton; Edwardsburg; Christian Cr; G. T. R. R.; Perin; Vandalia; Jones; Three River; Mich Cen R. R.; Prairie River; Wasepi; Centerville; Fairfax; Nottawa; Colon; Maltison; Branch; Coldwater; Redfield; Day; Williamsville; St Joseph; Fawn; Constantine; Burr Oak; Bronson; Batavin; Bethel; Adamsville; Union; Mottville; White Pigeon; White Pigeon; Lake Shore and Mich Sou. R R; Sturgis; Fawn River; Gilead; Kinderhook; E Gihrard; Qhincy; Allen; Hillsdale; Jonesville; Hillsdale; N Adams; Aderson; Manitou Beach; Devil's Lake; Wolfcreek; Rome; Lenawee; South Br; Algansee; Coldwater Lake; Reading; Bankers; Cambria; Wilver Cr; Osseo; Pittsford; Clayton; Hudson; Cammas; Sand Creek; California; Lake Shore and Mich R. R.; Montgomery; Camden; White; Frontier; Prattville; Ransom; Waldron; Medina; Canandaigua; Lime Creek; Tiffin R; Black Cr; Wabash and; S Camden; Amboy; Munson; Morenoi; Ridgeway; Holloway; Britton; Rea; Dundee; Moxroe; Murfree; Raisin R; Newport; Pte Mouillee; Beas; Stony Pt; Raisin Cen; Store; Palmyra; Missfield; Deerfield; Petersburg; South Br Cr.; Otter r; Lulu; Strasburg; LaSalle; Monroe; LAKE ERIE; Ogden; Mulberry; Riga; Ottawa Lake; Gert; Samaria; Whiteford Cen; Limbertville; OHIO; Erie; Temperance; L.S. and Mich Grand; North Cape Geological Survey of Michigan; R.C. Allen, State Geologist; In Cooperation with the United States Geological Survey; George Otis, Director; By Frank Leverett, United States Geologist; In Cooperation with Frank B. Taylor and Members of the Michigan Geological Survey; 1911; Legend; Moraines; (a) Landlaid; (b) Waterlaid;Bowlder clay plains; Drumlins; Eskers; Bowlder belts; Rolling to gently undulating glacial deposits formed at border of ice sheet; Soil variable within a short space, and ranging from very stony material to heavy clay with few stones; Usually fair to very good farm land; The waterlaid moraines are usually low smooth ridges of bowlder clay; The bowlder clay or till plains were formed under the ice sheet; The soil ranges from clayey to sandy loam and from first rate to good second rate quality; Oval shaped to elliptical bowlder clay hills formed under the ice and trending in the direction of ice movement; Found in restricted areas on till plains; Soil usually first rate; Gravel ridges formed under the ice and trending in the direction of ice movement; Usually found on till plains but also in moraines; Valuable road ballast; Strips of exceptionally stony land, but usually with fertile soil; Outwash plains; Sandy drift; Sandy lake beds; Dunes; River deltas; Sand or gravel spread out by water escaping from the ice sheet; Soil usually light and requiring intelligent cultivation; Sandy deposits not definitely formed as outwash from the ice border, and in part deposited under the ice; Soil variable but usually second rate; The sand of the lake beds is probably partly of glacial deposition; The soil is light and in places is drifted by the wind into low ridges; Sharp ridges of wind-drifted sand chiefly along modern lake shores; Usually unprofitable for agriculture; Pebbly sandy loam formed where streams entered the still water of lakes; Soil ranges from fair to good; Lake clay; Rock or thin drift; Lake shores (incomplete); Glacial stiae; Swamps; Clayey portions of the old lake beds, often with bowldery clay near surface; A soil of high productivity when well drained; In these areas rock is frequently within reach of tree roots but the soil is well adapted to agriculture; Symbol (a) applies to areas outside the glacial lakes, symbol (b) to areas within lake limits; The continuous lines (a) represent shores or beaches still intact; Broken lines (b) represent beaches partially destroyed by a rise of the lake water; Lines or grooves on the rock surface showing direction of ice movement, and in some cases changes in direction; Areas thus mapped may be greatly reduced by heavy ditching and rendered suitable for agriculture; A. Huer & Co. Baltimore
87~ 86~ 8 5~ 84~! 83S 4;f... - ^......b~a r.'L.\i-",, 1ar~ or t ' k.^ ^Sl tin t J.E-D ^ ^." P+ Au~ Bargues R;I i \ o (di Nk_. n ""-"" 7 - i6Laiey^- t8nlpur,-7. /' Sii Patterson I ^SuC h oix Pt " E S,,,. -*i " -::_ - l.-l' 41 *" ip- "Marquette I P1 AL,Chencs-'-t. -,,, - St He len a t 4M ackin.c I Pt 1I6B.orb s RoundI. C J I -A - z& C S5 _TRý42 TS or oillan WiaugoshancP.M Guli </ 1 - w \ i _.t. C P,, ^Ramo I'-ds Pt".'en '^.. eu -MtNo.[. JD D V -r ~l^\A^^T^^ GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF MICHIGAN P'oi,' "/ R. C. AI4LEN, STATE GEOLOGIST '9 (;P? IN COOPERATION WITH THE UNKITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY,GEORGE OTIS SMITH, DRECTOR 1, MAP OF THEP, --ýd 35A r4--. c oUlNTY.ý.~-,-I -LT JL.J J 11- - 1 JL- _JB _ JIL-"-. Gull tp IgV, SURFACE FORMATIONS -- O OF THE nemilePt I i] Sunmmor Platte R ive BeTsie pt j ___ 'J~Fpain -'i F"-n-, AL-aa,?Pa'_o!/ . -FortylM i I e Pt SOUTHERN PENINSULA OF o~rox, ^ MICHIGAN Harbor!,Ad miPft BY FRANK LEVERETT, UNITED STATES GEOLOGIST BigRock Pt CELARIUVOiaD S00IN COOPERATION WITH FRANK B.TAYLOR AND MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 4) A? /-.ni., IoEL^ pn yra'r e id Pt ' eping ear Flt^^ Gle. Ft False PresqueIs)e 1911 Cat Head Pt,_/ | N ew Mission Point. Old. /'i/r GRE-i 3Middle l aCc- le 1:L 0 0 0o060 1..0 8 o 16 Miles " ---- ----I I----t ~ "=" '----.... , -----t er S"- North Pt THUNlIMAE BAY j tSouth Pt -0 dile*^^ i n! '^ rw We! iWhite Stone Pt * ^.ierpo I j I Port&ý MANSITE 'lona 4 * j, f^A I Poin-bte~u FtatRoc,tC-bin ntrindston. diy B;SableF i Pt-Itooko tAkiGres ()t Rg t,Ca~seville^ Sand Pr^^ v... e... r ~P,;e,,) i:i 0 4.d i. ^,Sning 4 i il 52..-&Z^ 6 FishI Mhte',ck. "lFore:,Wiie Little Sable Pt Ian ", ' -,'8r V 15 fi e i " " "T.-a~b plicomondvitle %'a 'Cwhilti RM ^\ i \ ycllrAseL.jakepoctat.r'cndae " 'K 3_i_______ I I | i j / I j ^ - _________ ^ K Macatav Or, ^' w saDgat Dor MNES S4 -'uro.ýr,~y )U ".,q; lilkRiverPt JL ^.E ' ^,. Mitchel Pt T C-.-AI.IR, Ston Pt.T.L._...... ^/ S9 SRHeo '- --jT-- J ov. oFo "1 OV c ~4 ý C.A 2j' BcntoreHui STJOSICP1 GlenLorAi T-^ td, Nulli"e ZT,/ Stsveni 'Or. -r-;l - -zt./.^ Lake IN DI.A.-..r 0 T-I 0 S___~ 1 [] I - - - - ej f,, 870 86~; 85" 8^~ 83~ I I Imo om ligl Rolling to gently undulating glacial deposits formed at border of Moraines ice sheet. Soil.variable within a short space, and ranging (a) Landlaid from very stony material to heavy clay with few stones. (b) Waterid Usually fair to very good farm land. The waterlaid moraines are usually low smooth ridges of bowlder clay. Bowlder clay \ _ Tle bowlder clay or till plains were formed under the ice sheet. SThe soil ranges from clayey to sandy loam and from first pains rate to good second rate quality. Oval shaped to elliptical bowlder clay hills formed under the ice Drumlins h ^".l and trending in the direction of ice movement. Found in restricted areas on till plains. Soil usually first rate. Gravel ridges formed under the ice and trending in the direction -9skers \ of ice movement. Usually found; on till plains but also in moraines. Valuable road ballast. Bowlder belts. e^^' Strips of exceptionally stony land, but usually with fertile soil. LEGEND Outwash plains - - Sand or gravel spread out by water escaping from the ice sheet. Soil usually light and requiring intelligent cultivation. Sandy deposits not definitely formed as outwash from the ice Sandy drift L border, and in part deposited under the ice. Soil variable but usually second rate. Sandy lake \ The sand of the lake beds is probably partly of glacial deposition. beds The soil is light and in places is drifted by the wind into low ridges. Lake clay | Clayey portions of the old lake beds, often with bowldery clay near surface. A soil of high productivity when well drained. In these areas rock is frequently within reach of tree roots but Rock or the soil is well adapted to agriculture. Symbol (a) applies thin drift to areas outside the glacial lakes; symbol (b) to areas within lake limits. Lake shores - T-'- The continuous lines (a) represent shores or beaches still intact. Broken lines (b) represent beaches partially destroyed by a rise of the lake water. Glacial striae X Lines or grooves on the rock surface showing direction of ice movement, and in some cases changes in direction. swamps..,. Areas thus mapped may be greatly reduced by heavy ditching and rendered suitable for agriculture. Dunes SSharp ridges of wind-drifted sand chiefly along modern lake shores. Usually unprofitable for agriculture. River deltas | | Pebbly sandy loam formed where streams entered the still water of lakes. Soil ranges from fair to good

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Title: Gogebic County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Carp Rv; Presque Isle River; LAKE SUPERIOR; Little Girls Pt.; Black River; IRONWOOD; WAKEFIELD; Mud Cr.; Tula; Montreal River; Spring Cr.; Montreal; Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Railway; Thomaston; Bessemer; Sunday; Presque Isle River; M Ctr RR; Ramsay; Wakefield; Ironwood; BESSEMER; Branch Black River; Marshall Cr; Lake Gogebic; Trout Brook; ERWIN; Welbons Cr.; Hartleys; MARENISCO; Mud L.; Marenisco; Gogebic; Ontokagon Rv.; Branch of Presque Isle Rv.; Ontonagon; Ontonagon Co.; Chaney L; Wellington; Chicago & Northwestern R.R.; Thayer; Beatons L.; State Line; Turtle; Sucker L.; Bass L.; Tamarack Rv; Grass L.; C & N.W. R.R.; Michigan; Wisconsin; Pomeron L.; Landfords L.; Blemers; Tamarack; WATERSMEET; Sylvania; Watersmeet; Lake Marion; Cisco L; Tamarack L.; Plumb L.; Thousand Isle L.; Clark L.; Crooked L.; Duck Cr.; West L.; White Fish L.; Duck L.; Loon L.; Deer L.; CARSON; Big Bass; C. & N. W. R.R.; State Line; Lac Vieux Desert; Iron Co. -
173 77 -1~ " ~;rýL-ý ~o I~ ~~EA r, 00 zý hi ~M 14cu n Cy ~g~h~~lY MIEN h O 15t;l) ~ 9 h' r, ~i ~~~~~-~a~" - $ ~" ry ~ts.i - 1 4-M Cffc~tt~~o ~ ~ C7r ~ \ ~~~CC IONu9.ts~ ION ~h ~~~YYY" ~ I~ Illl~_fj~f~-~iE---YM ~i~E~B~ O ~~i~9b ~ a~c ~pit~ ~ / y' L rr)\Orrl c ~ rr) nFn oe D ),I nn 1 h ~ I r O ~ " r g d C,, ne I L'YI ~L~J" I F~ -I r ry ~B C~~h, ~n I X1 P, ~~PYl~f~N I~ I ~J: ~ I ~ ~?p L rc~ Uc~u Is AFA ý6 p I c". rZý eC-~ t~~d g$ 6;!71 1.11 N % j gg5r --I YIN ýýTp t-, 22 "C1 4 1L rO C) r IN C) t-C ~I oD t-,, I'K - i - %-4 ý 4 rnk 00 rf 1-3 <71Z VN s u i L4)I 'fli "41I pr) aa "I, - N - CV C4 cr VN ~ I~ ~1 o u B

Page  174 174 - ONTONAGON COUNTY. - Ontonagon county was- laid out in 1-843, was organized in 184A. The county was originally much larger and included that territory known as Isle Royal. It took it~shanae from the river of the same ndme, emptying into Lake Superior. The word "Ontonagon" is thought to mean "fishing place." It is located in the extreme northwestern part of the Upper Peninsula. Is bounded on the north by Lake Superior,'on!, the east by H-oughton and Iron counties, on the south by Gogebic county, and;,.On the west by Gogebic county and Lake Superior. The total. land area is 844,75.3.71 acres. About 39,00,0; acres are already in good farms. The popu-.lation is 8,650. (19.1-0 census). The valuation of taxable property, as~estimated by the state board of tax commissioners -in 1911, is $151,507,875. The county has a good school system. There are 55. schools, an enrollment of 2,484 students, requiring 99 teachers. There are six banks and two weekly newspapers. There is also good telephone and telegraph service. Ontonagon is the count* seat and has about 2,000, inhabitants. It is situated on the south shore of Lake Superior at the mouth of the Ontonagon river, and is a station on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. It owns and operates Its own water and electric light plants, has Episcopal, Presbyterian, Methodist- Episcopal, Swedish Lutheran and Roman Catholic churches, fine schools, two banks, a weekly newspaper,, etc. This locality is fast becoming known as a healthful summer resort. In the -vicinity of Ontonagon are several billion feet of hemlock, pine, ash, basswood, birch, maple, elm, cedar, and other' timber of the finest quality, making it a fine location for saw mills, furniture factories, stave and heading mills, tanneries, pulp and paper mills, woodenware plants, chemical plants, etc. Clays and shales for the manufacture of paving brick and fine face* brick are found in abundance.,The agricultural possibilities of this. locality are- good and fine farms are numerous. The soil is adapted to the growing of many kinds of grains, vegetables and fruits. The principal transportation facilities of the county are the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic, Chicago & Northwestern, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, and the Copper Range Railroad, also the United States & Dominion Transportation Company.

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Title: Ontonagon County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Fourteen Mile Pt.; Misery Rv.; East Sleeping Rv.; Fire Steel Rv.; Ontonagon; Lake Superior; Silver City; Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul R.R.; Porcupin Mountains; Carp; Greenland; Copper Range R.R.; Portage Rv.; Ontonagon River; Mineral Range R.R.; Carp River; Fifth Correction Line; Masse; Greenland; Bohemia; Carp; Lake; Ontonagon; Range Jct.; Rockland; Iron River; Cranberry River; Victoria; Middle Branch; West Branch; Rockland; East Branch; South Branch; Bergland; Matchwood; Gogebic Co.; Gogebic; Bergland; Duluth South Shore and Atlantic R.R.; Lake Gogebic; Topaz; Groesbeck; Stannard; Matchwood; Davis; Clark; Fair Oak; McMillan; Ewen; Amber; Collins; Gem; Gogebic Lake; Painsville; Ruby; Fall; Trout Creek; Jasper; Finland; Agate; Fuller; Choate; Sandhurst; Houghton Co.; Craigshore; Paolding; Haight; Robbins; Barclay; Interior; Interior; Iron Co -
175 ONTONAGON COUNTY MICHIGAN 16 L j 212 31 -9 UO 2 P223 33 9 3 3 21 2fl2 ý 20 21 22 ý3 2 -91 2 23 212 211 2 ap 2 202 -1,12 E-4f F,- 7 ý? -cl T, 41kýý2 I 6:ý ý., I rý/, ý F-1ý141 v- IJ I-- I 'nll lzý I. - I ý.1 1 1 - I I.-Iiý i i i 71, - i UtA. - ý I. -. I 1 41 1 m 9__ /O ý22! ý7-o / 2 9 I I ( ii 2i m r I U I I I I t I -.. $ 1 p 17- ý I I I... - P 11 A ii 11 f i j. 94-0 - -. - rt'. -. - 11 1 L 11 1 t i / I. 14-1 ý-l 3 ý11 a / i / /le 1 IF F/W 1 1-L13ý, HkjI6 " '- I - - 'lu 1 - V, I I I I- - I I. 1.1 1... 11 -W--- -_ -VT--,,. I? I I I y -ý I IAAO'+, P i 2' 22" 2 23jZ9 / 23L"Ojý.ý22ý2 19 T_ýAýýW ý ýý-7 / I k 4Ný I- I 23 24 I1 20 2 M 1.49 I I I I I lk 11 1 ýzl NN I 1 11 11 Y/I r. I IN I - I - I 1 -.1. I 'Iflr ý-, ý ý- I 22 27 +"- It I L I. 23 26 F25 I [27 I ý3 17 - L I I I lk I h, M I 1 11 r i f f 29 1 2,. ý2 S5 2 9" -qý 9 2,71 2 3V 7 26 2,5 1 2 7 1 26 1 ý25 2 9 28 W!2.5 50 29 1 JAfl S O-1o ýt* t I ":Li 4-4 --7 i I I =ý' t'ý7' I-" W E "ý5 w.,.- 1I I I 1"-,, --It....U....Z_ M J f l "4 l } I L t 1 N II _ |. I _..,,- _!s tr 39 3 /0 12 p -72 2 // -36 F3 L! i SS // ý7 A fý ý _/ 32 4-ý 36 rz 1-2 -2 - f 2j._6 [31 -96 sl: kl _ - 54 9 Ile 51 4 1 6'1.5 1 - I ' 1---,M f- -4-4 - I f:ýý I I I I ýýWýESTýýý3 ý /2 7 9 / 7 a 9 o it I ~ 12i i 11 " ~ ~ ~ 21ý t -"" 1' I1- I1' \ -H!:, I ---.-- 6-Iz L" 41::::7..... ý 1 - -4 - 16 1s 151!j 1 1 1 /j 1 1 14 Ul l 13_ i-- i - ý Jl-l /9 - 2012 12 j - 24! 1912 2 1/ 2 4 //22 -3 ý 92 223 ý4i19 20 / 2, '' I l IIIDo l__lI _ _ I. i._\V I. If. _. j, I ",!ý i ----; _....... Flrr--- _ _ ICC-F--J 23 26, 2 30 to 20 F2-9 21 28 a 2 2 I /,ý 23 26 ý I 29 281 2l 4, 2 9 ý1 2 0 2ý 28 26 5 30 29 2, 27 26 25IJO 29 8 2] 13 24 23 ý361 S........i idI....-....41 1 i S ---7-J ~Li 1 C5, 7.3 21 -36 3 7 213 ý -2 34 124 7- -. lq,9N, tý-3ý V2. / 3 a 5 363/ 32334 - 4 - '.fI ý 1-,A - IE 9 to t 2 9 1 // 2 7t i t -r, I / gESEI.""-/di'-XZ/G _-'.l 4,. A f --i i--+ l=16.,/8.1 o tI 13 [18 716/5 14 --3 _24j,4. E I - 1 k -, 1 1 f, ý==. i 1 ) i ý Ir-- --'T ýlz T 23 20 2 R22 2 1-7 ----JL RL IF 7 1 is 3 27 2 2 9 27 25,.29',7 61 2-W T IOL 7 26 29 23 27 6 5 r2 6ý 2 1 2 | 7IT -73 Fo 2 -ri-h 36 1-7/ -33 F E h V 1 4.J mt -74 310 2 0 SI! l i _ _.__ 2 |/ i L, 29 17 29 8 s / 2~ 3 /o 2s ý22 14 2 2 2 t23 13 / k -rr 2411mf 17 17 P3 N 22 14 -23 26 -Z 24 1 240 124:27) 2 9L -52 21 13H 220 -3 ý1 7726 25 lo 27T2 F25i 370 V 2 3 7 26F275 - 93 L34- 35 351/ 33 '00

Page  176 176 HOUGHTON COUNTY. Houghton county was laid out and organized in 1845, and was named in honor of Douglas Houghton, first state geologist of Michigan. It is bounded on the north by Keweenaw county and Lake Superior, on the east by Keweenaw bay and Baraga county, on the south by Iron.county and on the west by Ontonagon county and Lake Superior. The total land area of the county is 647,466.14 acres, of which about 95,000 acres are devoted to farms. The population is 88,09S. (1910 census). The valuation of taxable property, as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1_911, is $117,626,097. The educational advantages offered are equal to those of any other county throughout the state. There are 135 schools, 19,169 students in attendance, requiring the services of 668 teachers. There are 13 banks, 5 daily and 8 weekly newspapers. The county also has telephone, telegraph and rural mail service. Houghton is the county seat and has a population of about 5.500. It is located on the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic, the Copper Range and the Mineral Range Railroads, and on the south shore of Portage lake, 14 miles from the mouth of Portage river, 10 from Lake Superior on the west and 94 northwest of Marquette. It is in the midst of the Lake Superior copper region, a strip of country four to six miles in width, extending from southwest to northwest, through the entire length of Keweenaw peninsula and beyond. This range is very rich in native copper, and some of the most productive mines in the world are located in the vicinity of the town. Houghton contains one of the finest court houses in the Upper Peninsula, a city hall, Catholic, Episcopal, Methodist Episcopal and Presbyterian churches, two banks, daily and weekly newspapers, and a public school building costing $60,000. The Michigan College of MTines is also located here. Calumet is the largest city in the county and has a population of about 30,000. It is located on the Mineral Range, the Copper Range, the Keweenaw Central and the Hancock & Calumet. Railroads, 14 mliles north of Houghton and four from. Lake Linden, its shipping point by water. The city is well lighted by electricity, has good police and fire departments, excellent drainage and sewer system, two systems of water works, opera house, handsome plarks', two hospitals, first class hotels, splendid school siystem, handsome churches, three banks, two daily and three weekly newspapers. Calumet is the site of the famous Calumet and Hecla copper mine, one of the richest in the world. The machinery used for elevating the copper rock to the surface and for pumping and condensing air for the drills is all on an immense scale and of the most perfect design. The stamp mills and furnaces at Lake Linden are said to be the largest in the world. Other important cities of the county include Laurium, population, 9,000; Hancock, population, 9,000; Hubbell, population, about 1,200, and Lake Linden, population about 2,500. The transportation facilities of the county are the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic, Copper Range, Mineral Range, Keweenaw Central, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroads, Houghton Traction Company (electric), United States and Dominion Transportation Company, Erie and Western Transportation Com pany, Northern Steamship Company and the Mutual Transit Company.

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Title: Houghton County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Keweenaw Co.; Calumet; Red Jacket; Schoolcraft; Uper Entrance; Berr L.; Osceola; Larium; Silver Cr; Lily Pond; Trap Rock River; Lily Pond; Lake Linden; Sawmill Cr.; Hancock; Quincy; Mineral Range R.R.; Hubbell; Torch Lake; Mac Callum Cr.; Franklin; Slo Lake; Stanwood; Hancock; Mineral Range R.R.; Ripley; L. Amonda; Houghton; Dollar Bay; Copper Range R.R.; Atlantic; Huron; Centennial; Obenhoff; Salmon Trout R.; Messenger; Traverse Id.; Grave Rat River; So. Range; Baltic; Pilgrim River; Elm R.; Trimountain; Portage Lake; Stanton; Ricedale; Painsdale; Pike Cy; Lake Eva; Adams; 11 Mile L.; Chassell; Portage River; 12 Mile L.; 13 Mile L.; Chassell; Towol; White City; Stonington; Portage; Sturgeon River; Keweenaw Bay; Copper Range R.R.; Elm River; Otter Lake; Raleston; Twin Lakes; Elm River; Windna; Otter River; Sand Lakes; L. St. Arnold; Gidding; Motley; Forness; Pearce; Hazell; Otter; Bishop; Mineral Range R.R.; Nisula; White; Alston; Laird; Frost Jct.; Duncan; Kitchi; Anthony; S; Naw; Lewis; Jumbo; Kenton; Ontonagon Co.; Iron Co.; Baraga Co. -
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Page  178 178 BARAGA COUNTY. Baraga county was laid out and organized in 1875. It was named in honor of Bishop Frederick -Baraga, the great Indian apostle of the Northwest, who labored among the Indiansfrom 1831 until his death in 1868. This county is located in the'northwest part of the.Upper Peninsula and is bounded almost entirely on the north by that part of Lake Superior known as Keweenaw bay. It has a land area of 583,805.56 acres, of which about 35,000 acres are already in farms. The 1910 census-gives Baraga a population of about 6,127. In 19'11 the state board of tax commissioners placed a value of $7,613,642 on all taxable property. The county has a good school system. There are 31 schools, requiring 49 teachers, and last year's report shows a total of 1,611 children in attendance. The county hasý telegraph, telephone and rural mail service. There are two banks and two weekly. Pnewspapers, one published in Baraga and the other at L'Anse. S: L'Anse is% the judicial seat of the county and has a population of about 1,000. The town is located at the head of I'Anse-bay, onthe Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railway, 32 miles south of Houghton and 63 miles northwest of Marquette. It is almost ideal as:a summer resort, with a climate delightfully 'Cool and refreshing, and within a short distance are streams well supplied with brook trout, while deer and other game are plentiful. L'Anse has electric street lights, water works, fire department, court house, good schools, good hotel, town halland a! progressive newspaper.. There are also a number of slate, gr'aphite and b'row~ stone quarries in the immediate vicinity. ~ Baraga, is a station on the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic R~ailway and is. located on Keweenzaw bay, fve miles by rail or two miles across the bay frtoml Ii'Anse and tw~enty-six miles south of Houghton. TIhe beauty of location, thze cool- hess of the climate and surrounded as it is by excellent trout streams, m~ake it an. ideal summer' resort. Transportation facilities are the Duluth, South Shore & Attlantic, Chicago, 5lilwaukee &t St. Paul and the Mlineral Range Railroads.

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Title: Baraga County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Arnheim; Co.; Newton; Houghton Co.; Keweenaw; Keweenaw Bay; Skanee; Pelkie; Bellaire; Pequaning; Huron Bay; ARVON; Duluth South Shore & Atlantic R.R.; Gauthier; Carlson; Baraga; Mission; Silver River; Arvon; Sturgeon River; L'Anse Bay; L'Anse; Bovine; L'ANSE; Duluth South shore & Atlantic R.R.; Hematite; BARAGA; Herman; Summit; Craig L.; Crooked L.; Sturgeon River; Sturgeon; Nestoria; Three L.; Nelgen; Mud L.; Coons L.; Perch River; Duluth South Shore & Atlantic R.R.; Covington; Worm L.; Vermilac; King L.; SPURR; Beoufort L.; Spruce River; COVINGTON; Heart L.; Spruce L.; Fence L.; Houghton Co.; Iron Co.; Long L.; Marquette Co. -
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Page  180 180 KEWEENAW COUNTY. Keweenaw county was laid out and organized in 1861, and included.' Manitou and Isle Royal. The name is taken from the Indian word "Ki-wi-wai-ni-ning," meaning a portage or a place where a portage is made. This county is of peninsular formation and is located in the extreme northern part of the Upper Peninsula. It is bounded on the north, east and west by Lake Superior, and on the south by Lake Superior and Houghton county. The total land area is 348,468.34 acres. Of this number about 3,000 acres are devote'd to farms, although the county is;particularly noted for its copper mines. The population is -7,156 (191.0 census). f 'he:valnation'of taxable property; as estimated by the state board of tax commissioners in 1911, is $36,784,413. The school system of the county is good and consists of 15 schools, an enrollment of 1,713 students, requiring the services of 50' teachers. T'here is one bank and one weekly newspaper. The county has good telegraph and telephone service. Eagle River has a population of about 2.00, and is the judicial.seat of the county. It is located on the north shore of the Keweenaw peninsula o0 Lake Superior, at the mouth of the stream from which it derives its name. Ij& is two miles. from Phoenix, the nearest railroad approach. It has a Methodist dhurch. The banking facilities are at Calumet, 16, miles distant. A, hmeek has a pop'ulation of about 1,200, and is the largest town in the county. It is eleven miles from. Eagle river and two. and one-half miles from Mohawk. The principal transpo~rtation facilities of the county are the-'Mineral Range, Keweenaw Central Railroads, and the Houghton Traction Compan:y ^~;5C

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Title: Keweenaw County, Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: ISLE ROYAL; Todd Cove; L. Desor; Washington Harbor; Grace Harbor; Cumberland Pt.; Rainbow Cove; Part of Eagle Harbor; Lake Feldtmann; Long Pt.; Hay Bay; Pt. Hay; Siskowit Bay; Pt. Houghton; Todd Harbor; L. Harvey; Hatchet L.; Siskowit Lake; Wright Id.; McCargoe Cove; Chickenbone L.; Part of Houghton; Lake Richie; Intermediate Lake; Lake Whittlesey; Chippewa Harbor; Angleworm L.; Sargent L.; Amygdaloid Channel; Hill Pt.; Duncan Bay; Blake Pt.; Tobin Harbor; Rock Harbor; Rock Harbor; Caribou Ids.; Passage Id.; Eagle Harbor; Grand Marais Harbor; L. Bailey; Agate Harbor; Copper Harbor; Copper Harbor; Eagle Harbor; EAGLE HARBOR; L. Mendona; LAKE SUPERIOR; Eagle River; Manoan; Montreal River; GRANT; Schlatte Lake; Keweenaw Central R.R.; Lac La Belle; Lac La Belle; Bete -Gris-Bay; Keweenaw Pt.; HOUGHTON; Gratiot Lake; Deer Lake; Pt. Isabella; Manitou Id.; Gratiot River; Hills Creek; ALLOUEZ; Ojibway; Ahmeek; Mohawk; Allouez; Houghton Co.; Traverse Lake; Tobacco Rv.; Mineral Range R.R.; ; SHERMAN; Gay; Lake Superior -
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Page  182 182 - POPULATION OF TOWNSHIPS, CITIES AND VILLAGES Alcona County, 5,703 Alcona twp................... Caledonia twp............... Curtis twp................... Greenbush twp............... Austin twp................... Lincoln village............ Harrisville city.............. Harrisville twp............... Hawes twp................. Haynes twp.................. Mikado twp................. Mikado village............. M illen twp................... Mitchell twp.................. Alger County, 7,675 Au Train twp................ Burt twp.................... Grand Island twp........... Limestone twp............... Sfaltlhias t'p................ Munising twp................ Munising village............ Onota twp................... Rock River twp.............. Allegan County, 39,819 Allegan city................. AUlegan twp.........:....... SCasco twp................... Cheshire twp................. Clyde twp.................... Fennville village.......... Dorr twp.................... Fillmore twp................. Ganges twp................. Gunplain twp................ Plainwell village........... Heath twp................... Hoplkins twp................ Laketown twp................ Lee twp..................... Leighton twp................. Manlius twp................. M artin twp.................. Monterey twp................ Otsego twp.................... Otsego village.............. Overisel twp.................. Salenm twp.................. Saugatuck twp............... Douglas village............ Saugatuck village........... Trow'bridge twp............... Valley twp................... Watson twp.................. Wayland twp................. Wayland village............ Alpena County, 19,965 Alpena city................. Alpena tcwp.................. Green twp................... Long Rapids twp...........'. Maple Ridge twp............ Ossineke twp................. Sanborn twp................. W ilson twp................... Antrim County, 15,692 Banks twp................... Central Lake twp............ Central Lake village....... Chestonia twp................ Custer twp.................... Echo twp..................... Elk Rapids twp............... Elk Rapids village......... Forest Home twp............. Bellaire village............. Helena twp.................. Jordan twp................... Kearney twp................. Mancelona twp............... Mancelona village.......... Milton twp.............. Star twp................ Torch Lake twp.............. Warner twp.................. Arenac County, 9,640 Adams twp................... Arenae twp................... Au Gres city................. Au Gres twp................. Clayton twp.................. Deep River twp............... Lincoln twp.................. Mason twp................... Twining village............. Moffat twp..................... Omer city................... Standish city.................. Standish twp................. Turner twp................... W hitney twp............i..... Baraga County, 6,127 Arvon* twp.................... Baraga twp................... Baraga village.............. Covington twp................ L'Anse twp................... L'Anse village.............. Spurr twp.................... Barry County, 22,633 Assyria twp.................. Baltimore twp................ Barry twp.................... C'arlton twp................. Freeport village............ Castleton twp................. Nashville village............ 330 616 599 234 555 122 444 764 304 651 652 100 232 322 409 1,373 52 413 528 3,547 2,952 147 1,206 3,419 1,141 1,764 1,348 1,124 533 1,652 1,889 1,492 2,474 1,493 1,010 1,845 1,055 959 1,153 1,100 1,185 1,253 3,828 2,812 1,664 1.577 2,040 485 621 1,203 653 1,042, 1,949 725 12,706 928 758 1,312 761 1,000 847 1,653 1,603 1,482 813 512 591 721 1,775 1,673 967 1,050 762 496 1,371 2,560 1,200 737 957 329 829 393 668 252 412 834 957 794 853 267 361 367 828 1,250 985 686 390 2,548 1,071 646 2,083 708 460 972 1,017 1,225 1,160 460 2,343 1,346 Hastings city................. 4,383 Hastings twp................. 954 Hope twp.................... 990 Irving twp................... 1,361 Johnstown township........... 927 Maple Grove twp.............. 1,085 Orangeville twp............... 777 Prairieville twp............... 892 Rutland twp................. 827 Thornapple twp.............. 1,740 Middleville village.......... 804 Woodland twp................ 1,369 Woodland village........... 304 Yankee Springs twp.......... 611 Bay County, 68,238 Bangor twp................... 1,249 Bay City.................... 45,166 Beaver twp................... 1,787 Frankenlust twp.............. 1,245 Fraser twp................... 1,562 Garfield twp................ 901 Gibson twp.................. 9491 Hampton twp................. 3,025 Essexville village............ 1,477 Kawkawlin twp.............. 1,893 Merritt twp.................. 1,529 Monitor twp.................. 2,190 Mount Forest twp............ 721 Pinconning twp............... 2,103 Pinconning village.......... 677 Portsmouth twp.............. 1,511 Williams twp................. 2,407 Benzie County, 10,638 Almira twp.................. 686 Lake Ann village........... 171 Benzonia twp................. 1,325 Benzonia village........... 563 Blaine twp.................. 640 Colfax twp................... 744 Thompsonville village....... 815 Crystal Lake twp............ 2,024 Franlkfort village........... 1,555 Gilmore twp.............. 969 South Franlkfort village.... 681 Homestead twp............... 1,415 Inland twp................... 652 Joyfield twp.................. 442 Lake twp..................... 189 Platte twp................... 448 W eldon twp.................. 1,104 Berrien County, 53,622 Bainbridge twp............... 1,786 Benton twp................... 3,051 Benton Harbor city.......... 9,185 Berrien twp.................. 1,503 Eau Claire village......... 307 Bertrand twp................ 865 Buchanan twp............... 2,662 Buchanan village........... 1,831 Chicaming twp............... 1,024 Ga.lien twp.................. 1,165 Galien village.............. 405 Hagar twp.................... 1,072 Lake twp..................... 2,768 Baroda village............. 248 Lincoln twp.................. 1,733 Stevensville village......... 243 New.Buffalo twp............. 1,119 New Buffalo village........ 528 Niles city.................... 5,156 Niles twp.................... 1,069 Oronoko twp............... 2,137 Berrien Springs village...... 880 Pipestone twp................ 1,397 Royalton txwp................ 1,168 St. Joseph city............... 5,936 St. Joseph twp............... 990 Hilltop village............. 225 Sodus twp.................... 1,269 Three Oaks twp.............. 1,968 Three Oaks village......... 1,175 W atervliet twp............... 3,092 Coloma village............ 701 Watervliet village............ 728 WVeesaw twp.................. 1,507 Branch County, 25,605 Algansee twp................ 1,281 Batavia twp.................. 1,019 Bethel twp.................... 1,246 Bronson twp................. 1,946 Bronson village............ 1,020 Butler twp.................... 1,114 California twp............... 870 C'oldwater city................ 5,945 Coldwater twp................ 1,325 Gilead twp....................729 Girard t p.................... 1,122 Kinderhook twp............... 587 M atteson twp................ 982 Noble twp................... 502 Ovid twp.................... 891 Quincy twp................... 2,407 Quincy village............. 1,347 Sherwood twp................ 1,216 Sherwood village............ 346 Union twp................... 2,423 Union City village.......... 1,340 Calhoun County, 56,638 Albion city.................. 5,833 Albion twp.................. 734 Athens twp.................. 1,491 Athens, village.............. 631 Battle Creek city............ 25,267 Battle Creek twp............. 1,064 Bedford twp................. 2,076 Burlington twp............... 1,150 Burlington village.......... 237 Clarence twp................. 801 Clarendon twp............... 914 Convis twp................... 749 E'clford twp.................. 915 Emmett *twn.................. 1,033 Fredonia twp................. Homer twp.................. Homer. village.............. Lee tkp...................... Le Roy twp.................. Marengo twp................. Marshall city................ Marshall twp................. Newton tiwp.................. P'ennfield twp................ Sheridan twp................. Tekonsha twp................ Tekonsha village........... Cass County, 20,624 Calvin twp................... Dowagiac city................ Howard twp.................. Jefferson twp................. La Grange twp................. Cassapolis village........... Marcellus twp................ MT arcellus village............ Mason twp.................. Milton twp.................. Newberg twp................. Ontwa twp.................... Penn twp.................... Vandalia village............ Pokagon twp..:.............. Porter twp.................... Silver Creek twp.............. Volinia twp................... Wayne twp7.................. 720 1,803 1,008 880 1,046 1,029 4,236 684 856 1,124 826 1,407 573 1,064 5,088 697 695 2,094 1,358 1,803 1,047 587 483 1,164 820 1,195 371 971 1,241 973 945 804 Eagle twp.................... Eagle village............... Essex twp.................... Mlaple Rapids village........ Greenbush twp................ Lebanon tfwp.................. Hubbardston village........ Olive trwp.................... Ovid twp.................... Ovid village............... Riley twp.................... St. Johns city................ Victor twp.................... Watertown twp............... Westphalia twp.............. Westphalia village.......... Crawford County, 3,934 Beaver Creek twp........... Frederic twp................. Grayling twvp................. Grayling village............ Mfa.ple Forest twp............ South Branch twp........... 1,095 133 1,355 529 1,180 1,011 450 963 2,189 1,078 1,107 3,154 853 1,211 1,427 366 347 770 2,087 1,775 471 250 Mundy twp.................. 1,168 Rich.field twp................ 1,161 Thetford twp................. 1,024 Vienna twp.................. 2,082 Clio village................. 810 Gladwin County, 8,413 Beaverton city............... Beaverton twp............... Bentley tiwp.................. Billings twp.................. Bourret twp.................. Buckeye twp................... Butman twp................. Clement twp................. Gladwin city................. Grand Blanc twp............. Grout twp.................. Hay- twp..................... Sage tlwp.................... Sherman twp................ Tobacco twp................. 418 581 443 270 247 308 720 170 988 1,184 872 176 800 543 866 Charlevoix County, 19,157 Bay twp...................... 466 Boyne City................... 5,218 Boyne Valley twp............ 952 Boyne Falls village......... 325 Chandler twp................ 397 Charlevoix city................ 2,420 Charlevoix t.wp................ 207 E-vangelhle twp.............. 228 Eveline twp.................. 768 Hayes twp................... 854 Hudson twp.................. 673 Marion twp.................. 636 Melrose twp.................. 675 Norwood twp................. 366 Peaine twp................... 370 St. James twp................ 695 South Arm twp.............. 3,426 East Jordan village........ 2,516 Wilson twp................... 806 Cheboygan County, 17,872 Aloha twp.................... 332 Beaugrand twp............... 446 Benton twp................... 1,011 Burt twp..................... 557 Cheboygan city............... 6,859 Ellis twp................... 341 Forest twp............:*.';-..... 1,064 Tower village.........'I.... 545 Grant twp.............f..... 462 Hebron twp.............. 8.. 394 Inverness twp.................,.:1,647 Koehler twp................... 433 Macldnaw twp................ 706 ", Mackinaw City village...... 697 i, M entor twp...................t..;. 425. _'' Munro twp................... 543 Nunda. twp.................. 1,238 Wolverine village........... 794 Tuscarora twp............... 650 W alker twp................. 153 Waverly twp.................. 321 NVilmot twp.................. 290 Chippewa County, 24,472 Bay MIills twp.............. 233 Bruce twp..................... 1,324 Dafter tfwp.................... 847 Detour twp.................. 935 Detour village............... 721 Drummond twp............... 624 Kinross twp.................. 244 Pickford twp................. 1,420 Raber twp................... 882 Rudyard twp................ 1,353 Sault Ste. Marie city........ 12,615 Soo twp......................... 837 Sugar Island twp............. 625 Superior twp................ 1,321 Trout Lake twp.............. 912 Whitefish twp............... 300 Delta County, 30,108 Baldwin twp................. 753 Bark River twp.............. 1,269 Bay de Noc twp............. 550 Brampton twp................ 516 Cornell twp.................. 444 Escanaba city............... 13,194 Escanaba twp................ 640 Fairbanlks twp:.............. 531 Ford River twp.............. 1,148 Garden twp.................. 1,268 Garden village.............. 497 Gladstone city.............. 4,211 Maple Ridge twp............. 753 Masonville twp................ 2,109 N'ahma twp.................. 1,256 Wells twp.................... 1,466 Dickinson County, 20,524 Breen twp................... 868 Breitung. twp................. 920 Felch twp.................... 773 Iron Mountain city........... 9,216 Norway city................ 4,974 oNbrway township............ 1,764 Sagola twp.................. 825 Wauceda.h twp............... 922 West Branch twp............. 262 Eaton County, 30,499 Bellevue twp................. 1,961 Bellevue village............ 930 BDemtion twp................. 1,363 Potterville village.......... 430 Brookfield twp................ 1,113 Carnmel twp.................. 970 Charlotte city................ 4.886 Chester twp p.................. 1.080 Delta twp.................. 1,224 Eaton twp.................... 912 Eaton Rapids city............ 2,094 Eaton Rapids twp............ 1,009 Grand Ledge city............. 2,893 Hamlin tvýk,................. 944 Kalamo twV................. 1,223 Oneida t.Wp.................. 1,136 ~R'^ oxand 'twp...........-...... 1,460, Mulliken village............ 312, 4uni ela:, twp................. 1,651 SunfieA\yillage............. 385 Vermontvillia.twp............. 1,663 Vermontvilie.'illage......... 650 Walton twp................... 1,570 Olivet village.............. 627 Windsor twp................ 1,347 Dimondale '-,,village.......... 341 Emmet County, 18,561 Bear Creep tvwp.;........... 1,630 Bliss twp................... 694 Card Lake twp............... 847 Center twp.................. 441 Cross Village twp.........-... 600 Friendship twp......... 487 Littlefield twp............... -1,055 Alanson village............. 473 Little Traverse twp............ 2,268 ', Harbor Sprinlgs village......1,805 McKinley twp................ 2,120 Pellston village............... 1,089 Maple River twp............. 759 Petoskey city................. 4,778 Pleasant View twp............ 429 Readmond. twp............... 600 Resort twp................... 780 Springvale twp............... 737 West T;averse twp............ 336 Genesee County, 64,555 Argentine twp................. 821 Atlas twp.................... 1,120 Burton twp.................. 987 Clayton twp.................. 1,059, Davison twp.................. 1,547 Daivison village............ 673 Fenton twp.................. 3,667 Fenton village............... 2,331 Linden village.............. 550 Flint city.................... 38,550 Flint twp.................... 1,051 Flushing twp................. 2,075 Flushing village............ 938 Forest twp..................... 1,371 Otisville village............ 312 Gaines twp.................. 1,469 Gaines village.............. 238 Genesee twp.................. 1,476 Mount Morris village....... 513 Grand Blanc twp............ 1,84 MIontrose twp................ 1,612 Montrose village............ 443 Mount Morris ftwp............ 1,131 Gogebic County, 23,333 Bessemer city............... 4,583 Bessemer twp................ 1,166 Carlson twp.................. 109 Erwin twp................... 699 Ironwood city................ 12,821 Ironwood twp..... 632 Marenisco twp............... 493 Wakefield tlwp............... 2,474 Wakefield village............ 714 Watersmeet twp.............. 356 Grand Traverse County, 23,784 Acme twp.................... 731 Blair twp.................... 891 East Bay twp............... 663 Fife Lake twp................ 837 Fife Lake village.......... 340 Garfield twp.................. 932 Grant twp.................... 882 Green Lake twp.............. 793 Long Lake twp................. 745 Mayfield twp................. 977 Paradise twp................. 1,747 Kingsley village............ 497 Peninsula ftwp............... 1,262 Traverse City................ 12,115 Union twp.................... 219 Wbitewater twp.............. 990 Gratiot County, 28,820 Alma city................... 2,757 Arcada twp.................. 1,087 Bethany twp................. 1,477 Elba twp..................... 1,703 Ashley village.............. 513 Emerson twp............:.... 1,348 Fulton twp.................... 1,706 Perrinton village............ 288 Haamilton twp................ 855 Ithaca. twp................... 2,012 Ithaca village.............. 1,876 Lafayette twp............... 1,357 New Haven twp.............. 1,206 Newark twp.................. 1,112 North Shade tp.............. 1,240 North Star Twp............ 1,524 Pine River twp............... 1,342 St. Louis city................ 1,940 Seville twp................... 1,389 Sumner twp.................. 1,384 Washington twp.............. 1,322 W heeler twp................. 2,059 Breckenridge village........ 595 Hillsdale County 29,673 Adams txwp................... 1,493 North Adams village........ 440 Allen twp.................... 1,253 Amboy. twp.................. 1,018 Cambria twp.......;......... 1,275 Camden twp................. 1,965 Camden village............ 392 Miontgomery village........ 362 F ayette twp................. 1,947 Jonesville village............. 1,396 Hillsdale city................ 5,001 Hillsdale twp................ 447 Jefferson twp............... 1,557 Litchfield village............ 660 Pittsford twp................ 1,503 AMoscow twp.................. 956 Litchfield twp............... 1,641 Ransom twp................ 1,091 Reading twp................. 2,104 Reading village............ 1,102 Scipio twp................... 895 Somerset twp................. 1,131 W1heatland twp.............. 1,097 Woodbridge twp.............. 1,157 Wright twp.................. 2,142 Waldron village............ 435 Houghton County, 88,098 Adams twwp.................. 8,419 South Range village........ 1,097 Calumet twp................ 32,845 Laurium village........... 8,537 Red Jacket village.......... 4.211 Chassell twp.................. 1,523 Duncan twp.................. 865 Elm River twp................ 1,073 Franklin twp................ 5,679 Hancock city................ 8,981 Hancock twp................. 351 Laird twp.................... 690 Osceola twp.................. 7,775 Portage twp.................. 8,599 Houghton village.......... 5,113 Quincy twp................... 1,507 Schoo(lcraft twp.............. 4,122 Lake Linden village........ 2,325 Stanfton twp.................. 2,351 Torch Lake twp.............. 3,318 Hubbell village............. 1,059 Clare County, 9,240 Arthur twp.................. Clare city................... Franklin twp................. Freeman twp................ Frost. twp.... '............... Garfield twp................. Grant twp.................... Greenwood twp.............. Hamilton twp............... Harrison city................ Hatton tfwp.................. Hayes tfwp.................... Lincoln twp................ Redding twp................ Sheridan twp................ Summerfleld twp............. Surrey twp................... F'arwell villge............ Winterfield twp.."............ Clinton County, 23,129 Bath twp.................... Bengal twp................... Bingham twp................. Dallas twp................. Fowler village.............. De AWitt twp................. Duplain twp................. Elsie village............... 734 1,350 131 129 228 S425 818 462 501 543 381 262 120 659 934 228 902 522 433 1,021 980 994 1,523 476 1,305 1,761 592

Page  182a 182a POPULATION OF TOWNSHIPS, CITIES AND VILLAGES-Continued Huron County, 34,758 Bad Axe city................ Bingham twp................ Ubly village................ Bloomfield twp................. Brookfield twp................ Owendale village............ Caseville twp................. Caseville village............ Chandler twp................. Colfax twp................... )wight twp.................. Kinde village.............. Fairhaven twp................ Gore twp..................... Grant twp................... Harbor Beach city............ Hume township.............. H uron t wp................... Lake twp.................... Lincoln twp.................. AMcKinley twp................ M eade twp................... Oliver twp.................... Elkton village.............. Paris twp................... Pointe Aux Garques twp...... Port Austin twp............... Port Austin village......... fRubjuom tv\p................ Port Hope village.......... Sand Beach twp............. Sebewaing twp............... Sebewaing village........... Sheridan twp................ Sherman twp................. Sigel twp.................... Verona twp.................. Winsor twp................... Pigeon village.............. 1,559 1,409 442 935 1,754 285 578 442 1,230 1,081 1,539 360 1,082 167 941 1,556 756 913 390 1,055 741 1,126 1,725 553 1,390 37 1,244 533 898 344 1,182 2,753 1,347 906 1,447 1,015 841 2,508 687 Ingham County, 53,310 Alaiedon tvwp................ 955 Aurelius t p.................. 1,163 Bunker Hill twp............ 881 Delhi twp.................... 1,412 East Lansing city............. 802 Ingham twwp.................. 1,002 Dansville village............ 349. Lansing city.................. 31,229 Lansing twp.................. 1,760 Leroy twp.................... 1,297 Webberville village........... 349 Leslie twp.................... 2,014 Leslie village............... 1,032 Locke twp................... 1,045 Miason city................... 1,742 Meridian twp................. 1,392 Onondaga twp................ 1,031 Stockbridge twp.............. 1,294 Stockbridge village......... 663 Vevay twp................... 817 Wvheatfield twp................... 724 White Oak twp.............. 841 'Williamston twp............. 1,909 Williamston village......... 1,042 Jackson County 53,426 Blackman twp................ 1,746 Columbia twp................ 1,577 Brooklyn village............ 602 Concord twp................... 1,307 Concord village............. 543 Grass Lake tvp............... 1,710 Grass Lake village......... 760 Hanover twp................. 1,246 Hanover village............. 364 Henrietta twp................ 973 Jackson city................. 31,433 Leoni twp.................... 1,408 Liberty twp................... 839 Napoleon twp................. 867 Norvell twp.................. 694 Parma twp................... 1,119 Parma. village.............. 509 Pulaski twp.................. 845 Rives twp................... 1,145 Sandstone twp................ 1,248 Spring Arbor twpo............ 923 Springport twp................ 1,344 Springport village........... 584 Summit twp.................. 1,175 Tompkins twp................ 875 W aterloo twp................. 952 Kalamazoo County 60,427 Alajno twp................... 1,069 Brady twp................... 1,269 Vicksburg village........... 1,624 Charleston twp................ 852 Augusta village............ 494 G1 alesburg village........... 656 Climax twp.................. 1,412 Climax village.............. 425 Comstock twp................. 1,918 Cooper twp................... 912 Kalamazoo city............... 39,437 Kalamazoo twp............... 3,050 Oshtemo twp................. 1,114 Pavillion twp................... 1,002 Portage twp.................. 846 Prairie Ronde twp............ 738 Richland twp................ 954 Richland village............ 278 Ross twp...................... 1,333 Schoolcraft twp............... 2,577 Schoolcraft village.......... 816 Texas twp.................... 799 Wakeshma twp............... 1,145 Kalkaska Countty 8,097 Boardman twp............... 1,240 Boardman village........... 524 Clearwater twp............... 8.78 Cold Springs twp............. 545 Excelsior twp................. 773 Garfield twp.................. 278 lialkaska twp................. 1,829 Klalkaska village............ 1,415 Oliver twp.................... 222 Orange twp.................. 534 Rapid River twp.............. 616 Springfield twp............... 535 WAilson twp................... 319 Township 25, range 5........ 34 Township 25, range 6......... 95 Township 26, range 5........ 74 Township 28, range 5......... 125 Kent County 159,145 Ada twp..................... 1,231 Algoma twp.................. 1,968 Rockford village............ 843 Alpine twp................... 1,436 Bowne twp................... 1,274 Byron twp.................... 2,043 Caledonia. twp................ 1,609 Caledonia village........... 422 Cannon twp.................. 937 Cascade twp.................. 1,219 Courtland twp................ 1,104 Gaines twp................... 1,311 Grand Rapids city........... 112,571 Grand Rapids twp............ 4,598 East Grand Rapids village.. 800 Grattan twp.................. 1,030 Lowell twp................... 3,179 Lowell village............. 1,761 Nelson twp................... 1,974 Cedar Springs village....... 947 Sand Lake village.......... 370 Oakfield twp.................. 838 Paris twp..................... 2,572 Plainfield twp................ 1,893 Solon twp.................... 1,556 Sparta twp................... 2,609 Lisbon village.............. 96 Sparta village.............. 1,203 Spencer township............. 1,016 Tyrone twp................... 1,766 Casnovia villake............ 308 Kent City village........... 467 Vergennes twp................ 889 W alker twp................... 2,558 Wyoming twp.................. 5,964 Grandville village........... 680 Deerfield twp................. Dryden twp.................. Dryden village.............. Elba twp..................... Goodland twp................ H adley twp.................. Imlay twp.................... Imlay City village........... Lapeer city................... Lapeer twp................... Marathon twp................. Columbiaville village........ Otter Lake village........... Mayfield twp............... Metamora twp................ Ifetamnora village............. North Branch twp............ North Branch village........ Oregon twnp................... R ich twp..................... Leelanau County 10,608 Bingham twp................. Centerville twp............... Cleveland twp................ Elmwood twp................ Em pire twp................'.. Emnpire village............. Glen Arbor twp............... IKasson twp.................. Leelanau twp................ Northport village........... Leland twp.................. Solon twp................... Suttons Bay twp............. Suttons Bay village......... Lenawee County 47,907 Adrian city.................. Adrian twp.................. Blissfield twp................ Blissfield village............. Cambridge twp................ Onsted village.............. Clinton twp.................. Clinton village............. Deerfield twp................... )eerfield village............ Dover twp.................... Clayton village........... Fairfield twp........... Franklin twp................ Iudson city................ Hiudson twp............. IM acon twp................... Hadison twp................ Medina twp.................. Ogden twp................... Palmyra twp................. Raisin twp.................... Ridgeway twp................ Britton village............... Riga twp..................... Addison village............. Rome twp.................... Seneca twp................... Mlorenci village............. Tecumseh twp................ Tecumseh village........... Woodstock twp............... Livingston County 17,736 1,018 1,230 371 830 893 1,074 2,222 1,174 3,946 787 1,554 369 273 1,018 1,045 276 1,704 717 907 1,110 744 1,051 586 744 1,212 578 550 838 1,668 524 1,248 766 1,201 402 10,763 1,665 2,305 1,474 1,281 398 1,475 1,011 1,393 443 1,279 372 1,909 1,194 2,178 1,244 1,013 1,318 1,419, 1,698 1,532 1,340 1,346 370 1,457 474 1,057 2,803 1,515 2,763 2,332 1,531 Manistee County 26,688 Arcadia twp.................. 994 Bear Lake twp.............. 1,584 Bear Lake village.......... 504 Brown twp................... 752 Cleon twp.................... 1,357 Copemish village........... 490 Dickson twp.................. 425 Filer tw p..................... 1,969 Manistee city................ 12,381 Manistee twp................. 2,990 -1Maple Grove twp............. 903 A arilla twp.................. 550 Onekama twp................ 784 Onekama village............ 324 Pleasanton twp............... 685 Springdale twp............... 581 Stronach twp................. 733 Marquette County 46,739 Champion twp............... 1,069 Chocolay twp................. 852 Ely twp...................... 922. Forsyth twp.................. 2,402 Humbodlt twp................ 604 Ishpeming city............... 12,448 Ishpeming twp............... 587 Marquette city............... 11,503 NMarquette twp................ 155 Ruichigamme twp............... 846 Negaunee cityw................ 8,460 Negaunee twp................ 157 Powell twp................... 736 Republic twp................. 2,420 Richmond tiwp................. 911 Sands twp................... 159 Skandia twp................. 546 Tilden twp.................... 1,150 Turin twp.................... 202 W ells twp.................... 306 West Branch twp............ 304 Mason County 21,832 Amber twp................... Branch twp.................. Custer twp................... Custer village............. Eden twp.................... Freesoil twp................. Grant twp................... Hamlin twp.................. Logan twp................... Ludington city.............. uMeade twp................... Pere Marquette twp.......... Riverton twp................. Scottville city................ Sheridan twp................. Sherman twp................. Summit twp.................. Victory tw p.................. Mecosta County 19,466 Aetna twp................... iM orley village.............. Austin twp................... Big Rapids city............... Big Rapids twp............... Chippewa twp................. Colfax twp................... Deerfield twp................. Fork twp.................... Barryton village............ Grant tw p................... Green twp................... Hinton twp.................. MIartiny twp.................. Mecosta twp................. Stanwood village........... Millbrook twp................ Miorton twp.................. Mfecosta village............. Sheridan twp................ WVheatland twp............... Ionia County 33,550 Belding city.................. Berlin twp.................... Boston twp................... Saranac village............ Campbell twp................ Danby twp................... Easton twp................... Ionia city.................... Ionia twp................... Lyons village............... Keene twp................... Lyons twp.................... M uir village................ Pewamo village.............. North Plains twp............. Odessa twp................... Lake Odessa village......... Orange twpN................... Orleans twp................. Otisco twp.................... Portland twp.................. Portland village............ Ronald twp.................. Sebewa twp................... losco County 9,753 Alabaster trp................. Au Sable city................ Au Sable twp................ Baldwin twp................... Burleigh twp................. East Tawas city.............. Grant twp.................... Oscoda twp..................... Oscoda village............. Plainfield twp................ Reno twp.................... Sherman twp................. Tawas city.................... Tawas twp................... Whittemore city.............. W ilber twp................... Iron County 15,164 Bates twp.................... Crystal Falls city............ Crystal Falls twp............ Hematite twp............... Iron River twp............... Iron River village............ Mansfield twp................ Mastodon twp................ Stambaugh twp............... Stambaugh village........... Isabella County 23,029 Broomfield twp.............. Chippewa twp............... Coe twp...................... Shepherd village............ Coldwater twp................ Deerfield twp.................. Denver twp................... Fremont twp.................. Gilmore twp.................. Isabella twp.................. Lincoln twp.................. Mount Pleasant city......... Nottawa twp................. Rolland twp................... Sherman twp.................. Union twp.................... Vernon twp................... W ise twp..................... 4,119 1,348 1,782 845 1,546 1,0'30 2,073 5,030 1,478 611 947 2,232 463 289 1,2,92 2,370 1,222 1,048 1,134 1,085 2,743 1,832 1,129 1,164 533 648 599, 312 632 1,452, 325 1,130 864 821 358 436 1,061 900, 218 328 573 3,775 1,638 1,115 3,085 2,450 355 385 4,238 1,322 787 1,018 2,138 835 1,010 1,062 981 1,106 760 1,642 1,194 3,972 1,562 1,217 908 1,30-2 1,239 1,131 Brighton twp................. Brighton village............ Cohoctah twp................ Conway twp.................. Deerfield twp................. Genoa twp................... Green Oak twp............... Hamburg twp................. Handy - twp................... Foflerville village............ Hartland twp................ Howell twp...................Howell village............. Iosco twp.................... M arion twp................... Oceola twp................... Putnam twp................. Pinckney village............ Tyrone twp.................. Unadilla twp................. 1,402 767 1,152 1,104 816 762 691 701 1,849 905 830 3,004 2,338 753 1,058 758 1,118 477 829 900 Luce County 4,004 Columbus twp................ 411 La.kefield twp................ 454 McMillan twp................ 1,811 Newberry village........... 1,182 Pentland twp................ 1,328 Mackinac County 9,249 KIeweenaw County 7,156 Allouez twp.................. Ahmeek village............ Eagle Harbor twp............ Houghton twp................ Grant twp.................... Sherman twp................. Lake County 4,939 Chase twp.................... Cherry Valley twp............ Dover twp.................... Eden twp.................... Elk township................. Ellsworth twp................. Luther village............... Lake township............... Newkirk twp................... Pinora twp.................... Pleasant Plains twp........... Baldwin village............. iMarlborough village.......... Sweet Water twp............. W ebber twp................... Lapeer County 26,033 Almont twp................... Almont village.............. Arcadia twp.................. Attica twp................... Burlington twp................ Clifford village.............. Burnside twp................. 5,672 766 193 448 258 585 999 239 373 103 221 799 626 201 624 336 690 502 57 149 205 Bois Blanc twp.............. Brevoort twp................. Clark twp.................... Garfield twp................. Hendricks twp................ Hudson twp................. Mackinac Island city......... Marquette. twp................ Moran twp................... Newton ttwp.................. Portage twp................... St. Ignace city.............. St. Ignace twp............... Macomb County 32,606 Armada twp.................. Armada village.............. Bruce twp.................... Romeo village............. Chesterfield twp.............. New Baltimore village...... Clinton twp.................. Fraser village............... Elrin twp................... Harrison twp................. Lenox twp.................... New Haven village.......... Richmond village........... Macomb twp................. Mount Clemens city.......... R ay twp..................... Richmond twp................. Memphis village............. Shelby twp................... Utica village............... Sterling twp.................. W arren twp.................. Warren village............. Washington twp............... 219 632 876 1,186 441 490 714 490 475 838 368 2,118 402 1,718 748 1,887 1,787 1,881 920 1,856 220 2,225 600 2,251 478 1,277 1,560 7,707 1,240 2,171 557 1,497 496 1,675 2,445 297 1,893 Menominee County 25,648 Cedarville twp................ Harris twp................... Holmes twp.................. Ingallston twp................ Mellen twp..................... Menominee city............... 1 Menomintee twp............... M eyer twp................... Nadeau twp.................. Spalding twp................. Stephenson twp.............. Daggett village............. Stephenson village.......... Midland County 14,005 Coleman city................. Edenville twp................ Geneva twp................... Greendale twp.................. Homer twp................... Hope twp.................... Ingersoll twp................. Jasper twp................... Jerome twp................... Larkin twp................... Lee twp...................... Lincoln twp.................. M idland city................. Midland twp................. Mills twp.................. Mount Haley twp............ Porter twp................... W arren twp................. Missaukee County 10,606 Aetna twp................... Bloomfield twp............... Butterfield twp............... Caldwell twp................. Clam Union twp............. Enterprise twp................ Forest twp................. Lake twp..................... Lake City village........... M cBain city.................. N'orwich twp.................. Pioneer twp.................. R eeder twp................... Richland twp................. Riverside twp................. West Branch twp............. 964 409 1,287 277 815 1,162 673 345 282 9,132 87 845 1,456 891 587 1,259 568 1,070 902 337 648 4,519 668 868 841 1,061 1,216 411 564 1,209 1,055 720 887 185 1,321 905 352 788 1,294 1,157 1,561 807 931 1,062 0,50-7 1,405 1,628 1,918 1,759 2,913 228 527 909 510 699 337 570 751 1,218 885 515 777 444 392 2,527 1,023 297 685 657 809 631 390 323 687 1,381 174 1,405 740 546 695 196 1,335 841 426 Erie twp..................... 1,477 Eixeter twp................... 1,550 M\aybee village............ 310. Frenchtown twp.............. 1,770 Ida twp...................... 1,653 LaSalle twp................... 1,293 London twp.................. 1,128 Milan twp.................. 1,943 Milan village.............. 1,355 M onroe city.................. 6,893 Monroe twp.................. 1,141 Raisinville twp.............. 1,693 Summerfield twp............. 2,008 Petersburg village.......... 490 W hiteford twp................ 1,686 Montcalm County 32,069 Belvidere twp................ 1,297 Bloomer twp.................. 2,040 Carson City village......... 808 Bushnell twp................. 1,178 Sheridan village............. 436 Cato twp.................... 1,976 Lakeview village............ 954 Crystal twp................... 1,475 D ay twp...................... 1,420 McBride village............ 236 Douglass twp................. 1,132 Eureka twp.................. 746 Evergreen twp................ 1,398 Fairplain twp................ 1,171 Ferris twp.................. 1,148 Greenville city................ 4,045 Home twp.................... 1,819 Edmore, village............ 752 Maple Valley twp............ 1,698 Montcalm twp................. 1,131 Pierson twp................... 1,129 Pierson village............. 183 Pine twp..................... 1,114 Reynold twp.................. 1,544 Howard Citn village........ 1,046 Richland twpt................ 1,200 Sidney twp................... 1,414 Stanton city.................. 1,012 Winfield twp.................. 982 Montmorency County 3,755 Albert twp................. 882 Avery twp.................... 182 Briley twp.................... 563 Hillman twp................. 834 Hillman village........... 411 Montmorency twp............. 500 Rust twp...................... 470 Vienna twp................... 324 Muskegon County 40,577 Blue Lake twp............... 143 Casnovia twp................. 1,686 Cedar Creek twp............... 397 Dalton twph.................. 822 E hgelston twp............... 377 Fruitland twp................ 783 Fruitport twp................. 958 Fruitport village........... 330 Holton twp................. 915 Laketon twp................... 343 Montague twp................ 1,315 Montague villagew........... 942 Moorland twp................. 711 Iuskegon city............... 24,062 MIuskegon twp................ 1,248 Muskegon I-Ieights city........ 1,690 North Mluskegon city......... 352 Norton twp.................. 919 Ravenna twp................. 1,439 Sullivan twp................. 413 Whitehall twp.................. 1,543 Wrhitehall village........... 1,437 Wohite River twp................461 Newaygo County 19,220 Ashland twp................. 1,570 Grant village.............. 428 Barton twp............... 611 Beaver twp.................. 643 Big Prairie twp.............. 449 Bridgeton twp................ 516 Brooks twp..................... 1,038 Newaygo village............ 1,207 Croton twp.................... 491 Croton village.............. 55 Dayton twp................... 2,415 Fremonct village.............. 2,009 Denver twp.................... 1,120 Hesperia village............ 462 Etosley twp................... 1,184 Everett twp.................... 438 Garfield twp.................. 1.410 Goodwell twp................. 405 Grant twp.................... 780 Home twp.................... 466 Lincoln twp.................. 454 IMonroe twp.................. 327 Norwich twp.................. 453 Sheridan twp................. 2,360 Sherman twp................. 780 Troy twp..................... 217 W ilcox twp................... 1,093 White Cloud village........ 648 Oakland County 49,576 Addison twp................. 1,043 Leonard village............. 313 Avon twp.................... 2,657 Rochester' villagee............ 1,516 Bloomfield twp............... 2,833 Birmingham village......... 1,607 Brandon twp................. 1,129 Ortonville village........... 377 Commerce twp................ 986 Farmington twp.............. 1,788 Farmington village......... 564 Groveland twp................ 772 Highland twp................ 1,040 Holly twp.................... 2,278 Holly village............... 1,537 Independence twp............ 1,144 Clarkston village............ 345 Lyon twp...................... 1,427 South Lyon village......... 615 Milford twp.................. 1,660 Milford village............. 973 Novi twp..................... 1,226 Oakland twp................. 702 Orion twp.................... 1,393 Orion village............... 717 Oxford twp................... 1,934 Oxford village.............. 1,191 Pontiac city................. 14,532 Pontiac twp.................. 953 Rose twp..................... 842 Royal Oak twp............... 2,801 Royal Oak village.......... 1,071 1,676 675 1,128 1,128 1,154 308 1,504 Monroe County 32,917 Ash twp..................... 1,840. Bedford twp.................. 2,213 Berlin twp................... 1,687 Dundee twp.................. 2,942 Dundee village.............. 1,070

