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Center Line and Warren Michigan Area History.


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The Earth gets more energy from the sun every day than mankind can use even in a year.
The total solar energy absorbed by Earth's atmosphere, oceans and land masses is approximately 122 PW·year = 3,850,000 exajoules (EJ) per year.
In 2002 (2019), this was more energy in one hour (one hour and 25 minutes) than the world used in one year.
Photosynthesis captures approximately 3,000 EJ per year in biomass. From Wikipedia Solar energy.
You can have lots of this free energy daily.
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For those of you who want to be truly independent and self sufficient if that is possible in today's world, you can add a stove for heat and a water source independent of the city or utilities. Stoves can be anything from propane, kerosene or even wood burners. But safety precautions must be observed. Rain barrels can collect roof rain water and in rural areas there is the possibility of putting in a well. Note wells often also get natural gas which can be a source of heat but this should be vented. Many a barn and home exploded because safety venting of gas was not followed in the old days. We should learn from history which can save lives and avoid repeating mistakes of the past.

ABOUT CENTER LINE abd WARREN Michigan ON THIS WEBSITE

With 2000 pictures 100 books 200 reports this is the Most comprehensive website on Center Line and Warren Michigan History for you to see and print for free compliments of the old historian Professor Wesley E Arnold.

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Center Line's most famous landmarks.

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HISTORY IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE WE CAN LEARN FROM MISTAKES AND NOT REPEAT THEM.
WE NEED TO LEARN FROM HISTORY BECAUSE WE ARE AGAIN MAKING MISTAKES THAT WILL COST US OUR FREEDOMS.

History can also be informative and fun and can provide understanding of why things are.
We also need to preserve our local history and pictures before they are thrown out. Many of you have historic pictures in boxes and albums and could post them on I grew up in Warren or Center Line groups or on Facebook or you can email me a copy to me at wecare@dogoodforall.today

I am giving The Center Line Public Library copies of these pictures on regular and on Millennial DVDs. Millennial DVDs are special archive DVDs with a rock like layer that is rated to last for 1000 years unlike regular record-able DVDs which last only a few years.
Note the Warren Library no longer puts local history on the branch shelves and throws away history donations to it. We donated to them them expensive Warren history books which cost over $100 each in full color, hard bound with each containing over 2,000 pictures given to each branch library and main library and have yet to see any appear anywhere available to the public. We have heard several patron complaints about the best books on Warren history being censored only by the Warren library. The state archives and several universities and other local libraries have accepted these big hardbound books and responded with praise. The Warren library appears to censure our best and most comprehensive books on Warren history when university libraries. and Center Line and other local libraries have accepted them. After all the Warren Library puts out lots of trash content books some even with sexual content while censoring our very decent local history book with no sexual content and thousands of real historical pictures of our most valued history. Just does not seem right to deprive the people of Warren of access to our history. Our history book even has a guarantee that any inaccuracy or untruth will be corrected if proven false. It is not right that they should withhold Warren history and pictures from the public. If they have a problem with something all they have to do is ask and the problem can be resolved.

Judge for yourself see the 2023 Most Comprehensive Warren - Center Line History on this website for free. here where you can see its thousands of pictures in full color on your screen. Do you see anything that should be censored? It has even been found acceptable by grade school teachers for viewing by their students even though the content is adult level.
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This rule is accepted by most civilized persons in every country by every religion as the best way, wisest action, and the best rule of human relations.
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Even a little light may be enough to help. Better to light a light than to suffer in the darkness. Even a small kindness can make a big difference, bring happiness and even sometimes save a life.
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WE NEED TO STOP THE DENIAL OF HUMAN RIGHTS ANYWHERE, EVERYWHERE.
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Humans find it easier to make up stories to explain things they don`t know and pass then on to others who believe them without bothering to seek the truth and the facts and all sides of the story. Question everything because there are so many half-truths and those who want to mislead you and manipulate you. And now effective artificial intelligence and advanced psychological stealth, hidden methods are being used to manipulate you today.

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Kindness is like ice cream. It`s basically the solution to most of the world`s problems.
Wherever there is a human being there is an opportunity for kindness. Humans are humane.
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Here is a short summary of many ideas on my other websites to do with success: This is very important information to be shared to all, written by an old wise one at the end of his life. Be alert, vigilant for threats and make dealing them the highest priority. Think more. Learn from the experiences of others. As much as possible and with reason: Live and let live, do good, be kind, be happy, friendly, cheerful, brave, courteous, trustworthy, honorable, respectful, thankful, grateful, thoughtful, considerate, responsible, and above all loving. Avoid killing and do so only when other means fail to stop attackers and harmers. Avoid causing harm by actions or inaction. Fight evil. Stand up for what is right. Practice and use Wisdom, listen more than speak.
Leave a legacy of good deeds and useful accomplishments because you can take nothing with you when you die, which happens too soon, often unexpectedly. Time is valuable and priceless. Life is short. Live each day as if it were your last as it could be. Think positively, out of the box, use the imagination tool, seek the truth, follow science, and ask enough questions to get full understanding. Question everything.
Be a free thinker. Be critical and evaluate what you see, hear and believe. Avoid drugs, negative people, toxic environments, bad situations, anger, acting on emotion, irrationality, lust, worry and negative thoughts. Enjoy beautiful places and things and nice people. To be a success Think Success Make a plan, work the plan, evaluate, make corrections, seek wise advice.
Time is worth more than money, which is only a tool should not be the end goal as better happiness comes from satisfaction and gratitude of doing useful deeds and helping others and acts of kindness. Live in reality not fantasy. Waste not time on triviality, worry, sensuality.
A light house shines a light or provides a fog horn that warns boaters of rocks, shallows, or provides a direction finding landmark. Lighthouses have saved thousands of lives and still do because sometimes the newer electronic navigation devices fail or are compromised by radio waves or can be purposely jammed or made to fail by enemies.
The light house doesn`t know how many lives its light saves and you will not know how many lives your light will have a good effect on. But it is wise to Be a good Light anyway.
Even a little light may be just enough to show others a way out of darkness.
For example my website bestideas.today provides useful information, warns about scams and threats, has saved lives, and helped people get needed knowledge, be a success and get unclaimed money. 21
This is a dying man's last action and free gift to my brother humans and incidentally gives great satisfaction and happiness to all.

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There is no need for poverty or for any human to be without food, clothing, medical care, adequate housing, or basic income today. Poverty is man made by the wealthy because they are hogging the profits from the workers and not paying living wages or not paying their fair share of taxes to correct social ills and to pay off the national debt which they are making huge amounts of interest income from on loans. All of this is fixable. We just need Congress and leadership to work for us not their rich buddies. 25
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LASTLY AND VERY IMPORTANT.
WE NEED TO TAKE ACTION TO PLANT MORE TREES, REDUCE THE USE OF FOSSIL FUELS OR AT LEAST SWITCH TO NATURAL GAS RATHER THAN OIL TO REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS and install solar panels to get free power.
If we do not take action, many will die in the next few years because of the methane release now being triggered from the melting of the permafrost accelerating the disasters, soon un reversible, and our children will become extinct.
Unpleasant truth verified by science. This is here because it is my duty to educate others. It is almost too late to stop it. If you ignore this professor's warning the onus is on you because I did my duty, installed my solar panels, and warned you.

This is explained at bestideas.today
HERE ARE THE FACTS ABOUT IMPORTANCE OF TREES AND GRASS. FOLLOWED BY CENTR LINE PICTURES
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Trees shelter birds better who eat insects.
Even one acre of trees plays an essential part in preventing unprecedented climate change.
One acre of trees takes in the same amount of CO2 that a vehicle creates after driving 26,000 miles. This same acre of trees also takes in the amount of carbon dioxide that two vehicles create within a year.
Of the air that we breathe, oxygen is one-fifth of it. Annually, one acre of trees can produce enough air for 18 people. Trees and other photosynthesizing plants are imperative for all animal lives, including human lives, on Earth. Otherwise, we would eventually be unable to breathe.
As trees emit life-giving O2, they also take in carbon dioxide; clearly, trees have a deep impact on our environment. Carbon dioxide is the primary cause of the greenhouse effect, which holds heat in our planet`s atmosphere. This makes Earth warmer and, ideally, a more tolerable place to live.
Trees hold carbon dioxide in their trunk fibers. This, in turn, purifies the air around them and minimizes the harmful effects of CO2. This enhancement of air quality is especially beneficial in cities that have more pollutants than other areas.
The size of the leaf area also known as Specific leaf area SLA and Leaf Mass per Area LMA are major factors in determining how much Oxygen is produced and how much carbon is removed. See Wikipedia Specific Leaf area. Some plants have bigger leaves, but how many heaves are in an area of land or water is more important. Some plants produce more than others. The plant winner with the greatest leaf are per plant per land or water area are Evergreen Gymnosperm trees which include spruce and fir trees. Some like the Norway Spruce and Colorado Blue Spruce have a huge amount of leaves, grow world wide and also provide habitat for other animals while producing Oxygen and removing carbon year around.
Below are the trees that produce the least to the most amount of oxygen:
Least O2: pines, which are coniferous (cone-bearing) and evergreen (stay green all year).
Average O2: oaks and aspens, which are primarily deciduous (shed leaves).
Most O2: maples, beeches, true firs, spruces, and Douglas-firs.
These trees are a mixture of deciduous, coniferous, and evergreen.
Regarding oxygen production, a mature silver maple tree, for instance, can emit enough O2 in one day for two people.
On the same day, a silver maple can consume nearly 100 gallons of water from the soil and disperse it into the atmosphere.
Within a year, a silver maple can take in about 48 pounds of carbon dioxide.
In terms of oxygen production, a mature short-needled Norway spruce, for instance, can emit 58% more O2 than a beech tree.
In fact, a Norway spruce can photosynthesize for 260 days per year while a beech can only photosynthesize for 176 days per year.
Maple and beech, are deciduous.
The three others, true fir, spruce, and Douglas-fir, are evergreen.
Again, neither one of these types of tree absolutely surpasses the other in oxygen production.
Genetically engineered trees show promise of emitting high levels of O2. Some of these trees have been recorded to grow at 35 feet each year,
Investing more in these trees might have a significant effect on our atmosphere.
The world currently has over 3.1 trillion trees, according to Nature. While this is a stunning number, it`s below half the total number of trees that were on the planet prior to human impact.
Given that carbon dioxide has substantially increased during the last 50 years, it`s more important than ever to protect the tree population.
Trees are truly a treasure.
Along with their natural allure, they provide a heap of necessities that improve the health of Earth.
They enhance air quality, balance climate temperatures, raise the quality of soil, and offer food, shade, and shelter for people around the world. Trees Reduce Harmful Effects Of Climate Change
The above are direct quotes from "https://treejourney.com/what-trees-produce-the-most-oxygen-and-how-they-do-it/"

