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by Larry B. Massie
I just found this book on the dry side and hard to push through a lot of it, I have read a number of the authors other books and have enjoyed them.
Paperback: 295 pages. I just found this book on the dry side and hard to push through a lot of it, I have read a number of the authors other books and have enjoyed them.
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further voyages into Michigan's past. 1st ed. by Massie, Larry B. Published 1990 by Priscilla Press in Allegan Forest, MI. Written in English. History, Anecdotes, Biography, Internet Archive Wishlist. Includes bibliographical references (p. 268-282) and index.
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Voyages into Michigan's past. by. Massie, Larry . 1947-. Allegan Forest, Mich.
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The Great Michigan Fire was a series of simultaneous forest fires in the state of Michigan in the United States in 1871. They were possibly caused (or at least reinforced) by the same winds that fanned the Great Chicago Fire; some believe lightning or even meteor showers may have started the fires. In addition to the fires originating in Michigan, the Peshtigo firestorm in Wisconsin crossed the Menominee River and burned in Menominee County, Michigan. More than 3,900 square miles (2,500,000 acres; 1,000,000 ha) were burned in Michigan, including the Menominee County area.