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Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn Marker (Side B) image, Touch for more information
By Mh, December 22, 2013
Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn Marker (Side B)
Michigan (Saginaw County), Frankenmuth — 1577 — Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn
Side A: The village of Frankenmuth began as a German community in 1845. Its first settlers were among the German immigrants who left their homeland because of poor farming conditions and political unrest. Frankenmuth also attracted people . . . — Map (db m39890) HM
Michigan (Saginaw County), Frankenmuth — Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn Restaurant Michigan Centennial Business
This plaque is issued by the Historical Society of Michigan in recognition of Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn Restaurant founded in 1888 for more than 100 years of continuous operation in service to the people of Michigan and for . . . — Map (db m101555) HM
Michigan (Saginaw County), Frankenmuth — Frankenmuth Woolen Mill Michigan Centennial Business
This plaque is issued by the Historical Society of Michigan in recognition of Frankenmuth Woolen Mill Founded in 1894 for more than 100 years of continuous operation in service to the people of Michigan and for contributing to the . . . — Map (db m101549) HM
Michigan (Saginaw County), Frankenmuth — 170 — Michigan's German Settlers
Fifteen German immigrants from Franconia, Bavaria, led by the Rev. August Craemer, founded Frankenmuth in 1845. They were advised to settle here by the Rev. Frederick Schmid, Lutheran pastor of Ann Arbor's German colony, founded in the 1820's. Other . . . — Map (db m92070) HM
Michigan (Saginaw County), Saginaw — S669 — Theodore H. Roethke Childhood Home / Theodore H. Roethke
Theodore H. Roethke Childhood Home Distinguished poet Theodore Roethke (1908-1963) was born in Saginaw and grew up in this house. The house was built around 1911 for his parents, Otto and Helen Roethke. Otto's borther Carl lived . . . — Map (db m106656) HM

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