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Bloomer Township
Montcalm County, Michigan

   The settlements in Bloomer township, are Carson City, and Butternut. The first settlement was located along the Fish Creek and was established in 1852. It was named by one of the first settlers whose home was Carson City, Nevada. Both saw mills and lumbering were profitable ventures in this settlement. It was incorporated as a village in 1887 and as a city in 1960.

  • 1897 Map of Bloomer Township
  • Bloomer Township Cemetery
  • Bigelow Family in Bloomer Township
  • Carson City 1911 (photo)




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