Mesick Its’ People and Places Volume 8


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

By Nancy Sanders

Anecdotes received from young to old are compiled in Volume 8 of “Mesick its’ People and Places. You will find Clare Shively’s story of Japan war days by Eighth Grade Students Janet Rudy and Marlene Brooks, Ernest Bellville tells of “Harvesting Huckleberries”, The Farm Journal’s excerpts share about “The School that Saved a Village—all inside these pages.  Moreover, Harrietta School days, Copemish, and Wexford Village stories are contained within. Cutting ice and threshing in the old days are also incorporated in the collection of accounts from the Mesick area in the pioneer days.  And more.  Enjoy!

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