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Harrison Township: Michigan (Images of…

Harrison Township: Michigan (Images of America)

by Marie Ling McDougal

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"The Gateway to Water Fun"-Harrison Township's motto says it all. From the Native Americans, missionaries, and farmers who tamed the wilderness to the boaters who flock to the Township's launches, marinas, and ever-increasing subdivisions, the adventurous have found a home in the area now commonly referred to as Boat Town U.S.A. Illustrated in over 200 vintage photographs, Harrison Township, Michigan captures the events and everyday activities that have come to define this eastern Michigan township. Featured in this wonderful collection are current and past attractions, such as Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Metropolitan Beach Metropark, and the many marinas and waterfront restaurants. This pictorial history explores the trials, successes, and dreams of the Township's founders, revealing a history that lives on in the mind's eye and in images passed on through generations.

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