Page  182b 182b POPULATION OF TOWNSHIPS, CITIES AND VILLAGES--Continued Southfield twp................ Springfield twp............... Troy twp.................... W aterford twp................ West Bloomfield twp......... White Lake twp.............. Oceana County 18,379 Benona twp.................. Claybanks twp................ Colfax twp................... Crystal twp.................. Elbridge twp................. Ferry twp.................... Golden twp................... Grant twp.................... Greenwood t-wp............... Hart twp.................... Hart village................ Leavitt twp................... Walkerville village.......... Newfield twp.................. Otto twp..................... Pentwater twp................. Pentwater village........... Shelby twp................... Shelby village.............. Weare twp................... Ogemaw County 8,907 Churchill twp................. Cumming twp................. Edwards twp................. Foster twp................... Goodar twp.................. Hill twp..................... Horton twp................... Klacking twp................. Logan tvwp.................... Richland twp................. Rose city.................... Rose twp.................... West Branch city............ West Brajnch twp............ Ontonagon County 8,650 Bohemia twp................. Carp Lake twp............... Greenland twp............... Haight twp................... Interior twp.................. McMillan twp................ Matchwood twp...........:... Ontonagon twp................ Ontonagon village........... Rockland twp................ Stannard twp................ Osceola County 17,889 Burdell twp.................. Tustin village............... Cedar twp................ Evart tvwp.................... Evart village............... Hartwick twp................. Hersey twp................... Hersey village............... Highland twp................. Le Roy twp.................. Le Roy village............. Lincoln twp.................. Marion twp................... Marion village.............. Middle Branch twp........... Orient twp................... Osceola. twp.................. Richmond twp................ Reed City village........... Rose Lake twp............... Sherman twp................. Sylvan twp................... Oseoda County 2,027 Big Creek twp................ Clinton twp............,..... Comins twp................. Elmer twp..................... Mentor twp.................. Otsego County 6,552 Bagley twp................... Gaylord village.............. Charlton twp................. Chester twp.................. Corwith twp.................. Vanderbilt village.......... 1,288 821 1,507 1,065 1,113 642 1,140 732 465 789 1,487 991 975 924 594 2,963 1,555 1,071 371 935 258 1,237 1,129 2,811 1,260 1,007 573 556 651 127 497 408 338 380 372 903 542 900 1,276 1,324 207 139 1,826 210 479 458 554 2,437 1,964 -1,842, 498 1,183 371 249 1,077 1,586 652 1,064 310 1,417 1,033 331 1,020 1,562 767 520 673 1,705 2,855 1,690 704 1,451 724 432 207 745 '396 247 1,420 1,538 462 323 1,085 525 Dover twp.................... Elmira twp................... Hayes twp................... Livingston twp................ Otsego Lake twp.............. 598 604 296 1,361 403 Ottawa County 45,301 Allendale twp................ 1,489 Blendon twp.................. 1,700 Chester twp.................. 1,459 Crockery twp................. 1,387 Georgetown twp............... 2,330 Grand Haven city............ 5,856 Grand Haven twp............ 843 Holland city................. 10,490 Holland twp.................. 3,558 Jamestown twp............... 1,994 Olive twp..................... 2,080 Polkton twp.................. 2,444 Coopersville village.......... 814 Robinson twp................. 899 Spring Lake twp............. 1,920 Spring Lake village......... 802 Tallmadge twp................ 1,342 Wright twp................... 1,659 Zeeland city.................. 1,982 Zeeland twp.................. 1,869 Burtchville twp............... Casco twp.................... China twp.................... Clay twp..................... Algonac village............. Clyde twp.................... Columbus twp................ Cottrellville twp............... East China twp.............. Emmet twp................... Enmmet village.............. Fort Gratiot twp............. Grant twp.................... Greenwood twp............... Ira twp..................... Kenockee twp................ Kimball twp.................. Lynn twp..................... M arine city................... Mussey twp.................. Capac village................ Port Huron city.............. Port Huron twp.............. Riley twp.................... St. Clair city................ St. Clair twp................. Wales twp.................... Yale city..................... 455 1,413 1,189 2,182 1,204 1791 964 1,070 327 1,005 292. 597 810 -987 1,040 1,171 1,151 818 3,770 1,743 761 18,863 1,934 1,324 2,633 1,306 1,348 1,223 Presque Isle County 11,249 Allis twp.................... Bearinger twp................ Belknap twp.................. 1 Bismarck twp................. Case twp.................... Millersburg village......... K1rakow twp.................. Metz twp.................... Moltke twp................... North Allis twp.............. Ocquecoc twp................. Onawa-y city.................. 2 Posen twp.................... 1 Posen village............... Presque Isle twp............. Pulawski twp.................. Rogers twp.................... Rogers village.............. Roscommon County 2,274 Backus twp................... Denton twp.................. Gerrish twp................... Higgins tiwp.................. Roscommon village.......... M1arkey twp.................. Nester twp.................. Richfield twp................. Roacommon twp............... 546 244,255 285 866 519 455 700 506 455 397 2,702,296 263 105 459 978 705 85 76 337 503 425 197 239 401 436 Stt. Joseph County 25,499 Burr Oak twp................ Burr Oak village............ Colon twp.................... Colon village............... Constantine twp..............,Constantine village.......... Fabius twp................... Fawn River twp.............. Florence twp.................. Flowerfield twp............... Leonidas twp................. Lockport twp................. Mendon twp.................. Mendon village............. Mottville twp................. Nottawa twp................. Centreville village........... Park tvwp..................... Sherman twp................. Sturgis' city.................... Sturgis twp................... Three Rivers city............. White Pi-eon twp........... White Pigeon village........ 1,559 752 1,712 853 1,910 1,244 783 521 651 954 1,154 680 1,600 768 494 1,511 613 824 691 3,635 498 5.072 1,250 667 Schoolcraft County 8,681 Cusino twp................... 293 Doyle twp..................... 524 Germfask twp................. 504 1Hiawatha twp..........:-.... 568 Inwood twp................... 374 Manistique city............... 4,722 2Aanistique twp............... 499 Mueller twp.................. 318 Seney t-wp.................... 126 Thompson twp................ 753 Shiawassee County 33,246 Antrim twp................. 810 Bennington twp............... 1,031 Burnsg twp.................... 1,332 Byron village............... 427 Caledonia twp................ 1,404 Corunna city................. 1,384 Fairfield twp................. 885 Hazelton twp................. 1,595 Middlebury twp.............. 794 New Haven twp............... 1,411 Owosso city................... 9,639 Owosso twp................... 1,230 Perry twp.................... 1,977 Morrice village.............. 470 Perry village............... 720 Rush twp..................... 1,131 Sciota twp.................... 1,384 Laigsbury village........... 703 Shiawasse twp................ 1,517 Bancroft village............ 543 Venice twp................... 1,201 Vernon twp................... 3,772 Durand village............. 2,315 Vernon village.............. 435 Woodhull twp................ 749 Tuscola County 34,913 Akron twp.................... 2,274 Almer twp.................... 1,256 Arbela twp................... 1,053 Columbia tvwp................. 1,973 Unionville village........... 456 Dayton twp................... 1,201 Denmark twp................. 2,091 Reese village................ 465 Elkland twp............:...... 2,042 Cass City village.......... 1,126 Ellington twp................. 879 Elnwood twp.................. 1,669 Gagetown village............ 358 Fairgrove twp................ 2,034 Fairgrove village........... 437 Fremont twp.................. 1,718 Mayville village............. 687 Gilford twp................... 1,301 Indian Fields twp............ 2,993 Caro village................ 2,272 Juniata twp.................. 1,042 Kingston twp................. 1,235 Kingston village......... 1.. 502 Kioylton twp.................. 935 Millington twp................. 1,575 MAillington village........... 623 Novesta township.............. 1,021 Tuscola twp.................. 1,178 Vassar twp................... 2,560 Vassar village.............. 1,659 Watertown twp............... 1,179 Wells twp.................... 881 Wisner twp................... 823 Van Buren County 33,185 Alemna twp.................. 868 Antwerp twp.................. 2,320 Lawton village.............. 1,042 Arlington twp................ 1,500 Bangor village.............. 1,158 Bangor twD.................. 2,424 Bloomingdaie twp............. 2,011 Bloomingdale village........ 501 Gobleville village........... 537 Columbia twp................. 1,473 Breedsville village.......... 219 Covert twp................. 1,522 Decatur twp.................... 2,10'6 - Decatur village............. 1,286 Geneva twp.................... 1,426 Hamilton twp................. 952 Hartford twp................. 2,597 Hartford village............ 1,268 IKeeler twp................... 1,037 Lawrence twp................ 1,764 Lawrence village....'........ 663 Paw Paw twp................ 2,779 Paw Paw village............ 1,643 Pine Grove twp................ 1,522 Porter twp................... 994 South Haven city............ 3,577 South Haven twp............. 1,218 Waverly twp.................. 1,095 Washtenaw County 44, 714 Ann Arbor city.............. 14,817 Ann Arbor twp............... 989 Augusta twp.................. 1,485 Bridgewater twp.............. 961 Dexter twp................... 543 Freedom twp................. 924 Lima twp.................... 875 Chelsea village.............. 1,764 Lodi twp....................... 1,053 Saline village.:............. 816 Lyndon wtp.................. 528 Manchester twp............... 1,848 Manchester village.......... 1,047 Northfield twp................ 1,156 Pittsfield twp................. 970 Salem twp.................... 1,034 Saline twp................... 1,617 Scio twp..................... 1,642 Dexter village.............. 726 Sharon twp.................. 897 Superior township............. 917 Sylvan twp................... 2,409 - WVebster twp.................. 734 York twp..................... 2,003 Ypsilanti city................. 6,230 Ypsilanti twp................. 1,082 Wiyne County 531,591 Brownstown tvwp.............. 2,045 Canton twp.................. 1,113 Dearborn twp................. 2,761 Dearborn village............ 911 Detroit city................... 465,766 Ecorse tp..................... 9,398 Ecorse village............... 1,063 Ford Ciyt village........... 1,689 Oakwood village............ 781 River Rouge village......... 4,163 Gratiot twp................... 1,900 St. Clair Heights village.... 1,252 Greenfield twp................ 4,995 Highland Park village...... 4,120 Grosse Pointe twp............ 3,579 Grosse Pointe village........ 830 Grosse Pointe Farms village. 862 Grosse Pointe Park village.. 290 Hamtramck twp................ 7,122 Hamtramnck village.......... 3,559 Huron twp................... 1,690 Livonia, twp................... 1,365 L\onguagon twp.............. 3,367 Trenton village.............. 1,224 Nankin twp................... 3,966 Wayne village.............. 1,263 Northville twp................ 2,274 Northville village........... 1,665 Plymouth twp................ 2,248 Plymouth village............ 1,671 Redford twp.................. 2,176 Redford village............. 328 Romulus twp................. 1,538 Sprlngwells t-wp............... 1,835 Sumpter twp.................. 1,228 Taylor twp................... 1,238 Van Buren twp.............. 1,700 Belleville village............ 486 Wyandotte city............... 8,287 Saginaw County 89,290 Albee twp.................... Birch Run twp.............. Blumfied twp................ Brady twp.................... Oakley village.............. Brant twp.................... Bridgeport twp............... Buena Vista twp.............. Carrollton twp................ Chapin twp................... Cheasaning twp.............. Cheasaning village......... Frankenmuth twp............. Frankenmuth village........ Fremont twp.................. James twp................... Jonesfield twp................ Merrill village............... Kochville twp................. Lakefield twp................. Maple Grove twp............ Marion twp................. Richland twp................. Saginaw city.................. Saginaw twp................ St. Charles twp............... St. CIfarles village.......... Spaulding twp................ Swan Creek twp.............. Taymouth twp................. Thomn as twp.................. Tittabawassee twp............. Zilwaukee two................ 1,095 1,422 1,481 1,453 237 1,162 1,704 3,737 2,128 757 2,529 1,363 2.014 693 1,149 607 1,337 505 840 788 1,382 641 1,676 50,510 1,454 3,064 1,451 532 573 1,616 1,162 1,736 741 Sanllac County 33,930 Argyle twp................... Austin twp................... Bridgehampton twp............ Carsonville village........... Brown city................... Buel twp..................... Croswell. city.................. Custer twp................... Delaware twp.................. Forestville village............ Elk twp...................... Peck village................ Elmer twp.................... Evergreen twp................ Flynn twp.................... Forester twp.................. Fremont twp................... Greenleaf twp................. Lamotte twp.................. Lexington twp................ Lexington village........... Maple Valley twp............. Miarion twp.................. Deckerville village;......... Mariette twp.................. Marlette village............. Minden twp.................. Minden City village........ M oore twp.................... Sandusky city................ Sanilac twp.................. Port Sanilac' village........ Speaker twp.................. Melvin village.............. Washington twp.............. Applegate village........... Watertown twp................. iWheatland twp............... Worth twp................... 1,203 966 1,207 401 690 1,112 1,380 1,052 1,516 234 1,320 274 833 1,094 955 687 1,043 842 1,043 1,641 519 1,019 1,755 628 2,438 1,062 990 332 1,093 993 1,385 216 1,229 242 1,508 155 985 915 1,036 Wexford County 20,769 Antioch twp................ Sherman village............ Boon twp.................... Harrietta village............ Cadillac city................. Cedar Creek twp............. Mfanton village............. Cherry Grove twp............ Clam Lake twp............... Colfax twp................... Greenwood twp............... HIanover twp.........:........ Buckley village............. Harring twp.................. Henderson ttwp............... Lfberty twp................... Selm a twp.................... Slagle twp.................... South Branch twp............ Springville twp.................N esick village.............. Wexford twp................. 640 260 1,153 336 8,375 2,129 1,069 481 954 754 432 812 464 418 253 370 823 486 380 1,390 510 919 St. Clair County 52,341 Berlin twp................... 1,214 Brockway twp................ 953

Page  183 Agriculture-United States Farm Property-Average Value of Each Class of Farm Property per Acre of Land in Farm Land and Farm Property Farms, With Increases, by Divisions and States: 1910 and 1900. -Averages per Farm by Divisions and States: 1910 and 1900. I I, 11 I 1 It I I I I I ALL FARMI PROPERTY. LAND. DIVISION OR STATE.!. J! 1910 1900 Increase. Amt. Per ct. 1910 $32.40 1900 Increase. Amt. Pcr ct. i= 1910 1900 BLILDINGS. c "Per ct. of in-.rease. 69.8 1910! 19CO Per ct. of increase. 61.8 1 IMPLEMENTS AND M] MICHINERY. LIVE STOCK. - it!I ----------- 1 1910 $5.60 1900 $3.67 Per ct. of increase. 52.6 United States...1 $46.64 $24.37 1$22.27 91.4 $15.57 1 $16.83 1 108.1 $7.20 1 $4.24 S1.44 1 $0.89 V.Pe~F~~ n Tr.P\AP CIT\f T---t- MVMAV.--- ll--] -- I--- == == il---~l----!---====II: I %jXAJ ljlt rUIU VIVII V i-L. 1,-. I I I New England....... Middle Atlantic.... East North Central. West North Central. South Atlantic..... East South Central. West South Central. Mountain........... Pacific............. NEW ENGLAND: Maine.....,......... New Hampshire.'.. Vermont........... Massachusetts...... Rhiode Island....... Connecticut........ MIDDLE ATLANTIC: New York.......... New Jersey......... Pennsylvania...... EAST NORTH CENTRAL: Ohio............... Indiana........... Illinois............. Michigan........... Wisconsin.......... "WVEST NORTH CENTRAL: Minnesota.......... Iowa............... Missouri........... North Dakota...... South Dakota...... Nebraska........... Kansas............. SOUTH ATLANTIC: Delaware...........Maryland.......... District of Colum bia Virginia............ West Virginia...... North Carolina..... South Carolina..... 3eorgia........... Florida............. "EAST SOUTHI CENTRAL: Kentucky.......... Tennessee.......... Alabama........... Mississippi........ "VW EST SOUTH CENTRAL: Arkansas..-........ Louisiana.......... Oklahoma.......... Texas.............. "MOUNTAIN: Montana........... Idaho.............. Wyoming.......... Colorado.......... 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T2 4.80 3.78 7.21 5.02 7.39 5.69 6.48 4.73 8.31 5.54 9.55 6.20 7.61 5.29 16.74 41.63 10.41 26.81 8. 77 S33.97 29.28 i 12.99 S44.18 I 35.23 i! 47. 16 It I 34.3 41.3 88.1 75.0 83.0 29.5 104.3 112.5 151.6 92.2 152.9 90.0 68.2 257. 5 85.9 65.7 93.2 73.8 77.0 i I 8.19 8.16 9.4Q 7.2A 7.53 5.84 11.58 8.26 3.81 4.89 5.75 5.84 6.56 6.44 25.21 3.84 4.32 2.79 3.34 2.98 3.92 5.29 5.52 3.16 4.05 4.25 4.28 5.28 2.83 6.32 9.42 7.68 5.18 3.86 20.90 8.47 7.08 4.17 5.09 4.57 5.14 5.07 5.91 4.50 4.85 3.39 8.06 4.72 2.73 3.42 4.86 4.58 3.86 4.03 14.76 2.11 2.87 1.32 1.44 1.33 2.56 3.35 2.99 1.75 2.34 2.25 2.61 4.19 1.91 4.40 6.76 4.82 5.27 6.18 8.03 5.22 4.74 2.C1 3.37 2. 33 36.5 47.4 59.2 37.8 89.8 72.2 53.1 24.1 76.9 47. 1 25.7 25. 7 28.6 43.6 29.9 37.0 50.0 54.0 43.9 59.3 60.9 60.6 61.8 55.3 72.3 43.7 75.0 39.6 43.0 18.3 27.5 69.9 59.8 70.8 82.0 50.5 111.4 131.9 124.1 53.1 57.9 84.6 80.6 73.1 88.9 64.0 26.0 48.2 43.6 39.3 59.3 1.7 -37. 5 160.3 62.3 49.4 59.8 51.0 96.1 L United States... GEOGRAPIHIC DIVISIONS: j New England....... Middle Atlantic..... East North Central.. West North Central. South Atlantic...... East South Central.. West South Central. Mountain........... Pacific.............. NEW ENGLAND: Maine.............. New ITampshire..... Vermont............ Massachusetts....... Rhode Island........ Connecticut........... MIDDLE ATLANTIC: New York.......... New Jersey......... Pennsylvania....... EAST NORTIH CENTRAL: Ohio............... Indiana............. Illinois.............. Michigan............ Wisconsin........... WEST NORTH CENTRAL: Minnesota.........., Iowa............... Missouri............ North Daklota....... South Dakota....... Nebraska............ ----.--. ---- ---------I- F 138.1 146.2 75.2 104.4 92.2 105.0 209.6 93.3 78.2 179.3 324.5 270.3 107.1 92.4 102.4 189.5 108.4 89.9 233.8 457.9 334.8 I! 38.4 62.6 79.2 148.0 43.6 42.2 61.8 86.8 116.1 72.2 42.4 63.4 76.3 127. 9 47.9 44.'5 52.7 82.9 132.5 $6.444 4,593 6,319 9,007 12,195 2,654 2,094 4,069 9,581 14,643 $3.563 3,33;3 4,759 5,004 5,488 1,511 1.324 2,146 5,934 7,$64 3,122 6,437 9,057 1,694 1,273 2,880 6,402 1i.829 2,512 3,498 3,670 935 784 1,264 2,803 5,953 2,094 1,462 1,407 542 394 437 791 1,221 1,501 827 715 319 250 2.15 538 798 I.... I!..........1 - ~1-- 1-- --- -- - 104.9 120.1 142.6 77.9 83.8 81.5 102.2 76.9 84.8,88.6 98.8 129.1 91.5 11S.9 177.3 156.3 124.8 382.3 35.1 297.8 Kansas............... 244.0 SOUTiH ATLANTIC: Delaware............ 95.9 Maryland........... 103.4, District of Columbia, 27.9 Virginia............. 105.9, West Virginia....... 103. 7 North Carolina...... 88.4 South Carolina....... 76 Georgia.......... 92.6 Florida............... 105.0 EAST SOUTII CENTRAL: Kentucky........... 85.6 Tennessee........... 81.5 Alabama............ 78.9 Mississippi.......... 67.6 WrEST SOUTH CENTRAL: Arkansas............ 81.1 Louisiana........... 86.6 Oklahoma...........' 151.7 Texas................. 269.1 MOUNTAIN:I Montana............ 516.7 Idaho...........--... 171.5 Wyoming....-..... 777.0 Colorado........... 293.1 New Mexico........ 315.9 Arizona............ 135.1 Utah.............. 156.7 Nevada............, 1,009.6 PACIFIC:' Washington....... 208.4 Oregon................ 256.8 California............].316.7 106.2 123.1 142. 7 83.4 82.9 85.8 99.9 82.0 86.4 88.5 97.4 12.1.2 86.4 117.0 169.7 151.2 119.3.342.9 362.4 246.1 240.7 110.1 112.4 31.6 118.6 114.7 101.3 90.0 117.5 106.9 93.7 90.6 92.7 82. 6 93.1 95.4 1212.9 357.2 885.9 183.4 1,333.0 383.6 416.8 333.2 212.4 1,174.7 256.0 281.0 397.4 39.3 34.3 50.0 31.5 33.7 36.9 68.8 53.9 57.8 70.7 78.6 111.4 62.0 67.2 125.8 135.9 88.7 275.1 203.8 188.0 168.2 65.8 68.6 23.7 53.6 57.1 34.7 34.6 42.3 36.1 55.4 44.3 36.9 32.8 37.6 43.8 92.3 65.5 138.9 90.2 114.3 93.2 41.1 38.0 63.1 279.7 113.4 93.9 129.1 40.3 36.7 64.2 34.3 34.1 39.5 68.8 57.1 58.9 69.5 75.2 104.9 58.0 66.2 119.2 130.8 80.4 212.8 214.5 151.7 144.7 77.8 76.4 22.1 60.1 59.2 37.1 37.2 47.2 37.0 58.6 45.6 38.8 34.4 38.9 40.2 i79.4 55.6 129.9 SOAO 130.0 92.1 26.6 43.8 53.2 262.3 104.4 92.9 164.9 3,320 3,833 4,445 6,135 6,234 5,944 6,732 7,610 5,715 6,994 8,396 15,505 5,201 7,978 9,450 17,259 7,405 13,109 15,018 16,038 11,467 5,830 5,849 39,062 3,397 3, 205 2,119 2,223 1,995 2,G863 2.98( 2,490 1,408 1,554 1,864 2,499 4,828 5,311 13,269 9,911 15,217 10,645 4,469 8,142 6,957 22,462 11,346 11,609 18, 30S 2, 064 2, 927 3,276 4, 843 4,909 4,205 4,718 5,470 4,690 4,333 4,410 7,588 3,396 4,781 5,100 8,023 3, 026 5,631 5,654 6,155 4,992 4,201 4,448 42,S82 1,927 2,196 1,041 989 1,016 1,321 2,007 1,519 804 925 1,015 1,'712 12,570 2,733 8,815 3,850 11,071 6,520 4,367 5,163 3,878 13,129 4,338 4,821 10,98O 1,441 1,646 I,7s85 2,859 2,836 2,693 3,283 3,707 2,875 4,727 6.164 12,270 2,973 5,148 6,527 12,910 5,216 9,822 11,625 12,450 8,648.3,224 3, 3411 33,152 2;,1456 2.142 1,352 1,523 1,273 1,874 1,869 1.510 825 926 I,146 1,558 3,413 3,909 8,651 7,140 8,092 7,858 2,770 4,590 4,590 13,119 9,208 9,048 14,935 832 1,211 1,384 2,305 2,441 1,946 2,431 2,694 2,566 2,953 3,099 5,732 2, 084 3,125 3,616 5,497 2,441 3,824 3,596 4,004 3,074 2,454 2,616 36,060 1,195 1,446 632 642 616 755 1,241 899 449 520 588 929 11,383 1,G680 3,939 2,031 3,845 3,658 1,407 1,905 2,070 6,079 2,991 3,157 8,691 1,219 1,530 1,657 2, 401 2,442 2,466 2,212 2,177 1,873 1,354 1,235 1,717 1,381 1,636 1,558 2,098 975 1,241 1,320 1,533 1,122 1,681 1,00 4,781 747 593 447 363 374 488 583 444 271 292 294 413 471 503 948 815 820 90 365 535 833 1,611 971 964 1,513 795 1,181 1,125 1,885 1,765 1,669 1,486 1,998 1,440 793 694 952 782 916 713 1,053 521 5G1 588 749 644 1,101 1,191 5,850 423 366 235 174 200 2,14 387 281 154 168 168 288 198 285 700 391 579 648 290 390 549 1,071 491 536 1,068 241 217 311 313 337 258 388 391 323 188 190 293 241 299 335 440 183 590 435 341 272 296 242 426 98 73 73 80 72 89 80 87 62 62 79 157 142 136 402 340 334 277 116 194 206 586 297 290 414 148 176 228 234 231 184 247 269 227 132 123 170 142 172 195 253 100 310 232 205 170 222 187 506 59 54 40 43 44 48 65 68 39 44 49 246 197 85 275 188 224 102 93 132 151 407 189 182 294 419 440 692 "562 619 528 849 734 645 725 807 1,226 6GG66 895 1,035 1,811 1,031 1,456 1,639 1,714 1,426 629 666 704 407 4-18 247 256 276 412 453 450 250 274 343 371 801 763 3,268 1,G16 5,971 1,520 1,219 2,823 1,325 7,1415 870 1,307 1,447 It ' 358 239 332 88 72 127 269 350 239 147.186 55 54 103 186 211 745 869 1,398 330 354 625 2,119 1,242 1910 1900 1910 1900 11 1910 1 1900 I AVERAGE ACRES PER FARM. DIVISION OR STATE. AVERAGE VALUE PER FARM. All farm land.. prod nd, All far property. Land. Bldings. m e Livestock. *II~Nmu~d. I i anri. ) B~ and machinery, oe~ 1910 1 1900 11910 c ---.--p--------.tC- --- ---L-- t--~-LI~C~ -I' I LI._ _ I _u-_ I I _I 1 ~ 289 "30O 539 419 472 406 554 508 457 455 494 734 389 567' 576 1,220 564 936 1,238 1,196 1,103 424 454 466 250 329 134 130 157 274 514 271 162 193 210 249 1891 683 3,901 1,240 6,423 2,022 2,577 2,676 1,108 5,572 GC67 946 i 928 00 w1 1900 1910 1 1900' 1910 11900 506 532 917 202 236 534 2,406 871 $4,476 | $2,276 '$994 [ $620 ] $199 [ $131 | $774 $536 2,04 -'1,477 - 1 276 2 69 1 0 --- 519 | 390 2,ff2:4-.1,477 T- 1,782 - ~,276 ( 269 Ij 19 519 390" 1.43 10.74 j 96.9 1.13 0.65 77, 7 1. 31 0.74 I I i i __r ~ rA minus sign (-) denotes dujreasp.l I Includes Indian Territory.

Page  184 184 AB B WICIEUGAN. Areac, 57,9-w sq. 912'. P0jP11a-*i~ii1, 2.1810,17i3. COUNTIllESE COUNTY. CO. SEAT. INDEX. POP Aiconaz, Hairri 'sville... L 28 5,7i03 &lger~, Munising..... E 19 7,675 Alleganu, Allegaii..... T21 39,819 Alpena, Alpena.......J 28 19,965 linti-iin, Bellaire...... K 23 15,692 Arenrac, Standish.... N 27 9,640 B2araga, L'Anse.......D 14 6,127 Barry, Hastings....... T 23 f22,633 Batv. Bay City......... P 27 68,238 Benzie. 'Hunur....... L20 10.0'38 Berrietn, Sailnt JosephW 19 53,622 Branch, Coldwater... W 23 25.605 Calhoun, Marshall....U 24 56,638 Cass, Cassopolis...... W 20 20,624 Charlevoix, Charlevoix JT 2 3 19.1575 Cheboygan, CheboyganH 25 17,87% (,hippewa, SaultSte. Marie..F 25 24,472 Clare, Harrison...... N 24 9,2400 Clinton, St. Johns..... S 2 i 23,129 Crawford, Grayling...L 24 3,934 Delta, Escanaba...... G 8 30,108 Dickinson, I ion Mt... H 15 20,524 Eaton, Charlotte...... T 24 30,499 Emmet, Petoskey.... H24 18,561 Genesee, Flint......... R27 64,555 Gladwin, Gladwin.... 0 25 8,413 Gogebic, Bessemer.... E 9 23,333 Grand Tr~averse, T-averse City.. L 22 23,784 Gr~atiot, Ithaca........ Q25 28,820 Hillsdale.. Hillsdale...W 25 29,67 3 Tloughton, Hioughton.C 13- 88,098 duieon, Bad Axe..... 0 29 34,758 Inghai~n, Mason....... T 25 53,3tO Ionia. Ionia........... S 23 33,550 losco, Tawas City.... M 27 9,153 Ir~on, Crystal Falls.... F 14 15, t64 Isabella, Mt. PleasantP 24 23,029 Jacksoin, Jackson.....V 25 53,426 K~alamazoo, KalainazooS 21 60,427 KIalkaska, K~alktaska.. L 23 8,097, Kenat, Grand Rapids.. S 21 159, 145 Kieweenaw, Eagle River..B 14 7,156 Lake. Baldwin....... 021 4,939 Lapeer,Lapeer......... 11 29 26,033 Leelanau, Leland..... K21 10,608 Lenawe~e, Adrian....W 26 47,907 Livingston, Howell.... T 27 17,1'36 Luce, Newberry...... E 22 4,OU4 Mackinac, St. Igna~ce. F 22 9,249 Macomb, Mt. ClemensT 30 32,606 Manistee, Masnistee-.M 20 26,688 Mlarquette, MarquetteE 16 46,739 Mason, Ludington....0)20 21,832 Mecobta, Big Rapids... P 22 19,4166 Menoininee. Menominee..1 16 25,648 Midlandc, Midlland.... P 26 14,005 Missauikee, Lake City. M 23 10,606 Monr~oe, Monroe..... W 29 32,917 Montcalm. Stanton... Q23 32,0699 Montmorency, AtlanltaK 26 3,7155 Muskegon, Muskeg~on.1120 40,.5' 7 New-aygo, W~hite uloud(d, 21 19.2w0 Oaklanid, Pountiac..... T29 49.576 Oceana, Hart........... P 1 18,3799 Ogemnaw, W~estBraRnchN 26 8,907 OiitonagonOiitoiiagoiiE 11 8,650 Osceola, Hersey...... 0 22 17,889 Oscoda, Miio......... L 26 2,o27 Otsego, Gatylord...... K -21 6,552 Ottawat, Grand Haven R 20 45,301 Pi-esque Isle, Rogers..I 27 11,249 Roscomnmon, Roscommon-AlR~ 24 2.274 Sa-ginaw, Saginaw.... Q 26 89,290 SaintCltir, Port HuronS 31 52.341 Saint Joseph, *Centerville-.W 22 25,4i99 Saulilac, Sandusky....Q 30 33,930 Abbottsford, S a n Clair............... SS30 25 Abitos~se, Gogebic.....E 9 x Abronia, (r. d. Otsego) Allegan.............U 21 x Ab~scota, Calboun...... 40 Ackcerson Lake, Jackso~n...........,....V 25 x Acme, Grand Traverse...... %....... L22 ~ 100 Ada, Kent;......... S ý2 300 *6': ~ utCli.... S 31 200 AdamS- ville' (r. d. Ed wardsburg) Cass WCT20 100 Addison. Lenawee..W 26 474 AdldisonLs, Wayne.......... x Adrian, Lenawee. W 26 11,234 Advance, (r. d. Boyne) Chai-levoix.......... J 23 50 Adven~tur'e, OtonagonD 12 x 'Aetna, r. d. Hesperia) Newaygo........... P 21 x Afton. Cllleboygen.... 25 100 Agiiew, (r. d. Grand Haven) Ottawa\.....S 20 125 -Agr~icultur~al C'ollege, Ingham.......;......... x Ahineek, Kieweenaw. B 14 7166 Ainger. (r. d. Olivet; R~. R. namee Olivet Station) Eaton......... J 24 100 Aitken, (r'. d. Croswell) Sanilac............ Q 30 50 Alker's Poinzt, Barry...... x Akr1on, Tuscola...... P 28 475 Akrono1 Coal Mine, Tuscola................. 28 x Alabaster, losco,..... N 27 600 Alabanster Junction, I(osio.............. N 28 X Alamandd, (r. d. Cole~ inan) A~lidland..... P 25 X Alamo, Kalainazoo..... 21 120 Alanson, Emmnett.....1 24 4'73 Alaska. (r. d. Caledonia) X Kealt................ S22 300 Alba, Aiitrim n........ 23 600 Albion, Calhlroun_... V 21 5,833 Alcona, (r. d. Har~risville) Alcona....... L28 72 Alden, Anltrim l...... K 22 600 ALcier, Alger.............. X Alderson, Newaygo... 021 65 klemble, (r. d. Mt.. Pleasant) -Isabella. P 24 75 ZLo-Ue-Uv IND~EX OF MIICHIGAN, Alert, (r~. dl. Orion) Oakland....... 29 x Alexandeý,,~ C r~awf rcI L 24 x Alfired, Berrien...... W 1.8 x Alftred, Dickinson.... F 16 100 Algfansee, (r. d. Quincy)) B ranch............. 24 50 Alger, Arnc....26 250 Algonac, Saint Clair. T 31 1,204 Alicia, (R. R. naine Prairire Farin2) Saginaw................. Q 26 150 Allegan, Allegan.. T 21 3,419 Allegacn Jun~ction, Allegan........... 'Allen, Hillsdale.... WT24 550 Allen, Washteiiaw..... x Allencreek, (r. 6 Walkerville) Ocea n C. 20 x Allendale, Ottawa~.... S 20 200 Allenton, Saint Cla~ir. S 30 150 Allenville, Mlack-cinac.G 24 100 Allis., (r. d. Onaway; R. R. naine Conove, s) Presqlue Isle........ 1 25 x Allouez, K~eweenaw.. B 4 1,103 Allouez fill, Kieweenaw.............,.. B 14 x Alma, Gratiot........ Q, 24 2,757 Alvzar Waslitenaw........ x Almena, (r. d. Paw Paw) Van. Btiren...U 21 40 Almont, L Ip1t)r...er f 29 675 Aloha, Cheboygan.... 125 151 Alpena, AII~ena.... J 28 13,089 Alpena c;e~iLntion 9 Alpena................ 128 Alphat, Iron........... G 1 50 Alpine, K~ent......... R 21 50 Alston, H~oughton....I) 13 19000 Alto, K~ent........... S 22 350 Altona, Meccosta..... P 22 150 Alver~no. Cheboygan..H 25 45 Alwalrd, (r. d. Glad-w in) Clare............... 024 x Amador~e, Sanilac....Rn31 150 Amasa, Iron.......... F 13 400 Amber, (r. d. Scottsville) MIason....... 019 155 Amble, Montcalm...Qa 22 10o, Amboy, (r. d. Frontier) Hillsdale........... W25 x Aines-, Menuominee.... 1 16 x Ainelith. (r. d.,W. Bayy City) Bay......... P 26 501 Amsden, (r. d. Sheridan) M~ontcalm...-. R 23 100 Amy, Oakland....... T 29 180 Anchorville, Saint Clair.............. T 30 420 Anderson, Hui-on.... 029 x AnldersonL, Livingston................ U 26 200 Angell, Grand Trpaverse............... K 22 50 Anzgling, K~alkaqska... L 23 x Anzgola, Wex~ford........, 150) Ann Arbor, Wastitenaw.............. U 27 14,948 Anthony~r, Houghton.E 13 x Antlerss Marqluette...D 16 x Antoine, Die~kinson.,H 15 x Anltrimn, Antrim..... K 23 xc Appin, (r. d. Ubly) Huron........P 29 25 Applegate, Sanilac...Qt 30 155 Appleton Minipe, D~ickson.................. R 15 x Aragon Jc.,DickensonHl5 x Arbela, (r. d. U~lio) Tuscola............ Rr 28 x Arbutus. (r~.d. Beaver- - ton) Gla~l\win....... 0 25 x Ar~cadia, M~anistee.. N 2o 400 Archie, (r. - d. Traverse City) Grand Traverse........... K 22 x Arden, (r~. d. Berrien Springs) Berrieni...V 19 40 Ardis, Missatikee.... M 23 Ardis Junlctionz, M~issaukee............. M9 23 x Arenac, (r. d. Stanldish)) Arenac,...........,. 0271 150 Ar~endal, (r. d.. Nanistee) Mianistee....... NIl 20 25 ArgenLta, (PI. 0. name Silver creeký AlleeanU,22 5 0 waygo.............. Q 21 50 Ashley, Gratiot...... R~ 25 513 Ashinore, (r. d. Unionville.) Tuscola....... P 28 25 Ashton, Osceola..... 0 22 200 Askel, Houghton.....CC 13 75 Assinin8,, Baraga..... D 13 140 Assyria, Barry......U 23 50 As~gluni, Luce........ F12 X Athens, Calhoun....V 23 6bl Athertona, liuron.....0 30, X Atkins, Saint Clair... R 31 50 Atkinso n Iron....... F 13 X Atlanta, Montmorency............... K 26 2 ýO Atlantic M~ine. (R. R. nam e Atlantic) SHoughton.......... C 13 100 Atlas, Genesee....... S28 175 Attica, Lapeei........ R 29 400 Atkinson, Imm ~...... F 13 X Atwaucter, Huron...... P 29 X Atwood, (r~. d. Centr~al Lake) Antriin.......J 22 30 Atwood.. Tuscola.....P 28 X Auburn, Bay......... P 26 300 Au Gres, Ar~enac..... N 27 252 Augustat, Katlaina~zoo. tT 22 494 Aurelius, (r. d. Mason) Inghain............ T 25 150 Au Sable, (Sta. Oscoda P. 0.) losco........ M 28 64F, Austa, (r. d. Marion) Clare....,............... Austerlitz' (r. d. Belmnont) i~ent...... R 22 75 Austin, (r., d. Holly) Oakland............S 28 X I Austin,1L Wayne....,....... X AAimtin Lake, Kalamnazoo.... II... i I o I.... V V2 X Au. Train, Algei...... E18 150 J1 Averill, Nfiidland.....P 25 300 Avery, B~errien...... W1 X I Avis, (r. d. K~ibble) I Allegan............ U 20 X Avoca, Saint Clair'.... R 30 250 1 Avon (r. d. Saranac) - IIonia.................Q8 X I Avondanle, Osceola... 0 2A 100 -A Axin, Wexford...... N 22 500 1 Ayr, (r. d. Alanson) Emmett..........;... 1:24 Az:alia, Monroe...... V2 Bach, Hui-on......... P 28 Bachelor, (R. It. nlame: Batcheller) I 11ason. N 20 Backus, (r. d. Howell) Livingstonl......... T 27 Bad Axe, Huron...O 29 Bargdadl, Niarquette.. E 16 BaRgley, AIl enominee.11 16 Ba~gnall, Wexfor~l... M 21 Bailey, Nfuskegon.... Q 21 Bainbridge,, (r. d. Coloma) Berrien... V 20 Bainzton~, Berrien......... ýBaker, (r d. Jeromne) Hillsdalle............V 25 Bak~er, Kialamlazooo...V 22 11aldwiln, Lakie.....O 21 Ball, Eminet......... 1 24 Ballards, (r. d. Spart~a) Kent............... R 21 Balsagn, Iron........ F 14 Baltic,(R. Rt. name Baltic Junction)~ll Houghton..................C 13 BFalffinore,OntonagonE12 Baqnfieldls, Alcona...L 27 Banat, Menoininee... 1 16 Bancroft, Shialwasee.E 16 Banfieldl, (r. dI. Delton) Barry............. U 23 Bangor', Bay......... P 26 Bangor, Van Buren..U 20 Bankzers, (r. d. Hillsdale) H-illsdale..... W 24 Bank~s, Bay.......... P 277 Bannister, Grattiot...rL 25 Baraga, Bara-,a...... D) 13 Bcarbeauz, Cliippewa..... Barclay,~rl Ontonagon. F 1 Bard, (r. d.- Gladwin) GladwinL...;...... O 24 Barkler~, Oaklal~nd. **''*. Barker Creek, i~alBark River, Delta,.... 11 17 Barkcs,?Nlanistee....... Barnes, (r~. di. Mdllaiitl) Mc~idlandl............ 1 25 Barnun?,?zSidinlg, Marquette.................... Barodta, Berrien........ T 5 Barron Lake,, Cass...W 20 Ba.,Pt, Huron......,... 28 B3arr~yt mn, Mecosta... P 23 B~asslakie, (r'. dI. Pentwater') M'IsoiI...... 0 19 Bass IRiNcer, ýr. d. Gr~andl Haven) Ottawa....... Q~ 6 Bacsswrood, Iron!...... F 12 B3at,avia, Branch..... W 23 Batchreller,~ (P. 0. n am c Bactilelor) M~ason............ N 20 Batemain, (r. d. Blissfield) Len.twee.... W 277 Bates,Grand TraverseL22 Bath, Clinton......... S25 Bath M2lills, Jackrson..V 24 Battle Creek.CalhounU 23 Battle Creek & Brill~ City JuncZtion, Bay..... Bauer, (r. d. Jenison)) Ottawa............. SS21 BaxrterWexford..... Al 22 Blay City. Bay..... P 27 Bay CGityl Crossinlg, Oak-- landl.,,...... * - * Bay~ Cityr L7L~~l WSayne.................. Bay N\lills,(r. dt. Brimley) U~hippewa.........,...... Bay P'oint, Benzie... L20 Bay Porlt, H~uron..... 0) 28 BIayshor~e, Charlevoix.1 23 Bayside, (r. dt. Bay City) Bay........... P 27 Bay Sidingy, Delta... G 177 Baysprings, (r. d. Boyne) Charlevoix......... J 23 Bay View, Eminet.... 1 23 Beach, Mackinac.... *.. Beacon, Marqcuette. IY iý Beacon Hill.Houp-htonC 13.ham) 6'akland..... i 29 Bedell, (r. d. K~awkiawlin) Bay................ Beebe, Bay........... P 27 Beebe, (r. d. Ithaca)) Gratiot.............. 25 Beebe Sp tt7~. AlpenA-.R 283 Beech, (r'. d. XSlindhill) Wayne.:.............U 29 Beecli 8i inzg, Wexf ord...........,.... A 22 Beechwood, Iron.... F' 13 Beesom 8p~ur, Schoolcraf t........,.......F 20 Beevers, Alcona...... L 28 Belding, Ionia....... R 23 Belknap.(r.~ d. Tenville) Allegan.. -...,...T 20 Bell, Waslitenaw..... U 27 13ellaire, Antriin..KC 23 Bell B~ranlch, (r. d. Redlfordt) Waynle.. U 29 Belleriver, (r. d. Capac) Saint Clair......... S30 Belleville, W~ayne.... V 28 Bellevue, Eai~ton...... U 23 Bells Landing,7g Emmet... Belmont, K~ent....... R 22 Belsay, Genesee...... R.28 Belt Linie J.1anLtion.L Wa y n e................. Ben~der., Oceana.......... Bendee~r, Wayne........... Bendon, Benzie...... L 21 Bennington, Sihiawassee................... S26 Benona, (r. d. ~Shelby) Oceana............. P 19 Benson, (r. d. Cadillac) Wexford *ý *: ýC K * * 22 Beniheini, r (. amilton) Allegan........ T 21 Bentley, Bay J......... 026 Benton Harbor, Berrien................ V 19 1 Benzoiiia, Benzie.... L 20 Bergam, Dickinson....,.. Bergland,, Otonagfan.. D 11 Berk'shire, Sanilac.. Q. 30 Berlamont,VanBurenU 20 '/' 47 Berlin, Ottawa....... R 21 70Ber~ne, H-uron........ 028 18Berrien C~enter, Berrien.............. W 720 Berrien Springs, Be~rX r'ien................. NV tq Berryr, INIuskegonn.... Q20 30 Berr~yville, (r. d. Van(lerb:11) Ot 1 '..., 24 X Befitie, ~ d. Pincon1,559 W119~) P, I!... ~...... 0 27 X Berlrwndlc, lleri-ien... W 20 100 Berville~, Saiat Clairl~. S 30 2.50 B~esseiner, (logebic.E 9 350 Besseqnpr~ JunctioZ'Oj, Gogebic............. E 93 1,590 Bethel, ( -. d. ColdX Wa'cter) Branchch..... 23 BettS., Bai-............... 20 ~Betzer, (~ d. Pitts-- X ford) Ilills~lale...... L20 502 Beulahi, lloiizit,ý......L 21 X Big B y. i\laro lnette..D 15 Big 13~eaverl, ýr.dl. iltyal 50 Oak; R:. J?. namee X Bearerel) Oaklasnd..T 29 Big Cult, Pre,,ique Isle.1 27 Btig Ra~pi~ls, M~e2,500 costa................P 22 X Big 1%"ock, M..,ntmor)( encY.............. KR 26 X Billings, Gladwin..... 0 25 543 BtzsA-ie, Genesee......... Binio, (r~. d. Aforenci), 40 Lena~ee....... 2 1,158 V Irse C~ity) LeelanlauK21 Birchcl, Marqrcuette.... D) 16: 100 B~ircA Cr~eekc, MenonlliX nee................. j 16 400 Birch run, Saginaw.. 1'% 277 1,071 Birclvoo d, Cheboygan 125 17 Bir~d, Menominee.... H -16 "X Bird~scall, Lenaw\ee... W 26 Birdlseye,, Alger.......... " B~irmingnham, 0 a k "X land............... T 29 B~ishop,~ (r. d. Newaygo) 200 N ewaygo............ 21 700 B3ismnarck, (r. d. Ver"X montville) Eaton... T 23 Biswizetle, losco...... Af 27 X Biteley, Newaygo.... P 21 Bixiby, (r. d. Ravenna) " M~uskegon.......... Q 21 2418 Blanckmar, (r. d. Fos90 ters) Saginaw...... Q, 27 X- B lackriver, Alcona... K 28 411 Bl~aine, Sanint Clair... R 3 Blake, Bewnic............. X Blanchard, Isabella.. Q. 23 'Blaney, Schoolcraf t...F 21 60 Blanezy Jc., SchoolX craft............... G 21 88 B3lemers, Gogebic.... F 11 Bliss. Emmett....... H 24 Blissfield., Lenawee.. W 27 30 Bloonzfield,, Tuscola..P 28 B3loomingdale, Van X Buren..............U 21 \. Blosser, Antrim..... K 2 300 Bluzeberry,~ Alger..... E 19 x Blue Bill, Gogebic...F 10 8,122 Blue Lake,2e Antrim.. K'29' Blum~n, Menaominee-H i15 X Blugnfleied, Saginaw... Bodu~zs, Leelalau.... i2 50 B~olton, Alpena........ T 28 X Boinanville, Gladwin.N 26 17,04'7 BonardcE Montillorenoyy............... X 26 "X Bon& S liill,Wexford.AlR 22 Bonifas, Gogebic.....E 11 " Ponlney, Lenawe e.... W26 Boo3n. Wexford...... M~ 22 200 Bor~culo, (r. d. Zeeland) X Otta-,N~a............... 20 150 B~orland, (r. d. Morley) 300 MCecosta............ r 2% 6 Bostonz, Houghton.... 300 Bostwick, (r. d. Rock,-. X ford) Kent t......... R 22 Bowen, (, P. 0. ilaine "X Crosby) Kent....... S ý, "X Bowen, (r. d. Alto) X Kient......... 22 1,0oo Bowenis, Allegan..... T 21 150 Bowens Mills., (r. d X Brant, Sagfinaw...... R 26 X BFrassar, C~hippewa.. F26 225 Bravo, Allegan....... 20) Brazxil, O)sceola....... 022 X Breckienridge, Gratiot~(a 25 Breedsville, Van13urenU20 50 Brentereek~, Genesjee.1'11.2 X Brest, (r. d. Monroe)) Monroe............ W 28 25 Brethen, Manistee...M 20 X B3revor't, M~ackinaw.. G 23 Br~ezvsterss Siiling, Bay... 200 B'riar Riill, A] onroe.. V 28 Brice, (r. d. Middlleton) x Gratiot............ Et 24 25 Brickc City, Ja;ckson...... B'ricktoot, Miuskegon.Q 20 X Brlick lrctrd, Allegazn..... X Bridcgeham~112,s onL Sanilac. 1,118 133ridgeportb, Saginaw. Q 2 B3ridgeton. (r~. d. Newv- - X ay;go) N~ewtiygo..... Q. 21 X Bridgeville, (r. d. St..1050 John,ý) 6 ratiot.......... Bridgewater,~ Wash-- 130 teliaW..............V 27 Bridgfman, Berrien. W 19 X Briglitonl. KIalamazoo VT21. 4S6 B~righton, Liviingston.T 27 930 B~rimley, Chippewa.. E 24 x Brinton, (r.. d. Crooked 100 Lake) Isabella.....P 23 X Brist~ol, (r. d. Luther) Lake............. N 22 loo B3ritto-.% Leenawee....V 28 X Brockway, (r. d. YTale) x Saint Clair......... R 30 125 Bronson, Branch... W 23 Brookfield, (r. d 265 Chaxrloite) Eaton..U 24 Br~ooA-felds, Ma~nistee.... X ~ Brook..lyii, Jackson.... V 26 Brooks, Nlenominee...... 28 Brookside, (r. d.Freinont) Newaygo...Q 20 50 B3room-field, (r dc. Mrill100 brook) Isabiella..... P 23 Brotlierton,, Sauilac..:P 30,30t Browz~i, Alarauettc...J 23 563 Brown City. S~anilac.. R 29 X Brown~s, Kent........... 200 BLrowns Cor~ners, (r~. d., X Clare) Clare............. 120 Br~owP~zeII8,KalaiazooU 22 200 880 x x x x 4)' 83 x 40 x x 400 3W~ 200 x 4,519 100 20 x x 811 600 x lb5 x x 50 x 1,607i x x x 15 x 100 25 1253 219 230 x x 250 1,474 x 501 x x x x x 25 x 100 x x x x x 75 500 x x 75 x x 560 219 30 130 125 x x x 25 x x x x 305 767 25 1000 250 x 7i67 500 loo x 3'70 125 1,020 60 x 602 29 x 20 x x 690 x 10 x B:'o~oviisville, (r. d.. Casso'pois) Cass.... W 21 Bruce C~rossing, ontoiiagon.............. E I I Br~un-swick. M~uskegonQ 20 Bruttiý-. E~mmet........ 124 L'Byrimit, G;:;lnesee.... Bryaidl~l, I ),.c,)....... Nf 2i Buchanan, PFerrien.. W 19 Buekelle, A gfgr...... F 18 Buckeye. (r. dt. Waldron) Hililssla1-~.....W 25 1Buckley. Wexff rtL... Al21 Buck3~c, C~rawford......L 24 Bztenar VistaC, Saginaw................ Q 27 Bunker Hill, (r. d. L~eslie) ln,,)1hain.... U 26 Bu????, Newaygo.......... BZtnLtOn,. Presqlue Isle J 26 Bunuyea, (r. dt. Cadillac; R. R. naine ffillenqI ville) Wexefo-d....N 22 Bttrcli8 X111il, Rient...R 22L B3urden,, (r. d. AleGreI got-) Sanilac....;.... 30 Burdickville,,Leelanau E 21 B~urlingfton, Calhoun. V 23 Burni 1)s, All effa-n..,...T 21 Burns, Saint Clair....S 31 Burnside, (r. di. Brown i City) Lap~eer....... R 29 Bztq-~rell, WrTashtenaw...... Burr Oakl, Saint Josepli............ W~ 22 Bitrq-ow~zs, Branchl...WS 28 Burt, Silgiinaw........ R,27 Burtis,, Marquette.... B~urt Lake,Cheboygan 1242 Btirton, Sbiawassee..S 26 Burton Heights, (Br. Granld 1?.apids P. 0.) KIent....... - Bushnell, (r. d. Shier- - id'an) Nlontcalm.....rL 23 R~lttcuiq,, Alissaulcee. Al 23 Butler, (r. dt. Q~uincy) Brannch........ *....V 24 Butinaln, Gladwin..... 25 B3utter'field, NlissaukeeM 23 Butter~n tit, Alontcalm 111 24~ BZzt11er8N11,o,, Afason..0 19 Byors, Alec~osta....... P 2") Byeq,8S, AlCOna b....... L 27 Blyron. Shiawassee....S 26 BIyron Center, Kecnt..-S 21 Cadcillac. Wexford. N 22 Cadmlus, Lenasvee... W; 26 Cady, (r. d. Mit. Clemens) Mlacomlb.....T 30 Caffey, Mackiiiae..... 23. Cai~is-s Creekr, Alidlaiid.*... Calcite, ýr. d. R~oger s) Presqiue Isle........ 127 Calderqood, Ontona-. gonl................ E 11 Caldwtell, (r. d. Alt..Plealsant) Isal~clla..P 24 Caledonlia, K~ent....... 922 California, (r~. d. Alontgoiner~y) Branchl...WV 24 Calumet, Houghton...-C ~13 c(Illon1et Junc2tion,, H~ouv hton........,...... Cambria, (r. d. Hillsd~ale) 11illsda'.e.........,W 24 Cambridge. (r. d. Br~ook13"11) Lenaw\ee.. V 26 Camdlen, H~illsdale... I 24 Cam,,q 1"on, Antrrllm.... J 23 Campbell, (r. d. Clarks'ville~) I onia......... S 23 Cain23ibeZl, (.'. 0. naine Deftanc~e) Delta..... G 17. Ci~mpbells Corn ers, (r. d. W'este Branch) Ogeinaw........... M 26 (!a???.p Eiyl~ty Five, Schoolcraft........ G 19 CamI3~ Five,Cbar~leý oixrJ24 Camp Fou70-2r, Charlevoix. Oanmý Ymnhp~r Fmzrr Carbondale, (r. d. Wallace) M~enominee... J 16 Carl, (r. d.. St. Joseph; R. 1-1. naine Scotdanie) Berr~ien........... V 19 Carland, -Shiawassee.R 25' Carleton, Monlroe.... V,2 Carlisle, (r. d. Chorlotte) Eaton........ T 24 Carl~isle, (P'. 0. namee West Carlisle) Kenat.S 21 Car~lshend,,Mailla uette. F 17 Carrlson,, Osceola. 0.. 22 Carlton Center, (T. d Hastings) Barry....T 23 Car~ney, Mienoininee..H 16 Caro, Tuscola....... Q 28 Carpent~er, (P. 0. nlame Oregon) Lapeer... R 28 Carp Lake, En-nneft~..ll 24 Carrollton, Saginaw.. Q 26 Carrs, (r. d. Branch)) Mason.. 0..... O20 Carson Citý'*iitcý R24L2 Carsonville. Sanilac.. Q 80 Cartpr~s, B~enzie...... L 21 Cartier 8 1p u1r, Mason...-.. Cascade, (r. d. Aaa) KI~ent................ S 22 Cascade, Alafqyuette..E 16 Casco, 0%. d. Lenox) Saint Clab ~........... S30 Case, Benzie......... L 20 Case, Presque Isle.... 126 Caseville, Huron..... 0288 Cash, (r~. d1. Sanilac ICenter) Sanilac.... Q 30! Casuovia, Mu~skegon. R 21 Cassbridge., (r~. d. Br'idgeport) Saginaw...... Q, 27 Cass City, Tuscola.... P 29 Cassopolis, Cass.. WV 20 Castle Park, Allegan..S 20 Cathro, Alp~ena....... J 27 Cavite, Alger...... * E 19 Cecil. Emmet........ 1124 qedar', (11. -.Ri. name Cedar~f City) LeelatnauK.2t Cedar. Mlenom~inee- H 16 Cedarbank, (r. d. Hanonver) Jackson..... V 25 Cedare~reek, (r. d. Hastings) B3arry........T 22 Cedalrdale, (r. d. -)eekerS9 ville) Saidlac c....... P 30 Cedacr Lake. MontealinQ23 45 Cedar River, Alenoilli150 nee................... 116 150 Cedar V mi, Beiizie...L 2 L X Cedar Spriiigs, Kient. 1,,22 X Cedarville. A] a.kinac G 2 1,831 Cement City, (R It.name " Woodstock)~~ Leiiawee................ V26 "X Cemezter~y Cr~ossinzg, 464 'Ott~awa....., ~............ X Center, JTackson.......... Center Lhie, (r. d. War60 ren) Mlacomb....... 29 Ceiiterville., Saint 100 Joseph............ WF~ 22 "X Cenltral, neweenaw..B 14 "X Centr~al Lake, Antrim J 22 Ceresco, Caalhoun-.-. U 23 Ceylon, (r. d. Nashville) X B~arry...............U 23 "v Chadwoick, lonia.....R 23 Chambzerl3ainzs, Iala10 mlazoo..............V 21 160 -Chamberlin, 01 tsego. K 25 237 Champion, AlarqluetteE 15 200 Chnandlers, Clinton...S 25 68 Chandler, (r. d. C!arksville) Ionia......... S 23 70 Charndler~, W~ayne....V 29 X Chaiiiiiiig Dlcl.:insoi.F 14 Chapel,.(r. dt. Adla) 752. XIent................ S 22 < Chapin'l. Jackson I......... 200 Chapin, Saginaw......r. 25 X Chalmiawnln Algel...... E 1 50 Chap-man, M o\Toroe..V 29 125 "Mar~rcoal, Oceana....... Charles, M~ackliiac...G Charleston., (r.d. Mindien X City:) Saililac....... P 30 Charleswort~lij (r.dl. Eiaton 28 Rapids) E-1ton...... T25 X Charlevoix, Charlevoixu..... *.......... 123 -12 Chasrlotte, Eaton...T 244 20Chase', Lake..........021 25 Charse, Lenawee...... WV 27 250 Ch~ases 45!(Ibig, Lapeer.... 30)0 Chassell, Houghlton...C13 ý< Chathiam, Algei....... E 1 X Chactter;tonz, Mecosta * P2 427, Chamicey, (r.d. B3el400 niont) K~ent ý..... RrL22 ChwuIZCn, Wayne.ll...... S15 Che boygaiiq Cheboygan..............H 25 Cheboygan.) Dockc, Chreboy-au................. Chelsea, Waslitenaw. U 26 9,387 Chen~eyStation, (P. 0. 50 name Pere Cheney) C=rawcford........... L24 51 Cherrie, Charlevoix...J 22 X Cherrybil, (r.d. Y IsiX lanti) Wai`ne....... U 28 Chlerr~y Valley, School20 crazft................G 20 Chesaningf. Sa~ginaw.. RL 26 X Cheeshir'e,(r. d. Allegaii) Allegan............. TT 22 50 Chester, (r. d. Char422 lotte) Faaton........ T 24 Chester~field, (r. d. Alt. 200) Clemens) Alacomb..I 30 32.,845 Chestonia, Antr'im....J 23 Cheviugstoni, (r.d. DeckX erville) Saiiilac.....P 30 Chicora, (r. d. Bravo) 350 Alleg,,in............T 20 Chief, (R. R.It naine Chief X Lake) Alanistee.....lAl 20 392 Childsdale, Kent.....IIbu'2 X ' Chilsoil, Liviilgston..U 27 Chinaa, Saint Clair........ X Chipp~ewa Lake, Alecosta............... P 22 200 Chippewa Station, Osceola................ 019 Choacte, Ontoilagon...E 11 1()( Chocolay,/ (P. 0. liain llarveý j lar~qukte.E 16 SChurch, (r. d. PittsX ford) Ilillsdale.... W 25 x Cicottes, W\ayiie.......,.. Clirevit- (r (I- Tiirmbig Clail, Kaalkaska............ X Clayrbanks, (r. d. M~on25 tague) Oceana..... P 19 500 Clayton, Lenawee... W 26f L Clearwater, (r. d. 100 Alden) K~alkaska..K( 23 Cleere?7mans~, Delta...HI 16. 50 Clenizentl, K~alkaska....... 150 Cleinenzt, Manistee... N 20 X CCleon, (r. d. Copemish) M~anistee............ N1 -21 11300 Cliff, Keweeiiaw..... B14 400 Clifford, Lapeer.......Q28 2,2'72 Climax, Kanlamazoo.. 22 C~linton, Lenawee.... V 26 X Clintonville, (r. d. Pon150 tiale) Oalklana....... S29 2,200 Clio, Genesee........ R' 2 Cl~io, W~asitenaw......... X Cloud, (r. d. Cedar 808 Springs) R ent...... Q 22 401 Cloverdatle, Banrr~.... T` 2 2 "X Clowry~:c, (P. 0. nlame "X Dior~ite) Marquette. Ei 11L Club, Waayne....,......... 1,200 Clyde, Oakland...... T 28 X Clytie, Mlenoininee... 1 16 Coal YilnsS Midlland..... 60 Coats Grove, Barry...T 23 X Cobinooga, Oceana...P 20 X Code, Alcona......... L 2 442 Coe, *(r. d. St. Louis) Isabella.........& 24 25 Cohoctah, Livingston.T 26 308 CohoctaA Centler, Livingston................ X Colbrook, (r. d. Gage1,120 town) Tuscola........... 1,358 Coldwa~ster. BranchW 23 X Coldwater Lakie,(r. d. 140 Cold~water)Branch..... X Cole, (r. d. Oion) 150 Oakrland............ S 29 Colecreekc, (r~. dl. fes400 peria) Newanvgo...P 21 `X Coleman, Mlidland... P 25 Colerain, (r. d. Troy) 11 Oakl~andi............ T 29 Coiling. Tii,-ý,()la..-.... 28 50 Colligigs, Ler_,:lwee......, Collins, (r. d. Lyrons) 20 1011k,............... S 24 200 Colomai, Ilt-rrien..... V 1.9 Colon, Saint Josepli. V 22, 500 Colonville, (r. d. Clatre) 260 Clare.............. 0 ( 24 947 UIolu??Vr)Wt, Marlquette F 15 150 Colu I nbia, (r. d. Uniocnville) Tuscola...... P 28 Columbiz~it, Van Buren. U 20 500( Coluinblaville,Lapee rl"' 28 Columbus, St. C~lair~..S 30,: Y Coluimbus, (r. d. kicli1 -X mond) Saint Clair..S 30 Colwood, (r. d. Colling) 100 Ta-cola............ 11 28 C~omfor~t, Antrim..... K 28 613 Co:17w~fort 8iding, Ka ~itlaX mazoo................~~~ 8t3 Comins, Oscoda...... 1,2 350 Conimvree,(r, r (I.WSalledl Lakre) O)akland.... T 28 X Comstock, KatlaniazoloU 22 50 Co instock Park, Kentll",21 Concor~d, -I ack-son.... V A~5 X Cogidit. Calhoun..... V 21 X Cogzdon, Oakland.......... 2,500 Cone, M-onroe........ V 28 X C,)??ger, Oakland.......... Couger, (r. d. Jenison) X Otta~ra.............. 1~I15 -X. Conk~li~n, Ottawa..... 1121--I 500 Conners C reek, (r. d.'N. D~etroit) Wapiage....-U' 36, " ~Conove2ls (11'. 0. name*e "X Allis) P'resqe Isle-.. 25 75 Cogir'ad, Alaso n...... 0;o19 X ConstaLntine, Sain'i X Josep~lh*............ W 22 X Convis, (r. d. Bellevue) X Calhoun....;...~. C 23 Conway. EFmmet...... 1242 55 Cook, WJlayne,............ Cooks, (R.- R. uain6ii x Cookcs M~lills) School_ craft...........~ 19 2,42.0 Coomer, (r;. 'd. Mt. 4,886 Pleasant) Isabe~lla..TP 24 200. Cooper~, (r. dt. Kiala* m-azoo) lialamazoo.U 22 * Cool.?el's ev~ossinzg, '750 (P. 0. nailne Siloam) 750- Iosco............,.. M 2ý X Coope i-sville, -Ottawa. R 21 Copemish, AIlanistee. M 2i. 60 Cooper Falls A~line, R~eX weenaw... * " i * * - B 1 Copper City, HoughtoilB 14 6.859 Coj,?j.er Har~bor',. Reweenaw.............. ~ X Coral, M~outcalm..... Q 2 1, 64 Cordc~ll, Mackrinac...F' 24, Corey, Cass.......... 21 Corinn~e, (P. 0. nanie. 25 Viola~) Alackinac, - F 21 X Cornell, I~elta....... G 1T Corning, (r..~d. Molinie) - 50 Alleganl............T 22 Cornwell, Chieboygan.JT 25 X Cor~tlaiidl Center,. (r~. d. 1,363 Rockfordi) Kent.... U 22 Coruimla, Shiawas145 see.................. S26 Corwcin., (r~. d. Decatur) 120 Van BJuren......... V 20 Cor!, ell, Bay......... P 26 10 Coryell, Alackinac...G~ 25 20 Goltaja~egr~oveWayne.nc U 30 Countyline, (r. d. Birch- - x run) Saginaw...... I'l 27 Covert, Van Buren...U 20) X Covington, Baraga... B 14 Coy. Rloscommon.... Al 24 150 Gragtro, Genesee.......... 100 Cracigsmeve~e, (P. 0. 25 nam e Roselawn) 15 Ontonagon......... 12 Cragn~~zpton, Antrim....... 300 Crane, (r. d. Mlidlatnd) Mlidland........ 35 Clwuqiazerl, Alissaukee._I11 23 X Cranston, (r. d. Shelby) Ocea na.............. 19 100 C),(tlgo, Alecosta...... 0 2) Crawford,.(rr d. Slieip 3-15 Crystal Valley,Oce'alia0 2 X Culver, Ralkasska.... L 23 200 Cumnber, Sanilac.......P 29 X Cug-i-oner, Alissaukiee.ibl24 Cummnings, (r. d. Liu712 wood) Bay.~....... 26 37i2 Curran, Alcoila...... L 27 Cur~tis, Alackinac...~` 2,542 Clollis, Wayne.............. * Curtisv~ille, Alcoiia.. L 27 * Cushmall,(?L Cllarle~voixJ 23 * Cusino. Schooleraft... 19.-- Culster1, Alasoij..... o..020 * CuntcheonMiss-aukee.e-M~ 28' * Cyiý, Alarquette....... F 17 3088 425. 1,011 100 7i01 B53 50 10 x 369 50 x 100 x x 20 250 201,r 300 543 x x 60 X1,244.x 150 x 800. 250 20 814 490 15( IR; 100 lou 50 2ýO 100 40 40 x 1,384 25 x.1'25,27 x x x x 25 x x x x x 22 277~ 20 x 106 228.150 100 _x x x x x 349 x 200 300 673 25 60 x x 4 1 0, P) x 810 x 100. 400 202~ 1;0 20 50 100 10 5.945 25 7 x 909 x 50 x Dafoe, (R. R~. name En?,er~sona) Alp~ena......J 27 Dafter. Cippewa..... E 25 Dagpgett, Mfenominee..] 16 Dailey, Cass......... WF 20 Dale, (r.dl. Beaverton)n Gladlwin............. 025 Dallas, (r. d. Hopkiiis Station) Allegan... T 21. Dalton, (r. d. A~luskegon) Mluskregon.....Q, 20 Dalton,~ Oakland......... Daiia,, Crawford.....,K 25 Danct. Ingham........~.... Dania, M~outlinorency.R25 Danzahe~er, Lake e........... DanahLne2r,, Luce....... E Pnansiville. In~gliam...T 26 -Daven~ljoTI, E-alkaskra.... Davenj.)or01t, Saginaw.-.-.... Davis, (r'. d. Washlington) Alacomb....... T 30' Davisburg, Oaklanld. 1 28 Dav~ison~,.G~enesoe.... R 28 Day, (r~. di. Casso~polis) Cass.. * '-........ W 21 Dayton, Berrien.... W 1.9 Dead flh2%erý-,NfarquetteE16 Deeanville., (r. dl. Br1own City) Lapeer....... 1129 Doarbor~n, Wayne.. X 29.Dearoad, Wayne.........

