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Saginaw: Labor and Leisure (MI) (Postcard History Series) ePub download

by Roberta Morey

  • Author: Roberta Morey
  • ISBN: 0738540439
  • ISBN13: 978-0738540436
  • ePub: 1852 kb | FB2: 1482 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (July 24, 2006)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 557
  • Format: lit mobi mbr doc
Saginaw:  Labor  and  Leisure   (MI)   (Postcard  History  Series) ePub download

Saginaw boasts a rich and colorful history. After the early explorers and small Native American villages came the lumbermen, shanty boys, and a bustling commercial center.

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Saginaw: Labor and Leisure. Saginaw - Roberta Morey. Many of Saginaw’s businesses were known worldwide and are still important after more than 100 years. Saginaw was home to a bevy of famous and infamous characters. Many of Saginaw�s businesses were known worldwide and are still important after more than 100 years.

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Roberta Morey was born in Saginaw, attended Saginaw schools, and is a graduate of Michigan State University. She has been married for 46 years, and has three grown children and four grandchildren

Roberta Morey was born in Saginaw, attended Saginaw schools, and is a graduate of Michigan State University. She has been married for 46 years, and has three grown children and four grandchildren. She is now retired after teaching in Bay City and Saginaw elementary schools for 30 years. Библиографические данные. Saginaw in Vintage Postcards Postcard History. Many of Saginaw s businesses were known worldwide and are still important after more than 100 years.

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Roberta Morey, a lifelong Saginaw resident, has used a sampling of her collection of Saginaw memorabilia here. She has authored two previous books for Arcadia Publishing that portray her collection of Saginaw postcards. Series: Images of America. Paperback: 128 pages. Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (September 5, 2011).

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Corona (Postcard History Series CA). Book with pictures of Corona. Corona, California (Postcard History Series) by Mary Winn. Corona, California (Postcard History Series). Making Lemonade out of Lemons: Mexican American Labor and Leisure in a California Town. Making Lemonade out of Lemons: Mexican American Labor and Leisure in a California Town 1880-1960. The postcards collected for this trip down Corona's memory lane reflect its six decades of citrus-industry dominance and portray the past in street scenes, commerce, ranches, schools, churches, homes, and the outlying resorts of Glen Ivy and the Norconian Club.

Saginaw boasts a rich and colorful history. After the early explorers and small Native American villages came the lumbermen, shanty boys, and a bustling commercial center. Later the coal, salt, and sugar beet industries replaced lumbering in the economy. Many of Saginaw's businesses were known worldwide and are still important after more than 100 years. Saginaw was home to a bevy of famous and infamous characters. Among the early ruffians were Fabian Fournier (Saginaw's Paul Bunyan), Silver Jack Driscoll, and the Opera House Rogue, Warren Bordwell. Saginaw's more illustrious residents include "King Clothier," Little Jake Seligman, educator Alice Freeman Palmer, boxer George "Kid" Lavigne, and many others. Many of the postcards in this book represent the businesses and personalities that made Saginaw's distinctive character what it is today.