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Books to Read
By Staff Writer   - 04/01/2009

Michigan History Magazine

More Info on This Book: Isabella County: 1859 - 2009

Isabella County
BY JACK R. WESTBROOK
Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Publishing, $21.99,
www.arcadiapublishing.com or (888) 313-2665

By the mid-1800s, Native Americans, farmers and lumber companies were making their livelihood in Isabella County. Towns and villages dotted the county with one-room schoolhouses and sprawling farms. More than two hundred photos represent dozens of cities throughout the county, from Beal City to Winn.

Buy It Now: Isabella County: 1859 - 2009 $21.99




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