This is a list of properties on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Michigan.This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 25, 2014.

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  • This is a list of properties on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Michigan.This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 25, 2014.
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  • Presque Isle
  • Middle Island
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  • Roughly bounded by Ferriss, Cook, E. Bacon, S. Howell, Waldron, N. Manning, Monroe and Hillsdale Sts. and Carlton Rd.
  • Bounded by Lake Huron, Gypsum, Keystone, and Rempert Rds.
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  • North Breakwater offshore end, 0.5 miles west of Ludington Ave. at M-116
  • Abandoned US 41 over Backwater Creek
  • Aragon and Antoine Sts.
  • Aurora St.
  • Between Suffolk and Lowell Sts.
  • Big Sable Point
  • Burt Rd. over Silver Creek
  • Broadly Fleshiem to C St. & Iron Mountain to Stockbridge Ave.
  • Cass St.
  • Center St.
  • Central Ave.
  • Chief Noonday Road east of Briggs Rd.
  • Cook Dam Rd. at the Cook Dam on the Au Sable River
  • Corner of Lighthouse and Silver Lake Channel Rds.
  • County Road 431
  • Croton Dam Road
  • Thompson Rd. over an abandoned railroad right-of-way
  • Deer St.
  • Dumaw Crk, NE of Pentwater, Michigan
  • Hartwick Pines Rd.
  • Holiday Park
  • Howell St.
  • James Rd.
  • Junction of US 12 and Jackson Rd.
  • Just west of Seul Choix Point
  • Kent St.
  • Lincoln Rd. over the Pine River
  • Little Sable Point
  • M-72 over the Au Sable River
  • M-88 over the Intermediate River
  • Main St. over Black River
  • McLeod Ave. and Marquette St.
  • McLeod Ave. and Norfolk St.
  • Moore St.
  • Mouth of the Black River at Lake Michigan
  • N. Black River Valley Parkway
  • Near Five Channels Dam
  • Northeast of L'Anse
  • Northeast of Pelkie
  • Ocqueoc Falls Highway over the Ocqueoc River
  • Off CR 405
  • Off M-64
  • Ontonagon River at Lake Superior
  • Over the Menominee River
  • Park Rd.
  • Pine River Park, Alma, Michigan
  • Pine River near Tyler Road
  • Planter Rd. over Jackson Creek
  • Point Betsie
  • Point Road
  • Presque Isle County Park
  • Private road over Stony Creek
  • River St.
  • Rt. 2, 128th Ave.
  • S. Cayuga St.
  • Sand Point, NW of Baraga
  • State and Maple Sts.
  • Superior and State Streets
  • Tawas Point Rd.
  • Ten Curves Rd. over the Manistique River
  • Thunder Bay River mouth, 150 feet from shore
  • US 31 over the Pentwater River
  • US 41 over the Sturgeon River
  • at offshore end of east breakwater, approx. 1,800 ft. from shore
  • Western end of Lowell St.
  • along the Platte River
  • near Toft Lake
  • U.S. Route 10; also bounded generally by U.S. Route 10 on the north, 72nd St. on the south, Nelson Rd. on the east, and extending west of Forman Rd. on the west
  • Offshore end of the north breakwater, 0.4 miles southwest of the junction of Main St. and Michigan Ave.
  • Lafayette between Montcalm and Benton and adjacent block of Montcalm, Grove, Cass, and Washington on either side
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  • Antrim County Courthouse
  • Barry County Courthouse
  • Dowagiac
  • Gratiot County Courthouse
  • Mason County Courthouse
  • Ontonagon County Courthouse
  • Van Buren County Courthouse
  • Hillsdale County Courthouse
  • Hughes House
  • St. John's Episcopal Church
  • Ludington Light
  • Fremont High School
  • Frankfort North Breakwater Light
  • New Presque Isle Light
  • Old Presque Isle Light
  • Watervale, Michigan
  • Grace Episcopal Church
  • Big Sable Point Light
  • Aetna Earthworks
  • Alabaster Historic District
  • Alma Downtown Historic District
  • Alpena County Courthouse
  • Alpena Light
  • Ardis Furnace
  • Arvon Township Hall
  • Assinins
  • Austin H. and Frankie A. Dwight Summer House
  • Bangor Elevator
  • Benzie County Courthouse
  • Bergland Administrative Site
  • Boven Earthwork
  • Brown Site
  • Cadillac Public Library
  • Canyon Falls Bridge
  • Carroll Jones House
  • Chapin Mine Steam Pump Engine
  • Charles Mears Silver Lake Boardinghouse
  • Charles T. Mitchell House
  • Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Depot
  • Chief Noonday Outdoor Center
  • Clare Congregational Church
  • Cobbs and Mitchell Building
  • Conservation Park Site
  • Cooke Hydroelectric Plant
  • Copper Peak
  • Croton Dam
  • Croton Dam Mound Group
  • Daniel Striker House
  • Dickinson County Courthouse and Jail
  • Doughty House
  • Douglas House
  • Dumaw Creek Site
  • E.O. Grosvenor House
  • East Ward School
  • Edward E. Hartwick Memorial Building
  • Eggleston School
  • Ekdahl-Goudreau Site
  • Elk Rapids Township Hall
  • Elks Temple Building
  • F. T. Barney
  • Fairman Building
  • First Congregational Church of Ovid
  • First Methodist Episcopal Church of Pokagon
  • Fishing Tug Katherine V