We need to plant more trees. Great family project to do with children and communities to support.
Grass is also very important because it also generates our life saving oxygen.
By the way Lawns are an excellent producer of oxygen. A lawn area 50 ft x 50 ft produces enough oxygen for the daily needs of a family of four. An acre of grass will produce enough oxygen for 64 people a day. Reducing your carbon footprint begins right at home. Source ScienTurfic Sod https://www.scienturficsod.com resources air-and-water

A lawn can produce significant amounts of oxygen, in fact, studies show that one 5,000 sq ft of grassland can produce enough oxygen for up to 35 people!
But how does this compare to trees? Does grass produce more oxygen than trees?
It`s a lesser-known fact that grass, the often-overlooked green foliage lining the Earth`s surfaces, plays a crucial role in producing oxygen for our environment. A lawn produces oxygen at a rate greater than trees! Studies show that while 5,000 sq ft of trees with full canopy coverage produces enough oxygen for between 8 and 18 people, the same area covered in grass produces enough for almost 35 people! That`s a significant difference.
Also the grass produces more oxygen if we cut it higher. Michigan State University states "there is a direct relationship between cutting height and the amount of roots a grass plant can maintain. Lowering the mowing height reduces the root system. This restricts the ability of the plant to absorb water and nutrients... Current standards suggest between 2 and 3.75 inches. Higher cut lawn grasses are more stress tolerant. This is especially important during the summer heat period. Taller grass plants with higher density have a profound shading effect on the soil surface, which reduces germination of weed seeds, particularly crabgrass. This is an excellent way to reduce herbicide use, especially where the lawn is properly fertilized and watered to maintain vigor."

Evergreen trees such as spruce and firs produce oxygen year around and set above grass and are often cleared of snow by the wind so continue to produce oxygen while the grass is smothered under snow. Norway and Blue spruces actually have more leaf area than many broad-leaf trees. Leaf area is a big factor in oxygen production.

If we plant both grass and trees we get even more.
So cities need to create and maintain more parks with lots of grass and trees.
Also we can gradually replace sidewalks with tough walkable grass or other tough walkable plants like mosses. In damper areas two strips of asphalt separated by grass ot tough walkable grass like cover could replace sidewalks. This would enable strollers and wagons and eliminates snow shoveling by substituting snow sweeping which is easier and can be automated. Also grass is much friendlier and healthier to human feet and body and for children. This would Increase oxygen production. Another benefit is in regions of winter snow the black asphalt often melts the snow or ice.

Replacing cement with walkable plants is better for humans and better for our environment and is cheaper to install and replace.

Trees store much of their carbon within their leaves and woody biomass, while grass stores most of its carbon underground. This means that when a tree catches fire, it releases its stores of carbon back into the atmosphere. But when a fire burns through grasslands, the carbon fixed underground tends to stay in the roots and soil.
How much CO2 does 1 acre of grass absorb?
An acre of grass, whether maintained or left alone to grow unmolested, will sequester approximately 3,600 pounds of greenhouse gas annually.
How much CO2 do trees absorb per acre?
How Much Carbon Does an Acre of Trees Absorb? An acre of trees can absorb up to 2.6 tons of carbon dioxide each year based on a calculation that one average tree absorbs 48 pounds of CO2.


Center Line and Warren Michigan History


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2023 COMPREHENSIVE WARREN - CENTER LINE HISTORY
part of the Archive of 100,000 thousands of pictures
The first 300 pages are summary pages with 2153 pictures.
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          QUICK FIND INDEX 36
          MAIN INDEX page 22,001 937 pages and still being added to 37

followed by subject pages in small groups of pages.
These are followed by a Bibliography (page 1000) then by End notes and references, starting on page 1011 which contains details, notes, special information.
The first 300 pages are in summary form above followed by detailed other books by topic (most are 50-100 pages)
followed by alphabetized parts of just a few pages. This makes things easier to find, print and fit on cell fones.

To find things quickly REFER TO THE QUICK FINDER INDEX which has outgrown the book and is now a short document. AND PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WORK IS IN PROGRESS and I have very old and limited staff of me, myself, I and the complaint secretary who is quite content to listen to complaints and not interrupt while she licks between her toes. ;-)

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A NOTE ON PICTURE QUALITY. TO FIT SEVERAL THOUSAND PICTURES ON A SERVER AT A REASONABLE PRICE I HAD TO TAKE A SCREEN SHOT OF PAGES WHICH RESULTED IN LOWER QUALITY, like the one above. BUT YOU CAN STILL SEE BETTER QUALITY PICTURES WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD THE FREE BOOKS.

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The bedrock on which our area sets has floated over many areas of the Earth. It has been molten lava, barren land, covered with glaciers, under seas covered by coral, then cold Tundra
This lasted millions of years.
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Billions of these corals pictured above, lived in our area for millions of years.

Below millions of bigger animals lived here also for millions of years.
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Some of our predecessors had to deal with these mastodons and caused their extinction.
Humans moved into the Great Lakes climate biom and had to share it with millions of other animals we have today. Eventually in city areas the humans dominate. But you may be surprised of the number and variety of animals that live in under and above our lawns. They number in the hundreds. By the way Lawns are an excellent producer of oxygen. A lawn area 50 ft x 50 ft produces enough oxygen for the daily needs of a family of four. An acre of grass will produce enough oxygen for 64 people a day. Reducing your carbon footprint begins right at home. Source ScienTurfic Sod https://www.scienturficsod.com resources air-and-water

A lawn can produce significant amounts of oxygen, in fact, studies show that one 5,000 sq ft of grassland can produce enough oxygen for up to 35 people!
But how does this compare to trees? Does grass produce more oxygen than trees?
It`s a lesser-known fact that grass, the often-overlooked green foliage lining the Earth`s surfaces, plays a crucial role in producing oxygen for our environment. And guess what? A lawn produces oxygen at a rate greater than trees! Studies show that while 5,000 sq ft of trees with full canopy coverage produces enough oxygen for between 8 and 18 people, the same area covered in grass produces enough for almost 35 people! That`s a significant difference.
Evergreen trees such as spruce and firs produce oxygen year around and set above grass and are often cleared of snow by the wind so continue to produce oxygen while the grass is smothered under snow. Norway and Blue spruces actually have more leaf area than many broad-leaf trees. Leaf area is a big factor in oxygen production.

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A NOTE ON PICTURE QUALITY. TO FIT SEVERAL THOUSAND PICTURES ON A SERVER AT A REASONABLE PRICE I HAD TO TAKE A SCREEN SHOT OF PAGES WHICH RESULTED IN LOWER QUALITY, like the one above. BUT YOU CAN STILL SEE BETTER QUALITY PICTURES WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD THE FREE BOOKS.
The pioneers who spent a lot of time in the wilderness lived with the above animals. There are millions more of them than of us. 46
For 10-12,000 years people have lived in our area. They had no writing system hence no written history. Knowledge was passed on by word of mouth and by stories at the campfires. Their life was that of a survival existence, endless warfare and fear of the unknown.
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          1837-1862cabin mounds.pdf Has some of Hindsdale's research on Indian mounds and forts here. 52
          ChristiansSlaughtered.pdf   Historian Clarence M. Burton talks about A group of peaceful Christian Moravian Indians who built our first road. 54
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          War1812related.pdf Historian Wesley Arnold took these pictures himself. Smile you'll see. 62
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Later I tell about terrible Hamilton the hair buyer who made the American frontier unsafe for settlers.

