The New York Times Almanac 2002

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DETROIT, MICHIGAN Founded in 1701 by Antoine de La Mothe, sieur de
Cadillac, Detroit lies on the Detroit River between Lake Erie and Lake Huron.
Named Fort Pontchartrain-du-Detroit (of the strait), the oldest permanent
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Michigan Almanac

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miscellaneous Features of THE DETROIT WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THE MICHIGAN
ALMANAC. 45 U. S. LAND OFFICES IN MICHIGAN. Michigan contains five land
districts, as follows: The Detroit District includes all the counties east of and ...

The American Almanac And Repository Of Useful Knowledge

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Howard, Jacob M., Detroit. Indiana. — 7. Cravens, James H., Marion. Kennedy,
Andrew, Muncietown. Lane, Henry S., Crawfordsville. Promt, George H.,
Petersburg. Thompson, R. W., Bedford. Wallace, David, Indianapolis. White,
Joseph L.

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May 11, 1858. ' No. 20. Ch. XXXIII. .dn .Hct to enlarge the Detroit and Saginaw
Land Districts in Jlfichigan.* Part of the Cheboygan District is added to the Detroit,
and part to the Saginaw District. This act takes effect July 1, 1858. May 11, 1858.

Plunkett S Sports Industry Almanac 2009

Author: Jack W. Plunkett
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DETROIT RED WINGS www.detroitredwings.com Sports: Leagues/Associations:
Teams: Nonprofits: Other: Y Services: Food & Beverage: Agents: Other: Media:
TV: Radio: Internet: Print: Software: Sales: Marketing: Ads: Tickets: Retail: Other: ...

Forgotten Detroit

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According to The Detroit Almanac, the answer is no. While Detroit and several
other cities possessed many of the key ingredients—capital, raw materials,
access to rail and water transportation—Detroit was uniquely fortunate to have an
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