“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 Wixom, Michigan

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Pontiac is the county seat for Oakland County
Wixom is in Oakland County
      Oakland County (392)  
      Genesee County (134)  
      Lapeer County (36)  
      Livingston County (56)  
      Macomb County (125)  
      Washtenaw County (252)  
      Wayne County (528)  
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1Michigan (Oakland County), Wixom — L2034 — Detroit Finnish Co-operative Summer Camp Association / Detroitin Suomailinen Kesaleiriyhdistys
Detroit Finnish Co-operative Summer Camp Association On June 21, 1925, Detroit-area people of Finnish descent purchased this land and built a summer camp where they could share the traditions of their native Finland. The Detroit Finnish . . . Map (db m177466) HM
2Michigan (Oakland County), Wixom — Ford Wixom Assembly Plant — Big Decisions in Wixom
A city and industrial complex were born here at almost the same time. In the 1950s, Ford Motor Company chose the Wixom Road site for a new automobile assembly plant. It had unique advantages, including nearby railroad tracks to use for . . . Map (db m159756) HM
3Michigan (Oakland County), Wixom — From Sibley's Corners to Wixom
Lewis Norton first settled the area in 1830, followed by Alonzo Sibley in 1831 and Alijah Wixom in 1832. Sibley built an impressive home opposite this site and donated land to establish a cemetery and church. The area became known as Sibley's . . . Map (db m136799) HM
4Michigan (Oakland County), Wixom — Intersecting Lines — Put Wixom on the Map
Trains came from all directions, and made Wixom a hub of commerce. In 1871, Willard Clark Wixom founded the village on property at the intersection of planned railroad lines. One line (later named Pere Marquette, now CSX) was built through . . . Map (db m136763) HM
5Michigan (Oakland County), Wixom — Traces of History — Along Pontiac Trail
This road is a story with many chapters. On Pontiac Trail people have traveled on foot, on horseback and on wheels, tracing the story of Wixom and southeast Michigan. It was vital in prehistory as a Native American footpath, and in 1828 it . . . Map (db m136792) HM
6Michigan (Oakland County), Wixom — L1494 — Wixom Cemetery
The Wixom Cemetery has been in continuous use since 1838, when it was established as the South Commerce Burial Ground. The first burial however, that of an infant named Israel Barrett, occurred in 1835. Two hundred thirty-three of the graves date . . . Map (db m136819) HM
7Michigan (Oakland County), Wixom — L1067 — Wixom-Wire House
This house was built in the early 1850s by Lucy Wixom, widow of Alijah Wixom, one of the town's founders. Its first residents were the Reverend and Mrs. Samuel Wire. He was the pastor of the Free Will Baptist Association of Commerce. The house . . . Map (db m136812) HM
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Jun. 25, 2022