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by Kathleen Glynn,Suzanne Daniel

Free eBook Livonia  Preserved:  Greenmead  and  Beyond   (MI)  (Images  of  America) download ISBN: 0738541133
Author: Kathleen Glynn,Suzanne Daniel
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (October 16, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 128
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Americas
Size MP3: 1880 mb
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by Suzanne Daniel and Kathleen Glynn. The story begins with Livonia's earliest attempts to preserve its history at Quaker Acres, how it came into being, and the buildings that were moved to the site. These early efforts were expanded to a 100-acre farm complex called Greenmead acquired by the city in 1976.

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LIVONIA PRESERVED, (MI) Livonia Preserved: Greenmead and Beyond tells the story of Greenmead and the Livonia Historical Village and other historic resources through . Images of America (Arcadia Publishing).

LIVONIA PRESERVED, (MI) Livonia Preserved: Greenmead and Beyond tells the story of Greenmead and the Livonia Historical Village and other historic resources through photographs and other ephemera. The story begins with Livonia's earliest attempts to preserve its history at Quake. Arcadia Publishing (SC), Arcadia Publishing Inc.

Both authors of Livonia Preserved have been involved in historic preservation for many years. Suzanne Daniel has a master of elementary education degree from Eastern Michigan University and a master of library science degree from Wayne State University. For over 30 years, Daniel has put her love of history and talent for organizing information to great use in her involvement with the Livonia Historical Commission and the historical society in their work developing the historical village at Greenmead.

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Livonia Preserved: Greenmead And Beyond (Mi) (Images Of America). Author: Suzanne Daniel, Kathleen Glynn. Livonia Preserved: Greenmead and Beyond tells the story of Greenmead and the Livonia Historical Village and other historic resources through photographs and other ephemera. Hurra Amerika! Author

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a b c d e "Greenmead Historical Park: The Village". Retrieved March 16, 2010. a b c d e f g h i Daniel, Suzanne; Glynn, Kathleen (2006), Livonia Preserved: Greenmead and Beyond, Arcadia Publishing, ISBN 0-7385-4113-3. a b c "Greenmead Historical Park: Newburg Intersection at the Village".

Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). As with all their books, Livonia is bolstered by stunning archival photography which includes photos of some of the city's earliest settlers including Hannah Macomber who came to the area in 1826 and died in 1894. In addition to the photos, there are some wonderful vintage drawings and maps of the area that are reprinted in the book.

Livonia Preserved: Greenmead and Beyond tells the story of Greenmead and the Livonia Historical Village and other historic resources through photographs and other ephemera. The story begins with Livonia's earliest attempts to preserve its history at Quaker Acres, how it came into being, and the buildings that were moved to the site. These early efforts were expanded to a 100-acre farm complex–called Greenmead–acquired by the city in 1976. In addition to stories surrounding the Greenmead Historical Park, Livonia Preserved features other interesting structures and sites, such as Henry Ford's Newburg Mill, the Wilson Barn, the Felician Motherhouse, historic cemeteries, and private homes. Each of these represents a unique piece of Livonia history.