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A sudden freeze made ice sufficiently strong to bear the attackers, and again by a night attack, the Chippewas completed the slaughter they had begun. On the Cass, Shiawassee, Tittabawassee, and Flint rivers, bands of the Sauks were met and slaughtered, two of the greatest of these battles being fought in Genesee county on the Flint river.By these operations, the power of the dreaded Sauks was broken, and though it was long thought that the tribe had been exterminated, the remnants of the band appeared in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin as allies of the Fox Indians, who waged relentless war on the French for many years after the lily banner of France had been planted in the Great Lakes region.90-95 CHAPTER VI-BANKS AND BANKING "Wt ILDCAT" BANKS AND THE PANIC OF 1837-LENAWEE COUNTY HAI) THRI-IEE OIF FOUR SUCH INSTITUTIONS-TODAY THE COUNTY BOASTS SIXTEE-N GOOD BANKS..................................................................96-99 CHAPTER VII-MILITARY BLACK HAWK WVAR-ADRIAN GUARDS-MEXICAN WAR-CIVIL WAR AND THE COUNTY'S PART IN THAT STRUGGLE-THE SPANISHe AMERICAN WAR-THE WORLD WAR, AND THE HEROIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE LENAWEE COUNTY MEN............................................100-108 CHAPTER VIII-THE PRESS POLITICS CAUSE OF INCEPTION AND ALSO THE FIAILURE OF MANY PIONEER NEWSPAPERS-FIRST PAPER IN COUNTY PUBLISHED IN 1834-DAILY TELEGRAM NOW PUBLISHED AT ADRIAN-OTHERS IN THE COUNTY ARE THE ADDISON COURIER, BLISSFIELD ADVANCE AND CLINTON LOCAL..............................................................................................109-110 CHAPTER IX-CITIES AND VILLAGES ADDISON - ADRIAN - BRITTON-CADMUS-CLAYTON ---CLINTONDEERFI ELD - HIOLLOWAY - IUDSON-ONSTEDI-MORENCI-BLISSFIELD- TECUMSEII...........................................................................................111-114 CHAPTER X-INDUSTRIAL TANNING AN IEARLY IMPORTANT INDUSTRY —LEATHER GOODS NOW MANUIIFACTUREID AT ADRIAN-DIVERSIFIED AND IMPORTANT INDUSTRIES...................................................................................................... LAND OF THE GREAT LAKES Its Life, Resources, Industries, People, Politics, Government, Wars, Institutions, Achievements, the Press, Schools and Churches, Legendary and Prehistoric Lore Edited by Fuller, A. 86-89 CHAPTER V-PROFESSIONS BENCH AND BAR-PROMINENT LAWYERS AND JUDGES-PHYSICIANS................................................. 67-68 CHAPTER II-COUNTY ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNMENT COUNTY FIRST MENTIONED IN PROCLAMATION OF GOVERNOR CASS IN 1822-TECUMSEH WAS FIRST COUNTY SEAT IN 1824-IN 1826 LENAWEE REGULARLY ORGANIZED COUNTY-ORGANIZATION OF THE TOWNSHIPS-PUBLIC BUILDINGS..........................................69-81 CIAPTER III-EDUCATION PIONEER SCHOOLS-F-'IRST AT TECUMSEH IN 1824-25-BLISSFIELD HAD ONE IN 1827-ADRIAN IN 1828-29-HUDSON IN 1841 OTHER SCIIOOLS-ADRIAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS-THEIR GROWTH-ADRIAN COLLEGE.................................................................82-85 CHAPTER IV —TRANSPORTATION FIRST PUBLIC 1IGI1HAY LAID OUT 1827-28, FOURTEEN IN NUMBER -P L A N K R A D S-STATE HIGHWAYS-RAILROADS-ELECTRIC TRANSPORTATION...............................................Believing themselves secure from assault from the Chippewas, the Sauks began a leisurely journey to the Saginaw.

Surprising the encamped Sauks, the allies defeated them with great slaughter in a night attack; the remnants of the band made another stand on a hill not far distant, but upon sustaining another defeat at the hands of the Chippewas, they retreated to an island near the mouth of Cheboyganing creek.

The Mound Builders opened the first mines in the Upper Peninsula and the workings on Isle Royal in Lake Superior show them to have possessed a remarkable degree of skill and knowledge of the ore veins.

Colpper vessels and implements of all kinds have been found as far south as the Ohio river, bearing testimony to the fact that the Mound Builders trafficked largely in the col)pler won from their prehistoric mines by primitive, yet none the less effective methods of mining.

