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Reminder: David Miles will provide a fully illustrated presentation on the history of our channel bridges this coming Tuesday, July 16 at 6:00 p.m. at the Charlevoix Public Library community room. ... See MoreSee Less
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To mark the 75th anniversary of the dedication of Charlevoix’s current lower channel bridge on July 30, 1949, the Charlevoix Historical Society will be presenting a program on the sequential appearance of all six of the town’s highway bridges. Charlevoix Historical Society curator David L. Miles will narrate a fully illustrated overview of how the town first crossed a narrow channel on a wood plank structure in 1859, then how one bridge led to another up to the newly refurbished giant in place today. Comedy, tragedy, hair-raising close calls and a colorful cast of characters all make up the many unique tales these bridges have to tell.THIS EVENT WILL BE RECORDED AND UPLOADED TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL WITHIN TWO WEEKS. ... See MoreSee Less
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Free program this Wednesday, July 3 at 6:00 p.m. at the Charlevoix Public Library - Deborah Richmond, historian of the Burt Lake Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, will share the story of the Burt Lake Band and the event in 1900 that stripped the Band of their reservation land known as the Burt Lake Burnout. Embark on a historical journey as Richmond unveils the captivating tale of the Burt Lake Band Burnout. Immerse yourself in the rich narrative as she masterfully recounts the challenges faced by this resilient community as their homes were burned by the local sheriff and a land developer interested in selling their property around the up-and-coming resort area of Burt Lake. ... See MoreSee Less
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Bridge Street looking south from Park Avenue at the height of the tourist season. Fessenden's Drug Store is on the right. The buildings in the foreground at left have Wood's Bus Line and Dodge Motorcars dealership. Photo taken in 1922. #charlevoix #charlevoixmi #charlevoixmichigan #charlevoixhistory ... See MoreSee Less
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If you are a genealogist and have ancestors from Charlevoix and the surrounding region, you may enjoy one of our recent programs given by Historical Society Manager of Operations, Trevor Dotson on local genealogy resources and how to utilize them. The Historical Society is always willing to help you if have hit a brick wall in your research, or are just getting started. #genealogy #genealogyresearch #charlevoixhistory ... See MoreSee Less
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