Historical Markers in
Genesee County, Michigan

1834 Clark Dibble Settlement 1834-Site of First Log House 1837 Public Square 1838 Judge Daniel LeRoy's Law Office 1840 Grindstone from Fenton Mills 1889 A.J. Phillips Work Office Albert Champion Amos Woodruff / Amos Woodruff House Applewood Estate Applewood Estate Argentine Township Cemetery At Their Side Automotive Pioneers Berston Field House and Playground Birthplace of the National Fraternal Society of the Deaf Body By Fisher Bold Moves Boomtown Brent Creek United Methodist Church Burton Rotary Pavilion Burton Veterans Memorial Carriage Town Charles Kettering Charles Stewart Mott Charles Stewart Mott Charles W. Nash Chevrolet Empire Civic Park Clio Depot Community Presbyterian Church Congregational Church Court Street United Methodist Church Creating an All-American City David Buick David Dunbar Buick Davison Farmstead Dibbleville Dibbleville Business District I Dibbleville Business District II Durant And Dort E. S. Swayze Drugstore Fenton House Fenton United Methodist Church First Baptist Church First Methodist Episcopal Church First National Bank of Flint First United Methodist Church Flint Flint Automobile Company Flint Industry / GM Sit-Down Strike Flint Road Cart Factory / Durant-Dort Carriage Factory No. 1 Flushing G.A.R. and Woman's Relief Corps Memorial Flushing Middle East War Memorial Flushing World War I Memorial Flushing World War II Memorial Flushing WWII, Korean, and Vietnam War Memorial Freedom Park Civil War Memorial Freedom Park World War I Memorial Fun and Games Gaines Veterans Memorial Gatehouse Genesee County Civil War Memorial Genesee County Courthouse Genesee County Veterans Memorial George Washington Elm Tree Glenwood Cemetery Grand Blanc Consolidated School Harrison Homestead Henry Howland Crapo / Willson Park Home J. Dallas Dort Jacob Smith / Fred A. Aldrich Josiah Dallas Dort Laing-Mason House Learning Leadership Linden Historic District Linden Mills Linden Presbyterian Church Louis Chevrolet Masonic Temple McFarlan Park Methodist Episcopal Church Michigan School for the Deaf / Superintendent's Cottage Montrose Township Cemetery / Methodist Protestant Church Nash And Chrysler Oakwood Cemetery Veterans Memorial Oakwood Cemetery Veterans Memorial Old Prospect Hill Cemetery Orphans of the Automobile Industry Otisville High School Otto P. Graff Paterson-Sutherland House Preston Bradley Water Wheel Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church Renewing an Old Orchard Resisting Slavery / Robert J. Cromwell Riggs Hotel Robert Aitken Farm House Ruth Mott's Point of View Saint Jude's Episcopal Church Sarah Emma Edmonds / Franklin Thompson Simeon Perry Farmstead /Perry Family Sitting For 44 Days Smith Hill Cemetery Soldiers and Sailors Monument St. Michael Roman Catholic Church St. Paul's Episcopal Church Stockton House / Thomas Stockton Terrace Reconstruction Project The American Legion Memorial Highway The Buick Open The Country School The Daniels House The Demonstration Garden The Flint Sit-Down The Freedman House The General Motors Sit-Down Strike The Heart of the Farm The Heroes of United Flight 93 The Nelson Webster House The Rise and Fall of Gilkey Creek The Vehicle City Tom Walker's Grist Mill U.S. Military Road Vehicle City Arches Village Of Gaines / Gaines Depot W. C. Billy Durant Whaley House / Robert J. Whaley William C. Durant William C. Durant / Durant-Dort Carriage Company William Ray Perry House William "Billy" Durant Wood And Metal "Billy" Durant
Michigan is known for its many lighthouses, with over 120 lighthouses located along its Great Lakes shoreline. Many of these lighthouses are still in operation today and are popular tourist destinations.
~ Michigan random facts