List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Sanilac County, Michigan

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Location of Sanilac County in Michigan

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


Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Brown City Banner Commemorative Designation Brown City Mini Mall, Main Street Brown City August 31, 1993
Brown City Community Schools 4290 Second Street Brown City 1986
Buel Methodist Episcopal Church Peck Road (M-90), 5 miles W of Croswell Croswell August 24, 1984
Old Catholic Rectory 7229 Denissen Street Lexington February 7, 1977
Church of the Good Shepherd 5646 Main Street, NW corner of Hubbard Street Lexington April 5, 1974
Croswell Chapel of Trinity Episcopal Church 124 North Howard Croswell February 7, 1977
Thomas U. Dawson House 6560 Ellsworth Marlette January 22, 1987
John Divine Law Office / Moore Public Library 7239 Huron Avenue Lexington August 12, 1977
John L. Fead House 5349 Washington Street Lexington February 7, 1977
Flint and Pere Marquette Railroad Depot 3325 Main Street Marlette August 16, 2001
Great Lake Storm of 1913 Informational Designation November gale.png Roadside Park on M-25, 1.5 miles south of Port Sanilac Port Sanilac November 27, 1956
Huckins-Norman Farmhouse 7127 Lake Street Lexington June 6, 1977
Lexington Bank of B. R. Noble 7245 Huron Avenue Lexington September 8, 1982
Lexington Town Hall and Masonic Temple 5475-5477 Main St Lexington February 18, 1982
Joseph M. Loop House 228 South Ridge Port Sanilac December 10, 1971
Marlette Township Library 3116 Gurdon T. Wolfe Avenue, SW corner of Ervin Street Marlette August 3, 1979
Thomas and Margaret Spencer Matthews Farm 5916 Gardner Line Road Croswell February 16, 1995
Charles H. Moore-Albert E. Sleeper House 7277 Simons Street Lexington April 15, 1977
New Carroll House 4164 Main Brown City January 19, 1989
William Reuben Nims House 7156 Huron Avenue (M-90) Lexington December 3, 1980
Rudolph Papst House 734 Huron Avenue Lexington February 10, 1983
Port Sanilac Masonic and Town Hall SanilacHall-01s.jpg 20 Ridge Port Sanilac June 15, 1979
Uri Raymond House 111 S Ridge Street (M-25) Port Sanilac May 21, 1992
Sanilac Petroglyphs† (20SL1) Sanilac Petroglyphs State Park, Germania Road between Bay City - Forestville Rd and Holbrook Rd New Greenleaf vicinity April 24, 1970
Snay Cemetery Snay Road Palms November 16, 1995
The Wolfel House Southeast corner of Main and Lester Streets Lexington October 2, 1980
Tug Sport Shipwreck Site† (20UH105) 3 miles offshore in Lake Huron Lexington January 23, 1992
Judge Watson Beach House 6993 Huron Avenue Lexington November 2, 1980
L. Philip Wixson House 5774 Main Street Lexington October 11, 1990

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References[edit]

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