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100 genealogy websites from around the world
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1836 Treaty Boundary
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Building Your Family Tree Online: A Beginner’s Guide to Genealogy
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Genealogy Guides Genealogy Links
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By John Farmer, 1836. Published in Detroit in 1836. John Farmer built a successful map making and publishing company in Detroit. His series of maps, published from 1824 to his death in 1859, show an extraordinary level of detail down to the square mile which made it easy for settlers to locate land parcels by their legal descriptions.
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BillionGraves.com
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Dansville Michigan Historical Society Facebook page
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Eaton County Genealogical Society
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This is a detailed compendium of information about Michigan in 1839. Part One presents a "general view of the state," describing Michigan's geology, soil, climate and topography as well as its improvements, products, governance, religious and educational institutions, population, and antiquities
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Genealogy and the Law A Layman's Guide to Legalese
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Traveling to Find Your Roots: A Guide to Genealogy Research in Europe
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Harvey Lincoln Curtis, Ph. / Puffer Genealogy website
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Links to Online Research Collections via Historical Society of Michigan website
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Hi and welcome to Michigan Roots, a member of the PA-Roots family of websites! We're so glad you stopped by. Our goal is to be an entrance point for your research of your ancestors in Michigan. Make sure you check out the DataBoards - there is over 2,280 pages of source records.
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If You Grew Up In Mason, Michigan, You Remember... Facebook Page
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Michigan Family History Network
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Leslie Area Historical Society and Museum Facebook
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The Lansing State Republican (Lansing, Mich.) 1855-1875
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Follow this link to see MAHS Pink School/Museum related links
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Ingham County, Michigan: Family History & Genealogy, Census, Birth, Marriage, Death Vital Records & More Linkpendium's
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Artilce
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Local Historical Link via Historical Society of MI
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The Mason Antiques District is a delightful old-fashioned village set in the heart of Mason, Michigan. Spend the day or just the afternoon following the enchanting cobblestone paths wending between buildings filled with unusual antiques
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The Mason Area Visitors Center and the Mason Area Chamber of Commerce office is located at 148 E. Ash Street, Mason, MI 48854. Regular office hours are 9 AM to 3 PM, Monday through Friday. Closed holidays and for off-site Chamber events. The MACC Member Directory by Category under "Businesses" and "Members of MACC" is constantly being updated and revised. E-mail corrections to our masonchamber@masonchamber.org address
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​The Village is located in Central Park, a Meridian Township Park at 5151 Marsh Road, Okemos MI 48864.
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MID-MICHIGAN GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY SERVING THE INTERESTS OF GENEALOGISTS SINCE 1967
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The extensive military collection on findmypast includes 3.6 million records from Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Britain and the United States.
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Maps of Michigan are an invaluable element of genealogy and family tree research, especially in the event you live faraway from where your ancestor was living. Because Michigan political borders sometimes changed, historic maps are generally important in helping you find out the precise location of your ancestor’s home, just what land they owned, just who their neighbors ended up being, and a lot more.
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Online Military Indexes and Records
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The Internet's Most Comprehensive Source of U.S. Political Biography (or, The Web Site that Tells Where the Dead Politicians are Buried) Created and maintained by Lawrence Kestenbaum
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Robinson and Una Jeffers The Early Years
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RRHX Railroad History of MI Website ** Click/Select the RRHX Home button for RRHX home page
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Spartan Speedway - Mason MI
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Spartan Speedway Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/spartan.speedway/
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Founded in 2001 as a non-profit organization, the society’s goals are to preserve and promote genealogical and historical information throughout the Stockbridge community.
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COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY MRS. FRANC L. ADAMS SECRETARY OF THE INGHAM COUNTY PIONEER AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
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In 1982, President Ronald Reagan asked Lee Iacocca, then Chairman of Chrysler Corporation, to head a private sector effort to raise funds for the restoration and preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation (SOLEIF) was founded.
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African American Genealogy | Cemeteries | Censuses | Message Boards Military Rosters | Marriages | Genealogy Societies | Obituaries | Passenger Lists
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Independence Hall Association IHA Seal The Independence Hall Association (IHA) was founded in 1942 to spearhead the creation of Independence National Historical Park. We are written into the enabling legislation of the Park and stand as an independent group of private concerned citizens overseeing and being consulted on matters concerning the Park.
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Mason Historical District Commission
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Ingham County Historical Commission
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Alaiedon Township History
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An Esker at Mason, Michigan -L. C. Wooster Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science (1903-) Vol. 23/24 (Jan., 1911), pp. 91-94
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Aurelius Township
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Located off of N. Every Road, Alaiedon Township, Mason, Michigan. From Mason - Head north on Okemos Street to W. Howell Road. Turn right (east) onto W. Howell Road and go to North Every Road. Turn left (north) onto N. Every Road. The cemetery is on the left (west) side of N. Every Road. If you reach Harper Road you've gone to far. There is an easement lane through a farmer's field that leads up to the cemetery. There is a gate into the field that is to be unlocked at all times. Access by vehicle is difficult, if not impossible, due to easement lane not being maintained.
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Take US 127 South from Mason to Barnes Rd. Go East on Barnes Rd about a mile. The cemetery is on the south side of the road. The entrance is an unpaved drive that runs between two farm houses.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Located on E. Mason Street (M-36) which turns into E. Dansville Road, Ingham Township, Dansville, Michigan. Not far outside Dansville. Head east on East Mason Street from Dansville. Fairview Cemetery will be on the right side of the road.
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Greenwood Cemetery is located on Aurelius Road. Directions from Mason: West on West Columbia Road to Aurelius Road. Turn left (South) on Aurelius Road. Go past Bond Road. Greenwood Cemetery will be on the right hand (west) side of the road shortly after passing Bond Road. If you reach Plains Road, you've gone too far.
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Located on W. Dexter Trail, Vevay Township, Mason, Michigan. From Mason - head east on East Ash Street (M-36) which will turn into Dansville Road. Turn right onto W. Dexter Trail. Go past Hawley Road. The cemetery will be on your left.
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