Michigan Trails
The story of the trails. There were many animal and human foot trails thru the wilderness. Later some became three main dirt pathways for horse riders which later were worked on to allow use of horse drawn wagons and buggys. One trail went westerly, another, the center one, led to Utica and the third led to Ft. Gratiot near Port Huron. The center trail was noted on French maps as the "Centre" line. Later settlers referred to this as the Center Line and is where the area of the Center Line Village got its name. The Center line of Warren Township is what is now Van Dyke and was called the Center Line Road. The State Road was what is now called Sherwood after a Detroit area family by that name. 68
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Above is the first Survey map of Center Line. Note the Indian trails and creeks. Difficult to make out but not important now as the trails and creeks are gone.
Maps tell much of the story of settlement. Show the creeks that used to be here. But many are difficult to read. I am looking for a better 1869 because this one is not clear.
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The pioneers had to have a long gun for protection against wild animals and marauders. The Women and girls knew how to use them if need be. But the most dangerous wild animal that hurt the most settlers was the mosquito which caused ague which disabled even strong men at times.
The average cabin was small and had narrow windows which were shuttered to protect from animals or opened to let in air and light during nice weather. There was no glass. They used cloth or skins instead if they had any. Everything was done by hand and an ax starting with nothing.
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FARMERS HAD TO TAKE CARE OF THEIR ANIMALS OTHERWISE THEY WOULD NOT HAVE FOOD, TRANSPORTATION AND CLOTHING.
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THE DAILY CHORES INCLUDED FEEDING AND TENDING TO THE ANIMALS AND MAINTAINING THE FIRE 24/7
BELOW WAS HOW WASHING WAS DONE. SOMETIMES WITH A BIG POT OR TUB OF STEAMING WATER TO KILL THE BUGS.
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A CLOSER LOOK AT THESE MAPS TELLS THE STORY OF OUR FARMS AND SETTLERS.
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THE OLD HISTORIAN PROFESSOR WESLEY ARNOLD TOOK THE 2nd PICTURE down at far right. AT THE LAST SAWMILL IN OUR AREA. IT HAD BEEN RUN FOR YEARS WITH STEAM ENGINES. THE WOOD LOT FOREST IS STILL THERE WHERE I STILL TEACH AT AGE 82 AT THE COLLEGE THERE. THAT WAS THE BUNERT-WEIER SAWMILL. 99 96
THIS BECAME KNOWN AS THE BUECHEL BLOCK. FIRST A GENERAL STORE THEN BUTCHER THEN MANY MORE BUSINESSES.
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WHY THE LARGE WHEELS? IT MADE NAVIGATING THE BUMPS AND RUTS EASIER. MANY BUGGYS HAD HUGE SPRINGS.
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This was St Clement School. The other oldest school in Center Line was The Warren township District #2 School now referred to as Plunkett School because Mortimer W Plunkett taught there for many years. It was replaced in 1921 by the Busch School. See my history of local schools for more details.
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wood construction. All hand labor.
The St Clement Church was another reason Center Line happened. Many of the locals went there and the priests spoke several languages. The community flocked to the church and businesses grew around it. IT PROVIDED A COMMUNITY GATHERING PLACE WITH COMMON PURPOSE. Now we are better connected but have huge social alienation and community disconnect. We used to have a general sense of community where most citizens knew their neighbors and the community knew what was going on and took care of each other. Now not so much. And many young ones walk around like zombies staring at little screens barely talking to each other. We need to establish good community bulletin boards. 106
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The roads in the old days were much worse. below paving of Lillian St in Center Line taken by Wesley Arnold with the famous Vintage Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera in 1956. By the way it cost $5.00 in 1956 now some selling for $400. The first Brownie box cameras actually sold for only $1. in 1900.
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LOOK AT THE DITCH ABOVE. THEY WERE NEEDED TO DRAIN THE WATER BUT PEOPLE, ANIMALS AND CARS ENDED UP IN THEM. NOW THE DITCHES ARE ENCLOSED AND UNDER THE ROAD.
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Above Van Dyke dirt road. Middle is at St Clement Church. Bottom J. M Cave called it Main St. Centreline, and AFTER A RAIN THAT ROAD WAS A SEA----OF MUD.
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Blacksmith on West side of Centre Line Road. French spelling.
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WE OWE MUCH TO J. M. CAVE PHOTOGRAPHER FROM N DETROIT FOR TAKING THESE PICTURES in the early 1900s.
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VAN DYKE WAS PAVED WITH STONES IN THE 1920s. NOTICE THE DITCH.
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THAT IS THE MICHAEL WEINGARTZ HOUSE HIDING THE CHURCH. I REMEMBER MY NEIGHBOR CLEMENT WEINGARTZ WHO WORKED AT LAZOENS FEED STORE, TALKING ABOUT AUNT GERTIE AND UNCLE MICHAEL AND OTHER AFFECTIONATE NAMES I HAVE FORGOTTEN WHO LIVED THERE. I HAVE THEIR STORY.
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TROLLEYS WERE FUN TO RIDE, RELATIVELY QUIET AND THE BEST LOCAL MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM. THE DEPRESSION AND CARS KILLED THEM. THEY WERE SOLD TO MEXICO.
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In my books and are many histories of local churches. The first churches here were thousands of years ago where people held ceremonies outside. The first modern church was in Warren in the 1850s where they built and met in a log cabin which was also used as a school. St Clement leads the actual Center Line list being formed in 1853. Several modern day Center Line churches were formed in in the 1920s including Brthel Methodist 1920 and the Center Line Community Church formed in the 1924 pictured above as the Center Line Presbyterian. Now has New Hope on the building which is closed and we hope will become a community center which we need. There have been many more churches see my histories for details.
Fire protection was another big reason for formation of Center Line Village. Residents wanted a closer fire engine and fire fighters along with a village water supply. Of course this meant a bigger voice in government which led to the formation of a village in the more rural Warren Township.
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I served many years honorably as part of the Center Line Fire Department. See the detailed history of it in these works. We should have great respect for firefighters and our police as they risk their lives daily to protect you. I nearly lost my life twice as a fireman. One of those was trying to rescue children in a burning house. Make a fire escape plan and rehearse it with children often. Otherwise they will go hide in closets and under beds. And be sure to stress the do not talk to strangers does not include fireman and police. Have a preplanned meeting place outside. Know where the kids are and tell rescuers where to look. This could save lives.
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I took this foto with my Brownie Hawkeye c1961. Later I served on the CLFD, many times using my favorite fire truck the 1957 American LaFrance on the right. Norman Smith in light coat was a fireman in this foto on Sunburst at Van Dyke.
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Boy scouts usually have a winter survival training yearly. Scouting teaches emergency preparedness, survival skills, good ideals, leadership and offers boys and girls many opportunities. We need groups to sponsor troops. Every family should have a Scout Handbook for the children to read at home and on trips in the car and motel room. They can learn first aid, useful knowledge, how to deal with emergencies, survival, most important good ideals and morals and great advice on avoiding drugs. Better than them staring at their game screens or watching the common degenerative TV programs. And Scouting teaches how to be a success in life. Get a Scout Handbook because it could also save a life. Save that baby from choking to death when no adult knows what to do. They are trained what to do for heart attacks and other emergencies. A boy scout saved my life when I was a child. He was observant and noticed a child was no longer at the surface in Wildwood Lake. He went over and rescued the missing child in the lake. 50

