Fieldstone Buildings in Isabella County, Michigan:
                     An Illustrated Directory 
                                                                                                                               
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                     Frontispiece.        This fieldstone faced building was originally built as a country schoolhouse.   Considering the 
                                                  roles such buildings have had in the lives of so many of us, AND having several family members 
                                                  -- 
my grandmothers, my mother, an aunt, two cousins, my wife, my two sons and my daughter -- 
                                                  who 
were or still are active teachers led my choosing this building for this position.   

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R.V ("Dick") Dietrich (b. 1924), a native of the St. Lawrence Valley, Northern New York, is a graduate of Colgate University (A.B.), and Yale University (M.S. & Ph.D -- Geology).  Now retired, he was a College professor of Geology, with Petrology his main field of research.  He has authored or coauthored many professional papers and books, some of which are textbooks, and also 14 web sites, most of which are available at http://stoneplus.cst.cmich.edu/Default.htm .   For additional informaton, click the following link: XXXX

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Updated March 9, 2012