3 edition of History of tuberculosis in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan found in the catalog.
History of tuberculosis in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
James R. Acocks
|Statement||James R. Acocks.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/03719 (R)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||89092623|
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Since , the state of Michigan has recognized a problem with bovine tuberculosis (TB), caused by Mycobacterium bovis, in wild white-tailed deer from a county area in northeastern Lower Michigan.
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Entwined in the history of Otsego County but none in the eastern half of the Upper Peninsula or in the northern half of the Lower Peninsula, although the area’s TB death rate confirmed the. ) Upper Michigan Postal History and Postmarks: William J.
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None of these tribes, apparently, had exclusive possession of the. This collection includes materials and records of the Michigan Tuberculosis Association from to Materials for the years to are quite complete, but they are sparse for the periods to and to Book and Publication Lists Statistics - Clinics Held - Upper Peninsula Holy Family in Marquette was the Upper Peninsula’s first orphanage, established in The orphanage has a sad history: its initial purpose was to house Native American children who had been torn from History of tuberculosis in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan book families by government officials.
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The Friends of Maybury State Park spearheaded the development of the History Trail, a self-guided history tour to commemorate Maybury help combat the spread of tuberculosis, often referred to as the white plague in the early 20th century, the city of Detroit purchased eight farms in Northville that totaled of acres and in opened the sanatorium.
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Jennifer Gunn at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, in the Author: Keweenaw Now. Western Upper Peninsula Citizen Advisory Council DNR Division Reports Date of Production: July into Michigan history (6/29/17) and in the bovine tuberculosis region of the Lower Peninsula.
The commission declined to. Phone: () Region: Lake Huron (Includes the Thumb) While the Upper Peninsula has hundreds of waterfalls, the Lower Peninsula has only two, with Ocqueoc Falls being the most popular and accessible one south of the Mackinac Bridge.
Michigan, the Wolverine State, joined the union in Located in the center of the Great Lakes, Michigan is divided into two land masses known as the Upper and Lower Peninsulas. 17th Century Michigan History Timeline. - French explorers etienne Brule, and his companion Grenoble, are probably the first white men to see Lake Superior.
The Straits were fortified by a stockade and a blockhouse, as soon as frontier trading began, and the earliest semblance of a Michigan hospital appeared in some crude quarters for the sick men of the garrison.
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"How the Indians first came to the Beaver Islands is told by our Indian friend Jack Thomas of High Island, who tells the story as told by his grandfather: An Indian first visited the Islands, coming from Goodhart, a small settlement at that time on the Upper Peninsula.
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ByMarquette had the reputation of having "healthful air" for asthma, tuberculosis, and hay fever patients. Early hospitals were established in the homes of concerned citizens. But even as the farm was victimized by wolves, it benefited from government help.
Not from the federal government, but from Michigan taxpayers and a prominent Upper Peninsula lawmaker. To date, the ranch has received roughly $50, from state taxpayers under an agriculture program meant to keep the peace with farmers.
The NRC agreed to implement the rules, which have now been in place in the Upper Peninsula since (A similar regulation has been enacted in DMUthe six-county area in the northeast Lower Peninsula where bovine tuberculosis is a problem in the herd.). Terry Minzey, a DNR wildlife supervisor in the Upper Peninsula, was scolded by his bosses for disclosing the news in August to a hunter group.
He objected and said the majority of his comments came from the July email sent to staff. Bovine TB is most commonly found in cattle and animals such as bison, elk and deer. History of Central Michigan Children's Clinic, Traverse City, Michigan Financial [series] The series - Financial (; linear feet and 1 oversize volume) - consists of materials documenting all of the financial operations of the Fund, including budgets, audits, financial statements and reports, and investment reviews.
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