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Historic Sites in Pontiac, MI

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Become a Villager today! The Troy Historic Village is located in the former township/city hall and offers visitor... michigan.org

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This historic English Arts & Crafts-style mansion, built for Detroit newspaper mogul George Gough Booth, dates from... 10best.com

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(Front): On June 1, 1822, the Pontiac Company gave the citizens of Pontiac the first land for a village cemetery. It ... hmdb.org

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Pine Grove consists of 4 1/2 acres of land, the Wisner mansion and several out-buildings, including a sum... americanheritage.com

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The Walter P. Chrysler Museum opened to the public October 5, 1999. Ground was broken November 19, 1996. ... americanheritage.com

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The Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society began as the Orchard Lake Scenic and Historical Society on... americanheritage.com

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The Community House

Birmingham, MI

Elegant rooms for receptions, lectures, fund-raising events and group meetings in downtown Birmingham. The Commun... michigan.org

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Responding to a request from the Antoine Beaubien family, five religious of the French order of the Sacred Heart came... hmdb.org

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Birmingham Theatre

Birmingham, MI

The Birmingham 8 is an eight screen movie theatre nestled in the heart of downtown Birmingham, Michigan. The Thea... michigan.org

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Franklin Cider Mill

Bloomfield Hills, MI

A national historical site, built in 1832. We sell many fresh products including freshly pressed cider, hot donut... michigan.org

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The Birmingham Historical Museum features the 1822 John West Hunter House and the 1928 Allen House. These histo... museumsusa.org

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The Chamber Music Society of Detroit is one of the most prestigious chamber music presenters in the U.S. Its core... michigan.org

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Four Towns received its name because it is near the point where the townships of West Bloomfield, Commerce, Waterford... hmdb.org

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Pontiac Monument

Pontiac, MI

In loving memory of Union Veterans of The Civil War 1861 * 1865 * * * Erected by Frances C. Butterfield Tent No. 9 Da... hmdb.org

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Meadow Brook Hall

Rochester Hills, MI

Oakland University's Meadow Brook Hall is a magnificent 110-room, Tudor-revival style mansion; former residence o... michigan.org

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In the summer of 1918, President Woodrow Wilson, at the urging of Britain and France, sent an infantry regiment to no... hmdb.org

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Sebastion Spering Kresge established this foundation in 1924 on the 25th anniversary of the company he organized in D... hmdb.org

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Sebastion Spering Kresge founded the firm in 1899 in Detroit. His guidance during its formative years was responsible... hmdb.org

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The history of Northville, Michigan, is alive at the Mill Race Historical Village. Created in 1972 by the North... museumsusa.org

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US Congressman. He served in the Civil War in the Union Army, raising what became Company H, 7th Kentucky (Unio... findagrave.com

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