On Main Street (Michigan Route 81) east of West Street, on the left when traveling east.
This hall was built in 1881 as the center of government activity for Elkland Township. Erected at a cost of $2,600, it was the first brick structure in Cass City. Local timber and brick supplied by the Depews Brick Kilns were used throughout the . . . — — Map (db m160945) HM
On Seeger Street at Church Street when traveling north on Seeger Street.
Three people gathered in June 1877 to form the First Presbyterian Society of Cass City. The congregation soon called its first pastor, the Reverend John Kelland, who led fundraising efforts to build a permanent home for the society. By the fall of . . . — — Map (db m160948) HM
On Cass City Road (Michigan Route 81) at Schwegler Road, on the right when traveling east on Cass City Road.
The state highway system began with the State Reward Road program, created by the Michigan Legislature in 1905. The program provided "rewards" to local governments for road improvements made according to state standards. Horatio "Good Roads" Earle, . . . — — Map (db m160949) HM