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        Here is a link to my generic scout handbook website which is not as good as the new scout handbooks but I can't use their stuff because of copyright. But again it has much of the good scouting stuff to see for free. link to my free scout handbook Important things to know from the Scout Handbook. Some of these could save your life.
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See the son of our Center Line Mayor Bert Hazen, Paul Hazen`s brick and other heroes above. Read about our medic hero George Schultz, and our Center Line's Larry Snow, and Sgt Major Victor Racosky, and our many other heroes in my books. I do not think of myself as a hero even though I got shot at and almost lost my life a few times, saved some lives, was personally awarded a medal by a general in the Army. I told him I was just doing my job. I had the honor to have served with some heroes. And we should honor all of the ones who have served in the military because they worked to secure your freedoms. We owe them gratitude and respect. Many of us veterans are dead or soon will be but we served under our flag which still stands for Life, Liberty, Justice and well being for All which includes Human Rights. I will stand for the flag and national anthem as long as I am able in honor of those thousands who died securing our freedoms.
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Homer was nice to me and he was a man of many talents and occupations. Teacher, band director, civil defense leader, pharmacist, businessman. I need to find someone who knows more to tell us his history so it can be recorded here. By all accounts he and Mrs Hazelton who was also a teacher were kind folks. They are still well thought of years after their deaths.
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Howard Johnsons was owned by Rus Haney's father and he still runs the most famous historical restaurant in Center Line. The beautiful flowers there are maintained by master gardener Tom Turmel.
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I have had more than one old timer tell me they would go to St Clement, pick up a Sunday handout then go to Johnny's for pool and camaraderie. Later they would read about the sermon and tell their moms they went to church. The infamous Center Bar was next door. There are stories I dare not repeat here about bars which go back to the murder of the Ryan boy at Dalten's corners 8 Mile and Van Dyke nick named devils corners. And of course about the Rosie red-lights and the infamous Hotel Center Line which was just north of Bulkan Hall where one could get more than a room and food. Strange one bar near St Clement had according to the census several female "housekeepers". Then there was the Midas Touch which was closed down for touching. By the way there is more slavery in the Detroit and Warren areas now, than there ever was in history. I mention this in my college classes. The college students don't believe me until they look up human rights and human trafficking. Warren and Detroit have human trafficking task forces.
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Van Dyke view towards Liberty theater which became skating rink than auto shop. Right top Lazoens Hay and Feed store, Kroger which became Bi-Lo, Rinke started about 1915 now dominates Van Dyke in Center Line. Ed Rinke has done much good but the city wants to have a little less footage of auto sales on Van Dyke. Should we rename this area Rinkeville? Harold Stilwell our famous printer and newspaper publisher. Dan Dee shoe service were nice folks.
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Liberty Theater c1930s, Wm Leroy blacksmith shop, Van Dyke c1920, The Old District school located at 10 Mile and Sherwood, State Park Street.
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Just below Wolf Hardware truck and Swansons then later John James Standard service at Bernice and Van Dyke. State fair view and Instamatic camera.
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WCTU stood for Womens Christian Temperance Union who were pro prohibition because so many man would get drunk and beat up their wives. J Gerou had his own trucking company here. Two fotos (correct modern spelling) of the Township Hall where many meetings were held at 11 Mile and Van Dyke which was the center of the township. Had many band concerts there. Boys would fly model airplanes there and hunt rodents with rifles or airguns. Some boys would bring rifle to school, check it in with the principal and hunt for rabbits before or after school. This got dinner for some families. We mostly were very responsible so there were few or no problems with threats or other nonsense as now. Because we were expected to act with responsibility for our actions. If a boy acted up in school the principal would just notify the parents and that boy would not be sitting down for several days because of the reality lesson he would get for free in the woodshed from his father.
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There were chimpanzee and Elephant shows at the Detroit Zoo, We had drive in theaters. The big Hudsons flag in Detroit where we could ride that marvelous thing before its time called an escalator or take an elevator cage operated by an operator. 1960 Center Line High students by Vans Pharmacy. Many shopped at Federals over on Gratiot. Most of the Federals were taken down by big fires when they were losing money. The old man with the cat was Historian Daniel Stewart who preserved his uncle's diaries (Diaries of an American Farmer) in which you can read of daily life from 1872 to 1902. They are fascinating and informative. Free at the Center Line Public Library or here. The old historian who has also compiled 240 useful books and done doctoral research on finding the easiest language (International Vocabulary Esperanto see at http://easiestlanguage.info ) tried a beard but didn't like it and he also doubled as Santa as did many fathers.
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THIS WEBSITE IS BEING IMPROVED YOUR SUGGESTIONS WELCOME. BEST WISHES Professor Wesley Arnold your old historian. Remember history nite starts at Center Line Public Library Thursday Dec 7th
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Bottom left Community band probably at township hall in early 1940s. Right side St Clement school band. Music brings happiness to many. This is especially true in times of sorrow like here. My father was in the Normandy Invasion killing others and seeing hundreds of his fellow soldiers being killed that day in an effort to stop Hitler who wanted eventually take over Europe and the USA. Hitler also ordered the killing of millions of innocent people. My mother did what she could to cheer others up by playing in this band. Did humans learn from this history? Well some did and some didn't as we have V. Putin and the Islamists killing thousands of innocent people today. Look at Oct 7 2023 when they butchered 1400 innocent people by invading their homes, killing children sleeping in their beds then beheading them and killing hundreds of people attending a music concert.
Humans are humane, sociopaths like V Putin are not. We have to stop the harmers from harming people with preventive action and law enforcement. Make Cause no harm the law and enforce it to protect all.
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He was one of our first settlers. Fought in the Civil War. Died so poor the county had to buy the coffin. The transaction was signed by Hieronmoous Engelman who was later laid to rest there. Henry's grave location has been lost and he had no marker for 128 years until a kind veteran had one made for this hero for remembrance. There are other heroes who should be noted and I am doing so in my books which include a complete listing of all known burials at St Clement with index and locations and pictures of every stone. See links.
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Church street was renamed Engelman in his honor. Roni as he was known was a war veteran, who served as a public servant in many jobs and in our state legislature. He was also a farmer and had a grove of trees together with the churches trees where people gathered after church and nice days at Engelman and Van Dyke. It was probably Center Line's first but unofficial park before it became a village or city.
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This young nun, Sister Emanuel, taught children at the St Clement school but caught TB and died in poverty. She was so well loved that they erected a cross marker which has become stained over the years. I preserved a church article about her. See that for more details.
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Perhaps the best preserved farm closest to Center Line is the Behrns-Qualmann farm on 10 Mile Road west of Mound but in the Center Line School District. William Qualmann bought the farm from Behrns. There was a legal dispute between them. William had a daughter Rose who married our famous Harold Stilwell who was a Center Line printer and publisher of the Weekly Review also long time active in local government. Tom Turmel bought the farm and later sold it to Sandy Stilwell wife of Harold's son Ray who live in the old farmhouse today. Above are a few pictures related to this farm and there are some others on this website. The little building is a smokehouse which was important to preserve meat back before refrigeration. I have many more details in my books.
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A NOTE ON PICTURE QUALITY. TO FIT SEVERAL THOUSAND PICTURES ON A SERVER AT A REASONABLE PRICE I HAD TO TAKE A SCREEN SHOT OF PAGES WHICH RESULTED IN LOWER QUALITY VIEWING ON THE WEB PAGE. BUT YOU CAN STILL SEE BETTER QUALITY PICTURES WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD THE FREE BOOKS.
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The water tower gave pressure to the water for homes and fire hydrants and held a back up supply. Center Line always had reliable water with several 200 foot wells. Center Line had good water but it did have a little natural gas in it and it would put a little pocket of gas at the top the faucet pipe and we would light a match and get a little puff and flame just for fun. But after a few buildings exploded farmers learned to vent wells. Detroit water was brought in when the water supply from the wells was beginning to become insufficient for the increasing population. This was a 100,000 gallon tank, erected in 1928. 90 feet tall. After Center Line got Detroit water in 1959 this water tank was taken down in 1960. Thanks to Mike Grobbel for doing the research on this. Visit his great Center Line history website which is grobbel.org/centerline
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Barbers first drew blood to treat sick people by draining out the bad blood. Hence their sign was a bad blood removal sign. This barber shop may have become the old redone Dan Dee shoe shop.
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HARD TO SEE HERE IS THE HORSE-MEAT TRUCK AT BOTTOM. Also at bottom right Here is old historian with his grandfather in garden as a reminder that many people had gardens for food which made them more self sufficient. We also had chickens and rabbits for meat and eggs. Those little real black rabbit eggs are called smart pills. (Anyone stupid enough to eat one got smart real quick, at least on the subject of rabbit eggs :-) Actually they were used in the garden for fertilizer. Some of our rabbits were Angoras which had wool which my mother spun and made yarn.
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We had lots of parades. Seemed like fun. When the American flag went by everyone, and I mean everyone stood up because we had respect and gratitude for the men who died to secure our freedoms.
The color area is the State Fair many of us went to every year which had more fun and many exhibits to learn from. I entered my rabbits for a very small fee and got to go every day for free and that included free parking. My mother sold the Angora wool items she made. That is where I met Cisco and others and got their autograph which was a big deal to a kid. They had lots of animals and my favorite items, food and special demonstrations and events.
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Center Line`s biggest mansion is perhaps the Gietzen house. Father was an early settler here. William Ferdinand Gietzen killed in France. His marker was stolen by the grave robber gang in 2011.
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I need the names of these houses. If you know names of any please help.
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Professor Wes Arnold did much research on St Clement, Warren Union and the oldest cemetery in Warren which was the Indian and pioneer cemetery near Bunert and Martin which was bulldozed and used as fill dirt.See 272 below. This research is published in his books on them. However he also has unpublished grave maps. The Man to ask for additional information now is Jerry Malburg a dedicated volunteer caretaker at St Clement who is related to many of those buried there. A very fortunate observation by Professor Wes, a former boy scout who were taught to be observant. He had asked permission to visit the old rectory just before it was to be demolished to photograph any old pictures and he noticed a couple of old books in the trash. He examined them and found they were the original record books of the cemetery. They were in bad shape. Of course all was turned over to the church who owns the cemetery. He asked Fr Bondy for permission and photographed them and made DVDs of the records which were lost and were give to the office so they could look up records quickly and are now being used by the cemetery managers. You may examine these on this website also. He then spent several years talking to families whi visited the cemetery who showed him where people were buried. For more information on this see Professor Wesley Arnold's research on St Clement, Warren Union, Bidel-Green, and Mt Olivet cemeteries in Covingtion NY where Abe Warren and some of our other pioneers came from.
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Below is in the Smith store. I wanted to get more info but the lady who donated this to me does not believe in e-mail and I lost her address. So we need more info on the Smith store. Wiegands who have a long record of public service. At right is in showroom of a dealership the name needs to be found.
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Dear friend Mary Gonyeau and I and a few others skipped school to see JFK talk. Was the only day I skipped school. I was in the Army when he was assassinated.
We often remember certain times. Like the time I was working evenings in the telephone exchange building when all of a sudden it seemed like every fone in every circuit was making a call. I was new and I went over and asked the old timer. We were alone and had no contact with the outside world and he said something serious must have just happened. Yep that was the evening Dr King was shot.
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Bea`s lunch was at right side. This was perhaps the first restaurant (other than Miller`s Tavern) in Center Line. Harold Stilwell said she had no refrigerator so went to the store next door bought meat cooked it and served lunches. Professor Wes has complete records on all Busch, Center Line High(thru 2020)and St Clement Graduates and also a reported deceased list. See website. Also see Who's Who for hundreds of stories.
Shy Boy by TV set at Christmas time and next picture of discarded tree picked up on Christmas eve because we were too poor to buy one. But we had love in the family and cared about each other which is most important. 8165 Lillian, a gravel street with Daniel Stewart historian, Next picture shows it being paved. Above is Binsons Drug Store counter. At right we often heard rumble of tanks running on the test track at 11 Mile and Van Dyke.
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Best picture of Homers soda fountain from school yearbook. See 302 for more Homers pictures. Local crossroads, unknown exactly where. Warren Station which was at 10 Mile and Sherwood first called Groesbeck stop.
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Bring your old pictures to Thursday afternoon history slide shows/talks at the Center Line Public Library AT 5 :30 to be copied so we can preserve important pictures before they get thrown into the trash by the grandkids.
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The big brown four foot high Victrola was wound up by a crank them played records loud enough to be heard in two rooms all without electricity. Later little 45 RPM records with big hole in center were the fad. Much easier to use. The 7-inch 45 rpm record was released March 31, 1949, by RCA Victor as a smaller, more durable and higher-fidelity replacement for the 78 rpm shellac discs. The first 45 rpm records were monaural, with recordings on both sides of the disc. They are still used and traded today. DVDs, USB flash drives and streaming have mostly replaced them.
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There are many wonderful and bigger homes in our area old and new. Here are a few of the old ones. The grandest of which is the Dr Felix Osowski mansion and estate across from the Warren Post Office on Mound Road. There is a huge wooded area on bear Creek. Professor Wesley Arnold got permission to photograph the area and house. Center Line has the Michigan State Police house at Potomac and Van Dyke and the Gietzen Mansion and many grand houses on our Warren Blvd.
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Bodega was a premier steak restaurant which served fine wine. It was perhaps the most classy restaurant in the area. There was some kind of dispute and the management closed up and left. If someone knows the story let me know. Paul G. Hazen was the son of our mayor Bert Hazen. He was killed in Vietnam. The City of Center Line named a street after him near our library. There is a little park there between Van Dyke, Paul Hazen drive, Cattlemans and Wayne's Waffle House which is often referred to as Paul Hazen Park. The hills were higher but it was decided that too many children may be tempted to accidentally ride into traffic so they lowered the hills and built the gazable.
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For better or worse depending on your opinion big organized religion is on the decline in the USA. The biggest growth has been in irreligion and cults supported by the huge number of immigrants coming in to the USA. Young people are turning to Truth backed by science which is the search for truth as opposed to uneducated hearsay, false stories, fables and myths in a huge sea of half truths of information in todays world. Youth ask questions and are skeptical because the older generation although it has given them freedom has failed to stop poverty, killing, wars and has left them with an environmental crisis that may lead to the extinction of humans. An unpleasant fact. They realize that we need positive research and action by those in power not just more plundering of the middle class, greed, and of ignoring serious problems ignoring the truth. We have just discovered that a little degree of temperature warming is causing serious triggering of methane release in arctic areas and that is quickly accelerating the warming further. This last year was the worst ever and it is going to get much worse unless the causes are mitigated soon. The religions that teach one should seek the truth, treat others as one would want to be treated oneself, find meaning with God and good purpose seem to be what many are turning to and of course all is personal choice. Everyone has their own personal religion and skema of the world. God does not order anyone to kill another but cults and dictators do. But it is still one`s personal choice of what do they believe is right. I therefore do not condemn any religion.