  • Five Channels Dam
  • Forty Mile Point Light
  • Frank A. and Rae E. Harris Kramer House
  • Frank J. Cobbs House
  • Frankfort Land Company House
  • G. W. Jones House
  • George Newton House
  • George and Martha Hitchcock House
  • Giles Gilbert House
  • Giles J. Gibbs Building
  • Gogebic County Courthouse
  • Graved Rock Site
  • Green Quarry Site
  • Greenville Downtown Historic District
  • Hardy Dam
  • Hebard – Ford Summer House
  • Henry Richardi House
  • Herman and Anna Hanka Farm
  • Hillsdale Downtown Historic District
  • Hoeft State Park
  • Holiday Park Site
  • Holtz Site
  • Houppert Winery Complex
  • Idlewild, Michigan
  • Immaculate Conception Church
  • Iron Mountain Central Historic District
  • Ironwood Carnegie Library
  • Ironwood City Hall
  • Ironwood Memorial/Municipal Building
  • Ironwood Theatre Complex
  • Ithaca Downtown Historic District
  • J.J. Deal and Son Carriage Factory
  • Jared H. Gay House
  • Johannesburg Manufacturing Company Store
  • John Carveth House
  • John and Katharine Tunkun Podjun Farm
  • Kewawenon Mission
  • Leer Lutheran Church
  • Liberty Hyde Bailey Birthplace
  • Lincoln Road–Pine River Bridge
  • Little Sable Point Light
  • Long Lake Outdoor Center
  • Luce County Sheriff's House and Jail
  • Ludington State Park Beach House
  • Ludington United States Coast Guard Station
  • M-72–Au Sable River Bridge
  • M-88–Intermediate River Bridge
  • MacLachlan Sanitarium
  • Main Street – Black River Bridge
  • Manistique East Breakwater Light
  • Manistique Pumping Station
  • Marlborough Historic District
  • Marshall's Store
  • Mason District Number 5 Schoolhouse
  • Masonic Temple Building
  • Menominee River Park Archeological District
  • Michigan Central Railroad Standish Depot
  • Michigan Condensed Milk Factory
  • Middle Island Light
  • Mills Community House
  • Navigation Structures at Frankfort Harbor
  • Navigation Structures at Pentwater Harbor
  • Nisbett Building
  • Not-A-Pe-Ka-Gon Site
  • Ocqueoc Falls Highway–Ocqueoc River Bridge
  • Old Cadillac City Hall
  • Old US-41 – Backwater Creek Bridge
  • Onaway State Park
  • Ontonagon Harbor Piers Historic District
  • Ontonagon Light
  • Ontonagon School
  • Oscoda County Courthouse
  • Paw Paw City Hall
  • Planter Road – Jackson Creek Bridge
  • Platte River Campground Site
  • Point Betsie Light
  • Presque Island Lodge
  • Presque Isle County Courthouse
  • Radka-Bradley House
  • SS Badger
  • Sand Point Site
  • Scottville School
  • Second Arenac County Courthouse
  • Seul Choix Light
  • Shay Locomotive
  • Sherman City Union Church
  • Shriner-Ketcham House
  • Smith's Chapel
  • Solomon S. Curry House
  • South Haven Light
  • Stony Creek Bridge
  • Sturgeon Point Light
  • Tawas Point Light
  • Ten Curves Road – Manistique River Bridge
  • Thomson Road–Air Line Railroad Bridge
  • Thunder Bay Island Light
  • Toft Lake Village Site
  • Trunk Line Bridge No. 237
  • US 31-Pentwater River Bridge
  • Union School
  • Up Stream Put-In Site
  • Upper Twin Falls Bridge
  • W.H.L. McCourtie Estate
  • William R. Kirby Sr. House
  • William Treadwell House
  • Winter Inn
  • Wright Opera House Block
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  • The Tawas Point Light was originally constructed in 1852-53. However, the structure began to degrade, and a new lighthouse was built in 1876 at a cost of $30,000. The tower is tall including the base, with a diameter at base of and a diameter at parapet of It is constructed of a brick outer wall, and an inner wall: 24 inches/8 inches thick, respectively. There is an air space between walls of .
  • This house was designed in 1874 by Elijah E. Myers for Ebenezer O. Grosvenor, a politician who served in the Michigan Senate, one term as the Lieutenant Governor of Michigan, and two terms as the State Treasurer of Michigan. It now operates as the Grosvenor House Museum.
  • Construction on this light began in 1854 and was not completed until 1858, with service beginning in the shipping season of 1859. The light was the site of one of the earliest Life Saving Station, built in 1875 under the auspices of the United States Life-Saving Service. The Point Betsie light was the last manned lighthouse on Lake Michigan and the last Michigan lighthouse to lose its keeper.
  • In 1908, John T. Jones built this experimental blast furnace, named the "Ardis Furnace" after his daughter, to test an iron extraction process he developed. The furnace as originally built was a huge rotating metal tube installed at a slight incline and held in place by a series of concrete supports. The Ardis Furnace was initially a success, but a fundamental heat problem limited its durability, and within two years Jones lost his personal fortune and the project was abandoned. Some elements of Jones's technology were incorporated into later successful operations, but the ruins of the concrete supports are the only remnants of the Ardis furnace.
