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Antrim County

Basic Information

County Seat: Bellaire

Origin of Name: County Antrim in Ireland.

Set Off: 1840 as Megisee County. Name changed to Antrim in 1843.

Organized: 1863

Population in 1990: 18,185

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. .

Abfalter, Nancy. History of Elk Rapids. CMU Term Paper, [1961].

Antrim County: Read About it. [Antrim County, MI: Board of Supervisors, 19??].

Antrim County Centennial Committee. 1840-1940, Antrim County Centennial Program. . . Elk Rapids, MI: Aug. 15, 16, 17. The Centennial Committee, 1940.

Brooks, Betty M. Antrim City. CMU Term Paper, n.d.

Centennial Committee of Milton Township. 1865-1965, Milton Township Centennial, Saturday August 21. [n.p., 1965].

Centennial Program, Elk Rapids Township Hall, The Opera House. Elk Rapids, MI: Elk Rapids Historical Society, 1983.

Centurion, 1989. Central Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, 1989. (Central Lake).

A Cozy Spot in Michigan, Antrim County. Grand Rapids, MI: Dean Hicks Printing Co., ca 1905.

Elk Rapids, Michigan. First Presbyterian Church. A Centennial History, 1874-1974. Elk Rapids, MI: 1974.

Farrell, Sheila M. History of Ellsworth. CMU Term Paper, 1976.

Groll, Ruth. History of the Village of Torch Lake, Antrim County, Michigan. CMU Term Paper, 1970.

Hansen, Lyle. History of Bellaire. CMU Term Paper, 1970.

History of Antrim County and Alba. [n.p., after 1932].

Josifek, Lola. Centennial Josifek Farm: Praga, Antrim County. CMU Term Paper, 1971.

Lumbering in Early Days Around Alba. [Alba, MI: 193-].

McDuffie, Mary Kay. The Court House. [Bellaire, MI: The Author], 1974. (Bellaire).

Mancelona United Methodist Church. One Hundred Years of Serving the Community: Now into the Future 1882-1982. Mancelona, MI: The Church, 1982.

Neumann, Glenn. Bay Breezes: Excerpts from the Traverse Bay Progress, a Newspaper Published in Elk Rapids, Michigan. Elk Rapids, MI: Elk Rapids Historical Society, 1996.

Noble, Percy. Noble Memories: A Firsthand Recollection of Northern Michigan's Lumber Boom Days. Traverse City, MI: Pioneer Study Center Press, 1981. (Elk Rapids).

Penrod, John. Traverse Region: The Michigan Riviera. Berrien Center, MI: Penrod/Hiawatha, 1992.

Pinney, Allison. A Brief Account of the Pioneer Settlement of a Part of Antrim County. [n.p., n.d.].

Ruggles, Glenn. Something for Nothing: An Imprecise, Casual Folk History of Antrim County's Chain of Lakes. Union Lake, MI: The Author, 1976.

Ruggles, Glenn. Voices from River Street: An Oral History of Elk Rapids, Michigan. Ortonville, MI: Primary Printing and Design, 1993.

Timmer, Elsie. Gleanings from Ellsworth's Yesteryears: A History of Ellsworth's First 100 Years, 1866- 1966. [Petoskey, MI: 1966].

The Torch Magazine. Autumn 1985-Autumn 1986. Central Lake, MI: Torch Pub., 1985-1986.

The Traverse Region, Historical and Descriptive, with Illustrations of Scenery and Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Chicago, IL: H.R. Page & Co., 1884.

Winchell, Alexander. The Grand Traverse Region. Ann Arbor, MI: Dr. Chase's Steam Printing House, 1866.‚Äč