In 1817 one of the oldest towns in this area was settled and named for local pioneer Michael Vreelandt of New York. In 1838 Vreelandt was renamed Flat Rock. Around 1875 merchant Cornelius G. Munger built a general store on the east side of Detroit . . . — — Map (db m169526) HM
Dedicated in honor and memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice for our country
Charles R. Altherr · Marvin Bloomfield · David P. Brown · Rev. Henry Carlton · James Carscardden · Lester Compton · Marion F. Ferguson · Charles L. . . . — — Map (db m199443) WM
"Growing Like A Forest Fire"
This complex was part of Henry Ford's "village industries" plan to decentralize production by building plants in rural areas. Designed by the Detroit architect Albert Kahn, the early-1920's complex comprised a factory . . . — — Map (db m218713) HM
"This area was the home of the Indian tribe known as The Wyandot. They fished in these waters for burbot, sturgeon, and walleye.
The bear represents both strength and a healing spirit. The bear is known as the mukwa to native people of this . . . — — Map (db m218714) HM
Sacred To The Memory Of
Master Mason, and the first President of the United States of America.
He is not dead whose glorious mind lifts thine on high;
To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.
As . . . — — Map (db m175030) HM
A Nation that
Honors its veterans is
A nation dedicated
To the preservation
Of a freedom won
By the sacrifice of life
Itself. These emblems
Dedicated to the valiant
Dead of the Armed
Forces who ventured . . . — — Map (db m182465) WM
This complex was part of Henry Ford's "village industries" plan to decentralize production by building plants in rural areas. Designed by Detroit architect Albert Kahn, the early-1920s complex comprised a factory with hydroelectric generators, a . . . — — Map (db m156747) HM