National Register Listings in
Oakland County, Michigan

Affleck, Gregor S. and Elizabeth B., House Albertson, Eli and Sidney Teeter, House Aldrich, Royal, House Andrews-Leggett House Apple Island Historic Archaeological Site Axford-Coffin Farm B and C Grocery Building Botsford Inn Botsford-Graser House Brooks Farm Casa del Rey Apartments Caswell House Central School Clarkston Village Historic District Cranbrook Derby Street-Grand Trunk Western Railroad Bridge Detroit Finnish Co-operative Summer Camp Detroit Zoological Park Downtown Holly Commercial District Eagle Theater Eastern Michigan Asylum Historic District Eastern Michigan Asylum Historic District (Boundary Decrease) Endicott, John & Mary Elizabeth Booth, House Everts, Caleb, House Fairgrove Avenue Historic District Farmington Historic District First Methodist Episcopal Church of Farmington Foote, Dr. Henry K., House Franklin Boulevard Historic District Franklin Historic District Franklin Historic District (Boundary Increase) Fuerst, Jacob and Rebecca, Farmstead Gillespie Street-Clinton River Bridge Grand Trunk Western Railroad Birmingham Depot Griggs Brothers-Rochester Elevator Company Grain Elevator Grinnell Brothers Music House Highland United Methodist Church Hilzinger Block Hirst Hotel Holly Union Depot Howard, Horatio N., House Hubbard-Kesby House Hunter, John W., House Indian Lake Road Stone Arch Bridge Lake Orion Historic District Lathrup Village Historic District Lower Trout Lake Bathhouse Complex and Contact Station McCoy, Kittie C., House Meadow Brook Farms Milford Rural Agricultural School Modern Housing Corporation Addition Historic District Myrick-Palmer House Newberry, Milo Prentice, House North Milford Village Historic District Northland Gardens O'Dell, H. Augustus and Agnes Cleveland, House-Inch House Oak Hill Cemetery Orchard Lake Schools Historic District Ortonville Mill Oxford Downtown Historic District Pleasant Ridge East Historic District Pleasant Ridge Historic District Pleasant Ridge Historic District (Boundary Increase) Plumbrooke Estates Pontiac Commercial Historic District Pontiac Commercial Historic District (Boundary Increase) Reuther, Walter P. and May Wolf, House Rowe House Sashabaw Presbyterian Church Scripps, William Edmund and Nina A. Downey, Estate Smith, Melvyn Maxwell and Sara Stein, House Sprague, Rollin, Building-Old Stone Store St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church, Convent, and School Stony Creek Village Historic District Taliaferro, Thomas W. and Margaret, House Torrey, Charles, House Trowbridge Road-Grand Trunk Western Railroad Bridge Waterford Village Historic District Western Knitting Mills Wisner House Yamasaki, Minoru & Teruko, House Yerkes, Joseph D., House Yerkes, Robert, House
Michigan is the only state to have two designated "state stones": the Petoskey Stone, which is the state stone of Michigan, and the Isle Royale Greenstone, which is the state gemstone of Michigan. The Petoskey Stone is a fossilized coral that is found primarily in the northern Lower Peninsula, while the Isle Royale Greenstone is a rare mineral found only on Isle Royale in Lake Superior.
~ Michigan random facts