  • The Fairman Building was constructed in 1880 for businessman Ferdinand Fairman, who dealt in a substantial amount of real estate, investment, and other non-lumbering activities in what was then a primarily lumbering town. In 2003, the Fairman Building, along with the nearby Nisbett Building, were refurbished into senior citizen housing, and are now known as the Nisbett-Fairman Residences.
  • In 1874, Cadillac founder George Mitchell built this house in the Second Empire style, including ornate caved woodwork inside and a mansard roof outside. Mitchell lived there until 1878; in 1922, his great-nephew Charles T. Mitchell purchased the house, and in 1926, completely renovated it to reflect the then-current Prairie School trend in architecture.
  • The Old US-41 – Backwater Creek Bridge is a rigidly connected Warren pony truss, 80 feet long with an 18 foot roadway. Built in 1918, it is one of the earliest examples of a standard Michigan State Highway Department pony truss design in the state.
  • The Alpena Light was constructed in 1914 to mark the entrance of Thunder Bay River at the western end of Thunder Bay. The lighthouse remains active.
  • Grace Episcopal Church is a 1-1/2 story rectangular Greek Revival frame structure covered in clapboard. Built in 1844-48, it is one of the first church buildings constructed in Michigan west of Detroit, and is one of the few surviving exampes of indigenous church architecture in the state.
  • The Hillsdale County Courthouse is the third permanent county building located at this site. The yellow sandstone courthouse was built in 1898-99 from a design by Jackson architect Claire Allen.
  • In 1915, when this hall was built, the area was still a sparsely settled frontier, and the township government played an important role in the local community. The hall was used as a community center hosted public meetings. It continues to be used for meetings, as well as amateur theatrical productions, community pageants, ethnic music festivals, and other recreational activities.
  • The Sherman City Union Church was built in 1871 as the "Guard of American Revolution Hall," and in 1898 was refitted as a nondenominational church. The church was abandoned in about 1960, but was rescued and refurbished in 1977-78 by local citizens.
  • The Ocqueoc Falls Highway–Ocqueoc River Bridge, built in 1920, is significant as a well-preserved early example of concrete arch bridges constructed by the Michigan State Highway Department.
  • Established in 1832, it is one of the oldest operating lighthouses on Lake Huron, although the facility has undergone several additions and improvements.
  • The Douglas House, also known North Branch Outing Club, was constructed in 1916 by Thomas E. Douglas to draw wealthy tourists to the area. Early club members included Henry Ford and his son Edsel, John and Horace Dodge, and Charles Nash.
  • Trunk Line Bridge No. 237 was built in 1918 by the Michigan State Highway Department according to a standard plan on what was then State Highway 308. The bridge is a concrete, barrel vaulted deck arch bridge. Its single arch spans across Silver Creek. The parapet railings are constructed of solid concrete and have five rectangular recesses on the inside and outside faces. The bridge currently carries the unpaved Burt Road in a rural, wooded area of Ransom Township.
  • The Cadillac Elks Temple, built in 1910, was designed by the Grand Rapids architectural firm of Osgood & Osgood, who specialized in designing similar buildings for fraternal organizations.
  • The Elk Rapids Township Hall was built in 1883 as a theater and government center; it was used as a community center for plays, concerts, dances, political rallies and other local events.
  • The Shriner-Ketcham House was constructed in 1868 by local dairy owner and farmer William Shriner. John C. Ketcham, a six-term US Congressman, purchased the house from Shriner, and lived there until his death in 1941.
  • The logging town of Pequaming was founded by Charles Hebard in 1878. In 1915, Hebard's son Daniel built this lodge as his periodic residence. In 1923, Henry Ford bought the town, the mill, and the surrounding 40,000 acres of timber. Ford used the lodge as his summer residence until 1941.
  • Built in 1934 in the county seat of Alpena, this Art Deco courthouse continues to serve Alpena County.
  • This building was constructed in 1872 as the First Congregational Church of Ovid. It was moved to this location in 1899, and used for worship until 1972. It is a frame Gothic Revival structure with a tall, three-stage two-story square tower topped with an octagonal belfry contains unique decorative touches.
  • The Cadillac Masonic Temple, built in 1899, is a three story Romanesque brick and stone commercial building measuring by .
  • The Wright Opera House Block, also known as the 'Alma Opera House Block, was built in 1880 by lumberman Ammi Willard Wright. It is a large brick building houseing five commercial spaces on the first floor, and a performance space and offices on the upper floors. The 1899 Lancashire Building addition is integral to the original building.
  • The Old Presque Isle Light was the first lighthouse in the Presque Isle, Michigan area. The light was built in 1840, and was constructed of two-thirds stone and one-third brick. However, the tower and dwelling did not last long in the harsh weather, however, and by 1867 they were deteriorated enough for Congress to find need for a newer station. The New Presque Isle Light was constructed in 1870, and the Old Presque Isle Light was deactivated in 1871. The old light currently serves as a museum.
  • This engine is a Shay locomotive engine designed by local logger Ephraim Shay. The Shay locomotive was small and powerful, and was built to operate on temporary tracks to haul logs. It was geared to operate on steep grades and articulated to handle sharp curves.