2000 pictures 100 books 200 reports This is the Most comprehensive website on Center Line and Warren Michigan History for you to see and print for free compliments of the old historian Professor Wesley E Arnold who has many more in his archive which he is donating to the Center Line Public Library, and the Historical Society of Center Line. Eventually Bentley and other University libraries may get a copies but it is so huge that it will take much time and I am inscribing them on Millennial DVDs which are rated to last 1000 years. I am looking for others interested in history to carry on the work of preserving it and helping make a better world. Do Good Be Kind Be Happy.

1944 Historic book WITH PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES 427

        4801 Historic 1944 A.pdf 428
        4811 Historic 1944 B.pdf 429
        4821 Historic 1944 C.pdf 430
        4831 Historic 1944 D.pdf 431
        4841 Historical 1944 E.pdf 432
        4851 Historical 1944 F.pdf 433
        4861 Historical 1944 G.pdf 434
        4871 Historical 1944 H.pdf 435
        4881 Historical 1944 IJ.pdf 436
        4891 Historical 1944 K.pdf 437
        4901 Historical 1944 L.pdf 438
        4911 Historical 1944 M.pdf 439
        4921 Historical 1944 N.pdf 440
        4931 Historical 1944 O.pdf 441
        4941 Historical 1944 P.pdf 442
        4951 Historical 1944 Q.pdf 443

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          Accomplshments of Center Line Folks 444

A          Accomplishments and History CLHS classes1960-1964.pdf 445

A          201American Heritage.pdf 446

A          activities.html in the pioneer days 447
A          American Legion Warning.pdf A must read! 448

A          American Revolution.html 449
A          Ample for All.pdf 450
A          Abel Warren.html Our most important and famous pioneer. 451

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B          1000 new Bibliography.pdf rough draft 452

B          1897_old Sources Bibliography.pdf 453

B          454 Warren Township Banks.pdf 555

B          1863-84 Banking.pdf 456

B          baby animals.html 457
B          Bill of Rights.htm 458
B          Biographies.html 459
B          Bits Of Wisdom.pdf 460
B          All Busch High School Graduates.pdf 461

BUSINESSES
B          businesses_Local.html 462
B          Longest Lasting Businesses.pdf 463

B          351 Oldest stores.pdf 464
B          363 More Warren Businesses.pdf 465
B          4601_Businesses.pdf 466
B          4700_Businesses by street.pdf 467
B          229 Businesses2.pdf 468

BUSINESSES BY STREET 469

B          Businesses_8 Mile.pdf 470
B          Businesses_9 Mile.pdf 471
B          Businesses on 10 Mile.pdf 472
B          Businesses_11 Mile.pdf 473
B          Businesses_12 Mile.pdf 474
B          Businesses_12M ile.pdf 475
B          Businesses_14 Mile.pdf 476
B          Businesses_Chicago Rd.pdf 477
B          Businesses_Dequindre.pdf 478
B          Businesses_Hoover.pdf 479
B          Businesses_Mound.pdf 480
B          Businesses_Ryan.pdf 481
B          Businesses on Sherwood.pdf 482
B          Businesses_Schoenherr.pdf 483
B          Businesses on Van Dyke.pdf 484

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B          Bunert Farm 2.htm 486
B          Bunert-WeierFarm 1.html 487
B          Oldest Cemetery.pdf 488

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C          Couwlier property 1-a.pdf This property was at Topher and Gratiot 489
C          survey Couwlier property Jan 1922.pdf This property was at Topher and Gratiot 490
C          281 crops.pdf 491
C          crops livestock.htm 492
C          Making Clothing.html 93

C          The Un-Civil War.html 494
C          chw2017.pdf book 88 pages great little history book 495
C          ConciseHistory Index new 2019.docx 496
C          Let's Create a Better Life For All.pdf 497

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C          Oldest Cemetery.pdf 499
C          2101 Pioneer Cemeteries of Warren Township Michigan.pdf 500

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C          2503 adb-al st clement stones.pdf 501
          2205_12_St Clement Cemetery History.pdf 502
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          St Clement Index.pdf Every stone indexed as of end of 2018 504
Also there is a picture of almost every stone in the archive scroll down to pictures of stones on this new page 505
If I live ( I am getting realy old) and am able I will photograph the new stones after they are put on the graves and add them to the archive. See the index for more information.
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          10401-2 OldStClementRecords.pdf 507
          2330_Oldest recordsSCC.pdf 508
          13601 StClement Stories.pdf 509
          2300_29_St Clement Records by Year.pdf 510
          10401-2 Old St Clement Records.pdf 511
NOTE I HAVE INDEXED AND PHOTOGRAPHED EVERY STONE IN ST CLEMENT CEMETERY. SEE THE ARCHIVE ON ST CLEMENT STONES FOR PICTURES OF THE STONES
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          10201 Children Buried At St Clement.pdf 514
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          2400_St Clement Cemetery.pdf 516


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Note I have done a lot of research on Warren Union Cemetery and have indexed all known burials and all stones and I have placed a picture of every stone in the archive. I regret not photographing the 20 or so cement mortar brick markers I placed on unmarked graves as many of these have been stolen by grave robbers as was the Unknown Soldier Memorial, The Memorial that listed those Warren Boys who died and are buried there, the Pioneer and Children's Memorial, the Memorial to those who died, the Flag memorial and someone's epitaph memorial. Some of these I did not get a chance to photograph before they were stolen. We Veterans want the Unknown Soldier memorial which was stolen off of his grave and the Memorial listing our boys who died and are buried here returned by those responsible for stealing them. (According to The Warren Police, WWJ, The Macomb Daily, emails and admitted in a Historical Commission meeting those responsible for stealing these memorials which they did not own from graves they did not own were Oscar Zamora, Richard Hetchler and Sue Keffler.) We veterans feel they should return them because we should honor our men who have given their lives in the service of our country and because it is the right thing to do. We are looking for an attorney who is a vereran to help us in this matter.

CW          3000_Warren Union Index.pdf 518
CW          075_Vets At Warren Union.pdf 519
CW          Warren Union Cemetery Warren Michigan.pdf 520
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CL          2331 Old Center Line Families.pdf 523

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C          1401 Warren CENSUS 1830-1870.pdf 525
C          1501_1588 CENSUS 1870-1890.pdf 526
C          1601_1900-1920 Census.pdf 527
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CL          5101_02_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 529
CL          5103_06_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 530
CL          5107_10_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 531
CL          5111_14_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 532
CL          5115_18_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 533
CL          5119_22_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 534
CL          5123_26_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 535
CL          5127_30_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 536
CL          5131_34_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 537
CL          5135_38_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 538
CL          5139_42_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 539
CL          5143_46_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 540
CL          5147_50_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 541
CL          5151_54_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 542
CL          5155_58_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 543
CL          5159_62_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 544
CL          5163_66_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 545
CL          5167_70_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 546
CL          5171_74_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 547
CL          5175_78_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 548
CL          5179_82_Pictures of Center Line Area.pdf 549
CL          5200 CenterLineHistory.pdf 550

CHURCHES 551

C          245FirstMethodistChurch.pdf 552
C          248OlderChurchesofSWarren.pdf 553
C          250ChurchesMiddleWarren.pdf 554
C          255ChurchesNWarren.pdf 555
C          257ChurchesSWarrenNewer.pdf 556
C          259StClementChurch.pdf 557
C          267StPaul.pdf 558
C          271StAnne.pdf 559
C          274StMark.pdf 560
C          383mysteriousBldg.pdf 561

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DEATH RECORDS 563

D          Reported deceased class members CLHS 564

D          1901 Death Records A.pdf 565
D          2001-60 Death Records B.pdf 566
D          2061-86 Death Records c.pdf 567

DIARIES very important as these show actual daily life in the 1800s 568

D          1_Diaries of an American Farmer in Michigan Introduction 569
D          3401_DiaryAmFarmerIntroPaper.pdf 570
D          DiaryAF.html 571
D          2_Diary_Excerpts_And _Questions 22.pdf 572
D          3501_Diaryfrm_bgn 1872-75.pdf 573
D          3600_Diary 1876_1877.pdf 574
D          3700 Diaries 1878 1879.pdf 75
D          3700 Diaries 1878 1879.pdf 576
D          3800 Diary1880_1881.pdf 577
D          3901DanielStewartDiary.pdf 578
D          4000_DIARY_1885-1890.pdf 579
D          4101_DIARY_1890_1896.pdf 580
D          4201_DIARY_1897_1902.pdf 581

