Millington-Arbela Area 1854-2004, The (Images of America) by Millington-Arbela Historical Society

By Millington-Arbela Historical Society

due to the fact settlers first arrived within the mid-1800s, the townships of Millington and Arbela have built into powerful groups with deep cultural roots. This informative publication records the Millington-Arbela area's progress and development over the process a hundred and fifty years, exploring founding households, village progress, faith, company, and schooling via infrequent archival photos and postcards. In occasion of the region's sesquicentennial anniversary, the Millington-Arbela ancient Society takes readers on a close visible journey of the area's wealthy background, revealing the awesome humans, locations, and occasions that experience formed the townships as they're recognized today.

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