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Many anecdotes and little known facts about Michigan Governors, were unearthed in my research for the life stories of Michigan's leaders and their families. Some of the boys had fairly easy lives but most of them had to work hard and long on farms to gain their position in the state government. This book traces their beginnings up to and through the years each one spent at the Capitol in Lansing.
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Willah Weddon spent 10 years at the State Capitol in Michigan writing stories about state government for a dozen newspapers thoughout the state. She often looked at the portraits of past governors in the Capitol rotunda and began research into their lives... and their wives... which eventually turned into books. The Michigan Legislature passed a Concurrent Resolution of Tribute, honoring her work, which states, in part, "Mrs. Weddon clearly realizes how vital it is to capture the knowledge of our times and times past before it is lost to future generations."
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Book Description Willah Weddon, 1994. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110963837621