Osceola County Michigan
Genealogy and History


Tustin, MI - Main Street (1910) - Contributed by Paul Petosky

Tustin is a station and pretty village, seventeen miles north or Reed City at the junction of the Grand Rapids & Indiana with the Manistee & Grand Rapids railroads. It was settled in 1871 and incorporated in 1893, its business still being largely centered in the shipment of such lumber products as cedar posts, hardwood logs and hemlock bark. The village is also the center of a productive hay and potato country, in which articles its merchants are active dealers. The Bank of Tustin acts as the financial agent for such dealers and shippers, for the local trade and the farmers in the surrounding country. Tustin has a good village school and is the center of a considerable religious activity, the denominations being represented by Methodist, Presbyterian, Swedish, Baptist, Swedish Lutheran and Swedish Mission churches.


A History of Northern Michigan and its people;
Powers, Perry Francis 1857-1945, Cutler, Harry Gardner, 1856

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