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History of Muskegon County, Michigan Book Project


History of Muskegon County, Michigan: A Proud Legacy, Volume I:

This heritage book showcases the history of Muskegon County and its people.

Hear and See True Stories That Tug at Your Heart and Make You Proud:

  • Hear about sea voyages to America, economic hardships during depressions, wars, prosperity, and family relationships.
  • See over 400 black-and white photographs.
  • Over 8,000 entries are indexed, including both first and last names.
  • Makes a great gift.

Book is Designed to Last for Generations and to Look Stunning on Your Coffee Table:

  • Cover: Hard bound, rich blue cover with silver lettering, boasts a rare photograph of the original 1870 courthouse.
  • Size and Paper: 9
  • Pages: 336 pages.
  • Photographs: Over 400, black-and-white, including lumbering-era 1880-1900 photographs from Hackley Public Library.
  • Indexed: Every-name index (over 8,000 entries) is posted below and includes both first and surnames of persons, and names of churches, organizations, and businesses.

Source Reference:

Muskegon County Genealogical Society, comp., History of Muskegon County, Michigan: A Proud Legacy, Volume I (Marceline, Missouri: Walsworth Publishing Company, 2009).

Please note there are no "X's".

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