  • Now known as the Zeba United Indian Methodist Church, the Kewawenon Mission was founded by Methodist missionaries in 1832. The current church is the third such building at the site, and is a vernacular Gothic Revival building covered with hand-made shingling.
  • This factory was built in portions over the span of 1893-1909 by the J.J. Deal and Son Carriage Company. The company produced multiple models of the Deal Automobile here from 1908-1911, but went out of business in 1915. It was later used by the Kiddie Brush & Toy Company.
  • The Brown Site is an archaeological site, located along the Pine River, that was the location of a late Woodland period village dating to about AD 1000.
  • This depot was built in 1892 by the Milwaukee, Lake Shore and Western Railroad, a predecessor of the Chicago and North Western Railway. The red brick and sandstone structure with a one-block long platform was used for passenger traffic until 1970, and freight until 1971. It currently houses the Ironwood Area Historical Society.
  • The Ekdahl-Goudreau Site, also known as the Seul Choix site, is an archaeological site located a few hundred feet back from a natural harbor on Lake Michigan. Pottery artifacts date the site to the Late Woodland period.
  • The Cadillac City Hall was built in 1901 and used for city offices until 1977.
  • The Clare Congregational Church was built in 1908-09, and is one of the few churches in Michigan that reflect the architectural adoption by early twentieth-century Protestants of the Early Christian central plan churches of the fifth- and sixth-century.
  • Copper Peak, built in 1969, is the only ski flying hill in the Western Hemisphere. It was used for competitions between 1970 and 1994.
  • The Ontonagon County Courthouse is a two-story Romanesque Revival structure, designed by the architectural firm of Charlton, Gilbert & Demar, and built of brick on a sandstone foundation. Three sides have similar facades a central entrance in a gabled pavilion flanked by tall double-hung windows. The building was completed in 1886, but a disastrous 1896 fire destroyed most of the city, including this courthouse. The foundation and brick walls were salvaged, and the interior was redesiged and rebuilt.
  • The Ironwood Carnegie Library was constructed in 1901, using a $17000 grant from Andrew Carnegie. It was the first Carnegie Library in Michigan, and continues to operate.
  • Giles Gilbert was a significant figure in the lumbering business in Stanton in the late 1860s-early 1880s. In 1877, he built this house for his own use, and lived there until 1882, when he moved to Mecosta, Michigan, to continue lumbering. The house in Stanton was later owned by James Willet, another prominent lumberman and mayor of Stanton.
  • The Little Sable Point Light was constructed in 1874 from a design by Col. Orlando M. Poe. The light sits atop a brick tower with a stone base. Prior to 1900, the brick was left in its natural color and state, as it was unusually hard and held up well to the elements. In 1900 the light was painted white for the first time, to assuage the complaints of mariners who said the brick was difficult to see. It remained that color until 1975, when it was sand blasted, and returned to its natural color. The lantern is capped by a copper roof.
  • This highway bridge between Dickinson County, Michigan and Florence County, Wisconsin was built in 1910-11 because the Twin Falls Power Dam would soon flood the previous bridge. It is one of two pin-connected, camelback, through-truss bridges remaining in Wisconsin. Site of liquor inspections from 1914-20, when Michigan was dry and Wisconsin wet.
  • The Main Street – Black River Bridge was constructed in 1923 to replace a 19th-century bridge that was bottlenecking vehicular traffic in what was then the village of Ramsay. The concrete through girder bridge design used for this bridge was a standard Michigan State Highway Department design from 1913 through about 1930, during which time perhaps hundreds of them were built throughout the state. The Main Street – Black River Bridge is an unusual and visually striking example, having a triple-span design and tapered concrete piers.
  • The city of Ironwood was first settled in 1885 as the commercial center of the newly opening Gogebic iron range. The city was incorporated in 1889, and architect George Mennie designed this city hall, which was constructed the following year. The two-story, rectangular, vernacular Richardsonian structure had an exterior of tan brick with smooth brownstone belt cornices. It originally held the city jail, police department, fire station, library, and city offices, but soon the police and fire departments exclusively used the building. Despite was being listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, the building was demolished in 1989.
  • The Holtz Site, designated 20AN26, is an archaeological site. It was a Middle Woodland period encampment, dating to around AD 200-400, likely inhabited for a short time by people from southern Michigan who traveled north for a season.
  • The Greenville Downtown Historic District is a commercial historic district containing 60 contributing buildings dating from the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The oldest dates to 1869.
  • This estate was the birthplace of W.H.L McCourtie, a Somerset Center native who made his fortune in the Texas oil boom. McCourtie returned to Somerset Center in 1922 and built an estate as a social center of the town. Around 1930, McCourtie hired two itinerant Mexican artisans, George Cardoso and Ralph Corona, to build 17 concrete bridges here. Cardoso and Corona used a technique known as el trabejo rustico , a Mexican folk art tradition where wet concrete is sculpted to look like wood. The cement constructions remain, and the estate is now McCourtie Park.
  • The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870 to replace the deteriorating Old Presque Isle Light. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Major Orlando M. Poe designed the light, with a tapered tower and connected keeper's quarters. The design was so elegant that several other lighthouses around the Great Lakes wre built to similar specifications.
  • The Dumaw Creek site was once a 17th century village and cemetery. Archeological artifacts and human remains were discovered on this site in 1915.
