Mesick its’ People and Places Volume 4


“May your magic continue to weave its spell on all who live and visit here.”

By Nancy Sanders

Experiences of an orphan boy who has a village named after him, stories of a developing village helped by neighboring settlements of Glengary, Sherman, and antidotes about the residents of Mesick can be read in volume four. A story of how WWII affected Meauwataka, lumbering at the turn of the century, and how the lumber industry destroyed Grayling fishing on the “Mighty Manistee”. Twenty stories in all to enjoy, one at a time.

All merchandise is available for purchase at the Mesick Historical Museum.

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