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In Kalamazoo and Southwest Michigan: Golden Memories, author Lee Griffin illustrates the importance of cultivating the memories of generations past, and looking positively toward the future as one grows older. The book contains the voices of prominent community members who reside in Kalamazoo and the surrounding areas, including Portage, Richland, Gull Lake, Galesburg, Augusta, Hickory Corners, Lawton, Allegan, and Marshall. Their contributions to the region's growth are varied, from a local mailman to a former college president. These extraordinary citizens are representative of men and women everywhere, and whose recollections span the globe. Included in these extensive interviews are first-hand accounts of the flu epidemic of 1912 and its effects on the Kalamazoo area, vivid memories of an African-American boy growing up on a plantation, and the moving story of a man‚s emigration from China and his test of bravery as he made his way to Kalamazoo, where he became a distinguished staff member of Kalamazoo College.

GÉNERO
Historia
PUBLICADO
2001
septiembre 18
LENGUAJE
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
128
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Arcadia Publishing
VENDEDOR
INscribe Digital
TAMAÑO
27.6
MB

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