In those days, it was vital for a village to have a water source to generate power for commerce and the building o f structures. There were six log houses, a school and 10 to 15 acres of woods all cut away ready for clearing with only an Indian trail going north. Interesting that it used to be the center of an old community. My grandparents, great-grandpa Henry and my father lived in the little stone house next door when he was a small child. My year-old grandmother Margaret still lives there. At the beginnings of Alaiedon Township's organization, Jefferson City was at the center of local government, the first township government having been set forth from the school house in the village. In , the small village north of Mason consisted of 13 houses, with 26 students attending the school.
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