Historical Markers in Huron County

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Do you ever stop at a road side park and see one of those green signs that depicts a historical marker?  Huron County is home to 17 different historical markers.  

From the Great Fire of 1881, Stagecoaches, Indian Mission to the Bay Port Fishing District or Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse there's one for everybody!  

Some were erected as early as 1957 to the newest one in 2010.  If you feel up for a road trip visit our county and view some of our history.  Here's a great site for all the Historical Markers in Michigan. http://www.michmarkers.com/  Click on Counties across the top page, and look for Huron.

You could tour the Thumb and see one in every town:  Starting in White Rock - Visit the White Rock School, Harbor Beach -Frank Murphy Museum, Port Hope - Port Hope Chimney, Huron City - Huron City Museum, Port Austin - Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse, Charles G. Learned (Garfield Inn), Kinde - St. Mary of Czestochowa Roman Catholic Church, Ubly - Citizen's Bank Block, Owendale - Owendale, Sebewaing - Indian Mission, Sebewaing Township Hall, John C. LIken/John C. Martini House; Pigeon - Pigeon Depot, Stagecoaches, Great Fire of 1881, Bay Port - Bay Port Fishing District and Caseville - Methodist Episcopal Church.  

So come check out a little piece of history right here in Huron County!