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Author / [Publication date] Title
Hodgman, F. (Francis), b. 1839. / [1905] Early days in Climax : reminiscences / by F. Hodgman.
Haigh, Henry A. (Henry Allyn), b. 1854. / [1920?] Early days in Dearborn, by Henry A. Haigh.
Palmer, Friend, 1820-1906. / [c1906] Early days in Detroit; / papers written by General Friend Palmer, of Detroit, being his personal reminiscences of important events and descriptions of the city for over eighty years.
Burton, Clarence Monroe, 1853-1932. / [1909] Early Detroit;
Millard, Alfred L., 1814-1900. / [1876] Early history of Lenawee County and of the city of Adrian from the first settlement of the county / by Alfred L. Millard.
Bingham, S. D. (Stephen D.) / [1888] Early history of Michigan, with biographies of state officers, members of Congress, judges and legislators. Pub. purusuant to act 59, 1887.
Williams, Meade C. / [1912] Early Mackinac; : a sketch, historical and descriptive, / by Meade C. Williams.
[1880] East Saginaw, historical, biographical and commercial. An epitome of its manufacturing, jobbing, wholesaling and retailing in dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes, furnishing goods, clothing, crockery, drugs, lumber, tobacco, hardware, and hotel business. ... W.J. Raymond and S.W. Roberts, publishers.
[192-?] Escanaba, the nearest iron port to coal.