Midland:: The Way We Were (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
Get notified when this item comes back in stock.

Midland:: The Way We Were (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing)) (English, Paperback, Seamster Leona, V. Florey, Virginia Florey)

Share

Midland:: The Way We Were (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))  (English, Paperback, Seamster Leona, V. Florey, Virginia Florey)

Be the first to Review this product
₹2,637
3,428
23% off
Sold Out
This item is currently out of stock
Highlights
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (SC)
  • ISBN: 9780738518862, 0738518867
  • Edition: 2001
  • Pages: 128
Description
Midland, Michigan began life as The Forks, where the Tittabwassee and Chippewa Rivers met. By 1858, The Forks became the Village of Midland, and in 1869 it was incorporated and named the Village of Midland City. Lumbering and farmland attracted the first settlers, and in 1897 a brash young man named Herbert Henry Dow persuaded 57 investors to start a new business there named the Dow Chemical Company. Midland, by then a city, was forever changed.

Included in Midland: The Way We Were are photographs that span the first 100 years of the city. From Main Street landmarks such as the Frolic Theater, to the churches and schools where Midland's residents worshiped and learned-here are over 200 images detailing Midland's history.

Read More
Specifications
Book Details
Publication Year
  • 2001
Contributors
Author
  • Seamster Leona, V. Florey, Virginia Florey
Dimensions
Width
  • 6.44
Height
  • 0.34
Weight
  • 290
Have doubts regarding this product?
Safe and Secure Payments.Easy returns.100% Authentic products.
You might be interested in
Crime, Mystery and Thriller Books
Min 20% Off
Shop Now
Other Literature Books
Min 20% Off
Shop Now
Religion and Belief Books
Min 20% Off
Shop Now
Politics Books
Min 30% Off
Shop Now
Back to top