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Portraits Of John and Polly Todd. Dondated by Genesee County Historical Society. The Todds are recognized as the first white settlers on the site of Flint. They settled on the south bank of the Flint River in April of 1830 on 785 acres of land purchased for $800. The locality was then known as the Grand Traverse of the Flint. Here, John and Polly Todd operated the town's first tavern.

Portraits Of John and Polly Todd. Dondated by Genesee County Historical Society. The Todds are recognized as the first white settlers on the site of Flint. They settled on the south bank of the Flint River in April of 1830 on 785 acres of land purchased for $800. The locality was then known as the Grand Traverse of the Flint. Here, John and Polly Todd operated the town's first tavern.

Portraits Of John and Polly Todd. Dondated by Genesee County Historical Society. The Todds are recognized as the first white settlers on the site of Flint. They settled on the south bank of the Flint River in April of 1830 on 785 acres of land purchased for $800. The locality was then known as the Grand Traverse of the Flint. Here, John and Polly Todd operated the town's first tavern.

Portraits Of John and Polly Todd. Dondated by Genesee County Historical Society. The Todds are recognized as the first white settlers on the site of Flint. They settled on the south bank of the Flint River in April of 1830 on 785 acres of land purchased for $800. The locality was then known as the Grand Traverse of the Flint. Here, John and Polly Todd operated the town's first tavern.

The original Flint Farmer's Market under construction.

The original Flint Farmer's Market under construction.

Vernor's Ginger Ale Sign, Saginaw  St, Flint, Michigan.  Next To Halo Burger

Vernor's Ginger Ale Sign, Saginaw St, Flint, Michigan. Next To Halo Burger

They were born as the water crisis was unfolding in Flint. Babies who were exposed to lead. What that means for their future is still unknown.

They were born as the water crisis was unfolding in Flint. Babies who were exposed to lead. What that means for their future is still unknown.

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