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E          1011 Endnotes being worked on 582
E          285Epitaphs.pdf 583
E          education.html 584
E          scholarships.html 585
EASIEST LANGUAGE
E          easiestlanguage.pdf 586

EDUCATION 587

E          1755-1776 misc docs 8grExam Library plan.pdf

EXECUTIVE ORDERS 588

          executive orders.pdf 589

OLD FAMIIES 590

F          Family Trees not in Warren for genealology 591
Contact me at wecare@dogoodforall.today if you are a cousin as I may have some of your family history.
  F         Clara Reed, Stanton, Somerville, Mann, Stewart, Bissell, Kincaid 592

ClaraReedFamilies.pdf
593
  F         Edwards Families and history EdwardsFamilies.pdf 594
  F         Shaver Families and history ShaverFamilies.pdf 595
  F         Stewart Families and history StewartFamilies.pdf 596
  F         Arnold Families and history ArnoldFamilies.pdf 597
  F         Morrow families MorrowFamilies.pdf 598
  F         What was life like for our ancestors What was life like for our ancestors 599

  F         Warren area families below 600

F          12000 Old Families of Warren area starting with letter A.docx Old families with names starting with A. 601
F          12200 Old Families B.docx 602
F          12400 Old Families C.docx 603
F          12600 Old Families D.docx 604
F          12800 Old Families E.docx 605
F          13000 Old Families F.docx 606
F          13200 Old Families G.docx 607
F          13400 Old Families H.docx 608
F          13600 Old Families I.docx 609
F          13601 StClement Stories.pdf 610
F          13800 Old Families J.docx 611
F          14000 Old Families K.docx 612
F          14200 Old Families L.docx 613
F          14400 Old Families M.docx 614
F          14600 Old Families N.docx 615
F          14800 Old Families O.docx 616
F          15000 Old Families P.docx 617
F          15200 Old Families Q.docx 618
F          15400 Old Families R.docx 619
F          15600 Old Families S.docx 620
          Stewart History and Diaries.pdf 621
F          15800 Old Families T.docx 622
F          16000 Old Families U.docx 623
F          16200 Old Families V.docx 624
F          16400 Old Families WX.docx 625
F          16600 Old Families Y.docx 626
F          16800 Old Families Z.docx 627

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FARM 640

F          11201 Farms1800-1960.pdf 641
F          547WFD.pdf 642
F          11201 Farms1800-1960.pdf This is an 83 page book. 643
F          farmequipment.html 644
F          FarmingMachinery.html 645
F          Firstsettlers.html 646
F          Food.html 647
F          frenchandbritish.html 648
F          StatewideFire.html 649
F          WarrenFarms.html 650
F          farm implements 651
F          534WarrenFarms.pdf 652
F          433tools.pdf 653

FIRE 654

          545WarrenFireChiefs.pdf 655
          547WFD.pdf 656
          1701_1723 CLFDhist 1.pdf 657
          1725_1754 CLFD 2 plus.pdf 658

659-669 blank ref numbers
FONE BOOKS (modern spelling. We need to improve things such as stupid English abnormalities. Through for example should be thru)
1950 Fone Book 670

          5000-24 Center Line 1950 fone book.pdf 671
          5001 CenterLineHistory.pdf 672
          5025-45 Center Line 1950 fonebook.pdf 673
          5046-66 Center Line fonebook.pdf 674
          5067-77 Center Line fonebook.pdf 675

676 blank ref number
1947 Fone Book 677

          10301 CL-Warren 1948 Phone Book.pdf 678
          10302 CL-Warren 1948 Phone Book.pdf 679
          10303 CL-Warren 1948 Phone Book.pdf 680
          10304 B 1948 Phone Book.pdf 681
          10305 B-C 1948 Phone Book.pdf 682
          10306 C2 1948 Phone Book.pdf 683
          10307 D-E 1948 Phone Book.pdf 684
          10308 F-G 1948 Phone Book.pdf 685
          10309 G-H 1948 Phone Book.pdf 686
          10310 H2 1948 Phone Book.pdf 687
          10311 H-K 1948 Phone Book.pdf 688
          10312 K-L 1948 Phone Book.pdf 689
          10313 L-M 1948 Phone Book.pdf 690
          10314 M 1948 Phone Book.pdf 691
          10315 MNO 1948 Phone Book.pdf 692
          10316 OP 1948 Phone Book.pdf 693
          10317 PQR 1948 Phone Book.pdf 694
          10318 RS 1948 Phone Book.pdf 695
          10319 S 1948 Phone Book.pdf 696
          10320 STUV 1948 Center Line.pdf 697
          10321 VW 1948 Center Line.pdf 698
          10322 W-Z 1948 Center Line.pdf 699
          10323 A-B 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 700
          10324 B-C 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 701
          10325 DEF 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 702
          10326 GHIJ 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 703
          10327 KLM 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 704
          10328 MNOP 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 705
          10329 PRS 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 706
          10330 STU 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 707
          10331 W-Z 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 708

1948 FONE BOOK 709

          10301 CL-Warren 1948 Phone Book.pdf 710
          10302 CL-Warren 1948 Phone Book.pdf 711
          10303 CL-Warren 1948 Phone Book.pdf 712
          10304 B 1948 Phone Book.pdf 713
          10305 B-C 1948 Phone Book.pdf 714
          10306 C2 1948 Phone Book.pdf 715
          10307 D-E 1948 Phone Book.pdf 716
          10308 F-G 1948 Phone Book.pdf 717
          10309 G-H 1948 Phone Book.pdf 718
          10310 H2 1948 Phone Book.pdf 719
          10311 H-K 1948 Phone Book.pdf 720
          10312 K-L 1948 Phone Book.pdf 721
          10313 L-M 1948 Phone Book.pdf 722
          10314 M 1948 Phone Book.pdf 723
          10315 MNO 1948 Phone Book.pdf 724
          10316 OP 1948 Phone Book.pdf 725
          10317 PQR 1948 Phone Book.pdf 726
          10318 RS 1948 Phone Book.pdf 727
          10319 S 1948 Phone Book.pdf 727
          10320 STUV 1948 Center Line.pdf 728
          10321 VW 1948 Center Line.pdf 729
          10322 W-Z 1948 Center Line.pdf 730
          10323 A-B 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 731
          10324 B-C 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 732
          10325 DEF 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 733
          10326 GHIJ 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 734
          10327 KLM 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 735
          10328 MNOP 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 736
          10329 PRS 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 737
          10330 STU 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 738
          10331 W-Z 1948 Warren Exc.pdf 739

FONE BOOK 1977 ref number for web page use 740

          1301-1351 FONEBK1977.pdf 741

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        561WarrenServiceGarage.pdf 742

H
H          happenings.html 744
        294-297 HonoredHistorians.pdf 745
          390WarrenHotels.pdf 746

HEROES 747

H          621Heroesbefore1939.pdf 748
H          631Heroes1940-1950.pdf 749
H          641Heroes1950-1954.pdf 780
H          693Heroes1955-1975.pdf 751
H          0731-0836warrenmihistory.pdf vignettes of our servicemen 752
H          740Vignettes of Heroes.pdf 753
H          0837-1000 Vietnam casualties.pdf 754
H          Heroes Iraq.pdf 755
H          HeroesAfghanistan.pdf 756

HISTORY 770

H          history1917-1999.html 771
HOME
H          HomeInteriors1900s.html 772

I
          22001_INDEX_AZpluspictures.pdf 773

I          315indians.pdf 774
I          325IndiansEvicted.pdf 775
I          331homeInventions.pdf 776
I          335Inventions.pdf 777
I          improvingthingsforall.html 778
I          indians.html 779
I          it.html 780
I          IVResearch.pdf 781

International Vocabulary
782
I          VestPocketKey.pdf 783
I          Free_English_to Intntl_Vocab_Cell_Phone_Dictionary.pdf 784
I          Free_International_Vocab to English_Cell_Phone_Dictionary.pdf 785
I          /Modern Languages Compared Documenting Language Learning Difficulty.pdf 786
I          FreePrintableEng-IntVocabDictionary.pdf 787
I          /Free Printable EoIntVocab to English Dictionary.pdf 788
I          InternationalVocabulary.pdf 789
I          IVandResearch.pdf 790
I          IVResearch.pdf 791
J
J          246 247 Jefferson1.pdf 792

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L
L          Lillian.html 793
L          Log Cabins.html 794
L        359Locals.pdf Names of old local places
795
LESSONS OF HISTORY 796

L          lessonsofhistory.html

LIBRARY 797
L          1755-1776 misc docs 6grExam Library plan.pdf

reserve ref #s 798, 799 LANGUAGE
800 L          LanguageQuickLearningKey.pdf 801
L          LIVandResearch.pdf 802
L          LanguageQuickLearningKey.pdf 803

M
M          AmpleforAll.pdf 804
M          SavingOurFreedom.pdf 805
M          antigreed.html 986
M          Mail.html 807

MACOMB 808
M          5701-34 Macombpictures.pdf 809
M          5800_macombcountycommunities.pdf 810
M          5735_MacmbCoVetsMemorial.pdf 811

MAPS 812
M          USGS map of Warren 813

MARKERS 814

M          4403 -20 Historical Markers.pdf 815
M          4421 Historical Marker Pictures A-C.pdf 816
M          4426 Historical Marker Pictures D-H.pdf 817
M          4431 Historical Marker and sites I-P.pdf 818
M          4435 Historical Marker and sites Q-T.pdf 819
M          4441 Historical Marker and sites U-Z.pdf 820
M          4403 - Historical Markers.pdf 821
M          warrenhistoricmarkers.html 822

