A county history covering over 130 years. From the Last Ice Age to the Northwest Territory the State of Michigan emerged from unexplored wilderness to become the greatest lumber producer in the world. The centrally located county of Ogemaw attracted Indians before lumberman came and close on their mukluks were the hearty pioneers craving out the untamed wilderness with agriculture and commerce.
Who were the people, where were the places, where did the railroads runs and what businesses abounded in this county?
Filled with maps, illustrations and photographs, as well as charts and first hand stories. Over 40 pages of Post Cards added by Ganae' Zettle a post card collector. This is one of LuAnn's favorite books for sale.