Page  185 DEB INDEX OF MICHIGAN. Debri, (r. d. Byron Center) Ottawa.... S 21 Decatur. Van Buren..... Decider, (r. d. Shnbboll',) Sanilac....... Q 29 Deckerii'le9 Sanilac.0. 30 Deercreek, (r_ d. Oakgrove) Liv ngston..T 27 Deerfieldl, Lenawee. W 27 Deer Lake<, NMarquetteD16 Deerton, Alger....... E 17 Detiance, (11. R. name ICampbell) Delta...G 17 Deford, Tuscola...... Q, 29 Deiberts, Kalkaska... L 22 /e^aware.Keweenaw B 15 Delaware.M~ine, ]KeweenaW............ Ai4 Delhi, (r. d. Ann Ar-' bor) Washtenaw.....U 27 D-Alwood, (r. d. Sun-,lield) Eaton........ T23 Delray, (Sta. Detroit P. 0.) Wayne..... U 29 Delta, (r. d. Lansing) Eaton............... 824 Delta' Oakland........... Delta dqunction, School-. craft............... G 19 Deltou, Barry........ U 22 Dt-lwin, Isabella......P 24 Denimon, 1Houghton.. C 13 Dennis, Grand Traverse.. Detinison, Ottawva.... RB 20 Denton, AV~iyne.......U 28 Derby, Berrien....... V 19 Detour, Chippewa....G- 26 DETRtOIT WayiieU29 5 Devereaux, Jackson..'U 24 Devils Lah-e. LenaweeV26 Dew, 06coda......... L 27 DewardL, Crawford.. K. 24 Dezvar-s, TuscolIa......... Dewcey. Sliiawvassee.. RE 26 Deweyville, (j". d. HoWell) Lilvingst~on.... T 26 Dewhig *(r. d. Le~oy) '0sceolit....... *.....0 22 D'e "Witt. Clinton.....~; 25 Dexter. Washtehaw.. U 2-4 Diamond Springs, (r. d. Hamilton) Allegan T 20 DMoe, (r. d. Freeland) Saginaw.............Q 26 Dick, CliippeWa......V 24 DiokiMnson, (r. d. Grant) N Newaygo...........Q 021 Dighton, (r. d. Tustin) Osceola............ N22 Dildine, (.r. d. I onia) Ionia................R23 Dillrr, Mackinac..... iF 21 Dimondale, Eatou....T 25 Dinea, (r. d.- Falmouth)_ Mibsaukcle......... N 23 Diorite, (l.I.namie Clowiry) Alarquette.E 15 Disco, (r. d. Utica), Macomb............ T29 AMis', Benzie I......... Dis/ino, Marquette_. E 15 Dix, Antrhimi.......... J 22 Dixb -ro, (r. d. Ann Arbor) "W isatenaw.U 28 Dixsson, Alger....... E 18 Doan, Iosco.......... Al 28 Dodge, (r. d. Glad win) Clare.............. o 24 Dodge Ttrrace Sid 'vg, Livingston.............. Dodigeville, Houghton. 1313 iOullar Bay,11oughton.C 13 Dullarvile, Luce..... E 22 Dolph. Missaukee.... N 24 Donald, Saginaw,......... Doris, (r. d. Saranac) Ioli a............... S 23 Dr.rr, A~lug inl........ T 21 Dorrance, (jr. d.Cold-. *w~ier) Branch.......... Doi-sey, Algei........ b; 18 Doster. Barry......... U" 22 Do aceties, Delta..... F 18 Do ughberti/, Alenominee.. Douglas, Allegan....T 20 Dover, (r. d. Clare) Clare.............. 0 24 --. - 1.1-1. r......-.T CIA Duck lake, (r. d. SpringPort) Calhoun..... U 24. Dujel, (r. d. Auburn) Bay.........FP26 Duffield,. Genesee.:...S 27 Dundee, Monroe..... W 27 Dunhanz, Arenac.....N 26 Dunham, Gogebic....E10 Duilingvile,. (R.R. namn e Dztnning) Allegan............T 21 Ditnn, Iron.......... G 34, Duplain, (r. d. Shepardsville) Clinton..E 25 Durand, Shiawassee..S 26 Durban, Monroe....W28 Durhamn, Charlevoix..... Dztro. Tuscola....... P 28 Dutton, Kent.........S 22 E Eagle, Clinton........8 24 Eagle Bay, Huron... N" 29 Eagle Harbor, Keweelaw............'..... B 14 Eagle Mfills. Kent...S 21. Eagle )/R1<!,MarquetteE16 Eaa.-Ie River, K~ewe eaaw............ B 14 Eames, Oakcland.....,T 29 Eassunt, Kalamazoo;'. 21 East Dayton, (r. d. Caro) Tuscola.......Q 28 East Fremont, (r. d. Croswell) Sanilac.. R 30 Ea,,t Gilead,. (r. d. Gilead) B1ranch.....W 23 East Greenwood, (r. d. Yale) Saint Clair.. R 30 East Holland, (r. d. Holland) Ottawa....S 21 Fast Jordan, Charlevoix...................J 23 E astiake, Mdnistee...N 20 E1,ast LanDing. I igham.T 25 Ea'st Le r.,y. Calhouu.V 23 Eatshn-an. Kýalkaska.....;. East man ville, (r. d. Coopersville)Ot~tawa'R 20 Eanhf i'lrrway/, Dickinson. Eas8ton, Charlevoix...J 2d x 1,286 X 628 X 443 X.X 200 200 X X 200 200 X X 275 X X 300 65 200 X 64 137 100 721.537,650 88 100.X 300 X 100 450 726 100 300 200.400 10 X 341 X 400 100 X X X 50 X X.25 X X 1,800 4 0 11(0 -X 300 13 X 150 485 50 5 V5,088 20 75 1,070 X 27 loo 75 2,315 X i25 Easton, (,r. d. OWOSSO) Shiawassee......... R 26 East Paris, (f. d. Burton Hts. Sta. Gr.Rap.P.O.) Kent................ S 22 Eastport, Antrim..... J 22 East Saugatuck, Allegan..............T 20 East Springport, (r. d. Springport) Jackson....... _o........U 25 East Tawas, losco....M 28 East Thetford, (r. d. Rogersville) Genesee......*......*.....oR 28 Eastwood. (r. d. St. Charles; R..name Gar-field) Saginaw..Q 26 Eaton Rapids, Eaton U 24 Eau Claire, Berrien..Y 19 Eben Junction, AlgerF 18 Echo, (r. d. East Jordan) Anti.....J 23 Eckce~rma'nrC~hip'p~e w*aE 23 Eckerts, (r. d. Man-.chester) WashtenawU 27 Eckford, Calhoun.....V 24 Ecorse, Wayne......o.U" 29 Eden, lngham........T 25 Edenville. Midland...0 25 Edgar, Wayne.........o.. Edginere, Houghton.C 13 Edgerton, Kent...... R 22 Edgetts,'Lake. o.....N 22 Edgewooa, (r. d. Ithaca) Gratiot.. o......... Q 25 Edmore. Montcalm...Q 203 Edward, (r. d. Alger) Ogemaw........... N 25 Edwardsburg, Cass..W" 20 Elba, Lapeer.......... R '28 Elberta, Beuzie...... L'20 Elbrk'ige, (r. d. Hart) Oceana............. P 20 Eldorado, Crawford.. L25 Eldred, Jackson......V 26 Elgin, (r. d. Grand Rlapids) Ottawa.....S 21 Elk&,Genesee............ Elkerton, Kent.......... Elk Rapids, Antrim.K. 22 Elkton, Huron....... 0 29 Ellake, losco......... M 28 Ellington, (r. d. Caro) Tuscola...........o. P 28 Elliot, (r. d. Brown City) Saint Clair....R 30 Ellis, (r. d. Marshall) Calhoun............V 23 Ellsworth, Antrim... J, 22 Elm, (r. d. Sandhill) Wayne............. U 28 Elmdale, Ionia.......S 22 Elmer, (r. d. Sandusky) Sanilac............. Q 29 Elm Hall, Gratiot....Q 24 Elmira, otsego...... J 24 Ebnton, Mason...... N 20 Elm wood, (r. d. Cass City) Tuscola...... P 28 Eignwood, Iron...... F 24 Ela, Houghton........ C 13 Eloise, Wayne........ U 28 E'l-,,ie, Clinton........ R 25 E, Ion, I eelailau.....K 21 El ton. (r. d. Cadillac) Wexford........... N 22 Elva, (r. d. Vassar.) Tuscola....o.........Q 27 Elwell, Gratiot..o..... Q 24 Emerald, (r d. Evart) Mecosta.............O 23 En-tergenci/, Shiawas- see.................. S 27 Emzerson, (P.O0. name, Dafo -) Alipena.....J 27 Emnery, (r. d. Ann Arbor) Wasisteiiaw...'U 27 Emery.Juiietioii.loscoN 27 Einmett, -Saint Clair..S 30 Emnpire. T~eelanau... K 30 Emp~ire Jc., Benzie.. L 20 Engradin ', Alackinac.F 22 Englisliville. Kent...R. 21 Ennis, ýP. 0. name S neea) Lenawee.....o.. Ensel, Clintonl........... rn-ley,(r.l dI.1 02ward Evelyn, Alge........E 19 Evergreen, Ontonagon................D 12 Ewen, Ontonagon.....E 11 Excelsior, (r. d. Kalkaska) Kalkaska... L 23 Exeter, (r. d. Maybee) Monroe............V 28 Fabius, (r. d. Three Rivers) Saint JosephW25 Factoryville, (r. d. Leonidas) Saint Joseph. V 2. Fairfax.Saint Joseph W-22 Fairfield, Lenawee.. "W 27 Falrgrove, Tuscola...P 28 Fair Haven,, Saint Clair................J 31 "Fairland, (r. d. Niles) Berrien............W20 Fairport, (r. d. Clayton) Lenawee............W 26 Failrview, Oscoda-..... L 26 Faithorn, (R. R name Faithiorn Junction) Menominee........ H 15 Faleston, Houghton. C12 Falmouth, MissaukeeN" 23 iFargo, Saint Clair.... R 30 Farleighs, Bay....... P 27 Farmers Creek, (r. d. i Metamora) Lapee'r..S 28 Farmers Sidings, Ottawa Farmington, Oakland UT 28 Farnham, MenominieeH16 Farowe, (r. d. Hudsonville) Ottawa........ S21 Farwell, Clare....... 0 24 Faunus. (P. 0. name Labranclie) Menominee.................G- 17 Fawn River, (r. d. SturI gis) Saint Joseph..W 22 Faxon, (r. d. South Butler) Rrancti........ V 24 'Fayette, Delta....... H 19 Federman, (r. d. Ida) I Monroe............ W28 Felch, Dickinson.... G 15 Felton, Bay............... Fenmore, (r. d. Racy) - 25 Saginaw.....ý.....R 26 Fennville, Allegan... T 20 Fenton, Genesee.....S 27 100 Fenwick, Montcalm.. R 23 200 Fergus, Saginaw..... R 26 Fern, (r. d. Custer) 300 Mason..............0 20 Ferris, (r. d. Vestaburg) Montcalm.......... Q 24 X Ferry, Oceana....... P 20 1,452 Ferrysburg, Ottawa.. R 20 Few Mfine, Dickinson.... FtbornTc., Mackinac F23 X Fib or n Quarry, Mackipac................. F 23 Fibre, Chippewa.....F 24 100 Fieyel, Washtenaw........ 2,094 Fields, Newaygo..... P 21 307 Fife Lake, Grand Trav39 erse................ L 22 Fillield, Saginaw.......P 27 X Filer City, Manistee. N 19 X Fillon, Huron........ 0 29 Film ore Center, (R, R. X naiae Filmore) Alle100 gan................. T20 1,063 Findley, (,r. d. Burrý 80 Oak) St. Joseph... W 22 173 Finik, Washtenaw........ X Finkton, (r. d. E, Jordan) X Antrim............ I19 150 Finn, Oakland............ x Finnegaii, Marquette.... Fish Cove, KeweenawB 15 50 Fisher, Gladwin......... 752 Fishers, (r. d. Grand.Rapids) Kent........ S21 25 Fishe2rville, (P. 0. name 500 Laredo) Bay....P 26 80 Fish ville, (r. d. Sheri681 dan) Mlontcalm....Q24. Fisk, (r. d. Otsego) Al15 legan............... T 21 30 Fitchburg, (r. d. StockX bridge) Ingham.... U 26 Five Channels Damn, X losco.............. M27 35 Five ChannzelsSpr X losco...............MN 27 1,672 Flajoleg, Bay......... P 26 553 Flanders, (r. d.. Dafoe) 50 Alpena............. J 27 Flat Rock, Delta.... H117 79 Flat Rock, Wayne... V 29 Flat Rock Lodge, AIX cona...............LT 27 Flemzing, Livingston. T 26 20 Fletcher Jutnctioný,. 375 Alpena............. J 28 Flint, Genesee...... R 27 50 Floodwood, Dickin75 son................ F 15 Florence, (r. d. Three 110 Rivers) Manistee...N 21 362 Flowercreek, (r.d. Mon500 tague) Oceana.......P 19 X Flowerfield, " Sain't Joseph............. V 22 45 Floyd, (r. d. Midland) X Midland........... P 26 X Flushing, Genesee'...R 27 700 Flynn, (r. d. Brown 592 City) Sanilac....... R 29 )< Fochtmagi, Emnmet... 124 Ford City, Wayne........ 10 Fordney, (r. d. Brandt) Saginaw............ Q 26 X Ford River, (r. d. Bark 100 River) Delta....... H 17 Ford JRiver Stattion, 25 (P. 0. name Hyde) Delta.............. H 17 X Fords, Wayne............ Forester, (r. d. Carson1(00 ville) Sanilac....... Q 31 Forestgrove, (r. d. 25 Hudsoiiville)OttawaS 21 25 Forest Ha II, Cass.... W 21 292 Forest Hill, Gratiot.. Q 24 578 Forest Lake, Alger.. 14,19 X Forestville, Sanilac.. P 30 150 Fork, (r. d. Barryton) 56 Mecosta............O0 23 Formani. Lake...... 0 21 80 Forsyth. (1I". R. name X Little Lake /Stationi) X f-~ Marquette........F17 46 Lake) Jackson..... UV 26 100 Fn~nkenlust. (r. d. Bay 1,386 City) Bay................ * Frankenmuth, SagiX naw................ Q 27 Frankentrost, (r. d. SagX inaw)Saginaw.......... 350 Frankfort, Benzie...L 20 Franklin, Houghton C 13 * Franklin Junction, (P.O. name Paavola) * Houghton.......... B 13.Franklin, Oakland...T 29 Franklin Mine, Houghton.......... C 13 Fraser, or Frazer, * Macomb........... T 30, F reda, Houghton..... C 12 * Freda Park,. Hough200 ton................. B 12 350 Frederic, Crawford..K 24 437 Fredonia, (r. d. Manchester) WAsltenawV 27, 300. Freedom, Cheb 'oyganH 24 Freeland, Saginaw...Q 26 25 Freeport, Barry.......S22 Free Soil, Mason.... N 20 X Fr-liburgers, (r. d. Trye) 20 Sanilac............. P 30 Fremont, New~aygo..,Q 20 F r e nc hl1a n di1ng, 150 Wayne............. V 28 X Frety, Missaukee.......... 175 Friday, Delta....... G 18 300 Frisco, Jackson.......... X Frontier, Hillsdale..W 25 Frost, (r. d. Hemlock) X Saginaw............0, 26 X Frost, Houghton.... D 12 564 'Fruitland, VanBurenU20 "X Fruitport, MuiskegonR 20 Fruit Ridge, jLenaweeW 26 "X Fullers, Lenawee........ 522 Fulton, Kalamazoo..V 22 Fulton, Keweenaw..B 14 Furness, Antrim......... 70 G 10 533 2,331 115 125 50 X 150 450 X X 75 40 X X 340 X 500 28 150 16 x 50 X X, X X 50 20 X 1,117 50 X X.50 l00 X 650 X 130 X 49,546 X X 100 100 25 938 X X 1,689 25 700.20 Xý116 100 X 125 X 234 X X 150 1,555 X 350 150 97 220 500 X 400 X x X 450 460 250 25 2,009 50.150 X X 225 30 X X 330 50 X 250 x 50 01alloivatGrnmd Traverse X Galloway, (r. d. Merrill) Saginaw............ Q 25 it Galt, Missaukee.......N 23 50 Ganges, Allegan..... T 20 100 Garder., Delta...... H 19 497 Gardendale, (r, d. Port Huron) St. Clair............... R 31 X Gar:fleld, Bay............. 60 Garfield, (P. 0. name Eastwood) Saginaw.... 100 Garnet, Mackinac....F 22 250 Gatesville, C hippewa G 2 6, 800 Gaukler, Macomb........ X Gay, Keweenaw...... B 14 X Gaylord, Otsego... X 24 1,538 Geary, (r. d. Laingsburg) Clinton...... S 25 25 Geddes, Washitenaw.UI 27 100 Geels, Roscommon..M 25 X Geer, (.r. d. Plymouth) Washitenaw........ U 28 X Celetine, Ottawa........ X Genesee, Genesee...R 2] 7 88 Geneva,, (r. d. Townley) Lenawee...... W 26 104 Georgetown, (r. d. Jenison) Ottawa........ Q 6 X Gera, Saginaw........ Q 27 100 Gerber, Benz~ie......M 2l X Gerkey, (r. d. Lake Odessa) Barry...... T 23 X Germania, (r. d. Marlette) Sanilac....Q 29 2 Germ fask, SchooleraftF 21 210 Gert, (r. d. Riga) Monroe................ W 27 200 Gibraltar, Wayne.... V 29 175 Gibson,' (r. d. Rolland) Allegan.......T 20 25 Gilbert, Wexford '.. M 22 50 Gilchrist, Mackinac.. F 22 25 Gilead, (r. d. Bronson) Branch.............W 23 808 Gilford. Tuscola......Q 27 100 Gillesp~ie, Marquette..D 16 X Gills Pier, (r. d. Omena) Leelanau........... J. 21 150 Gilmore, (r. d. Farwell) Isabella............ P 24, X Girard, (r. d- Coldwater) Branch.....V 23 250 Gitcliel, (r. d. Hudsonville) Ottawa....... S 21 X Gladstone. Delta.... G 17 4,211 G-la-dwin, Gladwin. 0 25 988 Gitrason, Dickinson.. F 16 X Glen Arbor,LeelanauK 20 300 Glencoe, (r. d. Kinde) Huron.........029 X Glendale, (r. d a Paw) Van Buren..UI 21 177 Glendora, Berrien.. W 19 100 Glengarry, Wexford.M 21 X Glenhaven, LeelanauK 20 100 Glen Lord, (r. d. St. Joseph) Berrien.. V 19 X Glenmere, Leelanau. K 21 X Glenn, (W. d. South Haven) Allegan.... T 20 300 Glennie, Alcona...... L 27 100 Glenwood. Cass...... V" 20 105 Glow, Otsego........ K 25 X Gobleville, (R. R. name Gobles) Van Buren............. TT 21 537 GodIdard8 Siding, Wayne X Godwin, Marquette.-.D 16. X Gogebic, Gogebic...'.F 10 X Goo, Cliarlevoix.......J 23 X Goodells, Saint Clair.S 30 150 Good Harbor, (r. d. MlapleCity)Le~elanauK,21 150 Goodhart, Eminett...H 23 100 Gooding, Kent.......RPk 21 50 Goodison, Oakland.. T 29 40 Goodrich, Genesee...S 28 300 Goodwell, (r. d. Stanwood) Newaygo.... P 22 X Gordon, Macomb........ x Gordon, Marquette....E 19 100 Gordonville, (r. d. & Midland) Midlanld...P 25 X Gorman, (r. d. Adrain) ILenawee........... W26 15 Gorton, (r. d. Allen) Branch............W n4A GRAND RAPIDS, Kent.............. S 21 123,227 Grandville, Kent..... S21 680 Grange, (r. d. Deckerville) Sanilac........... 12 Granite, Marquette.. E 15 X Granite Bluff, Dickinson................ G 15 31 Grant. Delta......... G 17 X Grant, Newaygo.... Q 21 428 Grape, (r. d. Monroe) Mlonroe............ W28 12 Grass Lake, Jackson.U 17 760 Grassmere, (r. d. Bad Axe) Huron..... 0 29 10 Grass Rbiver, Antrimn..... X Gratiot Ceniter, Saint, Clair.................... X Gratiot R-oad, Saginaw... X Grattan, (r. d. Belding) Kent..............R 22 1,200 Gravel, Jackson.......... X Gravel Pit, Tuscola.,.P 28 X Graves Camp, Antrim.... X Grawn,Grand TraverseL24 250 Gray, (r. d. Midland). Midland............PF 26 25 Gra-yling-.C rawford L 24 1.775 Gr ay lock, Sag-iniaw... Q 26 X Great We.3tern, Iiron.F 14 X Green, Ontonagon -...D 11 15 Greenbush, Alcona..L 28 50 Greendale, Midland........ 10 GIreelifleld, Waync.. TT 29 100 Greengardlen, (1'. d. Nlarquette). Marquette.............. E 17 250 Greenings, Monroe., W 28 X Greeiilake, (r. d. Cale(Ionia) Allegan...... S 22 150 Greenland, Oiitonagon............... D 12 1,500 Greenleaf, (r. d. Cass City) Sanilac....... P 29 25 Green Oak, (r. d. Brighlton) Livingston.-... U 27 45 Greenriver, (r. d'. Mancelona) Antrim.... K 23 X Greens, Clare............ X Mich. 2 Greenville. Montcalmrv 24 Greenwood, Ogemaw N 26 Gregory, Livingston. UT 26 Greilickville, LeelanauL21 Gresham, (r. d. Charlotte) Eaton........ T 24 Greylock, Mackinac.. F 22 Gridley, (r. d. Saranac) Ionia................S 23 Grind Stone City, Huron..................N 20 Grise, losco.............. Griswold, (r. d. Cedar Springs) Kent...... R 22 Groesbeck,(P. 0. name Topaz) Ontonagon.El 11 Groos, Delta......... H 18 Groscap, Mackinac... G 24 Gross, Van Buren...... Grosse Ile, Wayne..V2 Grosse Point, Hough-_ ton................. C 13 Grosse Pointe, Wayne.... Grosse Point Farms, Wayne..............U39 Grossepoint Park,Wayne Grove, Houghton......... Grove, Oakland...... T 28 Grove,. (r. d. Sandlake) Newavo.............Q 22 Groveland, DickinsonH 15 Groveland, (r. d. Holly) Oakland............ S28 Gulliver, Schoolcraft. G 20 Gull Lake, (r.d. CresseyN) Barry............. U7 23 Gunlake, (r. d. Shelbyville) Allegan...... T 22 Gunnisonville. (r. d. Lansing) Clinton... S 25 Gustin, Alcona....... L 28 Gwinn, Marquette.....F17 H_ Haakwood, CheboyganJ24 Hadley, Lapeer...... S 28 HfChippewa....... F24 Hagar, (r. d. Benton Harbor) Bierrien....... V19 Hagenman, Hillsdale.W 25 Hagensville. (r. d. Hawks) Presque Isle.I27 Haggerty, Wayne........ Haire, (r. d. Mantyn) Wexford...........'MT20 Hale, Alger......... E18 Hale or Hale Lake, losco...............MA 27 Half Way, Gladwin. 0 25 Halfway, Nfacom b.,... U 30 Hallers, (r. d. Fenton) Livingston......... T 27 Hallock, (r. d. Gaylord) Otsego............... J 24 Halls, Muskegon.... R 20 Hallston., Alger...... E' 19 H'alstead, Kalkaska.. AM23 Hamburg, Livringston I 27 Hamilton. Allegan....T 20 Hamtilton, Otsego....J 24 Hamlet, Emmet..... H 24 Hainli?, M~enominee..... Hamnlin Lake, Mason. 0 19 Hammond, Pres que Isle................. 1 26 Hanqpton, Bay........... llav?,ton Yard, Bay..... Hamtramck, (B r.Detroit P. 0.) Wayne...... U 29 Hanco,,kg, Houghton. C.13 Hand Station, WayneU 29 Handy,.Alcona...... L 28 Hanley, Alger............ Hanley, (r. dt. Hudsonville) Ottawa....... S 21 Hannah, (r. d, Kingsley) Grand TraverseL 21 Hadnns Stding, Clare..... Hanover, Jackson... V 29 Hansen, Menominee. J 16 Ranson, Crawford...L 24 Harbert, Berrien.... W 19 Harbor Beach, Huron.0 30 Harbor Springs, Emmet.................. 1 23 Hard-rove, Crawford.K.24 Hordý7 ii/ ng,f Masn n.... Harrison, Lenawee...... Harrisville,AlconaL 28 Hart, Ocea a........P 19 Hartford, Van Buren. V20 Harho, Alger....... E 19 Hartland, Livingston. T 27 Hartleys, Gongcbic....E 10 Hartman, (r. d. Eau Claire) Berrien.... V 19 Hartwellville, (r. d. Owosso) Shiawassee.S 26 Hartwick, (r. d. Le Roy) Osceola.............N20 Harvard. Kent....... R 22 Harvey,.(r. d. Marquette; 1,3 R. name C'iocoZCT?/)MarquetteE16 Ha87kin8, Wexford. '. M 22 ffatleinere, MackinacF 22 Haslett, hIgham......T '<5 Hastin-.s, Barry... T 23 Hatchs Crossinig, Leelanau............... K 21 Hatton, (r. d. Lake George) Clare.....0 24 Hawes, (r. d. Lincoln) Alcona............. L 28 IHawken, Oakland........ Hawkhead, (r. d. Kibb ie)1 Allegan............. T 20 Hawkins. (r. d. Reed City) Newaygo............ 022 Hawks, (11. 1?. namne /a, Roqae) Presque Isle...................J 26 IRaues, Benzie........ L 20 Hlaymarsh, MissaukeeM24 Hatynor, Ionia........ S28 ff(tzel,Irn........... F 13 Hfavel. Houghton......D 13 Hazelton, (r. d. New Lothrop) ý;lflaxvasseeR 26 Heath, (r. d. Hudsonville) Olftawa........ S21 Hebatrd, Kýeweenaw..B 14 Hebron, (r. d. Levering) Chieboygan........ H 25 Weinforili, Leelanlau. K21 Helena, A iitrim......KX 23 Helena, (r. d. Harbor Beach) Huron...... P 30 Helena, Marqiiette...F 17 llelmer.(r.d. Mceifillan) Luce............... F 21 Heolp. Menomincee.... G 16 Hemlock, Saginaw....Q 26 4,045 X 250 X 20 X X 462 X X X -18 225 X 700 X 830 862 290 X X 50 X 75 75 30 X 25 100 11000 X 325 250 X X 100 X 100 X 100 X 700 X 15 X X X 250 275 X X X X 106 X X 21,520 11,081 100 X X 30 26 X 364 X X 50 1,556 1,805 100 X X 20 X 150 50 100 X X 200 4,383 X -35 X X 50 50 200 X 20 X X X 75 X X 100 X 10 20 V X 250 Henderson. DickinsonF15 Henderson, Ionia.... R 23 Henderson, Shiawasssee...................R 26 HendricAks. MNarquetteG 17 Zlendric&k, Otsego....J 25 Hendricks Quarry, Mackinac.......... F22 Hendrie, Chippewa....F 23 Henrietta, (r. d. Munith) Jackson............ U 25 Henrietta Station, Jacksson................. UT 26 Henry, Manistee.... M 20 Herman, Baraga.....D 14 Hermansville, Menominee................. H 16 Herps, Kent.......... 821 Herrick, (r. d. Clare) Isabella............ 0 24 Herrington, Ottawa..R 21 Hersey, Osceola.... 0 22 Hesperia, Oceana.... P 20 Hessel, Mackinac.... G 25 Hetherton, Montnmorency............... J 25 Hiawatha.Schoolcrat'tF 20 Hickory Corners,. BarIT...................IU 22 Higbee., (r. d. Morley) Mecosta............ P 22 Highbank, (r. d. Hastings) Barry......... T 23 Highbridge, ManisteeM20 Highland, Oakzland.. T28 Highland Park, Ottawa. Highland Park,WayneU29 Highwood, Gladwin. 0 25 Hill, (r. d. Barryton) Mecosta............. P22 Hill, Oakland.. *........' Hilliards, Allegan.... T 22 Hilliards, Manistee... Hillman, Montinorei;cy..............J 26 Hillman Junc~tion,1",Alpena............. J 28 Hillsdale. HFillsdaleW25 Hillside, WNashtenaw..... Hilltopj, Berrien...... V1 9 Hinchman, (r. d. Berrien Springs) Berrien................ W 19 Hitc/icoch:, Antrim....K 23 Hoags, Mason....... N 20 Hobart, Wexford.....N 22 Hobson, Alpena.......J 27 Hobson, Huron.......030 Hodge, (r. d. Kingsley) Grand Traverse.... L 22 Hodunk. (r. d. U~nion City) Branch....... V 23 Hoffman, (r. d. Shelby) Oceana............. P 19 Hqffs Siding, Mlacomb... Holbrook, (r. d. Cumber) Sanilac............. P30 Rolden, Oakland....... Holland, Ottawa.....S 20 Hollister, (r. d. Pontiac) Oakland............ T 29 Holloway. Lenawee..W 27 Holly, Oakland...... S 27 Hollywood, (r. d., Saint Josephi) Ben ieii... V 19 H olqmes Siding, Branch.......W 23 Holstein, (r.'d.*Montague) Oceana....... Q 19 Holt, Ingham........ T 25 Holton, Mu,-kegon....020 Homer, Calhoun......V 24 Homestead, (r.d. Benzonia) Beuzie.......L20 Homesteani, ChippewaE 26 Honorg,Benzie.....L20 Hoop-, Kalk'aska......... Hoopemr, Allegan... U2 Hope, Midland....... F 25 H-opRkins, Allegan..... T 21 Hopple, Washitenaw...... Hoppjer, Manistee......... H op p evr Junction, Manistee........... N20 Horr, (r. d. Weidinan) Isabella............. P23 F-orseshoe, (r. d. Grand -J __c--i__) A~e. I 20 --TTW Howlett, Wayne..... UT 30 Howrn, Saginaw......... Hoxeyville, Wexford N 21 Hoxie, (r. d. North, Adams) Hillsdale..W25 Hoytville, (r. d. Mulliken) Eaton.........T 24 Hubbard Lake, Alpena K.27 Hubbardston, Ionia..R 24 Hubbell, Houghton. 1B 14 Huibbells M1ill, (P. 0. niamle Rubicon) Ontonagon.............. D 12 Huber, (r. d. Hesperia) _Newaygo............ P20 Hudson, Lenlawee.... W 25 Hudsonville. Ottawa. S 21 Hug/hes, Mecosta.... P 23 Hulbert, Chippewa... E 23 Humboldt, Marquette.E15 Hulle, (r. d. Battle-. Creek) Calhoun... U" 22 Humlphrey, MNanistee M 20 H-unger~ford, ewa~ygo'P 22 Hunters Creek, Lapeer..................S 28 Hunters Mill, Luce.. F 22 Huntspur, Mackinac. G 21 Hui-oil, (r. d. Grindstone City) Huron. 0 30 Huronia, Beach, Saint Clai................ R 31 Huron Mountain, Afarquette............. D-16 Ru Ic/minso n. Tuscola. P 28 Hyde, (r. d. Escanaba; R. R. nam e Ford River iSl~ation)TDeltaB 17 Hylas, Dickinson....G 16 Ida, Monroe......... W28 Ides Gravel -Pit, Kent.... Iinlay City, L-,ipeer...R29 Ina, (r. d. 'Iustin) Osceola................N 23 Indian Landing, Antrim. Indian River, Cheboygan.............. 1 24 Indian I'own, Menominee.............. RH 17 Ingalls, Menomiinee.. I 16 Jugallstoni,Menominee JA Ingleside, Chieboygaii.H24 Inkster, Wayne.... U 29 X X 90 X X X X 200 X 100 800 1,200 X 82 15 310 462 200 30 40 150 X X X 300.X 4,120 50 X X 100 X 411 X 5,001 X 225 100 150 X 75 10 X X X X X X X 13,639 X 100 1,537 X X X 350 300 1,008 X 500 X 100 25 400 X X X X y 68 200 450 1,059 81 X 1,17 8 300 X X 263 X X 100 100 X 13 X X X X 20 x 223 X 1,174 20 X 350 X 524 31 X 200 KLE Inlandl, (r. d. Ilcidon).Benzie............. L 21 Interior. Ontonngon.F 12 1I1t erio0r Junction, Ontonagon.......... F 12 Interlochen, Grand Traverse........... L 21 Inwood, (r. d. Charlevoix) Charlevoix...J 22 Ionia, Ionia......... S 23 losco, (r. d. Fowlerville) Livingston..........T 26 Irma, Emmet........ 124 Iron Bridge, Baraga.D 13 Iron Mountain, Dickinson.......... H15 Iron River, Iron...... G 13 Irons, Lake.......... N 21 Ironton, Charlevoix..J 23 Ironwood, Gogebic...E 10 Irving, Barry......... T 22 Isabella, Delta...... G 19 Isabella. Isabella.... P 24 Isadore, (r. d. Cedar). Leelanau............ K 2t Ishpeming, MarquetteEll Island Lake, Livingston............... T 27 Ithaca, Gratiot.....Q 25 Iva, (r. d. Hemlock) Saginaw............. Q26 Ivan, (r. d. South Boardmnan) Kalkaska.....L 23 Ivanhoe, (r. d. Badaxe) Huron............ Q 29 Ivy, Macomb............. j Jackcson, Jackson.. V 25 Jacobs ville, 11oughtonC'14 Jam, (r. d. Merrill) Midland........ -... Q 25 Jamestown, Ottawa..S 21 Jaquay, Berrien.... Wi19 Jasper, Lenawee.... W 26 Jeddo, Saint Clair....R 31 Jefferson. (r. d. Osseo) Hillsdale........... W 25 Jeffery, (r. d. Portland) Ionia............... S 24 Jenison, Ottawa.....S 21 Jennings, Mlissaukee. M22 Jerome, Hillsdale.... V 25 Jerome Park, Wayne... Jerseyville, (r. d. Shep-* herd) Isabella.......Q 24 Jessie, (r. d. Ovid) Clinton............. S 25 eJessieville, Gogebic... E 9 Job, Grand Traverse..... Johannesburg, 0Otsego................ K 25 Johannesburg J~uncStion, Otsego....... K 25 Johnson, (r. d. Brookland) Jack-son...... V26 Johnson, Huron.......0 29 J071718011 Spur, MNenonflnee................... Johns Wood.GhippewaG28 Jones, Cass........... W 21 Jonesville. Hillsdale. W 24 Jopl-ing, Marquette..D 16 Joppa, Calhoun.......V '43 Joyfield, (r. d. Benzonia) Benzie......MA 20 Judds Corners. (r. d. Flushing-) Shiawas-.see...................R 26 Judges, Crawford.... K 25 Juhl, (r. d. Marlette) Sanilac............. Q 29. JTunclion, Oakland....... Junction Swlitch,. Bpnzie.............. L20 Juniata, (r. d. Vassar) Tuscola............ Q 28.K Kalamazoo. Kamamazoo..............UT 22 Kalamo, (r. d. Charlotte) Eaton................T 23 Ka.9leva, MnNlistee... M20n Kenned if, Cass...... W 20 Kenn edy Siding, Lnawee Kenneth, Mackinac...G 24 Ken~o, Newaygo..... P 21 Keno, RosCOmnmon..M 25 Kensington, (r. d. New Hudson) Oakland...... Kent City, Kent....R 21 Kenton, Houghton....E 12 K~enlucky, Antrim... J 23 Kenwood, Wayne... 29 Kerby, (r. d. Corunna) Shiawassee......... S 26 Kierston, Alpena..... 28 Keswick.(r. d. Traverse City) Leelanau.....K 22 Kiew, Menominee.....J 16 Kewadin, Antrim..... K 22 KeweenwayBay,BaragaD13 Keystone, (r. d. Traverse C ilty) Grand Traverse............ L 22 Kibbie or..Kibbies, Van Buren........ TT 20 Killmaster,(r. d. Harrisville) Alcona........ L 28 Killmaiiagh, (r. d. Sebewaing) Huron.. p 28 Kiln Tr-ack, Mtarquette.. Kimball, (r. d. Smjiths.Creek) Sai nt Clair. S 31 Kinde, Hurun....... 0 29 Kinderhook, Branch W 23 KiUng, Dickinson.....H 15 Kings, Wayne............ Kingsland, (r. d. Eaton. Rapids) - Eaton..... T 24 Kingsley, Grand Traverse............... L 22 Kingsley, Delta.......G 17 Kings Mill, Lapeer... It 29 Kingston, Tuscola... Q 29 Kinney, (r. d. Grand Rapids) Kent....... S21 Kinross. Chippewa... F 25 Ki7 Iner, Tuscola.... P 2-9 Kipling, Delta........ G 17 Kirby, Washtenaw.X. 27 Kirk, (r. d. Walkerville) Newaygo......P 20 Kirk, Wayne.......... Kirkland, Roscommlon;.'. Ifiteld, Houghton.... E 12 Klein, (r. d. Hillman) Montmorency...26 185 X x X 500 X 5,030 102 X X 9,216 2,450 x 150 14,147 100 200 X 15,876 150 12,4 X x0 150 X 34,097 800 13 -300 250 125 1 -00 190 X 21 X X X 700 X X x X 200 200 1.396. X 40 328 15C X is x X 68 1 X X X 20 467 500 X X X. X 25 X 150 25 X 30 50 70 X 38 360 x X X X 499 100 60 302 X 50 X 400 50 X X.133 X 576 X X 180 100 X 20 X 50 25 X 2,516 8,000 802 100 X 150 X X 110 Gaastra, Iron........G 13 X X Gagetown, Tuscola..P 29 358 X Vaines. Genesee....... S 2 7 238 Gale, (r. d: Hesperia) X Oceana............ P 20 X 37 Galesburg, Kalamazoo IT 22 656 X Galien. Berrien..... W" 19 405

