List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Muskegon County, Michigan

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


Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Bluffton Actors Colony Commemorative Designation Water Works Street just south of Lakeshore Drive Muskegon September 4, 1997
Central United Methodist Church Central United Methodist Church - Muskegon.jpg 1011 Second Street Muskegon May 18, 1989
Duquette-Carlson Market Duquette-Carlson Market.jpg 585 Clay Muskegon January 27, 1983
Evergreen Cemetery Evergreen Cemetery-Muskegon.jpg Bounded by Grand, Wood, Pine, and Irvin streets Muskegon August 21, 1986
Ferris Business College Informational Designation 141 Hartford Muskegon February 25, 1988
Ferry Memorial Church Ferry Memorial Church.jpg 8637 Old Channel Trail Montague August 21, 1987
Fruitland District No. 6 School Fruitland District No.6 School.jpg 6227 South Shore Road at Lamos Road Whitehall vicinity April 18, 1991
Hackley Public Library Hackley Public Library.jpg 316 W Webster Muskegon February 15, 1990
Charles H. Hackley House Hackley House.jpg 484 West Webster Avenue Muskegon April 24, 1970
Hackley-Holt House Hackley-Holt House.jpg 523 W Clay Avenue Muskegon February 15, 1990
Hartshorn Curtain Roller Company Factory Demolished 1150 West Western Avenue Muskegon April 18, 1983
Horatio N. Hovey House Horatio N. Hovey House.jpg 318Houston Ave Muskegon July 20, 1982
Hume House Hume House.jpg 472 West Webster Avenue Muskegon August 13, 1971
Indian Cemetery Old Indian Cemetery.jpg Morris Avenue between First and Second streets Muskegon June 13, 1961
Jean Baptiste Recollect Trading Post Informational Site Jean Baptise Trading Post.jpg SE corner of Ruddiman and Bear Lake Road North Muskegon August 3, 1979
Michigan Theater Building Michigan Theater.jpg 407 West Western Avenue Muskegon April 4, 1978
Mouth Cemetery Mouth Cemetery.jpg 6666 Sunset Lane Montague vicinity November 1, 1988
Muskegon Historic District Muskegon Historic District.jpg Bounded roughly by Clay, Muskegon, Second, and Sixth streets Muskegon October 29, 1971
Muskegon Log Booming Company Informational Site Richards Park, on old US-31, S of North Muskegon North Muskegon vicinity August 23, 1956
Muskegon Woman's Club Muskegon Women's Club.jpg 280 Webster Avenue Muskegon September 3, 1998
Pinchtown Informational Designation SE corner of Laketon Avenue and Lake Shore Drive Muskegon April 11, 1991
Lafayette G. Ripley House Lafeyette G. Ripley House.jpg 8543 Old Channel Trail Montague January 27, 1983
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church of Whitehall Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church.jpg 1101 S Mears Ave Whitehall February 10, 1983
Ruth Thompson Commemorative Designation Ruth Thompson.jpg City Hall, 405 East Colby Street Whitehall September 23, 1993
Torrent House Torrent House.jpg 315 West Webster Muskegon June 19, 1971
Union Depot Union Depot-Muskegon.jpg 610 Western Avenue Muskegon May 17, 1978
Whipple's Castle 389 North Main Casnovia February 22, 1974

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References[edit]

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