The History of Genesee County, MI

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Chapter I - Michigan History
Chapter II - The Indians of Genesee County
Chapter III - Indian Treaties & Reservations
Chapter IV - Settlement of Flint before 1837
Chapter V - Pioneer Days in the Townships
Chapter VI - First County Court
Chapter VII - Indian Trails & Public Highways
Chapter VIII - Geologic Conditions of Settlement
Chapter IX - Pioneer Agriculture
Chapter X - Flint River Village 1837 - 1855
Chapter XI - Mexican & Civil Wars
Chapter XII - Railroads
Chapter XIII - Early Years of Flint City
Chapter XIV - Lumbering & Allied Industries
Chapter XV - Banks & Banking
Chapter XVI - The Press
Chapter XVII - Bench & Bar
Chapter XVIII - Early Physicians & Medical Societies
Chapter XIX - Schools & Education
Chapter XX - Books & Libraries
Chapter XXI - Res Literaria
Chapter XXII - Social Life
Chapter XXIII - Clubs of Today
Chapter XXIV - Fraternal & Benevolent Societies
Chapter XXV - Patriotic Societies
Chapter XXVI - Villages of Genesee County
Chapter XXVII - Religious Organizations
Chapter XXVIII - The Golden Jubilee
Chapter XXIX - Greater Flint
Appendix A - Stats from 1910 Census & Gov't Reports
Appendix B - Township Officers 1916
Appendix AB - Agriculture, Genesee County

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History of Genesee County, Michigan, Her People, Industries and Institutions
by Edwin O. Wood, LL.D, President Michigan Historical Commission, 1916

Transcribed by Holice B. Young

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