MEMORIALS 823

M          4500 - 4510 Memorials.pdf 824
M          4511 - 4520 Memorials.pdf 825
M          4521 - 4530 Memorials.pdf 826
M          4531 - 4540 Memorials.pdf 827
M          4541 - 4550 Memorials.pdf 828
M          4551 - 4560 Memorials.pdf 829
M          4561 - 4570 Memorials.pdf 830

Misc 831

M          365EvenMoreWrnFotos.pdf 832
M          372moreWrnfotos.pdf 833
M          379MoundRoadViews.pdf 834
M          383mysteriousBldg.pdf 835
M          361wrnMooreStore.pdf 836
M          Let's Create a Better Life For All.pdf 837
M          Modern Languages Compared Documenting Language Learning Difficulty.pdf 838
M          SavingOurFreedom.pdf 839
M          WarrenVeteransMemorial2018.html 840

MICHIGAN STATE FAIR
841
M          Michigan State Fair The Last Real One.pdf 842

M          393OtherMedia.pdf 843
M          1280 EcksteinMap.pdf 844
M          1232aerialWarrenWodsMiddleSchool.pdf 845
M          1235 Warren Township Map 1817.pdf 846
M          1237_324_343 J Wampler notes.pdf 847
M          1257 Wampler Notes344-360.pdf 848

MUSIC
849
M          313Fiddlers.pdf 850
M          1353 OldTimeMusic.pdf 851

N
N          4301_4316_NewspapersArticles.pdf 852
N          4305WarrenWatchman.pdf 853
N          4311WeeklyReview.pdf 854
N          4317WarrenWatchman.pdf 855
N          4325DetroitFreePress.pdf 856
N          4327_Warren_News.pdf 857
N          4328WeeklyReview.pdf 858
N          4334_Editorials.pdf 859
N          4335historicarticles.pdf 860
N          4336MacombObserver.pdf 861
N          4337_DetroitNews8143.pdf 862
N          4372CarinCreek.pdf 863
N          4373TechCenterNews.pdf 864
N          4375foreclosersBurgularies.pdf 865
N          /4376Biedaearmarks.pdf 866
N          4377GMpatriotLNA.pdf 867
N          4378TheRemark.pdf 868
N          4379Tri-CityProgress.pdf 869
N          4381 midway.pdf 870

O
O          1885-96_Dr_Felix_Osowski.pdf 871
O          Contemporary American Opinions.pdf 872

P
P          451 US Post Office history 873
P          401Prehistory.pdf 874
P          405wrnPeckStore.pdf 875
P          414RulersAndPublicOfficials.pdf 876

O          OldThings.htm 877
O          oldtimedoings.html 878
P
P          139001 Old pre America History.pdf 879
P          policefiredefense.html 880
P          prehistory.html 881

Q
Q          qualmanhouse.html 882
Q          410qualmanhouse.pdf 883
R
REMINISCES BOOKS 884

R          10900 Reminisces of Old Timers Businesses.pdf This is a 97 page book 885
R          11000 Reminisces of Old Timers Happings.pdf n This a 96 page book 886
R          11100 Reminisces of Old timers Old Days.pdf This is a 90 page book. 887

R          Reported deceased class members CLHS 888


Religion or cult centers.
Note Religions follow God cults follow a human.
The biggest world cult is a pseudo religion (because although it claims to be a religion it really does not follow God but rather it follows a human and follows that human`s life as its law not God`s commands) does not accept equal rights for women and girls, or American custody and divorce laws. Their doctrine approves beating of wives, killing of non members, slavery and the golden rule is not found in their bible and they refuse to accept the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Of course they will deny this because DECEPTION is part of their cult doctrine of world domination. They will immediately attack any assertions to these facts. But their actions on Oct 7 2023 in Israel and worldwide in countries which they have taken over should make it clear. Just look at Afghanistan and Africa and ask any woman from those areas. Here they are held in check by our law enforcement. But we have still have had honor killings of women in our area disguised as suicides or accidents. Social workers report that subjugation of women and girls and beatings are more common in this group. Many are not bad persons and many are good citizens. As a former social worker I just mention this because many females do not discover this terrible truth until they exit the USA and the laws and court system no longer protect them and they found themselves losing their human rights.

Religion is after all a personal choice. So I will not label any religion good or bad. The problem with cults is that the member must follow the cult or be severely punished. In all the countries this cult has a majority in members of this cult are killed if they digress or leave it even today. This is an unpleasant truth they will deny. Many of us veterans have personally witnessed the abuse of women in this cult including so called honor killings. See references for verification also see thereligionofpeace.com

Catholic
1. St. Martin De Porris Parrish 31555 Hoover Rd. Warren, MI 48093 (586) 264-7515
2. St. Faustina Church 14025 Twelve Mile Rd. Warren, MI 48088 (586) 772-2720
3. St. Josaphat Ukranian Catholic 26401 St. Josaphat Dr. Warren, MI 48091 (586) 755-1740
4. St. Louise de Marillac Catholic Church 2500 Twelve Mile Rd. Warren, MI 48092 (586) 751-3340
5. St. Mark Parish Warren 4401 Bart Ave. Warren, MI 48091 (586) 759-3020
6. St. Anne Catholic Church 32000 Mound Rd. Warren, MI 48092 (586) 264-0713
7. St. Anne Religious Formation 6100 Arden Ave. Warren, MI 48092 (586) 268-3434
8. St. Mary, Our Lady Queen of Families, St. Dorothy Site 12253 Frazho Rd. Warren, MI 48089 (586) 757 3306
9. Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Chaldean Catholic Church 11200 Twelve Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 804-2114
10. Our Lady of Redemption Melkite Catholic Church 29293 Lorraine Ave, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 751-6017
11. Our Lady of Grace Parish 26256 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 755-1313
12. Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East: St. Mary’s Parish 4320 E 14 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 825-0290
13. St Cletus Church 26256 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 755-5490
14. St Clement 12255 Frazho Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 757-3306

Lutheran
1. Peace Lutheran Church 11701 E 12 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 751-8010
2. Hope Lutheran Church 32400 Hoover Rd, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 979-9055
3. Christ Lutheran Church 32300 Schoenherr Rd, Warren, MI 48088 (586) 293-0700
4. Crown of Life Lutheran Church 32725 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 264-2656
5. Mt Calvary Lutheran Church 8129 Packard Ave, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 757-0319
6. St Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church 11423 Chicago Rd, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 979-3850
7. Holy Cross Lutheran Church 30003 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 751-2550
8. Amazing Grace Lutheran Church 29860 Dequindre Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 751-7750
9. Trinity Lutheran Church 8150 Chapp Ave, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 755-6767
10. Zion Lutheran property taken over by Islamic center

Presbyterian
1. Celtic Cross Presbyterian Church 11451 E 10 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 757-7832
2. First Presbyterian Church of Warren 3000 Twelve Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 751-1721

Baptist
1. Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church 11071 E Eleven Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 759-6262
2. Warren Missionary Baptist Church 11285 E 10 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 759-3220
3. Faith Baptist Church 26510 Schoenherr Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 775-1760
4. Warren Woods Baptist Church 14251 Twelve Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48088 (586) 772-4171
5. Twelve Ryan Baptist Church 3500 Twelve Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 573-0990
6. Van Dyke Baptist Church 24620 Cunningham Ave, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 252-8948
7. Gideon Baptist Church 13899 Stephens Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 772-3230
8. New St Paul Missionary Church 21050 Ascension Ave, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 619-9708
9. Westview Baptist Church 2140 Stephens Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 758-2255
10. Golgotha Romanian Baptist Church 25220 Mound Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 755-1565
11. Fellowship General Baptist Church 7256 E 9 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 759-2366
12. North Warren Free Will Baptist 3003 Chicago Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 264-6720
13. International Missionary Baptist Church 25100 Lorraine Ave, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 883-6570
14. Waltham Ave Baptist Church 21038 Waltham Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 772-6710
15. Dequindre Road Baptist Church 2125 Cromie Dr, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 751-7616
16. Bethel Missionary Baptist Church Warren, MI 48092 (586) 573-7077
17. Woodside Church 27400 Hoover Warren Was Redeemer

Non-Denominational
1. Life Application Ministries 31601 Schoenherr Rd, Warren, MI 48088 (586) 276-0007
2. Renaissance Unity 11200 E Eleven Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 353-2300
3. Detroit Christian Assembly 4250 E Eleven Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 254-5482
4. Paradox Church 28241 Mound Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 218-3036
5. Our Lord`s House of Prayer 13510 Toepfer Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 879-0403
6. Refuge Community Church 23672 Schoenherr Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (313) 451-1814
7. Woodside Bible Church – Warren Campus 27300 Hoover Rd, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 758-4750
8. Grace Bible Church 13630 Common Rd, Warren, MI 48088 (586) 778-5032
9. Church of Christ-North Warren 14150 13 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48088 (586) 775-8360
10. The Woods Church – Warren Campus 14300 13 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48088 (586) 771-4821
11. Warren Community Church 28100 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 751-4659
12. Bethel Christian Church 13200 E Eleven Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48089 (586) 754-5525
13. Warren Seventh-day Adventist Church 12100 13 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 573-4740

Islamic centers
1. Islamic Center of Warren Masjid Al - Fath 24703 Ryan Rd Warren, MI 48091
2. Islamic Organization of North Amerca 28630 Ryan Rd Warren, MI 48092
3. Masjid Al-Furqaan 27643 Schoenherr Rd Warren, MI 48088
4. Ideal Islamic Center 4345 E 10 Mile Rd Warren, MI 48091 WAS Zion Evangelical Lutheran
5. Darul Uloom Michigan 2446 E 12 Mile Rd Warren, MI 48092
6. CDR Masjid 5491 E 12 Mile Rd Warren, MI 48092
7. Masjid Uthman bin Affan 21380 Ryan Rd Warren, MI 48091
8. American Islamic Community Center - AICC 27205 Dequindre Rd Madison Heights, MI 48071
9. Madani Muslim Community Service 2446 E 12 Mile Rd Warren, MI 48092
10. Masjid Darul Quran 4806 E 9 Mile Rd Warren, MI 48091
11 Renaissance Unity was once the biggest Christian church in Warren is now an Islamic center.
12 9 Mile Rd Old City Hall
13 Madani Muslim Community Service (MMCS) 12 Mile Rd, Warren
14 plus several more opening

