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April 11 – Virtual Presentation on the Early Towns of Oakland County

April 11 – Virtual Presentation on the Early Towns of Oakland County

Historian Dave Decker, an expert on the early mills of Oakland County, will be giving a talk via Zoom on our county’s earliest towns and their development. Get a sense of the scramble by the first non-indigenous residents to get operations functioning and how influential Oakland County’s rivers were on the location of the earliest towns.

This talk is happening virtually on Sunday, April 11 at 3:00 p.m. No registration required, free and open to all. We like sharing local history, you see, and we’re cool like that. You can access the April 11th Zoom presentation link here.

For those who aren’t acquainted with Zoom, you can also call in to listen at (301) 715-8592. The ID code is 897 2406 9048 (followed by the # sign).

You can call our Oakland History Center office with questions at (248) 338-6732. As always, thank you for your interest in saving and celebrating local history!

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