1 - Glendale
2 - Austin
Paw Paw, post-village and township, capital of Van Buren county, Michigan, on branch
of Michigan Central railroad; has an excellent school system, 6 churches, 1 bank, 2 weekly newspapers, several
flouring, saw and planing mills, 1 sash, door, and blind factory, a carriage and bracket shop, and 1 printing office.
There is good water-power, and trade is carried on in wheat and wool. Population of village 1428; of township 2670.
3 - Three Mile (Cuddeback)
4 - Prospect Hill
5 - Saint Mary's
6 - Pioneer (Old Town)
7 - Clapp
8 - Wildey
|Locality||Business Name||Type of Business||Noted Time-Frame||Notes|
|Paw Paw||Henry Shaefer||Photographer||1889|
Decatur, a post-village of Van Buren county, Michigan, on the Michigan Central Railroad, 116 miles east by north of Chicago. It has a national bank and one weekly newspaper. Population 1420; of Decatur township, 2512.
9 - Anderson
10 - Harrison
11 - Lakeside
12 - Van Hise
13 - Unknown site
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