List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Mecosta County

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Location of Mecosta County in Michigan

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

Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Barryton Commemorative Designation Wayside Park, M-66 Thirtieth Avenue Barryton October 20, 1994
Church of the Disciples 3025 11 Mile Road, SW corner of M-66 Remus March 18, 1982
Clark's Mineral Water Well Informational Site 14300 Northland Dr; N side of FSU Racquet Facility drive off Northland Dr (State St/Old US-131), next to and behind sign Big Rapids September 21, 1983
Comstock Mansion Comstock Mansion 414 Maple Street Big Rapids August 3, 1979
Ferris Institute Informational Site Ferris State University August 2010 09 (IRC).JPG Corner of State Street and Campus Drive on the Ferris State University campus Big Rapids January 19, 1957
First United Methodist Church First United Methodist Church-Big Rapids 304 Elm Street at Warren Avenue Big Rapids June 10, 1987
Logging Wheels Informational Designation Big Wheels with log.jpg Roadside Park on Northland Road (old US-131) Paris vicinity February 12, 1959
Mecosta County Jail(Demolished) Mecosta County Jail.jpg 220 South Warren Avenue Big Rapids February 21, 1975
Edwin C Morris House Edwin C. Morris House 321 Maple Street Big Rapids April 25, 1988
Negro Settlers Informational Designation School Section Lake Park, intersection of 9 Mile Road and 90th Avenue Mecosta vicinity July 17, 1970
Nisbett Building Nisbett-Fairman Residences.JPG 101 South Michigan Avenue Big Rapids August 12, 1977
Paris Fish Hatchery Paris Fish Hatchery Paris Park, Northland Road (old US-131), between 22 Mile and 23 Mile roads Paris vicinity February 23, 1978
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church St. Andrews Episcopal Church-Big Rapids 323 South State Street Big Rapids August 15, 1975
Saint Michael's Roman Catholic Church (Demolished) 8997 50th Avenue Remus December 18, 1974

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References[edit]

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