List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Newaygo County

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

Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Big Prairie Grange No. 935 Hall 1968 Elm Avenue Big Prairie March 28, 1985
Birch Grove School Birch Grove School 3962 North Felch, intersection of Five Mile Road White Cloud October 2, 1980
Croton Congregational Church Croton Congregational Church Southeast corner of Croton-Hardy Drive and Division Street Croton January 22, 1987
Croton Hydroelectric Dam Commemorative Designation† Croton Hydroelectric Plant Croton Dam Road Croton August 16, 1979
Ensley Windmill Tower 4634 South Luce Avenue Fremont July 26, 1978
First Christian Reformed Church (Demolished) 201 North Decker Avenue Fremont January 20, 1984
Cornelius Gerber Cottage Cornelius Gerber Cottage 6480 West Cottage Grove Fremont October 23, 1979
Grand Rapids, Newaygo, and Lake Shore Railroad Company Depot and Water Tower Grant Water Tower East of Front Street between Lincoln and Pine streets Grant June 10, 1980
Lilley District No. 5 School Lilley District No. 5 School Northeast corner Bingham and Main July 15, 1999
Oak Grove District No. 3 Schoolhouse 6382 East 80th Newaygo vicinity June 30, 1988
Penoyer's Sawmill Pennoyer's Sawmill Penoyer Creek, near the M-37 bridge Newaygo August 22, 1985
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church Mark's Episcopal Church 30 Justice Street Newaygo September 21, 1983
Daniel Weaver House
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NW Corner of Michigan Avenue and Cook Street Hesperia September 26, 1987
White Cloud Village Hall (Demolished) 1084 Wilcox White Cloud March 16, 1982
John F. Woods Residence John F. Woods House 59 Bridge Street Newaygo June 10, 1980

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References[edit]

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