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The Museum Store has a wide variety of items for sale...

Special Rare Volumes for sale

The Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collection,
Vol. 37 $75.00
Vol. 38 $ 75.00

Michigan Historical Collections,
Vol. 39 $75.00

Michigan Pioneer Collection,
Vol. 10 $75.00
Vol. 4 $75.00

Record of Service of Mich. Volunteers in the Civil War,
26th Mich. Infantry

The museum purchases books for the genealogy library and occasionally ends up with duplicates when we have to buy several books to obtain a special volume we need.
We sell these extra volumes so may have a few books for sale in this spot from time to time.

If you have any questions about these books please email the museum or call us.
See the home page for further information.

If you have local history books or other forms of historical information that you are interested in donating to our library, please contact us. Donations are tax deductible.


To order please send check or money order to...

Cedar Springs Museum

P.O. Box 296

Cedar Springs Mi. 49319

or call 616 696-3335 on any Wednesday

 Beautiful Gold Ornaments


        Etched                                                                                 Sun Catcher


This ornament features the “Union School” a magnificent building that was built in 1876 on the corner of Main and Muskegon St. The school was torn down in 1925 and replaced with the current school known as Hilltop.

Two styles of ornaments are available, a detailed 3-D etched ornament and the same ornament with a sun catcher back in light blue stained glass. 

This beautiful ornament is the first in a series.  The museum planes to feature other historic buildings in future ornaments.

Cost are: Etched ornament  $12.00

                  Sun catcher $15.00


The Legends And Story of the Michigan Indian

by John P. Coady


Published in 1993...This book contains a history of the Michigan Indian written by John Coady and 30 legends given to him by a Native American family in 1940. Mr. Coady grew up on a farm near a Native American settlement.  His love for their history grew from the relationship he shared with these neighbors. Mr. Coady was a respected speaker on Native American history for many years.

114 pgs.......cost $12.00 shipping $3.00


Memories of a Farm

by John P. Coady


Published in 1990... Born in 1909,      Mr. Coady grew up on a farm near Coral, Michigan.  He writes about the happy memories, chores and hardships associated with farm living at the turn of the century.

92 pgs......cost $10.00 shipping $3.00

 Join us for a historical trip through the first 100 years of Cedar Springs History.

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 Many pioneering families are featured and the businesses they built along our Main Street.  You'll find hundreds of pictures and an abundance of interesting history.   The book is hard cover,8 1/2" X 11"  and 243 pages. The 1200 names  found in this book make it  a great genealogical resource.

The cost is $20.00 and $4.50 shipping or can be picked up at the museum on Wednesdays 10:00am to 5:00 pm.



                                                                                                                                                                                 What's Cooking In Cedar Springs Mi.  recipes gathered from our area, some dating back to the 1800's    $15.00 and $4.00 shipping.

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A Pictoral History of the railroads of the Cedar Springs Area.  This book is full of Railroad pictures. Cedar Springs had two railroads crossing each other in Cedar Springs. Over 100 pages ful of photographs.
$15.00 and $4.00 shipping

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