Historical Markers in
Monroe County, Michigan

A Storied Homestead After the Battle AH-1 Huey Cobra Helicopter American Legion World War I Monument Anderson Trading Post Artillery January 22, 1813 Battle of the River Raisin Memorial Bench Battle of the River Raisin Memorial Bench Battle of the River Raisin Memorial Bench Battles of the River Raisin Boston Custer - Autie Reed Boy Scouts in Monroe County / The Armory Opera House Boyd School Bridge School British Victory at Frenchtown Capt. Norman W. Heck Jr Capture of Gen. Winchester Col. Francis Navarre Colonel Oliver Johnson's Home Death of Capt. Woolfolk Death of Col. John Allen Deloeuil Blacksmith Shop Doctor Eduard Dorsch Dr. George Francis Heath 1850~1908 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dundee - Hub of the Highways Dundee's Old Mill Editor Ellis, 1825 Edward D. Ellis Eisenmann-Enteman Building Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad Estral Beach Veterans Memorial Exeter Township Hall First American Flag First Battle of the River Raisin First District Court First Indian Trading Post First Presbyterian Church Frenchtown Township General George A. Custer George Armstrong Custer Hidden Casualities of War Historic Banner Oak School Historic Crossroad Historic River Raisin Historic State Police Post Historical Museum Holy Ghost Lutheran Church Ida Village / Ida Township In Memory Of All Our Fallen Soldiers Indian Attack Indian Trading Post J. Sterling Morton Joseph Loranger 1817 Lake Erie LaPlaisance Bay LaPlaisance Bay Settlement Luna Pier Veterans Memorial Luna Pier War Memorial Lutherans In Monroe County M29 81mm Mortar Macon Reservation Unit Major-General George Armstrong Custer Melvin C. Dye Memorial Memorial Place Michigan-Ohio Boundary Survey 50th Anniversary Michigan: Historic Crossroads / Michigan: Twenty-Sixth State Michigan's Tribute to Kentucky Milan Village Hall and Fire Barn Monroe Bank and Trust Monroe County and the Civil War / Grand Army of the Republic Monroe County Civil War Fallen Soldiers Memorial Monroe County Since 1817 Monroe County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Monroe County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Tree Monroe Street Bridge Monroe's Soldiers Murder of Captain Hart Navarre - Anderson Trading Post Old Burial Ground Old Hull Road Old Michigan Southern Old Mill Museum Old Whipping Post Peter Seitz Tavern & Stagecoach Inn Port of Monroe Potter Cemetery / Public Act 525 of 2012 POW-MIA Chained Eagle Private Claim 214 of G. Godfroy & J.B. Beaugrand Private Claim 236 Lot of Hubert Lacroix Private Claim 236 Lot of Jean (John) Baptiste Jerome Private Claim 236, Lot of George McDougal Private Claim 96 of Jean (John) Baptist Couture Prohibition in Berlin Township / "A Bootleggers Paradise" River Raisin Legacy Project Roundhead Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church Sandy Creek Settlement School Bus Safety Mirror Site of Battles of Jan. 18 - 22 Skirmish Line Soldiers and Sailors Park Spaulding Cemetery / Plank Road St. Charles Church St. John the Baptist Catholic Church St. Joseph Sur La Baie St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception St. Patrick Church St. Paul's United Methodist Church Tecumseh's Headquarters The 1st Battle of the River Raisin The 2nd Battle of the River Raisin The American Surrender The Civic Improvement Society of Monroe The Custer Home The Gov. Robt. McCelland House The Mill or Grist Stone The Navarre - Anderson Trading Post The Old Hull Road The Railroad Well The Women Who Served The "Huey" Helicopter Trinity Episcopal Church Trinity Lutheran Church U.S. 17th Infantry Campsite University of Michigan 1838 Veterans Memorial Sidewalk Vietnam P.O.W.'s and M.I.A's Memorial Tree Whiteford Township WW II Memorial "Newton" Strike "Sky Pilot" "War" With Happy Ending
Michigan was the birthplace of the American automobile industry. In the early 20th century, automakers such as Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler established headquarters and factories in Michigan, leading to a boom in the state's economy and population. Detroit became known as the "Motor City" and a symbol of American industrial power.
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