List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Huron County, Michigan

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The following is a list of Michigan State Historic Sites in Huron County, Michigan. Sites marked with a dagger (†) are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Huron County, Michigan.[1]


Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Wallace Allen House 303 N Port Crescent Bad Axe November 15, 1990
Bay Port Commercial Fishing Historic District Off M-25 (Marker at 1008 1st Street) Bay Port February 21, 1975
Caseville Methodist Episcopal Church 6490 Main Street Caseville March 15, 1990
Citizens Bank Block 2236 Main Street Ubly March 18, 1998
Great Fire of 1881 Informational Designation Roadside Park on M-25, 1/2 mile South of Junction M-25 and M-142 Bay Port January 19, 1957
James and Jane Grice House GriceHouse-01s.jpg 865 North Huron Avenue Harbor Beach November 3, 1976
Grindstone City Historic District On US-25, five miles east of Port Austin Grindstone City September 25, 1956
Huron City Historic District Pioneer Drive Port Austin August 6, 1976
Huron House 113 South Huron Street Harbor Beach April 18, 1983
Indian Mission 590 East Bay Street Sebewaing vicinity July 19, 1962
Jewish Colony (Demolished) 16 N, 13 E, 5 miles NE of Bad Axe Verona Township February 11, 1972
Charles G. Learned House 8544 Lake Street Port Austin June 10, 1980
Frank Murphy Birthplace† 142 South Huron Street Harbor Beach February 17, 1967
Owendale Informational Designation Village Park Owendale April 4, 1975
Parisville Poles Informational Designation 4190 Parisville Road Parisville vicinity February 7, 1977
Pigeon Depot 59 South Main Pigeon August 21, 1987
Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse Pointe aux Barques Light and Oil House.jpg Pointe Aux Barques, east of Huron City on Light House Road Huron City vicinity February 11, 1972
Port Crescent Ghost Town Port Crescent State Park, M-25 at Port Crescent Road Port Austin vicinity January 18, 1963
Saginaw, Tuscola and Huron Railroad Elkton Depot 76 North Main Street Elkton August 22, 1985
Saint Mary of Czestochowa Roman Catholic Church Moeller Road east of Hellems Road Dwight Township November 2, 1980
Saint Michael's Church Independence Street Port Austin December 10, 1971
Sebewaing Township Hall 92 South Center Sebewaing November 1, 1988
Albert E. Sleeper House 302 West Huron (M-53) Bad Axe April 23, 1971
W. R. Stafford House 4467 Main Street Port Hope December 10, 1971
W. R. Stafford Saw Mill Site Huron Street; Stafford Park, near M-25 Port Hope July 17, 1961
Stagecoach Travel in Michigan Informational Designation Cedar Street Bay Port August 12, 1977
White Rock School Highway M-25 White Rock vicinity April 14, 1972
White Rock Treaty of 1807 Boundary Marker 1/4 mile off shore in Lake Huron, visible from the intersection of M-25 and Atwater Road February 18, 1956
Winsor and Snover Bank Building 8648 Lake Street Port Austin January 27, 1983
Woldt Brothers General Store 9503 Bach Road Sebewaing February 25, 1988

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.