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- Lapeer is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan and is the county seat of Lapeer County. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 8,841. Most of the city was incorporated from land that was formerly in Lapeer Township, though portions were also annexed from Mayfield Township and Elba Township. The city government is politically independent of all three townships. Lapeer is in southern Michigan, east of Flint, on the Flint River. The name "Lapeer" is an Americanization of the French la pierre, which means 'stone'.
- Lapeer is a town in Cortland County, New York, United States. The population was 767 at the 2010 census.
- Lapeer is an Amtrak station in Lapeer, Michigan. It is served by the Blue Water. The station was originally built in the early 1900s by the Grand Trunk Western Railroad.
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by Laura Fromwiller and Jan Gillis
aCknOwledgmenTS Lapeer is a city that ...
The Living Church (2000)
Lapeer is a small city situated within one hour c most major cities, cultural centers and major colleges ai* universities of Michigan. Please send a letter of intercs resume and CDO profile to: Search Committee, Grac Episcopal Church, 735 W.
A Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical and Historical, of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World (1849)
In which the Articles Relating to the United States Have Been Greatly Multiplied and Extended, and Adapted to the Present Condition of the Country and to the Wants of Its Citizens by John Ramsay McCulloch
LAPEER. LAPLAND. in the plains. A caravan occasionally comes from Siam. The government is what is commonly, though incorrectły, called a hereditary despotism. The king is assisted by four councillors. The laws, derived from the Institutes ...
by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana
The Port Huron and Milwaukee railroad when completed will pass through Lapeer, the capital. LA PEROUSE, Jean Francois de Gai.lattp, count of, a French navigator, born at Guo, near Albi, Languedoc, Aug. 22, 1741, perished probably by ...
Of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World. In which the Articles Relating to the United States Have Been Greatly Multiplied and Extended ... by Daniel Haskel
LAPEER. good deal, though of inferior quality, being there collected in the plains. A caravan occasionally comes from Siam. The government is what is commonly, though incorrectly, called a hereditary despotism. The king is assisted by four ...
by Fernando de Mello Vianna
Michigan is divided into 83 countries: NAME COUNTY SEAT NAME COUNTY SEAT Alcona Harrisville Lake Baldwin Alger Munising Lapeer Lapeer Allegan Allegan Leelanau Leland Alpena Alpena Lenawee Adrian Antrim Bellaire Livingston ...
The royal dictionary-cyclopædia, for universal reference, compiled under the direction of T. Wright (1862)
by Thomas Wright
Lapeer, lap-eer', A county of Michigan, North America, is situated towards the N.E. part of the state ...
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- Lapeer Station
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- Lapeer Days festival
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- Big Lots, Lapeer, MI
This was originally a Yankee discount store, and then Fisher's Big Wheel after that. After Fisher's closed in the early 90s or so, it was split between a cosmetology school and a Big Lots. The Big Lots is still there, and it looks like the cosmetology school became a Goodwill which has since moved down in the strip.
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- Lapeer Michigan Court House
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