Buddhist Religion friendly pacifists
1. Linh Son Tu Buddhist Temple 4820 E 9 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 427-6888
2. Midwest Buddhist Meditation 29750 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48092 (586) 573-2666
3. Tu vien Linh Phong 2690 E 10 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 427-9437

Hindu religion friendly pacifists
1. Michigan Kalibari 2601 E 9 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48091 (586) 757-7374

Jehovah`s Witness
1. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah`s Witnesses 14777 E 10 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48089



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          scholarships.html 889

Student Success 890

SAVING OUR FREEDOMS 891
          SavingOurFreedom.pdf 892

SENIORS FROM BUSCH, CENTERLINE AND ST CLEMENT HIGH SCHOOLS 893

S          Busch High School Graduates.pdf 894
S          CenterLineHighSchoolSeniors1955-1971.pdf 895
S          Center Line High School Seniors 1972-1980.pdf 896
S          CLHS Seniors 1981-2007.pdf 897
S          CLHS Seniors 2008-2018.pdf 898
S          StClementHighSchoolSeniors.pdf All Seniors all years 899

S          Accomplishments and History CLHS classes1960-1964.pdf 900
S          Reported deceased class members CLHS
901
SCOUTING 902

S          394scouting.pdf 903

SOURCES
904
S          1897_Sources Bibliography.pdf 905

St Clement 906

S          2205_12_StClementCemHistory.pdf 907
S          2300_29_StClementRecordsbyYear.pdf 908
S          stclementIndex.pdf Every stone indexed as of end of 2018
909
Also there is a picture of almost every stone in the archive Scroll down to pictures of stones on new page 910
If I live ( I am getting realy old) and am able I will photograph the new stones after they are put on the graves and add them to the archive. See the index for more information.
S          2330_Oldest recordsSCC.pdf 911
S          10401-2 OldStClementRecords.pdf 911
S          2330_Oldest recordsSCC.pdf 912
S          13601 StClement Stories.pdf 913
S          2300_29_StClementRecordsbyYear.pdf 914
S          10401-2 OldStClementRecords.pdf 915
ST CLEMENT CEMETERY 916

NOTE I HAVE INDEXED AND PHOTOGRAPHED EVERY STONE IN ST CLEMENT CEMETERY. SEE THE ARCHIVE ON ST CLEMENT STONES FOR PICTURES OF THE STONES
S          10101 burials by year.pdf 917
S          10201Children Buried At St Clement.pdf 918
S          10101 burials by year.pdf 919
S          2400_StClementCemetery.pdf 920

S          217 MichiganStateFair.pdf 921
S          284Engine1225.pdf N Pole Express 922
S          all stones.pdf 923
S          freesolarpower.pdf 924
S          scholarships.html 925
S          Schools.html 926
S          schoolsWhenBuilt.html 927
S          SettlersTrails.html 928
S          SixthGradeFinal.html 929
S          statehistoricsites.html 930
S          StClementHighSchoolSeniors.pdf 931
S          stclementrecords.html 932
S          StClementStones by N_S Rows.pdf 933
S          StoriesGoodTurn.html 934
S          studentsuccess.html 935

Stores 936

S          326insideoldstores.pdf 937

STREETS 938

S          1800_Who Streets Named After.pdf 939

T
T          433tools.pdf 940
T          429Theisen.pdf 941
T          thefreedomtree.html 942
T          1941 Road Trip.pdf 943

U
U          Michigan Unclaimed property 944
U          U.S. Government Unclaimed property 945
          441UnknownSoldier.pdf 946
U          445unmarkedgraves.pdf 947
U          Universal Declaration of Human Rights 948

V          FarmViews.html 949
V          VestPocketKey.pdf 950
VAN DYKE 951
V          467VanDykeBusinesses.pdf 952
V          473VanDykeBusinesses2.pdf 953
V          481VanDykeViews1950.pdf 954
V          487vandykeviews4.pdf
955
Veterans 956
V          5735_MacmbCoVetsMemorial.pdf 957
V          Veterans.html 958

VIEWS 959

V          WarrenUCemFallColorSmallerFile.pdf 960
V          WarrenUnionCemeteryFallColor.pdf 961
V          502WarrenViews2.pdf 962
V          562WarrenViews3.pdf 963
V          WarrenViews2.pdf Veterans Park 964
V          295FarmViews.pdf 965
V          562WarrenViews3.pdf 966
VILLAGE 968

V          501VillageRug.pdf 969
V          567 WarrenVillageCityHalls.pdf 970

W
          1350_OtherWarrens.pdf 971

WARREN 972
W          521WarrenCoOpPP.pdf 973
W          528wrnDowntown.pdf 974
W          WarrenViews.html 975
W          WarrenViews2.pdf 976
W          WarrenVillage.html 977
W          WayofLife1.html 978
W          WomanSavedGov.html 979
W          372moreWrnfotos.pdf 980
W          429Theisen.pdf 981

C          1401Warren CENSUS 1830-1870.pdf 982
C          1501_1588 CENSUS 1870-1890.pdf 983
C          1601_1900-1920 Census.pdf 984

W          521WarrenCoOpPP.pdf 985
W          Attacks In USA.pdf 986
W          Attacks Sep 11 2001-2005.pdf 987
W          Attacks_2006-2009.pdf 988
W          Attacks2010-2013.pdf 989
W          Attacks2014.pdf 990
W          CurrentWars.html 991
W          tools.html 992

WARREN UNION CEMETERY 993
W          WarrenUCemFallColorSmallerFile.pdf 994
W          WarrenUnionCemeteryFallColor.pdf 995
W          /3000_WarrenUnionIndex.pdf 996
W          3075_VetsAtWarrenUnion.pdf 997
Also there is a picture of almost every stone in the archive scroll down to pictures of stones on this new page 998

reserve ref # 999
WARS 1000

W          1161 Current Wars and Threats.pdf 1001
W          603Wars.pdf 1002
W          2014Attacks.pdf 1003
W          2015Attacks.pdf 1004
W          2016Attacks.pdf 1005
W          2017 Attacks.pdf 1006
W          2018 Attacks.pdf 1007
W          2019 Attacks.pdf 1008
W          2020Attacks being compiled
1009
1010-1099 reserve ref #s as the attgacks are contunuing
WAY OF LIFE 1100
W          577WayofLife3.pdf 1101
W          583WayofLifeViews4.pdf 1102
W          Scouting Scouting 1103
WEATHER EXTREMES 1120
W          589WeatherExtremes.pdf 1121
ALSO SEE DIARIES OF A MICHIGAN FARMER FOR DAILY WEATHER FOR 30 YEARS IN THE 1800S
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WILDERNESS 1123

W          301wilderness.pdf 1124

WOMAN WHO SAVES GOVERNOR'S LIFE 1125
W          598WomanSavedGov.pdf
1126
WHO'S WHO 1127

W          17000 Whos Who A.pdf 1128
W          17000 Whos_Who A.pdf 1129
W          17200 Whos Who B.pdf 1130
W          17200_Whos_Who B.pdf 1130
W          17400 Whos Who C.pdf 1132
W          17600 Whos Who D.pdf 1133
W          17800 Whos Who E.pdf 1134
W          18000 Whos Who F.pdf 1135
W          18200 Whos Who G.pdf 1136
W          18400 Whos Who H.pdf 1137
W          18600 Whos Who I.pdf 1138
W          18800 Whos Who J.pdf 1139
W          19000 Whos Who K.pdf 1140
W          19200 Whos Who L.pdf 1141
W          19400 Whos Who M.pdf 1142
W          19600 Whos Who N.pdf 1143
W          19800 Whos Who O.pdf 1144
W          20000 Whos Who P.pdf 1145
W          20200 Whos Who Q.pdf 1146
W          20400 Whos Who R.pdf 1147
W          20600 Whos Who S.pdf 1148
W          20800 Whos Who T.pdf 1149
W          21000 Whos Who U.pdf 1150
W          21200 Whos Who V.pdf 1151
W          21400 Whos Who WX.pdf 1152
W          21600 Whos Who Y.pdf 1153
W          21800 Whos Who Z.pdf 1154



HUMAN RIGHTS         Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Enough already too unpleasant!
So I WILL CLOSE THIS PAGE WITH THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LINK OF THE BEST MOST BEAUTIFUL RAINBOWS

Beautiful Rainbows 1250
Many folks just selfishly serve themselves and when they are gone they are soon forgotten. Then are others who do good deeds that help others which gives the doer great happiness and satisfaction and they are loved and remembered for years after they are gone. They lived a life of value. What will be our legacy.

Again we veterans are not against our peaceful M neighbors or any religion.
We are against killing such in 9-11 and bombings and against the many honor killings and abuse of women and girls still happening today.
To not stand up and speak up in defense would be cowardly. And we are also speaking up to improve action on the environmental crisis and the increasing poverty crisis. A huge percentage of American children are in poverty, go to bed hungry or don't get proper nutrition or medical care today.
Help us veterans improve things for a better life for all. God bless you and God Bless America and all good persons.




Thursday evenings at the Center Line Public Library (5:30 PM -until close) will have history slide shows and demos on science. Questions answered. 2000 pictures 100 books 200 reports This is the Most comprehensive website on Center Line and Warren Michigan History for you to see and print for free compliments of the old historian Professor Wesley E Arnold. I am looking for others interested in history to carry on the work of preserving it and helping make a better world. Do Good Be Kind Be Happy.