“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 Horton Bay, Michigan

Clickable Map of Charlevoix 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> Charlevoix County, MI (16) Antrim County, MI (9) Cheboygan County, MI (63) Emmet County, MI (95) Leelanau County, MI (20) Mackinac County, MI (81) Otsego County, MI (5) Schoolcraft County, MI (9)  CharlevoixCounty(16) Charlevoix County (16)  AntrimCounty(9) Antrim County (9)  CheboyganCounty(63) Cheboygan County (63)  EmmetCounty(95) Emmet County (95)  LeelanauCounty(20) Leelanau County (20)  MackinacCounty(81) Mackinac County (81)  OtsegoCounty(5) Otsego County (5)  SchoolcraftCounty(9) Schoolcraft County (9)
Charlevoix is the county seat for Charlevoix County
Horton Bay is in Charlevoix County
      Charlevoix County (16)  
      Antrim County (9)  
      Cheboygan County (63)  
      Emmet County (95)  
      Leelanau County (20)  
      Mackinac County (81)  
      Otsego County (5)  
      Schoolcraft County (9)  
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1Michigan (Charlevoix County), Horton Bay — S0463 — Horton Bay
Named for pioneer settler Samuel Horton, this village was founded as a lumbering community in 1876, complete with sawmill, shanty boys, boarding house, company store, blacksmith shop and draft horses. The store and many early buildings still . . . Map (db m98027) HM
2Michigan (Charlevoix County), Horton Bay — 10 — Horton Bay General StoreHemingway's Michigan
Established in 1876, this building has served as a store and post office and as the village's center of business and social life. Hemingway frequented it both as a boy and as a young man. He described its "high false front" in his story "Up in . . . Map (db m98008) HM
3Michigan (Charlevoix County), Horton Bay — 9 — Pinehurst and Shangri-LaHemingway's Michigan
Jim and Elizabeth Dilworth operated Pinehurst, an inn providing meals and tourist lodging. The Hemingways were family friends and Ernest often stayed here. His wedding reception was held here in 1921 and next door at Shangri-la, a rooming house . . . Map (db m98030) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022