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“May your magic continue to weave its spell on all who live and visit here.”
By Nancy Sanders
A compilation of Mesick’s people, past and present is found in Volume 10 of Mesick its’ People and Places: Ginny Johnson, author; Bob and Dorie Hardley, Lawrence and Florence Slater family, (all museum volunteers); Dennis Sparks and Tom Williams making maple syrup; Eleanor Baker and Glen and Esther French our long-ago residents can all be studied in their individual accounts. More about lumbering, mushroom hunting, Briar Hill, and the history of the fire at Mesick School is within the pages. A pioneer relates his life in the Slagle Creek area and finally be sure to read about the Ann Arbor Rail Road’s demise and what is happening with the track trail today.