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Description : Excerpt from History of Genesee County, Michigan, Vol. 2: Her People, Industries and Institutions Men's Club - Trades unions-flint Factories Mutual Benefit Association - Lodges at Fenton, Linden, Flushing, Clio, Otisville, Montrose, Swartz Creek and Davison. Chapter XXV - patriotic societies Daughters of the American Revolution - Order of the Stars and Stripes Soldiers and Sailors of Genesee County - Grand Army of the Republic Woman's Relief Corps - National League of Veterans and Sons - Regi mental Reunions - Flint Union Blues - Spanish War Veterans. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Description : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...Tendency of what your Majesty mentions at the End of your Letter, of Subjects thaf are ours and your Majesty's at the fame Tinte. That we should have Subjects wnb are also your Majesty's Subjects, os over whom any Person, besides Us, has any Pwer, is F f indeed indeed a Thing we absolutely know nothing of: Nor can we believe, that in this Cafe our Pniffig is meant, unless it be that your Majesty does not sufficiently remember the Tenor of the Treaties between Polandznd. the House or Brandenhirg about it. By Vinue of those Treaties all the Inhabitants of the Brandenburgifi Pmffitt are fully and intirely absolv'd and free'd from the Oath, by which, according to the ancient Form, they were bound to the King and the Republick of Poland: And the new Oath prescrib'd to them by the said Treaties, which is used in Pruffii as often as Homage is solemnly; sworn, contains nothing that might impose on the Subjects of the Bran-Jenbvrgijh Pnijsia a joint Subjection to the King and Republick of Poland it implies no other Obligation, than that in Cafe the House of Brandcnlwrg hy the Order of Providence, lhou'd fail, then, and by no Means before that Time, they ihall belong to the Kingdom of Poland, and return to their ancient Allegiance. Consequently, by Virtue of the Disposition made, in express Terms, in the said Treaties, we assert, with the greatest Right, the sole and supreme Dominion over Pv ia for the present, and as long as we and our Posterity ihall live, and we da claim and hold the Possession and Government of the Territories of Pruffia with supreme and absolute Power, free of all Manner of Ties and Obligations, by which pur Pniffia was, in former Times, bound to the King' dpm of Poland; nor do we acknowledge, besides God alone, any...
Description : Genesee County, Michigan, contributed over 2,500 Union soldiers in the Civil War. Many of these men did not survive the war, and were unable to tell their stories. Others, however, wrote extensively about their experiences. Unfortunately, their stories are not well-known, even within their own communities. Therefore, it is crucial to examine the lives of these soldiers, their experiences during the Civil War, and their contributions to the Flint area. By addressing these issues, this publication commemorates the many sons and husbands who sacrificed their lives to save a nation in turmoil.
Description : Michigan Genealogy identifies records on the state and regional level and then the county level, providing details of vital records, court and land records, military records, newspapers, and census records, as well as the holdings of the various societies and institutions whose resources and facilities support the special needs of the genealogist. This thoroughly revised and expanded edition lists, county by county, the names addresses, websites, e-mail addresses, and hours of business of libraries, archives, genealogical and historical societies, courthouses, and other record repositories; describes their manuscripts and record collections; highlights their special holdings; and provides details regarding queries, searches, and restrictions on the use of their records.