  • In 1876, this building was converted from a hop barn into a church. It is significant as the 1903 location of the first performance of George Bennard's hymn "The Old Rugged Cross." In 1914, it was sold and converted back to storage; restoration began in 1998.
  • This Greek Revival structure was built in 1842-1845 as the first Van Buren County Courthouse, a function it served for over 50 years. In 1900, it was moved from the courthouse site to its present location, and now serves as the Paw Paw City Hall.
  • The Scottville School was constructed in 1888, and served as Scottville's only school until the 1950s. Additions were made to the school in 1893, 1903, 1911, and 1927. It was used as the high school and middle school until 1976.
  • This bridge is notable for being a large early example of an arched through girder bridge in Michigan, and for sitting on substantially skewed abutments. It was demolished and replaced in 2009.
  • The George Newton House is significant as the home of prominent civic leader George Newton, the son of Cass County pioneer Col. James Newton. It currently operates as a museum.
  • The Ontonagon School was originally constructed in 1912 as a high school. The architecturally significant portion of the building is the 1938 elementary school addition. This building, was designed by architect architect A.B. Nelson to be child-friendly, and features stained-glass art, floor- and wall-tiles with fairytale characters, built-in child-sized benches, reversing blackboards, and an Art Deco fish pond in the kindergarten room.
  • Frank J. Cobbs was the son of Jonathan W. Cobbs, who, with William W. Mitchell, founded the lumbering firm of Cobbs & Mitchell which was a large employer in Cadilac for decades. Frank J. Cobbs built this house in 1898, the year he was married and his father died, leaving the management of Cobbs & Mitchell to Frank.
  • The Katherine V is a former fishing tugboat that is now on display at the Besser Museum of Northeast Michigan right next to Alpena Community College in Alpena. It is believed to be the last intact wooden fishing tug left.
  • Sand Point is a Late Late Woodland period archaeological site containing the remains of a village and 12 burial mounds.
  • The Central Railroad Dowagiac Depot was built by the Michigan Central Railroad in 1903; a restoration project took place in 1995.
  • The Gratiot County Courthouse was constructed in 1900-02 from plans drawn by architect Claire Allen. It is a 2-1/2-story Classical Revival structure covered in beige sandstone with a distinctive multi-stage clock tower topped with a belfry.
  • One of the oldest state parks in Michigan, Onaway State Park was dedicated in 1921. Located on Black Lake, it contains sand cobblestone beaches, large rock outcroppings, a campground, and a nature trail highlighting a diversity of trees.
  • Smith's Chapel was constructed in 1840 by the local Methodist congregation, and named for Cannon Smith, who donated the land and contributed substantially toward the chapel's construction. The chapel is the oldest known church building in Cass County, and probably the oldest in southwest Michigan. The church was used regularly until 1967, and in 1972 Milton Township purchased the structure.
  • The Holiday Park Site is an archaeological site that was the location of a Late Woodland period village.
  • The Antrim County Courthouse was designed in 1879, but construction did not begin until 1904. A new facility was constructed in 1977/78, and this building was vacant until restoration in 1990-92. As of 2014, it houses the Antrim County courts and prosecuting attorney.
  • The first life-saving station at Ludington. was built in 1879. In 1933, the original station was moved to become a private residence, and the set of building currently at the site were constructed. In 2003, ground was broken on a new station nearby,[2] and the Coast Guard moved the next year
  • Architect Ralph B. Herrick designed this beach house for the Ludington State Park in 1933; the beach house was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935.
  • The Immaculate Conception Church is an Italian Renaissance Revival church built in 1902 by Italian Catholics living on the north side of Iron Mountain. It was designed by parish priest Father Giovanni Sinopoli di Giunta, who also oversaw the construction of the building.
  • In 1860, the Army Corps of Engineers began designing pier structures in Ontonagon at the mouth of the river. The initial construction of the Ontonagon piers was carried out during 1868-1872, and further additions and reconstructions were carried out through the rest of the nineteenth century and into the twentieth. The east and west entrance piers are now 2,315 feet and 2,563 feet long, respectively
  • The Alabaster Historic District encompasses a former open-pit gypsum mine, along with associated processing buildings, shops, and offices, as well as the company town. The mine was established in 1862, but above-ground structures date from after an 1891 fire.
  • The SS Badger is a coal-fired ferry carrying both passengers and vehicles. The ship has operated in Lake Michigan since 1953, and is the only remaining coal-fired passenger vessel operating on the Great Lakes. The Badger was originally built as a rail car ferry, but in 1991-92 was refit to exclusively carry passengers and automobiles.
  • The Bergland Administrative Site, also known as the Bergland Ranger Station, is a government administrative complex consisting of six buildings, built in 1936 by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It was one of the first administrative offices built in the Ottawa National Forest, and now houses the Bergland Cultural & Heritage Center and The Bergland/Matchwood Historical Society Museum.
  • The Dickinson County Courthouse and Jail was built in 1896. It is a rock faced red brick Romanesque style structure designed by architect James E. Clancy of Antigo, Wisconsin.
  • At the time of its completion in 1931, the Hardy Dam was the largest earthen dam in North America east of the Mississippi, and is still the third largest earthen dam in the world and the largest east of the Mississippi River.
