Entries in maroon font have been transcribed from Johnson's New Universal Cyclopaedia, published in 1876 by A.J. Johnson & Co., New York.
Mendon, post-village and township of St. Joseph county, Michigan, on the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, 21 miles south-southeast of Kalamazoo, and on the St. Joseph River, which furnishes water-power. It has manufacturing and commercial interests of importance. Population 660; of township 1908.
1 - Dutton
2 - Mendon
3 - St. Edward's Catholic Church
4 - Scott
Nottawa, post-village and township of St. Joseph county, Michigan, on the Grand Rapids and Indiana and on the Michigan Central Railroads. Population 1868.
Centreville, a post-village, capital of St. Joseph county,
Michigan, on Prairie River and on the Air-Line division of the Central Railroad, 132
miles east of Chicago. It has one newspaper-office, a large knitting factory, good
schools, and one national bank. Population 749.
5 - Centreville Village
6 - Prairie River
7 - Babcock
8 - Nottawa
9 - Pioneer
10 - Laird
11 - Culbertson Family
12 - Unknown Site
13 - Sherman (Salem)
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