Plate 12 of this appendix indicates all airports within 25 nautical miles of the Mt. Pleasant Municipal Airport . ' The plate also shows , by legend , the type of airport
, the airport name , airport elevation , length of primary runway , whether or not a
Author: United States Commission on Civil RightsPublish On: 1993
In the wake of the Mount Pleasant disturbance , Mayor Dixon appointed Mara
Lopez as acting director to replace Ossolinski , who had resigned effective May
17 , 1991 . At the time of the Lopez appointment , a spokesman for the Mayor ...
Author: Geological Survey (U.S.). Branch of Geographic NamesPublish On: 1981
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Author: Geological Survey (U.S.). Branch of Geographic Names
Author: United States. Post Office DepartmentPublish On: 1899
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Residents of Mount Pleasant made living there memorable enough to want to
preserve it and further enhanced the desire to produce this book so future
researchers could see the folk of central Michigan at work and play. Specific to
this project ...
Author: Jack R. Westbrook
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Since 1860, Mount Pleasant has been a center for Native American culture, lumbering, agriculture, oil and gas production, collegiate learning, and retail shopping; Mount Pleasant now boasts one of the largest gaming casino resorts in Midwest America.
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Bartlett , Mount Pleasant ; Charles Bunce , Racine ; Jacob Bussey , Burlington ;
A. H. Blake , Racine ; Philo Belden , Rochester ; Archibald Cooper , Waterford ;
Augustus B. Crane , Mount Pleasant ; Stephen Campbell , Racine ; Mrs. Sarah A.
The Mount Pleas ' ant , tp . of Searcy co . , Ark . Pop . 167 . town is supplied with
water , forced to the summit of a neighboring hill for distribution , and gas . It has
also Mount Pleasant , tp . of Whitesides co . , Ill . Pop . 2553 . good schools , 8 ...
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Pa . , 26 ms . E. of MOUNT PISGAH , P. O. , Clermont co . , O. Harrisburgh ; from
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David Ward is considered one of the founding fathers of Mount Pleasant . Ward
was a surveyor and lumberman who eventually became a millionaire by buying
and selling timber lands , especially stands of pine , in Michigan and elsewhere .
Author: William Cron
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Nestled on the scenic Chippewa River, the city of Mount Pleasant, Michigan, is home to a unique community with a vibrant heritage. An area first inhabited by the Saginaw Chippewa tribe, it has evolved from a humble settlement into a center of commerce, relying upon agriculture, lumbering, oil and gas, banking, and higher education throughout its first century. Although the source of its prosperity has changed over the years, Mount Pleasant's pioneering spirit has remained constant. This book utilizes a collection of archival photographs drawn from the Clarke Historical Library to document Mount Pleasant's progress and expansion from 1854 through 1954.
George Waterbury, Claudine Waterbury, Bert Ruiz. Four THE RAILROAD The
New York Central and Harlem Railroad arrived in Mount Pleasant in October
1846. The railroad gradually replaced the Hudson River as the principal artery of
Author: George Waterbury
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Mount Pleasant has deep American roots going back to the Revolutionary War, when local tenant farmers filled the ranks of General Washington's Continental army. For years, travel to New York City was difficult, until the arrival of the railroad in 1846 allowed easy transportation to lower Manhattan. In 1893, John D. Rockefeller Sr. began buying land in Pocantico and built his classic Georgian mansion. The massive Kensico Dam in Valhalla was completed in 1917 to satisfy the growing thirst of New York City. In 1927, Rose Hawthorne, the daughter of writer Nathaniel Hawthorne, completed the Rosary Hill Home to care for the unfortunate. The following year, Dewitt Wallace and his wife Lila moved to Pleasantville to launch the production of Reader's Digest. Through photographs, Mount Pleasant remembers these historic moments.
Located along the shores of the Charleston harbor, Mount Pleasant is a graceful, enchanting community known for its exquisite views of the water and landscape. Once comprised of five small hamlets, the area has seen phenomenal increases in both business and population, a growth that was correctly predicted when the John P. Grace Memorial Bridge linked the town with Charleston in 1929. It is a place where small-town charm lingers, even among the fast-paced life in which most residents now take part. Mount Pleasant: The Friendly Town begins the community's story where Mount Pleasant: The Victorian Village left off, and it bridges the 1930s with modern times. This compelling history illustrates the ways in which Mount Pleasant coped with the happenings of the 20th century, including such far-reaching events as World War II and the recovery following the Great Depression, and those much more intimate such as the devastation of Hurricane Hugo and the sesquicentennial celebration of the town. Readers will experience this unique area of South Carolina through the eyes of the residents who lived here during the town's coming of age.