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

Clickable Map of Branch 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> Branch County, MI (78) Calhoun County, MI (117) Hillsdale County, MI (60) Kalamazoo County, MI (78) St. Joseph County, MI (36) LaGrange County, IN (12) Steuben County, IN (35)  BranchCounty(78) Branch County (78)  CalhounCounty(117) Calhoun County (117)  HillsdaleCounty(60) Hillsdale County (60)  KalamazooCounty(78) Kalamazoo County (78)  St.JosephCounty(36) St. Joseph County (36)  LaGrangeCountyIndiana(12) LaGrange County (12)  SteubenCounty(35) Steuben County (35)
Coldwater is the county seat for Branch County
Bronson is in Branch County
      Branch County (78)  
      Calhoun County (117)  
      Hillsdale County (60)  
      Kalamazoo County (78)  
      St. Joseph County (36)  
      LaGrange County, Indiana (12)  
      Steuben County, Indiana (35)  
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1Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — Bronson City Hall
Built in 1970, in just 14 hours, Bronson's City Hall is made of reinforced fiberglass plastic. The building won the State of Michigan Product of the Year award, presented by the Michigan State Chamber of Commerce. Bronson sold its old City Hall . . . Map (db m159710) HM
2Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — Bronson High School World War I Memorial
In honor of the men from the Bronson High School who made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Great 1917 - World War - 1919 Claude William Alderman Edwin Riley Bennett Charles Morris Cockle Presented by the class of 1920 This . . . Map (db m165468) WM
3Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — L2090 — Bronson Public LibraryRegistered Michigan Historic Site
The Bronson library originated in the early 1880s as the Ladies Library Association. In 1888 the township assumed ownership. Built with funds donated by steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie, the Classical Revival Bronson Public Library opened on May 23, . . . Map (db m64550) HM
4Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — Bronson Veterans Memorial
Memorial for all men and women who have and are serving our country ☆☆☆Map (db m165469) WM
5Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — Bronson World War II Memorial
In tribute to all those courageous men and women who have served and are now serving their country that our freedom should not be forever lost and to those who made the supreme sacrifice. This memorial is sincerely and humbly dedicated.Map (db m165470) WM
6Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — City of Bronson Sesquicentennial1866-2016
Bronson was named after Jabez B. Bronson, who was the first settler to the area, moving here from Ohio in 1828. He became the first postmaster in 1830, calling it Bronson's Prairie. It was Incorporated as a village in 1866. The name was . . . Map (db m165471) HM
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7Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — Cyrus LuceGovernor of Michigan 1887-1891
Governor Luce gave his acceptance speech from the balcony of this hotel November 5th, 1886.Map (db m165466) HM
8Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — Robert Lowell Davison was born September 12, 1903 in Rushville, Indiana
He married Frances Elizabeth Dahn of Sturgis in 1935. They lived in Coldwater and had one daughter, Diane. During the War Years of WWII Mr. Davison supported the war effort by hosting War Bond dinners. One article reports that he was responsible . . . Map (db m165467) HM
9Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — S162 — The Chicago Road
One of the great routes for the pioneers coming west was the Chicago Road. The survey of the road began at Detroit in 1825 and followed closely the Sauk Trail which Indians had marked and traveled for centuries before the coming of the white man. . . . Map (db m64549) HM
10Michigan (Branch County), Bronson — World War Memorial Tree
This tree was planted in 1921 by the Woman's Club of Bronson in honor of those from our town who served our country in the World War. Re Planted Nov. 1997Map (db m165411) WM
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Dec. 4, 2022