  • The Benzie County Courthouse was constructed in 1912 as a recreation center and hotel, named the "The Grand". In early 1916, Beulah won an election to become the county seat of Benzie County, and the former hotel was converted into a courthouse.
  • The Toft Lake Village Site, also known by the designation 20NE110, is an archaeological site that was once a Late Middle Woodland village situated on 10 acres on the sandy shore of Toft Lake.
  • This district covers the city’s central business district and adjacent areas It is primarily commercial, but also contains the historic county courthouse complex, and school, library, and church buildings.
  • The M-88–Intermediate River Bridge is a ateel stringer bridge, constructed in 1931-32, with many workers provided by the Depression-era County Relief Committee.
  • This bridge, built in 1919, is one of the oldest examples of a concrete T-beam bridge in Michigan, and the only historically significant bridge of the type having multiple spans. It also has a rare brick deck.
  • Frank Kramer was a Russian Jewish immigrant who settled in Gaylord and began a clothing and dry goods business known as "Kramer’s Busy Big Store." He and his wife Rae built this house in 1896.
  • This house was built for Marcellus founder George Washington Jones in 1888. He lived here until his death in 1896.
  • The Barry County Courthouse, designed by Albert E. French, was constructed in 1892-94. The design of the building is eclectic, combining Late Victorian, Queen Anne, and Richardsonian Romanesque elements.
  • The Ithaca Downtown Historic District encompasses 15 commercial structures, the entire 100 block of East Center Street.
  • Located on Middle Island about north of Alpena, it is about halfway between Presque Isle and Thunder Bay Island.
  • The Oscoda County Courthouse was built in 1888-89 at a cost of about $3800 by George E. Hunter from a Classical Revival design by architects Pratt and Koeppe. Unlike the stone and brick courthouses commonly built at the time, the Oscoda County Courthouse is a modest wood frame building, originally sided with wooden clapboards. The building is fronted by a projected bay topped with a hip-roofed steeple. One-story wings extend from both sides of the courthouse.
  • The Mason County Courthouse was built in 1893-94, and is the fourth structure to serve as a courthouse for Mason County. It is a Richardsonian Romanesque structure built of Jacobsville sandstone from Houghton County.
  • The Navigation Structures at Pentwater Harbor include a pair of concrete piers flanking the channel from Lake Michigan to Pentwater Lake, and the pierhead lights at the end of each pier. The channel itself dates to 1855, when Charles Mears first dregded it for his lumber business.
  • The Graved Rock Site, also known as 20DK23, is an archaeological site, thought to be a ceremonial location associated with prehistoric Native Americans. It contains rock carvings.
  • The Union School was a state-of-the-art school when it was built in 1885. It served as a school for the St. Johns district until 1986. The building has been replaced with a housing development.
  • The Croton Dam Mound Group consists of three mounds designated Croton Dam A , Croton Dam B , and Croton Dam C . The largest mound, Croton Dam A, measures about 35 feet in diameter, and included a cache of animal bones and weapons points. The two smaller mounds, Croton Dam B and C, contained red ochre and cremated human remains.
  • The Winter Inn, built in 1902 by Thomas B. Winter, is significant as a still-functioning example of a modest, locally-owned hotel of a type once common in small towns like Greenville.
  • This Classical Revival structure, designed in 1901 by Jackson architect Claire Allen, has served as the Van Buren County Courthouse for over 100 years.
  • The Menominee River Park Archeological District is an archaeological site; the location was a campsite associated with the Woodland period, and is currently used as a recreational park.
  • This light marks the location of the only harbor in a long stretch of dangerous Lake Michigan shore. Before it was constructed in 1895, there were no lighthouses in a 100-mile stretch of shoreline. The light was designed by Orlando M. Poe, who designed seven other lighthouses in the area.
  • Built in 1934, the Eggleston School is a well preserved, former public school with two classrooms and a gymnasium. It is located in southeastern Roscommon County and now serves as a private dwelling.
  • The John Carveth House, also known as the Aaron Clark House or the Lone Willow Farm, is an elaborate, asymmetrical two-story Queen Anne house built in 1886 by John Carveth, lawyer and state senator.
  • The Doughty House was built in about 1865 and purchased by Wilkinson Doughty, an early civic leader in Mt. Pleasant, in 1869. He was a founder of Central Michigan Normal School , and lived here until his death in 1909.
  • The Johannesburg Manufacturing Company was incorporated in 1901 by lumbermen Ernest Salling, Rasmus Hanson, and Nels Michelson. The trio built Johannesburg as a lumber mill and company town, and the first building constructed in the new town was this company store.
  • Charles Mears was a Chicago lumberman who controlled timberland and owned mills across Michigan. Mears built a number of boardinghouses for his workers; this boardinghouse was constructed in 1866.
  • The Conservation Park Site, also known as the Pine River Park Site, is an archaeological site located along the Pine River that was the location of an early Woodland period camp.
  • The oral tradition of the Odawa people holds that the Not-A-Pe-Ka-Gon Site, along the Pere Marquette River, was the site of an important 17th century battle between the Odawa and Mascouten peoples. Many men from both sides of the conflict died in the battle, and their skulls were placed on sticks along the riverbank; the site became known as "Notipekago" or "Notipekagon" - literally, "heads on sticks."
