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after the Civil War, will be a main feature of Isabella County annual birth celebration this Saturday.
The Isabella County Historical Society Saturday event celebrates the county 159th year since its establishment.
The main feature will be speaker and Central Michigan University professor Dr. Michelle Cassidy, who will present am an Indian and I fought through the War of Rebellion: Anishinaabe Veterans after the Civil War.
The event is supported by the Central Michigan University Museum of Cultural and Natural History, Museum Club and the Clarke Historical Library.
A special presentation about Native American Civil War veterans by Dr.
Veterans get one free breakfast ticket when they stop by the Museum of Cultural and Natural History display.
The Genealogical Society of Isabella County will provide historical information and displays focusing on farms that have remained in the same family for a century or more in Michigan.
The event will end with the judging of the quilts, with a focus on a handmade attention to historical detail.
The event was founded in 1989 by then Society president and Mt. Pleasant historian Jack Westbrook.
made sure the event was on the second Saturday of February to remain close to the actual founding of Isabella County, which was Feb. 12, Westbrook said.