Page  186 186 KLI INDEX OF MICHIGAN. Klingers. (R. I%. name Klingers Lake) Saint Joseph........W 22 Klink, (r. d. Eaton Rapids) Inghhamn....T 25 Klomnan, Menominee H 16 Klondike, (r d. Hesperia) Oceana......P 21 Klondike, SchooleraftF19 Kneeland, Crawford.L 25 K-night, Kalkaska....... Knorr Lake, HillsdaieV25 Koop)man, MissaukeeN 23 Kopje, Newaygo.....P 21 Korelock. (R. R. name Lake Gogebic) Ontonagon............ D 10 KorIh, Lenawee.......... Koss, (r. d. Stephenson) Menominee.......115 Krabbe, Bay. -........ Kulmbach, (r. d. Sagina1w) Saginaw......Q 27 40 50 X A5 X x X X x X X X 150 X X L Labarge, (r. d. Caledonia) Kient........S 22 Labranclie,(U.(.. iiame Faua&uus) 1enoinneeG17 Lacey, (r. d. A-syria) Barry.............. U 23 Lachine, Alpena...... J 27 Lac la Belle, Keeweenaw................ B 15 Lacota, Van Buren...U 20 Ladoga, Delta....... F 18 Lafayette, (r. d. Breckenridge) Gratiot...Q 295 La Grange, (r. d. Dowagiac) Cass........ W 20 Laing, (r. d. Bandusky) Sanilac..............f 30 Laingsburg, Shiawassee..................S 25 Lake. Clare.......... D 23 Lake Ann, Benzie.... L21 Lake City, Missaukee................M 23 Lake Cori, (r. d. Paw IPaw) 1an Buren...V 20 Laketleld, (r. d. Merrill) Saginaw............ Q 25 Lake George, Clare..O 24 Lake Gogebiv, (P. O n n e Korelock) Oat nagon........D 10 Lake Haruor, Musliegon................R 20 Lutke Hclrold. AntrimiK 24 Lake Juanc;tionBenzieL20 La ke Junctio n, C narlevo; x................J 24 Lakuland, LivingstonU27 Lake Linden, Houghton.................C 14 Lake, rline,Ontonago nD12 Lake Od, ssa, lunia...S 23 Lake Pohin., (t". R. name Palvo Paw) Berrien...........V 20 Lakeport, (r. d. North Street) Saint Clair..RP 31 Lakeridge, (r. d. Ridgeway) 1 vLawee...... V27 Lakeshlilie, (r. d. Grosse Poinie -LA',rms) Macomb................T 30 Lake Shore Junction, Wayne................. Lakeside, Berrien-..W 18 Lakeside, Huron..... Lak(-side, Luce.......E ý1 Lakeside. Macomb..... Letkeniewo. loughiton..... Lakeview, Mvntcalm.Q 23 L ak e, ieto Farm, Manistee................ Lakevllb, Oakland..S 29 Lake Wood, Emmet..H 24 Lakewool C ub, (R. R, j aiine Stceet) Muskegon................Q 20 La..ar, Kent......... Limb, Saint Clair....S 30 Lani be-rtville,MonroeW 28 Lamont, Ottawa..... R21 Lam tte, (r. d. Marlette) 6aii l c.......Q 29 Lagumtsonj, Emmet..... 123 Langiport, (r. d. Merrill) Grati t............. Q25 Langston, (r. d. Greenville) Miatcalm...Q 23 L'Aiise, Baraga.... D 13 LAN N 1,-G,I ng9 ham T 25 Lapeer, Lapeer.... P% 28 Lapeer Junction, Lapeer. Laporre, (r. d. 1 reelhnd) MidlInd......Q 26 Laramie, Chlippewa..E 26 Lare 1 ), (1k. R. name _Fiherville; r. d. Auburn) Bay......P 26 Larkin, (r. d. Mlidland) Mlidland............. 1 26 Larks. (r. d..Pellston) Emmet...........H 24 La eo(cque,(P. 0. namne H1awks)Presque IsleJ 26 La Salle, Monroe'.... W 28 Latiir p, Delta....... F 17 Laur I (r. d. Sanilac Ccnter) Sanilae....Q 30 Lauriunt,, Holughton.B 13 Lawn~,, W-aynle........ U 29 La wr~ence, Van B~uren V20 Lawtonu, Van Buren.V 21 Layyton Corniers, (r~. d. New Lothrop) Saginaw......R..... 126 ~Leaper', Menominlee.. H Its Leaton,i (r. d. Mc~t. Pleasaut) 1sabella........ P 24 L~e,~laniia, Leelanau...K 21 L~ee, Allegan........U 20 Leter, -Alpena..........J 27 I,weyhburg, Josc ph1.... V 21 L esville, Wayne......... Leet~sville, 1K alka:ska.K~3 LearaudL Checboyga~n.. I 25 l~eipharrit, KIalkas*ka.. L 23 Le~isur~e, (r. ci. KIibbie) Allegpan.~........... U~ 20 Leitch., (r. d. D~eckerv-ille) Sanilaec.....-..P 30 Teland, Leelanau...K 21 Lemion Lake, (r. d. Copemish) Manistee.I 20 Lenawee Junction, Lenawee..........W AV27 Lengsville, (r. d. Linwood) Bay..........P 26 Lennon, Shiawassee..S 27 Lenox, Macomb......S 30 Leonard. Oakland....S 29 Leoni, (r. d. Grass Lake) Jackson.... V 26 Leonidas, St. Joseph. V 23 Leota, Clare.........N 24 Lepine, Kalkaska........ Le R -y, Osceola.....N 22 Les Cheneaux, Mackinac................ G 25 Leslie. I n-ham.......U 25 Lester. (r. d. Montgom ery) Branch...-W 24 Leutz. (r. d. Brant) Saginaw............ R 26 Levering, Emmet....H 24 100. 70 35 X X 100 X X 5 X 14 703 200 171 740 X 17 100 X 25 x X X 84 2,325 50 1,222, X 61 X 10 X 75 X 20 X X 954 X 81 200 x X 200 151 400 X x X X 150 r08 37,512 3,946 X 100 570 20 X X 200 11 0 150 21 9,7.0 66;3 1,042 100 100 X i5 50 25 X 100 250 X X X 400 40 20 X 100 350 313 147 300 50 331 X 1,032 50 X 350 Lewis, (r. d. Flint.) Genesse..........R 27 X Lewiston, Montmor-. ency............... K 25 550 Lexington, Sanilac...Q 31 519 Liberty, (r. d. Cement City) Jackson......V 25 200 Lickleys Corner, Hillsdale..................... 25 Lighton, Berrien.... W 19 25 Liken, Antrim........... X Lilley, Newaygo.....P 21 60 Lima, (r. d. Chelsea) Washtenaw........U 27 X Limecreek, (r. d. Hudson) Lenawee......W 25 X Lime Island,ChippewaG26 X Lzmerick, Grand Traverse X Limestone, Alger.... F 18 27 Liminga, Houghton..B 13 x Limits, Wayne........... X Lincoln, Alcona......L 29 122 Lincoln, Macomb........ * Lincoln, Mason.......019 X Lincoln Lake, Kent..R 22 50 Linden, Genesee.....S 27 550 Linclerman, Muskegon... X Linkville, (r. d. Owendale) Huron........ 028 100 Linwood, (R. R. name Linwood Park) BBayP 26 200 Lisbon, (r. d. Conklin) Kent............... R 21 96 Liske, Presque Isle...I1 27 X Liston, Schooleraft...E 20 X Litchfield, Hillsdale..V 24 660 Littlefield, En.met....T 24 X Little Ilarbor,Schooleraft 41 Little Lake Station, (P. 0. name Forsvth) Marqiuette.......... F 17 150 Little Mfanistee. Lake.... X Little Point Sable, Oceana............. P 19 X Little River, ManisteeN20 X Livingston. Berrien.W 19 50 Livonia, (r. d. Plymouth) Wayne.....U 28 40 Locke, (r. d. Webberville) Iughiam...... T 26 190 Lockwood. (r. d. Coldwater) Branch....W 23 X Locust, (r. d. Pittsford) Hillsdale...........W 25 X Lodi, (r. d. Kalkaska) Kalkraska..........L 23 X Loehne, (r. d. Auburn) Blay................. P 26 50 Log, Graud Traverse..... X Logan, (r. d. Clarksville) 1Kent........S 22 X Lola., K~alkaska.......K 23 X London, (r. d. Milan) Monroe............ V28 50 Long, IHuron........ X* Long Lake, Iosco....M 27 X Longpoiint, Chieboygan... X Long Rapids, Al pena.J 27 200 Longvie, Mlenominee.1 5 X Long Sidiing, Marquette.. x Long Siding, Van Buren..............U 20 X Loomis, Isabella.....0 24 300 Loop, Wayne............. X Loop Line Junctlop, Dickinson..........II 15 X Lo~p Line Sioitch, Saginaw............. X L-')ranger, Ogemnaw..N 26 X Loretto, Dickinson...H 15 600 Lott. (0. d. Glennie) Alcoma...........M 2- 300 Loud sputr, Alger... 10 Lovells, Crawford...K 2; 100. Lowell, Eent.........S 22 1,761 Lower B ig Rapids, Il costa................ X Loxley, Roscoinmon.M 24 50 Lucas. Missaukee....N 22 250 Luce, (r. d. Chesaning) Saginaw....... R 26 20 Ludlin1gtlon1,fMlaon..() 19 9,969 Lulu, Monroe....... W 29 50 Lum, Lapeer.........R 29 250 LumAn, (r. d. Coleman) Midland.......O 25 20 Landeen, IviontitiorencyK25 X Lupton, Ogemaw....-- 26 1i5l Luther, Laie......... N21 626 Luzerne, (,scoida.....L 25 25 Lyman, (r~. d. C'aledonia) Kent.........S 23 X Lynn, (r. d. Capa:c) St. Clair~................8 30 X Lyonette, Jackso~n...V 25 X LyonR~IanorRoscommon. X L~yons, lonia........S 24 611 Mass Kine, Marqluette... X Mabel, (P8. R. name Tu'2nk) K~alkatska...L 22 X Mlabel.,Grand TraverseL22L 25 MlcAfee, K~alkaska...L '23 V Mlc~ain, M~issaukee.. N21 546 Mlclridies, M~ontealm.Q 23 236 MccCa rron, C hippewa.F1'25 50 McCordts, K~ent......S 22 35 McT~onaldt. Van~urenW 20 95 McDonough, (r. d. St. Charles) Saginaw...R 26 22 McFm la n d. (P.O. nam e Turin) Marquette..F 17 143 McGregor, Sanilac... Q 30 50 McGrewo, Genessee...1- 27 X fcIntiffo, IIuron....P 29 X Melvor, losco.....i...N 27 26 Mc ha', C(.1re......O 24 X Alfcay, Mecosta......... X MeTeever, ( iitonia-zonD12 X McLeans, (r. d. Grant) No waygo.......... Q 20 30 M/cansL rit,CharlevoixJ24 X McMillani, Luce......E 21 200 jlcRate, Dickiinson...F 16 X McReave'/, AlarquetteE17 X McVille, Chiprewa..F 25 15 MNtacatawa, Ottawa...S 20 X M1aceey, Kent...... X Mackinac IslandMacinac................ G 24 714 Mackinaw, CheboyganH24 697 Macomb, (r. d. Alt. Clemens) Macomb. T 30 200 Mfacomnb Stati-nz,Macomb X Macon. Lenawee..... V 27 237 Madison, (r. d. Linden) Livinigston....T 27 125 Mahan, Kalkaska.... L23 X Malacca, MenomineeH 16 X Malcolm, Alanistee..M 20 25 Mallory, (r. d. Hudson) Hillsdale...........W25 X Malbhy, Charlevoix..J 24 X Maltby, Ogemliaw.....M 26 100 Malts, (r. d. Saginaw) Saginaw............Q 27 19 Mancelona, Antrim..K. 23 1,200 Mancelona Road, An-, trim................ K 24 X Manchester, Washtenaw................ V 26 1,047 Mandan, Keweenaw..B 15 100 Mangum, Maarquette..E 17 29 Mangum Mill, Marquette X Manigold, Marquette.F 17 X Manistee,Manistee N 19 12,381 Manistique, Schoolcraft............G 20 4,722 Manitou Beach, Lenawee 45 Mfanleys, Osceola....O 23 X Manning, Cheboygan T 25 Manning, Saginaw....... Manns Siding, Clare.O 24 Jfanseau. Leelanau.. K 21 Mansfield. Iron...... G 14 Mfansfield, Isabella...P 23 Manton, Wexford...M 22 Maple, (r. d. Portland) Ionia...............S 24 Maple City. Leelanau. K 21 Maple Forest, Van Buren.............U 20 Maplegrove, (r. d. Nashville) Barry.........T 23 Maple Hill, (r. d. Pierson) Montcalm.....Q 22 Maple Rapids, ClintonR 24 Maple Ridge. Arenac N 26 Maple Itidge, Delta..F 17 M3aple Slopge, Antrim.J 23 Mapleton, (r. d. Iron River) Iron..._... F 13 Mapleton. (r. d. Traverse City) Grand Traverse...........K22 Maplewood, (r. d. Allegan) Allegan...T 21 M-arble, Antrim.....K 23 Marblehead, Schoolcraft............... G 20 Mlarcellus, Cass......V 22 Marengo, Calhoun...U 24 Marenisco, Gogebic..F 10 Marilla, Manistee.... M 21 Marine City, Saint Clair..............T 31 Marion, Osceola.....N.23 Marion, Sanilac.....P 30 Marion Springs, (r. d. Brant) Saginaw.... Q 25 Marke'll, (r. d. Millington) Tuscola.......Q 28 Markey, RoscommonM 24 Marks, losco........N 27 Marlborough, Lake..021 Nfarlette, Sanilae.... Q29 Marl Lake, Newaygo.Q21 'Marquette, Marquette............. E 16 Marquette Scales,Marquette.................. Marshall, Calhoun U 24 Martha, ýIontcalm..J. 23 Martin, Allegan......T 22 Mfartin, Oakland......... Martinisville,(r.d.Belleville) Wayne.......V 28 Marysville.Saint Clair.S 31 MYashek, Marauette..F 16 Mason, Houghton...B 13 Mason, Ingham.... T 25 Masonville, Delta....G 18 Mass, Ontonagon.....D 12 M V astodon, Iron...... G 14 Yastodon Mine, IronG 14 Matchwood, Ontonagon..............E 11 Masters, Alger....... E 19 Matherton. Ionia..... R 24 Mittawain, Van BurenV 21 Mattison, (r. d. Sherwood) Branch....."W23 Maxton, Chippewa...G27 Maxwell, Oakland...... May, (r. d. Rolland) Allegan............ S 20 Maybee, iMonroe......V28 Mayfield, Grand Traverse...............L 22 Maytl Lake Junction, Presque Isle........l 26 Mayville, Tuscola....Q 28 Meade, (r. d. New Haven) Macomb...T 30 Xeads Quarry, Mackinac................. F 22 Mears, Oceana....... P 19 JMears Junction, Oceana. Mecosta. Mlecosta....P 23 Medina, Lenawee.... W 26 Melbourne, Saginaw.P 27 Melita, (r. d. Sterling) Arena............. N 26 Mellen, Oscoda.......L 27 Melvin, Sanilac...... 1" 30 Memphis, Mlacormb....S 30 Mendon,Saint Joseph V 22 rendRota, Keweenaw A15 M~enom2inee, lenominee.........J 16 Menzom~inlee ~iver, Menominlee........H15 Mlentha, 1 an Buren..UT 21 Mleridian, (r.d. Okemos) Ingham............. T 25 Merlebeachi, C~linlton..S 25 Merril, Siaginaw......Q 25 iMesririmanl Dickiinson.......,..........G 15 Mlerr~itt, Mlissaukee..M 24 Mlerson, (r. dl. Goblevalle) Allegan......U 21 Miesick, WVexfordl....M~ 21 Metamnora, Lapteer....S 28 Mletropolitan, Dickinsl n..........,....G 15 Met~s r, Alger~........E 19 M~etz, Presqlue lsle...J 27 M~eyer, M-ilckinac.....G25 Mleyer's, Wayne....... MIichelson, I-oscommnon...........M 24 M chie, (r. d. Pinconning) Bay.......... 026 Michigamnme, Mar - quette............. E 14 Michigan Center. (r. d. Jackson) Jackson..V 26 MIichillinda,MuskegonQ19 Middle, TWashtenaw...... Middleton, Gratiot...R 24 Mliddleville, Barry....T 22 Midlland, Midland..P 26 Afidway, Marquette..E 15 Mikado. Alcona......L 28 Milan, Washtenaw...V 27 Milford, Oakland.....T 28 Millbrook, Meet sta...P 23 Millburg, (r. d. Benton Harbor) Berrien...V 19 Mill -'reek, K~ent......... fMiller, Kalamazoo...U 21 Miller. M4ontcalm.... R 23 Millers, Mlecosta.....P 23 Millersburg, Presque Isle.................I 26 H illers Criossing, Bay.................P 27 Nillernville. (P.O. name Bunyea) Wexford..N 22 Millerton, Mason....N 20 Millett, (r. d. Lansing) Eaton...............T 25 Mill Grove, (r. d. Allegan) Allegan...T 21 Millington. Tubcola. Q 28 Mills, Houghton.......... Mills, (r. d. Deckerville) Snnilac.......P 30 Mills, H ughton.....C 13 Kills, losco..........N 27 Milnes, (r. d. Jonesville) Hillsdale..... V25 Milo, Barry.......... U 22 Milton, (r. d. Mt. Clemens) Macomb..T 30 Mfilwaukee Junction, Wayue............ U 29 Minard, (r. d. Rives Junction) Jackson.U25 Mindfen City, Sanilac.P 30 ffiner, Oakland..... 20 X X 50 X 1,069 X 200 X 100 40 529 150 150 x X 25 X X x 1,046 100 250 60 3,770 767 X 80 15 100 X 57. 1,062 X 12,117 X 4,236 x 450 X 60 2-40 X X 1,742 100 1,000 x X r5 X 300 300 30 165 50 310 160 X 687 100 X 450 X 352 125 X 20 X 242 557 768 X 10,507 150 200 X 505 X X 510 256 500 X 150 X X 50 10 962 89 X 460 804 2,527 X 100 1,355 973 400 100 x x X x 519 X X 75 200 x 623 X 30 x X 18 35 X 100 332 X Miner, (r. d. Brant) Saginaw............Q 26 Mineral Branch, Marquette..............E 16 Minerlake, Allegan... T 21 Miners, Delta........ F 18 Miners Rollway, Wexford................ N1 21 Mint, (r. d. Parkville) Saint Joseph.......V 22 Mio, Oscoda......... L 26 Miriam, (r. d. Belding) Ionia..........R 23 Missaukee,MissaukeeM 23 Missaukee Junction Wexford...........M 22 Mlitchell, Grand Traverse...............L 29 Mitchells, Tuscola...P 28 Moddersville, Missaukee..............N 23 Xoeke, Kalkaska......... Moeller, Montcalm..Q 23 Mohawk, Keweenaw. P> 14 Moiles, Mecosta......P 23 Moline, Allevan......T 21 Moltke, (r. d. Rogers) Presque Isle........I 28 Monguagon Siding, Wayne.............. Monitor, (r. d. Auburn) Bay................P 26 Monroe, Monroe..W 28 Monroe Center, (r. d. Grawn) Urand Traverse...............L 21 Montague, MuskegonQ19 MPontei, Tuscola......P 28 Monteith, (r. d. Martin) Allegan............ T 22 Monterey, (r. d. Alleganl) Allegan.......T 21 Montgomery, Hillsdale................W 24 Montreal, Goeebic......E 9 Montrose, Genesee...R1 27 Moon Lake, Muskegon... Moore, Charlevoix...J 23 Moore, loscommllyon.M 25 Moorepark, Saint Joseph............. V 22 Moorestow n, Missaukee...........M.. M23 MoorevllNe,SchooleraftF21 Moorland, Muskegon R 20 Moran, Mackinac....6 24 Morenci, Lenawee... W26 Morgan, Barry.......T 23 Morley, Mecosta.....Q 22 Morocco, (r. d..Lulu) Monroe............W 28 Morrice, Shiawasse...S 26 Mloscow, Hillsdale... V 25 ffoseley. (P. O. name Vergennes) Kent..R 22 3Kosher, Otsego......J 24 Mosherville, HillsdaleV 24 Xosherville Station, (P. O. iiamie Scipio) H1illsdale...........V 2 ffotley, Ootiagon.... D 12 M1o0tville, Saint Joseph..................... Moumit LZi8, Antrimn.J23 Mount Clemens, Macomb............T 30 Mountforest, Bay....0 26 Mount Morris, Genesee................ R 27 Mount Pleasant, Isabella............P 9,4 Mount Salem, (r. d. Emmnett) Saint ClairR30 Mount Vvrnon, (r. d. Rochester)Macomb.T 29 Muir, Ionia.......... S24 Mullet Lake, Cheboygan............. H 25 Mulliken, Eaton.....S 24 11undy, Genessee....S 27 Munger, Bay........P 27 Munising, Alger..E 18 Munith, Jackson..... U 26 Munshaw, Grand ' Traverse........... L 22 Muinson, Lenawee....W 26 Muskegon, Niuskegon......n........... 20 Mluskegon Heights, Musksgon.......... R20 Mu~sk~egon Junzctioa, K(ent........... Mynningilzs, MlissaukeeM23 Miyrenz, Alger........ Myrtle, Alger.....,....... MySstic, (r. d. Manton) W'exford..........M 22 N Nadeau, Mienominee.HR 16 Na~hmla, Delta........ G 18 Na hmr~a JunPction,, Delta...............G18 Nankin, (r. d. Plymouth) Wa~yne...:. U28 N~aomi, (r.d. EauClair~e) Berrien...........V 20 Napiier, B3err~ien....... Na~poleon, Jackson..V 26 Narentat, Delta...... H 17 Nashville, Barry.....T 23 Nathaii, Menominee.. 15 National Mine, Marquette..............E 16 Naubinway, Mackinac.................F F22 Naults, Iron......... G 14 Navan, (r. d. Montrose) Genesee............ R 26 Navarre, Wayne.... U 29 Nazareth. KalamazooU22 Neal, (r. d. Traveise City) Grand Traverse..............L 21 Neebish, Chippewa...F 26 Negaunee, Marquette E 16 Nellsville, Roscommon...............MAT 24 Nelson,(r.d. St. Charles) Saginaw........... Q 26 Nessen City. Benzie. M 21 Nester, (r. d. Prescott) Ogemaw...........N 27 Nestoria, Hlaraga.....E 14 Nettles. Alger............ Newark, (r. d. Ithaca) Gratiot............R 24 Newark, Oakland...S 27 Newaygo, 1ew aygo..Q 21 Newaygo Lake, Newaygo............... Q 21 New Baltimore, Macomb.............. T 30 Newberry, Luce..E 22, New Boston, Wayne. V 28 Newbre, Van Buren..V 21 New Buffalo, BerrienW18 Newburg, Lenawee..V 26 -Newburg, Wayne....* New Era, Oceana.....P l? NYeio Furnace, Mlarquette New Groningen. (r. d. Holland) Ottawa... S 20 Newhall.(r.d. Escanaba) Delta...............H 17 New Haven, Macomb. T 30 New Eavea Center, (r. d. Sumner) Gratiot.................Q 24 New Holland, (r. a. Holland) Ottawa...S 20 New Hudson, OakX land................T 28 Newland, Manistee..M 20 X New Lothrop, Shiawas100 see..................R 26 X Newport, Monroe....V 29 New Richmiond, AlleX gan.................T 20 New Salem, (r. d. Dorr) X Allegan............T 21 200 Ne w Swanzy, Marquette.............. F 16 X New Troy, Berrien...W 19. 7 Ney, (r. d. Augusta) Calhoun............ U 23 X Nichols, Antrim......... Nichols, Calhourl.....U 23 X Nichols, Oakland....T 28 X Nicholsonville, Schoolcraft...............G A1 200 Nicholson,(r.d. Morrice) X Shiawassee.........S 26 X Nickelplate, (r. d. 1,000 Ionia) Ionia......... R 23 X Niles, Berrien.......W 19 175 Nine Mlile, Bay......O 26 Nirvana, Lake........O 21 X Nisula, (R. R. name Whzte) Houghton.. C 13 X ''Vogi, Mackinac.....G 24 Noko, (r. d. Shabbona) 40 Sanilac.............Q 29 6.893 No Lake Crossing,Lapeer Noordeloos, (r. d. Holland) Ottawa....S 20 10C Noroglk, Antrim.... K 23 942 Norris, Oakland.....T 28 X North Adams, Hillsdale................ W 25 X North Aurelius, (r. d. Mason) Ingham.... T 25 1,415 North Bingham?,,Leelanau North Bradley, Mid362 land................P 25 45 North Branch, LapeerR29 443 Northburns, (r.- d. X Owendale) Huron..P 29 X North Byron, (r. d. X Byron Center) Kent.S21 North Detroit,Wayne.U29 54' North Dorr, (r. d. Dorr) Allegan......T 21 100 NorthElmira, OtsegoJ24 X North Escanaba, (Sta. 75 Escanaba P. O) X Delta.............. H 17 1,515 North Flint, Genesee.... 75 Yorth Grand Rap-7ids, 337 Kent.................. Nort~hgrove, (r. d. May10 ville) Tuscola...... Q 28 470 North Irving, (r. d. Hast200 ings) Barry........T 22 North Kearsarge, X Houghton........... X North Lake.MarquetteE16 500 Northland, MarquetteF16 North Lasil.ng.InghamS25 NorIA hine, Wayne...... X NorthNlanitou Island, X Leelana.......... f. 20 North Xorenici, Lena151 wee................ W 26 'e North Muskegon, (r. d. Muskegon) Muske7,707 gon.................Q Q20 70 Northport, Leelanau.J 21 N orth Port Point, Lee513 1ainau................... Northstar. Gratiot...Q 25 3,9i2 North Street, Saint Clair...............R 31 X North Unity, (r. d. Maple City) 1 eelanau.K 21 25 Northville, Wayne...U 28 463 North Wheeler, (r. d. Breckenwidge) Gra50 tiot.................Q 25 312 Norvell. Jackson.....V 26 X Norwalk, Mlanistee..M 20 200 Norway, Dickinson..H 15 2,952 Nottawa,Saint JosephW22 200 Novesta, (r. d. Deford) Tuscola............. Q 29 y Novi, Oakland.......U 28 35 NubanersSiding, Huron. Nugent, Otsego......K 25 25,442 Nunica. Ottawa.......R 20 1.690 O Oa-at-kca Beach, Bay P 27 X Oak, (r. d. sandihill) 50 W~ayre............ U 29 X Oak11ield Center, (r. d. X Greenville) Kent...R~ 22 Oak Grove,~Livingston T 27 X Oak Hlill, Manistee..N 19 Oakland. (r. d. Hamiltonu) AlIlegan........T 21 Oak~land, Oakland.... 1,000 Oalkley, Saginaw.....826 700 Oakville, (r.d. Milan) Mlonroe............V 28 X Oak Hidge P'ark,Chippewa Oa~kwood, (r. d. Ox100 ford) Oakland......S 28 Oakwoodl, St. Joseph.WVC22 50 Oakwcood, W~ayne..... X Oberlin, Gladwin....K 25 334 O'Callaghan, Dickinson. X O'Callaighan Mill, Me1,346 nominee................ 75 Ocqueoc,Presque Isle.l.26 Oden, Emmet.........I 24 700 Odessa, Oscoda.......L 25 Odetts, Delta......... G18 250 O'Donnell, (r. d. HastX ings) Barry............. Ogden, Lenawee.... W 27 X Ogden Center, (r. d. 400 Blissfield) LenaweeW 27 156 Ojib~way, Kpeweenaw. B 14 Okemos, Ingham.....T 25 Ola. (r. d. Pompeii) G raX tiot................. R 25 60 Old Mlission, Grand Tra9,103 verse.............. K 22 Olds, (r, d. Coldwater) 50 Branch..........W 23 Olga, Osceola........ N 22 25 Olive Center, (r. d. Hol150 land) Ottawa.......8 20 Oliver, Lake.........O 22 50 Oliver, Oakland........ 38 Olivet, Eaiton........U 24 X Olivet Station, (P. O. name Ainger) EatonU24 10 Olney, (r. d.Elsc) thi-e 60 awassee............. U, 25 1,207 Olson, (r. d. Midland) Midlan(I............P 25 X Om2ar, Genesee........... Omnard, (r. d. Brown 920 City) Sanilac....... R 30 1,182 Omegat, Kalkaska.... K 23 218 Omena, Leelenau.... J 22 -X Omer, Arenac.......N 27 528 Omo, (r. d. Newhaven) X Macomb............S 30 X Onaway, Presque Isle.l 26 225 Oneida, (r. d. Clayton) V Lenawee.............. O'NVeil, Kalkaska........ 50 Onekama, Manistee..M 20 Onekanma Junction, 50 Manistee........... M 20 478 Onondaga, Ingham..U 25 Onota, Alger.......... 18s Onsted, Lenawee..... V 26 50 Ontonagon, Ontonagon................ D 11 100 OpdyEke, Muskegon..R 20 Orange, (r. d. Ionia) 150 Ionia...............S 23 X Orangeville, Barry....T22 Orchard Hill, (r.d.Cathro) 305 Alpena.............J 27 450 Orchard Lake, Oakland.................T28 100. Oregon, (R. R. name Carpenter; r. d. La25 peer) Lapeer.......R 28 Orion, Oakland.......S 29 X Orleans, lonia........R 23 392 Ormsby. Alger........... Orona, Osceola.......0 21 X Orr, (r. d. Hemlock)SagX inaw................ Q26 X Ortonville. Oakland..S 28 X Orville, Antrim.......J 24 Orville, Saginaw......Q 27 X Osceola, HEToughton...C 13 Oscoda, losco........ M 28 X Oshtemo, (R. I. name Otsenmo) KalamazooU 22 15 Osier, Delta..........F 18 5,156 Osin, Montcalm.....Q23 10 Oskar, Honghton.....C 13 100 Osseo, Ilillbdale,...... W25 Ossineke, Alpena.... K 28 29 Otia,Newaygo.......P 21 X Otisville, Genesee....R28 Otsego, i\l gan...... U 28 X Otsego L~a'ýe. Otsego.K 24 X Ottawa Beitch.Ottawa.8 0 Ortawa L-ke.MonroeW 27 50 Ottawa Station, (r. d. X H1ollanei) Ottawa...S 20 X Otter. flloighton..... D12 Otterburn, (r.d. Swartz 440 Creek)kGenesee.....S 27 Ottercroek, (r. d. SpringX port) Jackson.......U25 X Otter Lake, Lapeer...R28 Oral, Kalkaska..........!00 Ove!-isel, Allegan.....T Y0 717 Oviatt. (r. d. Empire) Benzie..............L 21 X Ovid, Clint -n........ S 25 Owendale, Hfuron....R 28 50 Owosso, Shiawassee..S.26 250 Oxbow, (i. d- Milford) Oakland............ F 28 50 Oxford, Oakland.....S 29 X Ozark, Mackinac....F 23 P X Paavola, (R. R. name X Frankclin Junction) Houghton......... B 13 X Packard, Lenawee.. W 26 Packard, (r. d. South 18 Haven) Van Buren.TT 20 Pack-ard, (r. d. Seneca) 30 Lenawee...........W 2G Packard, Ingham....TU 25 X Page, Emmet........ 124 X Page, Jackson............ 98 Pages. Clare............. X Paines, S-iginaw.....Q 26 X Painesdale,Houghtoln.C 13 Palatka, Iron......... G 13 100 Palisades Park, Van Buren.............U 20 100 Palmer, Marquette...E 16 Paliner, Wayne........ Palms, Sanilac.......P 30 352 Palmyra, Lenawee... W 27 524 Palo, lonia...........R ý3 Panola, Iiron.........G 14 X Pansy, (r. d. Hope) 300 Midland............O 26 Paper Plant, St. Clair.... 21 Paris, Mecosta.......O022 Parisville, (r. d. Ruth) 30 Huron....._.......P 30 1,665 Parklake. Osceola...N 23 Parks, Antrim.......... Parks, (r. d. Paris) 11 Newaygo........... P 21 150 Parkville,SaintJosephVP2 15 Parma. Jackson......U25 4.974 Parmelee, (r.d.Middle300 ville) Barry........T 22 Parnell, (r. d. Ada) 50 Kent.............. R 22 300 Parshallville, kr. d. X Oakgrove) LivingX ston........*........T 27 400 Parsons, Lake.......O 21 Partello, (r'. d. Olivet) Calhoun............UlJ24 X Patterson1, Tuscola...P 28 Patton, Huron......P 28 50 Pauldin1g, O)ntonagonF 11 Pavilion, Kalamazoo.V 2;2 '5 Pavilion Jun~zctcon, 200 ~ailamazoo.........V 22 300 Pawlowski, (r. d. Ruth) Huron..,......P 30 100 Paw Paw, Van X Buren......... V 21 237 Paw Paw~r,(P.O. namie Lake Point)BerrienV20 75 Paw Paw Lanke JuncX tion, (P. O. name Toquin) Van Buren.U20 102 Paixton, Alpena.......J 27 X Pnay, Wrayne i.......U 30 781 Payment, Chlippewa..E 26 25 Paynesville, Ont0oX nagon.............. E11 Peachbelt, (r. d. FennX ville) Allegan......T 2Q 14 Peachridge, (r. d. 150 Shelby) Oceana.... P 19 X Peachville, Oceana..O 20 X Peacock, Lake......N 21 Pezirl. (P,. R. naine 10 Pearle) Allegan....T 20 S8 Pearlbeach,St. Clair.T 31 Pearline, (r. d. Jenison) 100 Ott wa..............8 21 210 Peck, Sanilac...-......Q 30 190 P1'elkie, Baraga............ Pellst n,Emmet.....H 24 25 P-enfield, Calhoun.... U 23 Pen-,Cass.......... W 21 200 Pennock, (r. d. Marion) Clare............... N 23 50 Pennyann,(r. d. Benton X AHarbor) Berrien...V20 Pentecost, (R. R. 10 namin e Sandlake) X Lenawee...........V 26 Pentoga, Iron............ 627 Pentwater, Oceana...O19 Peppard, Otonagon..D 12 100 Pequaming, Baraga..D 14 P- rch, Baraga........E 13 27 Pere Cheney.(r. d. Roscommmon; R. R. naine 10 Cheney Station)CrawX ford............... L 24 Perkins, Delta....... G 17 X Perkins, Tuscola.....Q28 X Perrius, (r. d. Kent 100, City) Kent......... R 21 367 Perrinton, Gratiot....R 24 Perronville, Menom150 inee............... H 17 2,7i02 Perry, Shiawassee.....S 26 Peters, Lake.........N 21 X Peters. (r. d. Marine X City) Saint Clair.... T 31 324 Petersburg, Monroe.W 27 Peterson, Alger......F 19 X Petosh ey, Emmet..IT23 400 Petrvl. Alger.........E19 130 Petreville, (r. d. Eaton 398 Rapids) Eaton.....T 25 Petrie, Marquette........ 1,964 Pettysville, (r. d. PincKX ney) Livingston........ RAB Pewvamio, Ionia.........-24 75 Phee, Menominee.....I15 75 Phelp8, Bay.............. Phelps, Charlevoix...J 23 X Phelps Crossing. Bay.... Phoenix, Keweenfaw.B 14 50 Phoenix, Wayne........ Pickerel Ldke,' Marquette............ D 16 X Pickford, Chippewa..F 25 717 Pierport, Manistee...M 20 150 Pierson, Montcalm...Q 22 X Pigeon. Huron.......O028 100 Pike Lake, Mackinac G 21 Pikespeak,(r.d.Wayne) 18 Wayne.............U 21 377 Pinckney, LivingstonU 27 X Pinconning, Bay.....O 26 10 Pinecreek. (r. d. East X Leroy) Calhoun....V 23 864 Pine Grove Mills, (R. R. name Pine 100 Grove) Van Buren.U 21 21 Pine Park, Grand X Traverse........... L 21 37 Pine Ridge, Delta... H 17 385 Pine River.(r.d. Stan100 dish) Arenue.......027 41 Pinerun, (r. d. Clio) 312 Genesee............. 27 2, 12 Pingree, (r. d. Howell) 100 Livingston......... T 26 X Pinnebog, Huron.....O 29 201 Pioneer.(r.d. Lake City) Missaukee......... 1423 X Pipestone, (r. d. EauX Claire) Berrien..... V 19 Pit, Oakland.......... X Pittsburg, (r.d.Owosso) Shiawassee........ S26 X Pittsfield, (R. R. name 273 Pittsfield Jeunction; X r. d. Ann Arbor) 200 Washtenaw......V 27 Pittsford, Hillsdale..W 25 60 Plainfield,(r.d.Gregory) 1,018 Livingston......... U 26 285 Plains, Marquette...F 16 10,039 Plainwell, Allegan...U 22 Plato, (R. R. name X Pori) IHoughton...D12 1,191 Platte, (r. d. Honor) 30 - Benzie............L 20 Platte River, Benzie.L 21 Pleasan~at Hill,TuscolaP28 Pleasant Valley,(r.d. St. Louis) Midland.....P 25 350 Pleasant View, (r. d. X Harbor Springs) Emmett........I 23 25 Plumville, (r. d. Sandlake) Newaygo.....Q 21 X Plymouth, Wayne...W 28 X Pogy, (r. d. Hersey) X Mecosta.............O 23 X Pointe Aux Barques. X Huron.............. N 30 203 Pointe Aux Pins, 1,250 Mlackinac...........H 25 26 Point Mills, Houghton.... Point Mills Junction', X Boughton............ 799 Pokagon, Cass....... W 20 X Polaski, (r. d. Posen) 30,) Presque Isle........ J 27 225 Pollok, (r. d. William327 ston) Ingham.......T 25 X Polmantier, Sanilac.P 29 Pomeroy, Kalamazoo V22 X Pomona, Manistee...M 21 X Pompeii, Gratiot.....R 25 350 Ponca, Alcona.......L 27 P'onca. Iron.........E 15 75 Pontiac, Oakland..T 29 250 Popple, (r. d. Badaxe) X Huron.............. P 29 PoPPle, Marquette....... 20 Pori, (P. 0. name 152 Plato) Houghton...D 12 509 Portage, Kalamazoo.V 22 Portage Lake, Saint Jo75 seph................ V 22 Port Austin, Huron..N 29 25 Porter, (r. d. Breckinridge) Midland.....Q 25 Port Hope, Huron...O 30 400 Port Huaron, Saint X Clair...........S 31 Portland,lIonia.,.....8 24 137 PortOneida,(r~d. Maple Xi City) Lee~lanau..l...K 21 X Port Sanilac, Sanilac.Qt 31 X Port Sheldion. (r. d West 70 Olive) Ottawa......S 20 Port Shermanz, MuskeX gon.......~~~..R 20 Posen, Presque Isle...J 27 50 Post, (r. d. Fairgrove) Tuscola......... P~27 1,643 Posyville, (r. d.Midland) Midland..........P 26 X Potterville., Eaton.... T 24 Poulson, (r. d. Ludington) M~ason....... N 19 50 Powder Miill, Mar~quette. X Powers, Menominee.H 16 300 Powers, O.aklanld....U 28 100 Prair~ie Fa~rm, (P. O. name Alicia)SaginawQ26 X Prairie Ronde, (r.d. Marcellus) Cass........ V 20 30 Prairieville, Barry...U 22 Pratt, Benzie........ X Prattville, Hillsdale.W25 X Prescott. Ogemaw...N 26 22 Presey, Kalkaska.....K 23 Presque Isle, Mar35 quette.............D 16 200 Presque Isle, Presque Isle................. I 28 150 Preston, (r. d. Romulus) 214 Wayne.............. V 29 27 Price, Clinton........S 25 1,089 Prichardville, (r. a. 10 Hastings) Barry....T 23 100 Princeton, MarouetteF16 Prison, Marquette....... 40 Prison Side Track, Jackson............ U 25 80 Pritchardville, Barry.T 23 Project, Charlevoix...J 23 Prosper,(r.d. Falmouth) 25 Missaukee......... N 23 300 Provemont. LeelanauK 21 1,129 Pulaski, (R. R. name X Wheelerton) Jack300 son................. V 24 X Pulliam, Ottawa......... Pullman, Allegan.....T 20 Purchase, (r. d. Allen) Hillsdale...........W 24 25 Put-dy, Tuscola.......P 28 400 Puritan, Gogebic......E 9 X Putnam, Lenawee...V 26 289 X x 150 x 50 X X 400 160 183 687 X 201 477 677 100 150 X X 100 191 25 200 X 100 x X 1() 450 209 x 1.493 x x X X 100 X x 1,671 50 X X 200 x 300 10 X X X 200 X x x 16,560 10 x x 160 x 533 844 18,863 1,832 216 x X 263 10 430 25 X 511 X 150 50 250 x 300 600 x X 25 15 X X 1.800 X X 200 25i0 250 X 100 9 X x 10 X Q 288 Quarry, Huron........... x Queen Jfine,MarquetteE16 x 197 Quiancassee, (r. d. 720 Fairgrove) Tuscola.P 27 50 X Quick, Otsego....... K 25 19 Quimby, Barry........T 23 100 100 Quincy, Branch......W 24 1,347 490 Quinn, Arenac......N 26 Y X Quinnesec. DickinsonH 15 100 4,778 Quinnesec.Junction, X Dickinson.............. X 15 R X Raber, Chippewa.... '26 100 Raby, Bay..........P 27 x 68 Mich, 3