  • The original Ontonagon Lighthouse, a wooden structure, was built in 1852/53. This lighthouse quickly deteriorated, and the current lighthouse, constructed of brick, was built in 1866. This lighthouse is a rectangular, 1-1/2-story cream-colored brick keeper's house on a stone foundation, integral with a three-story, 34-foot tall tower. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1964, and ownership of the structure was transferred to the Ontonagon County Historical Society in 2003. The society undertook a complete restoration of the structure, and conducts tours for visitors.
  • The former Fremont High School consists of three distinct sections: the original two-story Arts and Crafts-inspired 1926 school building, a one- and two- story 1961 International Style gymnasium/natatorium, and a 1988 connector between the two earlier buildings. The building was vacated in fall 2012.
  • The light station at South Haven was established in 1872; navigational structures include piers, the original 1872 keeper's house, and a 1903 cast iron light tower.
  • The Five Channels Dam Archeological District encompasses the site of the former worker's camp, used during dam construction in 1911-1912. At the completion of dam construction, the worker's camp buildings were moved to the next construction site or razed.
  • This house is a two-story brick Italian Villa built for William Treadwell in the early 1860s. Before it was finished, Treadwell famously embezzled $66,000 from the bank he ran and fled town. He was caught, tried, and convicted, but escaped from jail and was finally murdered by an accomplice.
  • The Norwegian Lutheran Church Complex includes a church, parish house, cemetery, and pavilion. The church is substantially the same as when it was built in 1899. Highlights include an altar painting by Sarah Kirkeberg Raugland, and an unusual pressed metal interior in the parish house.
  • The Hughes House was constructed in approximately 1868 by a local carpenter as a guest house, located on the stagecoach road between Traverse City and Petoskey.
  • The Big Sable Point Light was built in 1867; at 112 feet it is one of the few Michigan lights over 100 feet in height. The tower is built of brick, but in 1900 a steel plate encasement was constructed around the tower to protect the bricks. The station was the last light on the Great Lakes to be electrified, in 1949. The light was automated in 1968, and still serves as an aid to navigation.
  • John and Katharine Podjun purchased the land this farm sits on in 1914, and slowly constructed a complex of farm buildings between 1914 and 1930. The entire property is still owned by Podjun family members.
  • In 1873, Horace Sebring and Mitchell Hogmire constructed this grain elevator alongside the railroad tracks. The building has had multiple owners through the years, until 2002 when it was purchased by the city of Bangor, then substantially refurbished. It is now available for rental as a reception hall
  • The Jared H. Gay House is a log house built in 1861 by Jared Gay and his wife Catherine. The Gays were the first permanent European settlers in the area, and were instrumental in the development of Crystal Valley. They lived in this house until 1902.
  • The Green Quarry Site, covering , is the only known source of Lambrix chert, which was used for a variety of prehistoric tools.
  • The Aetna Earthworks consists of two circular ditch-and-bank structures of around diameter located atop a glacial esker. The layout of the site is thought to represent the Midewiwin origin tale of Bear's Journey.
  • This building was first constructed by Giles J Gibbs as a grocery. In 1916, Nick Pappas opened The Sugar Bowl at this location, which was run by the Pappas family until it closed in 1970.
  • Assinins was founded in 1843 by Bishop Frederic Baraga, and is one of the earliest Catholic missions in the Upper Peninsula associated with the Bishop. Baraga built the Old St. Joseph Orphanage and School on the site in 1860; wings were added to the building in 1866 and 1877. The settlement served as an important link in establishing rapport between the local Ottawa and Chippewa tribes and settlers arriving from the east.
  • The Canyon Falls Bridge is constructed of a two-hinged, girder-ribbed arch. The configuration of the bridge is highly simplified, with some minimal decoration on ancillary components. Guardrails have ornamental steel rails and balusters, and a decorative concrete pylon tops each arch pedestal. The appearance of the pylons and the profile of the arched ribs gives the bridge a distinctive Art Moderne look.
  • The MacLachlan Sanitarium is a stone facility built in 1908 by Dr. Charles H. MacLachlan, a proponent of "physiological therapeutics," a treatment of chronic diseases without the use of medication. It also served as a local hospital.
  • Daniel Striker was an early banker and politician, and in 1870 was elected as Michigan Secretary of State, a position he held for four years. He constructed this house in the 1880s; it was contemporaneously called "the handsomest residence in Hastings." He lived there until his death in 1898.
  • The Michigan Central Railroad Standish Depot is a Richardsonian Romanesque structure built using fieldstones gathered by local farmers. It served as a passenger depot until 1955, and is currently used as a welcome center along US 23.
  • Idlewild is a vacation and retirement community founded in 1912 for African-American residents. It was one of only a few resorts in the country where African-Americans were allowed to vacation and purchase property before this discrimination became illegal in 1964. At its peak it was the most popular resort in the Midwest and as many as 25,000 would come to Idlewild in the height of the summer season to enjoy camping, swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, roller skating and night-time entertainment. The second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of
  • The first Arenac Courthouse, dating from 1883, burned in 1889. The county built this second courthouse at the same site in 1890, but in 1892 a county-wide vote moved the county seat to Standish. This building became the Omer Masonic Hall until the Lodge move in 1997. It is now owned by the Arenac County Historical Society.
