Clarence Monroe Burton, Detroit's Historian: A Biographical Sketch (Classic Reprint)

April 21, 2018|
Clarence Monroe Burton, Detroit's Historian: A Biographical Sketch (Classic Reprint) by Patricia Owens Burton
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Excerpt from Clarence Monroe Burton, Detroit's Historian: A Biographical Sketch

I N the fall of 1869, Clarence Burton entered the University of Michigan, where his brother, Charles, was already in residence. He must have felt the same sensation of awe that creeps over each student who first becomes a part of that great institution. Probably, in all of the United States, there is no town so beautiful as Ann Arbor when the leaves first take on their autumn colors.

To Clarence, Ann Arbor was a new and better world than anything he had known before. Unlike most of the sons of Hastings he never had any desire to return. Hastings had to him meant too much hard and distasteful work.

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Title:Clarence Monroe Burton, Detroit's Historian: A Biographical Sketch (Classic Reprint)
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:94 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.19 in
Shipping dimensions:94 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.19 in
Published:April 21, 2018
Publisher:FB&C Ltd
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780282379940

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