Page  187 187 RAC INDEX OF MICHIGAN. Raco, Chippewa...... F 24 Racy, (r. d. Chaplin) Saginaw.......... U25 Rwtfords, MenomineeF11 Raish, Marquette.... D 16 Raisin Center, (r. a. Holloway) LenaweeW2.1 Raisinville, (r. d. Dundee) Monroe....... V 28 Ralph, Dickinson.... G 15 Ramona, Newaygo..P 21 Ramsay, Gogebic...... E 9 Rand, Isabella........... Plandville, Dickinson.G15 Rankin, (r.d. Grand Blanc) Genesee...,.S 27 Rnnsom, Hillsdale...W 25,Rainsom, Marquette..D 16 Rapid City,Kalkaski.K 22 EA id River, Delta...G 18 Rapsons, (r. d. Badaxe) Huron.............O 30 Rathbone. (r. d. Breckenridge) Gratiot...Q 25 Rattlerun, (r. d. Siniths Creek) Saint Clair..S 31 Raupps Switch, Wayne.. Ilavennia, Muskegon...R2 Rawsonville, (r. d. Belleville) Wayne..V 28 Ray Center, (r. d. New H-vwn) RNacomb....S-30 Rea, (r. d. Dundee) Monroe............W 27 Reade, Marquette....F16 Iteading, Hillsdale...W 24 Readmond, Emmiiet.. H 23 lleady, (r. d. Saginaw) Sa-i na w............Q 27 Reagan, Sanilac.....Q 29, Reavie, Mackinac.... G 24 Redfield. (r. d. Cassopolls) Cass......... W20 Redford, Wayne.....U 29 Red Jacket, Houghton.................B 13 Redman, (r. d. Hope) Huron............O 30 Red,)ak, Oscoda......L 26 IRedridge, Houghton.C 13 Ptedruth, ( R. nanme Three Lakes) Baraga.................E 14 Redstar, (r. d. Marlett) Sanilac........ Q30 Redstone, (r. d. Bieck-. enridge) Midland.. Q 25 Reed City, Osceola...O 22 Reeds,. Kent..........R 22.Ueedsburg, Roscomition.............. M 24 Reeds Lake, Kent....S 21 Reemran, Newaygo...Q 20 Ileese, Tuscola....... Q 27 Beiche's ill, Marquette. Be. nicle, Isabella.....Q 23 Remick, Montealm.. Q 23 Remus, Mecosta.....P 23 Ie-io, Ottawa........R 2L lvepublic, Marquette..F 15 Rescue, (r. d. Owendale)H uron........P29 Resort, Crawf )rd..... L 24 14ew, (r. d, Bath) Clinton.................S 25 Rexford, Chippewa..E 24 Rexton, Mackinac... F 22 ltliodes, G1.,,d in.....O 26 Ribble, (r.d. Bayport; R. R. name RiZile oadcl) Huron...... 028 Ricereek, (r. d. Mar-: sh:l-) Cailh l ni.....U 24 ri: iedalle, Houghton..C 13 Ii h / di. Antrim........ Pi -!vtrdson, Schoolcr if i............... F 19 Rich "I id, (r. d. Davisf)n) Geiiesee...... R 28 Ptichland,Kalamaizoo U 22 iRic'II(ll d JU11ctio), (P. O. name Springbrook) R alamazoo. U22 Richmond, Macotiib..S 30 Vichm,)ndville. (r. d. Deckerville) Sanilac.................P 30 Ricliville, Tuscola....O 27 Ri rcile Jzcnction, Otonagcon............ D12 nitgeville, (r. d. Jasper) Leaawcre........TN 26 nicgeway, Leuawee..V 27 1Ciga. Lenawee......m 21 ibiggsrile,CheboyRan.H 24 Riley, (r. d. Merlebeacn) Clinton.....,....,...S 24 Riley Center, S11iut Clair.................S 30 Riverbank, Osceoln..K 22 River Bl"CGZCI JZI1Ctio n. M.Llisifec,.....M 20 Riverclale, Uratiot... Q 24 River naisin, (r. d. Manchestclr) Washteuaw.............. V 2'7 River Rouge, Wayne U 129 Iliverside, Berrieni...V19 Riverton, (r. d. Scittville) Mason........O 19 Riverviewo, Kalkaska.L 24 Rives, Junction, Jackson.................U 25 Rix. (r. d. Oshtemo) Kalamazoo.........V 21 Robbins, Oitojiagon.F 11 Roberts Landing, (r. d. Marine City) Saint Clairi........... T 31 Robinson, osco..........9 Robinson, Ottawa....S 20 Robi-i8ons. Clare.....O 24 Robys 8pur, Saginaw.... tocrhester. Oaklaii..T 29 Rock, (R. R. name Trombly) Delta....G 17 Rockford, Kent...:... 22 Rockharbor, Keweenaw. Rockland, OntonagonD 11 Rock River, Alger...E 18 Rockwell, Berrien........ Rockwood, Wayne...V 29 Rockwood Station, (P. O. name South Rockwoud) Monroe.... Rodney, Mecosta.....P 20 Roxers,j'resque Isle.1 27 Rogers City Junction, Presque Isle........J 27 Rogersville, Genesee.R 28 Rollin, Lenawee..... W 26 Rome, (r. d. Adrian) Senawee........... W 26 Romeo, Macomb.....S 29 Romulusus, Wayne....V 29 Rw do, Cheboygan... 124 Rooney, Bay.........P 26 Roosevelt, (r. d. Hemlock) Saginaw.......... Roots. (r. d. Munith) Jackson............ U 21 Roscommon, Roscommon...........M 25 Roseburg, (r. d. Yale) Sanilac......;....... R 30 Rosebush.,Isabella...P 24 Rose Center, Oakland.T 28 Rose City, Ogermaw..M 26 Rosedale. Chippewa..E 25 Roselake, (r. d. Le Roy) Osceola............N 22 x 12 10 2 5 15 4 20 40 60 2 2 50 V 10 2 1,10 2 50 5 32 4,21 12 65 400 25 1,690 X 250 465 X X X 450 45 2,314 20 X 18 X 300 X X X X X X 100 278 `X 1,277 200 250 X X 300 213 200 100 200 25 X 400 X 4,163 150 23 X 200 X X X X 150 X X 1,516 150 843 X 1,000 X X 500 316 200 'i05 X 76 98 L,'187 125 50 X X 25 4'25 50 200 542 500 60 x5 i 12 5 10 )o 2 05 i S 5 10 5,2 5 8 Roselawn, (R. R. name Craigsmere) Ontonagon.............E 12 Rosevear, Huron.....O 29 Roseville, Maconib...U 30 Rosina. (r. d. Lake Odessa) Ionia.......T 23 Ross, Kent........... S21 Rosso, Oakland........... Ross Siding, GogebicE 10 Rothbury. Oceaka... Q19 Round Lake Junction, Wexford........... M22 Rowland, (r. d. Blan-, chard) Isabella..... Q 23 Rowley, Kalkaska....... Roxata, (r. d. Chwr:.lotte) Eaton........T 24 Royal Oak, Oakland.U 29 Royalton, (r. d. St. Joseph) Berrien.... V 19 Rubicon, t.R. I?. name Hubbells Mill) Ontonagon............ D 12 Ruby, (r. d. Atkins) Saint Clair.........R 31 Rudyard, Cnippewa..F 24 Rugg, (r. d. Rapid City) Kalkaska.....K 23 Rumeley Alger.......FE 8 Rushton, Livington.. U 27 Rusk, (r. d. Zeeland) Ottawa.............S 20 Rust, (r. d. Conins) Montmorency.....K 26 Rustford, (r. d. Morley) Mecosta............ Q 22 Ruth, Huron.........P 30 Rutland, Emmet....B 24 Ryan, (r. d. Merrill) Saginaw............ Q26 Ryerson, Newaygo...P 21 1 Sabin, Grand Traverse... Saganing, (r. d. Pincon2 ning) Arenac.......O 26 5 Sage, Ogeiaw........ E22 0 Sagerville, (r. d. Owosso) Shiawassee S 27 Saginaw West. Side, 5 Saginaw........... Q 26 Saginaw Bay Junction, < Saginaw.......... Q27 Saginaw Mine, Marquette............. E 15 0 Sagola, Dickinson.... G15 < aile, (r. d. Bear LaKe) Manistee........... M 20 Sailor, (r. d. Bristol Ind.) Cass.......... W21 D Saint Charles, Sagi5 inaw...............Q 26 Saint Clair, Saint Clair................S 31 Saint Clair Flat8, D Saint Clair............. 5 Saint Clair Heights. I (Br. DetroitP. O.) Wayne........... Saint Clair Springs, Saint Clair..........S 31 Saint Colliqzs, Ontonagon..............E 11 Saint Ehno, Midland P 25 Saint Helen, Roscoinmon..............M 25 Saint Ignace, Mackinac:...............G 24 Saint Jaf'cques, DeltaG 18 Saint James, Charlevoix................H 22 Saint Jolirns, Clinton..................S 25 Saint Joseph, Berrien..__.,,......, V 19 Saint Lawrence, Marquette.............. E15 Saint Louis, Gratiot..Q 25 Saint,arys Junction, Houghton.............. Saint Thomas, Schoolcraft...............G 21 Salem, Washtenaw...U 28 Saline. Washtenaw...V 27 Salling. (P. 0. name ahWTah Soo)OtsegoKIS4 Salliote Siding, Wayne.. Salva, Delta......... G 17 Salzburg, Bay........P 27 Samaria, Monroe....W 28 Samson, Alger....... E 19 Sand Bay, Alackinae.H 25 Sandereek, Lenawee.W 26 Sandkurst, Ontonagon................ E 11 Sand Lake, Kent.....Q 22 Sand LaA-e, (P. O. name Pentecost) Lenawee................. Sand-Ridae. Saginaw.... Sand River,MarquetteE17 Sands, Marquette.....E 17 Sandstone, (r. d. Jackson; R R. name Trunzbulls) Jackson................. U25 Sandtstcy, Sanilae.Q 30 Sandy, Hui-on....... 029 Sanford, Aiidland.....P 25 SanLson 8ding, Tuscola.. Sans Souci. St. Clair..R 16 Saranac, lonia....... Q 8 Sauble, Lake......... N20 Saugatuck, Allegan..T 20 Saialt Ste. Marie, Chippewa......... E 25 Saunders, Iron....... G 13 Saunders, Kalkaska.L 23 Sawyer, Berrien..... W19 Schaffer, (R. It. name Shafer) Delta..... H 17 Scize~iders, Bay......... Schomberg, Leelanau.K21 Schoolcraft, Kalamazoo......V 22 Scipio, (r. d. Kosherville; R. R. name Moshermelle Station) Hillsdale...........V 25 Scofield, Mionroe......V28 Scotdhle, (P. 0. nanme Carl) Belrrien......V 39 Scotts, 1(alama zoo.... V22 Scottville, Ma~son,...O 20 Xcouel, Wayne....... ~Scran~ton, Sdnilac.....;Je;rs, Osceola........O 23 Sebewa, (r. d. Sunf~eld) Ionia...........,...S8 24 Sebewaing, Hulron,...P 28 Section to, MissankeeM23 Xeel, Charlevoix...... Seemhy, Chipaewa...F 23 Selina, Algena........~J 27 Selkirk, ()gemaw.... n 26 Seneca, (n. R. name EnlniS) Lenawee...W 26 Seney. Schoolcraft...E 20 Xenter, Noughton... C: 14 Xethton, (r. d. Middlcton) Grrttiot....... R 24 Seven Mile RonclBay... Xe~ver~ns, Van nuren.... Seymozur, Olklaznt..... Seymour Lake, (r. d. Oxford and Clarkson) Oakland........S 26 Shabbona, Sanilac....P 29 Shadyside, (r. d. Osseo) Hillsdale.......... W 25 Shafer, Wayne........... Shaftsburg, ShiawasX see..................S 26 X Sharon. Kalkaska.....L23 500 Sharonville,(r. d. Grasslake) Washtenaw...V 26 X Sharpsville, (r. d. 30 Brown City)Lapeer.R29 "X Sharpsville, Tiiscola.*P 28 "X Shaw, (r. d. Biteley) 200 Newaygo........... P 21 Shaytown, (r. d. BisX marck) Eaton......T 24 Sheffield, (r. d. Cedar 10 Springs) Kent...... R 22 X Shelby, Macomb......... Shelby, Oceana.......P119 150 Shelbyville, Allegan..T21 1,071 Shelldrake, Chiplewa.... Shepards, Antrim........ 1,164 Shepardsville, Clinton................. S25 Shepherd, Isabella....P 24 81 Sheridan, Montcaln. R 23 Sherman. Wexford..M 21 118 Sherman City, (r. d. 100 Lake) Isabela.....P 23 Sherwood, Branch...V 23 40 Shetland, (r. d. Maple 200 City) Leelanau..... K 21 25 Shields, (r. d, Saginaw, YWest Side).X Saginaw............ Q 20 Shiloh, Ionia.........R 23 X Shingleton, Alger....F 20 Shore Line Junction, 50 Houghton.............. 150 Shoup, (r. d. Oxford) X Oakland..............S 29 Shultz, Barry.........T 22 16 Sibley, Wayne.......V 29 X Sickels, (r. d. Ithaca) Gratiot............ Q 25 Siddons, (r. d. Ludington) Mason........ N 19 X Sidnaw, Houghton...E 13 Sidney, Montcalm....R 23 300 Siemens, Gogebic..... E 9 13 Sigel, (r. d. Harbor Beach) Huron......O 30 X Sigma, Kalkaska.....L 233 Sigsbee, Crawford...L 25 53,988 Siloam, (R. R. name Coopers Crossing) X Iosco..........M 27 Silver, Houghton.....E 13 X Silvercreek, (R. R. 360 name Argenta) Allegan................U 22 "X Silverwood, Tuscola..Q 29 Simmons, Mackinac..G 21 "X Sihons, Antrim..... l 24 Simons Spur, Antrim.... 1,451 Singerville, Keweenaw... Sisson, Lenawee.....W 27 2,633 Sister Lakes, Van Buren............. V 20 125 Sitka, (r. d. Fremont) Newaygo........... Q 20 Sixlakes, Montcahm..Q 23 1,252 Skandia, Marquette..E 17 Skance, Baraga...... D 14 "X Skeels, Gladwin......N 25 Slayton, (r. d. Gratton"X Beldon) Kent...... R 22 X Slight,Graid TraverseL22 Slingerland,Iosco....... 125 Slocum, Muskegon...R21 Slys, Eminet............. 2,118 Smith. Gladwin......O026 300 Sinitl'.unction, Ogemaw..............M 26 500 Smiths, Crawford........ Smiths Corners, (r. d.* 3,154 Pentwater) Oceana P 19 Smiths Creek,, Saint 5,936 Clair................S 31 Smiths Crossing, (r.d. X Freeland) Midland.P 20 1,940 Smithville, Bay........... Smyrna, Ionia.......R 23 X Snover. Sanilac......Q30 Snozwflacke. Antrim..K 22 X Snowshoe, KeweenawB14 160 Snyder, (r. d. Spring 816 Arbor) Jackson....V 25 Sodus, Berrien.,..... V 19 150 Soldiers Home: P'entg-.... X Xoloman, Macomb....... X Xolon, (r. d. Cedarkz X Leelanau....... 1 100 Somerset, Hiilsdale..V 25 X Somerset Center, Hills50 dale.....,...V 25 80 Xonoma, (r. d. Battlecreek) Catlhonn....V 23 X Xoo Jcncti!,n, Luce..E 2f2 370 Soper, (r. d. Manton) Wexfolril........., M 21 Soule, (r. d. Elliton) 25 Huroa.............O 29 X Sou2J BIXy C'ityj, BaS;.P 21 50 South Blendoa, (r. d. 240 Hudsonville)Ottawa S21 South Boardmaa, ISalkaslra...............L 22 Southbranch, O ge - X maw............... h 26 993 South Butler, (r. d. X &uincy) Branch...V 24 100 South Camden, (1~. d. X Motitgomery) Hills100 dale................W 24 845 South Gass, Ionia....S 23 X South Chapma'ti, Kal621 kaska South Dearborn, Wayne. 13,499 South Fairfield, (r. d. 32 Blissfield) LenaweeW 27 X Southfield, (r. d. Bir300 mingham) OaklandU 29 South Flint, Genesee.S 28 200 South -Grand Rapids. X (r. d. Grand Rapids) X Rent..............S 21 South Haven, Van 816 Buren..............U 20 South Jackson, (r. d. Jackson) Jackson..V25 6outh Kearsarge, X Houghton............ 225 Soutli Lake Linden, Houghton............... X Southland, (r. d. Riga) 350 Lenawee. 891 South Lansing, Ingham. X South Lyon, OaklandU 27 X South Manistique, 200 Schooleraft.........G 20 South Manitou, Lee300 lanau.............. K 20 1,347 South Milton, (r. d. "X Rapid City) Antrim.K 22 "X South Monterey, (r. d. " Allegan) AlleganD...T 21 "X South Norway. Dick50 inson................. South Range, Hough80 ton................ C13 150 South Riley, (r. d. 75 Dewitt) Clinton.....S 24 South Rockwood, (R.R. X rtame Roclwood StctX tion) Monroe......V 29 X South.hShore eTunction, X Chippewa........... E 25 Spalding, MenomineeH 16 Sparr, Otsego........ K24 25 Sparta, Kent.........R 21 1 100 Speaker, (r. d. Melvin) Sanilac............ R 30 21 Spears, Marquette....... 30 2 1,26 10 10 14 88 43 25 34 2 6 10 3 X 12 100 4C 10( 20 50 200 X 250 X X x 50 25 275 41 266 10 X X X 600 X X X X X 100 14 x 236 75 X X X 100 x X 36 1,231 200 40 30 50 X 1,680 600 75 x X X X 35 125 x x 3,577 X X 20 X 615 x 150 X 25 X 1,097 31 316 X 500 X 1,203 X X K S pnceer, Kailz- l iska....L 23 8ptc-11ers Mill, (r. ct. )0 Lincoln Lake) KentR 22 K Spicers, Wayne..... Spinks Corners, (r. d.5 Benton Harbor) Berrien................V 19 K Spratt, Alpena....... X 27 K Spring Arbor, Jackson.................V 25 K S'rwing Brook, Emmet... Springbrook, (r. d. K Richland; R.R. name Ricliland Junction) K Kalamazoo........U 22 * Springdale, ManisteeM 20 0 Springfield, KalkaskaL 22 )0 Spring Grove, (r. d. 0 1Bravo) Allegan..... U 20 K Spring Lake, Ottawa.R 20 Springport, Jackson. U 24 5 Spring Vale, Charle35 voix...... - o.....J 24 36 Springville, (r. d. )0 Brooklyn) LenaweeV26 Springwells, Wayne. U 29 0 Spruce, Alcona....... K 28 6 Spruce, Dickinson...G 15 Squireville, (r. d. PentK water) Mason..... 0 19 Stafford, (r. d. North Adams) Hillsdale..W 25 00 Stager, Iron..........G 14 0 Stalwart, Chippewa..F 25 )0 Stambaugh, Iron.....G 13 Standard -Yine, Saginaw. < Standish, Arenac..O 26 Stanley, (r. d. Battle< creek) Calhoun....U 23 0 Stanley, Wayne......... K Stantoii, Montcalm.S 23 S t a it t o n Junction., < Montcalm.......... Stanwood, Mecosta..P 22 < Star City, Missaukee.M23 1 Stark, (r. d. Plymouth) 0 Wayne.............U 28 <Star LaIce, Lake......O 20 Statefair, Wayne........ 9 State Road, Bay.....O 27 State Road, Manistee.... 0 State Road, Saginaw..... Station- line, Schoolcraft.....,........G 20 0 Steamburg, (r. d. Hillsdale) Hillsdale.W25 Steiner, Monroe......V 28 Stella, Marquette........ 0 Stemm (r. d. Berrien 0 Springs) Berrien..W 19 Steplien, Saginaw... 0 Stephenson, Menominee.................. 116 Sterling, Arenac..... 026 Steuben, Schoolcraft.F 19 Stevensville, Berrien. V 19 0 Stewarts, L~ipeer.....R 28 Stillman, Alger...... E 18 5 Stimpson, (r. d. Big 5 Rapids) Mecosta...P 22 1 Stirling, Isabella...X.P23 5 StirlingvilleChippewaF 25 Stittsville, Missaukee M 23 Stockbridge, Ingham IT 26 Stoddard, (r. d. Onsted) Lenawee.....W 26 Stone, Tuscola....... Q 28 D stone Crusher, Emmet.. Stoneville, Marquette E 15 Stonington, Delta.... H 18 8tonington, HoughtonD12 Stony Creek, Monroe W 28 stonycreek, (r. d. Milan) Washtenaw. V 28 Stonypoint, (r. d. Hanover) Jackson......V 25 Stormer, (r d. Honor) Benzie.............L 20 Strasburg, Monroe..W 28 Stratford Missaukee M 24 Street Rvilway Siding, Marquette.... Striccland, Isabella..Q 24 Stronach, Manistee.. N 20 Strong, Ionia............. Strongs, Chippewa.-.. F24 Strongs Siding, Monroe.. Sturgeon, Baraga....E14 Stzurgetol, Diclrinsoa. II15 fSturgeonbayr d. Levering) )Emmet. H 24 XSiuclg olL Poilnt, ~Alcolla,...L 29 Stu rgi s, Sgaint dose nh W 22 Xtgolk, TVTal Bulren..... Szcgar, Charlevoix....... Sugarffrove, ( d. Ludington) Mason. 0 19 Szcgar IsI(lCEd, Chipyewa............... rE 25 Sullivan, RMuslregon..R~ 20 Sumnc, Dickinson... G 16 Sum mepton. ct. Alma) Isabella.....& 24 /Secnmit, Bar aga......F 14 S2u112ntit Clalre.....-. O 124 Xumnzit. LDiclrinson.. H16 Bunemit, Zivingfiton..T 21 Xumlnit City, Grand Traverse............L 22 'Sumner, Gratiot......Q 24 Sumnerville, (r. d. Niles) Cass........W 20 Sun, (r. d. Newaygo) Newaygo...........Q 21 Sunfield, Eaton.......S 23 SUnny, Genesee.......... Sunnyside. (P.O. name Thornton)St. Claire S 31 Sunny Side. Wayne...... Superior, Charlevoix.I 23 Sutton, (r. d. Adrian) Lenawee...........W 27 Suttons Bay, Leelanau.............IK 21 Swan Creek, Saginaw.Q26 Swanson, Menominee 115 Swanzy, Marquette.. F 17 Swartz Creek, Genesee........ 9.........S 27 Swedetown. Houghton.................C 13 Sweet.(P.O. name Lakewood Club).NiuskegonQ20 Swift, (r. d. Wayne) Wayne.............U29 Sylvan, Oakland........ Sylvester. (r. d. Lakeview) Mecosta......P 23 T Ta"ft, osco.........M 27 Talbot, (r. d. Daggett) Menominee........ 116 Tallmadge, (r. d. Grand Rapids) Ottawa.....S 21 Tallman. Mason......020 Tamarack, Gogebic.. F 12 Tanner, (r. d. Chief, R. R. name Bear Creek) Manistee...M 20 Tapiola, Houghton....C 13 Tawas Beach, losco..N 28 Tawas City, losco. M 28 1 Taylor Center. (r. d. Hand Station)Wayne..... V29 Taylor Junction, Baraga...........E 14 Taylor Minps, Baraga.E1 I Taylors, Marquette..E16 Tgymouth, (r. d. Pircbrun) Saginaw.......R 27 200 i 5( 10 25C X X X 802 1( 594 1,500 333 X X X X 2 1,322 X 828 19 X X 185 25 40 ~X X 4 X X X X 100 X X X 10 100 243 400 X X X X X X X X X X 200 400 X 100 25 100 150 80 385 x 84 X X X 402 100?5 402 132 X X x x ýO Tebo, (r. d'. Pinconning) Bay............... 016 Tecumseh, Lenawee..V27 Tecumseh Junction, Lenawee...........V 27 Tekonsha, Calhoun.. V 24 0 Temperance, MonroeW 28 5 Temnple. Clare........ 023 Tesch, Delta..........H17 i Texas, (r.d. Kalamazoo) < Kalamazoo......... V 21 TexasCorn ers, Kalamazoo Thayer, Gogebic.....F 11 Thayer, (r. d. Holly). S 28 Thelma, Antrim.....K 23' Thelma Sjzir, Antrin-iJ24 Thetford, (r. d. Clio).R 28 Thomas, Oakland....S 28 Thomaston, Gogebic..E 9 2 Thompson, School4 Craft............... G 19 Thom psonville.BenzieA120 0 Thorice. Chippewa...... Thorn Apy,7le, Barry..T 23 0 Thornton, (R. R. name 0 Sunnyside- r. d. 3 Smiths Creek) Saint Clair...............S 31 Thornville, (r. d. Metamora) Lapeer......S 29 Thorp, Wexford...... N21 Thread, Genesee.....S28 Three* Lakes, (P. O. 0 name Redruth) Bar2 aga.................E 14 Three Oaks. Berrien.AV 19. B Three Rivers, Saint Joseph.............W 22 9 Thumb Lake, (r. d. Boyne Falls) Charle 2 voix................J 24 Tigris, (r. d. Hart)..P 20 Tipton, Lenawee.....V26 5 Titus, (r. d. Remus).P23 5 Tobico, Bay..........P 26 Tobins~arbor,Keweenaw D Toivola, Houghton...D 12 Tokio, (r.d. Marshall)U 21 Toledo Beach, Monroe... Tompkins, (r. d. RPives Junction) Jackson. 725 Tone, Chippewa.....F 25 Tonquish. (r. d. Plymouth) Wayne....U 28 Topaz, (R, R. name Groesbeck) Ontonagon.......E11 Topinatbee, Cheboygan..................124 Toquin, (r. d. Covert; R. R. name Pawo Paw Lakce Junclion) Z Van Buren........ U 20 Torrey, Gens ce.....S 28 Towei, CUeboygan.... 125 Towns,(r.d. Ieading)W 24 Travem~e, Keweenaw.B14 Traverse City, Grand Traverse............L 21 Trenary, Alger....... F 18 Trent, (r. d. Uavenna)Q 21 Trenton, Wavne.....V 29 Trimountain, Houghton................C 13 Trist, (r. d. Alunich).f 26 Trombly, Chippewa..G 26 Troqnblq, (P. 0. name Rock) Delta........ G17 Trombleys, Otsego... K 24 Trout Creek, Ontonagon..............E12 Trout Lake, ChippewaF23 Trowb)-idge, Cheboygan.............. J 24 Trowbridge, Ingluam T 25 Troy, (R. R. name* Harris) Oakland...T 29 Trifant. Montcalm.. Q 22 Truitts, Ciss..........W 20 Trulnbull7.ý.(P.O. name Sandstone) JacksonU 25 Tula, Gogelic....... E 10 Tunis, Baraga,.......E 13 Tank, (P. 0. naine Alabel) 1ýalkaska... L 22 Turin, (H4. I. name ffcFtfianrl d) Aarquette............. F 17 Tunienr, AIreuac......N 27 Tuzrller~, Iickinsolb..F 15 TnIro, Oaklrlnd...... Tlcltle, Gortebic:......FIi 11 Turtle, (r. d. Turner)L 20 Tuscola, Tnacola......& 27 T'lscolas Rtr.. Tuscola.CQ2? Tustin, ()sceola......N 22 Twelve Cbrners. (1.d. Pentoll I-arbo~) BerrienV 19 Twining, Arennc.....N 27 Twin Lalre, Muskegon& 20 Tiwin Lakes, Houghton................. C 12 Tzo in 72dounztain, G1~ancl Traverse.... L 21 STyogcc, Alger,.......E 18 T~cogadn Jcntion,Alger E18 Tyre, Sanilac.;.......P 30 T~ron, Liringston...T 21 Tycrus, Chamberlain.T(25 U Ubly, Huron........P 30 Ula, (r. d. Grand Rapids) Kent...........R 21 Unadilla, (r. d. Gregory) Livingston....U 26 Unaersf Lake........ 021 'Union.(r.d. Bristol, Ind.) Cass...............W 21 Union City, Branch..V 23 Union Home. (r. d. St. Johns) Cliiton..R 25 Union Pier, Berrien.W18 Unionville, Tuscola..P 28 Uno, Delta........... F 19 (T3wcllke. Genesee....... Upsla, (r. d. Ithaca).P 27 UptonWorkq.(Sta. Port Maron P. O.)St.Clair S31 Uranza, Waslitenaw.V 27 Urban, (r. d. Sandusky) Sanilac..... Q30 Urban Rest, OaklandU 29 Urbanrest, Wayne...U 29 Utica, Macomb......T 29 V Vernon, Shiawassee..8 27 X Verona, Gogebic......E 9 2.332 Verona Nills, (r. d. Bad Axe) Huron...Q 24 X Yesliep, Menominee..... 513 Vestaburg, Alontcalni 24 200 VickeryviIle,Alontcalm R23 300 Vickers, Waslitenaw..... X Vicksburg, KalamazooV22 Victor, (r. d. Ovid) "X Clinton.............S 25 25 Victor, Otsego.......K25 X Victoria, Ontonagon.D12 400 Victorsville, (r. d. 21 Blissfield) LenaweeW27 "X Vienna, Monroe.....W 28 "i Yie n a Junction., 400 Montmorency...... K25 21 Vi72celrnt, RoiontmorencyK25 Vine, (r. d. Tawas 250 City) Tosco....... M 27 815 Vineland, (r. d. St. 200 Joseph) Berrien....V 19 X Viola, (R. R. name Corinne) Mackinac F 21 Pirgil. Montcalm........ Vogel Center,(r. d. Mc84 Bain) Missaukee... V 23 Volinia, (r. d. Marcel250 lus) Cass...........V 21 30 Voluateer,Marquette E16 X Yon -Plafe7'4e?, Charlevoix................J 24 Vriesland, Ottawa....S 221 25 Vriesland Station, 1,175 (P. 0. name Beaverdam) Ottawa.......S 21 5,072 Vulcan, Dickinson... H15 X_ X Wabaningo,Muskegon Q19 150 Wabik. Marquette... E15 X Wacousta, Clinton...S-241 X Wadlams, (r. d. Port X Huron) Saint Clair..S 31 16 Wadsworth, (r. d. "X Ubly) Ii uron....... P 29 "X Wa.arville, (r. d. Gladwin) Gladwin.......... 150 Waggover, CharlevoixJ24 17 Wahjtimega, Tuscola.Q28 Willi Wall Soo, (R. R. * name Salling) Otsego................ K 24 Wainoua, Ontonagon.E.12 X Wait, (r. d. Mayville), Lapeer............. E 9 100 Waketlield, Go-gebic..E 10 Wakelee, Cass..... W 91 Walb urg. (r. d. Dafoe) K 27 Waldenburg, (r. d. Alt. 50 Clemens) Macomb..T30 X Waldron, Hillsdale..W 25 542 Wales, Saint Clair....S 30 X Walhalla, Mason.....O 20 X Walker, Enmet..... H 24 Walk-er, Ralamazoo..V21 13,268 Walkers Point, Mack100 inac............... H 25 100 Walkerville. Oceana..P 20 1,224 Wallace, Bay............ Wall ice', Men ominee.. I16 2,500 Wallace, Al ontinorencyK25 50 Wallaceville, (r. d. X Dearborn) Wayne. U 29 Walled Lake, Oak150 land.........T 28 10 Wallin, Benzie.......L 21 Walloon Lake, Charle597 voix................ J 23 250 Walnut, (r. d. Orchard Lake) Oakland.....T 28 50 Walton, (R. R. naine S Walton, Junction) Grand Traverle....L 22 102 Waltz, X.Vayne.......V 28 350 Walwvorthl, (r. d.,d25 ri in) Lenawee..... W26 Wmrd, Dickinson.... G 15 X Warlier. Alonroe...-W 28 37 Warren, Aaco1b....T 29 X Wasepi, Saint JosephW 22 Washington, Macomb.S 29 X Waterford, Oakland..T 28 Waterloo, Jack son... U 26 Water1nan, Waslitenaw.. 143 RWaters,-Otsegof.......K24 5U0 mWtte'smeet, Gogebic.F 11 X WFatertiow-n, ( d~ X Sanila~c Cen.)Sanilac&30 X PFatcrvlief, aerrieu..V 20 75 ~ atkins, Jacksou...V 26 2 55 matrou sville.l'uscola.Q 28 X WVatson, (P. O.name 3'71 Rruold) Marquette.G 16 'Cartsovile.. Emmet. H 24 X Waucedsrh, DiclriasonW1F 26? Wccverl~', Ottawa.....X 20 200~ Wavelanzd,CheboyganI 25 Wccycl Antriln....... X Waylaud, Allegan..... 25 WVayne, WaS ne...... U 28 X Wnaine Jzunc.,WayneU 28 X Weaioclr, CheboyganH 25 X Weare, (r.d. Pentwat170 el.) Oceatna,......P 20 X Weaver, (r. d~ Paiis X Mecosta.........O 22 Webbers, Iouia.......S 24 Webberville, Izlgham.T 26 442 Webster' (d. _.UHamburg) Wa htenaw.U 27 25 Weeks,(r.d. Xfarlette) Q 29 Weidman, Isabella...P24 150 Weinsburg, Washte"x naw.......... U 27 Weldon, (r. d. Benzo125 nia) Benzie.........L 20 1,340 Weldon Creelc,,Nlason O020 Wellington, CrawfordM24 X Wellington, Gogebic.E 10 150 Wells, Delta.........G 11 456 Wells, Waslitenaw....... 30 Wells Bqnwch, AiitrimK23 X Wellsburg, ChippewaE 24 X Wellston, Alaiiistee...N 20 Wellsville, (r. d. Bliss165 field) Lenawee....W 27 X Wertona, Beach, Bay.P27 WentwortA, Kent........ "X Wequetonsing-Emnietl 23 "X Wesley, (r. d. Luding"X ton) Alason........ 019 496 West Bay City, Bay..P 27 WV est Branch, Ogemaw............... N 26 West Branch, Mar125 quette.............F 16 200 West Canipbell, (r. d. r71 Clarksville) Ionia..S 22 West Carlisle, (r. d. X Byron Center; R. R. X name Carlisle)KentS21 523 West Casco, (r. d. Kibx bie) Allegan........U 20 200 West Detroit, Wayne.U 29 1,659 West End, (j. d. DearX born) Wayne.......U 29 West Glaistone,DeltaG 17 35 Westbaven, (r.d. Owosso) X Shiawassee....... P 26 West Highlaund, (r. d. 75 Highland) Oakland.T28 Westholt, (r. d. Holt) Ingham............T 25 "X West1shl-geming, Mar"X quette.......E16 25 West Leroy, (r. d. Cli650 max) Calhoun.....V23 X West Millbrook, (r.(d. 20 Milbrook) Mecosta.P 23 ZUT 435 West Olive. Ottawva...S ýO 42 Weston, Lenawec.... W26 Westove)*, Saint Clair.... 125 Westphalia, Clintoii..s 24 29 West Sebeiva, (r. d. 438 Portland) Ionia....S 23 175 West Sum pter, (r. d. X Belleville) Wayiie..V 28 1,624 Westville, (r. d. Stanton) Montcalin..........Q 23 X West Windsor, (r. d. X Dimondile) Eaton..T 24 400 Westwood, (r. d. Mancelona) Kalkaska.. K 23 "X Westwood, Wayne....... "X Wetmore, Alger.....E19 Wetzell, (r. d. Mancelo50 iia) Antrim........ K 23 X Wexford, "exford...M 21 Weyant, Enim et.....H 24 X Wheatfield, Calhoun.U 23 Wheatlaiid, (r. d. Addi* son) Hillsdale.....W 25 Wheatley, (r.d.Gladwin)025 250 Wheeler, Giatiot.....&Q25 X Wheelerton, (P. O. name Pulaski) Jack150 son.............V 24 Wheeling, Emmet...H 24 100 Whipple, Oaliland.., "X White,(r.d.-Camden).W 24 White, (P. 0. name "X Nisula) Houghton..C 13 250 CVlite Cloul, Newaygo............... P 21 White Dale, *ýchool50 craft.............. G 20 1,500. Whitefish Point, Chipp8ewa.............. D 23 Whiteford Center,(r.d.C.ttawa Lake) MonroeW 27 X Whitehall, MuskegoniQ19 X* White Lake, (r. d. X Davisburg)O0,klaiidT 28 Whiteoak, (r. d. Web20 berville) I ngham...T 26 White Pigeon, St. 20 Joseph............. W 22 White Pine Aine, On10 tonagon........E 10 X White Rock, (r. d. 100 Ruth) Huron.....P 30 Whiting, (r. d. Imlay City) Lapeer....... R 29 150 Whitgnan, Marquette E16 X Whitmore Lake, Washtenaw.............U 27 21 Whiit ney, M enomineeG 16 714 Whitieyville, (r. d. 100 McCords) Kent.....S 22 100 Whittaker, - Maslitenaw............. V 28 350' Whittemore, losco...N 27 435 Wickware, (r. d. 126 Shabbona,) Sanilac..P 29 10 Wilber, Iosco........ M 28 X Wilders, Calhoun.... V 24 X Wildwood, (r. d. Conway) Cheboygan....124 200 Wiley, (r. d. Scottville) 371 Mason.............. 020 "X Wilfongs, Hui-on.... 029 "X Willcins, Kalkaska...K 23 "X Willard, (r. d. Auburn) Bay................. P 26 X Williams. Ralamazoo U 21 Williamsburg, Grand 131 Traverse............L 22 100 Williamston, Ingham.T 26 Williamsville, (r. d. 300 Vandalia) Cass.... W 21 Willis, Wash tenaw...V 28 X Willow, Wayne....V 28 Wilmot, Tuscola,,,.Q 29 Wilson, Menominee..V 25 250 Wilson. Jackson..... H 16 250 Wilsons, Jackson....V 25 Winchester, Monroe.W 28 "X Winde, Delta........G 17 "X Winder, Macomb....... "X Windom, (r. d. Town297 ley) Lenawee......W 26 100 Winegar, Gladwin... 0 25 208 Winfield, (r. d. Eaton 225 Rapids) Ingham.... U 25 100 Wingleton, Lalre.....O 21 > Wilngs, C)sceol$......O 22 S200 Winn, Isabella.......P 24 54;2 Winoua, Houghton.. D 12 Winterfielci, (r, ca. 13 Malrion) Clalrn......N 23 728 Winters, Alger....,... l g8 X Wise. (r. ct, Loomis) 244 Isabella...,,,..P 24 'WithecX~, Marclueete..F 15 X WitchT~ake,MalrcluelteF1 I Withe y JznctiolL, 250 Houghton........ X Withington, ( d, X Jacksoa) Jackson..U26 X Wixoin, COallaznc...'l 28 '525 W~olcoit, Antrim.,..:K 53 1,263 TWolfclreek, (r.d. AdX rian) Lenazwee.....Y 26 125. Wolf Luke, Lake....O 21 Wolfton, (r. d. Owen50 dale) Huron........P29 Wolverine, Cheboy* gan............J 24 X Woodbury, Eaton....S 23 349 Woodland, Barry....T 23 Woodlawn, Delta.... G 17 40 Woodman, Tuscola..P 28 X Woodmere, Wayne...U 29 500 Woods Corners, (r. d. 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Title: Michigan; Part of Keweenaw County Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Conley; Wingleton; Lake; Orono; Reed City; Parsons; Star L.; Forman; Crooked L.; Ungers; Nirvana; Chase; Oliver; Alderson; Liley; W. Troy; Biteley; Hawkins; Parks; Up. Paris; paris; Colecreek; Kopje; Otia; Woodville; Stimson; Stimson Jc.; Hungerford; Huber; Romona; Whitecloud; Field; Goodwell; Borland; Ryerson; Wooster; Gilbert; Bigprairie; Dewing; Carlson; Ashton; Brazil Wings; Crooked L.; Avondale; Evart; Muskegon R.; Sears; Clare; Lake George; l. George; Kersey; Tiff L.; Big L.; Manleys; Cranker L.; Robinsons; Chippewa sta.; Crapo; Upper Big Rapids; Pogy; Weaver; Chippewa L.; Emerald; Hill; Barryton; Fork; Brinton; Littleford L.; Sherman City; Big Rapids; Byers; Moiles; Rodney; Chatterton; Isabella; Titus; Hughes; Horr; Weldman; Mecosta; Stanwood; Higbee; Altona; Mecosta; Mec; Rem; W. Millbrook; Sylvester; Blanchard; Mansfield; P.M.; Rends; Stirling; Millers; Millbrook; Dodge; Wheatley; Manns Sid. Alward; Hatton; N. Br. Littibawasse R.; Mid. Br. Littibawasse R.; Bard; Summit; Lake; Farwell; McKay; Moores Sid; Clare; Dover; Tobacco; Beaverton; Dale; Half Way; Curriers Sid.; Gilmore; Herrick; Loomis; Coleman; Edenville; Alamando;Van Decar; Beal City; Caldwell; Isabella; Rosebush;Ind. Res.; Delwin; Leaton; Jordan; Isabella; Wise; Sale R.; Midland; Sanford; Olson; Broomfield; Rowland; Boyden; Chippewa R.; Coomer; Winn; Alembic; Crawford; Mt. Pleasant; Stearns; Salt R.; Shepherd; Gordonville; Porter; Gladwin; Howry; Arbutus; Winegar; Highwood; Mic. Cen; Smith; Bentley; Saganing cr.; Billings; Littibawasse; Rhodes; Estey; forest; Luman; N. Bradley; Brier; Pansy; Hope; Bertie; Nine Mile; Garfield; Cummings; Woodville; Crump; Linwood; Tebo; Sanford; Gray; Averill; Larkin; Duel; Willard; Wolverine; Minero 3; Kawkawlin R.; Col; Upsla; H. & W.; Mont; Mullers Cp; Olson; Floyd; Midland; Barnes; Smiths Cros; Posyville; Littibawasse R.; Colden; Lahros; Brooklyn; Moserr; Coryell; Monitor; Amelith; Freeland; Melbourne; Levindale; Pine River; Standish; Pt. Au Gres; Saganing; Worth; Pt. Charities; Pinconning; North Isl.; Stony Isl.; State Road; Michie; Kate-char or Mai-sou Isl.; Lengsville; Linwood Park; Saginaw Bay; Pond Isl.; Sebewaing; Fish Pt.; Tobico; Kawkawlin; Oaatka Beach; Wenona Beach; Sibay Cy.; Bayside; Saginaw R.; Essexville; Bay City; Raby; D.B.; Quanicassee; Bradleys; Sharpville; Downing; Akron Coal Mine; Woodman; Columbia; Unionville; Salze; Bay City; Cheboyganing; Munge; Fifield; Post; Fairgrove; Kintner; Bloomfield; Mitchells; Gravel Pit; Pleasant Hill; Oak Pt.; Caseville; Anderson; Pte aux Barques R.; Evan Lake; Wilfongs; Wild Fowl Bay; Huron; Bay Port; Pigeon R.; Berne; Gotts; Pinnebog; Soule; Crown; Weale; Bart; Riddle; Pigeon; P.M.; Rosevear; Wolfton; elkton; Grassmere; Sandy; Ashmore; Bach; Kilmanagh; Linkville; Cansord; Owendale; Patton; Rescue; Popple; Northburns; Ivanhoe; Akron; Duro; Colling; Colwood; Hutchinson; patterson; Purdy; Gagetown; Elmwood; N. Fk. Cass River; Cass City; Wickware; Greenleaf; Monte; Atwood; Caro; Ellington; Whiter Cr; Deford; S. Fk. Cass River; Novesta; Shabbona; Johnson; Kinde; Glencoe; Filion; Clarks; Rapsons; Willow R; Redman; Port Hope; Atherton; Hobson; P.M.; Badaxe; Rapson; Veronal Mills; Sigel; Helena; Harbor Beach; Har. Of Refuge; Wadsworth; ubly; Appply; Pawlowski; ruth; Parisville; Whiterock; Holbrook; Cumber; Freiburgers; Typre; Minden City; Mill Cr.; Palms; Marion; Charleston; Forestville; Chevingston; Argyle; Laing; Brotherton; Deckerville; Mills; Richmondville; Leitch; Belgium; C. M. & St. P.; Chi. & Nor. W;n; Ozaukee; Milwaukee; Bay View; Flowercreek; Michillinda; Wabaning; Duck L.; Rothbury; White R.; Fremont; Montague; White L.; Whitehall; Big Blue L.; Brunswick; Brickton; Holton; Reeman; Sitka; N. Muskegon; Sweet; Dalton; Berry; Muskegon River; Twin Lake; McLeans; Bixby; Muskegon Lake; Muskegon; Gr. Tr.; Simpson; Halls; Moorland; Hines crg; Fort Sherman; Muskegon Heights; lake Harbor; Black Lake; Lake Harbor Sta.; Kanitz; Sullivan; Pickand; Fruitport; Ravenna; Kirk; Ferrysburg; Spring L.; Spring L.; Crockery Cr.; Nunica; Coopersville; Eastmanville; Newaygo Lakes; Brookside; Newaygo; Marl Lake; Bishop; Erwin; Croton; Howard City; Lit. Muskegon R.; Ashland; Bridgeton; Dickinson; Brooks; Grant; A. Sta.; Sun; Ensley; Grove; White Fish L.; Plumville; Trent; Canada Cors; Bailey; Casnovia; Kent city; Perrins; Velzy; Cedar Springs; Sandlake; Slocum; Harrisburg; Conklin; Gooding; Lisbon; Ballards; Sparta; Reeds; Saxon; Camp L.; Edgerton; Cortland Cen.; Burchs Mill; Oakfield Cen.; Dennison; Wright; Herrinston; Berlin; Rend; English V.; Childsdale; Alpine; Belmont; Ula; Kent; Comstock; Rockford; Silver L.; Austerlitz; Chauncey; Morley; Rustford; Murphy; Rand; Remick; Montcalm; Amble; Lakeview; Townline L.; Sixlakes; Osin; Edmore; Wyman; Maplehill; Hiram; Pierson; Coral; Long L.; Langston; Trufant; Entrican; Westville; Clifford L.; McBrides; Stanton; Cloud; Sheffield; Evans; Gowen; Spencers Ms.; Griswold; Flat R.; Sidney; Colby; Moeller; Martha; Sheridan; Fishville; Harvard; Lincoln L.; N. Green V.; Green V.; Wabasis Lake; Virgil; Miller; Eureka Pl.; Bushnell; Amsden; Fenwick; Butternut; Bostwick L.; Bostwick; Cannonsburg; Parnell; Grattan; Slayton; Belding; Smyrna; Miriam; Avon; Kidd; Chadwick; Orleans; Shiloh; Henderson; Haynor; Prairie Cr.; Jerseyville; Pleasant Valley; Coe; Brooks Cr.; Cedarlake; Vestaburg; Summerton; Foresthill; Riverdale; Elwell; Breckenridge; N. Wheeler; St. Louis; Wheeler; Ferris; Sumner; Elmhall; Ithaca; Eugene; Alma; pine R.; A.A.; Beebe; Lafayette; Langport; Rathbone; Fishville; Crystal L.; Crystal; Vickeryville; Gratiot; New haven Cen.; Sethton; Northstar; Newark; Middleton; Carson City; Brice; Perrinton; Pine Cr.; Pompeii; Ola; Ashley; Bannister; Palo; Nickelplate; Muir; Maple Riv.; Hubbardston; Matherton; Pewamo; Fowler; Union Home; Maple Rapids; Hauworh Cr.; Clear Cr.; Shepardsville; Duplain; Redstone; Jam; Laporte; Carrollton; Saginaw; Eaton; Wheeler; Ryan; Iva; Graylock; Grahams; Dice; Frost; Malts; Shields; Beaver Cr.; Merrill; Hemlock; Lakefield; Saginaw; Nelson; Orr; Swan Cr.; Eastwood; Paines; Fordney; Edgewood; ordney; Sickels; Marion Sprs.; Miner; Brant; Leutz; Fergus; Groveton; St. Charles; McDonough; Alicia P.O. or Priarie Farm; Fenmore; Chapin; Racy; Brady; Chesaning; Oakley; Shiawassee R.; Luce; Layton Corners; Eureka; Elsie; ovid; Olney Henderson; Ann Ar.; Carland; Dewey Shiawassee; Easton; West Haven; Judds Corners; McClure; Waukee; Arn; Gilford; Mehshe; Crow Isl.; Greens; Lubach; Buena vista; Reese; Arthur; Veenfleta; Richville; Stone; Tuscola; Denmark Jc.; Wathousville; Jc. Saginaw; Orville; Postera; Hoyt; Bridgeport; Cassbridge; Ready; Cassbridge; Gera; Tuscola Sta.; Frankenmut; Cass River; Tuscola; Perkins; C. Jc.; Vassar; Flint R.; Verne; G.T.; Carbon; Burt; Taymouth; Blackmar; Birchrun; Countyline; Millington; Elva; Arbela; Mich. Cen.; Navan; Clio; Montrose; Brentcreek; Thetford; Pinerun; Genessee; E. Thetford; Otisville; New Lothrop; Hazelton; Flushing; Mt. Morris; Lay Tr; Genesee; N. Fk.; McGrew; Lewis; Flint; P.M.; Belsay; Kersley Cr.; Rogersville; Davison; W. Sta.; Wahjamega; Ross Cross; E. Dayton; Wilmot; Decker; Noko; Snover; Sanilac; Juniata; Northgrove; Shays Lake; Mayville; Silverwood; Kingston; Lamotte; Germania; Braidwood; Markell; Stewarts; Fostoira; Wait; clifford; Weeks; Reagan; Marlette; Ford; Otterlake; Columbiaville; Drake; Flint R.; burns L.; Millers L.; North Branch; Burnside; Deanville; Richfield; Nippissina L.; Five Lakes; Oregon P.O. or Carpenter; Lapeer; Kings Mill; Lum; Elliott; Mill Cr.; Elsa; Attica; Imlay City; Urban; Elmer; McGreco; Burden; Downington; Polani; Forester; Port Sanilac; Sandusky; Juhl; Cash; Berkshire; Carsonville; Applegate; Laurel; Redstar; Flynn; Mard; Elk Cr.; Watertown; Peck; Aitken; Croswell; Lewis Siding; Lexington; Brown City; Valley Center; Sharpsville; Melvin; Speaker; Roseburg; East Fremont; Amadore; Brockway; East Greenwood; yale; Fargo; Jeddo; Blaine; Zion; Atkins; lakepport; Mt. Salem; Saint Clair; Avoca; Ruby; eighty Foot Grade; Northstreet; Gardendale; Huronia Beach; Milwaukee; Chi. Mil. & St. P.; Root R.; Racine; Wind Pt; W. U. Jc.; Wisconsin; Kenosha; Lake Michigan; Grand Haven; Sheldon; Robinson; Agnew; Ottawa Sta.; Bass River; Rusk; Conger; Allendale; West Olive; Port Sheldon; New Holland; Ottawa; Olive Cen.; Adaculo; Crisp; Pearline; S. Blendon; Ventura; Noordelo; Black; Ottawa Beach; Waverly; Cronje; Beaver Dam; Zeeland; new Groningen; Orenthe; Holland; Macatawa; Castle Park; Graffschap; Gibson; Holand; Fillmore Cen; May; Veriselo; Oakland; Bentheim; E. Saugatuck; Saugatuck; Douglas; New Richmond; Peachbelt; Dunningville; Fennville; Ganges; Belknap; Glenn; Allegan; Pearl; Avis; Bravo; millgrove; Lamont; Elgin; Kinney; Tallmadge; W. Gr. Rapids; Eagle Ms.; Grand Rapids; Oakdale; Dewey; Reed Lake; Heath; Bauer; George; Farowe; Grandville; Jenison; Hanley; Hudson V.; N. Byron; S. Gr. Rapids; E. Paris; Crosby; Fishers; Fox; Jamestown; Vriesland; Zulphen; Gitchel; Forestgrove; Debei; Byron Cen.; Herps; Dutton; W. Carlisle; Ross; Caledonia; Burnips Cors; North Dorr; New Salem; Dorr; Diamond Sprs.; Greenlake; Moline; Corning; Middleville; Duncan L.; Hamilton; Monterey; Maplewood; Hilliards; Dallas; Monterey; Rabbit R.; Hopkins; Minerlake; Wayland; Bradley; Shelbyville; Gunlake; Gun L.; Allegan; Kellogg; Miner Lake; Fisk; Martin; Monteith; Cloverdale; Orange V.; Chapel; Vergennes; Ada; Grand River; Lowell; Flat R.; Malta; Prison Siding; Dildine; Ionia; Lyons Sta; Webber; Cascade; Thorn Apple Riv.; Whitney V.; McCords; Alto; Ionia; Chandler; Saranac; Gridley; Doris; Collins; Orange; Alaska; Lyman; Labarge; Logan; Bowen; Elmdale; Clarksville; W. Campbell; Campbell; Lake Odessa; West Sebewa; Lake Odessa; Rosina; Parmelee; N. Irving; Freeport; Carlton Cen.; Coats Gr.; Gerkey; Woodland; Dellwood; Woodbury; Irving; Bowens Mills; yankee Spr.; Maple L.; Shultz; Hastings; Quimby; Morgan; Thorn Apple; Mill Cr.; Kelly; Vermontville; Watt L.; Barry; Cedar Creek; Clear L.; Pritchard; Dowling; Highbank; Maple Gr.; Nashville; Kalamo; Carlisle; Charlotte; Eaton; Lyons; Maple; Stony Cr.; Gr. Tr.; Clinton; St. Johns; Muskrat Cr.; Portland; Westphalia; Riley; South Riley; Merlebeach; Rew; Round L.; Geary; Sebewa; Mulliken; Jeffery; Sebewa; Wacousta; Eagle; Dewitt; Lookingglass R.; gunnisonville; Chandler; Sunfield; Bismarck; Shaytown; Grandledge; Hoyt V.; Roxana; Lansing; Fair Grounds; Millett; Delta; N. Lansing; Trowbridge; Gresham; Chester; West Windsor; Potterville; Dimondale; Packard; West Holt; Holt; Kings L.; Petreville; Kingsland; Klink; Aurelius; N. Aurelius; Ingham; Kilwinnin; Jessie; Burton; Owosso; Corunna; Kerby; Vernon; Victor; Laingsburg; Sagerville; pittsburg; Bennington; Hartwellville; Durand; Bath; Parkes L.; Shaftsburg; Morrice; perry; Nicholson; Bancroft; Byron;E. Lansing; Oxemos; Haslett; Meridian; Locke; Williamston; Oakgrove Sta.; Holt; Webberville; Pollok; Fowlerville; Livingston; Howell; Mason; Eden; Dansville; Whiteoak; Deweyville; Iosco; Annpere; Pingree; Backus; Lennon; Otterburn; Thread; S. Flint; Thread R.; Emergency; Gaines; Duffield; Crapo Farm; Swartz Creek; Torrey; Rankin; Newark; Grand Blanc; Atlas; B. Sta.; Argentine; Linden; paxton; Long L.; Fenton; Groveland; Thayla; Holly; Ortonville; Indian L.; Cohoctah; Deercreek; Madison; Oakgrove; Rose P.O. or Rose Cen.; Hallers; Davisburg; Anderson V. P.O. or C Sta.; Clarkston; Fleming; Parshallville; West Higland; Hartland; Clyde; White Lake; Oakland; Hollister; Oxbow; Fourtowns; Summit; Long Lake; Chilson; Brighton; Highland; Milford; New Hudson; Wixom; Commerce; Walled Lake; Hadley; Goodrich; L. Hasler; Farmers Cr.; farmers Creek; Hunters Creek; Metamora; Thornville; Dryden; Almont; Hopkins road; Seymour Lake; Bastidos; Thomas; Oakwood; Oxford; Leonard; Shour; Lakeville; N Br. Clinton R.; Austin; Clarkston; Clinton V.; Waterford; Cole; Eames; Orion; Alert; Mount Vernon; Goodison; Romeo; Drayton Plains; Sylvan L; Cass L.; Three Mile L.; Rochester; Amy; R. Jc.; Yates; De Pews; Utica; Macomb; Disco; Walled L.; Nichols; Cass L.; Pontiac; Orchard Lake; Grove; Walnut; Norris; Franklin; Circle; Birmingham; Clawson; Warren; Troy; Colerain; Big Beaver; Clinton R.; Capac; Rylla R.; Belleriver; Riley Center; P.M.; M. Sta.; Emmett; Abbotsford; Goodells; Lamb; Thornton; Wales; Burns; Kimball; Wadhams; Smith Cr; Marysville; Ft. crat; Tunnel Jc.; Tappan; Allenton; Berville; Doyle; Armada; Richmond; Memphis; Columbus; butlins; Rattlerun; Pine r.; Washington; Davis; Ray Cen.; Omo; Newhaven; Lenox; Adair; Carltons Crg.; Casco; peters; Chesterfield; Waldenburg; Meade; Milton; Anchor Bay; New Baltimore; Anchor V.; Fairhaven; Marine City; Pearlbeach; Mt. Clemens Sta.; Cady; Fraser; Mt. Clemens; Dickinson Isl.; Pt. Huron; San Souci; Walpole Isl.; Pt. Huron; Sarina; Upton Wks.; Fort Huron Salt Works; St. Clair Sprs.; St. Clair; St. Clair R.; Lambton; Roberts L'dg; Algonac; Hansons Isl.; Lake; Benton; Wadsworth; Illinois; Waukegan; Lake Forest; Rondout; Highland Park; Deerfield; Des Plaines; Glencoe; W.C.; Cook; Evanston; C. & N.W.; South Evanston; Hagar; Twelve Cors.; Benton Harbor; St. Joseph; Hilltop; Glen Lord; Vineland; Stevensville; Springgrove; West Casco; Hawkhead; Leisure; Black R.; Scott Lake; Pullman; Lee; Horseshoe; South Haven; Long Siding; Fruitland; Packard; Kibbie; Lacota; Maple Forest; Grand Jc.; Columbai; Berlamont; Gobleville; Pinegrove Mills; Palisade Park; Covert; Elmwood; Windermere; Blakes; Lake Point; Paw paw L.; Van Buren; Breedsville; McDonald; Toquin P.O. or Paw paw lake Jc. Bangor; Coloma; Riverside; Paw paw R.; hartford; Watervliet; Lawrence; Barrison; Millburg; Bainbridge; Spinks Cors.; Pennyann; Keeler; Sister L.; Sister Lakes; Corwin; Decatur; Hollywood; Carl; Royalton; Sodus; Arden; Pipestone; Naomi; Hartman; Dowagiac R.; Glenwood; Volina; Chicora; Cheshire; Merson; Kalamazo R.; Abronia; Otsego; Plainwell; Bowens; Hooper; Neely; Silver Creek; Prairie V.; Doster; Bloomingdale; Kendall; Mentha; Alamo; Argenta; Cooper Sta.; Williams; Hopkins; Springbrook; E. Cooper; Glendale; Almena; Eassom; Walker; Brownell; Kalamazoo; lauren Lake; Miller; Oshtemo; Nazareth; Comstock; P. Jc.; Lake Cora; Lawton; Paw Paw; Mattawan; Newbre; Texas; Brighton; Kalamazoo; Portage; Pike L.; Austin; G. R. & I.; Indian Field; Pomeroy; Lake; Round L.; Bunksons L.; Grass L.; chamberlains; Cedar L.; Schoolcraft; Bakers; Vicksburg; marcellus; Prairie; Ronde; Leesburg; Howardsville; Flowerfield; Mint; Parkville; Milo; Cressey; Gull Lake; Delion; Fair L.; Hickory Cors.; Lake; Banfield; Bristol L.; Lacey; Assyria; Bellevue; Ceylon; Gull L.; Richland; Yorkville; Ney; Hume; Bedford; Base Line; Battle Creek; Penfield; Convis; Galesburg; Renton; Climax; Augusta; Adams; Nichols; Beadle P.O. or Beadle Lake; Wheatfield; Ceresco; Pavilion; Scotts; W. Leroy; Sonoma; Calhoun; E. Leroy; Joppa; Stanley; Wilders; Indian L.; Fulton; Pinecreek; Athens; Burlington Sta.; Burlington; Abscota; Tekonsha; Portage Lake; Factoryville; Mendon; Leonidas; Hodunk; Union City; Hog R.; Girard; Olivet; Ainger P.O. or olivet Sta.; Brookfield; Eaton Rapids; Charlesworth; Winfield; Onondaga; Rice Creek; Partell;Ducklake; Duck L.; Ottercreek; Springport; East Springport; Tompkins; Henrys Crg.; Arlan; Tokio; rice Cr.; marshall; Marengo; Devereaux; Spring Cr.; Parma; Jackson; Minard; Sandstone; Van Horn; Eckford; Albion; Bath Mills; Condit; Spring Arbor; Reynolds; Concord; Snyder; Jackson; Haires; Wilsons; Clarendon; Homer; Grover; Pulaski; Stonypoint; hanover; Butler; Litchfield; S. Butler; Mosherville; Milnes; Scipio; Moscow; Jerome; Bunkerhill; Leslie; Fitchburg; Stockbridge; Lowe L.; Gregory; Plainfield; Bruin L.; Unadilla; Rives Jc.; Henrietta Sta.; Portage R.; Portage; Henrietta; roots; Munith; Lit. Portage L.; Trist; Waterloo; South L.; Mill Cr.; Prison Side Tr. Jc.; Withington; Gillet L.; Goose L.; Big Portage L.; Chelsea; Francisco; L.S.; Lyonette; S. Jackson; Leoni; Michigan Cen.; Eldred; Ackerson; Grass Lake; Napoleon; Norvell; Washtenaw; Sharonville; Manchester; Horton; Liberty; Cedarbank; Cranberry L.; Clarklake; Clark L.; Johnson; Brooklyn; Vineyard L.; Wampler L.; Watkins; M. Jc.; Somerset; Somerset Cen.; Knorr L.; Cement Cy.; Cambridge; Springville; Devils L.; Onsted; Sand L.; Putnam; Pentecost; T. Jc.; Anderson; Pinckney; Lakeland; Island Lake; Greenoak; Whitmore L.; W.L. sta.; Rushton; South Lyon; Dexter; Hamburg; Webster; Kirby; Emery; Salem; Geer; Northville; Plymouth; Lima; Ann Arbor; Delhi; Bell; Geddes; Cherryhill; Dixboro; Denton; Wiard; Fredonia; Saline; Ypsilanti; Pittsfield P.O. or P. Jc.; Rawsonville; River Raisin; Bridgewater; Orania; Stonycreek; York; Milan; Belleville; Whitaker; W. Sumpter; Clinton; Tecumseh; Lakeridge; Macon; Cone; Britton; Saline R.; Azalia; Raisinville; Milan Jc.; Oakville; Exeter; London; Maybee; Novi; Farmington; Powers; Beddow; Southfield; Clarenceville; Royal oak; Mt. Olivet; Livonia; Stark; Lawn; Bellbranch; Beech; Elm; Michigan Ave.; Redford; Greenfield; Oak; Urbranrest; Lake Pa; Kenwo; Nankin; Wayne Jc.; Wallace; Pikes Pike; Inkster; Swift; se; Wayne; Boursome; L. Line; Navarre; W. end; Detroit; Windsor; Wayne; Huron R.; Frenchlanding; hand Sta.; Preston; Romulus; Taylo Cen.; Wyandotte; Elray; Riverrouge; Ecorse; Lighting Isl.; New Boston; Flatrock; Sibley; Trenton; Chandler; Grosse Isle; Slocom Jc.; Briar Hill; Carleton; Scofield; S. Rockwood; Grafton; Gibraltar; Rockwood; Chapman; Newport; Detroit R.; Pt. M Ice; Centerline; Lakeshore; roseville; Halfway; Lake St. Clair; Gillner; Coniope; Tamer; Lees V.; St. Clair Mts.; L Waukee Id.; Grosse Pointe Farms; Hauvin; Grossepointe; paye; Cottagegrove; Detroit; Rochester; Stony Pt.; Essex; Essex Center; Rascum r.; Whatty; Romney; Mic. Cen.; Ruthven; Olinda; Leamington; Oxley; Kingsville; Pigeon Bay; G.R. T.R.; C. P.; L. E. & D.; Claireview; C.N.; Mayfair; C.M. & St. P.; C. & N. W.; C.G W.; Chicago; I. C.; C.B. & O.; C.T.T.; A.T. & S. F.; Hyde Park; Grand Crossing; C. & A.; C.J.; G.T.; Wab.; South Chicago; Blue Island; G.R. I. & P.; Harvey; Lake; Whiting; Michigan City; hammond; L.S & M.S..; Tolleston; IndianaPort; Derby; Hinchman; Livingston; Berrien; Baroda; Bridgman; Sawyer; Harbert; Lakeside; Union Pier; Galien R.; Avery; Galien; New Troy; Glendora; New Buffalo; Three Oaks; Barrett Siding; Alfred; New Carlisle; La Porte; Otis; Webbers; South Bend; Stemm; Eau Claire; Mic. Cen.; Berrien Springs; Lighton; Fair Land; Berrien Cen.; Dowagiac; Cass; Cassopolis; Pokagon; Lagrange; Troy; Jaquay; Buchanan; Sumnerville; St. joseph R.; Niles; Edwardsburg; Barron L.; Kennedy; Dailey; Redfield; Dayton; Bertrand; Truitts; Adamsville; Baldwin L.; Granger; Osceola; St. Joseph; Elkhart; Crums Point; Wakelee; Penn; Forest Hall; Sandy Beach; Vandalia; Corey L.; Fabius; Moorepark; Three Rivers; T.R. Sta.; Florence; Portage R.; St. Joseph River; Wasepi; Center V.; Browns; Day; Field; Long L.; Newburg; Jones; Williamsville; Corey; St. Joseph; Constantine; White Pigeon; Perrin; Sailor; Mottville; union; White Pigeon Riv.; Oakwood; Klingers; Fawn; Elkhart; Bristol; L.S. & M.S.; La Grange; Longitude 30 West from Greenwich; Sturgis L.; Fairfax; Nottawa; Colon; Mattison; Findley; Sherwood; Branch; Olds; Coldwater; Batavia; Sturgis; Burroak; Holmes Siding; Prairie R.; Bronson; Bethel; Coldwater L.; Lockwood; Fawn River; Gilead; E. Gilead; California; Lima; Fremont; Steuben; L.S. & M.S.; Quincy; Marble L.; Allen Sta.; Allen; Hillsdale; Banker; Ft. W. Jc.; N. Adams; Wheatland; Stafford; Hoxie; Algansee; Purchase; Gorton Towns; Lester; Hillsdale; Reading; Steamb'g; Jefferson; Osseo; Pittsford; Kinderhook; Montgomery; Camden; Cambria; Frontier; Ransom; Buckeye; White; Whadyside; Prattville; Betzer; Waldron; S. Camden; Amboy; Alvordton; Angola; Williams; Ohio; Bakers; Church; Manitou Beach; Townley; Addison ; A. jc.; Devils L.; Geneva; Lenawee; Windom; Rollin; Stoddard; Wolfcreek; Rome; Adrian; Tipton; Birdsall; Woodward; Sutton; Mallory; Locust; Fair Port; Walworth; Hudson; Medina; Cadmus; Clayton; Sand Cr.; Madison; S. Adrian; Chases; Lenawaee Jc.; Gorman; Canandaigua; N. Morenci; Limecreek; Munson; Seneca; packard; Bimo; Fruitridge; Weston; S. Fairfield; Fairfield; Jasper; Ridge V.; Morenci; Denson; Fayette; Fulton; Swanton; Ridgeway; Sutton; Holloway; Raisin Cen.; Britton; D. Jc.; Rea; Dundee; Durban; Grape; Raisin R; Strasburg; Ida; Wells V.; Palmyra; grosvenor; Sisson; Blissfield; Deerfield; Petersburg; Federman; Monroe; Morocco; Lulu; Winchester; Yargerville; Ogeden; Ogden Center; Riga; Victors V.; Ottawa Lake; Bateman; Ottaw lake; Gert; Temperance; Whiteford Cen.; Lambertville; Samaria; Erie; Lucas; Toledo; E. Toledo; Air Line Jc.; Steiner; Raisin; Warner; Stony Creek; Brest; Colchester; Gresnings; La Salle; Monroe; Raisin Pt; Lake Erie; mid. Sister Isl.; Vienna; La Plaisance Bay; Cape North; W. Sister Isl.; Maumee Bay; Cedar Pt.; Manhattan Jc.; Locust Pt.; W. & L.E.; Locust Pt.; Littles Pt.; Pt. Pelee; E. Sister Isl.; Pt. Pelee Island; North Bass Isl.; Mid. Bass Isl.; South Bass Isl.;Canada; Pie Isl.; Amygdaloid Isl.; Passage Isl.; Isle Royale; Minong; Rock Harbor; Todds Har.; Chippewa Har.; Gull Isl.; Blakes Pt.; Washington Harbor; Johns; Washington Isl.; Rainbow Cove; Siskawit Lake; Siskawit Bay; Isle Royale Light; Siskawit Is.; Lake Superior; Ontonagon Ind. Res.; Eagle River; Allouez Mill; Kearsarg; Wolverine; Centennial; Belt Line Jc.; Red Jacket; Lauriu; Osceola; Highway; Demmon; Paavola P.O. or Frankliin Jc.; Franklin; Swedetown; Mine; Oskar; Hancock; Houghton; Redridge; Redridge Jc.; Stanwood; Edgemere; Edgemere Jc.; Beacon Hill; Freda; Freda Park; Liminga; Mine; Ripley; Salmon Trout; Onnela; Obenhoff; Atlantic Mine; Mill Mine Jc.; South Range; Messner; Trimountain; Huron; Baltic; E. Houghton; Portage L.; Elm R.; Ricedale; Portage R.; Central; Copper Falls Mine; Eagle Harbor; Delaware Mine; Gate Har.; Wyoming; L. La B. Jc.; Crestview; Phoenix Mine; Crestview Jc.; Cliff; L. Gratiot; Lac La Belle; Fulton; Allouez; Ahmeek; Ojibway; Cliff; Mohawk; Keweenaw; Phoenix; Hebard; Traverse; Deer L.; Mendota; Copper City; Calumet; L. Linden; Snowshoe; Gay; Hubbell; Copper Mills; Lake Jc.; Amazon; Hor de; Torch L.; Traverse Pte.; Senter; Ollar Bay; Point Mills; Gross Point; Traverse Isl.; Mosquitoes; Mandan; Montreal r.; Mt. Houghton; Fish Cove; Beta; Grist bay; Lac la Belle; Pt. Isabelle; Lake Superior; Lit. girls Pt.; Black Riv.; Montreal R.; Montreal; Black River; Gogebic; N. Bessemer; Bessemer Jc.; Carp R.; Union Bay; Ontonagon; Green R.; Lit. Carp R.; Presque Isle R.; Porcupine Mts.; Little Iron R.; Ontonagon; Korelock P.O. or Gogebic; W. Br. Ontonagon R.; bergland; Abitosse; Wakefield Jc.; Thomaston; Beryl; Tula; Duke; Gogebic Lake; Topaz P.O. or Groesbeck; Matchwood; 14 Mile Pt.; Sterling R.; Misery R.; Fire Steel R.; Faleston; Winona; Cranberry; R.; Potato R.; Ontonagon R.; Chi. Mil. & St. P.; Wood Spur; Evergreen; Greenland Jc.; Adventure; greenland; Seager; Rockland; victoria; Riddle Jc.; McKeever; Mass; Peppard; E. Branch Ontonagon R.; Mid. Branch Ontonagon R.; Riddle Jc.; McKeever; South Branch; Ewen; paynesville; Ruby; Stonington; Toivola; Painesdale; Chassell; Arnheim; Nisula P.O. or White; Twin Lakes; Elm River; Tapiola; Bellaire; Pelkie; Hazel; Elo; Askel; Otter L.; Lakemine; Otter; Motley; Alston; Assinins; Simar; Rubicon P.O. or Rubbells Mill; Silver; Sturgeon r.; Plato P.O. or Poti; Frost; Taylor Mine; baraga; Houghton; Perch; Robinson; Leo; covington; Murphy; Jacobsville; Pt. Abbaye; Huron Is.; Keweenaw Bay; Keweenaw Bay; Pequaming; Skanee; Huron Pt.; Pine L.; Iron Bridge; Baraga; L'Anse; Zeba; Slate Cr.; Huron R.; Huron Mts.; Ives L; L'Anse; Taylor Jc.; L'anse Ind. Res.; Summit; Hesman; Hibbard; Pope; Pascoe mine; Dishno; Humboldt; Diorite P.O. or Clowry; Sturgeon; Vermilac; Bess; Tredeau; Tioga; Bode; Nestoria; Michigamme; Redruth; Beaufort; Beck; Brown; Chi. & Nor. W'n; Hurley; Ironwood; Siemens; Pusitar; Bessemer; Ramsay; Verona; Wakefield; Wakefield Jc.; Ross Siding; hartleys; Dunham; Marenisco; gogebic; Wellington; Cisco Lake; Thayer; Wisconsin; Cisco Lake; Radford; Choate; Nester; St. Collins; Bruce Cros.; Basco; Finland; Dermont; Jasper; Calder Wood; Sandhurst; roselawn P.O. or Craigsmere; Robbins; Paulding; Barclay; Interior; Turtle; Blemers; Bonifas; Watersmeet; Croziers Mill; Interior Jc.; Tamarack; State Line; Elmwood; Trout Cr.; Lewis; Onyx; Harvey; Kitchi; Anthony; Read; Sidnaw; Nestor Cross; Tunis; Perch L.; Paint River; Iron; Atkinson; Basswood; Beechwood; Hazel; Mapleton; Iron River; Crystal Falls; Dunn Mine; Stambaugh; Palatka; Saunders; L. Michigamme; Erie; Beacon; Champion; Wabik; Mill Jc.; Parks Siding; Michigan Riv.; Columbia; Republic; Granite; Clarksburg; Amasa; Witbeck; Witch Lake; Marquette; Balsam; Ponca; Michigamme R; Floodwood; Dickinson; Golden; Turner; Henderson; Great Western; Tobin Mine; Mastodon Mine; Kelso; Mansfield; Channing; Sagola; Naults; Panola; Mastodon; Pentoga; Ping R.; Bark River; Brule; Florence; Stager; Randville; Granite Bluff; Merriman; Spread Eagle Sta.; River Siding; Antoine; Iron Mountain; Loop; line Jc. Quinnesec; King; Fumee; Norway; Vulcan -
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Title: Michigan; Part of Keweenaw County Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Eagle Harbor; Keweenaw; Delaware Mine; K.C.; Wyoming; L. La B. Jc.; Gratiot Lake; Lac La Belle; Deer Lake; Mendota; Copper Har; Manitou Isl.; Mandan; Bete Grise Bay; Fish Cove; Keewenaw Pt.; Lad Di Belle; Pt. Isabella; Pt. Abbaye; Mountain L.; Huron R.; Michigamme; Beck; C. & N.W.; Beacon; Huron Islands; Huron Pt.; Pine Riv. Pine river Pt.; Pine L.; Huron Mts; Ives L.; Salmon Trout R.; Big Bay; Bigbay; Big Bay Pt.; L. Independence; Ransom; M.M. & S.F.; Antlers; Yellow Dog; Powell; Ash; Birch; Sauks Head; Godwin; Garlick Isl.; Raish; Garlick Pt.; Dead R.; Garlic Lake; Garlic R.; Hoist; Queenmine; Eagle Mills; Dead River; Whitman; Bancroft; Forestville; Dishno; Brown; Pascoe Mine; Champion; Diorite P.O. or Clowry; Humboldt; Clarksburg; Boston Mine; North Lake; W. Ishpeming; N.W.; St. Lawrence; Jopling; Ishpeming; Teel L.; Negaunee; L. Superior; Granite Isl.; Gillespie; Buckroe; Granite Pt.; Pickerel Lake; Middle Isl.; Presque Isl.; Superior; Marquette; Valley Mills Spur; Carp Furnace; Gillett; Harvey P.O. or Chocolay; Short Pt.; Laughing Fish pt.; Tyoca; Deer Lake; Autrian Isl.; Wood Isl.; Grand Isl.; Trout Pt.; Castle Pt.; Grand Marais Harbor; Grand Marais; Pt. au Sable; Grand Sable Lake; Summit; Grand Portal; Man.; Beaver; Grand Marais Jc.; Bennett; Sucker Cr.; Two Hearted R.; Vermilion Pt.; Vermilion; Lit. Two Hearted R.; Shelldrake R.; Tahquamenaw River; Emerson; Tahquamenaw Bay; Pancake Pt.; Corbay Pt.; Bachewauaung Isl.; Bachewauaung; North Sandy Isl.; South Sandy Isl.; Whitefish Pt.; Maple Isl.; Parisian Isl.; Goulais Pt.; Goulais Bay; White Fish Bay; Sault Ste. Marie; Iroquois Isl.; S. Shore Jc.; Canal; Ft. Brady M.R.; Payment; L. Michigamme; Erie; Milwaukee Jc; C. & N.W.; Wabik; Clarksburg; B. Jc.; D. Jc.; Greenwood; Stoneville; Saginaw Mine; W. Jc.; Mineral Branch; Columbian; Marquette; Republic; Granite; Winthrop Mine; W. Br. Escanaba R.; Tilden; Nat Mine; Palmer; partridge; Witch Lake; Witbeck; Camp No. 7; Kates; E. & L.S.; Princeton; Michigamme R.; Golden; E. & L.S.; Floodwood; West Branch; New Swanzy; Wolverine; Channing; Sagola; Turner; Henderson; Ralph; Ward; Russell; Lindsley; McRae; Alfred; Dickinson; E Br. Cedar R.; Metropolitan; Ford R.; Northland; Mashek; Arnold P.O. or Watson; Goose L.; Cascade; Gentian; Basil; Gordon; mangum; Green Garden; Dul. So Sh. & Atl.; Yalmar Sta.; Sand river; whitefish; Deerton; Onota; E Br. Escanaba R.; Plains; McReavey; Sands; Yalmar; Skandia; New Dalton; Selma; Dukes; Lawson; Roberts; Dorsey; Block; Diemling; Rumley; Ferguson; Swanzy; Gwin; Cedar Back; Anderson; Forsyth P.O. Little Lake Sta. Cy; Carlshend; Manigold; Ladoga; Alger; Little L.; Helena; Turin P.O. or McFarland; Ross; Reade; S.E. & L.; Escanaba R.; Lathrop; Rock P.O. or Trombly; Rapid R.; Mapleridge; osier; Mashek; Defiance P.O. or Campbell; Taycoosh R.; Friday; Tyoga Jc.; Shelter Bay; Rock River; Autrian L.; Brownstone; Autrian Bay; Autrian; Wilcox; Lowrey; Hallston; Munising; Trout Bay; Grand Isl. B.; Sandy Pt.; Jenks; Eben Jc. Finns; Calciferous; Ridge; Munising Jc; Dixon; Lake; Forest; Kirby; Zerbel; Stillman; Glacier; Wentmore; Mabel; Boogrens; Evelyn; Blueafari; Juniper; Coalwood; Boven; Peterson; Ames; Autrian; Buckeye; Limestone; Chatham; Mud L.; Diffin; Trenary; Winters; Klondike; Schoolcraft; Miners; Doucettes; Odetts; Uno; Camp; Steuben; White Fish; N.N.; Fish Dam R.; Iron Creek; Masters; haggins; boucha; Cusino; Creighton; State Roads; Wards; Doty; Hartho; Ethel; Percy; Chapman; Samson; Metser; Pethel; Walsh; Driggs; Camp Seven; Shingleton; Richardson; Moinnes; Scotts; Germfask; N.W. Branch Manistique R.; Beesons; Spur; W. Br Manistique R; Hiawatha Sta.; Hiawatha; Branch Manistique R.; Big Spring; Camp 22; Station Nine; White Dale; Gulliver; Camp No. 1; Nicholsonville; Stary; Luce; Liston; Dannaher; Laketon; McMillan; Dul. So. Sh. & Atl.; Dollarville; Seney; Man.; N. Manistique L.; Helmer; Ackley; Manistique L.; Diller; Curtis; S. Manistique L.; Wilman; Donald; Bear Cr.; B. & S; Blane; Mooreville; Bryan; Viola P.O. or Corinne; Bovee; Gould City; Pike Lake; Mackinac; Haslemere; Engadine; Greylock; St. Thomas; Blaney Jc.; Huntspur; Simmons; E. Br. Tahquamenaw River; Newberry; Middle Fk.; Chippewa; Hulbert; Eckerman; Sage; So Junction; D.S.S. & A.; Fiborn quarry; hendrie; Fiborn jc.; Milakoki Lake; Gilchrist; Garnet; Sault Ste. Mar.; Rexton; Caffey; Naubinway; Ozark; Biddle Pt.; Stony Pt.; Pt. Epoufett; Epoufette; Brevort; Salt Pt.; Bay Mills; giska Bay; Trongs; Woods Branch; Rexford; Wellers; Duff; Wellsburg; Red Carp R.; Brimley; Dell P.O. or Cordell; Dryburg; Cottage Park Spur; Haff; Troutlake; Dick; Fibre; Strongville; Rudyard; Carp River; Kenneth; Nogi; Greene Charles; St. martins Bay; Hessel; Gladys; St. Marys River; Hog Lake; Brassar; Sugar isl.; Laramie; Great Lake; Dafteh; Rosedale; George; Duck Is. Rapids; Kinross; McCarron; Donaldson; Oak Ridge Park; Thorice; Trombly; Homestead; Sailors Encampment Isl.; Nebbish; Tone; mcVille; Kelden; Stirlingville; Mannasca B. Mud Lake; St. Joseph Island; Stalwart; Pickford; Rockview; Raber; Lime Isl.; Round Is.; Meyers; Cedarville; Gatesville; Montreal Channel; sh Pt.; Worsley Bay; Bruce Pt.; Burnt Is.; Harbor Isl.; Poragannissing Bay; Drummond; Maxton; Pirate Harbor; Marble Head; Grants Is.; North; Thompsons Pt.; Chi. Mil. & St. P.; Randville; Youngs; Merriman; Felch; Cedar R.; Chi. & N.W.; Spruce; Foster City; Hardwood; Hylas; River Siding; Fumee; Antoine or Traders Jc.; Loop Line Jc.; L. Antoine; L. Fumee; Quinnesec; W. M. & N.; King; Norway; Apppleton Mine; Sturgeon; Sumac; Labranche P.O. or Faunus; Cleeremans; Oro; Iron Mountain; C. & N.W.; Vulcan; Sturgeon Falls; Lorett; Cedar; Aucedah; Leaper; Sc; Elvtie; Spalding; Spur; Farnham; Radfords; M. St. P. & S.S.; W. & M.; Marinette; Pembine; Aragon Mine; Aragon Jc.; Faithorn; Blum; Malacca; Hermans V.; Powers; Kloman; Menominee River; Bird; Houte; Nathan; Everett; Banat; Nadeau; Carney; Phee; Menominee River; Menominee; Ames; Lit. Cedar R.; Bagley; Talbot; Hendricks; Dryads; Camp No. 5 & 6; Camp No. 2; Delta; Woodlawn; Kinsley; Lemay; Cornell; Chaison; Gladstone; Perkins; Winde; Brampton; Whitney; Perronville; Alecto; Schaffer; Salva; Marrangers; Chandler; Gladstone; Cross; M. St. P. & S.M.; Gladstone; Bay Siding; Larsons; Eustis; Tesch; Newhall; Bichler; Groos; Well Pine Ridge; Larch; Flat Rock; N. Escanaba; Stonington; Escanaba; Spalding; Wilson; Houles; Indian Town Sta.; Harris; Bark River; Narenta; Hyde P.O. or Ford River Sta.; Sand Isl.; Ford River; Cedar R.; Gourley; Rapid River; Ensign; Picket Cr.; Sturgeon Riv.; Farrell; Masonville; Lit. Bay de Noquette; Kipling; St. Jacques; Ogontz; Nahma Jc.; Ogontz Bay; Minn. St. P. & Sault Ste. Mar.; Nahma; Stony Pt.; Babella; Stonington; Round Isl.; St. Vital Is.; Snake Isl.; Vans Harbor Garden; Peninsula Pt.; Chippewa Pt.; Big Bay de Noquette; Fayette; Burnt Bluff; Ann; Lit. Summer Isl.; Gravely Isl.; Pt. De Tour; Summer Isl.; Poverty Isl.; Gull Isl.; Murphys; L. Co.; Delta Jc.; Manistique L.; Manistique Riv.; South Manistique; Thompson; Manistique; Cherry Valley; Marblehead; Gulliver L.; Cooks; Camp 20; Camp 1 Jc.; Wiggins Pt.; pt. au Barque; Portage Bay; McDonald L.; McDonald Lake; Hughes Pt.; Scotts Pt; Pt. Patterson; Potters Reef; Pt. Seul Croix; Squaw Isl.; Timbered Isl.; Whiskey Isl.; Garden Isl.; Trout Isl.; St. James; Gull Isl.; High Isl.; Manitou Payment Shoal; Simmons Reef; Pt. aux Chenes; White Shoal; St Helena Isl.; Hat Is. Grays Reef; Straits of Mackinac; Hog Isl.; Waugoshance Isl.; Triangular Isl.; Stony Isl.; Beaver harbor; Temperance Isl.; Temperance Pt.; Beaver isl.; Sturgeonbay; Cross Village; Isle au Gales; Pierce Lake; Larks; Emmet; Goodhart; Crystal Sprs.; Stootsman; Indian Garden; H.S.; Le Brevort; Allenville; St. Ignace; Moran; Reavie; Gross pt.; St. Martins Isl.; Lit. St. Martins Isl.; Pt. St. Martins; Les Cheneaux; Gros Cape; Groscap; W. Moran Bay; E. Moran Bay; Pt. St. Ignace; Mackinac isl.; Round Isl.; McGulpin Pt.; Watsonville; Cecil; Carp R.; mackinaw; Freedom; Sand Bay; Pte. Aux Pins; South Channel; Bliss; Carplake; Hamlet; Ingleside; Wheeling; Carp L.; Walker; Hebron; Lakeside; Dow; Cheboygan; McLeods Bay; Levering; Lakewood; Bogardus; Bellston; Rutland; Weyant; Munroe L.; Weadock; Turtle L.; Mullet Lake Lake; Riggs V.; Pleasantview; Brutus; Binchwood; Mulletts Lake; Corvell; Detour; Goose Isl.; Pt. Fugard; Marquette Isl.; Lasalle Isl.; Prentice Bay; Beaver Tail Pt.; Pt. St. Vital; Bois Blanc Isl.; Lake Huron; Duncan; Mary Lake; Walkers Point; L. Thompson; Pt. Au Sable; Cheboygan R.; Inverness; Alverno; Long L.; Grace; Aloha; Hammonds Bay; Pt. Detour; Detour Passage Bay; Pt. La Bar; Island Harbor; Huron Bay; Drummond Isl.; Kreetan; False Detour Channel; Cockburn Island; Mildram pt.; Mildram Bay; Pt. Smith; Strait of Mississagua; Green Isl.; Peninsula Pt.; Western Duck; Great Duck; Crescet; Vidal Isl.; Bayfield Sd.; Barrie Island; manitoulin Isl.; Elizabeth Bay; Helen Bay; Inner Duck; Portage Bay; Middle Duck; Outer Duck; Lake Wolsey; Swanson; Daggett; White Rapids; Koss; Kells; Longrie; Stephenson; Ingalls; Noquebay; Kitsons; Wallace; Ellis Jc.; Hansen; Carbondale; Peshtigo R.; Porterfield; Kew; Menominee; Beaver; Marinette; Peshtigo; Cavoit; Fox; Cedar River; Arthur Bay; Pt. Rochereau; Whales Back; Shoals; Washington Isl.; Hedgehog Bay; Portedes Mortes; Plum Isl.; Pt. Rochereau; Devil's Door Bluff; Ingallston; Sister Isl.; Sister Bay; Hawleys Bay; Chambers Isl.; Green Isl.; North Bay; Egg harbor; Mud Bay; Bagleys Bay; St. Martins Isl.; Little Gull Isl.; Washington har.; Rock Isl.; Hog Isl.; Detroit Isl.; Gravel Isl.; Spider Isl.; Fox island; Manitou Lake; North Manitou Isl.; Crescent; South Manitou Isl.; South Manitou; North Fox Isl.; South Fox Isl.; Fishermans Isl.; Cat Head Bay; Norwood; New york Pt.; Cat Head Pt.; Northport Pt.; North Manitou Island; Northport; Northport Bay; Bellows Isl.; Gills Pier; Omena; Grand Traverse Bay; Leland; Manseau; New Mission Pt.; harbor Springs; Wequetonsing; page; Little Traverse Bay; Ayr; Alanson; oden; Conway; Fochtman; Kegomic; Belvedere; Charlevoix; Superior; Bayshore; Petoskey; Lamson; Susan Lake; Wabmemee; Bear L.; bayview; Epsilon; Inwood; Charlevoix; Cherrie; Ironton; Pine Lake; Boyne City; Walloon Lake; Bay Sprs.; Maltby; Atwood; Ellsworth; Essex; Dix; E. Sta.; Phelps; Advance; E. Jordan; Doyles; Cushman; Moore; project; Goo; Eastport; Torch Light Lake; Snowflake; Antrim; Intermediate; Central; Cameron; Echo; Wards; Finkton; Hitchcock; Mt. Bliss; W. Sta.; Chestonia; State Road; Jordan Riv.; Irma; Ball; Crooked Lake; Tornabee; Burts Lake; Court Lake; Cheboygan; Indian River; Indian pt.; Legrand; Afton; Wildwood; Rondo; Haakwood; hamby; pigeon Riv.; Milliken; Waveland; Tower; Clarion; L. Jc.; McMands; Springvale; Thumb L.; Sturgeon; Wolverine; Trowbridge; Easton; Waggoner; Von Platen; Thumb Lake; Boyne Fs.; Spring Water; Camp 10; Camp 2; Camp 3; Berryville; Vanderbilt; Cornwells; Gallelope; Head Quarters; Kentucky; Simons; Thelma; Camp; N. Elmira; Mosher; Elmira; Hallock; Otsego; Thelma Spur; Gaylord; Harold; Hamilton; Quick; Johannesb'g; Cheboygan or Black L.; Ocqueoc R; Black L.; Potters; Arva; Rainy R.; Presque Isle; Fowler V.; Ocqueoc; Allis P.O. or Conover; Onaway; Det. & mac.; Case; Greenfield; Millersburg; Hawks P.O. or La Rocque; Pike L.; Royston; N. Fk. Thunder Bay R.; Royston; Long L.; Jackson L.; Montmorency; Hetherton; hammond; 40 Mile Pt.; Moltke; Trout R.; Rogers; Calcite; Adams pt.; Big Cut; Bunton; Hagensville; Liske; Presque Isle; Presque Isle Bay; Lake Esau; May Lake Jc. Hurst; Metz; Rogers City Jc.; posen; Sobieski P.O. or Pelaski; Grand Lake; Godfrey; Long Rapids; Leer; Orchard Hill; Bolton; Long L.; Cathro; Brash L.; Selina; Hillman; Flanders; Dafoe P.O. or Amerson; Lachine; Paxton; Kerston; Hillman Jc. Presque Isle Bay; Lake Esau; False Presque isle; Middle Isl.; Fletcher Jc.; Alpena Jc.; Alpena; Lit Thunder Bay; Crooked Isl.; Gull Isl.; Sugar Isl.; Thunder Bay; Thunder Bay Is.; North Pt.; Peshtigo Pt.; peshtigo harbor; Oconto; Lit. Sturgeon Bay; Sturgeon Pt.; C. & N.W.; Brookside; Green Bay; Namur; Litle Tail Pt.; Kewaunee; Ann; Cave Pt.; White Fish Bay; White Fish Pt.; Sturgeon Bay; Ship Canal; Algoma; Pyramid pt.; Port Oneida; North Unity; Glen Arbor; Sleeping Bear pt.; Glenhaven; Grey Lake; Glenmere; Burdickville; Empire; E.E. & S.E.; E. Empire; Lake Jc.; Platte River Pt.; Empire Jc.; Platted; Stormer; Pt. aux Bees Scie; Platte; Achas; Honor; Crystal Lake; Benzie; Junc. st; Frankfort; Elberta; Bay Point; Vandemnr; Beulah; Herring Lake; Bemchiac; Homestead; Joyfield; Carters; A.A.; Weldon; Good Harbor Bay; Suttons Bay; Provomon; Carp Lake; Suttons Bay; Old Mission; Leelanau; Good Harbor; North Unity; Lime L.; Bodus; Elton; Shetland; Schomber; Leelanau; Mapleton; Keswick; Hog Isl.; bingham; Neahta; Nanta; Maple City; Cedar; M. & N.E.; Solon; Ruthardts; Isadore; Henforth; Fouch; Greilickville; Hatch Crg; West Arm; Traverse Cy.; Archie; East Arm; Oviatt; Hayes; State Road; L. Ann; Melva P.O. or Platte River; Allyn; Bendon; Cedarrun; Neal; Boardman; Long Lake; Grand Traverse; G.R.I.; Mitchell; East Minland; Kehoe; Clary; Filers Sw.; Interlochen; Pine Park; Green l.; Grawn; Boardman R; Munbnaw; Keystone; Slight; Mayfield; Wallin; Gerber; Nessen; karlin; Twin Mt.; Wexford; Monroe Cen. Hannah; Westminster; Summit City; Kingsley; Birch L.; Kewadin; Helena; Grass Lake; Bellaire; Wolcott; Green River; Elk Rapids; Elk l; Milton; Wells branch; Alden; Comfort; Blosser; Antrim; Mancelona; Mancelona Rd.; Wetzell; Yuba; P.M.; Angell; Round; Rapid City; Ricker; Leiphart; Wilkins Spur; Norfolk; Westwood; Wilkins; Omega; Leetsville; Lola; Acme; Bates; Williamsburg; Presey; Mabel; Mahan; Soules; Kalkaska; Sigma; Culver; Excelsior; Houseman; Boardman; McAfee; Rowley; Lodi; Crofton; Saunders; Spencer; Sands; N.E.; Neil; Manistee R.; Hodge; Holmes; Fiee lake; Springfield; Deiberts; Ivan; Naples; Sharon; Alba; L. harold; Otsego Lake; Sallin; M.C.; Trombleys; Johhnnesburg Jc.; Nugent; Crooked; Blue L.; Fayette; Crowley; Otsego Lake; N. Branch Au Sable river; Waters; Squaw L.; Darragh; Deward; Blue Lake; Frederic; M.C.; Hard Grove; Lovells; Judges; Hanson; Mich. Cen.; Alexander; Kneeland; bucks; Sigsbee; O'Neil; Manistee R; Angling; Riverview; Resort; Crawford; Grayling; Sharon; Halsted; Horrigan; Wellington; Pere Cheney P.O. or Cheney Sta.; S. Br. Au Sable river; Vienna Tyrus; Twin Lakes; Bigrock; Sherwood L.; Atlanta; Crooked L.; Chamberlin; M.C.; Vienna Jc.; Lewiston; Avery Lakes; Rust; Hunts Cr.; Bonard; Gilchrist Cr.; Dana; L. & S.E.; Au. &; Comins; Dew; Principal Meridian; Oscoda; Redoak; Wood; Fairview; Biggs; Kneeland; Mellen; Au Sable River; Eldorado; Luzerne; Mio; Mckinley; Coy; Flat Rock; Curtisville; Southbranch; Thunder River; Klem; Alpena; Spratt; Walburg; Devil L.; Turtle L.; Beaver L.; Ossineke; Hubbard Lake; Newton R.; Hubbard Lake; Spruce; McCollum; Hardy; Code; Curran; byers Camp; Beevers Camp; Russell; Nor Wn.; Bamfields; barton City; Killmaster; Lincoln; Five Channels; Glennie; Lott; Bryant; Five Channels; Spur; Mikado; Beebe Spur; Pardridge Pt.; Det. & Mac.; Scarecrow Isl.; South pt.; Roe Lake; Black R.; Black River Isl.; Blackriver; Hawes; Alcona; Sturgeon Point; Sturgeion Pt.; Gustin; Harrisville; Handy; Greenbush; Cedar Lake; Kewaunee; Twin R.; E. Twin R.; Rawleys Pt.; C. & N.W.; Twin Rives; Manitowoc; Manitowoc R.; Big Pt. Sable; Hamlin Lake; Pleasanton; Arcadia; Sorenson; Malcolm; Bear L.; Butwell; Saile; Glovers L.; Humphrey; Springdale; Henry; Thompson V.; Pierpport; Onekama; Portage L.; Onekama Jc.; Bear Lake; Tanner; Chief; Kaleva; arendal; Polock Hill; M.N. & N.E.; Newland; Manistee; Norwalk; Manistee R.; Brethren; Manistee; Oakhill; Oak park; Filer; Cy.; East Lake; Stronach; P.M. & G.R.; Lit. Manistee R.; Little Riv.; Hoppers Jc.; Clement; Siddons; Marsh; Sable r.; Freesoil; Hoags; Tomlins; Elmton; Big Sable L.; Poulsen; Mason; Sugar Grove; Fountain; Bachelor; Millerton; Sauble; Wolf Lake; Pomona; Harlan; Lemon L.; Cleon; Bagnall; Buckley; Sherman; Beech Siding; Mystic; Baxter; Copemish; R.C. Jc.; Kaleva; Miners Rollway; Marilla; Wexford; Yuma; A.A.; Glengarry; Mesick; Soper; Bonds Mill; Brethren; Highbridge; Harriette; Boon; Bunnea P.O. or Soberoville; L. Mitchell; Bonds Mill; Missaukee Jc.; Wellston; Dublin; Florence; Eleanor; Rosenburgs; Axin; L. Cadillac; Benson; M.P.; Irons; Peters; Thorp; Hoxeyville; Olga; Bristol; Riverbank; Edgetts; Collins; Peacock; Luther; States; South Allen; hayes; Osceola; Walton; Haskins; Haire; Pioneer; Arlene; butcher; Stittsville; Manton; Gilbert; Missaukee; Missaukee L.; Lake City; Missaukee; Jennings; G.R.; Round Lake; Cadillac; Section; Cranmer; Veneer Jc.; Ardis Jc.; Veneer; Koopman; Mynning; Dinca; Ardis; Hobart; Elton; Lucas; Ann Arb.; McBain; Clam r.; Prosper; Falmouth; Vogel Cen.; Forward; Osceola; Tustin; Anderson; Ina; Parklake; Marion; Crocker; Dighton; Winterfield; Grandon; Rose L.; Roselake; Leroy; Surprise L.; Hartwick; Pennock; Stratford; Moorestown; Higgins lake; Lyon Manor; Roscommon; Moore; Star City; Haymarsh; Michelson; Reedsburg; Houghton Lake; markey; Geels; St. Helen; Butterfield; Cummer; Merritt; Nellsville; Roscommon; Loxley; Kirkland; Moddereville; Dolph Leota; Second Correcton Line; Butman; Skeels; Hockaday; Temple; Clarence; Harrison; Gladwin; Lit. Sugar R.; Keno; Rose city; Goodar; Lupton; Tierney; Beaver Lake; Selkirk; Canfield; Sage; West Branch; Ogemaw; Campbells; Cors.; Nester; Hardwood Lake; Edward; Mich. Cen.; Hauftman; Loranger; Greenwood; Prescott; Oberlin; Bowmanville; Alger; Arenac; mapleridge; Rifle R.; Sugar Rapids; Secord; Moores Jc.; Quinn; Dunham; Sterling; Maltby; Smith Jc.; Doan; Sages L.; Ellake; Long Lake; Hale; Iosco; Wilber; Taft; Siloam P.O. or Coopers Cros.; Mills; Whittemore; Emery Jc.; East Tawas; T.B. Jc.; Vine; D. & M.; Turtle; Au Gres R.; McIvor; E. Br. Au Gres R.; Alabaster Jc.; Marks; Alabaster; Melita; Turner; Twining; Santiago; White Stone Pt.; Omer; Arenac; Duck L.; Umstead; Souveigny; Augres; Sand Pt.; Van Etten Lake; Lincoln Jc.; Oscoda; Ausable; Au Sable Pt.; Ottawa L.; Kunze Siding; Tawas Beach; Tawas pt.; Tawas Bay; Tawas City; Port austin; Flat Rock Pt.; North Charity Isl.; S. Charity Isl.; Hat Pt.; Pte. Aux Barques; Pointeaux Barques; Burnt Cabin Pt.; Grind Stone City; Eagle Bay; Huron; Sheboygan Falls; Mosel; Sheboygan R.; C. & N.W.; Sheboygan; Onion R.; Adell; Oostburg; Cedar Grove; Lit. Sable L.; Lincoln; Ludington; Buttersville; Wesley; Bass Lake; Bass L.; Squireville; Pentwater; Pentwater L.; Smiths Corner; Au Sable Lake; Mears; Little Pt. Sable; Peachridge; Oceana; Hoffman; Benona; Claybanks; Lit. Sable R.; Scottville; Amber; Conrad; P.M.; custer; Weldon Cr.; Walhalla; Pere Marquette R.; Pere Marquette Lake; S Br. Pere Marquette R.; Tallman; Branch; Riverton; Bow L.; Mas. & Oce.; Wiley; Fern; Carrs; Baldwin; Marlborough; crystal Val; Weare; Peachville; Allencreek; Kirk; Hart; Pentwater R.; Tigris; Walker V.; Elbridge; Cobmoosa; Volney; klondike; Shaw; Beaver Cr; Stony L.; Shelby; Ferry; New Era; Campbell L.; Hesperia; Wagar; Gale; Newaygo; Aetna; Holstein; cranston Published by Geo. F. Cram, Chicago, Ill.; George F. Cram, Engraver & Publisher, Chicago, Ill.; Forty miles Northwest of main part of County.
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Page  190 190 The Growth of Our Country Populations of all Places of 3,000 and over for the Census Years of 19O-an and Their Elevations above Sea Level. - Population-- "LIrORNIA DELAWARE Highland Pk. 691 2,806 4,209 Shelyville. 768 7,169 State 1900 1910 Hillsboro.. 583 1,937 3,424 South Bend. 712 35,999 Continental Place Altitude '1900 1910 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Hoopestown 715 3,823 4,698 Sullivan...523 3,118 United States.75,994,575 91,972,266 Alameda... 12 16,464 23,383 Dover..... 40 3,329 3,720 Jacksonville 600 15,078 15,326 Tell....... 337 2,680 Alabama..... 1,828,697 2,138,093 Alhambra.. 456 5,021 New Castle. 19 3,380 3,351 Jerseyville.... 3,517 4,113 Terre Haute 485 36,673 Arizona...... 122,931 204,354 Bakersfield. 420 4,836 12,727 Wilmington. 78 76,508 87,411 Johnston.. 409 787 3,248 Tipton.... 860 3,764 Arkansas.... 1,311,564 1,574,449 Berkeley.. 183 13,214 40,434 Joliet..... 534 29,353 34,670 Union..... 814 2,716 California.... 1,485,053 2,377,549 Chico...... 189 2,640 3,750 DISTRICT Or COLU1XEIA Kankakee.. 652 13,595 13,986 Valparaiso. 798 6,280 Colorado..... 539,700 799,024 Coalinga... 662..... 4,199 " Kewanee... 854 8,382 9,307 Vincennes. 431 10,249 Connecticut.. 908,420 1,114,756 Colton..... 978 3,980 Place Altitude 1900 1910 LaGrange.. 643 3,969 5,282 Wabash... 710 8,618 Delaware.... 184,735 20.2,322 Corona..... 602 L,434 3,540 Washington 91 218,196 331,069 Lake Forest 704 2,215 3,349 Warsaw... 824 3,987 Dist. of Colmba 278,718 331,069 Lureka..... 28 7,3.27 11,845 Lasalle.... 517 10,446 11,537 Washington. 484 8,551 Florida...... 528,542 75.2,619 Fresno.... 287 12,470 24,892 rLORIDA. Lawrencevle 405 1,300 3,235 V.Lafayette.. 2,302 Georgia...... 2,216,331 2,609,121 Grass Val..2500 4,719 4,520 Lincoln.... 587 8,962 10,892 W.Ter.Haute.. 651 Idaho........ 161,772 325,594 Hanfor6.... 248 2,929 4,829 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Litchfield.. 687 5,918 5,971 Whiting... 587 3,983 Illinois....... 4,821,550 5,638,591 Long Beach 47 2,252 17,809 Apalachicola... 3,077 3,065 Macomb... 709 5,375 5,774 Winchester. 985 3,705 Indiana...... 2,516,462 2,700,876 Los Angeles 338 102,470 319,198 Daytona...... 1,690 3,082 Madison.... 421 1,979 5,046 Iowa......... 2,231,853 2,224,771 Marysville 67 3,497 5,430 Fernandina.. 10 3,245 3,482 Marion.. 433 2,510 7,093 IOWA Kansas...... 1,470,495 1,6901949 Merced,.. 167 1,969 a,102 Gainesville.. 179 3,633 6,183 Marseilles.. 494 2,559 3,291 Kentucky.... 2,147,174 2,289,905 Modesta... 86 2,024 4,034 Jacksonville. 43 28,429 57,699 Mattoon... 735 9,622 11,456 Place Altitude 1900 Louisiana.... 1,381,625 1,656,388 Monrovia.. 513. 1,205 3,576 Key West.. 22 17,114 19,945 Maywood.. 628 4,532 8,033 Albia...... 959 2,89 Maine....... 694,466 742,311 Monterey.. 10 1,748 4,923 Lake City.. 201 4,013 5,032 Melrose Pk. 630 2,592 4,806 Ames.... 922 2,422 Maryland.... 1,188,044 1,295,343 Napa...... 21 4,036 5,791 Lakeland.. 206 1,180 3,719 Mendota... 750 3,736 3,806 Atlantic..1164 5,046 Massachusetts 2,805,346 3,366,413 Oakland... 36 66,960 1.50,174 Live Oak... 103 1,659 3,450 Metropolis. 339 4,069 4,655 Belle Plain. 828 3,283 Michigan..... 2,420,982 2,810,173 Ocean Park. 21..... 3,119 Miami..... 15 1,681 5,471 Moline..... 573 17,248 24,199 Boone.... 1112 8,880 Minnesota.... 1,751,394 2,075,708 Ontario.... 986 722 4,274 Ocala...... 99 3,380 4,370 Monmouth. 771 7,460 9,128 Burlington.. 435 23,201 Mississippi... 1,551,270 1,797,114 Oroville.... 205 3,859 Orlando... 98 2,481 3,894 Morgan Pk. 627 2,329 3,694 Carroll....1266 2,882 Missouri..... 3,106,665 3,293,335 Palo Alto... 63 1,658 4,486 Palatka... 28 3,301 3,779 Morris..... 522 4,273 4,563 Cedar Falls 854 5,319 Montana..... 243,329 376,053 Pasadena.. 829 9,117 30,291 Pensacola. 12 17,747 22,982 Mt. Carmel. 390 4,311 6,934 Ced. Rapids 733 25,656 Nebraska.... 1,066,300 1,192,214 i'etaluma.o 10 3,871 5,880 Quincy..... 260 847 3,204 Mt. Olive... 677 2,935 3,501 Centerville.1013 5,256 Nevada...... 42,335 81,875 Pomona... 861 5,526 10,207 St. Aug'tine 7 4,272 5,494 Mt. Vernon. 458 5,216 8,007 Chariton..1042 3,989 N. Hampshire. 411,588 430,572 Red Bluff.. 304 2,750 3.530 St. Petersb'g 20 1,575 4,127 Murphysboro 417 6,463 7,485 Charles....1005 4,227 New Jersey... 1,883,669 2,537,167 Redding... 559 2,946 3,572 Sanford... 20 1,450 3,570 Naperville. 717 2,629 3,449 Cherokee..1201 3,865 New Mexico... 195,310 327,301 Redlands..1335 4,797 10,449 Tallahassee. 183 2,981 5,018 Normal.... 790 3,795 4,024 Clarinda..1009 3,276 New York.... 7,268,894 9,113,614 Richmond. 10 6,802 Tampa.... 34 15,839 37,782 No. Chicago..... 1,150 3,306 Clinton.... 593 22,698 North Caiolina 1,893,810 2,206,287 Riverside.. 851 7,973 15,212 West Tampa... 2,355 8,258 Oak Park... 630 0..... 19,444 Coun. Bluffs 990 25,802 North Dakota. 319,146 577,056 Sacramento. 30 29,282 44,696 Olney..... 482 4,260 5,011 Creston... 312 7,' 52 Ohio......... 4,157,545 4,767,121 Salinas.... 44 3,304 3,736 GEORGIA Ottawa.... 484 10,588 9,535 Davenport. 529 35.25 Oklahoma.... 790,391 1,657,155 San Ber'dino1054 0,150 12,779 Pana....... 694 5,530 6,055 Decorah... 875 3,246 Oregon...... 413,536 672,765 San Diego.. 42 17,700 39,578 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Paris 698 6,105 7,664 Denison...1176 2,771 Pennsylvania. 6,302,115 7,665,111 San Fr'isco. 155 342,782 416,912 Albany..... 184 4,606 8,190 Pekin...... 495 8,420 9,897 Des DIoines. 861 62,139 Rhode Island.. 428,556 542,610 Jan Jose... 98 21,500 28,946 Americus.. 360 7,674 8,063 Peoria..... 464 56,100 66,950 Dubuque.. 698 36,297 South Carolina 1,340,316 1,515,400 San Leandro 45 2,253 3,471 Athens..... 694 10,245 14,913 Peru....... 470 6,863 7,984 Eagle Grove.ll2 3,557 South Dakota. 401,570 583,888 San Luis Ob. 201 3,021 5,157 Atlanta.... 1032 89.872 154,8ý9 Pontiac.... 648 4,266 6,090 Estherville.1298 3,237 Tennessee.... 2,020,616 2,184,789 San Mateo.. 22 1,832 4,384 Augusta... 100 39,441 41,040 Portland...... 3,194 Fairfield... 780 4,69 Texas........ 3,048,710 3,896,542 San Rafael. 42 3,879 5,934 Bainbridge. 110 2,641 4,217 Princeton.. 700 4,023 4,131 Ft. Dodge.1011 12,162 Utah......... 276,749 373,351 Santa Ana.. 137 4,933 8,429 Barnesville. 859 3,036 3,086 Quincy'.. 360 36,252 36,587" Ft. Madison 522 9,27 Vermont..... 343,641 355,956 Santa B'bara 100 6,587 11,659 Brunswick 11 9,081 10,182 o Robinson.. 500 1,683 3,863 Glenwood.. 957 3,040 Virginia..... 1,854,184 2,061,612 Santa Clara 83 3,650 4,348 Carrollton.. 1,998 3,297 Rock Island 540 19,493 24,335 Grinnell...1023 3,860 Washington.. 518,103 1,141,990 Santa Cruz. 18 5,659 11,146 Cartersville 733 3,135 4,067 Rockford.. 716 31,051 45,40I Independ'ce. 921 3,65 West Virginia. 958,800 1,221,119 SantaMonica 79 3,057 7,847 Cedartown. 817 2,823 3,551 St. Charles.. 689 2,675 4,046 Indianola.. 969 3,2Ci Wisconsin.... 2,069,042 2,333,860 Santa Rosa. 165 6,673?,817 Columbus.. 260 17,614 20,554 Savanna... 592 3,325 3,691 Iowa City.. 685 7,9S7 Wyoming.... 92,531 145,965 $9. Pasadena 666 1,001 4,649 Cordele.... 336 3,473 5,883 Shelbyville.. 627 3,546 3,590 Keokuk.... 482 14,341 UnitedSes Possessions Stockton 17 17,506 23,253 Cuthbert... 446 2,641 3,210 Sparta..... 524 2,941Kn e. 1 lf~ie SatsPoseson Vallejo.... 87 7,965 11,340 D:alton..... 774 4,315 5,324 Spr~g Valley 512 6,214 7,3 ear,.12 414 1900 1910 Visalia.... 348 3,085 4,550 Dawson.... 352 2,926 3,827 Springfield, 598 34,159 8 auoketa. 6 Al,aska....... 63,592 64,356 WVatsonville. 23 3,528 4,446 Douglas.. 275 617 3,550.Sano..62 2,-86,08 Nain..84 4,2.xuam.Marianas........ a 11,378 Whittier. 246 1,590 4,550 Dublin...... 2,987 5,795 Sterling.. 648 6,309 747 Wasal'.80 1,4 Rawaii...... 191,901 191,909 Woodland 5. 5 886 3,187 East Point..1046 1,315 3,682 Streator 626 14,079 14, Wa.10 Philippine Isl.......... b7,635,426 Elberton.... 710 3,834 6,483 Sycamore.. 850 3,653 3,926 ho. Valley.1008 4,010 Porto Rico.... 1,118,012 1,118,012 Fitzgerald.. 275 1,817 5,795 t. Pleasant 729 4,109 Samoan Isl...... c 6,668 COLO0RAD}O- Taylorville. 623 4,248 5,4 Mil..andna.v..l.5...6.8.5. 08Gainesville.1254 4,382 5,925 Urbana.... 725 5,728 8,245 Muscatine. 551 14,073 Mil. and naval 55,608 55,608 Altitude190Griffin..... 975 6,857,48 Venice..... 416 2,450 tn 0 1910 -awkinsville 235 2,103 3,420 irden.67 40 Oe 0 9,083,3517 Alamosa...7536 1,141 3,013 LaG- range. 729 4,274 5,587 W~aukegan. '587 9'426 1,6 saos 4,1 Total population (inclu- Boulder.... 5350 6,150 9,539 Macon 8.. 11 23,272 40,665 W. Ham'ond... 2'935 4,4 Otuw..69 1,9 sive of Alaska, Guam, Canon City..6330 3,775 5,162 arietta...,118 4,446 5,949 Wheaton... 345, e Hawaii, Philippine Is- Colo. City...6077 2,914 4,333 Milledgeville 264 4,21.9 4,385 Wilmette. 614 2,300. 493 Pry... 6,8 "lands, Porto Rico and Colo. Sprgs.6072 21,085 29,078 Monroe....... 1,846 3,029 innetka 639 1,833 Samoan Islands)..... 101,055,723 Cripple Crk.9591' 10,147 6,206 Moultrf.... 2,221 3,349 Woodstock...- 2,5G2 4,3 Shndo.97 357 STDenver..... 5279 133,859 213,38-1 N\ewman... 6i7 3,654 5,548 Zion City. 9384,9 SiuCty.35 311 i Census,.une 30, 1909. Durango -..6551 3,317 4,686 Quitman... 80 2,281. 3,915.....Spne..39 3,5 'J Census, 1903. Fort Coll' ns.4984 3,053 8,210 R~ome...... 612 7,291 12,099 XINDAIANAno.. 1,9 c Estim.ated. Grand Jeno.4573 3,503 7,754 Savannah.. 21 54,244 65,064 ahnt.76 4,5 Greeley.... 4664 3,023 8,179 Summerville 780 3,945 4,361 Place Altitude 1900 1910 aterloo.. 856 12,580 ILLABANIA La Junta...4052 2,513 4,154 Thomasville 250 5,322 6,7.7 Alexandriar. 855 7,221 5,096 Waverly.. 948 3,177 P a A t t d 9 1 1 L e a d i l l.. 1 0 8 1, 5 7, 0 o c o a d..... 1 0 4 5, 7 3, 2 A n d e r s o n.. 8 4 2 0, 7 2 2 7 W e b s t e r... 1 0 4 7 4, 6 1 3 klabama Cy.... 2,7,1 Loeand..48,9,5 ahintn.. 3300,6 kubun'... 62 3,96 3,1 Bessemer.. 515 6,358 10,864 Pueblo...4690 28,157 44,395 "" "....9 ",1,1 Place Altitude 1900 Birmingham. 606 38,415 132,685 Rocky Ford.4176 2,018 3,230 IDA Hf]O edford... 6974 6,115 8,716 bie e..1 5 357 Seau...59,1,2 Sld.......08 372,2 Bluffton..827 4,479 4,987 Arkansas..1075 6,140 Dothan.... 355 3,275 7,016 Sterling.... 3932 998 3,044 lalace Altitude i900 1910 Boonville..395 2,849 3,934 Atchison.. 760 15,722 Eufaula... 200 4,532 4,259:Trinidad...5985 5,345 10.204 Boise City..2739 5,957 17,358 Brazil...637 7,786 9,340 Beloit..... 1378 2,359 Florence... 506 6,478 6,689 ~ictor..... 9771 4,986 3,162 Caldwell..2367 997 3,543 Clinton 490 2,918 6,229 Caney.. 737 887 Giardse..... 6263,4 4,282 14,5 Coeurd'Alene 2152 508 7,291 Columbia. 832 2,975 3,448 Chanute... 940 4,208 Grenvll. 42,6,37 (O 'EC1 Ideaho sFalls469,62 4,2 Coumb~usH..62, 8,8,3 erryveale. 83,47 a net.... 64 299,820 Place Altitude 1900 1910 ampc 248 2 79 4.0 Decatu 798le 4,4,41 Columbus 89 23 M ob i e 5 7 3 8 4 9 5, 2 n onlia. 3 1 1 2 6 1 1, 5....... P o c a te llo. 4 4 8 2 4,0 4 6 9,1 1 0 D u n k ir k. 9 4 6 3,1 8 7 3,0 3 1 Co n c o r d ia 1 9, 0 Ne c tur 57,3,1 r nford..192 6 07 5,0 6 T w n Fa lsj....... 5,2 8 E. Ch cag... 3,1,9 D od ea... 48,4 9,500 53,684 4,11E 3,36S 58,157 4,075 3,209 6,987 1 4,895 8,687 4,430 7,854 3,867 3,083 6,587 4,266 lI0 4,96a 4,-22 4,560 3,121 10,347 24,324 3,546 5,012 32,811 6,936 3,794 5,892 4,884 3,839 25,577 29,292 6,921 43,02 3,592 3 13: 86,386 38,494 3,387 3,404 4,970 15,543 8,900 4,052 5,036 3,517 3,283 10,091 14,008 3,190 4,157 3,570 4,400 13,374 11,230 3,187 3,874 16,17R 4,616 6,028 9,466 22,012 3,021 4,630 4,830 4,976 47,828 3,005 3,336 4,386 3,205 26,693 30802 r Phoenix...... 4,163 4,555 B ristol.... 332 6,268 9,527 E d0EZ,00: 7 69,6 o rt Sc tt 0 1 0, Selma.... 147 8,713 13,69 Danbury 371 16,537 2,23a ve 8,0 "Sheffield... 481 3,333 4865 Danielson 226..... 5,335 Fort Wayne 780 45,115, on r alladega.. 553 5,056 5,8-54 Derby.....16 7930 8,991 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Frankfort. 859 7,100.,633 Foten.... 1,805 Troy...... 581 4,097 4,961 East Hartf'd 39. 3,000 Alton...... 429 14,210 17,528 Franklin. 735 4,005 4,502 Galena... 976 1,15 Tuscaloosa 230 5,095 8,407 East Norw'k 42..... 3,500 Aurora.... 676 24,147 29,807 Garrett... 884 3,910 4,49 Garden.... 282 1,590 Tuscumbia. 466 2,348 3,324 Forestville 2. 12 3,207 Batavia.... 719 3,871 4,436 Gary........!.... 16,02 Giceate. 18 2,470 Unions pgs. 216 21631 4,055 Greenwich o 28 12,420 5,072 Beardstown. 449 4,827 6.107 Gas.......... 3,622 3,224 I-Ier ito.1 2 1,607 Groton.... 47 5,962.5,326 Belleville.. 477 17,484 21,122 Goshen... 781. 796 7,8 10,514 Hortn... 88 3,8 ARIZON A Hamden........ 4,662 Belvidere.. 783 6,937 7,253 Greencastle.7 767 3,661 3,790 Hu thino.529,379 lloar *9 tfor. 38 9,50 98,915 B ]erwyn'.............. 5,841 Greenfield. 993 4,489 4,448 I dP e nd'ce. 8 4,851 Hritfchrde..956.,... 3,300 Bloomington 781 23,765,68 2,768 Greensburg. 941 5,034 5,42 Ia..... 9,791 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Litchfester.911 3,300 Blue. Island. 606 6,114. 8,043 Hammond. 597 12,376 2095 un.it.07 4,5 Sisbee...5300...... 9,019 Maneridenr.. 1501"729 32,6265 Cairo...... 279 12,566 14,548 Hartf ord.. 888 5,2 617 assCt70 5,4 -Clifton....3440...... 4,874 }ideon 0 959 1,5 Canton... 659 6,564 10,453 -utnton. 741 9,491 1022 awee..89 0,6 Douglas...3955... 6,437 Milford.. 64... 3,683 Carbondale.. 412 3,318 5,411 Indianapolis 720 169,164 2360 Laewt.75 2,3 t7be.... 309 1,95 7,083 ytc.. 9... 3,0 Carlinville. 627 3,502 3,616 Jasonville.. 628 325 Wchro.18,9 N.,ogal es.... 3857 1,761 39514 Naugatuck. 194 10,541 8'041 Centralia*... 490 6,721 9,680 Jeff erg'ville. 445 10,774 1,1 ahta 11,3 Phoenix....1082 5,544 11,134 Ne Britain 199 25,998 43,916 Champaign.. 738 9,098 12,4,21 Kendallville 979 3,354 4,981 Newton.. 1440 6,208 Prescott...5320 3,559 5,092 New Haven. 107 108,027 133,605 Charleston. 720 5,488 5,884 Kokomo... 818 10,609 17,010 Olathe.....1036 3,451 Tucson.... 2389 7,531 13,193 New London 45 17,548 19,659 Chicago.... 580 1,698,575 2,185,283 Lafayette.. 586 18,116 20,081 Osawatomi. 853 4,]91 New Milford 233 5,000 Chco, I-Ights. 684 5,100 14.525 Laporte... 812 7.113 10,525 Ottawa... 975 6,934 ARKANSAS Newtown 396..... 3,276 Cicero.............. 14,557 Lawrenceb'g 483 4,326 3,930 Paola.... 865 3,144 Norwalk 39 6,125 6,954 Clinton.... 737 4,452 5,165 Lebanon... 924 4,465 5,474 Parsons,.. 896 7,682 Place Altitude 1900 19~0o Norwich... 33 17,251 20,367 Collinsville.. 448 4,021 7,478 Linton..... 522 3,071,0 itbrg.92 1,1 Argenta.... 255... 11,138 Portland... 90 3,856 3,586 Danville... 604 16,354 27,871 Logansport. 594 16,204 1,5 rt...18,1 1atesville.272 2,327 3,399 Putnam...287 6,667 6,637 Decatur....678 20,754 31,140 \Madison.450 7,835 6,934 Rosedale,792 3,270 Blytheville 302 3,849 Rockville 407 7,287 7,977 Dekalb..... 886 5,904 8,102 Marion. 810 17,337 19,359 Salina.-..1227 6,074 Cq den... 159 2,840 3,995 Seymour 100..... 3,550 Dixon...... 725 7,917 7,216 Martinsville 599 4,038 4,529 Topeka.... 998 33,608 F-1dorado... 260 1,069 4,202 Shelton....... 4,807 4,572 Duouoin... 458 4,353 5,454 Mich. City.. 600 14,850 19,027 Wellingtnn.122! 4,245 EurtkaSpgs.1462 3,572 3,228 Southington. 149 3,411 3,714 E. St. Louis. 415 29,655 58,547 Mishawaka.. 726 5,560 11,886 Wichita...135g 24,671 Fayetteville.1334 4,061 4,471 So. M'ch'ster......o.. 6,000 Edwardsville 433 4,157 5,014 Mitchell... 676 1,772 3,438 Winfield o..1124 5,554 Port Smith. 448 11,587 23,975 So. Norwalk 42 6,591 8,968 Eldorado... 385 1,445 3,366 Mt. Vernon. 410 5,132,5 [ielcna.... 182 5,550 8,772 Stamford. 34 15,97 25,138 Elgin..... 715 22,433 25,976 Muncie o. 944 20,9420 24,0050i:.I CY [-lope...... 355 1,644 3,639 Stratford 21 3,657 3,000 Evanston. 601 19,259 24,978 New Albany 429 20,68 [lot Springs 700 9,973 14:434 Taftville -........ 4,300 F o--rest Park.... 4,085 6,594 N ew Castle. 997 3,406 9,4 a e A t t de 90 Jonesboro.. 345 4,508 7,123 Thomaston. 378,.. 3,300 Freepor&.. 767 13,258 17,567 Noblesville. 772 4,792 5,7 Asln..57 6,0 rittl,ý nock, 2j-59 38,307 451-941 T'msonville. 86... 4,000 Galena..... 601 5,005 4,835 Peru...... 638 8,463 109) elve.88 6,2 I[arianna.. 236 1,707 4,810 Torrington. 593 8,3*6*0 15,483 Galesburg..o 788 18,607 22,089 Plymouth. 790 3,656 38 B'igGn 6,2 Y-ena.......1.145 3,423 3,953 Wallingf or/; 76 6,737 8,690 Geneseo o.. 643 3,356 3,199 Portland... 909 4,798 510 Ctetbr 4,8 Newport... 226 2,966 3,557 Waterbury 300 45,859 73,141 Granite.. 429 3.122 9,903 Princeton. 461 6.041,4 oigon.53 4,3 Paragould. 276 3,324 5,249 Watertown~ 484 3,100 Greenville..685 2.504 3,178 Richmond. 963 18,226 2,2 ytin 2,5 Pine Bluff.. 215 11, 4 ý'L3 15,102 W;est Haven 64 5,4 8,543 H~arrisburg.. 368 2,202 5,309 Roch'ester. 780 3,421. 334 Dnil. 8,8 rexarkana. 304 4,914 5,655 Willimantic. 247 8,937 11,230 H-arvard....- 2,602 3,008 Rushville. 958 4,541 4,2 atn..54 6,0 "Ta-n Buren.. 406 91,575 3, 871!8 Winsted. ý, 724 6,804 7,754 Herrin... 20 1,559 9,91 Seymour.,..60 6,445 635 Eriga 7,1 10,462 3,040 3,396 6,096 3,171 4,622 '7-3 3. 6:0 3,1')710 10,480 9.032 5,598 82,331 12,374 19,363 3.546 5-722 7. 86 J 3,2 7 4.044 7,650 3,207 12,463 14,755 3,309 5.960 9,688 43,684 7,034 52,450 6,700 1910 8,688 6,682 9,17S 3,52 C 53,270 3,6 0 ý 5,420 6,97C 3,93b.

