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Morning Star, September 17, 1995, pg. 3

Questions: Morning Star, September 10, 1995, pg. 18

1. Plastic Road. (Note: Earlier during the 1920s was also known as Coal Mine Road)

2. Madeline Murray (1876-1958).

3. Rev. Charles B. Taylor (1804-1848).

4. Albion High School.

5. Lynn Bogue Hunt.

6. Dr. Henry D. Thomason (1858-1936), Mayor of Albion in 1892 and 1893.

7. Charles Bolden (Albion High School Class of 1892).

8. Lura (Warner) Church (1807-1883).

9. Eaton Street, after John Eaton, President Andrew Jackson’s Secretary of War.

10. General Ulysses S. Grant, with President Andrew Johnson on September 5, 1866.

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