Mount Pleasant (Then and Now) by Jack R. Westbrook

By Jack R. Westbrook

on the grounds that 1860, Mount friendly has been a middle for local American tradition, lumbering, agriculture, oil and gasoline construction, collegiate studying, and retail purchasing; Mount friendly now boasts one of many biggest gaming on line casino inns in Midwest America.

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