Mama, her first novel, paid homage to her hard-working mother, who raised five children in Port Huron, Michigan.
As an example of the new knowledge, the Port Huron statement endorsed the development of nuclear power.
I'm not saying they were reading C. Wright Mills and the Port Huron Statement, but they voted Democratic by gum.
The same winter of 1863-64, while at Port Huron, Edison had a further opportunity of displaying his ingenuity.
When the boy was seven the family moved to Port Huron, Michigan.
When he reached Port Huron he put what was left of his stock in a wagon, and drove through the main streets.
At the last station—Port Huron—his home, the people were most excited of all.
He did so well that, in five months, he was given a position at Port Huron.
During this vacation at Port Huron his ingenuity showed itself in a more creditable guise.
They bought tickets for Port Huron, the terminal point for the train.