Uncle Louis: The Biography of Louis Campau, Founder of Saginaw and Grand Rapids Christopher Mabie

ISBN: 9780978581503

Published: January 1st 2007

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110 pages


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Uncle Louis: The Biography of Louis Campau, Founder of Saginaw and Grand Rapids  by  Christopher Mabie

Uncle Louis: The Biography of Louis Campau, Founder of Saginaw and Grand Rapids by Christopher Mabie
January 1st 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 110 pages | ISBN: 9780978581503 | 6.75 Mb

Louis Campau was an instrumental figure in the development of Michigan as it went from being part of the Northwest Territory, to being part of the Indiana Territory, to being established as the Territory of Michigan, and finally as it became theMoreLouis Campau was an instrumental figure in the development of Michigan as it went from being part of the Northwest Territory, to being part of the Indiana Territory, to being established as the Territory of Michigan, and finally as it became the twenty-sixth state of the United States of America. Louis Campau played an important role in the settlement of Michigan by expanding the fur trade and founding two of the states major cities.

Uncle Louis follows the life of Louis Campau- from his birth in Detroit in 1791 to his death in Grand Rapids in 1871. Along the way, he fought in the War of 1812- expanded the fur trade north and west of Detroit- founded Saginaw and Grand Rapids- and helped build and promote Grand Rapids, the place he finally called home.



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