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Farmning Areas

Due to its unique microclimate, Michigan produces over 200 commodities on a commercial basis and is the second-most agriculturally diverse state in the country (second only to California). Nearly 27% of the state’s entire land—10 million acres—is still dedicated to farmland, with more than 53,000 farms operating between the two peninsulas. Over a million jobs, almost 24% of the state’s workforce, is supported by agriculture in some way. As such, the state’s agricultural industry generates…

Walli's Supper Club - Flint, Michigan...My "help put yourself through college" job!

"Famous for Smorgasbord" G-5432 North Saginaw Road Flint, Michigan Featuring a fantastic array of over 60 varieties of the finest foods prepared with loving care, in true Scandinavian tradition. Family dining in a relaxing atmosphere. Cocktail Lounge - dancing - Entertainment - Banquet Facilities. Garnet O'Neil Dexter Press 44398-D CAPA-007408

flint michigan in the 60s | Flint Expatriates: Flint Photos: The Palace Theatre

An indepth look at the past, present, and future of Flint, Michigan by journalist Gordon Young.

Historic photos of Flint's famous bricks: Saginaw Street repaved 75 years ago

See the photos behind the massive public works project in downtown Flint from 1936 that included 750,000 bricks to complete the $142,950-dollar project in this week's installment of The Flint Journal's #ThrowbackThursday series.

Original Coney Island Sauce (Flint, Michigan Style)   This recipe is the real deal!!!  It's awesome, and just in time for the 4th of July!  From joeandjulieskitchen.com

First of all, I have been sick the last couple of weeks with one Hell of a cold and just have not had the ambition or the inkling to cook or post anything…… I am feeling much better, bu…

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The Rise And Fall Of Flint, Michigan Beginning In The 1800s

The city of Flint, Mich., was originally a trading post in the early part of the 19th century before it became a city in 1855. Jacob Smith, who is believed to be the founder of what is now Flint, was employed by the government to visit the Chippewa tribe and entered upon intimate terms with the Nati...