Entries in maroon font have been transcribed from Johnson's New Universal Cyclopaedia, published in 1876 by A.J. Johnson & Co., New York.
Wakeshma, township, Kalamazoo county, Michigan. Population 1401.
9 - Beard (Leonidas)
10 - Fulton
11 - Northside (North Fulton)
Brady, a post-village of Kalamazoo county, Michigan, on the Peninsular Railway where it is crossed by the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, 68 miles southwest of Lansing. Population of Brady township, 1382.
Vicksburg, post-village, Kalamazoo county, Michigan, at the junction of Grand Rapids and
Indiana and Chicago and Lake Huron railroads, 12 miles south of Kalamazoo; has 2 churches, a union school, 1 newspaper,
4 hotels, and several mills. It is located in the centre of a rich farming section. Population about 1200.
7 - Jenkinson
8 - Hassic (German Lutheran)
List of Teachers Granted Certificates in Kalamazoo in 1883-84.
This listing was printed in the September 26, 1884 edition of The Vicksburg Commercial.
Excerpts from the November 11, 1892 edition of the Vicksburg Commercial.
1890 Brady Twp. Plat Map Index with Map
|Locality||Business Name||Type of Business||Noted Time-Frame||Notes|
|Vicksburg||Z.N. Robinson||Grain, Coal, Plaster & Seeds||1892|
Schoolcraft, post-village and township, Kalamazoo county, Michigan, on the
Chicago and Lake Huron and the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railroads, 12 miles south of Kalamazoo. It
contains 3 churches, a union school, 1 bank, 1 newspaper, a large steam flouring-mill, saw and planing
mill, and 1 hotel. Principal business, farming. Population of village 932; of township, 2136.
1 - Vicksburg (Schoolcraft Township)
2 - Unknown - site
3 - Schoolcraft
4 - Fellows Family
5 - Gourdneck Prairie
6 - Clement
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