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Charles Henry Hackley, an appreciation.

by Hackley Memorial Association, Muskegon, Mich.

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Published in Muskegon, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Muskegon (Mich.)
    • Subjects:
    • Hackley, Charles Henry, 1837-1905.,
    • Muskegon (Mich.)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementIllustrations by Victor Casenelli.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF574.M9 H12
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[37] p.
      Number of Pages37
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6752400M
      LC Control Number31000500
      OCLC/WorldCa3384504

      The Hackley family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Hackley families were found in the USA in In there were 13 Hackley families living in New York. This was about 26% of all the recorded Hackley's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Hackley families in Charles Moore Hackley III is the author of Buckshot Higgins ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ), A Quest for Sleeping Heroes ( avg /5(1).

      Genealogy profile for Hackley Charles Warren. GEDCOM Source @[email protected] Family Data Collection - Individual Records Edmund West, comp. Operations Inc 1,   A Biography of Edwin Henry Hackley African-American Attorney and Activist (Black Studies) [Brevard, Lisa Pertillar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Biography of Edwin Henry Hackley African-American Attorney and .

      John Henry Hackley was born on month day , at birth place, Iowa, to William Hackley and Mary Ann Hackley (born Dewitt). William was born in June , in Ohio, USA. Mary was born on August 23 , in Ohio, United States.   This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to help show ads that are more relevant to your interests. By using this site, you agree to the use of cookies by Flickr and our partners as described in our cookie : K.


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Charles Henry Hackley, an appreciation. (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. Charles Henry Hackley, an appreciation. IUCAT is Indiana University's online library catalog, which provides access to millions of items held by the IU Libraries statewide.

The life of Charles Henry Hackley ;: Drawn from old public and family records Unknown Binding – January 1, by Louis P Haight (Author) See all Charles Henry Hackley and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Louis P Haight.

CHARLES HENRY HACKLEY, AN APPRECIATION. The dedication booklet for the Hackley Memorial designed by Lorado Taft located on the campus of Muskegon High School, Illustrated with local historical scenes by Victor Casenelli. Bill Moore Volunteer: Rand McNally New Ideal Atlas and Land Owner List, Charles Henry Hackley: An Appreciation.

Muskegon, MI: Hackley Memorial Association, Haight, Louis P. The Life of Charles Henry Hackley; Drawn from Old Public and Family Records. Please be prepared to state what type of accommodation you require, e.g. reaching a book, stack retrieval, use of adaptive equipment, or other requests.

Charles H. Hackley continues to give to Muskegon, this time through a chance purchase years ago of a year-old book that apparently had interested him. Souvenir of Muskegon. “The Gifts to the City of Muskegon by Charles H. Hackley.” LH R Hg. In addition to the materials on this list, numerous articles on Charles Henry Hackley have been published over the years in the Muskegon Chronicle.

THE CHARLES HENRY HACKLEY DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN THE HUMANITIES Each year sincethe Friends of Hackley Public Library has presented the Charles H. Hackley Distinguished Lecture award to an individual who has some tie, either past or present, with Muskegon, Michigan, and who, in his or her work and life, exemplifies the ideals set forth by.

Charles Henry Hackley (January 3, – Febru ), son of Joseph H. Hackley and Salina Fuller Hackley, was born in Michigan City, Indiana, on January 3, He was an important figure in the history of Muskegon, his father, he arrived in Muskegon in from Indiana to work on the creation of the early Michigan roadways.

Biography: Charles Hackley. Charles Henry Hackley, Muskegon’s philanthropist and entrepreneur, whose gifts and services to Muskegon made possible the transition from a lumber town to a city of diverse industry, was a product of the lumber era and owed his fortune to the lumber industry.

Hackley was born on January 3,at Michigan City, Indiana, the. "The Life of Charles Henry Hackley" by Lois Haight is accompanied by a $10 bill from Hackley National Bank and program from the dedication of statues at Hackley Park inon stage at Calvary.

Charles Henry Hackley, - Charles Henry Hackley was born on January 3in Michigan City, La Port, IN, to Joseph Hackley and Salina Hackley. Charles had 2 brothers: Edwin Hackley and Porter Hackley. Charles married Julia Ester Hackley on October 3at age 27 in Centerville, Allegany, Ny.

Full text of "Lincoln, Grant, Sherman, Farragut: an account of the gift, the erection and the dedication of the bronze statues given by Charles H.

Hackley to the city of Muskegon, Michigan: unveiled in Hackley Square, Memorial Day, " See other formats ^ky^-^, -»>M LINCOLN ROOM UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY MEMORIAL.

Charles Hackley ( to ) One of Michigan’s spectacular rags-to-riches millionaires, lumberman Charles Hackley Born in Michigan City, Indiana inyoung Charles left high school at age 15 first to build roads and then to work in the newly developing lumber industry of western Michigan.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haight, Louis P. Life of Charles Henry Hackley. Muskegon: Pub. by Dana Print. Co.,[©]-(OCoLC) Charles Henry Hackley was born on month dayat birth place, Indiana, to Joseph Henry Hackley and Salina Hackley.

Charles had 2 brothers: Porter Hackley and one other sibling. Charles married Julia Ester Hackley on month dayat age 27 at marriage place, New York. Charles H. Hackley was the son of Joseph and Salina (Fuller).

His family founded the lumbering firm of Hackley and Sons. This later evolved into the lucrative partnership of Hackley and Hume, one of the largest operators in the country, cutt, feet of lumber a year at its peak.

Charles Henry Hackley, Charles Henry Hackley was born January 3,in Michigan City, Indiana, the oldest of five children of Salina (Fuller) and Joseph Henry Hackley. In he moved with his family to Kenosha, Wisconsin where his father was in the building trades.

By Hackley had left. Charles H. Hackley. The city of Muskegon, Michigan, enjoys lasting fame in the history of the lumber industry of the United States as the point of premier production in the early '8o's.

Linked indissolubly with the fame of Muskegon is the name of Charles H. Hackley. Her glory as a lumber city has departed, and in its place has come renown as a. Inthe director of the Hackley Art Gallery in Muskegon, Michigan, Raymond Wyer [Henniker-Heaton], published An Art Museum.

Its Concept and Cond We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to. English: Identifier: lincolngrantsher00hack (find matches) Title: Lincoln, Grant, Sherman, Farragut: an account of the gift, the erection and the dedication of the bronze statues given by Charles H.

Hackley to the city of Muskegon, Michigan: unveiled in Hackley Square, Memorial Day, Year: Authors: Hackley, Charles H.

(Charles Henry), Born in Michigan City, La Porte, Indiana, USA on 3 Jan to Roswell Hackley. Charles Henry Hackley had 2 children. He passed away on 10 February in Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan, United States of America.The commission, however, was subsequently given to a French artist.

Models for General N. B. Forrest. 54 ^Khe statues of Farragut and Lincoln were \^ executed for J lack ley Square, Muskegon, Michigan, and were I he gift of the Hon. Charles H. Hackley to the city where he resides. They were unveiled on Memorial Bay,