Page  191 191 THE GROWTH OF OUR COUNTRY. Fransfort 560 ~487 10,465 Framing'am 199 11,302 12,948 Norway.... 946 4,170 4,974 Miles City..2357 1,938 4,697 Franklin.. 691 2,166 3,063 Franklin -.. 301 5,017 5,641 Owosso.... 137 8,696 9,639 Missoula...3208 4,366 12,869 Georgetown. 877 ~ 3,823 4,533 Gardner...1030 10,813 14,699 Petoskey.. 662, 5,285 4,778 Red Lodge..5537 2,152 4,860 Harrodsb'g. 829 2,876 3,147 Gloucester. 52 26,121 24,398 Pontiac.... 938 9,7G9 14,532 Henderson. 382 10,272 11,452 Grafton...... 4,869 5,705 Pt. Huron.. 599 19,158 18,863 NEBRASKA Hopkinsville 521 7,280 9,419 Gt.Bar'ngt'n 726 5,854 5,926 Red Jacket... 4,668 4,211 Lebanon... 779 3,043 3,077 Greenfield. 204 ',927 10,427 River Rouge... 1,748 4,163 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Lexington. 989 26,369 35,099 Hardwick. 40 3,203 3,524 Sag-inaw... 590 42,345 50,5.10 Alliance...3968 2,535 3,105 Louisville. 525 204,731 223,928 Haverhill. 35 37,175 44,115 St. Johns... 766 3,388 3,154 Beatrice...1235 7,875 9,356 Ludlow... 532 3,334 4,163 Hingham. 21 5,059 4,965 St. Joseph.. 591 5,155 5,936 Benson....... 510 3,170 Madisonville 513 3,628 4,966 Holyoke... 954 45,712 57,730 S. St. Marie 614 10,538 12,615 Columbus..1442 3,522 5,014 Mayfield...... 4,081 5,916 Hudson.... 235 5,454 6,743 So. Haven.. 582 4,009 3,577 Fpirbury...1316 3,140 5,294 Maysville. 448 6,423 6,141 Hyde Park. 59 13,244 15,507 Sturg;.'.... 918 2,465 3,635 Falls...... 903 3,022 3,255 Middlesboro.1008 4,162 7,305 Ipswich... 26 4,658 5,777 Three -Riv.. 790 3,550 5,072 Fremont...1203 7,241 8,718 Mt. Sterling 930 3,561 3,93- Lawrence.. 51 62,559 85,892 Traverse.. 589 9,407 12,115 Grand Islnd.1860 7,554 10,326 Newport... 508 28,301 30,309 Lee.......... 3,596 4,106 Wyandotte 540 5,183 8,287 Hastings...1932 7,188 9,338 Owensboro. 479 13,189 16,011 Leicester.. 960 3,416 3,237 Ypsilanti.. 713 7,378 6,23u Holdrege...2324 3,007 30 Paducah... 341 19,446 22,760 Lenox.... 974 2,942 3,060 Kearney...2146 5,634 6,202 Paris...... 847 4,603 5,859 Leominster. 404 12,392 17,580 MINNESOTA Lincoln....1189 40,169 43,973 Princeton.. 455 2,556 3,015 Lexington. 201 3,831 4,918 McCook...2506 2,445 3,765 Richmond. 926 4,653 5,340 Lowell.... 100 94,969 106,294 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Nebraska Cy. 941 7,380 5,488 Russellville. 534 2,591 3,111 Ludlow... 239 3,536 4,948 Albert Lea.. 1229 4,500 6,192 Norfolk.1532 3,883 6,025 Shelbyville. 690 3,016 3,412 Lynn..... 26 68,513 89,336 Alexandria.1391 2,681 3,001 No. Platte..2821 3,640 4,793 Somerset.. 860 3,384 4,491 Malden.... 34 33,664 44,404 Anoka..... 879 3,769 3,972 Omaha....1123 102,555 124,096 Winchester. 969 5,964 7,158 Mansfield.. 169 4,006 5,183 Austin.....1195 5,474 6,960 Plattsmouth 979 4,946 4,287 Marblehead. 32 7,582 7,338 Bemidji....1343 2,183 5,099 So. Omaha..1107 26,001 26,259 LOUISIANA Marlbo'ugh. 375 13,609 14,579 Brainerd...1210 7,524 8,526 Univ. Place.... 1,130 3,200 Maynard. 176 3,142 6,390 Chf'holm..1508...... 7,684 York...... 1642 5,132 6,235 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Medfield.. 188 2,926 3,466 Cloquet.... 1189 3,072 7,031 Alexandria. 77 5,648 11,213 Medford.. 13 18,244 23,150 Crookstcn.. 863 5,359 7,559 NEVADA. Baton Rouge 19 11,269 14,897 Melrose... 59 12,962 15,715 Duluth.... 602 52,969 78,466 Crowley... 21 4,214 5,099 Methuen... 105 7,512 11,448 Ely......... 1417 3,717 3,572 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Don'sonville- 33 4,105 4,090 Middlebo'gh. 110 6,885 8,214 Eveleth.... 1574 2,752 7,036 Reno...... 4484 4,500 10,867 Franklin.. 10 2,692 3,857 Milford... 266 11,376 13,055 Faribault..1003 7,868 9,001 Houma.... 14 3,212 5,024 Millbury... 407 4,460 4,740 Fergus Fls..1210 6,072 6,887 NEW H3SAMPSHrIRE., Jennings.. 28 1,539 3,925 Milton.... 24 6,578 7,924 Hartings... 706 3,811 3,983 Kentwood. 200 1,313 3,609 Monson.... 420 3,402 4,758 Hibbing...1537 2,481 8,832 Place Altitude 1900 1910 LaFayette. 22 3,314 6,392 Montague.. 228 6,150 6,866 Lake...... 658 2,744 3,142 Berlin City. 1013 8,886 11,780 Lk,. Charles 22 6,680 11,449 Natick.... 170 9,488 9,866 Little Falls.1114 5,774 6,078 Claremont. 514 6,498 7,529 Minden.... 181 1,56.1 3,002 Needham.. 169 4,016 5,026 Mankato... 785 10,599 10,365 Concord... 244 19,632 21,497 Monroe.... 82 5,428 10,209 NewBedford 88 62,442 96,652 Minneapolis. 782 202,718 301,408 Conway... 466 3,154 3,413 Morgan... 6 2,332 5,477 Newbu'yport 39 14,478 14,949 Montevideo, 900 2,146.3,056 Derry..... 278 3,583 5,123 New Iberia. 15 6,815 7,499 Newton.... 33 33,587 39,806 Moorhead.. 935 3,730 4,840 Dover..... 77 13,207 13,247 New Orleans 5 287,104 339,075 NorthAdams 406 24,200 22,019 New Ulm... 791 5,403 5,648 Exeter.... 58 4,922 4,897 Opelousas. 59 2,951 4,623 N. Andover. 53 4,243 5,529 Northfield.. 915 3,2-10 3,265 Franklin... 354 5,846 6,132 Plaquemine.. 28 3,590 4,955 N.Att'bo'ugh 7,253 9,562 Owatonna..1445 5,561 5,658 Haverhill.. 617 3,414 3,498 Ruston.... 305 1,324 3,377 N.Brooksfi'ld 907 4,587 3,075 Red Wing.. 680 7,525 9,048 Keene..... 506 9,165 10,068 Shreveport.. 204 16,013 28,015 North'mpton 124 18,643 19,431 Rochester.. 991 6,843 7,844 Laconia... 507 8,042 10,183 Thibodaux... 3,253 3,824 Northbridge 284 7,036 8,807 St. Cloud...1020 8,663 10,600 Lancaster. 887 3,190 3,054 Norwood.. 149 5,480 8,014 St. Paul.... 694 163,065 214,744 Lebanon... 552 4,965 5,718 MAINE Orange.... 505 5,520 5,282 St. Peter... 711 4,302 4,176 Littleton... 772.... 3,059 Oxford.... 516 2,677 3,361 So. St. Paul... 2,322 4,510 Manchester 246 56,987 70,063 Place Altitude 190u 1910 Palmer.... 332 7,801 8,610 Stillwater.. 688 12,318 10,198 Milford.... 250 3,739 3,939 Auburn... 183 12,951 15,064 Peabody... 19 11,523 15,721 Thief R. Fls.... 1,819 3,714 Nashua.... 125 23,898 26.005 Augusta... 47 11,683 13,211 Pittsfield..1038 21,766 32,121 Two Harbors 692 3,278 4,990 Newmarket 39 2,892 3,318 Bangor... 24 21,850 24,803 Plymouth.. 38 9,592 12,141 Virginia...1449 2,962 10,473 Newport... 804 3,126 3,765 Bath City.. 7 10,477 9,396 Provi'cet'wn 32 4,247 4,369 Waseca.....1,153 3,103 3,054 Pembroke..... 3,183 3,062 Belfast.... 7 4,615 4,618 Quincy.... 23,899 32,642 W. Mineapls.... 1,648 3,022 Portsmouth 14 10,637 13,269 Biddeford. 75 16,145 17,079 Randolph.. 3,993 4,301 Willm-r...1131 3,409 4,135 Rochester.. 229 8,466 8,868 Brewer.... 31 4,835 5,667 Reading... 107 4,969 5,818 Vinoha.. 666 19,T14 18-583 Somersworth 180 7,023 6,704 Bridgton..405 1,552 1,474 Revere.... 16 10,395 18,219 Brunswick. 63 5,210 5,341 Rockland.. 5,327 6,928 MIISSSSIPPI. NEW JERSEY Calais........ 7,655 6,116 Rockport 62 4,592 4,211 Camden...... 2,825 3,015 Salem..... 10 35,956 43,697 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Caribou... 400 4,758 5,377 Saugus.... 20 5,084 8,047 Aberdeen.. 210 3,434 3,708 Asbury Pk.. 22 4,148 10,150 Chelsea.... 3,092 3,216 Somerville. 13 61,643 77,236 B. St. Louis 21 2,872 3,388 Atlantic... 52 27,838 46,150 Dexter.... 310 2,941 3,530 Southbridge. 10,025 12,592 Biloxi..... 24 5,467 8,049 Bayonne... 50 32,722 55,545 Eastport.. 76 5,311 4,961 SouthHadley 4,526 4,894 Brookhaven. 487 2,678 5,293 Bloomfield. 120 9,668 15,070 Eden......... 4,379 4,441 Spencer... 7,627 6,740 Canton.... 228 3,404 3,929 Boontown. 413 3,901 4,935 Ellsworth. 112 4,297 3,549 Springfield.. 119 62,059 88,926 Clarksdale.. 173 1,773 4,079 Bordent'wn. 16 4,110 4,20 Fairfield... 90 3,878 4,435 Stoneham.. 147 6,197 7,090 Columbus.. 250 6,484 8,988 Boundbrook. 31 2,622 3,970 Farmington. 368 3,288 3,210 Stoughton 239 5,442 6,316 Corinth.... 450 3,661 5,020 Bridgeton.. 30 13,913 14,209 t. Fairfield 398 4,181 4,381 Sutton.... 346 3 328 3078 Greenville. 325 7,642 9,610 Burlin-ton. 13 7,392 8,336 Vort Kent.. 532 2,528 3,710 Swampscott 3.8 4:548 6,204 Greenwood.. 129 3,026 5,836 Camden... 31 75,935 94,538 Gardiner... 22 5,501 5,311 Taunton... 40 31,036 34,259 Gulfport... 19 1,060 6,386 Carlstadt..... 2,574 3,807 I-Ioulton... 357 4,686 5,845 Templeton. 964 3,489 3.756 Hattiesbgo. 143 4,175 11,733 Cliffride Pk.... 968 3,394 Kennebunk.. 51 3,228 3,099 Tewksbury. 115 3,683 3,750 Jackson.. 288 7,816 21,262 Collig-sw'd. 25 1,633 4,795 Kittery...... 2,872 3,533 Uxbridge.. 259 3,599 4,671 Laurel..... 243 3,193 8,465 Dover...... 575 5,938 7,468 Lewiston.. 185 23,761 26,247 Wakefield. 107 9,290 11,404 McComb...... 4,477 6,23T E. Newark.. 26 2,500 3,163 Lisbon.... 196 3,603 4,116 Walpole... 177 3,572 4,892 Meridian... 341 14,050 23,285 E. Orange.. 173 21,506 34,371 Lubec........ 3,005 3,363 Waltham 106 23,481 27,834 Moss Point.......... 3,054 E. Rutherf'd... 2,640 4,275 Madison... 257 2,764 3,379 Ware...... 488 8,263 8,774 Natchez... 202 12,210 11,791 Elizabeth.. 40 52,130 73,409 Millinocket. 359.... 3,368 Wareham.. 19 3,432 4,102 Pascagoula.... 708 3,379 Englewood.. 45 6,253 9,q24 Orono..... 115 3,257 3,555 Warren... 596 4,417 4,188 Tupelo...... 270 2,118 3,881 Fort Lee.... 314 -... 4,472 Old Town.. 108 5,763 6,317 Watertown 19 9,708 12,875 Vicksburg.. 196 14,834 20,814 Freehold.. 167 2,924 3,233 Portland.. 26 50,145 58,571 Webster... 440 8,804 11,509 Water Val.. 300 3,813 4,275 Garfield....... 3,504 A 0,213 Rockland...... 8,150 8,174 Wellesley.. 140 5,072 5,413 W. Point... 237 3,193 4,864 Glen Ridge 172 1,960 3260 Rumf'dFalls 516 2,595 5,427 W. Springf'd... 7,105 9,224 Yazoo..... 117 4,944 6,796 Gloucester. 11 6,840 9,462 Saco....... 75 6,122 6,583 Westboro'gh 298 5.400 5,446 Guttenb'g..... 3,825 5,647 Sanford...... 6,078 9,049 Westfield.. 149 12,310 16,044 MISSOURI Hackensack. 14 9,443 14,050 Skowhegan.... 5,180 5,341 Weymouth.30 11324 12,895 Haddonfield. 78 2,776 4,412 So. Portland... 6,287 7,471 Whitman.. 79 6.155 7,292 place Altitude 1900 1910 Hammonton 80 3,481 5,088 Van Buren. 496 1,878 3,065 " Williamstfn. 602 5,013 3,708 Aurora.... 1366 6,193 4,148 Harrison.. 85 10,596 14,498 V -*terville. 112 9,477 11,458 Winchendon. 984 5 001 5,678 Booneville. 588 4,377 4,252, Hawthorne. 43 2,096 3,400 V$ 3tbrook.... 7,283 8,281 Winchester. 21 7,248 9,309 Brookfield. 758 5,484 5,749 Hoboken... 7 59,364 70,324,, ___,Winthrop..... 6,058 10.332 Cape Gir'd'u 356 4,815 8,475 Irvington..... 5,255 ll,87. MARkPYT'AND Woburn.... 98 14,254 15,308 Carrollton. 665 3,854 3,452 Jersey..... 21 206,433 267,779 Plac Atitud 190, 191,0 Worcester. 475 118,421 145,986 Carterviile. 976 4,445 4.539 Kearney...... 10,896 18,659 Plc liue10 90Carthage.. 973 9,416 9,483 Keyport... 23 3,413 3,554 A.nnapotis.20 8,525 8,609 MICHI]GAN Caruth'ville... 2,315 3.655 Lambertv'e. 81 4,637 4,657 Baltimore.123 508,957 558,485 Charleston.. 327 1,893 3,144 Lodi....... 25 1,917 4,138 Brunswick.248 2,471 3,721 place Altitude 1900 1910 Chillicothe.. 765 6,905 6,265 L'ng Branch 28 8,872 13,298 Cambridge.20 5,747 6,407 Adrian...810 9,654 10,765 Clinton.... 778 5,061 4,992 Madison... 248 3,754 4,658 Crisfield... 5 3,165 3,468 Albio..... 950 4,519 5,833 Columbia.. 738 5,651 9,662 Millville... 36 10,583 12,451 Cumberland. 650 17,128 21,839 Alleg-an.... 628 2,667 3,419 De Soto... 508 5,611 4,721 Montclair 241 13,962 21,550 Baston.... 38 3,074 3,083 Alpena... 582 11,802 12,706 Excels'r Sp. 939 1,81 3,900 Morristown. 404 11,267 12,507 Frederick.. 250 9,296 10,411 Ann Arbor. 611 14,509 14,837 Flat River.. 761...... 5,112 Newark... 55 246,070 347,469 Frrostburg.2074 5,274 6,028 R^+tti Creek 823 18.563 25,267 Fulton.... 813 4,883 5,228 N. Brunsw'k _18 20,006 23,388 [ia-erstown. 550 13,591 16,507 Bay City... 593 27,628 45,166 Hannibal.. 534 12,780 18,341 Newton... 678 4,37b 4,467 Havre de G. 35 3,423 4,212 Belding... 3,282 4,119 Indep'dence.1050 6,974 9,859 N. Plainf'ld... 5,009 6,117 Salisbury.. 23 4,277 6,690 Benton H'b'r 596 6,562 9,185 Jeff'son City 437 9,664 11,850 Nutley.... 99 3,682 6,009 Westm'n'ter 700 3,199 3,295 Bessemer..1437 3,911 4,583 Joplin..... 1009 26,023 32,073 Orange.... 166 24,141 29,630 Big Rapids. 928 4,686 4,519 Kansas City 963 163,752 248,381 Passaic... 88 27,777 54,773 MASSACHUSETTS Boyne 3..... 912 5,218 Kennett..... 1,509 3,033 Paterson.. 100 105,171 125,600 Cadillac....1293 5,997 8,375 Kirksville 965 5,966 6,347 P'rthAmb'y 61 17,699 32,121 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Charlotte. 919 4,092 4,886 Kirkwood. 635 2,825 4,171 Phillipsb'g.. 196 10,052 13,903 Abington.. 104 4,489 5,455 Cheboygan.. 604 6,489 6,859 Lexington 813 4,190 5,242 Plainfield.. 100 15,369 20,550 Adams.... 799 11,134 13,026 Coldwater...... 6,216 5,945 Louisiana. 474 5,131 4,454 Pleasantv'e. 22 2,182 4,390 Agawam..... 2,536 3,501 Crys Falls.1344 3,231 3,775 Macon.... 850 4,068 3,584 Princeton.. 209 3,899 5,136 Amesbury. 26 9,473 9,894 Detroit.... 596 285,704 465,766 Maplewood....... 4,976 Rahway... 22 7,935 9,337 Amhurst.. 267 5,028 5,112 Dowagiac.. 760 4,151 5,088 Marceline.. 858 2,638 3,920 Raritan....... 3.244 3,672 Andover... 85 6,813 7,301 Escanaba. 612 9,549 13,194 Marshall.. 647 5,086 4,896 Redbank. 35 5,428 7,398 Arlington.. 46 8,603 11,187 Flint...... 726 13,103 38,550 Maryville..1160 4,577 4,762 Ridgewood.. 139 2,685 Uu6 Athol...... 550 7,061 8,536 Gladstone.612 3,380 4,211 Mexico... 830 5.099 5,939 Roosevelt........ 5,786 Attleboro'... 129 11,335 16,215 G'd Haven.. 632 4,743 5,856 Moberly.. 870 8,012 10,923 Roselle P'k...... 3,138 Blarnstable. 72 4,364 4,676 G'd Rapids.. 610 87,565 112,571 Monette...1302 3,115 4,177 Rutherford. 47 4,411 7,045 Helmont... 39 3,929 5,542 Greenville.813 3,381 4,045 Neosho....1011 2,725 3,661 Salem..... 16 5,811 6,614 Beverly... 23 13,884 18,650 Hamtramck......... 3,559 Nevada.. 860 7,461 7,176 Secaucus.. 41 1,626 4,720 Rlackstone. 214 5,721 5,648 Hancock.. 606 4,050 8,981 Poplar Bluff 344 4,321 6,916 Somerville. 82 4,843 5,060 Boston.... 125 560,892 670,585 Hastings. 777 3,172 4,383, Richmond. 809 3,478 3,664 So. Amboy.. 7 6,349 7,007 Braintree.. 94 5,981 8,066 Highl'd P'k.1002 427 4,120 St. Charles. 614 7,982 9,437 So. Orange.. 187 4,608 6,014 Bridgewater 62 5,806 7,688 Hillsdale..1090 4,151 5,001 St. Joseph.. 813 102,979 77,403 So. River... 10 2,792 4,772 Brockton.. 128 40,063 56,878 Holland....612 7,790 10,490 St. Louis.. 455 575,238 687,029 Summit.... 370 5,302 7,500 Brookline.. 43 19,935 27,792 Houghton.. 668 3,359 5,113 Sedalia.... 910 15,231 17.822 Trenton... 60 73,307 98,815 Cambridge. 74 91,886 104,839 Ionia...... 648 5,209 5,030 Sikeston... 328 1,077 3,327 Union...... 104 15,187 21,023 Canton.... 113 4,584 4,797 Iron M'nt'in.ll160 9,242 9,216 Slater..... 861 2,502 3,238 Vineland.. il1 4,370 5,282 7helmsford.... 3,984 5,010 Ironwood..1506 9,705 12,821 Springfield. 1324 23,267 35,201 Wallington.... 1,812 3,448 'helsea... 11 34,072 32,452 Ishpeming.1402 13,255 12,448 Trenton... 812 5,396 5,656 Washington 462 3,580 3,567 Chicopee.. 84 19,167 25,401 Jackson.... 940 25,180 31,433 Warrensb'g. 853 4,724 4,689 Westfield.. 128.6,420 Clirlton.... 309 13,667 13,075 Kalamazoo. 778 24,404 39,437 Washington 491 3,015 3,670 W. Hoboken... 23,094 35403 Concord... 139 5,662 6,421 Lansing... 828 16,485 31,229 Webb City. 986 9,201 11,817 W. N. York... 5,267 13,560 Dalton....1188 3,014 3,568 Lapeer.... 827 3,297 3,946 Webst'r G've 596 1,895 7,080 W. Orange.... 6,889 10,980 Danvers.. 42 8,542 9,407 Laurium..1192 5,643 8,537 Wellston........... 7,312 Woodbury 62 4,087 4,642 Dartmouth,-.... 3,669 4,378 Ludington. 593 7,166 9,132 Dedham... 119 7,457 9,284 Manistee... 598 14,260 12,381 MIONTANA NEW MEXX.CO Dracut....... 3,253 3,461 Manistique. 613 4,126 4,722 Dudley....... 3,553 4,267 Marine.... 588 3,829 3,770 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Place Altitude 1900 1910 E. Bridgewtr 102 3,025 3,363 Marquette. 628 10,058 11,503 Anaconda..5288 9,453 10,134 Albuquerque5008 6,238 11,020 Fast'inpton. 169 ' 5,603 8,524 Marshall.. 900 4,370 4,236 Billings....3117 3,221 10,031 Clovis............ 3,255 Raston.... 124 4,837 5,139 Menominee. 594 12,818 10,507 Bozeman...4754 3,419 5,107 Las Cruces.3500....... 3,86 Everett.... 12 24,336 33,484 Monroe.... 590 5,043 6,89. Butte......5484 30,470 39,165 Las Vegas..6391 3,552 3.775 Fairhaven. 17 3,567 5,122 Mt. Clemens 612 6,576 7,707 Great Falls.3312 14,930 13,948 Las Vegas..6714 2,767 3,179 Fall River.. 200 104,863 119,295 Mt. Pleas'nt 768 3,662 3,972 Havre.....2480 1,033 3,624 Raton......6400 3.540 4.539 Falmouth.. 44 3,500 3,144 Muskegon. 593 20,818 24.062 Helena.....4110 10,770 12,515 Roswell....3557 2.049 6.172 Fitchburg. 550 31,531 37,826 Negaunee..1419 6,935 8,460 Kaiispel...2946 2,526 5,549 Santa Fe.... 7013 5,603 5,072 Foxborough. 296 3,266 3,863 Niles...... 650 4,287 5.156 Livingston.4487 2.778 5,359 Silver.....5851 2,735 3,217.NEW YOR. Place Altitude 1900 1916 Albany.... 18 94,151 100,253 Albion.... 519 4,477 5,016 Amsterdam. 264 20,929 31,267 Auburn.... 643 30,345 34,668 Baldwinsv'e 389 2,992, 3,099 Ballston Spa 320 - 3,923 4,138 Batavia.... 956 - 9,180 11,613 Bath...... 1103 ' 4,994, 3,884 Binghamton 865 39,647 48,443 Brockport.. 543 3,398 3,579 Buffalo.... 576 352,387 423,715 Canandaig'a 685 6,151 7,217 Canastota. 486 3,030 3,247 Carthage.. 737 2,895, 3,563 Catskill... 95 5,484 5,296 Cohoes.... 159 23,910 24,709 Corning... 936 11,061 13,730 Cortland...1120 9,014 11,50-1 Dansville..3025 3,633 3,934 Depew..... 685 3,379 3,921 Dobbs Ferry 12 2,888 3,455 Dunkirk... 598 11,616 17,221 E. Syracuse... 2,509 3,274 Ellenville. 317 2,879 3,114 Elmira.... 863 35,672 37,176 Fairport... 455 2,489 3,112 Fishkill Ldg 8 3,673 3,902 Ft. Edward. 147 3,521 3,762 Frankfort. 400 2,664 3,303 Fredonia.. 767 1,127 5,285 Freeport.. 23 2,612 4,836 Fulton.... 393 8,206 10,480 Geneva.... 481 10,433 12,446 Glens Falls 340 12,613 15,243 Gloversville 850 18;349 20,642 Goshen.... 431 2,826 3,081 Gouverneur. 423 3,689 4,128 Granville.. 403 2,700 3,920 Green Isl'nd 314 4,770 4,737 Greenport. 7 2,366 3,089 Hast.-on-H. 12 2,002 4,552 Haverstraw. 103 5,935 5,669 Hempstead. 65 3,582 4,964 Herkimer.. 406 5,555 7,520 Hoosick F'ls 433 5,671 5,532 Hornell....1152 11,918 13,617 Hudson... 96 9,528 11,417 Hudson F'ls... 4,473 5,189 Ilion...... 408 5,138 6,588 Ithaca.... 381 13,136 14,802 Jamcstown. 1328 22,892 31,297 Johnstown.. 650 10,130 10,447 Kingston.. 223 24,535 25,908 Lackawanna....... 14,549 Iancaster. 683 3,750 4,364 Leroy.... -863 3,144 3,771 Lestprsnire 847 3,111 3,775 1Jittle Fall8 375 10,381 12,273 Lockport.. 650 16,581 17,970 Lyons..... 406 4,300 4,460 Malone.... 810 5,935 6,467 Mamaron'ck 47.... 5,699 Mattewan.. 119 5,8()7 6,727 Mech'nicsv'e 61 4,695 6,634 Medina.... 516 4,716 5,683 Middletown. 700 14,522 1.5,313 Mt. Vernon. 114 21,228 30,919 New Roch'le 72 14,720 28,867 New York.. 54 3,437,202 4,766,883 BoroughsManhattan 314 1,850,093 2,331.542 Bronx... 109 200,507 430,980 Brooklyn. 107 1,166,582 1,634,351 Richmond 63 67,021 85,969 Queens.. 75 162,999 284,041 Newark.... 456 4,578 6,227 Newburgh. 94 24,943 27,805 Niagara F'ls 574 19,457 30,445 N. Tarryt'n.... 4,241 5,421 N. Tonaw'da 580 9,069 11,955 Norwich...1009 5,766 7,422 Nyack..... 68 4,275 4,619 Ogdensburg. 258 12,633 15,93.3 Olean......1457 9,462 14,743 Oneida.....1100 6,364 8,3.17 Oneonta...1100 7,147 9,491 Ossining.. 8 7,939 11,480 Osvwego.... 295 22,199 23;368 Owego..... 816 5,039 4,633 Patchogue. 15 2,926 3,824 Peekskill.. 1-4 10,358 15,245 Penn Yan... 714 4,650 4,597 Perry.....1038 2,763 4,388 Plattsburg.. 120 8,434 11.,138 Pt. Chester. 34 7,440 12,809 Pt. Jervis... 470 9,385 9,564 Potsdam.. 300 3,843 4,036 Poughk'psie. 180 24,029 27,936 Rensselaer.. 25 7,466 10,711 Rochester.. 523 162,608 218,149 Rockv'eCen. 25 1,884 3,667 Rome...... 445 15,343 20,497 Rye....... 49 3,964 Sag Harbor. 8 1,969 3,408 Salamanca.1389 4,251 5,792 Saranac L..1527 2,594 4,983 Saratoga Sp 277 12,409 12,693 Saugerties. 159 3,697 3,929 Schenect'y.. 246 31,682 72,826 Seneca F'ls. 427 6,519 6,588 Solvay..... 3,493 5,139 Syracuse.. 404 108,374 137,249 Tarrytown.. 20 4,770 5,600 Tonawanda. 572 7,421 8,290 Troy..... 35 60,651 76,813 Tupper L'k.1557.... 3,067 Utica..... 407 56,383 74,419 Walden.... 353 3,147 4,004 Walton....1233 2,811 3,103 Wap'g's F'ls... 3,504 3,195 Warsaw...1322 3,048 3,206 Waterford. 39 3,146 3,245 Waterloo.. 463 4,256 3,931 Watertown. 486 21,696 26,730' Watervliet.. 50 14,321 15,074 Waverly... 825 4,465 4,855 W ellsville..1519 3,556 4,382 White Pl'ns 201 7,899 15,949 Whitehall.. 125 4,377 4,917 Yonkers... 10 47,931 79,80? NORTH CAROIINA. Place Altitude 1900 19~0 Asheville..2250 14,694 18,762 Burlington. 663 3,692 4,808 Charlotte.. 773 18,091 34,014 Concord... 606 7,910 8,71.5 Durham... 40C 6,679 18,241 Eliz'b'th C'y 9 6,348 8,412 Fayetteville 1"C 4,670 7,1045 Gastonia.. b 5 4,610 5,759 Goldsboro. 102 5,877 1 1 Greensboro.843 1)035 35,?96 Greenville, 75 /,565 4,101 Henderson.. 490 3,746 4,503 Hickory..1164 2,53F 3,716 High Points 940 4,163 9.525 Kinston... 45 4, 0l6 6.995 Lenoir....1132 1,296 3,364 Lexington, 758 1,234 4,i63 Monroe.... 576 2,427 t,082 Mooresville, 878 1,533 3.400

