“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Buchanan, Michigan

Clickable Map of Berrien County, Michigan and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Berrien County, MI (77) Cass County, MI (39) Van Buren County, MI (65) Cook County, IL (400) Lake County, IL (62) LaPorte County, IN (61) Porter County, IN (35) St. Joseph County, IN (81)  BerrienCounty(77) Berrien County (77)  CassCounty(39) Cass County (39)  VanBurenCounty(65) Van Buren County (65)  CookCountyIllinois(400) Cook County (400)  LakeCounty(62) Lake County (62)  LaPorteCountyIndiana(61) LaPorte County (61)  PorterCounty(35) Porter County (35)  St.JosephCounty(81) St. Joseph County (81)
St. Joseph is the county seat for Berrien County
Buchanan is in Berrien County
      Berrien County (77)  
      Cass County (39)  
      Van Buren County (65)  
      Cook County, Illinois (400)  
      Lake County, Illinois (62)  
      LaPorte County, Indiana (61)  
      Porter County, Indiana (35)  
      St. Joseph County, Indiana (81)  
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1Michigan, Berrien County, Buchanan — 2276 — Buchanan Downtown
Commerce and Industry have characterized the Buchanan Downtown Historic District since mill owner Charles Cowles settled here in the 1830s. McCoy's Creek supplied millraces for fifteen mills. The circa 1840 Day and Hamilton Race supported William . . . Map (db m155293) HM
2Michigan, Berrien County, Buchanan — Downtown Buchanan National Register Historic District
This Historic District has served as the city's commercial, civic and cultural center since Buchanan's 1830s founding, and includes properties from as early as the 1840s. In 1862, a fire leveled half of Buchanan's mostly wooden downtown, between . . . Map (db m155294) HM
3Michigan, Berrien County, Buchanan — L1466 — Pears MillRegistered Michigan Historic Site
Built in 1853Map (db m1873) HM
4Michigan, Berrien County, Buchanan — L1368A — Portage Prairie United Methodist Church
(Side 1) Persuaded by reports of good land from the Reverend John Seybert, Bishop of the Ohio Conference, the Jacob and David Rough families came to Portage Prairie from Pennsylvania in the spring of 1849. In 1851 they organized the Zion . . . Map (db m64835) HM
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Feb. 8, 2023