List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Clinton County

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Location of Clinton County in Michigan

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

Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Banner Grange No. 1240 Hall Banner Grange Hall.jpg Banner Road west of DeWitt Road Greenbush Township August 23, 1990
Bath Community Hall Bath Community Hall.jpg 13639 Main Street Bath June 15, 1979
Bath School Disaster Informational Site Bath School disaster sign.jpg Main Street between High Street and Clark Road Bath September 19, 1991
John H. Clements Homestead (Demolished) 2480 East Clark Road DeWitt Township September 8, 1982
Coleman's Hotel Coleman Hotel Greenbush.jpg Southeast corner of US-127 and French Road Greenbush Township November 21, 1975
DeWitt Old Methodist Episcopal Church Dewitt Methodist Episcopal Church.jpg 115 North Bridge Street DeWitt March 28, 1985
Roswell C. Dexter House Roswell Dexter House St Johns.jpg 200 South Church Street St. Johns November 1, 1988
East Ward School 106 North Traver Street St. Johns February 27, 1980
First Congregational Church of Ovid 222main-st ovid-mi-usa48866zipcode.JPG 222 Main Street Ovid April 23, 1971
Greenbush United Methodist Church Greenbush United Methodist Church.jpg Northwest corner of Scott Road and Marshall Road Greenbush Township January 22, 1987
Gunnisonville Historic District Gunnisonville Historic District.jpg Southeast and northeast corners of East Clark Road and Wood Road DeWitt Township May 11, 1976
Indian History in Central Michigan DeWitt Township February 12, 1959
Maple Rapids Methodist Episcopal Church United Methodist Church Maple Rapids.jpg 330 South Maple Avenue Maple Rapids June 18, 1998
Matthews Site NE 1/4, NE 1/4 Section 3 (end of Lowell Road, 2 miles east of Maple Rapids) Essex Township September 17, 1974
Michigan's Capital Commemorative Designation Michigan's capital sign.jpg Roadside Park, I-96, west of Lansing Watertown Township April 27, 1965
John W. Paine House Paine-Gillam-Scott House St Johns.jpg 106 Maple Street St. Johns January 18, 1980
Philip Parmelee Clinton County Informational Designation Philip Orin Parmelee (1887-1912) in 1910.jpg Capital Region International Airport DeWitt Township November 7, 1977
Henry M. Perrin-Dr. Henry Palmer House Perrin-Palmer House St Johns.jpg 903 North Clinton Avenue St. Johns February 25, 1988
Rochester Colony Rochester Colony sign Duplain.jpg Friendship Park, Maple Road DuPlain Township September 23, 1970
Saint Mary's Church / Westphalia Settlement Informational Designation St Marys Church Wesphalia.jpg 201 North Westphalia Street Westphalia July 17, 1986
Saint Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church St Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church St Johns.jpg 8990 Church Road St. Johns September 21, 1988
Joshua Simmons II Burial Place Joshua Simmons burial sign Eagle.jpg North Eagle Cemetery, Grange Road, south of Howe Road Eagle Township September 17, 1974
G. D. Sowers House Sowers House Ovid.jpg 131 East Williams Street Ovid February 15, 1990
St. John's Church St Johns Episcopal Church.jpg North Mead Street and East Walker Street St. Johns February 23, 1981
St. Johns Union School Union School St Johns.jpg 205 West Baldwin Street St. Johns February 27, 1980
Steel Hotel (Demolished) US-27 and M-21 St. Johns February 11, 1972

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References[edit]

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