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Missaukee County

Basic Information

County Seat: Lake City

Origin of Name: Ottawa chief, better known as "Nesaukee," who signed agreements with settlers in 1831 and 1833.

Set Off: 1840

Organized: 1871

Population in 1990: 12,147

Material Available

For many counties the number of items listed is quite long. Navigational buttons are located only at the end of the list. This list of material represents the library's holdings as of July 1997. Be sure to check with us for any additional items we may now have either by contacting the library or by pressing the " Centra-Libraries Catalog" link to the left.

Bronkema, Donna. Social Life of the City of McBain, 1888-1918. CMU Term Paper, 1968.

Burke, Venus. History of Jennings. CMU Term Paper, 1968.

Cockerell, Sadie. Social Survey of Caldwell Township with Special Reference to School District No. 1 Doyle School. CMU Term Paper, n.d.

DeRuiter, Josephine. Dutch in Southeastern Missaukee County. CMU Term Paper, 1968. (Falmouth).

Eberhardt, Eleanor. Social Survey of Vogel Center. CMU Term Paper, 1944.

Ferguson, Carl. Dolph and Vicinity. CMU Term Paper, n.d.

Hazen, Cecille. Social Survey of Merritt Consolidated District. CMU Term Paper, 1945.

Hereweyer, Leonard. Pioneer Days in Clam Union. [Personal Recollections of an Early Settler. . .] [n.p., n.d.].

Jager, Ronald. Eighty Acres: Elegy for a Family Farm. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1990.

Lake, Adrienne. Social Survey of Lake City. CMU Term Paper, 1944.

Lake City Area Chamber of Commerce. A Brief History of Missaukee County. 1960's.

Lake City Journal. April 27, 1877-April 29, 1884.

Lucas Centennial, 1876-1976. n.p., 1976.

Missaukee County Historical Society. Missaukee County Family Histories. Lake City, MI: The Society, 1983.

Missaukee County History Center, Missaukee County Library, Lake City, Michigan 49651 Presents Missaukee County School History. Lake City, MI: Missaukee County Library, [199-].

Missaukee County History Center, Missaukee District Library, Lake City, Michigan 49651 Presents Fred C. Hirzel Photographs. [Lake City, MI: Missaukee District Library, 199-].

Missaukee Independent. January 4, 1888-March 23, 1892. (Lake City).

Missaukee Republican. May 25, 1905-March 26, 1964. (Lake City).

Missaukee Sentinel. December 20, 1990-December 19, 1994. (Lake City).

Moore, John G. Lake City in the Nineteenth Century. CMU Term Paper, 1970.

Nelson, John F. A Frontier Tale of Dolph and Dale. Bowling Green, OH: The Author, 1971.

Nordstrom, Erlind. Jennings: Born and Died Because of Trees. CMU Term Paper, 1971.

Peckham, Janis. Francis O. Gaffney. CMU Term Paper, 1968. (Lake City).

Plain Dealer. December 14, 1892-December 25, 1919. (Lake City).

Richardson, Marian. Social Survey of McBain, Missaukee Co. CMU Term Paper, 1944.

Taylor, Steven D. History of Lucas. CMU Term Paper, 1972.

Vogel, John. The Diary of John Vogel. [n.p., after 1931].

Waterfront. June 17, 1959-November 20, 1995. (Lake City).

Welcome to Lake City on Beautiful Lake Missaukee. [Lake City, MI: Lake City Chamber of Commerce, 196- ].

Yount, C. Howard. Lake City's Glass Factory Debacle and its Aftermath. [n.p., n.d.].‚Äč