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Historic Sites in Lawton, MI

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Greek and classical revival style turn-of-the-century building flanked by Civil War cannon, original murals, anti... michigan.org

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The Midwest's most picturesque winery. Nestled along the banks of the beautiful Paw Paw River with a covered brid... michigan.org

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Located in the historical 135 yr. old Waterworks building. Featuring a Casual Gourmet menu which includes appetiz... michigan.org

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The Lawton Heritage Museum is nestled in the huge wine cellars of the Lawton Lions Heritage Community Center in t... michigan.org

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Th Vineyard Art Gallery is located in the Warner Vineyards Valley. The gallery is housed in the old 1912 "Imperia... michigan.org

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Grape growing began in Lawton in 1868 when A.B. Jones planted 100 vines. By 1900 many eastern Van Buren County farmer... hmdb.org

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This building opened as the Paw Paw Public Library on June 26, 1920. Jackson architect Claire Allen designed the libr... hmdb.org

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(Side One) Dedicated in honor to the life of Charles R. Maxwell Born in Lawton, MI April 8, 1927. Charlie was the you... hmdb.org

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(Side One) St. Mark's Church St. Mark's parish, organized at the county courthouse on February 22, 1851, is Paw Paw's... hmdb.org

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Territorial Road

Paw Paw, MI

One of the three great east-west routes of pioneer days, the Territorial Road from Detroit to St. Jos tapped the rich... hmdb.org

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Warner Wine Haus

Paw Paw, MI

Completed in 1898, this structure was built as a waterworks station for the village of Paw Paw. Water from artesian w... hmdb.org

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Constructed at the turn of the century, this building replaced the original 1870 township hall. A Georgian Revival br... hmdb.org

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(Side One) This memorial is dedicated to the life of William Killefer Jr. Born in Bloomingdale, MI, October 10, 1887 ... hmdb.org

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Van Buren County Settlers attracted by lumbering came to this area in the 1830s. By the 1860s a mild climate, rich so... hmdb.org

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Tours, museums, and artifacts depict the region's celery farming heritage at this center. In addition, the cent... museumsusa.org

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This two and a half story brick building was constructed in 1884 as the county poorhouse and infirmary. Here lived th... hmdb.org

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The Beckwith Theatre Company is a not-for-profit community theater group dedicated to bringing the best in live t... michigan.org

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(Side One) In 1843 the Reverends Mason Knappen and Ova Hoyt organized the Cooper Congregational Church with families ... hmdb.org

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1861 - 1865 This tablet is placed here by Sarah E. Fuller - Tent No. 8 Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War D... hmdb.org

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