History of the Detroit light guard

its records and achievements
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Statementcompiled by Frederic S. Isham and Purcell & Hogan, Detroit.
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LC ClassificationsE514.5 1st
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Pagination104 p. :
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Open LibraryOL6917181M
LC Control Number02014522
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The history is at it's most exciting in the 19th century, when the Light Guard was among the Michigan units that were first to answer Lincoln's call for volunteers from the west. From the first Bull Run, where more Light Guard bodies were found around Stonewall Jackson's position than from any other unit, to the end of hostilities, they were in the thick of the fight.4/4(1).

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The history is at it's most exciting in the 19th century, when the Light Guard was among the Michigan units that were first to answer Lincoln's call for volunteers from the west.

From the first Bull Run, where more Light Guard bodies were found around Stonewall Jackson's position than from any other unit, to the end of hostilities, they were in the thick of the fight.4/5(1).

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Isham, Frederic Stewart, History of the Detroit light guard. Detroit: Detroit Light Guard. History of the Detroit Light Guards, Unknown Binding – 1 Jan. by John D Mc Daniels (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions click to open popoverAuthor: John D Mc Daniels.

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27, The gray-stone building, designed by the firm Malcomson & Higginbotham, was located on the northwest corner of East Larned and Brush streets. It opened in The Detroit Light Guard was first organized in –31 in the Michigan Militia in the city of Detroit, and was known as the Detroit City Guard.

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The Detroit Light Guard was first organized in –31 in the Michigan Militia in the city of Detroit, and was known as the Detroit City Guard.

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On 24 Maythe Guards were mobilized for federal service for the first time. They joined the 1st Michigan Militia Regiment and served as th Infantry Regiment: th Infantry Regiment. English: Soldiers and veterans of the Detroit Light Guard march in a funeral in Byron, Michigan. Identifier: detroitlightguar00clow (find matches) Title: The Detroit Light Guard: a complete record of this organization from its foundation to the present day: with full account of riot and complimentary duty, and the campaigns in the Civil and Spanish-American wars: a complete roster of Author: Internet Archive Book Images.

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Detroit Light Guard Armory. East Eight Mile Detroit, MI Castle-like brick building on corner, viewed diagonally across intersection.

Arched windows, crenelated towers, and other architectural details suggesting a castle. Written on negative (reversed in scan): "Brush @ Larned St. Light Guard Armory, June 13/" Recorded in glass negative ledger: "D/Buildings-Armory. Guard, N.W. corner Larned. The deeper cause was the history of police harassment and brutality.

Eventually, units of the National Guard and U.S. Army were required to restore order. The weeklong riots resulted in enormous losses: 43 lives and about $45 million in property.

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Detroit is a city with a vibrant, intriguing story that spans centuries. From its humble beginnings to its time its recent. Historical Society of Michigan State History Award for Outstanding Michigan History Publication.

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You saw Roger Lindamood at the Detroit Dragway drag racing his nationally famous Plymouth or Dodge named "Color Me Gone". You went to the Light Guard Armory on 8 Mile Rd. for a car show. You went to the Hungry Eye night club for 'far out' music and poetry, beatniks and flower children. The Detroit Light Guard a complete record of this organization from its foundation to the present day: with full account of riot and complimentary duty, and the campaigns in the Civil and Spanish-American wars: a complete roster of members at the time of muster-out of the United States service, as well as a roster of all classes of members.

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This online written and oral history project is part of Detroita community engagement project of the Detroit Historical Society, developed in collaboration with Metro Detroit residents, museums and cultural institutions, non-profit and community organizations, public and private schools, colleges and universities, and businesses.

One of the staging areas was here, at the Detroit Light Guard Armory on 8 Mile, where a cold war era relic rusts away. 8 MILE ROAD Until the early 's Detroit's African American citizens were confined in a virtual ghetto through collusive real estate practices and compliant police activities.

Summaries "Showing the first battalion of the reserves, and one of the light guard companies on parade, Detroit, Mich., on the occasion of the laying of the corner stone of the G.A.R. Memorial Hall.".View of Light Guard Armory building; brick building has castellated turret and rounded arch entrance.

Horse-drawn wagon adjacent to sidewalk. Printed on front: "Light Guard Armory. Detroit, Mich." Handwritten on front: "N.J.W. " Printed on back: "No.published by the Detroit News Company, Detroit, Mich. Leipzig, Berlin.". Anna Clark. Anna Clark is the editor of A Detroit Anthology and the author of Michigan Literary Luminaries.

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