“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 Bertrand, 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 (35) Van Buren County, MI (65) Cook County, IL (399) Lake County, IL (62) LaPorte County, IN (61) Porter County, IN (34) St. Joseph County, IN (64)  BerrienCounty(77) Berrien County (77)  CassCounty(35) Cass County (35)  VanBurenCounty(65) Van Buren County (65)  CookCountyIllinois(399) Cook County (399)  LakeCounty(62) Lake County (62)  LaPorteCountyIndiana(61) LaPorte County (61)  PorterCounty(34) Porter County (34)  St.JosephCounty(64) St. Joseph County (64)
St. Joseph is the county seat for Berrien County
Bertrand is in Berrien County
      Berrien County (77)  
      Cass County (35)  
      Van Buren County (65)  
      Cook County, Illinois (399)  
      Lake County, Illinois (62)  
      LaPorte County, Indiana (61)  
      Porter County, Indiana (34)  
      St. Joseph County, Indiana (64)  
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1Michigan (Berrien County), Bertrand — S0286 — Bertrand
Nearby French and English trading posts were known as parc aux vaches or “cowpens” for the wild buffalo once found here. Joseph Bertrand, an early trader, married the daughter of a Potawatomi chief and through her acquired land in . . . Map (db m1604) HM
2Michigan (Berrien County), Bertrand — L1363C — Parc Aux VachesMadeline Bertrand Park
Known as Parc aux Vaches, or “cow pasture,” this area was named by the French for the wild buffalo that once grazed here. Two major Indian trails crossed here: the Sauk Trail, also called the old Chicago Trail, which linked Detroit and . . . Map (db m64552) HM
3Michigan (Berrien County), Bertrand — 260 — St. Joseph's Mission
Here, in 1837, in the then flourishing settlement of Bertrand, a fine brick church, dedicated to St. Joseph, was built to serve the Catholics of this area. In this church, on September 8, 1844, the habit of the Sisters of the Holy Cross was given . . . Map (db m64931) HM
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Nov. 27, 2022