On April 11, 1884, the first recorded planting of brown trout (Salmo fario) in the United States was made into the Pere Marquette River system by the Northville, Michigan, Federal Fish Hatchery. The trout eggs from which the planting of 4,900 . . . — — Map (db m182799) HM
On East Tenth Street at Michigan Avenue (State Highway 37), on the right when traveling west on East Tenth Street.
This county was originally set off in 1840 and first named Aishcum after a well-known Potawatomi chief. In 1843 the name was changed to Lake. For three decades it was attached to neighboring counties until 1871 when settlement was sufficient to . . . — — Map (db m106842) HM