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Historical Markers in Ogemaw County, Michigan

 
Clickable Map of Ogemaw County, Michigan and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Ogemaw County, MI (7) Alcona County, MI (4) Arenac County, MI (5) Crawford County, MI (8) Gladwin County, MI (4) Iosco County, MI (22) Oscoda County, MI (4) Roscommon County, MI (4)  OgemawCounty(7) Ogemaw County (7)  AlconaCounty(4) Alcona County (4)  ArenacCounty(5) Arenac County (5)  CrawfordCounty(8) Crawford County (8)  GladwinCounty(4) Gladwin County (4)  IoscoCounty(22) Iosco County (22)  OscodaCounty(4) Oscoda County (4)  RoscommonCounty(4) Roscommon County (4)
West Branch is the county seat for Ogemaw County
Adjacent to Ogemaw County, Michigan
      Alcona County (4)  
      Arenac County (5)  
      Crawford County (8)  
      Gladwin County (4)  
      Iosco County (22)  
      Oscoda County (4)  
      Roscommon County (4)  
 
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1Michigan (Ogemaw County), Lupton — L1933 — Rose Township District No. 5 School
During the 1903-1904 school year Alexander Reid built this two-room school, known commonly as the Lupton Schoolhouse, on land donated by George T. Stanley. Reid had come to Lupton only four years before. The 1904-1905 class consisted of ninety-eight . . . Map (db m104121) HM
2Michigan (Ogemaw County), Rose City — L2092 — Cleveland Park Pavilion
In 1930 automobile pioneer Harry M. Jewett donated twenty acres of land and money to Rose City for a park. By July 1931 local businessmen had created the park with tourist cabins, a baseball diamond and this pavilion. The Ogemaw County . . . Map (db m168457) HM
3Michigan (Ogemaw County), Rose City — Protecting Houghton CreekReconnecting Habitat in the Rifle River Watershed
This timber bridge was built in 2015 to replace a culvert that was a barrier to fish passage. The project reconnected more than 5 miles of upstream habitat and has reduced the amount of sand and road salt entering Houghton Creek—proteting water . . . Map (db m200655) HM
4Michigan (Ogemaw County), Rose City — L2107 — Rose City / The Big Fire
Rose City Named for the Rose family which came to Ogemaw County around 1871. Rose City originated as Churchill and was located one-half mile west of here. During the 1870s, Churchill consisted of a post office, a general store, a . . . Map (db m168459) HM
5Michigan (Ogemaw County), Rose City — Rose City Lions Club
The cabin was originally built in 1880 in Gladwin Co. The land was given to a veteran of the War of 1812 Several families were raised here Ruttledge family last known Dovetail construction of cabin from Soo Locks era of 1855 The Rose . . . Map (db m200654) HM
6Michigan (Ogemaw County), Rose City — Telephone Pioneers
Lawson and Anne Chambers owned and operated the Ogemaw Telephone Company in Rose City, Michigan from 1946 until 1968. During these 22 years a one community company expanded throughout the region to provide rural telephone service to the communities . . . Map (db m200653) HM
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7Michigan (Ogemaw County), West Branch — L2235 — Ogemaw Springs
Ogemaw Springs is the oldest village in Ogemaw County. The spring that gives the town its name provided the sole supply of water for early settlers. It also supplied water for the boilers of the railroad steam engines that served the area’s lumber . . . Map (db m182295) HM
 
 
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Dec. 6, 2022