List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Berrien County, Michigan

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

Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Andrews University Campus Andrews University.jpg Labardy Road Berrien Springs September 13, 1963
Sawyer Ball House 127 N. Paw Paw Street Coloma October 12, 1990
Bertrand Informational Designation SE corner of Bertrand Road and Bond Street Niles Township February 17, 1967
Black Hawk War Battle of Bad Axe.jpg Chicago Road Niles February 12, 1959
William Burnett Trading Post Informational Site E of Miller Drive and Langley Avenue, on the western shore of the St. Joseph River St. Joseph March 13, 1962
Carey Mission Informational Designation Niles-Buchanan Road at Phillips Road Niles February 18, 1956
Carnegie Library 204 North Fourth Street Niles November 3, 1976
Henry A. Chapin House 508 East Main Street (US-31), NE corner of 5th Street Niles November 3, 1976
Chicago Hotel (Demolished) 132 North Barton Street New Buffalo September 10, 1979
Congregational Church of St. Joseph 601 Main Street St. Joseph August 3, 1979
Cotten House Smith Road at East Riverside Road Buchanan November 7, 1977
Dewey Cannon Dewey Cannon Park, on Maple Street, 2 blocks north of M-60 Three Oaks August 14, 1962
John and Horace Dodge Commemorative Designation 1724 Fifth Street, intersection of Burns Street Niles August 29, 1996
William S. Dunbar House 814 State Street St. Joseph January 18, 1980
Edgewater Club Annex 375 North Ridgeway Street St. Joseph July 20, 1984
Ferry Street Elementary School 620 Ferry St, SW corner of 7th Street Niles November 3, 1976
Fort Miami Informational Site Lake Boulevard and Ship Street St. Joseph February 18, 1956
Fort St. Joseph Site (20BE23)† Fort St. Joseph Site Niles Michigan 068.jpg South Bond Street, north of Fort Street Niles February 18, 1956
Four Flags Hotel 404 East Main Street Niles April 20, 1989
Fruit Belt Commemorative Designation Benton Harbor Fruit Market, SW corner of Bond and 11th streets Benton Harbor September 17, 1957
Herring's First Flight Informational Designation Silver Beach, Lake Michigan lakeshore, south of Broad Street St. Joseph May 10, 1968
Hinchman School Hinchman and Scottdale roads Hinchman August 3, 1979
Robert and Mary Rector Hogue House 3361 Pipestone Road Sodus November 17, 1994
Johnson Cemetary Old US-31 between M-140 and Ullery Road Niles June 6, 2002
Lake Michigan Sand Dunes Oakhill Section Road Bridgman February 12, 1959
Ring Lardner House 519 Bond Street Niles August 13, 1971
Liberty Theater (Demolished) 212 East Main Street Benton Harbor February 18, 1993
Methodist Episcopal Church 302 Cedar Street Niles September 10, 1979
Michigan Central Railroad Niles Depot 598 Dey Street Niles October 15, 1992
Moccasin Bluff Site (20BE8)† Near Red Bud Trail North of Buchanan April 14, 1972
Morris Chapel NW corner of Pucker St. and Chapel Road Berrien Township September 10, 1979
Morton Cemetery Territorial Road Benton Harbor January 17, 1986
Morton House (Indian Hotel) 501 Territorial Road Benton Harbor February 11, 1964
Old Berrien County Courthouse NW corner Union and Cass streets Berrien Springs May 10, 1968
Old Berrien County Courthouse Complex Roughly bounded by Cass, Kimmel, Madison and Union streets Berrien Springs September 10, 1979
Old St. Joseph Historic District State and Main streets, and Lake Boulevard St. Joseph September 17, 1981
Paine Bank 1008 Oak Street Niles February 19, 1958
Parc Aux Vaches Informational Designation 3088 Adams Road Niles December 5, 1986
Pears Mill 123 South Oak Street Buchanan October 23, 1987
Portage Prairie Evangelical Church 2450 Orange Road Niles January 22, 1987
John B. Reddick Building 1915 Fifth Street Niles October 11, 1990
Saint John German Lutheran Evangelical Church 200 West Buffalo Street New Buffalo March 20, 1984
Saint Joseph Mission North of Bertrand Rd, south of Niles Bertrand September 18, 1964
Saint Joseph Public Library Building 500 Main Street, corner of Elm Street St. Joseph June 18, 1982
Saint Mary's Catholic Church 211 South Lincoln, SE corner of Clay Street Niles October 1, 1971
Sauk Trail Crossing US-12, west of Sage Road Bertrand April 11, 1963
Second Baptist Church Commemorative Designation 601 Ferry Street, northeast corner of Sixth Street Niles November 18, 1993
Shiloh House Britain Road between Crystal Avenue and M-139 Benton Harbor December 10, 1971
Three Oaks Township Hall 8 East Linden Street Three Oaks October 23, 1986
Tourist Lodge Informational Designation I-94 East, near Mile Marker 1 New Buffalo July 23, 1985
Trinity Episcopal Church 9 South Fourth Street Niles April 6, 1966
Union Meat Market 14 South Elm Street Three Oaks December 10, 1971
Warren Featherbone Company Office Building 3 North Elm Street Three Oaks November 30, 1983

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References[edit]

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