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Palatka; Apalachee Bay; Archer; Palatka; Silver Spring; Cedar Key; Deland; Morriston; Ocala; Astor; Daytona; New Smyrna; Dunnellon; Tavare; Homobassa; Sanford; Wildwood; Leesburg; Apopka; Titusville; Brookville; Orlando; Rockledge; Plant City; Dade City; Tampa; Port Tampa; Kissimmee; Melbourne; Lakeland; St. Petersburg; Bartow; Sebastian; Ft. Meade; Lake Kissimmee; Tampa Bay; Manatee; Wauchula; Avon Park; Braidentown; Ft. Pierre; Arcadia; Jenb; Punta Gorda; Lake Okeechobee; Charlotte Harbor; Jupiter; Locagrande; Ft. Myers; Juno; The Everglades; W. Palm Beach; Ft. Lauderdale; Lemon City; Ten Thousand Isles; Miami; Ponce de Leon Bay; Cape Sable; Florida Bay; Great Bahama Isl.; Great Abaco Isl.; Pelican Harbour; Providence Channel N.W.; Abaco; Bahama; Egg Isl.; New Providence Isl.; Royal Isl.; Dunmore Town; Rose Isl.; Eleuthera Isl.; Governor Harbour; Tarpum Bay; Nassau; Planter; Dry Tortugas; Pine Islands; Fort Jefferson (U.S. Naval Station); Key West (U.S. Naval Station); Florida Reefs; Ft. Taylor; Florida Strait; Great Bahama; Andros; Semints; Tongue of the Ocean; Exumu Sound; Cat Isl. (Pos hole landfall of Columbus); Big Wood Cay; Yellow Cay Islands; Cape Sal Bank; Espiritu Santo; Great Exuma Isl.; Rum Cay; Long Isl.; Little Exuma Isl.; Ang Islands; Wolf Rockf; Larks Nest; Water Cays; Clarence; mingo Cay; Cay; Fortune Isl.; Wat; San (po; Crooked Isl; Boat harnel -
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Title: MAP OF THE UNITED STATES Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: PACIFIC OCEAN; ALBERNITE; NANAIM; CHEMANIS; Gulf of Georgia; VANCOOVER; NEW WESTNINE; PORT MOODY; MISSION; CLOVERDALE; RUMAS; AGASSIZ; YALE; NORTH BEND; CRAWFORD; BRITISH COLUMBIA; OKAKOGAN; VERNON; Lower Arrow Lake; Okahogan Lake; GREENWOOD; GRAND FORKS; PENTICTON; ROSSLAND; TRAIL; ROBSON; NELSON; Slocan L.; NAKUSP; GERARD; WHEAD; LARDO; SANDON; KASLO; Kootenai Lake; KUSKANOOK; CRANBROOK; Kootenai; GALENA; COCHR; CALGARY; ALBERTA; CROWS NEST; Crows Nest Pass; FERNIE; CARDSTON; MCGRATH; MACLEOD; FRANK; PARKLAND; NANTON; HIGH RIVER; GLEICHS; CASSILS; STEERFORD; LETHERIDGE; STERLING; WETMORE; BOW ISLAND; KANINVIE; STAIR; MEDICINE HAT; COLERIDGE; MACKINNON; S. Saskatchewan R.; FORRES; MAPLE CREEK; CRANE LAKE; SIDEWOOD; BEVERLY; WALDECK; DUNDURN; OUTLOOK; KENASTON; HAWARDEN; ELBOW; DAVIDSON; AYLESBURY; TUGASKI; BROWNLEE; SWIFT CURRENT; Old Wives Lake; HERBERT; MOOSE JAW; PASQUA; REGINA; TUXFORD; LUMBDEN; BETHUNE; STRASSBURG; Mountain L.; BULVER; MARKINCH; CRAVEN; ROULEAU; LAJORD; LANG; YELLOW GRASS; WEYBURN; STOUGHTON; MACOUN; ESTEVAN; KISBEY; KENNEDY; FILLMORE; KAISER; TYVAN; KENDALL; VIBANK; INDIAN HEAD; WOLSELEY; GRENFELL; Qu' APPELLE; Qu' Appelle R.; HOKOMIR; TOUCHWOOD; DAFU; KELLIMER; BALCARRES; LIPTON; ELFROS; SHEHO; INSINGER; YORKTON; MELVILLE; HUBBARD; NEUDORF; WHITEWOOD; BROADVIEW; VANDURA; WALPOLE; ARCOLA; ANTLER; OXBOW; ALAMEDA; BUTLER; KIRKELLIA; FLEMING; MOOSOMIN; ESTERHAZY; DUBUC; WELBY; ATWATER; SALTCOATS; KAMSAO; TOGO; LANGENBURG; BENITO; SIFTON JC.; GRAND VIEW; RUSSELL; BINSCARTH; BIRTLE; RA CITY; BRANDON; KENNAY; VIRDEN; RESTON; HARTNEY; MELITA; SOURIS; DELORAINE; BOISSEVAIN; MANITOU; CARDENNY; GLADSTONE; NEEPIWA; MINVEDOSA; OSTRATHCLAIR; DAUPHIN; SCL; VIN; Lake Dauphin; MCCREARY JC.; Lake Manitoba; COWDERY; GIMLI; WINNIPEG; W. SELKIRK; SELKIRK; PORTAGE; LA PRAIRIE; CARMAN; GREENWAY; GRETNA; MORDEN; MORRIS; EMERSON; OTTERBOUINE; ST. BONIFACE; WHITE MOUTH; English R.; Pipestone L.; Gull Rock L.; Lac Seul; BARCLAY; KENORA; Lake of the Woods; ENGLISH RIVER; Hunters Isl.; SUPERIOR JC.; Cat R.; St. Joseph Lake; Cat L.; Albany River; Lake Nipigon; CARLSTAD; LINKOGPING; FORT WILLIAM; PORT ARTHUR; GUNFLINT; Izle Royale; NIPIGON; MIDDLETON; Long Lake; Kenogami R.; Makoki R.; Ogoki R.; MARTENS FALLS; TRUDEAO; WHITE RIVER; OTTER; JOSEPHINE; MICHIPICOTEN HARBOR; GOULAIS; SAULT STE. MARIE; THESSALON; ALGOMA; SPANISH RIVER; DALTON; PARDEE; CHAPLEAU; WOMAN RIVER; BISCOTASING; POGAMASING; CARTIER; WHITEFISH; SUDBURY; Lake Nipissing; STURGEON FALLS; Montreal River; Missanabie R.; Mattagami R.; Abittiba R.; Bay; PARRY SOUND; Grand Manitoulin Isl.; Georgian Bay; WIARTON; OWEN SOUND; COLLINGWOOD; ORANGEVILLE; HARRISTON; WINGHAM; GUELPH; BERLIN; STRATFORD; GALT; BURLINGTON; BRANTFORD; WOODSTOCK; LONDON; ST. THOMAS; PORT BURWELL; ST. CATHARINES; NIAGARA FALLS; L. ONTARIO; HAMILTON; TORONTO; GABRIE; MIDLAND; MILLIA; L. Simcoe;Harricanaw R.; Nottawa R.; Lake Abittiba; HAILBYBURY; Lake Temiscaming; COBALT; Lake Keepawa; NORTH BAY; NIPISSING JC; POWASSAN; EMSDALE; HUNTSVILLE; HALIBURTON; BRACE-BRIDGE; LINDSAY; COE HILL; PETERBOROUGH; COBURG; PT. HOPE; WHITBY; PICTON; BELLEVILLE; KINGSTON; BROCK V.; NORWOOD; PRESCOTT; SHARBOT L. SMITHS FALLS; CORNWALL; CARLETON; OTTAWA; ARNPRIOR; RENFREW; PEMBROKE; Ottawa R.; CHALK RIVER; DEUX RIVIERE; MATTAWA; Lake Victoria; Lake Kakebonga; Lake Bouchette; Gatineau Riv.; FT. COULOGNE; BUCKINGHAM; Ottawa R.; HULL; Chamouchouan R.; stassini R.; osibi R.; R.; R.; Lake St. John; ROBERVAL; R. St. Maurice; RIVIERRE A PIERRE; SHAWENEGAN; THREE RIVERS; JOLLIETTE; ST. JEROME; GREENVILLE; HAWKESBURY; VALLEYFIELD; ROUSES PT.; ST. JOHN; ST. CONSTANT; FARNHAM; FOSTER; MONTREAL; ST. HYACINTHE; SOREL; NICOLET; Lawrence River; QUEBEC; STE. ANNE; KISKISINK; CHICOUTIMI; TROIS PISTOLES; R. Sagwenay; Bersimis R.; BERSIMIS; RIMOUSKI; GROSSES ROU; LITTLE METIS; PASPEBIAC; Chaleure Bay; DALHOUSIE; METAPEDIA; CAMBELLTON; PETIT BOOMER; RIVIERE DU LOUP; ST. LOUIS; EDMUNDSTON; NEW BRUNSWICK; MOUTH OF ST. FRANCIS; R. St. John; ELGIN ROAD; Chamberlain L.; Chesuncook L.; ST. HENRI; KINGSBURY; DOOCET'S LANDING; BEAUCE JC.; ARTHABASKA; DRUMMONDVILLE; MARBLETON; RICHMOND; ACTONVALE; SHERBROOKE; COATICOOK; Str. of Juan de Fuca; Cape Flattery; Flattery Rocks; Olympia Mts; PORT ANGELES; Pt. TOWNSEND; Cape Johnson; WASHINGTON; ANACORTES; FAIRHAVEN; BELLINGHAM; BLAINE; RUMAS; SEDRO WOOLEY; EXCELSIOR; HAMILTON; ROCKPORT; MT. VERNON; EVERETT; MONTE CRISTO; SNOHOMISH; Lake Chelan; Okanogan; REPUBLIC; Columbia R.; SPRINGDALE; COLVILLE; NORTHPORT; SHELTON; ELMA; MONTESANO; HOQUIAM; GRAYS HARBOR; Grays Harbor; Willapa Har.; OYSTERVILLE; NANCOTTA; Cape Dissapointment; FORT STEVENS; SEASIDE; ASTORIA; SOUTH BEND; COSTA; GATE; TACOMA; Puget Sound; BALLARD; SEATTLE; FALL CITY; SALLAL PR.; PALMER; BUCKLEY; ORTING; OYMPIA: CENTRALIA; CHEHALIS; KALAMS; YACOLT; VANCOUVER; Columbia R.; GOLDEN DALE; NORTH YAKIMA; Mt. Rainier (MT. TACOMA); ELLENSBURG; ROSLYN; WENATCHEE; COULEE CY.; WATERVILLE; DAVENPORT; CHENEY; ODESSA; RITZVILLE; OAKESDALE; WINONA; CONNELL; Snake Riv.; PASCO; PROSSER; WALLULA; WALLA WALLA; WAITSBURG; DUDLEY; DAYTON; STARBUCK; POMEROY; COLFAX; TEKOA; SPOKANE; FORT STEVENS; SEASIDE; ASTORIA; PORTLAND; HILLSBORO; TILLAMOOK; Cape Lookout; NEWBERG; MCMINN V.; SHERIDAN; Cape Foulweather; DALLAS; YAQUINA; AIRLIE; TOLEDO; CORVALLIS; ALBANY; Writtamotte R.; EUGENE; Umpqua River; NATRON; COBURG; LEGANON; SCIO; SALEM; WOODBURG; Mt. Hood; OREGON CY.; E. PORTLAND; BIGGS; THE DALLES; MT. HOOD; SHANIKO; John Day RIver; PRINEVILLE; Des Chutes R.; IBANHA; Crooked R.; OREGON; BURNS; VALE; PAYETTE; Malheur R.; ONTARIO; HUNTINGTON; DURKEE; SUMPTER; BAKER CITY; UNION; ELGIN; LA GRANGE; BLUE MTS.; HEPPNER; CONDON; WILLOWS; UMATILLA; MILTON; ATHERA; PENDLETON; MARSHFIELD; EMPIRE: COQUILLE; BANDON; MYRTLE POINT; Cape Blanco; PORT ORFORD; GOLD BEACH; JACKSONVILLE; GRANTS PASS; ASHLAND; MEDFORD; EAGLE POINT; ROSEBURG; YORCALLA; COTTAGE GROVE; CASCADE MTS.; Summer Lake; Upper Klamath Lake; KLAMATH FALLS; Lower Klamath L.; LAKEVIEW; Warner Lake; Albert Lake; Harney Lake; Malheur Lake; STEIN MTS.; Ovoyhee R.; Pt. St. George; CRESCENT CITY; ARCATA; NORTH FORK; FERNDALE; EUREKA; SCOTIA; Cape Mendecino; BLOCKSBURG; SHASTA MTS.; MCCLOUD; UPTON; PHEKA; MONTAGUE; Mt. Shasta; SMITHSON; Pitt River; REDDING; RED BLUFF; EHAMA; Honey Lake; SUSANVILLE; Rivet Lake; ALTURAS; MADELINE; Smoke Cr. Desert; Eagle Lake; AMEDEE; WADSWORTH; COVELO; FORT BRAGG; SHERWOOD; PT. ARENA; UKLAH; HEADSBURG; CALISTOGA; GUERNEVILLE; MARKHAM; SANTA ROSA; SAN ANSELMO; SAN RAFAEL; SAUSALITO; SAN FRANCISCO; OAKLAND; CALAMEDA; KELEY; LEDO; AVON; BENICIA; SUISUN; ELMIRA; ST. HELENA; RUMSE; LAKEPORT; SITES; FRUTO; WILLOWS; Sacramento R.; CHICO; OROVILLE; SIERRA NEVADA; MARYSVILLE; NEVADA CITY; GRASS VAL.; L. Tahoe; OYUBA CY.; COLFAX; AUBURN; PLACERVILLE; SACRAMENTO; GALT; IONE; LODI; VALLEY; STOCKTON; MILTON; Mono Lake; SPRINGS; BODIE; SAN MATEO; SANTA CLARA; FELTON; SANTA CRUZ; GILROY; WATSONVILLE; SALINAS; MONTERREY; Pt. Sur; Cap San Martin; NILES; SAN JOSE; NEWMAN; HOLLISTER; TRES PINOS; D. GONZALES; SAN LUCAS; SAN ARDO; ALCALDE; ARMONA; HANFORD; Joaquin R.; KERMAN; MADERA; LOS BANOS; TRACY; OAKDALE; SÓNORA; WOOD CAMP; MODESTO; MERCED; BERENDO; RAYMOND; HAMMILL; POLLASKY; FRESNO; ALVORD; GOSHEN; VISALO; Mt. Whitney; SAN MIGUEL; SAN LUIS OBISPO; PT. HARFORD; GUADALOUPE; Pt. Arguello; Santa Cruz Isl.; Santa Rosa Isl.; SANTA MARIA; LOMPOC; LOS OLIMOS; ELWOOD; SANTA BARBARA; LANCASTER; VENTURA; OXNARD; SAUGUS; CHATSWORTH; SANTA MONICA; REDONDO; San Nicolas Isl.; Santa Catalina Isl.; SAN PEDRO; POMONA; MONROVIA; PASADENA; LOS ANGELES; PT. OF ROCKS; LANCASTER; OLIG; PASO ROBLES; PLANO; FAMOSO; BAKERSFIELD; KERN; Kern L.; FREEMAN; DEATH VALLEY; RANDSBURG; MOJAVE; KRAMER; BARSTOW; DAGGETT; IVANPAH; BORATE; ORANGE; SANTA ANA; SAN JUAN; L.A. Jc.; E. Jc.; San Clemente Isl.; SAN DIEGO; CORONADO; TIA JUANA; LA PRESA; NATIONAL CITY; FOSTERS; ESCONDIDO; FALL BROOK; TEMECULA; PERRIS; SAN JACINTO; RIVERSIDE; COLTON; CORONA; CHINO; SAN BERNARDINO; REDLANDS; San Bernardino Mts.; LUDLOW; PURDY; ASH HILL; GOFFS; NEEDLES; DANBY; STEDMAN; SEVEN PALMS; SALTON; PARKER; OLD BEACH; TORTUGA; ARAZ; ENSENADA DE TODOS SANTOS; Pt. Banda; MEXICALA; GUADALUPE; BAJA CALIFORNIA (LOWER); SAN QUENTIN; Cape San Quentin; SAN ANDRES; TUBAY; Sebastian Viscaino Bay; Cerros I.; Pt. San Eugenia; SAN MARIA; SAN LORENZO; LOPETO; SOLEDAD; BAHIA DE MAGDALENA; Magdalena Bay; MULEGE; Pt. S. Gabriel; GUAYMAS; ORTIZ; CARBO; S. ISABEL; San Jorges Bay; Rio del Altar; LOMAS; SONORA; HERMOSILLO; CUMURIPA; OROZ; NAVOJOA; MASIACA; MOCHIS; TOPOLOBAMPO; DOLORES; ALTATA; DEL RĺO; LA CANANEA; MAGDALENA; FRONTERAS; NACOZARI; R. de Sonora; CUMURIPA; TONICHI; R. Yaqua; CORRAL; LA JUNTA; ALAMOS; R. del Fuerte; SIERRA; SINA; FENOCHIO; GUAMOCHIL; CAIMANERO; CULIACAN; CIUDAD JUAREZ; SAN PEDRO; SAMALAYUCA; SAN PEDRO JC.; CASAS GRANDES; TERRAZAS; SAN JOSE; OJO CALIENTE; Grande del Norte; MONTEZUMA; MADERA; GALLEGO; TEMOSACHIC; LAGUNA; HORMIGAS; ALDAMA; PUERTO GATO; FALOMIN; SANTA EULALIA; SAUZ; GUERRERO; MINACA; CHIHUAHUA; BACHIMBA; BOCOYNA; SAUCILLO; LA CRUZ; Rio Conchas; CHAVITA; MINAS NUEVAS; RINCON; LLANO BLANCO; PARRAL; ESCALON; CORRALITOS; JIMENEZ; SIERRA MOJADA; SANTA ROSALIA; ROSARIO; MESA DE SANDIA; TEPEHUANES; GUANACEVI; PERSONAL; DESCRUSIDORA; BERMEJILLO; MAPIMI; TORREON; JANISCO; VELARDERA; TIAHUALILO; HORIZONTE; DURANGO; DRYDEN; LANGTRY; BOQUILLAS; COAHUILA; ROSITA; MUZQUIZO; CUATRO CIENEGAS; MONCLOVA; PANUCO; VENADITO; REATA; NUEVO; GUADALUPE; LAMPAZOS DE NERANJO; RODRIGUEZ; HONDO; SABINAS; ALLENDE; NOVA; ZARAGOSA; SPOFFORD; EAGLE PASS CIUDAD; PORFIRIO DIAZ; CARRIZO SPRINGS; HORNOS; VIESCA; JAMISCO; VELARDENA; CONCERCION; ALAMITO; PARRAS; CISNEROS; CARNEROS; LINARES; SAN PEDRO; MONTERREY; LOMA; NUEVO; PAREDON; SALTILLO; NUEVO LEON; REYNOSA; MONTEMORELOS; NUEVO LAREDO; Padre Island; ISABEL; BROWNSVILLE; MATAHORAS; Laguna de la Madre; R. Pr.; PAS; GULF OF MEXICO; Longitude West from Greenwich; Grand Canon; Colorado River; Virgin Riv.; WHITE HILLS; PEACH SPRS.; CHLORIDE; HACKBERRY; KINGMAN; JEROME Jc.; PRESCOTT; ARIZONA; Colorado Riv.; CONGRESS C. Jc.; SALOME; WICKENBURG; CROWNKING; A. & C. JC.; POLAND; P. Jc.; JEROME; GORMAN; SELIGMAN; ASH FORK; WILLIAMS; FLAGSTAFF; CANON DIABLO; BABBITT; WINSLOW; MAYER; FORT APACHE; Little Colorado R.; ST. JOSEPH; HOLBROOK; NAVAJO; HOUCK; Gila River; YUMA; TACNA; AZTEC; SENTINEL; GILA BENE; ESTRELLA; PHOENIX; PEORIA; Black R.; TEMPE; MESA; MERICOPA; CASA GRANDE; RED ROCK; SILVERBELL; RILLITO; TUCSON; TWIN BUTTES; HUACHUCA; CRITTENDEN; CALAEASAS; NOGALES; NACO; DOUGLAS; OSBORN; BISBEE; TOMBSTONE; PEARCE; COCHISE; S. Pedro R.; BENSON; WILCOX; BOWIE; SOLOMONSVILLE; THATCHER; DUNCAN; PIMA; FT. THOMAS; DUDLEYVILLE; FLORENCE; SAN CARLOS; GLOBE; KELTON; TERRACE; LUCIN; LAKESIDE; GREAT AMERICAN DESERT; SALT LAKE CY.; GARFIELD BEACH; GRANTSVILLE; TOOELE; BINGHAM; LEHI CITY; MERCUR; PLEASANT GROVE; Utah L.; IRONTON; SILVER CITY; NEPHI; MORONI; LEAMINGTON; EPHRAIM; UTAH; KOLMAR; CACHE JC.; SMITHFIELD; LOGAN; HYRAM; BRIGHAM; OGDEN; KAYSVILLE; BOUNTIFUL; ECHO CITY; COALVILLE; DET. DOUGLAS; SANDY; PARK CY; ALTA; HEBER; UINTAH MTS.; AMERICAN FORK; PROVO CITY; SPRINGVILLE; SPANISH FORK; THISTLE; PAYSON; EUREKA; MT. PLEASANT; SCOFIELD; PLEASANT VAL.; PRICE; GRASSY; Green R.; UTALINE; Sevier Lake; BLACK ROCK; MILFORD; FRISCO; LUND; UVADA; CEDAR CITY; ST. GEORGE; KANAB; PAROWAN; PANGUITCH; JUNCTION; BEAVER; MARYSVILLE; MINERAL RANGE; Sevier R.; FILLMORE; SALINA; WASATCH MTS.; CASTLEDALE; GREEN RIVER; RICHFIELD; MONROE; TEASDALE; CAINESVILLE; ESCALANTE; CISCO; MOAB; MONTICELLO; BLUFF; San Juan River; Goose Lake; Black Rock Desert; Smoke Cr. Desert; HOT SPRINGS; Pyramid Lake; OREANO; BROWNS; WINNEMUCCA; PARADISE VALLEY; GOLCONDA; IRON POINT; COIN; BATTLE MTN.; SHOSHONE; PALISADE; LEWIS JC.; MILL CITY; BRIDGES; ELKO; Franklin L.; Ruby L.; HALLECK; DEETH; WELLS; TOANA; COBRE; ULLIN; VIRGINIA CITY; RENO; DAYTON; FT. CHURCHILL; CARSON CITY; Walker L.; CANDELARIA; QUEEN; HAMMILL; HOT SPRINGS; MASON; RAWHIDE; GILLIS; CATONS; AUSTIN; HAWTHORNE; LUNING; BELMONT; TONOPAH; GOLDFIELD; HOT CREEK MTS.; PIOCHE; GEYSER; DUCK WATER; HAMILTON; ELY; ALPHA CHERRY CR.; EUREKA; SILVER PEAK; PHYOLITE; BULLFROG; GOLDCENTER; Armagosa R.; DESERT MTS.; LAS VEGAS; SEARCHLIGHT; ST. THOMAS; MOAPA; MORMON R.; FRYBERG; CALIENTE; NEVADA; BONNERS FERRY; SAND POINT; RATHDRUM; COEUR DE'ALENE; MURRAY; MISSION; BURKE; MULLAN; HARRISON; WARDNER; WALLACE; FARMINGTON; GARFIELD; MOSCOW; GENESEE; KENDRICK; JULIAETTA; AHSAHKA; LEWISTON; Salmon Riv.; MT. IDAHO; GRANGEVILLE; BITTER ROOT MTS.; SALMON; COUNCIL; INDIAN VALLEY; WEISER; Payette R.; PLACERVILLE; IDAHO CITY; EMMETT; CALDWELL; BOISE; NAMPA; MURPHY; MOUNTAIN HOME; DELAMAR; SILVER CITY; Snake River; Shoshone Falls; BUHL; TWIN FALLS; GLENNS FERRY; CHALLIS; MACKEY; KETCHUM; HAILEY; BELLEVUE; SHOSHONE; ALBION; MINDOKA; WAPI; AMERICAN FALLS; MALAD CITY; SWAN LAKE; MCCAMMON; POCATELLO; ARCO; MARKET LAKE; BEAVER; CRAB TREE; ST. ANTHONY; WIND RIVER RANGE; REXBURG; IDAHO FALLS; BLACKFOOT; SODA SPRINGS; Bear R.; MONTPELIER; PARIS; PRESTON; ROCKY MTS.; IDAHO; MOLTENAI FALLS; JENNINGS; L. Pend d' Oreille; JENNINGS; KALISPELL; COLUMBIA FALLS; Flathead Lake; THOMPSON; QUARTZ; FT. MISSOULA; HAMILTON; GRANTSDALE; DILLON; SAPPINGTON; WHITEHALL; SILVERBOW; STUART; ANACONDA; DEER LODGE; PHILLIPSBURG; GARRISON; DRUMMOND; CARLAN; MISSOULA; DESMET; ARLEE; PLAINS; CARLOW; VALIER; SUMMIT; Marias Riv.; CONRAD; DUTTON; GREAT FALLS; CRAIG; WOFF CREEK; MARYVILLE; AUSTIN; CALVIN; BUTTE; LAURIN; VIRGINIA CITY; CRAB TREE; NORRIS; BOULDER VALLEY; ELKHORN; JEFFERSON; HELENA; FT. BENTON; FT. ASSINIBOINE; SHELBY Jc.; AUSTIN; PACIFIC JC.; HAVRE; TOLEDO; BIG SANDY; Missouri Riv.; FARMINGTON; MONARCH; BARKER; NEIHART; WHITE SULPHUR SPRG.; CASTLE; TOWNSEND; LOMBARD; LOGAN; BOZEMAN; LIVINGSTON; CINNABAR; SAVOY; Milk Riv.; LEWISTOWN; FLAT WILLOW; GARNELL; HARLOWTON; Musselshell Riv.; BIG TIMBER; MERRILL; ROCKVALE; RED LODGE; BOWLER; BRIDGER; LAUREL; BILLINGS; BULL; MUSSELSHELL; ASHFIELD; HINSDALE: GLASGOW; NASHUA; LENOX; WOLF POINT; POPLAR; CULBERTSON; BLENHEIM; Yellowstone River; TERRY; FALLON; GLENDIVE; WIBAU; WESTMORE; MILES CITY; FT. KEOGH; ROSEBUD; FORSYTH; Tongue R.; JUNCTION; FORT CUSTER; LODGE GRASS; Powder River; WYOMING; YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK; FRANNIE; CODY; Shoshone R.; Grey Bull R.; SHOSHONE MTS.; WORLAND; THERMOPOLIS; Big Horn Riv.; HIMES; SHERIDAN; BUFFALO; FT. MCKINNEY; BASIN; MANDERSON; TENSLEEP; No Wood R.; LYSITE; BIG HORN MTS.; POWDER RIVER; PARKMAN; CLEARMONT; GILLETTE; ALADDIN; SPEARFISH; SUNDANCE; BLACK HILLS; MOORCROFT; CAMBRIA; NEW CASTLE; ATLANTIC CITY; BIG PINEY; SAGE; WATERFALL; GRANGER; ALMY; BRIDGER; EVANSTON; Green R.; GREEN RIVER; ROCK SPRINGS; PATRICK; LANDER; SHOSHONI; Sweetwater R.; RED DESERT; ENCAMPMENT; CRESTON; RAWLISS; CENTENNIAL; COLLINS; WALCOTT; DANA; HANNA; ALLEN; LARAMIE; WYOCOLO; CASPER; GLEN ROCK; DOUGLAS; N. Platte Riv.; ORIN; LUSK; WENDOVER; HARTVILLE JC.; SUNRISE; GUERNGEY; MITCHELL; BORDENO; HORSE CREEK; FT. 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Page  194 194 THE GROWTH OF OUR COUNTMY. Mount Airy.1014 2,680 3,844 OKLAHOMA Newbern. 16 9,090 9,961 Oxford... 454 2,059 3,018 Place Altitude 1907 1910 Raleigh... 363 13,643 19,218 Ada.......980 3,257 4,349 Keidsville 822 3,262 4,828 Altus......1388 1,97 4,821 [kocky Mt.. 129 2,937 8,051 Ardmore... 868 8,759 8,618 Salem.....1000 3,642 5,533 Chickasha.1091 7,862 10,320 Salisbury.. 765 6,277 7,153 Durant.... 645 4,510 5,330 Shelby.. 693 1,874 3,1.27 E1 Reno....1357 5,370 7,872 Statesville 926 3,141 4,599 Enid.......1238 10,087 13,799 Tarboro.. 50 2,499 4,129 Frederick..1293 2,036 3,027 Thomasv'e 851 751 3,877 Lawton....1111..... 7,788 Washington. 11 4,842 6,211 Mangum...1578 2,672 3,667 Wilmington. 79 20,976 25,748 McAlester 686 8,144 12,954 Wilson... 138 3,525 6,717 Muskogee.. 588 14,418 25,278 Winston.. 858 10,008 17,167 Nowata.... 696 2,223 3,672 Okla. City..1197 32,452 64,205 N03TH DAKrZ Okmulgee.. 678 2,322 4,176 WORTH DAKOT, Sapulpa... 722 4,259 8,283 Shawnee... 990 10,955 12,474 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Sulphur....... 2,935 3,684 Dismarck..1672 3,319 5,443 Tulsa...... 697 7,298 18,182 Devils Lake.1465 1,729 5,157 Dickinson..2411 2,0-76 3,678 OREGON [i'argo..... 903 9,589 14,331 Grd. Forks.. 841 7,652 12,478 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Jamestown. 1395 2,853 4,358 Albany..... 224 3,149 4,275 ~Mandan....1644 1,658 3,873 Ashland...1868 2,634 5,020 Nlinot......1557 1,277 6,188 Astoria.... 15 8,381 9,599 Valley.....1218 2,446 4,606 Baker City..3471 6,663 6,742 Williston..1860 763 3,124 Corvallis.. 227 1,819 4,552 Eugene.... 435 3,236 9,009 Grants Pass 937 2,290 3,897 OHIO LaGrande..2779 2,291 4.843 Medford...1374 1.791 8.840 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Akron..... 940 42,728 69,067 Alliance..1068 8,974 15,083 Ashland...1079 4,087 6,795 Ashtabula.. 580 12,949 18,266 Athens..... 657 3,066 5,463 Barberton. 965 4,354 9,410 Barnesville. 1276 3,721 4,233 Bell-ire.... 655 9,912 12,946 Bell -)nt'ne.1540 6,649 8,238 Bellt ie... 752 4,101 5,209 Bowling G'n 703 5,057 5,222 Bridgeport.. 660 3,963 3,974 Bryan..... 764 3,131 3,641 Bucyrus...1001 6,560 8,122 Byesville.. 804 1,267 3,156 Cambridge. 803 8,241 11,327 Canal Dover 884 5,422 6,621 Canton.... 1070 30,667 50,217 Carthage.. 525 2,559 3,618 Celina..... 863 2,815 3,493 Chillicothe.. 639 12,976 14,508 Cincinnati. 628 325,902 363,591 Circleville. 720 6,991 6,744 Cleveland. 762 381,768 560,663 Columbus.. 772 125,560 181,511 Conneaut.. 652 7,133 8,319 Coshocton. 770 6,473 9,603 Crestline..1158 3,282 3,807 Crooksville..... 835 3,028 Cuy'h'a F'ls.1005 3,186 4,020 D.ayton.... 790 85,333 116,577 Defiance... 712 7,579 7,327 D)elaware.. 927 7,940 9,076 [)elphos... 778 4,517 5,038 Dennison.. 908 3,763 4,008 i. Cleveland... 2,757 9,179 I.. Liverpool 686 16,485 20,387!]. Palest'ne.1015 2,493 3,537 P,. Y'gst'wn....... 4,972 EIaton........ 3,155 3,187 l.lmwood P1... 2,532 3,423 1 lyria..... 755 8,791 14,825 Findlay.... 782 17,613 14,858 Fostoria.., 790 7,730 9,597 Fremont... 584 8,439 9,939 Gallon.....1167 7,282 7,214 Gallipolis.. 561 5 432 5,560 Girard..... 858 2,630 3,736 Greenfield.... 3,979 4,228 Greenville.1060 5,501 6,237 liamilton.. 605 23,914 35,279 Hfillsboro..1129 4,535 4,296 Ironton.... 544 11,868 13,147,TJackson...... 4,672 5,468 Kent..... 1030 4,541 4,488 Kcnton....1015 6,852 7,185 Lakewood.... 3,355 15,181 Lancaster. 898 8,991 13,093 Lima...... 833 21,723 30,508 Lisbon.... 955 3,330 3,084 Lockland.. 573 2,695 3,439 Logan..... 740 3,480 4,850 Londcn....1046 3,511 3,530 Lorain.... 610 16,028 28,883 Madis'nville 588 3,140 5,193, Mansfield..1154 17,640 20,76b XMarietta.. 599 13,348 12,923 M.arion.... 980 11,862 18,232 Martins F'y 649 7,760 9,133 Marysville. 996 3,048 3,576 Massillon.. 943 11,944 13,879 Miamisburg. 703 3,941 4,271 Middleport. 564 2,799 3,194 Middletown. 664 9,215 13,152 Mingo Jet.. 662 2,954 4,049 Mt. Vernon. 991 6,633 9,087 Napoleon.. 680 3,639 4,007 Nelsonville. 681 5,421 6,082 New Phila'ia878 6,213 8,542 Newark.... 822 18,157 25,404 Newburg.. 810 5,909 5,813 Niles...... 872 7,468 8,361 Norwalk... 719 7,074 7;858 Norwood.. 613 6,480 16,185 Oberlin.... 855 4,882 4,365 Orrville...1057 1,901 3,101 Painesville. 649 5,024 5,501 Piqua..... 896 12,172 13,388 Pomeroy... 565 4,639 4,023 Pt. Clinton. 581 2,450 3,007 Portsm'th.. 527 17,870 23,481 Ravenna...1138 4,003 5,310 Reading...... 3,076 3,985 Rockport.. 785 2,038 3,179 St. Bernard 548 3,384 5,002 St. nM ,ys.. 926 5,359 5,732 Sa,' (....... 7,582 8,943 ",andusky.. 629 19,664 19,989 Shelby....1088 4,685 4,903 Sidney..... 969 5,688 6,607 Springfield.. 980 38,253 46,921 Steubenville 662 14,349 22,391 Struthers.. 823.... 3,370 Tiffin...... 759 10,989 11,894 Toledo..... 628 131,822 168,497 Toronto:... 695 3,526 4,271 Troy...... 840 5,881 6,122 Uhrichsville 856 4,58~2 4,751 Up. Sand'ky 880 3,355 3,779 Urbana....1031 6,808 7,739 Van Wert.. 784 6,422 7,157 Wadsworth.1123 1,764 3,073 Wapakoneta 893 3,915 5,349 Warren.... 900 8,529 11,081 Wash. C. H. 946 5,751 7,277 Wellston. 720 8,045 6,875 Wellsville. 684 6,146 7,769 Wilmington.1033 3,613 4,491 Wooster... 900 6,063 6,136 Xenia..... 910 8,696 8,706 Youngstown. 863 44,885 79,066 Zaneaville. 704 23,538 28,026 Oregon.... 75 3,494 4,287 Pendleton..1122 4,406 4,460 Portland... 11 90,426 207,214 Roseburg.. 463 1,690 4,738 St. Johns... 65...... 4,872 Salem..... 120 4,258 14,094 The Dalles.. 116 3,542 4,880 PENNSYLVANIA Place Altithde 1900 Allentown..321 35,416 Altoona....1182 38,973 Ambridge........ Apollo........ 2,924 Archbald.. 894 5,396 Ashland... 885 6,438 Ashley.... 643 4,046 Athens....... 3,749 Avalon....... 2,130 Avoca..... 660 3,487 Bangor.... 514 4,106 Barnesboro. 64 1,482 Beaver.... 710 2,348 Beaver F'lls 732 10,054 Bellefonte. 745 4,216 Bellevue... 505 3,416 Berwick... 505 3,916 Bethlehem.. 237 7,293 Blairsville.1012 3,386 Blakely...... 3,915 Bloomsburg. 484 6,170 Brack'nridge....... Braddock.. 735 15,654 Bradford..1437 15,029 Bridgeport.. 76 3,097 Bristol.... 21 7,104 Brookville.1230 2,472 Butler.....1011 10,853 Canonsburg. 933 2,714 Carbondale..1069 13,536 Carlisle... 480 9,626 Carnegie. 769 7,330 Carrick...... Catasauqua.. 285 3,963 Chamb'rsb'g 620 8,864 Charleroi.. 764 5,930 Chester.... 24 33,988 Clairton...... Clearfield..1110 5,081 Clifton H'ts 109 2,330 Coaldale.... Coatesville. 380 5,721 Columbia.. 261 12,316 Connellsv'e. 880 7,160 Conshoh'ken 62 5,762 Coraopolis. 720 2,555 Corry.....1429 5,369 Coudersport1650 3,217 Crafton.... 877 1,927 Danville... 456 8,042 Darby..... 65 3,429 Dickson C'y 754 4,948 Donora....... Dorranceton... 2,211 Dowington.. 225 2,133 Doyleston. 347 3,034 Dubois....1399 9,375 Dunmore.. 939 12,583 Duquesne... 9,036 Duryea.....589 5,541 E. Conem'gh... 2,175 E. M'ch C'k 551 3,458 E. Pittsburg... 2,883 E. Str'dsb'g... 2,648 Easton.... 325 25,238 Edwardsv'le... 5,165 Ellwood C'y 894 2,243 Emaus.... 433 1,468 Ephrata... 381 2,451 Erie........ 713 52,733 Etna...... 740 5,384 Exeter..... 191 1,948 Ford City.. 785 2,870 Forest C'y..1480 4,279 Frackville.1476 2,594 Franklin. 984 7,317 Freedom.. 703 1,783 Freeland..1836 5,254 Galeton...1322 2,415 Gallitzin..2165 2.759 Gettysburg. 520 3,495 Gilberton.1133 4,373 Girardville.. 721 3,666 Glassport.. 755.... Gr. Punxs't'y... 6,746 Greensburg.1110 6,508 Greenville. 945 4,814 Grove...... 768 1,599 Hanover... 599 5,302 Harrisburg.374 50,167 Hazleton...1624 14,230 Hollidaysb'g 947 2,998 Homestead.. 760 12,554 Huntingdon.. 650 6,053 Indiana....1350 4,142 Jeanette...... 5,865 Jermyn.... 952 2,567 Jersey Shore 591 3,070 Johnsonb"g.,1453 3,894 Johnstown.1169 35,936 Juniata....... 1,709 Kane......2013 5,296 Kingston.. 545 3,846 Kittanning.. 804 3,902 Knoxville..1243 3,511 Lancaster. 413 41,459 Lansford..... 4,888 Lansdowne... 2,630 Larksville........ Latrobe....1027 4,614 Lebanon... 458 17,628 Leechburg. 789 2,459 Lehighton, 475 4,629 1910 51,913 52,127 5,205 3,006 7,194 6,855 5,601 2,796 4,317 4,634 5,369 3,535 3,456 12,191 4,145 6,323 5,357 12,837 3,572 5,345 7,413 3,134 19,357 14,544 3,860 9,256 3,003 20,728 2,891 17,040 10,303 10,009 6,117 5,250 11,800 9,615 38,537 S%326 6,851 3,155 5,154 11,084 11,454 12,845 7,480 5,252 5,991 3,100' 4,583 7,517 6,305 9,331 8,174 4,046 3,326 3,304 12,623 17,615 15,727 7,487 5,046 3,548 5,615 3,330 28,523 8,407 3,902 3,501 3,192 66,525 5,830 3,537 4,850 5,749 3,118 9,767 3,060 6,197 4,027 "-3,504 4,030 5,401 4,396 5,540 9,058 13,012 5,909 3,674 7,057 64,186 25,452 3,734 18,713 6,861 5,749 8,077 3,158 5,381 4,334 55,482 5,285 6,626 6,449 4,311 5,651 47,227 8,321 4,066 9,288 8,777 19,240 3,624 5,316 Lewisburg. 450 3,457 3,0p1 Lewistown. 495 4,451 8,166 Lockhaven. 560 7,210 7,772 Luzerne.... 575 3,817 5,426 McAdoo....1802 2,122 3,389 McKeesport. 752 34,227 42,694 McKees R'ks 725 6,352 14,702 M\'h'noy C'y.1231 13,504 15,936 Mauch Ch'k.1674 4,029 3,952 Mayfield...... 2,300 3,683 Meadville...1078 10,291 12,780 Mech'nicsb'g 456 3,841 4,469 Media..... 210 3,075 3,562 Meyersville.2054 3,024 3,741 Middletown. 304 5,)608 5,374 Millvale....1088 6,736 7,861 Milton..... 473 6,175 7,460 Miners M'ls 600 2,224 3,159 Minersville. 697 4,815 7,240 Monaca.... 755 2,008 3,376 Monessen.. 762 2,197 11,775 Monongah'la 754 5,173 7,598 Moosic.... 662 1,227 3,964 Mt. Carmel.1056 13,179 17,532 Mt. Oliver..... 2,295 4,241 Mt. Pleas'nt.1258 4,745 5,812 Mt. Union.. 598 1,086 3,338 Munhall... 754.... 5,185 Nanticoke...540 12,116 18,877 Nazareth.. 408 2,304 3,978 New Br'ton. 750 6,820 8,329 New Castle. 806 28,339 36,280 New K'ns't'n 453 4,665 7,707 Norristown. 80 22,265 27,875 No. Bradd'ck... 6,535 11,824 Northamp'n. 306.... 8,729 "Nc-"ýerland. 452 2,748 3,517.akmont... 764 2,323 3,436 Oil City....1045 13,264 15,657 Old Forge..... 5,630 11,324 Olyphant.. 768 6,180 8,505 Parsons.... 581 2,529 4,338 Patton..... 492 2,651 3,907 Pen Argyl. 831 2,784 3,967 Philad'phia. 9 1,293,697 1,549,00b Philipsburg.1433 3,266 3,585 Phoenixv'e.. 110 9,196 10,743 Pitcairn...... 2,601 4,975 Pittsburg.. 842 451,512 533,905 Pittston... 778 12,556 16,267 Plymouth.. 535 13,649 16,996 Pottstown.. 138 13,696 15,599 Pottsville.. 611 15,710 20,236 Quakert'n... 536 3,014 3,801 Rankin.... 756 3,775 6,042 Reading... 280 78,961 96,071 Renovo.... 672 4,082 4,621 Reynolsv'e..l372 3,435 3,189 Ridgway..1371 3,515 5,408 Rochester. 707 4,688 5,903 Royersford. 129 2,607 3,073 St. Clair......... 5,640 (Alleghe1y) St. Clair... 749 4,638. 6,455 (Schuylkill) St. Marys..1740 4,295 6,346 Sayre..... 772 5,243 6,426 Sch'yk'l Hav 526 3,654 4,747 Scottdale..1061 4,261 5,456 Scranton.. 805 102,026 129,867 Sewickley. 732 3,568 4,479 Shamokin. 730 18,202 19,588 Sharon.... 852 8,916 15,270 Sharpsburg. 733 6,842 8,153 Sharpsville. 872 2,970 3,634 Shenandoah.1249 20,321 25,774 Shippensb'g. 649 3,228 3,457 Slatington. 366 3,773 4,454 S. Bethleh'm 238 13,241 19,973 S. Brownsv'e... 1,805 S,943 S. Fork....... 2,635 4,592 S. Sharon...... 10,190 S. Wil'msp't... 3,328 3,734 Steelton... 306 12,086 14,246 Stroudsb'g. 426 3,450 4,379 Summit Hill... 2,986 4,209 Sunbury.. 450 9,810 13,770 Susqueha'na 910 3,813 3,478 Swissvale. 922 1,716 7,381 Swoyersv'le.... 2,264 5,396 Tamaqua.. 800 7,267 9,462 Tarentum. 777 5,472 7,414 Taylor.... 682 4,215 9,060 Throop....... 2,204 5,133 Titusville..1148 8,244 8,533 Towanda.. 754 4,663 4,281 Turtle C'k.... 3,262 4,995 Tyrone.... 909 5,847 7,176 Union City.396 3,104 3,684 Uniontown.. 981 7,344 13,344 Vandergrift. 800 2,076 3,876 V'grift H'ts... 1,910 3,438 Warren....1137 8,043 11,080 Washingt'n.1029 7,670 18,778. WVaynesboro 712 5,396 7,199 *Waynesburg 935 2,544 3,545 Wellsboro.1-308 2,954 3,183 W. Berwick........ 5,512 W. Chester. 455 9,524 11,767 W. Hazleton... 2,516 4,715 W. Hom'st'd....... 3,009 W. Pittston. 577 5,846 6,848 Wilkes-B're. 575 51,721 67,105 "Wilkin'b'rg. 923 11,886 18,924 Williamsp't. 522 28,757 31,860 Wdilmerding... 4,179 6,133 Windber.......... 8,013 Winton... 872 3,425 5,280 Wyoming.. 557 1,900 3,010 York...... 385 33,708 44,750 RHODE ISLAND Gaffney.... 773 3,937 4,767 Rutland... 562 11,499 13,54b Georgetown 12 4,138 5,530 St. Albans.. 383 6,239 6,381 Greenville.. 966 11,860 15,741 St. Johnsb'y 711 5,666 6,693 Greenwood. 671 4,824 6,614 Springfield... 2,040 3,250 Laurens... 589 4,029 4,818 W. Rutland. 494 2,914 3,427 Marion..... 68 1,831 3,844 Winooski.. 190 3,783 4,520 Newberry.. 502 4,607 5,028 Orangeburg. 252 4,455 5,906 VIRGINIA Rock Hill... 664 5,485 7,216 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Spartanburg. 875 11,395 17,517 Alexandria. 47 14,528 15,329 Sumter.... 169 5,673 8,109 Bristol....1698 4,579 6,247 Union..... 578 5,400 5,623 Buena Vista... 2,388 3,245 SOTH DAKOTA Charlot'sv'e. 482 6,449 6,765 SOUTH DAKOTA Clifton F'ge.1047 3,579 5,748 Place Altitude 1900 910 Covington.1245 2,950 4,231 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Danville... 413 16,520 19,02c Abodeen..1300 4,087 10,783 Fred'icksb'g 47 5,068 5,8 -Deadwood..4543 3,498 3,653 Hampton.. 3 2,764 5,50.5 Huron.....1283 2,793 5,791 Harrisonb'g.1338 3,521 4,879 Lead.......5119 6,210 8,392 Lynchburg.. 681 18,891 29,194 Madison...1672 2,550 3,137 Martinsville 934 2,384 3,368 Mitchell...1297 4,055 6,515 N'port News 22 19,635 20,205 Pierre.....1440 2,306 3,656 Norfolk....12 46,624 67,452 Rapid.....3196 1,342 3,854 Petersburg.. 74 21,81C 24,127 Redfield...1299 1,015 3,060 Portsmouth 12 17,427 33,190 Sioux Falls.1420 10,266 14,094 Pulaski....1904,813 4,807 Watertown. 1738 3,352 7,010 Radford...1773 3,344 4,201 Yankton...1233 4,125 3,787 Richmond. 164 85,050 127,628 Roanoke... 904 21,495 34,874 TENNESSEE Salem. 1200 3,412,849 S. Boston... 318 1,851 3,516 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Staunton..1380 7,289 10,604 Bristol....1689 5,271 7,148 Suffolk.... 50 3,827 7,00P Chattanooga 674 30,154 44,604 Winchester. 717 5,161 5,86 -Clarksville 419 9,431 8,548 Wytheville.2230 3,,003 3,05 -Cleveland 864 3,858 5,549 Columbia.. 656 6,052 5,754 'WASINTGTON Dyersburg. 350 3,647 4,149 Fayetteville. 297 2,708 3,439 Place Altitu, 1900 1910 Harriman.. 783 3,442 3,061 Aberdeen.. 30 3,747 i3,660 Humboldt.. 340 2,866 3,446 Anacortes. '5. 1,476 4,168 Jackson.... 394 14,511 15,779 Bellingham, d0 11,062 24,298 JohnsonC'y.1631 4,645 8,502 Centralia.. 188 1,600 7,311 Knoxville.. 933 32,637 36,346 Chehalis.. 188 1,775 4,50, Lebanon... 512 1,956 3,659 Ellensburg..1510 1,737. 4,209 Lenoir City. 784... 3,392 Everett.... 11 7,8?8 24,81 Memphis.. 117 102,320 131,105 Hillyard.. 3,276 Morristown. 1283 2,973 4,007 Hoquiam 10 2 o08 8,0 Murfr'sboro. 573 3,999 4,679 N. Yakima.1057 1,154 3-,082 Nashville.. 546 80,865 110,364 Olympia... 17 3,863 6,996 Paris...... 474 2,018 3,881 Port T'nsend 3,443 4,181 Park City. 662.... 5,126 Puyallup.. 49 1,884 4,544 Rockwood. 873 2,899 3,660 Roslyn....2218 2,786 3,126 Tullahoma..1060 2,684 3,049 Seattle.... 19 80,671 237,191 Union City. 328 3,407 4,389 Snohomish. 50 2,101 3,241 South Bend. 6 711 3,023 TEXAS Spokane...1891 3P,848 104,402 Tacoma.... 11O 7,714 83,743 Pla^. Altitude 1900 1910 Vancouver. 73 3,126 9,30(; Abilene....1738 3,411 9,204 WallaWalla. 000 10,049 19,364 Amarillo..3658 1,442 9,957 Wenatchee. 639 451 4,050 Austin. 650 22,258 29,860 Ballinger..1630 1,128 3,536 W ST IGINIA. Bay City... 55 3,156 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Beaumont-. 21 9,427 20,640 Benwood..648 4,511 4,9-6 Beeville... 214.... 3,269 Bluefield..2563 4,644 11,18 Belton. 511 3,70-O 4,164 Charleston 602 11,099 22,996 Big Sp'ngs 2397 4,102 Chester.... 704 3,18 -Bonham... 566 5,042 4,844 Clarksburg..1034 4,050 9,201 Brenham. 350 5,968 4,718 Elkins..... 1940 2,016 5,260 Brownsville. 57 6,305 10,517 Fairmont.. 884 5,655 9,71 Brownwood 1342 3,965 6,967 Grafton...985 5,650 7,560 Bryan..... 367 3,589 4,132 Hinton....1372 3,763 3,65C Cameron.. 390 3,341 3,263 Huntington. 565 11,923 31,16t Childress..1877 692 3,818 Keyser....802 2,536 3,705 Cleburne.. 764 7,493 10,364 Martinsburg" 428 7,564 10,698 Coleman...1.690 1,362 3,046 Morgantown 821 1,895 9,150 Corpus Ch"'i 35 4,703 8,222 Moundsville. 614 5,362 8.918 Corsicana. 418 9,313 9,749 Parkersburg 638 11,703 17,842 Crockett.. 350 2,612 3,947 Princeton..2469...... 3,027 Cuero..... 177 3,442 3,109 Richwood.2189 3,061 Dallas..... 436 42,638 92,104 Wellsburg 635 2,588 4,189 Drnison... 723 11,807 13,632 Wheelin 637 38,878 41,641 -enton....620 4,187 4,732 Williamson. 610 3,561 Eagle Pass. 726 3,536 El Paso....3762 15,906 39,279 WISCONSIN Ennis..... 548 4,919 5,669 Ft. Worth.. 670 26,688 73,312 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Gainesville. 738 7,874 7,624 Antigo.....1489 5,145 7,196 Galveston.. 6 37,789 36,981 Appleton.. 709 15,085 16,773 Georgetown. 442 2,790 3,096 Ashland... 669 13,074 11,596 Gonzales.. 300 4,297 3,139 Baraboo.... 897 5,751 6,321 Greenville. 549 6,860 8,850 Beaver Dam 872 5,128 6,758 Hillsboro.. 634 5,346 6,115 Beloit..... 750 10,436 15,125 Houston... 53 44,633 78,800 Berlin..... 768 4,489 4,636 H'ston H'ts 63 800 6,984 Burlington. 762 2,526 3,212 Laredo.... 438 13,429 14,855 Chip'wa F'ls. 866 8,094 8,893 Longview. 336 3,591 5,155 Cudahy....... 1,366 3,691 McKinney. 592 4,342 4,714 De Pere.... 594 4,038 4,477 Marlin....... 3,092 3,878 Eau Claire.. 762 17,517 18.310 Marshall.. 375 7,855 11,452 FondduLac. 800 15,110 18,797 Min'ral W'ls... 2,048 3,950 Ft. Atkinson... 3 043 3,877 Mt. Pleas'nt 397 3,137 Gd. Rapids..1016 4,493 6,521 Nacogd'ches 283 1,827 3,369 Green Bay.. 617 18,684 25,236 Navasota.. 215 3,857 3,284 Janesville 804 13,185 13,894 New Br'fels 637 2,097 3,165 Kaukauna..... 5,115 4,717 Orange.... 10 3,835 5,527 Kenosha... 611 11,606 21,371 Palestine.. 510 8,297 10,482 La Crosse.. 7i4 28,895 30,417 Paris..:.... 592 9,358 11,269 Lake Geneva... 2.585 3.079 Pt. Arthur. 8 uu,b00 Madison... 955 19164 25531 Quanah...1568 1,651 3,127 Manitowoc. 616 11,786 13,027 San Angelo1847.... 0,321 Marinette.. 600 16195 14,610 San Antonio 654 53,321 96,614 Marshfield.1271 5,240 5,783 San Marcos. 581 2,292 4,071 Menashai 7.65 5,589 6,081 Seguin.... 553 2,421 3,116 " ~enasha.,. 7 5,589 6,081 Segurman..728 10,243 12,412 Menominee. 800 5,655 5,036 Sherman..8 7^ i,z4< 12,412 1MeripT-n 19^9 0^7 or? on Smithville 324 2,577 3,167 Merrill....1263 8,537 8,689 Stamford.1603 3,902 Milwaukee. 636 285,315 373,857 S'lph'r Sp'gs503 3,635 5,151 Monroe....1066 3,927 4,410 Sweetwater. 2164 670 4,176 Neenah.... 753 5,954 5,734 Taylor....583 4,211 5,314 New London 755 2,742 3,383 Teague 3,288 Oconomowoc 858 2,880 3,054 Temple... 630 7,065 10,993 Oconto.... 593 5,646 5,629 Terrell....530 6,330 7,050 Oshkosh... 744 28,284 33,062 Texarkana.. 282 5,256 9,790 Platteville. 993 3,340 4,452 Tyler.. 521 8,069 10,400 Plymouth.. 843 2,257 3,094 Uvalde 910 1,889 3,998 Pt. Washgtn. 717 3,010 3,792 Vernon.... 1205 1,993 3,195 Portage.... 809 5,459 5,440 Victoria... 187 4,010 3,673 Prai.duChien 690 3,232 3,149 WVaco.... 424 20,686 26,425 Racine..... 633 29,102 38,002 Waxahachie. 515 4,215 6,205 Rhinelander 1555 - 4,998 5,637 Weatherford 864 4,786 5,074 Rice Lake..1148 3,002 3,968 Wichita F'ls 946 2,480 8,200 Ripon...... 921 3,818 3,739 Yoakum... 322 3,499 4,657 Sheboygan. 589 22,962 26,398 So. Milw'kee... 3,392 6,092 UTAH Sparta..... 791 3,555 3,973 Stevens Pt..1113 9,524 8,692 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Stoughton.. 861 3,431 4,761 Brigham...4305 2,859 3,685 Sturg'n Bay... 3,372 4,262 Eureka.... 6464 3,085 3,416 Superior... 628 31,091 40,384 Logan... 4507 5,451 7,522 Tomah..... 960 2,840 3,4J Murray..4310... 4,057 Two Rivers. 587 3,784 4,850 Ogden... 4307 16,313 25,580 Washburn.. 645....... 3,830 Park..... 6852 3,759 3,439 Watertown. 825 8,437 8,829 Provo..... 4512 6,185 8,925 Waukesha 970 7,419 8,740 Salt L. City 1248 53,531 92,777 Waupun... 894 3,185 3,362 Spanish F'k.4570 2,735 3,464 Wausau...1221 12354 16560 Springville. 4555 3,422 3,356 Wauwatosau...1221 1654 2,354 16,560 ~ W-auwatosa. 654 2,842 3.346 VER.nMONmT West Allis........... 6.645 Whitewater. 823 3,405 3,224 Place Altitude 1900 1910 WYOMING. Barre..... 515 8,448 10,734 Bellows F'ls 298 4,337 4,883 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Bennington 682 5,656 6,211 Cheyenne..6088 14.807 11,3200 Brattleboro. 335 5,297 6,517 Laramie...7165 8,207 8,237 Burlington.. 268 18,640 20,468 Rawlins...6745 2,317 4,256 Hartford. 3,817 4,179 Rock Spgs.6261 4,363 5.778 Montpelier 484 6,266 7,856 Sheridan.10.385 1.559 8,408 Place Altitude 1900 1910 Bristol.... 53 6,901 8,565 Burrillville.... 6,317 7,878 Central F'ls 88 18,167 22,754 Coventry.. 305 5,279 5,848 Cranston.. 84 13,343 21,107 Cumberland... 8,925 10,107 E. Greenw'h.. 2,775 3,420 E. Prov'd'ce 29 12,138 15,808 Johnston..... 4,305 5,935 Lincoln....... 8,937 9,825 Newport... 44 22,441 27,149 N. Kingston... 4,194 4,048 N. Prov'd'ce... 3,016 5,407 Pawtucket. 79 39,231 51,622 Providence. 11 175,597 224,326 Scituate...... 3,361 3,493 S. Kingston... 4,972 5,176 Tiverton... 2,977 4,032 Warren.... 26 5,108 6,585 Warwick..... 21,316 26,629 Westerly. 34 7,541 8,696 Woonsocket. 162 28,204 38,125 SOUTH CAB3OLINA Place Altitude 1900 1910 Abbeville.. 520 3,766 4,459 Aiken...... 490 3,414 3,911 Anderson. 764 5,498 9,654 Camden.... 221 2,441 3,569 Charleston 10 55,807 58,833 Chester... 487 4,075 4,754 Clinton... 657 1,869 3,272 Columbia. 190 21,108 26,319 Darlington 155 3,028 3,789 Florence... 138 4,647 7,057

