Three Oaks (Mich. : Township)
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains family correspondence between members of the Avery family, including C. S. and Ellen Avery of Bucks Flat, California, and Edward Avery of Fort Junction, Iowa. The letters are primarily concerned with family matters, though C. S. Avery's letters also discuss agriculture in California. The collection also contains receipts and a deed for Sarah Avery of Three Oaks, Michigan.
This collection consists of a mortgage for land in Three Oaks, Berrien County, Michigan, sold to Benjamin Y. Collins by Frederick and Catherine Rehlow (1876), and a certificate attesting the payment of the mortgage (1879).
This collection consists of an official canvass of votes cast in Berrien County, Michigan in the presidential election of 1848, and two bonds (1871, 1874) issued by the Township of Three Oaks to help pay for construction of the Michigan Central Railroad.
This collection contains two letters. The first, from Orin and Emeline (Pope) Churchill to her parents, describes their religious experiences and activities (1840). The second, from C. Churchill to his father-in-law, discusses Masonic activity in Three Oaks, Michigan (1874).
This collection contains Grace Bradley's teaching certificate (1869-1879) from Berrien County, Michigan, and LaPorte County, Indiana, a letter from Senator J. C. Burrows regarding her application for the position as Matron on the "Indian Service" (1898), and a school roll book from Three Oaks, Berrien County, Michigan (1875).
This collection consists of a single letter, written by American author Hamlin Garland to Mrs. Edward K. Warren of Three Oaks, Michigan, regarding the establishment of a museum in Three Oaks.