Early history of Kalamazoo. by Oliver Morland

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Since the early days of white settlement, Kalamazoo County has always supported a strong farming economy. Industry has also been a strong force in the county's economic development.

As early as an iron furnace to smelt bog ore was founded in the county. “Bright Kalamazoo” An early ‘Kalamazoo’ song from singing the praises of the Kalamazoo River.

Orville H. Gibson: The musician, the performer, the craftsman behind the name. Williams Station: Once a busy rail stop, now a ghost town in northwestern Kalamazoo County. History of Kalamazoo It really began years ago when Sir Samuel Morland, private secretary to Oliver Cromwell, was appointed "Master of Mechanics" to His Most Excellent Majesty, Charles the Second, King of Great Britain, France, Ireland, etc.

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