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History of the Lake and Calumet region of Indiana , embracing the counties of Lake, Porter and La Porte : an historical account of its people and its progress from the earliest times to the present, vol. 2

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History of the Lake and Calumet region of Indiana , embracing the counties of Lake, Porter and La Porte : an historical account of its people and its progress from the earliest times to the present, vol. 2

History of the Lake and Calumet region of Indiana , embracing the counties of Lake, Porter and La Porte : an historical account of its people and its progress from the earliest times to the present, vol. 2

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History of the Lake and Calumet region of Indiana , embracing the counties of Lake, Porter and La Porte : an historical account of its people and its progress from the earliest times to the present, vol. 2

History of the Lake and Calumet region of Indiana , embracing the counties of Lake, Porter and La Porte : an historical account of its people and its progress from the earliest times to the present, vol. 2

Quelle : FamilySearch

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bold venture. So that when Mr. Minas located his store at the present site on State Street, this was pronounced


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EDWARD C. MINAS - The region which is embraced in this work under the title


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6, 1864, the son of Michael and Margaret (Groh) Minas. The descent is German, and the father, who had learned


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street of today, and yet Mr. Minas with his wide vision took the big chance and after locating his store


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Here was the test of Mr. Minas' genius and an actual field to translate into practice some of his theories.


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aspect and retardation of growth. Mr. Minas has worked untiringly for elevation of tracks and puts the matter tritely by