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A history of bands in Marquette, Michigan, 1866-1930

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Bands (Music) -- Michigan -- Marquette -- His
Statementby Jerrold M. Michaelson.
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Paginationix, 173 leaves :
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Open LibraryOL24137523M

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The population at the census, making it the largest city of the state's Upper tte is a major port on Lake Superior, known primarily for shipping iron ore, and is the home of Northern MichiganMarquette was listed among the 10 best places to.

- Explore Michigan's Past's board "Marquette County History", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Marquette county, Marquette, History pins. Harlow came to Marquette seeking a headquarters for his new company: The Marquette Iron Company. He chose Marquette because of its close proximity to the marquette iron range as well as its access to rivers and Lake superior.

The mining boom of the late 19th and early 20th centuries brought thousands Michigan people to the Marquette area. Beard's Directory and History of Marquette County (Source: Google Books) Beard's directory and history of Marquette County (Source: Michigan County Histories) Beard's directory and history of Marquette County (Source: Internet Archive) Beard's directory and history of Marquette County (Source: Internet Archive).

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Browse the most recent Marquette, Michigan obituaries and condolences. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Marquette, Michigan. The Little River Ottawa descend from members of certain Grand River Ottawa Bands who lived in villages located on the Manistee River, Pere Marquette River, and at several villages on the Grand River system in Michigan.

As a result of historic circumstances, only that portion of the Grand River Ottawa people now known as the Little River Band of. Timeline of Marquette History "No man is himself; he is the sum of his past." - William Faulkner. Tyler’s historical novels span all of Marquette's history, with many key events included as noted below.

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Lake Superior establishes the northern boundary. The Marquette Regional History Center was awarded a $18, grant from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and National Endowment for the grant will assist the MRHC to continue the mission to preserve our area's history through compelling exhibits.

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Reaching Out: A History of the Rotary Club of Marquette, Michigan, - Marquette, MI: The Club, Official Publication of the Ishpeming Centennial Commission Commemorating Ishpeming's Centennial Held at Ishpeming, Michigan, Julyn.p.,   The city of Marquette began as a shipping port for hematite ores and to this day continues to serve as a port for enriched iron pellets from nearby mines.

In Northern Normal School, a teacher’s college, was founded in Marquette. The college is now know as Northern Michigan. MARQUETTE — The final concert of the season by the Marquette City Band will be at p.m.

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