Historical Markers in
Eaton County, Michigan

1845 Eaton County Courthouse American Legion Post 222 Veterans Memorial Austin Blair Bellevue Gothic Mill Blake's Opera House Bring Bricks Back to Nature Center Eaton United Methodist Church Clay Hill Delta Center Methodist Church Delta Mills Schools Delta Township / Delta Charter Township Dimondale Cemetery Vietnam/Korea Memorial Dimondale Cemetery World War I Memorial Dimondale Cemetery World War II Memorial Dimondale Fire Eaton and Barry Counties Vietnam Memorial Eaton County / Eaton County Courthouse Square Eaton Rapids Community War Memorial Edward Ferris House First Congregational Church First Congregational Church of Charlotte First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church Bell Fitzgerald Park Governor Frank D. Fitzgerald Home Grand Ledge 1909 Grand Ledge Chair Company Gresham United Methodist Church Hamlin District No. 15 School History of the Bennett Park Dam Island Park Joseph & Mary Hall House Lawrence Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church Luren D. Dickinson / The "Country Capitol" Miller Dairy Farm No. 1 Opera House Preston's Grocery - Preston's Bar Quarrying and Carrying Red Ribbon Hall Rick's Barber Shop Second Island Shane Jewelry Company The Old Boiler Room and Sand House The Potterville United Methodist Church Through Fire, Depression and War - The Legend Lives On Vermontville Academy Vermontville First Home Vermontville First Schoolhouse Vermontville United Methodist Church VFW National Home VFW National Home For Children World War II Memorial What's Buried Down Below? Where You are Standing Wasn't Always Woods Why Lincoln Bricks Were Better "Growing Progress" "The Saratoga of the West"
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