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The Hollyhock Dolls a Memoir: Growing Up In Michigan By Diane G. Wrobleski
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• Take a step back and look into the experiences of a little girl growing up in Detroit with her two older sisters. • When the Shrine Circus was in town, her dad brought home clowns in... More > costume, a bear trainer and a trapeze artist. • The adventures of the author and her sisters at boarding school. • The tragedy of losing her daughter Julie in a head-on collision, leaving a young husband and two little boys. • You’ll laugh at the incident of the elephant on the roof, the wasp and the negligee, and the police almost arresting Santa Clause. • The happenings at their son Steve’s wedding was so unusual and funny it could be an SNL skit. • The antics of a grandmother who seemed to have no filter when it came to her off-hand remarks. • You’ll learn why this family loves Michigan and especially their beloved hometown, Detroit.< Less
Essential Services in Troubled Times: A Michigan Resource Guide By Nancy Hetrick
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Michiganders know that times are tough, but that doesn't mean that you have to do without the basics. This guide provides information on hundreds of free/discounted programs and services, with a... More > particular focus on the following Michigan counties: Wayne, Washtenaw, Macomb, Livingston, Oakland, Monroe, and Genesee. Need free medical care? Cheap health insurance? Discounted dental care? Help paying rent and utilities? Free movie tickets? Cheap entertainment? Free childcare, toys, and groceries? Help finding a job and writing a resume? Free clothes for interviews? Help getting educational grants? Help postponing student loan payments? Free home weatherization? Cheap vet care? Free legal help? Free tax preparation? Cheap transportation? Free shelter? Respite care? Free senior entertainment and services? Free internet access? Free home repair services? Cheap foreclosure counseling? Cheap fitness memberships? Access to support groups and cheap counseling services? You've found the right book!< Less
Essential Services in Troubled Times: A Michigan Resource Guide By Nancy Hetrick
eBook (PDF): $17.99
Michiganders know that times are tough, but that doesn't mean that you have to do without the basics. This guide provides information on hundreds of free/discounted programs and services, with a... More > particular focus on the following Michigan counties: Wayne, Washtenaw, Macomb, Livingston, Oakland, Monroe, and Genesee. Need free medical care? Cheap health insurance? Discounted dental care? Help paying rent and utilities? Free movie tickets? Cheap entertainment? Free childcare, toys, and groceries? Help finding a job and writing a resume? Free clothes for interviews? Help getting educational grants? Help postponing student loan payments? Free home weatherization? Cheap vet care? Free legal help? Free tax preparation? Cheap transportation? Free shelter? Respite care? Free senior entertainment and services? Free internet access? Free home repair services? Cheap foreclosure counseling? Cheap fitness memberships? Access to support groups and cheap counseling services? You've found the right book!< Less
The Michigan Womyn's Music Festival: An Amazon Matrix Of Meaning By Laurie J. Kendall Ph.D.
eBook (ePub): $8.99
This book is a five-year ethnographic study of the lesbian culture built at the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival. The study explores the construction of an Amazon consciousness and its manifestation... More > in symbol, myth, and ritual performance at the Festival. It also explores the ways womyn build homes, families, and sacred traditions during the Festival.< Less
The Michigan Womyn's Music Festival: An Amazon Matrix of Meaning By Laurie J. Kendall, Ph.D.
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This book is a five-year ethnographic study of the lesbian culture built at the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival. The study explores the construction of an Amazon consciousness and its manifestation... More > in symbol, myth, and ritual performance at the Festival. It also explores the ways womyn build homes, families, and sacred traditions during the Festival.< Less
Old Settlers of Mecosta, Isabella and Montcalm Counties in Michigan By Barbara Nelson
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The term Old Settlers refers to the group of mixed race people that came to MI in the late 1800's and settled in the newly opened land in the Mecosta, Isabella and Montcalm counties. The title is... More > well known through out the area and most know it refers to that group and anyone who descended from them. Volume one covers the original Old Settlers that came whose last names begin with A-C and follows each one of their descendants through every generation down to the current living generations. It includes over 800 photographs, plus family stories, articles and obituaries. They were an amazing group who settled the land, cleared it, farmed it, built homes, schools, churches, roads, married each other and raised families. There are many historical sites and monuments still there that are overseen by their descendants. Our history is kept alive by thousands of descendants and hundreds who work on genealogy and share their knowledge.< Less
The Hollyhock Dolls—A Memoir: Growing Up in Michigan By Diane G. Wrobleski
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• Take a step back and look into the experiences of a little girl growing up in Detroit with her two older sisters. • When the Shrine Circus was in town, her dad brought home clowns in... More > costume, a bear trainer and a trapeze artist. • The adventures of the author and her sisters at boarding school. • The tragedy of losing her daughter Julie in a head-on collision, leaving a young husband and two little boys. • You’ll laugh at the incident of the elephant on the roof, the wasp and the negligee, and the police almost arresting Santa Clause. • The happenings at their son Steve’s wedding was so unusual and funny it could be an SNL skit. • The antics of a grandmother who seemed to have no filter when it came to her off-hand remarks. • You’ll learn why this family loves Michigan and especially their beloved hometown, Detroit.< Less
Joshua L. McKean and his Descendants: From Scotland to the Michigan Prairie By Nancy Reger
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A short family history tracing what is known of Joshua L. McKean and his emigration to Michigan in the 1840s along with family information on his descendants.
Old Settlers of Mecosta, Isabella and Montcalm Counties in Michigan Volume II By Barbara Slater Nelson
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The term Old Settlers refers to the group of mixed race people that came to MI in the late 1800's and settled in the newly opened land in the Mecosta, Isabella and Montcalm counties. The title is... More > well known through out the area and most know it refers to that group and anyone who descended from them. Volume two covers the original Old Settlers that came whose last names begin with D-R and follows each one of their descendants through every generation down to the current living generations. It includes photographs, family stories, articles and obituaries. They were an amazing group who settled the land, cleared it, farmed it, built homes, schools, churches, roads, married each other and raised families. There are many historical sites and monuments still there that are overseen by their descendants. Our history is kept alive by thousands of descendants and hundreds who work on genealogy and share their knowledge.< Less
Trinity United Methodist Church History Delta Center Michigan By Jane North Bryce
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This book chronicles the formation and history of a country Methodist church. Excerpts of the Ladies Aide Society minutes as well as a copy of the contract with Darius B. Moon to build the church... More > building are included. The author's family were early settlers in Delta Center Michigan and were an integral part of the establishment of the country church as well as teachers and farmers in the Delta area.< Less

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