IN TWO VOLUMES Also A Third Volume Containing Local History and Personal Sketches THREE ILLUSTRATED VOLUMES Published by National Historical Association, Inc., and dedicated to the Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society in commemoration of its fiftieth anniversary Table of Contents SAGINAW COUNTY CHAPTER I-INDIANS AND EXPLORATIONS MOUND BUILDERS-INDIANS IN THE SAGINAW VALLEY-WARFARE BETWEEN SAUKS AND CHIPPEWAS-INDIAN TREATIES-FRENCH EXPLORERS-ENGLISH DOMINATION-COMING OF WHITE SETTLERS AFTER THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR..........................................17-23 CHAPTER II-EARLY SETTLEMENT JACOB SMITH, AN EARLY TRADER-SETTLEMENT AT SAGINAW BEGUN BY LOUIS CAMPAU-FIRST BUILDING ERECTED BY HIM IN 1816 - THE RILEYS - WILLIAM Mc DONALD.- OTHER EARLY C O M E R S...................................................................................................................24-27 CHAPTER III- COUNTY ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNMENT SAGINAW TOWNSHIP ERECTED IN 1830-ORGANIZED AS COUNTY IN 1835 AND INCLUDED WHAT IS NOW BAY COUNTY-DIFFICULTIES OF BAY COUNTY BECOMING RECOGNIZED AS SEPARATE COUNTY-ORGANIZATION OF THE VARIOUS TOWNSHIPS OF SAGINAW COUNTY-COUNTY SEAT LOCATED-BUILDING OF FIRST AND SECOND COURTHOUSES...........................................28-31 CHAPTER IV-EDUCATION ALBERT MILLER OPENED FIRST SCHOOL IN SAGINAW IN 1834 -SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. SCHOOL SYSTEM ESTABLISHED IN 1853-UNION SCHOOD DISTRICT FORMED IN 1865 AND HIGH SCHOOL COURSE ESTABLISHED-HIGH SCHOOL WAS ACCREI)ITEDI) TO UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN IN 1880-ARTHUR HILL TRADE SCHOOL-EAST SAGINAW SCHOOLS-EAST SAGINAW BOARD OF EDUCATION ORGANIZED IN 1859-THE HIGH SCHOOL, HAS BEEN ACCREDITED TO UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SINCE 1879 -B U R T M A N U A L TRAINING SCHOOL-PAROCHIAL SCHOOLSL IB R A R IE S..............................................................................................................32-35 CHAPTER V-PRESS NORMAN LITTLE PUBLISHED FIRST NEWSPAPER, SAGINAW JOURNAL, IN 1836-PAPERS WHICH HAVE COME AND GONE-THE SAGINAW COURIER-HERALD NOW ONE OF FEW MORNING DAILIES IN MICHIGAN-SAGINAW EVENING NEWS-THE SAGINAW PRESS, A W EEKLY PAPER...................................................................................................36-37 CHAPTER VI-BANKS AND BANKING SAGINAW CITY BANK FIRST IN COUNTY-WAS A "WILDCAT" INSTITUTION-ITS FAILURE-YEAR 1855 WITNESSED ESTABLISHMENT OF FIRST SOUND BANK IN THE COUNTY, THE PRIVATE BANK OFI W. GREEN-BECAME TENTH CIRCUIT IN 1859 WITH JAMES BIRNEY AS JUDGE-TWO JUDGES FOR SAGINAW AFTER 1888-PROMINENT ATTORNEYS.........................41-43 CHAPTER VIII-PHYSICIANS AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH BOARD OF HEALTH AND ITS MANY DUTIES-MARKET, FOOD, DAIRY AND PLUMBING INSPECTION-PUBLIC HEALTH NURSNG-SAGINAW CITY HOSPITAL-ST.

LITTLE & CO.-WAS MERGED WITH A NATIONAL BANK IN 1866 TO BECOME MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK-THE HOME NATIONAL BANK-THREE PRIVATE BANKS-FIRST NATIONAL BANK FORCED TO CLOSE IN 1896-BANK Of', SAGINAW AND ITS BRANCHES-NOW LARGEST IN COUNTY-SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF SAGINAW ORGANIZED IN 1871 AND IS NOW OLDEST BANK IN SAGINAW-COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK AMERICAN STATE BANK-SAGINAW VALLEY TRUST COMPANY........................38-40 CHAPTER VII-BENCH AND BAR PRIOR TO 1859 SAGINAW WAS PART OF THE FOURTH AND LATER OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICTS-JUDGES WERE JOSIAH TURNER AND THEN SANFORD M.

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