List of Michigan State Historic Sites in Van Buren County

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Location of Van Buren County in Michigan

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

Current listings[edit]

Name Image Location City Listing date
Liberty Hyde Bailey Birthplace Liberty Hyde Bailey Birthplace.JPG 903 Bailey Avenue South Haven January 18, 1963
Barnum-Harrison House (Aaron Harrison House) West Red Arrow Highway (North side - 1 3/4 miles west of Paw Paw) Paw Paw vicinity September 17, 1981
County Poor House 6215 Red Arrow Highway, West of County Road 681 Hartford vicinity November 21, 1975
Covert Library (also called Packard Hall; now used as the Covert Historical Museum) Packard Hall 33805 M-140 Covert August 15, 1975
Decatur Township Hall 103 East Delaware, east of Main Street Decatur August 3, 1979
First Congregational Church 119 Exchange Lawrence August 3, 1979
First Congregational Church First Congregational Church of Covert 73893 34th Avenue Covert August 3, 1979
Lyman A Fitch House 9997 Red Arrow Highway Mattawan vicinity May 13, 1981
Morgan L. Fitch Warehouse 265 Front Street Mattawan July 17, 1981
Hartman School Hartman School 355 Hubbard Street South Haven June 23, 1983
Haven Peaches Informational Designation 802 St Joseph Street South Haven May 4, 1966
Houppert Winery Complex Houppert Winery Complex.JPG 646 Nursery Lawton April 17, 1997
Indiana School Indiana School 615 Indiana Avenue South Haven June 15, 1984
Kalamazoo and South Haven Railroad Bloomingdale Depot NW corner of Kalamazoo and Van Buren streets Bloomingdale June 20, 1985
Lawrence and Arlington District No. 6 Schoolhouse County Road 215 (Bangor Road) at 48th Street Lawrence Township June 18, 1982
Lawrence Town Hall 126 St Joseph Street Lawrence November 14, 1974
Marshall's Store Marshall's Store.JPG 102 St Joseph Street Lawrence September 10, 1979
Marsland-Kenilworth Resort Marsland-Kenilworth Resort 56 North Shore Drive South Haven December 20, 1989
Olds House (burned and demolished in 2004)[2] 202 West Main Hartford August 3, 1979
Olds/Merriman House (now used as the Hartford Public Library) Olds-Merriman House 15 South Franklin Street Hartford July 29, 1980
Paw Paw Public Library 129 Kalamazoo Street Paw Paw June 6, 2002
Paw Paw Water Works Pumping Station 706 South Kalamazoo Street Paw Paw July 17, 1981
Rush Lake Indian Cemetery Rush Lake Road Hartford vicinity April 20, 1989
St. Mark's Church / The Reverend Darius Barker St.MarksChurch.jpg 609 East Michigan Avenue Paw Paw January 22, 1987
Scott Club Scott Club 652 Phoenix Street South Haven April 21, 1980
Territorial Road Informational Designation Old US-12, west of the State Police post Paw Paw September 17, 1957
Van Buren County Courthouse Paw Paw City Hall.JPG East Michigan Avenue Paw Paw December 19, 1971
Van Buren County Courthouse Complex Pawpawcourthouse.jpg 111 East Michigan Avenue Paw Paw November 7, 1977
West Michigan Summer Resorts / Jewish Resorts Informational Designation 265 North Shore Drive South Haven 2010

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ "Olds Hotel - Hartford House". Hartford, Michigan. Retrieved December 3, 2015.