County Seat: Sandusky
Origin of Name: Sanilac, a Native American chief
Set Off: 1822
Population in 1990: 39,928
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.
Bell, John Dale. An Early History of Lexington, Michigan: The Building of a Small Town. Lansing, MI: Michigan Department of State, 1978.
Buschlen, Karen. Brief History of the Schools and a Summary of the Superintendent of Schools Reports 1873-1877 for Sanilac County. CMU Term Paper, n.d.
Carsonville Journal. January 6, 1944-December 27, 1945; November 26, 1975-September 15, 1976.
Carsonville-Port Sanilac Journal. September 15, 1976-December 30, 1981.
Carter, Elaine. Flynn Township. CMU Term Paper, 1968.
Crandell, Alger B. Thumb of Laughter. Sanilac Club of 1898, 1961.
Deckerville Recorder. January 4, 1901-December 26, 1924; January 4, 1935-December 24, 1936; January 5, 1940-December 31, 1948; November 28, 1975-July 27, 1994.
Deckerville Woman's Club. Trodden Pathways. [Written by members of the Deckerville Woman's Club. Port Huron, MI: Speedy Print], 1976.
Du Mond, Neva. Thumb Diggings; Adventures into Michigan's Thumb Area. Lexington, MI: .
The Great Fire of 1881: A Collection of Stories. Caro, MI: Tuscola County Advertiser, 1981.
History of the Township and Village of Marlette, Michigan, 1854-1956. [Marlette, MI: Marlette Leader, 1956].
Howse, L.H., editor. History of Brown City, 1879-1936. n.p., 1936.
Kipp, Blanche. Social Survey of Peck. CMU Term Paper, n.d.
Kjolhede, Patty. History of Deckerville: Its Beginning through the Early 1900's. CMU Term Paper, 1977.
Lincoln, James H. Fiery Trial. Ann Arbor, MI: Historical Society of Michigan, 1984.
Marlette Centennial, July 12-13-14-15, 1862-1962. [n.p., 1962].
The Marlette Leader. December 22, 1882-December 29, 1911; January 2, 1914-November 9, 1945; July 29, 1948-August 30, 1995.
Minden City Herald. September 8, 1893-December 31, 1986; November 19, 1987-October 27, 1994.
Murray, Anna Pearl. Falling Leaves: An Anthology. Brown City, MI: Maple Valley Press, 1986. (Brown City).
Norman, James F. The Episcopal Church in Lexington, Michigan: An Historical Sketch. [Lexington, MI: 1975].
Portrait and Biographical Album of Sanilac County. . . Chicago, IL: Chapman Brothers, 1884.
Raymond, Oliver. Shingle Shavers and Berry Pickers. [Port Sanilac, MI: Raymond], 1976. (Port Sanilac).
Sandusky Republican-Tribune. January 24, 1930-July 31, 1985 (early years scattered).
Sanilac County Republican. January 4, 1894-January 24, 1913 (scattered).
Sanilac Recorder. November 1, 1893-August 23, 1894. (Deckerville).
Taylor, James R. Portrait of Melvin. Mt. Pleasant, MI: Lynn's Printing Service, 1971.
Teeple, Esther L., comp. Historical Souvenir of the Minden City Centennial, 1855-1955. [Minden City Centennial Advertising Committee, 1955].
Walther, Florence H. A History of Lexington. n.p., 1934.