This article is about the history of Saginaw, Michigan. ... was inhabited by
woodland Native American Indians prior to settlement by those of European
Early Beginnings. The first recorded European visitor was Father Henri Nouvel in
1675, a Jesuit Priest from St. Ignace. From 1675 to 1819, the original residents ...
Saginaw, Michigan is 88 miles NW of Detroit, Michigan. It is in Saginaw ... The
first permanent settlement by Europeans took place in 1815. Today's Saginaw ...
First European visitors (French) make contact with Anishinabek in ... Chippewa
Indian Tribe of Michigan is comprised of three bands of Ojibway (Saginaw, Black
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Saginaw Art Museum ... artists from across the state of Michigan with the goal of
painting original works of art outdoors, on location, at sites throughout the region
C. L. Ring was a key negotiator in the consolidation of Saginaw City and ... area
would be unspoiled for use as a summer retreat for Michigan residents. ... While
working in his Paris studio, Platt took time to travel to other European countries.