Price:  $10.00

Description: Reproduction of the Bird’s-Eye View map of Wyandotte drawn in 1896 by T.M. Fowler of Morrisville, PA as a pencil sketch showing a bird’s eye view of the city at the time, including the Detroit River, steam and sailboats, neighborhoods and north and south alkali works.  Map measures 23” x 32” and is printed on heavy cardstock suitable for framing.

Price:  $10.00

Descrption: “Behold Our Heritage” 10” diameter commemorative plate features Major John Biddle - 1824, George P. MacNichol Home – 1896, Smith Home – 1893, Oarsmen Champs – 1892, Roosevelt High School – 1921, Eureka Iron Works – 1854, Columbia – 1902, River Park Hotel – 1880, and First City Hall – 1880.

Price:  $10.00

Description: 3-D replica ornament of the Ford-MacNichol Home   Wyandotte, Michigan has a 24kt gold finish with green satin ribbon, gift boxed.

Price:  $5.00

Description: 3 ¾” tall commemorative mug is white china with the brown Ford-MacNichol Home  Wyandotte Museum decal.

Price:  $30.00 ($25.00 – Wyandotte Historical Society Members)

Description: 50” by 65” three-ply woven tapestry afghan features the nine earliest Wyandotte churches, including The First Congregational Church (1892), St. Joseph’s (1870), St. Stephen’s (1860), St. John’s (1870), First Methodist (1855), St. Patrick’s (1857), Trinity Lutheran (1861), First Presbyterian (1856) and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (1899).  Afghan is full color, 100% machine washable cotton.

Price:  $30.00 ($25.00 – Wyandotte Historical Society Members)

Description: 50” by 65” woven afghan features nine historic Wyandotte landmarks, including the Ford-MacNichol Home (Wyandotte Museum), Marx Home, Ford-Bacon Home, Oak Street Station, Roosevelt High School, Eureka Iron Works, S.S. Columbia, Wyandotte Hospital and Grassy Island Lighthouse.  Afghan is hunter green, 100% machine washable cotton.

 

Author: Edwina DeWindt

Copyright:  1955/Revised and Reprinted 1985

Pages:   522, Indexed     

Binding: Hardbound

Price:  $12.00

Description: The history of Wyandotte from its beginnings to the 1950s.

Author: Edwina DeWindt

Copyright: 1985

Pages: 294/Indexed

Binding: Hardbound

Price: $12.00

Description: The history of Wyandotte from 1954 to 1976.

Author: Wyandotte Historical Society

Copyright: 1997

Pages: 158/Indexed

Binding: Hardbound

Price: $22.00

Description: Over 350 historic black and white photographs detailing Wyandotte’s beginnings.

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Our Fame and Fortune in Wyandotte

Wyandotte: A Pictorial History – The Early Years

Price: $40.00

Decription: Set of 3 Wyandotte History Books

Author: Ken Munson

Copyright: 2007

Pages: 128/Indexed

Binding: Soft Cover

Price: $20.00

Description: The history of Wyandotte, as part of Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series, from the days of the first inhabitants through the industrial ages of iron and steel, shipbuilding and chemical industries. Businesses, residents, churches and community organizations are captured in 200 historic black and white photographs to tell the story of this great American city.

Author: Wyandotte Historical Society / Wyandotte Museum

Copyright: 2000

Pages: 58

Binding: Soft Cover

Price: $10.00

Description: Reprint of the 1917 Wyandotte Magazine promoting the city through photographs and articles on early Wyandotte history and pioneers, as well as businesses and residents of the day.

Author: Will Connelly & George Gouth

Copyright: 1976

Pages: 56

Binding: Stapled Booklet

Price: $3.00

Description: Story of the Wyandotte area from the time of the Ice Age glaciers and the formation of our Great Lakes.

Author: Will Connelly & George Gouth

Copyright: 1973

Pages: 29

Binding: Stapled Booklet

Price: $2.00

Description: Reference book profiling the St. Lawrence Seaway, including the Great Lakes, locks and smoke stacks identifying company ownership.

Duration: 45 Minutes/Color

Price: $10.00

Description: DVD. Celebrating 150 years of Wyandotte history including the 1954 Centennial Parade with floats from neighboring communities and Windsor, Canada, scenes of guests arriving at the Centennial gala at the Wyandotte Boat Club and many views of historic downtown businesses in 1954 including the Wyandotte Theatre and storefronts with advertising and displays of the day.

Author: Thad Koza

Copyright: 2000

Pages: 185

Binding: Softcover

Price: $10.00

Description: Color photographs and descriptions of over 175 vessels, including major class “A” ships along with many class “B” and “C” vessels from around the world.

Pages: 20

Binding: Stapled Booklet

Price: $3.00

Description: Reprint of the Marx Brewing Company booklet, in operation from 1862-1936, including its history and historic photos of company horse stables, boat docks, early trucks, shipping department and brewing equipment.

Pages: 26

Binding: Stapled Booklet

Price: $5.00

Description: Reprint of the 1909 J.H. Bishop Company booklet, maker of fine fur coats and robes, including historic illustrations and product line.

Copyright: 1998

Pages: 150

Binding: Soft Cover

Price: $5.00

Description: Reprint of the 1st Congregational Church of Wyandotte 1898 cookbook, including turn of the century recipes and historic ads.

Author: George Gouth / RHS Alumni Football Club

Copyright: 1999

Pages: 59

Binding: Wire Bound

Price: $10.00

Description: Complete history of Roosevelt High School football from 1898-1998 which includes statistics, coaches, Hall of Fame winners, RHS professionals and League Champion photos.