Historical Markers in
Branch County, Michigan

44th Ill. Infantry Allen Tibbets Alumni Field Branch Cemetery Branch County / Branch County Courthouse Site Branch County Korean and Vietnam Wars Memorial Branch County World War I Memorial Branch County World War II Memorial Bronson City Hall Bronson High School World War I Memorial Bronson Public Library Bronson Veterans Memorial Bronson World War II Memorial Caille Richards Company Carp Rodeo Chivas & Jack's Grocery City of Bronson Sesquicentennial Coldwater Michigan National Guard Armory Memorial Coldwater River & Bridge Coldwater War Memorial Cyrus Luce Elkhorn Lodge: Home of "Skinny" Bullock First Congregational Church First Fire Hall First Presbyterian Church Frank D. Newberry Gerald Davison's Hilltop House Governor Cyrus Gray Luce H.C. Lewis Art Gallery / Masonic Temple Harriet Quimby Head of St. Joe Navigation Indigenous Residents J.P. Palmer Launch and & Railroad Trestle Korean War KIA Loomis' Battery Methodist Episcopal Church Michigan Library Association Narrow Gauge Railway to the Cement Factory Old Sam Quincy Civil War Memorial Quincy Honor Roll Quincy Public Library Randall Dam & Start of Millrace Richard L. Bettinger Memorial Gardens Riley Dam & Trail End Riverside Hotel, Duo Coach & UCI Riverview Park Robert Lowell Davison was born September 12, 1903 in Rushville, Indiana State Public School at Coldwater / Coldwater Regional Center The Arbogast Bridge The Broadway Bridge The Chicago Road The City of Coldwater, 1861-1961 The Flood of 1908 & Broadway Bridge "Island" The French & Trading Posts The Park Street "Spencer" Bridge The St. Joe Tavern & The Bucket Titlow House & Parachute Factory To Commemorate the Memory of the Pioneers and First Surveyors Union City Civil War Monument Union City Creamery Union City Heritage Water Trail (Trailhead Sign) Union City Iron Furnace Union City Methodist Episcopal Church Union City Milling and Mill Race Outlet Vietnam War KIA Wing House Museum World War I KIA World War II KIA World War Memorial Tree "A Gathering of Flags" War Memorial "Municipal Pond" Becomes Union Lake "Union" of the Rivers