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

Clickable Map of St. Joseph 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> St. Joseph County, MI (36) Branch County, MI (71) Calhoun County, MI (27) Cass County, MI (33) Kalamazoo County, MI (40) Van Buren County, MI (44) Elkhart County, IN (77) LaGrange County, IN (11)  St.JosephCounty(36) St. Joseph County (36)  BranchCounty(71) Branch County (71)  CalhounCounty(27) Calhoun County (27)  CassCounty(33) Cass County (33)  KalamazooCounty(40) Kalamazoo County (40)  VanBurenCounty(44) Van Buren County (44)  ElkhartCountyIndiana(77) Elkhart County (77)  LaGrangeCounty(11) LaGrange County (11)
Location of Three Rivers, Michigan
    St. Joseph County (36)
    Branch County (71)
    Calhoun County (27)
    Cass County (33)
    Kalamazoo County (40)
    Van Buren County (44)
    Elkhart County, Indiana (77)
    LaGrange County, Indiana (11)
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1Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — Eschol
Pioneer Village Platted 1833 Erected by Abiel Fellows Chapter D.A.R. Oct. 1925Map (db m75319) HM
2Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — French Trading Post
Hereabouts stood the old French trading post kept by Cassoway and Gibson. When the first white settlers came to Three Rivers in 1829. This post was probably established before the Revolutionary War. The French traded with the Indians of the St. . . . Map (db m75113) HM
3Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — L1315C — Historic District
The Downtown Three Rivers Commercial Historic District has one of the best-preserved Victorian streetscapes in southwestern Michigan. Three Rivers, settled in the 1830s, grew with the development of local water power and a railroad in the 1850s. St. . . . Map (db m64542) HM
4Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — Moab
Pioneer Village Platted 1836Map (db m73014) HM
5Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — L1044A — Old Three Rivers Public Library
Built in 1904, this structure served as a public library for seventy-five years. Financed by an Andrew Carnegie grant, it was designed by A.W. Rush & Co. and built by H.V. Snyder & Son. Warren J. Willits donated the site. The exterior pink granite . . . Map (db m64547) HM
6Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — Site of Legendary Battle
Site of Legendary Battle between the Shawnee and Federated Indian Tribes in 1802Map (db m61722) HM
7Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — L400 — Sue Silliman House
(Front Side) Arthur Silliman deeded this property named “Riversbye” to his daughter Sue in 1914. Sue Silliman was Three Rivers librarian and historian for forty-two years. During that time she also served on national, state, . . . Map (db m64541) HM
8Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — S150 — Three Rivers
Here the Rocky and Portage rivers join the winding St. Joseph River. Many centuries before the coming of the white man the junction of these water routes made this a favorite camping site for Indians. La Salle came through the region in 1680 on his . . . Map (db m64727) HM
9Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — Three Rivers Civil War Monument
(West Panel) Appomattox • Stone River • Antietam • Chickamauga • Fredericksburg • Missionary Ridge • Chancellorsville • Reseca • Cold Harbor • Tebbs Bend • Petersburg • Perryville • Hatchers Run • Knoxville • Five Forks • Franklin • . . . Map (db m75332) WM
10Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — Three Rivers Soldiers Memorial
On this Memorial Site Forever Set Apart and Maintained by Riverside Cemetery Association There has been Erected this St. Joseph County Native Boulder By Ed. M. Prutzman Post G.A.R. and Woman’s Relief Corps Citizens Generously . . . Map (db m75266) WM
11Michigan (St. Joseph County), Three Rivers — Three Rivers Town Cannon
(Front Side) Before the Civil War local militias in Michigan were supplied with arms and equipment donated by the Federal Government under the Militia Act of 1808. During the Mexican War (1845-47) the army's new artillery system was . . . Map (db m61720) HM
May. 7, 2021