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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Dundee, Michigan

 
Clickable Map of Monroe County, Michigan and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Monroe County, MI (186) Lenawee County, MI (132) Washtenaw County, MI (273) Wayne County, MI (538) Lucas County, OH (360)  MonroeCounty(186) Monroe County (186)  LenaweeCounty(132) Lenawee County (132)  WashtenawCounty(273) Washtenaw County (273)  WayneCounty(538) Wayne County (538)  LucasCountyOhio(360) Lucas County (360)
Monroe is the county seat for Monroe County
Dundee is in Monroe County
      Monroe County (186)  
ADJACENT TO MONROE COUNTY
      Lenawee County (132)  
      Washtenaw County (273)  
      Wayne County (538)  
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1Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — Dundee - Hub of the Highways
The first land patent for land in the Village of Dundee, was issued to William Remington, from Livingston County, New York, on July 23, 1823. Riley Ingersoll, Dundee's first white settler, settled here in 1824. The settlement was named Dundee by . . . Map (db m100794) HM WM
2Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — Dundee Civil War Gazebo
Honors its soldiers who fell in the War for the Union. Dedicated Sept. 30, 1913 9 Corps/ 17 Mich. Inf. who rsc'd their name at South Mountain Mo. & took part in 30 engagements. 3 Mich. Cavalry Memorial by comrades of Co. K Corinth, - . . . Map (db m200555) WM
3Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — Dundee Veterans Memorial
"Lest we forget-The price of freedom" WWI Harry W. Bamm • Franklin E. Good • Edward E. Peebles Korea Daniel J. Eyler WWII Delmar W. Covell • Elvin E. Hartman • Virgil W. Hindbaugh • Frederick J. Lenz • . . . Map (db m200557) HM
4Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — Dundee's Old Mill
Dundee's first saw mill was built here in 1828, by Riley Ingersoll and Samuel and William Gale, on land acquired by William Remington, July 28, 1823. A brush and dirt dam was constructed across the River Raisin in 1827, by Riley Ingersoll and . . . Map (db m100791) HM
5Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — First People In Monroe County
This land was occupied for centuries by people who lived in close harmony with their natural surroundings. The Indians, or Native Americans, who lived here belonged to various nations or tribes. In particular, the Ottawa (Odawa), Potawatomi, . . . Map (db m201611) HM
6Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — Macon Indian Reserve
Hull's Treaty of 1807 gave the Potawatomi and other Indian tribes nine sections of land in Dundee Township, "where the Macon flows into th River Raisin". Main Street, Neiman, Day and Dundee-Azalia Roads were the original boundaries. The Indians . . . Map (db m200517) HM
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7Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — Macon Reservation Unit — River Raisin National Battlefield Park —
As a part of westward expansion, the United States began occupying lands in southeast Michigan in 1796. The Potawatomi Indians called the vast fertile lands along the River Raisin from Lake Erie westward home. As the U.S. moved into their new "Post . . . Map (db m165523) HM
8Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — Old Mill Museum
Welcome to the Old Mill Museum. Come in and explore three floors of exhibits chronicling local history. Learn about the Ford Village Industries, farm and small town life in the 19th century, and Native American life on the Macon Reservation. The . . . Map (db m165524) HM
9Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — L1837 — Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church
In 1860 the Reverend A.D. Herzberger of Monroe chartered this church with twenty-two members. The predominantly German congregation worshipped in a schoolhouse until the first church was completed in 1863. The present Gothic church, originally . . . Map (db m100784) HM
10Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — The Mill or Grist Stone
The grist stone (about 1,200 lbs) on display here was probably from the Paxson grist mill on the north side of the river. a runner stone. For many years it served as a stepping stone for boarding carriages in front of the Drew house on Van Nest . . . Map (db m165525) HM
11Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — The Old Village Jail
The old village jail has traveled many miles since construction. It started its historic journey in the late 1800's in the Bell Tower Building which was located on the south side of the alley off Riley Street. It was moved across the alley to the . . . Map (db m200558) HM
12Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — The River Raisin
The Native Americans called it Nummasepee (River of Sturgeon), after the great fish that once thrived here. The first French speaking settlers called it Rivière Aux Raisins (River of Grapes) after the many wild grape vines lining its banks. Now . . . Map (db m201608) HM
13Michigan (Monroe County), Dundee — West County Park
West County Park is one of five Monroe County Parks. This park focuses on providing natural habitat, not only for plants and wildlife, but for the enjoyment of visitors. With its trails, scenic views, and natural landscape which changes from . . . Map (db m201610) HM
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Nov. 30, 2022