5 edition of Brinton! I used to go there to dances found in the catalog.
Brinton! I used to go there to dances
Marilyn (Marilyn Geasler) Fosburg
by M. Fosburg
Written in English
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Out of 5 stars Brinton!,I used to go there too dances. Reviewed in the United States on Aug Verified Purchase. The book is a history of the people from the area around Brinton.
But mostly with facts, figures and dates. There was no story line. But it was interesting and had some pictures from the area in those early days.5/5(2). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Brinton. I used to go there to dances at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.
MARILYN FORSBURG, for I Used to Go There for Dances, her historical review of Brinton from founding to fading and for her work in helping organize the Old Settlers Association. DONNA HOFF-GRAMBAU, recognizing her long commitment to genealogical research and her work in bringing Isabella County family history to the internet.
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