Images of America, New Baltimore

Images of America, New Baltimore

in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing), 128 page(s),
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Abstract / Summary
The city of New Baltimore is a waterfront community that has evolved from an early manufacturing and shipping community to one with resort ships bringing tourists to visit world-class hotels, as well as being the epicenter of an interurban railroad system between Port Huron and Detroit and, in modern times, a friendly waterfront community. The area post office was established in 1851 and called Ashleyville for founder Alfred Ashley. In 1867, New Baltimore officially became a village, and it soon prospered and grew. The village became a city in 1931 and annexed land from St. Clair County, which meant leaving the governing authority of Chesterfield Township.
Field of Interest
American History
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2013 by Richard Gonyeau, Bob Mack, and Alan Naldrett
Content Type
Book
Duration
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Format
Text
URL
http://www.arcadiapublishing.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=9780738599847
Page Count
128
Publisher
Arcadia Publishing
Place Published / Released
Charleston, SC
Subject
American History, History, American Studies, Reconstruction (1866-1876), The Gilded Age & Progressive Era (1876-1913), World War I & Jazz Age (1914-1928), Depression & World War II (1929-1945), Post-war Era (1945-1960), The Sixties (1960-1974), Late Twentieth Century (1975-2000), Twenty-First Century (2001-), Restauración (1866-1876), Recontrução (1866-1876), A Gilded Age e a Reconstrução (1876-1913), La Edad Dorada y la Época Progresista (1876-1913), Primera Guerra Mundial y Época de Jazz (1914-1928), Primeira Guerra Mundial e a Era do Jazz (1914-1928), Depressão e Segudna Guerra Mundial (1929-1945), Gran Depresión y Segunda Guerra Mundial (1929-1945), O Pós-Guerra (1945-1960), Época de Posguerra (1945-1960), Los Años Sesenta (1960-1974), Os Anos Sessenta (1960-1974), Finales del Siglo Veinte (1975-2000), Final do Século XX (1975-2000), Século XXI (2001-), Siglo Veintiuno (2001-), Michigan
Series / Program
Images of America
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Restauración (1866-1876), Recontrução (1866-1876), A Gilded Age e a Reconstrução (1876-1913), La Edad Dorada y la Época Progresista (1876-1913), Primera Guerra Mundial y Época de Jazz (1914-1928), Primeira Guerra Mundial e a Era do Jazz (1914-1928), Depressão e Segudna Guerra Mundial (1929-1945), Gran Depresión y Segunda Guerra Mundial (1929-1945), O Pós-Guerra (1945-1960), Época de Posguerra (1945-1960), Los Años Sesenta (1960-1974), Os Anos Sessenta (1960-1974), Finales del Siglo Veinte (1975-2000), Final do Século XX (1975-2000), Século XXI (2001-), Siglo Veintiuno (2001-)

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