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Grand Rapids Tidbits

The recorded history of Grand Rapids, Michigan reflects the contributions of many diverse peoples and goes back some 2,000 years stretches back two millennia and reflects the contributions of many diverse peoples.

Over 2,000 years ago, the Hopewell Native Indian tribe inhabited this area. They made some great earthen mounds, and some of these mounds are still preserved. The people of the three fires, which were the Potawatomi, the Chippewa, and the Ottawa Indian tribes had villages next to the Grand River about 1700 AD.

In 1806, a man named Joseph La Framboise who was a French Canadian and his wife named Magdalene, who was a combination of French and Ottawa descent, established the first fur trading post in what is currently known as Grand Rapids. Around 1826, a man named Louis Campau who was born in Detroit, is considered to be the man who established Grand Rapids, built a cabin a blacksmith shop and a trading post on the banks of the Grand River. The year 1838 brought the incorporation of Grand Rapids as a village, and the year 1850 brought the incorporation of Grand Rapids as a city.

The first major industry in the region was the mining of gypsum, which is also known as plaster. In 1841, the commercial gypsum operation started and eventually there were some 13 separate mine operators. This plaster was sent all over the world, and led the residents to consider as a mine that seems to bring inexhaustible riches to Grand Rapids The mines are currently serving as locations for secure storage and are no longer. The mines Millennium and Golf Club were constructed over old gypsum mines.

During the late 1800's, Grand Rapids became a major hub for lumber. The logs were processed and then floated down the Grand River from somewhere else in the area. The second great industry in Grand Rapids was making fine furniture made of wood. Grand Rapids had some 44 furniture makers during the great lumber boom, and the community was recognized all over the world as the Furniture City of America. These days the furniture making industry focus has become office furniture and transitioned away from residential furniture. However, the mansions on Heritage Hill belong to furniture magnates and lumber barons.

In 1854, the Indiana and Grand Rapids Railroad was established and the longest south/north railroad line when it provided freight and passenger service between the Straits of Mackinac and Cincinnati, Ohio, as well as the waterway between the upper and lower peninsulas in Michigan. Some 100 years later the railroad stopped operating, and much of the old railroad lined in addition to some other abandoned railroad lines, has been transformed to paved running and biking trails.

A man named John Pannell, who was a native of England, started a small brewery in what is currently known as downtown Grand Rapids. Up until Prohibition, local brewing flourished, and then faded away and, in 1951, the last brewery that remained closed. In 1997 the Canal Street Brewing was opened by two college classmates. The name of the brewery changed to the Founders Brewing Company.

Grand Rapids was the world's first community that fluoridated the drinking water in 1945. This has been recognized as the greatest health achievements for Public Health of the 1900's. Some of the local inventors made significant advances in generic drugs, joint implants, and rehabilitative care and much before the establishment one of the fastest-growing life-sciences disciplines in the 2,000's, known as the Medical Mile.

Grand Rapids recorded history dates back some two millennia when the Native Indian tribes settled the Grand River Valley. Tucked away off I-96, and within the boundaries of Millennium Park, there are some burial mounds that contain artifacts from the Hopewell Indian tribes. The grand Rapids Museum has these artifacts from these burial mounds.

Gerald Ford, who was the 38th president of America was buried in another notable burial location in Grand Rapids. President Ford was raised in Grand Rapids and represented the community in the United States House of Representatives between 1949 and 1973, although he wasn't a native of Grand Rapids. In 1973, President Richard Nixon Ford replaced Spiro Agnew as Vice President. In the wake of the resignation of president of president Nixon less than one year later Gerald Ford became the President.

The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in downtown Grand Rapids offers all of these facts and more. The President and Mrs. Ford are buried on the Museum grounds, on a hillside location that draws a constant stream of people to pay their respects to the native son of Grand Rapids and his dear wife.

There are't many communities that are the size of Grand Rapids can match the breadth and depth of the museum facilities. There are six museums in downtown Grand Rapids that are located only a few blocks of each other. These are the Grand Rapids African American Archives and Museum, the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Grand Rapids Public Museum, the Grand Rapids Children's Museum, the Grand Rapids Art Museum and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.