Page  195 195 ARMIES OF THE WORLD. Peace Reserves. Total War Available COUNTRIES. Strength. (a) Strength. for Duty,Unorganized(b) Argentina............................ 17,000 223,000 240, 000 500,000 Austria-Hungary................... 367,000 3,317,000 5,117,000 3,000,000 Belgium.............................. 40, 000 125,000 165, 000 350,000 Bolivia............................... 3,000 50,000 53,000 125,000 Brazil*................................ 28,000 (k) 25,000 53,000 1,000,000 Bulgaria............................. 52,500 297,500 350,000 100, 000 Chile.................................. 50,000 132,000 147,000 250,000 China................................. 90,000 100,000 190,009 (i)........ Colombia.........'................... 5,000 45, 000 50,000 200,000 Denmark............................. 13,000 57,000 70,000 125,000 Ecuador.............................. 4,300 40, 000 44,300 50,000 France..............**,*,* - (c) 600,000 1, 500, 000 2,100, 000 1, 000, 000 Germany......... I....620,000 3, 380,000 1, 000,000 2,000,000 Great Britain and Ireland....... (d) 257,000 (e) 543,000 800,000 1,700,000 Greece............................... 25,000 25,000 50,000 200,A000 Guatemala......;..................... 7,000 50,000 57, 000 50, 000 Haiti.................................. 6,000...... 6,000 60,000 Italy 225,000 300,000*0 525,000 1,200,000 Japan....................... I.......... 450,000 1,050,000 1, 000,000 1, 300,000 Mexico................................ 26,600 58, 000 84, 600 1, 000,000 Netherlands......................... (f) 34,000 68,000 102, 000 200,000 Nicaragua............................ 3,000 27, 000 30,000 20,000 Norway............................... 18,000 95,000 113,000 100,000 Peru................................... 4,000 46,000 50,000 75,000 Portugal............................ (g) 30,000 90,000 120,000 200, 000 Roumania............................ 70,000 250,000 320,000 175,000 Russia................................ 1,200,000 3, 300, 000 4, 500,000 5,200,000 Salvador............................. 3,000 18,000 21,000 40,000 Servia................................. 35, 000 140,000 175,000 90,000 Spain................................. 80, 000 420,000 500, 000 780,000 Sweden................................ 28,000 300,000 328,000 200, 000 Switzerland.......................... (h) 200,000 (h) 54,000 254,000 50,000 Turkey................................ 375,000 350,000 725,000 2,000,000 United States....................... 100, 000 121, 580 221,580 15,493,125 Uruguay............................. 4,000 36,000 40, 000 40, 000 Venezuela........................... 5,600 75,000 80,600 300,000 (a) Except as to some of the principal and a few of the minor states, it is doubtful whether the numbers given of the reserves or auxiliary forces could be mobilized and made effective within a considerable period of time. (b) These figures are based on estimated male population of military age, deducting total "war strength." In some states, all men Of military age are enrolled in national mil'tia and are partly trained. (c) Exclusive of Colonial troops. (d) Including regular forces at home, in the colonies, and 76,000 men in India and excluding the native Indian army of 160,000. (e) Includes army reserves and territorial force. (f) Exclusive of Colonial army, of 36,000. (g) Exclusive of Colonial troops. (h) Trained National miltia. (i) National and organized provincial troops; Army being reorganized. (k) National guard. NAVIES OF THE WORLD. COUiNTRIES. Y.yo 2. 0 8 6 Argentina........... 1 5 2 2.. 4 8.. 6, 000 Austria-Hungary......................... 9 3 8.. 4.. 9 18 12,899 Brazil..................................... 3 1 1 3 5 8,000 Chile....................................... 2 1 1 1 2.. 6 14.. 8,000 C hina......................................... 1 3........ Colom bia....................................... 7.... 60 Denmark................................ 3000 France..................................... 13 10 15 12 21 14.. 83150 88 54,174 Germany (a)................... 28 9 13 6 32 47..116 70 14 54,067 Great Britain and Ieland (b)....... 39 23 53 34 34.. 153 116 84 128,533 Greece................................ 3..... 8.... 12 4, 000 Italy....................................... 7 5 7 3 13 13.. 33 75 19 29,941 Japan (c).................................. 11 4 13 4 -13 6 58 48 14 46,485 M exico.......................................5 2 1,163 Netherlands............................. 9.. 7.. 1 1 50 1 10,822 Norway................................... 4........ 3 2.. 29. 1,130 Peru...................................... 3 6...... 1000 Portugal.................................. 6.... 19.. 2 4 2 6,107 Roumania................................. 1 14... 6.. 1,650 R ussia..................................... 11 6 2 8.. 87. 74 37 60.000 Siam.... 1 21 5,110 Spain *.....*1.. 8........ 5 5,000 Sw eden '................................. 5 7 1 5 11 6 51 10 4,000 Turkey..................................... 5 1 2 2 2 4 8.. 39, 929 United States (d)....................... 25 9 15 22 6 21 10 40 33 35 55,548 (a) Reserve of 110,000 men. (b) Naval Res1rves 46,471. (c) Reserve of 114,000 men.. (d) Naval militia 6,301 men. REGULAR ARMY ANPID MILITIA OF THE UN~ITED STATES. Organizedl andl Unorganized. FI. 8..m STATES. Offlclal Designation of the ~ ' - ~ Organized Militia. Ma B ~ a ~ Alabama---Alabama National Guard...... 50 190 240 3,134~ 3, 374 350, 000 Arizona--National Guard of Arizona...... 5 43 48 568 616 40, 000 Arkansas--Arkansas National Guard.... 35 101 136 1, 534 1, 670 325, 000 California --National Guard of California 31 168 `199 2, 777 2, 976 309, 546 Colorado--National. Guard of Colorado... 17 59 76 -887 963 131, 000 ConneCticut--Connectic't 1National Guard 28 152 180 2, 441 2, 621 124, 991 Delaware-Organized Militia of Del'w're 7 37 44 336 380 32,000 District of Col'bin--Nat. Gu'rd of D. C. 30 85 115 1,664 1,779 62,634 Florida-Florida State Troops.............. 25 76 101 1,777 1,278 264,335 Georgia--National Guard of Georgia... 34 203 237 2,686 2,923 500.000 Hawaii--National Guard of Hawaii...... 12 35 47 572 619 8,000 rdaho -N'ational Guard of Idaho.......... 8 49 "57 560 617 30,000 Illinois-Illinois National Guard........ 75 445 520 5,746 6,266 1,031,488 Indiana--Indiana National Guard...... 32 147 179 2,106 2,285 638,560 Iowa-Iowa National Guard.............. 26 197 223 2,664 2,887 302,000 Kansas-Kansas National Guard........ 30 103 133 1,565 1,698 350,000 Kentucky--Kentucky State Guard...... 28 112 140 1,712 1,852 336,000 Louisiana--La. State National Guard..... 16 111 127 1,692 1,819 400,000 Maine-Nat. Guard of the State of Me. 14 102 116 1,266 1,382 103,375 Maryland-Maryland Nlational Guard.... 27 130 157 1,944 2,101 180,000 Massachus'etts-Mass. Volunteer Militia 93 349 442 5,403 5,845 533,264 Michigan-Michigan National Guard.. 42 161 203 2,703 2,906 705,000 Minnesota-Minnesota National Guard. 42 165 207 2,598 2,805 221,000 Mississippi--Mississippi Nat. Guard.... 40 101 141 1,422 1,563 325,000 Missouri-National Guard of Missouri.. 49 205 254 3,262 3,516 650,000 Montana--National Guard of Montana.. 8 34 42 515 557 37,000 Nebraska--Nebraska National Guard.. 29 88 117 953 1,070 130,000 Nevada*--Nevada National Guard............ 19,000 New Hampshire--N. H. National Guard 21 68 89 1,154 1.243 40,000 New Jersey--Nat. Guard of N'ew Jersey 105 255 360 3,955 4,315 559,456 New Mexico-National Guard of N. i\. 11 44 55 711 766 68,000 New York-National Guard of New 'York 198 796 994 15,295 16,289 1,436,275 North Carolina--N. C. National Guard.. 44 177 221 2,174 2,395 290,000 North Dakota--NW. D. National Guard.. 11 59 70 678 748 -~60,000 Ohio-Ohio National Guard.............. 87 430 517 5,776 6,293 1,085,110 Oklahoma-Oklahoma National Guard.. 11 48 59 898 957 140,000 Oregon--Oregon National Guard... 21 91 112 1,411 1,523 130,000 Pennsylvania--Nuational Guard of Penn. 104 618 722 9,558 10,280 1,081,845 Rhode Island-Rhode-Island Nat. Guard 25 84 109 989 1,098 90,000 South Carolina-National Guard of S. C. 31 152 183 1,748 1,931 213.274 South Dakota--South Dakota Nat. Gu'rd 16 60 76 690 766 70,000 Tennessee-N'at. Guard of Tennessee.. 25 106 131 1,409 1,540 425,000 Texas-Texas National Guard.......... 43 177 220 2,804 3,024 500,000 Utah--National Guard of Utah............ 14 36 50 387 437 30,000 Vermont--Vermont National Guard.... 7 60 67 850 917 46,500 Virginia--Virginia Volunteers............ 27 160 187 2,311 2,498 250,000 Washin-,ton--National Guard of Wash. 9 69 78 929 1,007 200,000 West Virginia--W. V. National Guard.. 17 90 107- 1,280 1,387 175,000 Wisconsin- Wisconsin National Guard. 23 169 192 2, 888 3,080 438,472 Wyoming--Wyoming National Guard.. 7 44 51 665 716 25,000 Total............ 1695 7438 9133 11-2447 121580 15493125 *No organized militia. Alaska has no militia, though provision is made for such. if need arises. Guam a-rd Samoa have each a small provisional force, used more for police purposes than for military. The Philippines have a constabul~ary force which can be used either for police or war purposes, provided the.latter is on the islands. Porto Rico has a regiment of eight companies of infantry which is a part of the army. The enlisted men of this regiment are natives of Porto Rico. The reserve militia in the Southern States is assumed to include negroes capable of bearing arms. GOVERNMENTS OF THE WORLD, DEPENDENCIES AND OFFICIAL HEAD COUNTRY. OFFICIAL HEAD, TITLE. BORN. ACCEDED Abyssinia....................... Lii Yasu........... Emperor.......................... 1896.................. 1909 Afghanistan...................... Habibullah Khan.................................. Ami........... Oct. 3,1901 A lbania................................................................................ K ing. A ndorra........................... Council of Tw enty-four........................................................................................ Argentina........................ Dr. Victorino de la Plaza........................... President....................................... Oct. 12, 1916 Austria-Hungary................. Franz Josef I..................................... Emperor.............. August 18, 1830......... Dec. 2.1848 Belgium.......................... Albert I....................................... Dec. 17,1909 Belgian Kongo.................. Albert I. (King of the Belgians)................. Sovereign............... April 8, 1875......... Dec. 17,1909 Bhutan........................... Sir Ugyen Wangchut:.............................. Maharaja............................................... 1907 Bolivia............................ Dr. Ismael Montes....................-............. President...................................... Aug. 15,1913 Brazil............................. W enceslao Braz.................................... President...................................... M arch 1,1914 Bulgaria........................... Ferdinand............................................ King...................... Feb. 26,1861...... August 14,1887 Chile.............................. Dr. Ramon Barros Luc(......................... President..................................... Dec. 23, 1910 China............................. Yuan Shih-X'ai................................... President................ Sept. 16,1859...... October 10,1913 Colombia........................ Don Jose Vicente Concha......................... President.................................... August 7.1914 Costa Rica........................ Alfredo Gonzalez........................... President........................................ May 8, 1914 Cuba.............................. Gen. M ario G. Menocai...........................President...................................... M ay 20, 1913 Deninark.......................... Christian X....................................... King.................... Sept. 26,1870........Ilay 14, 1912 Ecuador...........................Gen. Leonidas Plaza................................ President...................................... April 1, 1912 France............................ M. Raymond Poincare........................... President........................ 1858......... Jan. 17,1913 Algeria.......................... M. C. Lutaud..............o......................... Governor General............................ M arch 22, 1911 Annam.......................... Duy-Tan............................................Kin g.............................. 1899.......... Oct..., 1907 Cambodia....................... Sisow aT h........................................... King.................................................... 1904 French Equatorial Africa.......................................................... Governor General...................................... 1912 French Indo-China.............................:..................................... Governor General.......................................... Madagascar................... M. Albert Picquie................................. Governor General...................................... 1910 Tunis........................... Sidi Mohamed Ben Nasr........................... Bey............................... 1855......... May 12,1906 Germany.......................... Wilhelm r.........or. Jan. 27, 1859........ June 15, 1888 Alsace-Lorraine....o............Dr. yon Dallwitz.......................... Statthalter" "................................ May 1, 1914 Anhalt.......................... Friedrich........................................... Duke.................. August 19, 1856......... Jan. 24, 1901 Baden...........................Friedrich II.................. o..................... Grand Duke............. July 9,1857........ Sept. 28, 1907 Bavaria.......................... Ludwig III........#..............................King....................... Jan. 7,1845.......... Nov. 8,1913 Brunswick...................... Ernest Augustus............................... Duke...................... Nov. 17,1887......... Nov. 1, 1913 Hesse...........................Ernst Ludwig...................................... Grand Duke............. Nov. 25,1868...... March 13, 1892 Lippe................... o...... Leopold IV...................................... Prince.................... May 30,1871........ Sept.'27, 1904 Mecklenburg-Schwerin......... Friedrich Franz IV................................. Grand Duke............. Aprll 9, 1882........April 10, 1897 Mecklenburg-Strelitz........... Adolf Friedrich VI................................ Grand Duke.............. June 17, 1882........ June 11,1914 Oldenburg................... Friedrich August................... o..........Grand Duke............. Nov. 16,1852........ June 13, 19o0 Prussia.......................... W ilhelm II..........o..............................:K ing..............Jan. 27,1859........ June 15, 1888 Reuss (Elder)................... Heinrich XXIV................................... Prince..............*.*.March 20, 1878.....;...April'19, 1902 Reuss (Younger)............... Heinrich XXVII.................................. Prince.............. Nov. 10,1858....... March 31, 1913 Saxe-Altenburg................. Ernst II........................................ Duke.................. August 81, 1871.......... Feb. 7, 1908 Saxe-Coburg and Gotha........ Charles:Edward...................................:....... July 19,1884......... July 30, 1900 Saxe-Meiningen..........o...... Bernhard.............................................Duke.................... April 1,1851......... June 25,1914 Saxony, Grand Duchy.......... Wilhelm Ernst.................................... Grand Duke............. June 10, 1876......... Jan. 5,1901 Saxony, Kingdom.............. Friedrich August III..............................King...................... May 25, 1865......... Oct. 15, 1904 Schaumburg-Lippe.............. Adolf............................................ Prince................... Feb, 22, 1883........ April 29, 1911 Schwarzburg-1Rudolstadt....... Gunther.............................................Prince................. August 21,1852......... Jan. 19, 18ý0 Waldeck........................ Fi iedrich.......................................... Pr:ince................... Jan. 20,1865......... May 12, 1893 "Wurttemberg................... Wilhelm II........................................ King.............. Feb. 25,1848......... Oct. 6, 1891 Great Britain and Ireland.........George V...........................................King..................... June 3, 1865.....,....May 6, 1910 Australia....................... The Rt. Hon. R. C. Munro-Ferguson.............. Governor General....................................... Canada.......................... H. R. H. the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn.. Governor General............................. Jan. 30, 1911 India...........................The Rt. Hon. Baron Hardinge.....................Governor General.............................Nov...,,1910 Newfoundland and Labrador...Walter Edward Davidson............................Governor....................................... Oct..., 1912 New Zealand................... The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Liverlpool................ Governor................................................... Union of South Africa.,........ The Rt. Hon. Viscount Buxton................... Governor General.......................................... Egypt..................... Hussein Kamil Pasha.............................. Sultan............................. 1854......... Dec. 19, 1914 Greece.......................... Konstantinos....................................... King..................... Aug. 2, 1868....... March 18,1913 Guatemala........................ Manuel Estrada Cabrera............................President.................Dec. 24,1856....... March 16, 1911 Haiti.............................Gen. Orestes Zamor............................... President....................Feb. 8,1914 Honduras......................... Dr. Francisco Bertrand............................ President......................... 1867,...... March 21.1913 Italy................................ Vittorio Emanuele II1............................ King..................... Nov. 11, 1869......... July 29, 1900 Eritrea......................... Marquis Giuseppe Salvago Raggi.................. Governor....................................... Jan.... 1907 Trlpoll.........................Signor Martini.......................................... Japan............................. Yoshihito, Mikado.......................o.......... Emperor.............. August 31,1879......... July 30,1912 Chosen.......................... H. E. Count General Terauchi..................... Governor General..................... August 23, 1910 Liberia..................... Daniel E. Howard..............o................ President..................................... Jan..., 1912 Liechtenstein............. John II........................................ Prince.................... Oct. 59 1840........ Nov. 12, 1858 Luxemburg.......................Marie Adelaide...............*............ *. * Grand Duchess......... June 14,1894........ Feb. 26, 1912 Mexico............................Gen. Vehiustrano Carranza........................ President....................................... Oct..., 1915 M onaco........................... Albert...o........................................ Prince................... Nov. 13,1848........ Sept. 10, 1889 Montenegro....................... Nicholas I......................................... King.... Sept. 25, 1S41...... August 14, 1860 Morocco........................... Mulai-Yusef........................................ Sultan. 1875......... Aug. 18, 1912 Nepal............................. Tribhubana Bir Bikram........................... Maharaja............. June 30, 1906......... Dec. it, 1911 Netherlands....................... Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria................ Queen................. August 31, 8SO........ Sept. 6, 1898 Dutch East Indies.............. &. W. F. Idenburg................................ Governor General.......................... August 20, 1909 Nicaragua......................... Alolfo Diaz........................................ President...................................... May 11, 1912 Norway........................... Haakou VII........................................ King.................. August 3, 1872........ Nov. 18.1]905 Oman.............................Seyyid Feysil bin Feysll........................... Sultan......................................... Oct. 5,1913 Panain a...........................Dr. Belisario Porras................................ President................................ Oct. 1, 1912 Paraguay........................... Edouardo Schaerer................................. President...................................... Aug. 15,1912 Persia............................ Sultan Ahmad Shah............................... Shah.............. July 16,1909 Peru.............................. Gen. Oscar R. Benuvides........................... Provisional President......;................... May 15,1914 Portugal.......................... Bernardino Machado.............................. President........................................ Oct. 5,1915 Roumania........................ Ferdinand I.................................. King...................,August 24, 1865......... Oct, 11,1914 Russia............................ Nicholas II.....;........................... Emperor................. May 18, 1868......... Nov. 1,1894 Bokhara........................ Sayid Mir-Alim Khan.............................. Amir..................... Jan. 3. 1880........ Jan. 6, 1911 Khiva............................ Seyid Asfendiar Khan............................han August 29, 1910 Salvador........................ Carlos Melendez............................... President...................................... March 1,1915 San M arino........................ Council of Sixty................................................................................................ Santo Domingo................... Juan Isidro Jimenez............................... President...................................... Dec. 5,1914 Serbia.............................. Peter I (Karageorgevitch)........................ King.................... June 29,1844......... June 2, 1903 Siam..............................Chowfa Ma~ha Vijiravudh.,........................ Kiing............... a.118.... c.2,11 Spain.............................Alphonso XIII.................................... King...........Ma 7186.....ay7,86 Sweden..................~...,......Gustaf V..................,,........................ ing........... ue1,1....Dc,10 Swit~zerland.....................,,Camille Decoppet..................................President,.,......................Jn 1,96 Turkey,............................Mohammed V......,........................... Sultan..........Nv,14....Arl2,10 United States of America......... WToodrow Wilson.,............................... President.,...............Dec. 28, 1856.... arh 4,11 UCruguay.........................,. Dr. Feliciano Viera.............................. President......................Mrh] 1 Venezuela........................ Dr. V. Marquiz Bustllios,.................... Provisional President.........,......... pl 411 AI Table Exhibiting the Difference of Time Between Washington and the Places 1amed. 'When the c'lock is at 12t noon, at W~ashington, it is at: Edinburg, Scot......1... 4.56 " Lisbon, Port............ 4.32 " Honolulu, Hawaii...... 6.30 a.m, Auckland, N. Z......... 4.58 " Sidney, Australia....... 3.13 " Pekin, China........... 12.54 p.m, Frankfort, Germany... 5.43 '0 Berne, Switz............ 5.38 " Rome, Italy;......... 5.58 " Berlin, Ger.....:....... 6.02 ~ Cape of Good Hope..... 6.22 66 St. Petersburg, Rus..... 7.10 ~ Jerusalem, Pal.......... 8.00 " Calcutta, Ind............ 11.02 " Constantinople, Tur.... 7.04 Vienna, Aus.-Hun...... 6.14 " Paris, France........... 5.17 " Dublin, Ireland......... 4.42 " Mexico, Mex........... 10.32 a.m, Vera Cruz, MIex........ 10.43 ~ San Salvador, C. A-n...ll.ll. Nicaragua, C. Am...... 11.26 " Havana, Cuba........... 11.38 " Spanishtown, Jam......12.00 m Santo Domingo, S. D...12.29 p.m. Rio Janeiro, Brazil...... 2.14 " Cape Horn.............. 12.40 " Santiago, Chile...........12.26 " Georgetown, Br. Gui... 1.16 " Buenos Ayres, Arg..... 1.16 " Lima, Peru............11.59 a.m. Panama................. 11.50 " Vicksburg, Miss........11.04 NewOrleans, La.......11.07 " Knoxville, Tenn.......11.33 " Memnphis, Tenn......... 11.08 " Louisville, KY.......... 11.25 Cleveland, 0............ 11.40 " FortWayne, Ind....... 11.28 " Chicago, Ill.............11.17 " St. Louis, Mo........... 11.08 " Iowa City, Ia............ 11.02 " Galveston, Tex......... 10.49 " Corpus Christi, Tex......10.38 " Salt Lake City, Utah.... 9.40 " San Francisco, Cal...... 8.58 " Portland, Ore........... 8.57 " Waliawalla, Wash...... 9.16 " Denver, Colo............10.08 " Janesville, Wis.......... 11.12 " Milwaukee, Wis........ 11.16" Detroit, Mich........... 11.36 " Lansing, Mich........... 11.30 " Madison, Wis............ 11.12 ' St. Paul, Mfinn.......... 10.51 5; Topeka, Kan........... 10.46 " Omaha, Nob............ 10.44 Olympia, Wash......... 9.57 " Salem, Ore,............. 9.56 Sacramento, Cal........ 9.02 " Santa Fe, N. M......... 10.04 " Austin, Tex............ 10.37 " Des Moines, Ia.......... 10.53 " Jefferson City, Mo...... 10.59 " Springtield, Ill...........11.09 " Indianapolis, lnd........ 11.24 " Columbus, 0............ 11.36 " Frankfort, Ky.......... 11.29 "C Nashville, Tenn.........11.21, Little Rock, Ark........ 10.59 " Baton Rouge, La.........11.30 " Jackson, Miss........... 11.07" Montgomery. Ala...... 11.25 " Tallahassee, Fla........ 11.31 " Columbus, S. C......... 11.44 " Raleigh, N. C........... 11.55 "' Richmond, Va.......... 11.58 " Buffalo, N. Y........... 11.52 " Rochester, N. Y........ 11.58 ~ Charlottetown, P. E. I..12.55 p.m. Portland, Me.............12.27 " St. John, N. B.......... 1.36 66 Halifax, N. S........... 12.54 " Augusta, Ga...........11.40 a.m, Natchez, Miss.......... 11.03 "0 Fredericton, N. F..... 2.40 p.m. Cincinnati, 0........... 11.30 a.m. Quincy, Ill.............. 11.02 66 Toronto, Out............11.50 ' Sioux Fr.ils, S. Dak.....10.42 " Ottawa, Ont............. 12.05 p.m, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich..11.31 a.m, Pittsburg, Pa........... 11.43,, London, Eng............ 5.08 p.IO Philadelphia........... 12.07 p. M Baltimore,..............12.01 " Wilmington, Del....... 12.05 " Jersey City, N. J....... 12.11 " New York City, N. Y..112.12 " Springfield, Mass......12.18 66 Newport, R. I.......... 12.27 '" Hartford, Conn......... 12.17 ' Burlington, Vt.......... 12.15 " Portsmouth, N. R...... 12.25 " Bangor, Me............. 12.33 " Norfolk, Va.............12.03 " Augusta, Me.............12.29 16 Concord, N. H.......... 12.22 " Montpelier, Vt......... 12.18 " New Haven, Conn....... 12.17 66 Providence, R. I........2.22 " Boston, Mass.....,.....12.24 " Albany, N. Y........... 12.13 " Trenton, N. J.......... 12.09 " Dover, Del.............. 12.06 " Annapolis, Md.......... 12.02 " Harrisburg, Pa.......... 12.01 " Quebec, Que........... 12.23 " Montreal, Que.......... 12.11 " Wilmington, N. C......11.56 a.m. Charleston, S. C......... 11.48 " Savannah, Ga........... 11.44 " St. Augustine, Fla...... 11.42 " Mobile, Akla........... 1 ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY, The army in active service as now organized under the acts of Congress of February 2, 1901, January 25, 19()7, and April 23, 1908, comprises 15 regiments of cavalry, 765 officers and 12,775 enlisted men; 6 regiments of field artillery. 236 officers and 5,220 enlisted men; a coast artillery corps, 170 companies, 672 officers and 19,321 enlisted men; 30 regiments of infantry; 1,530 officers and 25,231 enlisted men; 3 battalions of engineers, 2,002 enlisted men, commanded by officers detailed from the corps of engineers; the Porto Rico Regiment of Infantry, 32 officers and 576 enlisted-men; staff corps. Service School detachments, Military Academy, Indian scouts, recruits, etc., 11,777 enlisted men, and a provisional force of 52 companies of native scouts in the Philippines, 180 officers and 5,732 enlisted men. The total number of commissioned officers, staff and line, on the active list is 4,453 (including 193 first lieutenants, Medical Reserve Corps on active duty), and the total enlisted strength, staff and line, is 76,911, exclusive of the provisional force and the hospital corps. The law provides that the total enlisted strength V' the army shall not exceed at any one time 100,000.

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Title: Map of the World on Mercator's Projection Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: P.M.; Cape Chelyuskin; Taimur Isl.; Taimur Bay; L. Taimur; Legato R.; Papigaiskoe; Sakalova; North East Cape; St. Thaddeus Bay; Khaninga Bay; Nordenskjold Sea; Nordwik Bay; Ust Anabarkoe; Olenek; Anabara R.; Govriga; Longitude East from Greenwich; Saunikof Land; Liakof Islands or New Siberia; Bielkova Isl.; Kotelnoi Isl.; Barkin; Mouths of the Lena River; Borkhaya B.; Bulun; Bennett Isl.; Fadievsko Isl.; New Siberia; C. Medvedshu; Maloi Isl.; C. Sviatoi; Liakof Isl.; Manic Isl.; Kromskaia B.; Ust Yansk; Kroma R.; Henrietta Isl.; Jeannette Isl.; Mouths of the Indigirka River; Allaika; Bear Is.; C. Meoveii; Midnight; ARCTIC OCEAN; Wrangel Isl.; Aiun Isl.; c. Chelakhskai; Herald Isl.; Icy Cape; Point Barrow; Smith Bay; C. Halket; Comparative time when noon at London (Greenwich); BEAUFORT SEA; Nigalek; Martin Pt.; Mackenzie Bay; Cape Dalhousie; Prince Patrick Isl.; Lands End; Eglinton Isl.; McClure Strait; C. Prince Albert; Banks Land; C. Kellett; Nelson Head; Franklin B.; Cape Bathurst; Prince Albert Sound; Parry Islands; Melville Isl.; Melville Sound; McClintock Channel; Pr. Albert Land; Minto Inlet; Victoria Land; Longitude West from Greenwich; North Cornwall; Grinnell Isl.; Bathurst Isl.; Byam Isl.; Cornwallis Isl.; Wellington Ch.; North Devon; Barrow Strait; Prince of Wales Isl.; North Somerset; Regent Inlet; Franklin Str.; Boothia; Magnetic Pole; Gulf of Boothia; Hayes Sound; Baghe Isl.; Ellesmere Land; Smith Sound; North Lincoln; C. Parry; Clarence Head; Jones Sound; Cobourg Isl.; Lancaster Sound; C. Liverpool; Bylot Isl.; Ponds Inlet; Cockburn Land; Baffin Land; Kane Basin; Prudhoe Land Peninsula; Pt. Foulke; Hayes; Inglefield Gulf; Wolstenholme Sound; C. York; Melville Bay; BAFFIN BAY; C. Shackleton; Upernavik; C. Bowen; C. Adair; Scott Inlet; Omenak Fiord; C. Walker; GREENLAND (Denmark); Peterman Pk.; Scoresby Land; Jameson Land; Edam Land; King William Land; C. Bismarck; Koldewey Isl.; Shannon Isl.; Gael Hamkes Bay; Francis Joseph Fiord; Bontekoe Isl.; C. Parry; Davy Sound; Liverpool Isl.; Scoresby Sound; C. Brewster; Noon; Prince Charles Foreland; GREENLAND SEA; Jan Mayen Isl.; Amsterdam Isl.; King B.; SPITZBERGEN; Ice Fiord; Bell Sound; Horn Sound; North East Land; Olga Strait; Barents Isl.; Wybe Jans Water; Edge Isl.; Thousand Is.; Hope Isl.; Bear Isl.; North Cape; Hammerfest; Longitude East from Greenwich; Wiches or King Charles Land; BARENTS SEA; Vardoehuus; Waranger Fiord; Northbrook Isl.; Hooker Isl.; Salm Isl.; Great Ice Cape; Cape Lutke; Admiralty Pen.; Matochkin Strait; Goose Bay; NOVA ZEMBLA; Strait of Kara; Cape Mauitius; Barents Ld.; C. Fern; KARA SEA; White Isl.; Gulf of Ob; Fulf of Yenisei; P.M.; Lonely Isl.; Rechesnoi Is.; Piasina R.; Swerevo; Kheta Riv.; Khatanga R.; Turishshk; Tunguska R.; RUSSIAN EMPIRE; Seganka; Michaelova; Krasnoi; Marka R.; Shigansk; SIBERIA; Villiui R.; Taen Arinskaia; Olekminsk; Olenek River; Lena River; VERKHOIANSKOI MTS.; Yana R.; Arctic Circle; Verkhalansk; E. Viliuisk; Yakutsk; Lena R.; Amginskaia; Indigirka R; Sredni; Kolymsk; Zashiversk; Alakh; Yunskaia; Tauiskaia; Alazeia R.; Nijni Kolymsk; Kolyma R.; Chijiga; C. Yakan; Chaoun R.; Takokagin; Anadir R.; Anadirskoi; Fenjinsk; Olutorsk; St. Matthew Isl. (U.S.); C. Lisburne; Pt. Hope; Kotzebue Sound; Gulf of Anadir; C. Chukotski; Bering Strait; C. Pr. Of Wales; Nome; St. Lawrence Isl.; C. Navarin (U.S.); Norton Sd.; St. Michael; C. Romanzof; Nelson Isl.; Initkilly; Colville R.; Ft. Morton; Kaukuk R.; ALASKA (United States); Nuklukayet; Yukon R.; Tanana R.; Anvik; Kuskoquim R.; Mt. Wrangel; Kenai; Peavy; Porcupine R.; Yukon; Ft. Good Hope; Circle; Eagle; Dawson; Ft. Selkirk; Mt. Logan; Orca; Mt. St. Elias; Dolphin & Union Str; McPherson; Old Ft. Good Hope; Ft. Norman; Mackenzie R.; DOMINION OF CANADA (BRITISH); Ft. Rae; Ft. Simpson; Ft. Frances; Ft. Liard; Wollaston Land; Coronation G; Great Bear Lake; Point; L. Pelly; Clinton; Doobuant L.; Great Slave L.; Ft. Resolution; Victoria Str; Boothia; Elliot B.; L. Garry; Ft. Hope; Chesterfield Inlet; Golden L.; Yathkyed L.; Island L.; Fisher Strait; HUDSON BAY; C. Wison; Fox Channel; Southampton Isl.; Mansfield Isl.; C. Wolstenholme; Mosquito Bay; C. Kater; C. Dyer; Cumberland Sound; C. Mercy; Hudson Strait; Frobisher Bay; Hall Isl.; Resolution Isl.; Ungava Bay; C. Chidley; Davis Strait; Disco Isl.; Godhavn; Disco B; Christians haab; Holsteinborg; Godthaab; Lichonfels; Frederikshaab; Ivigtut; Egede Land; Mt. Rigby; Christianix Land; Horror Bay; Kjoge Bay; Brede Fiord; Faxa Fiord; C. Juel; Denmark Strait; Cape Bille; Cape Discord; Knighton Inlet; Nord C.; ICELAND (Den.); Reykjavik; Arctic Circle; Langanaes; Faroe Is. (Den.); Shetland Is.; Tromsoe; Lofoden Is.; West Fiord; Trondhjem; NORWAY; Kiolen Mts.; Christiania; Gefie; Tornea R.; Karva; LAPLAND; Kniaja; Pitea; Tornea; Uleaborg; Umea; Gulf of Bothnia; Wasa; FINLAND; Kuopro; Viborg; Kola; Kolguev Isl.; C. Kanin; Barzuga; White Sea; Kem; Archangel; Onega; Dwina R.; L. Onega; L. Ladoga; Gulf of Cheskoi; Petchora Bay; Petchora R.; Pustosensk; Mezen; Mezen R.; Ural Mts.; Kara B.; Mura; Obdorsk; Nadym R.; Berezof; SIBERIA; Ob River; Surgut; Tarda R.; Dudinsk; Yenisei R.; Taz R.; Turukhansk; Kazimsk; Bakhtinsk; ASIA; Angara R.; Yeniseisk; Krasnoiarsk; Bratskoi; Saiansk Mts.; Arkutsk; Dzindzilik; Vitimsk; Vitim R.; Lake Baikal; Chita; Onon R.; Olekma R.; Aldan R.; Nelkan; SYANOVOI MOUNTAINS; Udskoi; Nikolaievsk; Amur R.; Blagovestchensk; MANCHURIA; Okhotsk; Sea of Okhotsk; Port Aiane; Shantarski Is.; C. Elizabeth; Langri; Bolsheretsk; Sakhalin (Russia) Isl. (Japan); Paramushir Isl.; Yamsk; G. of Ghijinsk; G. of Penjinsk; KAMCHATKA; C. Ozernoi; Nijni Kamchatka; G. of Kronotski; Petropavlovsk; Kuril Strait; Cape Lopatka; C. Olutorsk; Karaginski Isl.; BERING SEA; Monday; Sunday; Bering Isl. (Rus.); Copper Isl. (Rus.); Near Is.; Andreanof Is.; Rat Is.; ALEUTIAN ISLANDS (U.S.); Nunivak Isl.; Kuskoquin B.; C. Nevenham; Pribilof Is. (U.S.); Dutch Harbor; Umak Isl.; Olinalaska Isl.; Iliawna L.; Ft. Alexander; Gulf of Alaska; Afognak Isl.; Bristol B.; Alaska Pen.; Kadiak Isl.; Trinity Is.; Shumagin Is.; Unimak Isl.; 1,130 M.; Yakutat; Dyea; Chichagof Isl.; Sitka; Baranof Isl.; Pr. Of Wales Isl.; Jackson; Dixon Entrance; Queen Charlotte Is.; Queenstown; Ft. Halkett; Laird R.; Juneau; ROCKY MTS.; Ft. St. John; Ft. Wrangel; Hecate Strait; CASCADE RANGE; Ft. chippewayan; L Athabasca; Peace R.; Reindeer L.; Dunvegan; Edmonton; Saskatchewan R.; Battleford; Calgary; NORTH AMERICA; Fort Churchill; C. Churchill; Indian L.; Port Nelson; C. Tatnam; York Factory; Nelson R.; Pr. Albert; Lake Winnipeg; Severn R.; Manitoba L.; C. Portland; Ft. Severn; James Bay; Ft. George; Ft. Albany; Albany R.; Moose Factory; Ft. Chimo; Rama; Hebron; LABRADOR (Dep. Of Newfoundland); Nain; Clearwater Lake; Mingan; Julianshaab; Hamilton Inlet; C. Charles; Belle Isl.; Cape Bauld; QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL 2,600 MILES; Cape Farewell; BRITISH ISLES; Orkney Is.; Stavanger; C. Lindesnaes; SCOTLAND; Hebrides; Dundee; Glasgow; Edinburgh; Newcastle; Belfast; IRELAND; Dublin; Cork; Liverpool; ENGLAND; London; Portsmouth; Brussels; Stockholm; Skagerrack; Gottenborg; DENMARK; Copenhagen; North Sea; Hull; Hamburg; Berlin; Netherlands; The Hague; Belgium; Leipsic; Frankfort; Dresden; G. of Finland; Reval; Baltic Sea; Osel Isl; Riga; Vilna; Duna R.; Danzig; Konigsberg; Dnieper; Warsaw; Petrograd; Novgorod; Vologda; RUSSIAN EMPIRE; Volga R.; Nijni Novogorod; Moscow; Kaluga; Simbirsk; RUSSIA; Kursk; Kief; Don R.; Saratof; Viatka; Perm; Kazan; Kama R.; Ufa; Orenburg; Orsk; Tobolsk; Ekaterinburg; Petropaulovsk; Omsk; Tobol R.; Ishim R.; Irtish R; Akmolinsk; Narim; Tomsk; L. Chany; Semipalatinsk; Jungaria; Uliassutai; Selenga; MONGOLIA; East Turkestan; CHINA; rkul; Pichan; Shashau; Urga; Argoon R.; Tsitsikar; Mukden; Pekin; Kailar; Mergen; Aigun; Khabarovka; Sungari R.; Petuua; Ningouta; Vladivostok; KOREA; Japan Sea; G. of Tartary; Patience B.; Le Perouse Strait; Sapporo; Yezo; Kunashiri Isl.; Hakodate; Aomori; Kurile Is (Japan); NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN; Vancouver Isl.; Westminster; Victoria; Seattle; Olympia; Tacoma; Columbia Riv.; Portland; Salem; Eureka; C. Mendogin; Great Salt Lake; Regina; Spokane; Butte; Helena; Deadwood; Snake Riv.; Boise; Laramie; Ogden; Salt Lake City; Winnipeg; L. of the Woods; Fargo; Missouri R.; Bismarck; Minneapolis; Pierre; Duluth; Superior; St. Paul; Milwaukee; Madison; Sioux City; Cheyenne; Omaha; Des Moines; Chicago; Lincoln; Indianapolis; L. Nepigon; L. Superior; Sault Ste Marie; L. Michigan; L. Huron; Ottawa; Kingston; Toronto; Lansing; Detroit; Toledo; L. Erie; L. Ont.; Buffalo; Cleveland; Trenton; Toledo; Columbus; Pittsburg; Quebec; St. Lawrence R.; Anticosti Isl.; Gulf of St. Lawrence; Pr. Edward Isl.; Fredericton; Montreal; Augusta; Portland; Albany; Hartford; Fundy B; Nova Scotia; Halifax; Concord; C. Sable; Boston; Providence; Newport; New York; Long Island; NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL 3,168 MILES; NEWFOUNDLAND (Br.); St. Pierre (Fr.); St. Johns; C. Race; Cape Breton Isl.; Sable Isl.; NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN; St. George's Channel; C. Finisterre; English Channel; Paris; Orleans; Nantes; FRANCE; Bay of Biscay; Bordeaux; Toulouse; Andorha; Saragossa; Oporto; SPAIN; Luxemburg; GERMANY; EUROPE; Munich; Danube R.; Berne; Switzerland; Lyon; Milan; Venice; Trieste; Genoa; Monaca; Marseille; San Marino; ITALY; Adriatic Sea; Corsica; Barcelona; Rome; Sardinia; Naples; Lemberg; Berditchef; AUSTRIA-HUNGARY; Vienna; Budapest; Jassy; Belgrade; Sofia; Roumania; Bukharest; Montenegro; Servia; Bulgaria; Philippopolis; Cetinje; Durazzo; TURKEY; Constantinople; Brusa; Kharkof; Taganrog; Odessa; Astrakhan; Sea of Azof; Stavropol; Caucasus Mts.; Black Sea; Batum; Trebizond; Volga R.; Ural R.; ASIA; Turgai; Guriev; Caspian Sea; Aral Sea; Kungrad; Baku; TURKESTAN; Balkash Lake; Kasalinsk; Choo R.; Sir Daria R; Amu R; Tashkend; Thian Mts.; Sergiopol; Zaisan L.; Ili R.; Kuldja; Tarim R.; Koko L.; Hoangho or Yellow R.; TIBET; Lassa; Chingtu; Vulin; Yenngan; Tientsin; G. of Pechili; Taiyuan; Nigh; Tsina; Singanfu; Hankau; Nankin; Wuchang; Shanghai; Port Arthur (Jap.); Seoul; Sado Isl.; Weihaiwai (Br.); Kiaochau (Ger.); Yellow Sea; Korea Strait; Kyoto; Osaka; Nagasaki; Shikoku; Kiushu; Hondo; Tokyo; Yokohama; YOKOHAMA TO PORT TOWNSEND 4,202 MILES; YOKOHAMA TO SAN FRANCISCO 4,791 MILES; Sacramento; San Francisco; San Jose; San Luis Obispo; Pt. Conception; Los Angeles; San Diego; Carson; Lead V.; UNITED STATES; Pioche; Fresno; Colorado R.; Durango; Santa Fe; Phoenix; Rio Grande del Norte; Lower California; G. of California; Hermosillo; El Paso; Denver; Pueblo; Topeka; Kansas City; Trinidad; Wichita; Arkansas R.; Cairo; Guthrie; Little Rock; Red R.; Dallas; Austin; Houston; Mississippi R.; Springfield; Baltimore; St. Louis; Cincinnati; Washington; Louisville; Nashville; Norforlk; Chesapeake Bay; Raleigh; Memphis; Chattanooga; Atlanta; Birmingham; Columbia; Wilmington; Jackson; Montgomery; Charleston; Mobile; Jacksonville; Philadelphia; Delaware Bay; C. Hatteras; NEW YORK TO GIBRALTAR 3,215 MILES; Bermuda Is. (Br.); Flores; Azores Is. (Por.); Terceira; S. Miguel; S. Maria; C. St. Vincent; Str. Of Gibraltar; Madeira Isl. (Por.); Lisbon; Portugal; Madrid; Seville; Gibraltar (Br.); El Arish; Tangier; Mekinez; Fez; MOROCCO; Mogador; Morocco; El Golea; Balearic Is.; Messina; Palermo; Mediterranean Sea; Oran; Algiers; Tunis (Fr.); Tunis; G. of Cabes; Tripoli; Algeria (Fr.); Wargla; Ghadanies; Albania; GREECE; Smyrna; Adalia; Sicily; Athens; Malta (Br.); Crete; G. of Sutra; Benghazi; Pt Said; Alexandria; Angora; Erzerum; Konieh; Tigris R.; Cyprus I. (Br.); Aleppo; Tripoli; yafa; Damascus; Jerusalem; ARABIA; Bagdad; Tabriz; Krasnovodsk; Askabad; Rasht; Meshod; Teheran; Sehna; Kashan; Khaf; PERSIA; Ispahan; Basra; Yezd; Neh; Bokhara; Faizabad; Heart; AFGHANISTAN; Kabul; Serinogen; Kandahar; Lahore; Kashgar; CHINESE EMPIRE; Khotan; Himalaya Mts.; Mt. Everest; Punakha; Bhotan; Yangtze; INDIA (British); Bhamo; Yunnan; Chittagong; Mandalay; Tonkin; CHINA; Changsha; Nanchang; Queiyang; Fuchau; Queling; Canton; Macao (Por); Amoy; Formosa Strait; Hongkong (Br.); Kwanchauwan (Fr.); Sanmun; Oshima; Shuri; Riu Kiu Is. (Japan); Formosa (Japan); 1,560 MILES; Volcano Is.; bonin Is. (Japan); Marcus Isl.; Los Jardines Isl.; Tropic of Cancer; Midway Isl.; Cure Isl.; Lisiansky Isl.; Laysan Isl.; Gardner Isl.; Birds Isl.; HAWAII (U.S.); Kauai Isl.; Honolulu; Maui Isl; 2,089 MILES; Guadalupe Isl.; Pt. Eugenia; MEXICO; Chihuahua; Guaymas; 3,277 MILES; La Paz; C. San Lucas; Mazatlan; San Blas; C. Corrientes; San Antonio; Galveston; Gulf of Mexico; Saltillo; Matamoros; Monterey; Tula; Tampico; Merida; Gulf of Campeche; New Orleans; Tallahassee; Tampa; Cape Sable; Nassau; Bahama Is. (Brit.); Key West; Havana; I. Depinos (U.S.); GREATER ANTILLES; CUBA; San Salvador; WEST INDIES; Tropic of Cancer; Canary Is. (Sp.); Teneriffe; Palma; Ferro; Cape Blanco; Tatta; El Abbas; Zemur; RIO DE ORO (Sp.); Wadan; SAHARA DESERT; TRIPOLI (Turkey); Fezzan; Murzuk; Rhat; Cairo; Siout; EGYPT; Esneh; Libyan Desert; Assouan; Nile; Suez; Leina; Hail; Medina; Red Sea; Yembo; Korosko; Mekka; Shiraz; Bushire; Bam; Lar; Persian Gulf; Jask; G. of Oman; Riad; OMAN; Muskat; C. El Hadd; Moseirah; Kelat; Baluchistan; Bela; Indus R.; Delhi; Haidarabad; INDIA (British); G. of Cutch; Daman; Simlo; NEPAL; Agra; Khatmando; Ganges; Patna; Calcutta; Nagpore; Bay of Bengal; Kiangmai; Rangoon; FR. INDO CHINA; G. of Martaban; SIAM; Bangkok; Mergui; Andaman Is.; Gulf of Siam; G. of Tonkin; Kiungchau; Hainan; Balintang Channel; Hue; China Sea; Manlln; Mindoro Isl.; Cambodia; Palawan Isl.; Apari; Luzon; MANILLA TO HONOLULU 4,700 MILES; Samar Isl.; Pana I.; Philippine Islands (U.S.); HONGKONG TO APIA MILES; Ladrone Islands (Ger.); Saypan; Guam (U.S.); Wake Isl. (U.S.); INTERNATIONAL DATE LINE; Hawaii Isl.; Revillaggedo Is.; Socorro Isl.; Manzanillo; Popocatepetl Vol.; Acapulco; Clipperton Isl. (Fr.); Mexico; Vera Cruz; Yucatan; Tehuantepec; Guatemala; G. of Tehauntepec; Guatemala; CENTRAL AMERICA; San Salvador; Fonseca Bay; Managua; Belize; Jamaica (Br.); Haiti; Br. Honduras; Kingston; Honduras; Teguelgalpa; Caribbean Sea; Nicaragua; Colon; Cartagena; Maracaibo; Port au Prince; Santo Domingo; Santo Domingo; San Juan; Porto Rico (U.S.); S. Croix (Br.); Anguilla (Br.); Barbuda (Br.); Antigua (B); Guadeloupe (Fr.); Dominca (Br.); Martinique (Fr.); S. Lucia (Br.); Barbados (Br.); Grenada (Br.); Trinidad (Br.); Pt. Gallinas; G. of Maracaibo; Curacao Isl (Dut.); PANAMA TO LIVERPOOL 4,612 MILES; LESSER ANTILLES; NEW YORK TO CAPE TOWN 6,640 MILES; Cape Verde Is. (Port.); St. Louis; Senegal R; C. Verde; Gambia (Br.); Bathurst (Br.); Guinea (Pt.); Bissagos Is. (Port.); FRENCH SUDAN; AFRICA; Arawan; Timbuktu; Medina; SUDAN; Niger R.; Guinea (Fr.); Sierra Leone (Br.); Segu Sikoro; Warno; L. Tchad; Northern Nigeria (Br.); Yakoba; Tao; New Dongola; Khartum; El Fasher; Massenia; El Obeid; Suakin; Coomfidah; Berber; Massaua; Eritrea (It.); Suna; Aden (Br.); Blue Nile; Nile; Gondar; Fr.; Berbera; G. of Aden; Makallan; Kamar B.; Kuria Muria Is. (Brit.); Arabian Sea; Socotra (Brit.); C. Guardafui; Ras Hafun; G. of Cambay; Bombay Haidarabad; New Goa (Pt.); Mahe (Fr.); Laccadive Is.; 2,130 MILES; Yanaon (Fr.); Bay of Bengal; Masulipatam; Madras; Puducherl (Fr.); Karikal (Fr.); Nicobar Is.; Str. Of Malacca; Penaug; Malay Pen; Sungora; Acheen; SUMATRA (Dutch); Malacca; Hog I.; Pulo (D); Nias; Singapore; C. Cambodia; Gt. Natunas Isl.; Elopura; Jolo Sea; Brunel; N. Borneo (Br.); Kuching; Sawarak; Celebes Sea; Mindanao; Mindanao; Jolo Isl.; Gilolo Isl.; Egoi Is.; Yap; Palaos Is. (Ger.); MICRONESIA; Caroline Islands (Ger.); MELANESIA; Ponapi Isl.; Greenwich Isl. (Ger.); Marshall Is. (Ger.); Gilbert Is. (Br.); Palmyra Isl. (Br.); Howland Isl. (Br.); Washington Isl. (Br.); Fanning Isl. (Br.); Christmas Isl. (Br.); Equator; SAN FRANCISCO TO VALPARAISO 5,140 MILES; Galapagos Is.; San Jose; Costa Rica; Panama; Panama; Gulf of Panama; Mompox; rolima Vol; Choco B.; Colombia; Popayan; Caracas; Venezuela; Rogota; Rio Negro; Orinoco R.; Georgetown; Paramaribo; Cayenne; C. Orange; (Brit.); Guiana (Dut.); (Fr.); Mouth of the Amazon R.; Marajo Isl.; Para R.; PERNAMBUCO TO PLYMOUTH 3,867 MILES; Freetown; Monrovia; Equator; GUINEA; Liberia; Coomassie; Ashanti; C. Palmas; Bingerville; Akkra (Br.); Whydah; (Sp.) Fernando Po I.; (Por) Princes I.; Togo (G); Dahomey (Fr.); Br. Lagos; S. Nigeria (Br.); Kamerun (Ger.); Buca; SP; FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA; Sobai; Ladoi; Mobang R.; Kongo R.; Wadelai; Stanley Falls; Adis; Abeba; Somaliland; ABYSSINIA; BR. EAST AFRICA; Rudolf L.; (Itally) SOMALI; Victoria; Brava; Mukhdisho; ADEN TO MELBOURNE 6,310 MILES; C. Comorin; Colombo; Maldive Is. (Brit.); Ceylon Isl. (Brit.); 1,560 M.; Batu Isl. (D); Siriu Isl. (Dut.); Bencoolen; Sunda Strait; SUNDA; Banka Isl.; BORNEO (Dutch); Pasir; Batavia; Java Sea; Macassar; Floris Sea; Java (Dut); CELEBES; Molucca Pass; Ceram I. (D.); Boeroe (D.); Banda Sea; Floris Isl.; (Dut); (Port.); Fred Henry Isl.; Arafura Sea; Admiralty Is. (Ger.); (Dutch); NEW GUINEA (Br.); Kaiser; Wilhelm LD; Bismarck Arch.; Terres Str.; New Mecklenburg Isl (Ger.); Solomon Islands; New Britain (Ger.); Bougainville (Ger.); Choiseul; N. Georgia (Br.); Sapel (Ger.); Malayta (Br.); POLYNESIA; Lagoonor; Ellice (Br.); Phoenix Is. (Br.); Union or Tokelau Is. (Br.); Jarvis Isl. (Brit.); Manihiki Group (Br.); Marquesas Is. (Fr.); Albemarle (Equa.); Quito; Guayaquil; chimborazo Vol.; ECUADOR; Loja; Raita; Truxillo; Huaraz; ANDES MOUNTAINS; PERU; Manaos; Amazon River; Jurua R.; Purus R; Tirol; SOUTH AMERICA; Villa Nova; Santarem; Para; Tapajos R; Carolina; St. Louiz de Maranhao; Parnahiba; Ceara; Fernando; Noronha; Natal; Pernambuco; Theresina; LIVERPOOL TO MELBOURNE 13,290 MILES; Ascension Isl. (Br.); (Por.) St. Thomas I.; (sp.) Annobon I.; Gulf of Guinea; C. Lopez; Leopoldville; Banana; Boma; Loanda; Equatorville; BELGIAN; Kageky; Nyangwe; KONGO; S. Salvador; Tanganyika; L. Moero; Kabango; Nyanza; Mt. Kenia; Kismayu; Kilimanjaro; Witu; GERMAN EAST AFRICA; Mombasa; Pemba I. (Br.); Zanzibar (Br.); Bagamoyo; Tabora; Quiloa; Aldabra Is.; Amirante Is. (Br.); Seychelles Is. (Br.); Chagos Is. (Br.); 3,380 MILES; INDIAN OCEAN; MALAYSIA; Sumbawa Isl. (Dut.); Sandal Wood Isl. (Dut.); C. Preston; Timor Isl.; Bathurst Isl.; Cambridge G.; Palmerston; OCEANIA; Kings Sound; Broome; Normantown; NORTHERN TERRITORY; C. York; Somerset; Gulf of Carpentaria; China Str.; Cooktown; Coral Sea; Guadalcanar; Louisiade Arch. (Br.); S. Christoval; Rennell (B); Espirtu Santo; Mallicollo; Huon Isl. (Fr.); Santa Cruz Is. (Br.); New Hebrides (Fr. & Br.); Vanua Levu; Viti Levu; Samoa Is.; Uea (Fr.); Upolu Isl. (Ger.); Tutuila (U.S.); Fiji Is. (Br.); Savage Isl. (Br.); Society Is. (Fr.); Tahite (Fr.); Tuamotu; Archipelago (Fr.); Lima; Ica; L. Titicaca; Arequipa; Villa Bella; Cuzco; BRAZIL; Sorata; Trinidad; BOLIVIA; Illimari; Sucre; R. Xingu; Cuyaba; Tocantins R.; Goyaz; Diamantina; Barra Palma; Aracaju; Bahia; Porto Seguro; Caravellas; PERNAMBUCO TO CAPE TOWN 3,320 MILES; Trinidad Is. (Brazil); St. Helena Isl. (Brit.); Benguela; Mossamede; C. Frio; PORT. WEST AFRICA; L. Bangweolo; Sioma; GER. S.W. AFRICA; Zombezi; Salisbury; Buluway; Rovuma; C. Delgado; Comoro Is.; Nyassa R.; Zomba; Tete; Mozambique; Quilimane; Chinde; Farquhar Is.; C. Amber; Tamatave; Tananarivo; INDIAN OCEAN; Cargados Carayos Isl.; Mascarene Islands; Rodriguez (Br.); N.W. Cape; Roebourne; WESTERN AUSTRALIA; AUSTRALIA (British); Steep Pt.; Northampton; Dongarra; Amadeus L.; SOUTH AUSTRALIA; L. Torrens; Bowen; Boula; QUEENSLAND; Eyre L.; Warwick; New Caledonia (Fr.); Rockhampton; Brisbane; Loyalty Is.; Norfolk Isl. (Br.); Tonga Is. (Br.); Tropic of Capricorn; Cook or Hervey Is. (Br.); Austral Is.; Tubuai Isl.; APIA TO PUNTA ARENAS 5,197 MILES; Gambier Is. (Fr.); Pitcairn Isl. (Br.); Easter Isl. (Br.); Antofagasta; Mt. Llullailluco; St. Ambrose Isl. (Chile); St. Felix (Chile); Copiapo; La Serena; Iquique; Cobija; Potosi; Tarija; Salta; Asuncion; Tucuman; La Rioja; Paraguay; Parana; Ouro Preto; Tiete R.; Curitiba; Itajahy; Desterro; Corrientes; Victoria; Rio de Janeiro; St. Paulo; Tropic of Capricorn; SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN; Walfisch Bay (Br.); Angra Pequena; Orange R.; Port Nolloth; RHODESIA; Limpopo; Palapye; Bechuana; Trans Vaal Col.; UNITED SOUTH AFRICA (British); Pretoria; Johannesburg; Bloemfontein; Orange Riv. Col.; Kimberley; PORT. EAST AFRICA; Sofala; Mozambique Channel; MADAGASCAR (French); Delagoa B.; Lourrenco Marquez; Pietermaritzburg; Durban; Mauritius Isl. (Br.); Reunion (Fr.); 6,030 MILES; Perth; Bunbury; C. Leeuwin; williamsburg; Culver; Albany; Port Eucla; Great Australian Bight; Spencer G.; Kangaroo Isl.; Kingston; 1,350 MILES; Darling R.; NEW SOUTH WALES; Port Augusta; Adelaide; VICTORIA; Portland; Melbourne; Bass Strait; Lord Hove Isl. (Br.); Newcastle; Sydney; Cape Howe; 1,486 M.; MELBOURNE TO PANAMA 7,692 MILES; North Cape; North Island; East Cape; Auckland; New Plymouth; Napier; Kermadec Is. (Br.); WELLINGTON TO PANAMA 6,600 MILES; SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN; Juan Fernandez Isl. (Chile); Mas-A-Fuera Isl. (Chile); Valparaiso; Santiago; Curico; Concepcion; Lebu; Valdivia; San Juan; Cordoba; Salto; Rosario; San Luis; Buenos Aires; La Plata; CHILE; Bahia Blanca; Blanca B.; Uruguay; Porto Alegre; Rio Grande do Sul; Montevideo; Plata R.; C. Corrientes; Inaccessible Isl.; Tristan Da Cunha Isl.; Nightingale Isl. (Brit.); Cape Town; Cape Colony; East London; Port Elizabeth; Georgetown; C. Agulhas; Cape of Good Hope; Port Natal; CAPE TOWN TO COLOMBO 4,290 MILES; CAPE TOWN TO MELBOURNE 6,030 MILES; New Amsterdam; St. Paul (Fr.); 6,310 MILES; 13,290 MILES; Tasmania (British); Eurneaux Group; Launceston; Hobart; Cape Providence; Stewart Isl.; Nelson; NEW ZEALAND (Brit.); Wellington; Hokitika; Christchurch; South Island; Dunedin; Invercargill; WELLINGTON TO VALPARAISO 5,039 MILES; Chatham (Brit.); Bounty Is. (Brit.); MELBOURNE TO LIVERPOOL 13,350 MILES; Chiloe Isl.; Chonos; Archipelago; Taytao Pen.; Gulf of Penas; Wellington Isl.; Viedma; Gulf of San Matias; Rawson; Bay of St. George; Port Deseado; Cough Isl. (Br.); Pr. Edward Isl.; Marion (Brit.); Crozet Is (Brit.); Kerguelen (Fr.); Royal Co. Isl. (Brit.); Macquarie Isl. (Brit.); Emerald Isl. (Brit.); Auckland Isl. (Brit.); Campbell Isl. (Brit.); Antipodes or Greenwich Is. (Brit.); Monday; Sunday; Madre de Dios; Archipelago; Strait of Magellan; S. Inez Isl.; Hoste Isl.; ARGENTINA; Santa Cruz; Strait of Magellan; Tierra Del Fuego; Staten Isl.; Cape Horn; VALPARAISO TO NEW YORK 8,460 MILES; Falkland Sound; Falkland Is. (Brit.); Stanley; South Georgia (Br.); Sandwich Group; Lindsay Isl.; Thompson Isl.; Bouvet Isl. (Brit.); McDonald Heard (Brit.); Knoxland; WILKES LAND; Budo Land; North Land; Adelie Land; ANTARCTIC OCEAN; Antarctic Circle; Emp. Peter Isl.; Adelaide Isl.; Elephant Isl.; South Shetland Is.; Livingston Isl.; Smith Isl.; Bransfield Strait; Trinity Land; Palmer Land; Graham Land; Emp. Alexander Land; Coronation Isl.; Clarence Isl.; King George Isl.; Joinville Isl.; Louis Philippe Land; South Orkney Is.; Laurie Isl.; Antarctic Circle; Enderby Land; Kemp Land; Longitude East from Greenwich; Victoria Land; Longitude West from Greenwich; Longitude East from Greenwich George F. Cram Company, Engravers & Publishers, Chicago
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Page  198 198 Greographical' Tables Also Tables of Temperature and Rainfall for United States and Foreign Citi ies Dimensions of the Earth. "MILES. Equatorial Diameter......................... 7,9 6.6 Earth's Axis............................................................................ 7.899.6 Circuinference at Equator.............................................. 24,889.5 Areas of the Earth. SQ MILES. Land Surface.......................................................... 55,641,10u2 W ater Surface...................................................... 143,511.898 Total................................................199,158,00 Conltients. SQ. MILES. SQ. M [Ls. Australasia........... 3,456,2.0 Africa...................... 11,3.519 uope......................3,74. An erica, N.................. 8,03,714 urope..... 3,754.2b2 America, S.................. 6,51,306 Polar egions............... 4970 5 Asia..........................17,057,666 Total................ 55,641,102 Oceans. SQ. MILES. SQ. MILES. Pacific.................. 71,000.000 Antarctic..................... 8,500,000 Atlantic......................5,000,00o0 Arctic.......-................. 4,5UU,000 Indian........................ 28,000,000 Seas. SQ. MILES. SQ. M LES, China Sea, Asia............... 1,367,001) Gulf of Mexico, N. Am...... 7116,u0 Caribbean Sea, N. & S. Am..1,161,000 Balnic Sea, Europe........... 1.6. u0 Bering Sea. N. Am........... 859,Ou00 lied Sa, Africa, Asia........ 15,0(0 Mediterranean, Afr.,Eur.,A!.ia bi3,000 Black Sea, Europe, Asia..... 139,000 Principal Salt Lakes. LAKE OR SEA. COUNTRY. AREA, ELEVATION, SQ. MILhS. FE I'T. Caspian Sea...................Asia............... 180,000.... 84 below sea Sea of Aral...................... Asia............... 26,300.... 26 above sea Balkash..........................Asia............... 12,500.... 700 k Maracaibo.......................South America.... 8,000.... 130 6" " Eyre.............................. Australia.......... 4,000.... 70 " 4" Titicaca..................... bouth America... 8,bUU.... 12,847 ' fb Issik-kul..........Asia............... 2.4.6.... 5, 00 " 66 K oko-nor......................... Asia.............. 2,040.... 970 L 1 Van.......................... A............... 2,0 6.... 5.465 " 6 Great Salt Lake................... North America.... 1,b75.... 4,200 " " Urumiah...........................Asia........... 1,730.... 4,000 U " Dead Sea.................... Asia............... 445.... 1,312 below sea Ngami..............Africa............. 350.... 3,700 above sea Salton............................. North America... 800.... 253 below sea Principal Freshwater Lakes. "COUNTRY. AREA, ELEVATION, LAKE OR SEA. SQ. MILES. FEET. Superior..........................N. America........32,000U.... 627 above sea Victoria Nyanza............... Africa.............. 26,500.... 3,800 1" " Michigan...........................N. America...........23,0u0.... 600 " Huron..........................N. America......... 23,000.... 578 " " Tanganyika...................... Africa......15,000.... 2,750 6" 6 Baikal...........................Asia............. 14,000.... 1,360: " Great Bear...................... N. AmeI ica........14,000.... 250 " 6" N yassa............................ A frica..............12,0UO.... 1,570 6 * Tchad.........................Africa............. I 1,000.... 1,150 " Great Slave....................N. America........ lu.00.... 400 " " Bangweolo...................... Africa.............lu.200.... 8,690 " " Winnipeg..................... N. Aimlerica........ 8,900.... 628 '* Erie.......................... N. America........ i.800.... 565 ":" Lake of the W.,uts..s.............N. A ericka........ 7 650......... " " Albert Nyanza.................... Africa.............. 7,500.... 2,290 " "4 Ladoga..... Europe........... 7,190.... 49 " Ontario........................ N. America........ 6,900.... 232 6 "6 Athabaska.......................... N. America........ 4,600.......... " Nicaragua.................. N. America........ 3,600.... 128 " " Onega.................... Europe............. 3,3t80.... 237 ' 6 Tungting................... Asia................. 2.340..... 200 " " Wenrer..........................Europe........... 2,120..... 143 " Champlain........................N. America........ 1.500......... " Dem bea............... A rica............. 1,30o.... 6,120 " Wetter......Europe............. 840.... 288 " 66 Managua......................... N. America........ 430.... 156 " $6 Balaton, (I'latten Sea)............ Europe............ 250.... 500 " " Geneva, (or Leman)........... Europe............. 240.... 1,230 " " Constance, (or Bodcin Sea).......Eui ope..... 22S.... 1,283 (1 6 Garda...................Europe............. 183.... 320 " " M aggiore.......................Europe............ 152.... 678 " " Neufchatel........................ EuLrope............. 115.... 1,437 " G eorge...............N. A nn, ri a....... 110...........4 Cayuga......................... N. A llmeria........ 104......... " " Lucerne, (or Lake of 4 Cantun,).. Europe............. 99.... 1,430 " Zurich.............................. urop)e............ 76.... 1,332 " Como..........................Europe............. 66.... 684 " " Lotngest Rivers. Length Aver. Dis. Approx. Miles. Breadtn, Nay. Area of Ft. Miles. Basin NAMIES. COUNTRIES. Sq. Miles. MIississppi-Missouri...... I nted States....... 4,200 1,000 17,500 1,390,000 Nile...................... lEypt...............3,500 500 220 1,340,000 Amazon-Maranon........ Brazil...............3,2.0 10.560..... 2,800,000 Yangtze-Kiang........... hina...............3,200 1,000 1,500 747,800 Kongo..................Central Airica......3.034 950 280 1,300,000 Ob................. Russia in Asia.......2,;'i00 350..... 1,300,000 Hoangho................China................2.60.......... 387,000 Lena........... Russia in A ia.......2,F 00.......... 991,000 Niger....................West Africa.........2,500 1,900 200 900,000 Yenesei............... Russia in Asia.......2.400.......... 1,180,000 Plata-Parana............ Argentine& Brazil..2 300.......... 1,242,000 Mackenzie.............Canada..............2,3( 0..... 2,000 443.000 Amur.................. Russia in A1ia....... 2.-00......... 766,800 Volga.............. Russia in Europe....2 21-0 1.000 850 427,000 St. Lawrence...........United States & Can.2,200 10.560 750 335,515 Yukon.................Alaska..............2 u44 10,000 1,206 200,000 Arkansas................ Inited States.......2.000............... Zambesi.................East Africa........1.80.......... 5u0.('.i0 Indus.................... India...............1 800......... 3;0.( 00 Brahmaputra-bainIu..... lndia................ 1 8I 0.......... 361.0i.O Rio Grande del Nurte....ln.. btates & Mx.. 1.80........ 245.1 00 Danube...................Austria- lum'rary...1,7-0 2,5UO 6o,0 269.180 Mekong.................. Indo-China.......... 1,950........ 216,(000 Saskatchewan-Nel:on...Canada..............1.732.......... 4 2.000 Euphrates............ Turkey in Asia...... 1.700... 259 00 Orinoco.............Colombia & Ven.....1,6. 252.000 Colorado.......... Un t....... Un t d Stacs......1.590 650 669 25 i,000 Ganges..................India...............1,500,2,0 500 432,500 Anu................... T'urkeban..........1.500.......... 39.964 San Francisco........... Brazil........... 1,400.......... 187.000 SirDaria............... Turkestan......... 1,3:0.......... 237,920 Irawaddy............... India................ 1.2(0.......... 300.000 Columbia............... United States......... 1-100 550 165 265,000 Dnieper.................. Russia in Europe.... 1.2 0.......... 169,600 Para, or Tocan',nus.......Brazil...............1,120..... 284,000 Darling.................. Aust -al ia...........1,100........ 120,000 Donl...................... Russa in Europe...1,100..... 168,400 Tigris.................... Tur y in Asit......1,100........ Murray............... Au -tra'ia......... 1 000..... 150,000 Orange, or Gariep.......S".outaiv est Africa...1,000 400,000 Senega.................. West Afria........1.000......... 96,500 Ural, or Jaik............ Rusia in Europe....1,00..... 53.200 Gambia................. West Africa.........1,000........ 30,000 Rhine...................Germany......... 960......... 065.280 Ohi)o................ United States....... 950........ 214,000 Clurc(,hill. or!. tiupi.Canada.............. 850.......... 73,600 Madliana........... Colombia........... 830.......... 72,000 Paranahiba.............. Brazil............... 74.......... 115,200 Fraser...... Canada............. 6V0.........1. 1000 Loire..................... ' rance.............. 645.......... 33.000 El)e.....................German............ 550.......... 41,860 Oder...................;,'r inany............ 550........... 39,000 Rhone...................France............ 550.......... 29,900 Tagus................... Portugal............ 510..... 21,960 Vistula................. ( rn any............ 530.......... 56,600 Seine......... Frn........................ 4FC(.......... 22,620 Susquehanna............United States....... 425 1,)............. Potomwc................. Unitcd States....... 410, 2o0 140........ Garonne................. France.............. 380......... 21.450 Guadinna................. Spain................ 380......... 19,350 Sacramento............. United States.,...... 3 0.......... 20.000 Po........................ italy................ 340........ 28.100 Ebro....................., in...... 30....... 30.......... 25,100 Neva................... i 'usa in Euroipe.... 30.......... 67,200 Thames................. England............ 215.......... 6,160 Hudson..................United States........ 210......... 7,000 Principal Mountains. Temperature and Rainfall, United States. Elev. Elev. Mountains. Countries. I t. Mountains. Countries. Ft. Mount Everest Mount Morrison..........Asia 12,800 (Gaurisaniikar)..........Asia 29,002 Mount Katunsk...........Asia 12,790 Dapsang, (i\arakoram)...Asia 28,278 Colima................... N.Am 12,760 Mount God w in Austen.... Asia 28,250 San Francisco Mts.......N. Am 12,611 STATIONS. Mount Kanchinjanga..... Asia 28,176 Mount Albert Edw'd... Oceania 12,500 Dhawalagiri Peak......... Asia 26,826 Atitlan.................. N.Am 12,500 Jamnotri.................. Asia 26,669 Pass of Quindciu.......... S.Am 12,50C Nanda devi................ Asia 25,656 Erebus..............Antarctica 12,4C0 Junna.......................Asia 25,301 Mount Lom bok........ Oceania 12,315 Swelaghar..................Asia 24,860 Mount Cook........... Oceania 12.349 Birmingham, Ala..................... Consaintlla............... Asia 21,740 Volcano de Agua........N.Am 12.A60 Mobile, Ala........................... Mount Kabru............. Asia 24,015 Mount Atlas........... Oceania 12.250 Montgomery, Ala.................... Mount Chamalhli........ Asia 23,9141 Wetterhorn............Europe 12.210 Flagstaff, Ariz........................ Donkiahlai................ Asia 23,180 Hyndman Peak.........N. Am 12,0-8 Phoenix, Ariz.................... Aconcagia.................S.Am 22,884 Mount Selneru......... Oceania 12,040 Yuma, Ariz......................... Kidarnath Peak............ Asia 22.790 Yun-lin -r...................Asia 12,000 Fort Smith, Ark...................... Cantas.....................Asia *-2.500 Mulaliaceni..........Europe 11,658 Little Rock, Aik...................... St. Patrick.................Asia 22,3ý5 Khawak Pass............... Asia 11.6U0 Fresno, Cal......................... Sahama................... S.Am 22.350 Mont, al...............Europe 11.421 Los Angelts, (al...................... Mercedario..............S.Am <2.315 Volcano de Cainageo......N.Am 11.400 Red Bluff, Cal........................ St. George..................Asia 22.210 James Peak............. N.Am 11.320 Sacramento, Cal...................... Leoporgyal................ Asia 2"2,227 Mount Douglas........... N.Am 11..10 an Diego. Cal...................... Parinacotta............... S.Am 22,00 Salambar Pass............. Asia 11.2ý0 San Francisco, Cal................ Kuenlun..................Aia 2U 0LO Mount,lamat..........Oceania 11,247 Denver, Colo......................... Sirima....................S.Am 22'.000 Mount liood............. N.Aml 11,225 Grand Junci.on, Cclo....