  • The US 31–Pentwater River Bridge is a three-span steel bridge with a total length of . The two anchor spans are long and cantilever over the piers to support the center span, of which is suspended.
  • Solomon S. Curry was the president of the Metropolitan Iron and Land Company, which began extensive mining in the Gogebic Range in the early 1880s. The iron mines in the area led to the establisheent of Ironwood, and Curry was one of the founding fathers of the city. After a devastating 1887 fire, Curry built this vernacular Queen Anne house for his own use.
  • Daniel F. Comstock began construction began on the Nisbett Building in 1885; after enclosing and partially completing the ambition project, Comstock went bankrupt. The building was eventually purchased and finished in 1900 by William Nisbett. In 2003, the Nisbett Building, along with the nearby Fairman Building, were refurbished into senior citizen housing, and are now known as the Nisbett-Fairman Residences.
  • Mills Community House was built in 1909 as 'Mills Cottage, the girl's dormitory and president's residence for Benzonia Academy. It is significant for its association with Bruce Catton , who lived there when his father was president. The Academy went defunct in 1918, and the building was turned into a community center with meeting spaces, a performance space, and housing for the library.
  • The Planter Road – Jackson Creek Bridge is a steel plate girder bridge; a variety of bridge that was commonly used in states such as Pennsylvania and New York, but is relatively rare in Michigan.
  • This building, also known as the Onaway Courthouse, was constructed in 1908 by Merritt Chandler in an effort to wrest the county seat away from Rogers City. Although he was unsuccessful, as a compromise county court sessions were alternated between Rogers City and Onaway until the 1940s. The building now houses a public library, Historical Museum, the Chamber of Commerce, and offices of the City of Onaway.
  • The Michigan State Highway Department developed standard plans for long-span concrete through girder bridges with arched girders on cantilevered brackets in 1921-22. An early version of this type of bridge was the 90 foot span, designated Bridge Number 750 02, built in 1923 for the Germfask crossing of the Manistique River.
  • George Hitchcock went into the logging business with his brother-in-law Edmund Hall. In 1871, they founded the village of Farwell. George Hitchcock and his wife Martha hired the Detroit firm of Mason & Rice to design this house; construction was completed in 1885.
  • The Cadillac Public Library, now the Wexford County Historical Society Museum, was constructed as a Carnegie Library in 1906 at a cost of $30,000.
  • This house was constructed between 1901 and 1902 by Austin H. Dwight and his wife Frankie. The house was significant both for its architecture and or the use of advanced engineering techniques, where timber trusses with iron tie rods were used to house a large public space in the first floor. It was demolished in 2005. After a period of vacancy, the house was remodeled and used as the Bay Pointe Restaurant. It was demolished in 2004 and a new Bay Pointe Inn erected at the site.
  • The bridge is significant as perhaps the earliest rigid-frame bridge built by the Michigan State Highway Department, and is the only example of a steel rigid-frame bridge in Michigan.
  • The Up Stream Put-In Site, also known as 20DK27, is an archaeological site; the location was a campsite and water access associated with both the Woodland period and historic Euro-American use.
  • Gogebic County was split from Ontonagon County in 1887. The county immediately started work on a courthouse, a rectangular Romanesque red sandstone building designed by the firm of Charlton and Kuenzli and constructed in 1888 for $50,000. The courthouse, built when Gogebic County was a booming mining area, and reflects the economic prosperity of the times and the enthusiasm of county residents at a time when Gogebic County was a newly created political entity.
  • The Henry Richardi House was originally built for Henry Richardi, a late 19th century lumber baron and industrialist, reportedly in in attempt to woo a young woman for a wife. It currently operates as the "Grand Victorian Bed and Breakfast."
  • The Cook Dam began generating electricity in December 1911, with an original capacity of 9,000 kilowatts. The electrical output was transmitted 125 miles to Flint at 140,000 volts, establishing a world record.
  • This house is a two-story structure with both Dutch Colonial Revival and Romanesque Revival elements. It was built for Carroll Sherman Jones, the son of Marcellus founder George Washington Jones, and his wife Bessie between 1898 and 1900 from a design by the Detroit architectural firm of Alan C. Varney.
  • The Alma Downtown Historic District contains 72 structures, primarily brick commercial buildings, ranging from one to three stories in height and dating from 1874 to the 1960s.
  • Mason District Number 5 Schoolhouse is a former two room rural schoolhouse built in 1874; the school could hold up to 110 students. The school operated until 1959, and the building was transformed into the Mason Township Hall in 1964.
  • The F.T. Barney was a schooner built in 1856. It sank in 1868 in a collision with anothre schooner; the wreck lay undiscovered until 1987. It is in 160 feet of water, and is one of the most complete of a schooner of its era.
  • Built in 1869, the Sturgeon Point Light Station is a lighthouse on Lake Huron in Alcona County near the city of Harrisville in northeastern Lower Peninsula. It was built to ward mariners off a reef that extends 1.5 miles lakeward from Sturgeon Point.
  • The Presque Island Lodge is a 10,000 square foot Rustic log structure, constructed in 1920. Currently operating as a bed and breakfast, it contains a large collection of original rustic log furniture.
  • The East Ward School was constructed in 1876 from plans by Bay City architect Oliver Hidden. It was unusual for its size and its elaborate brickwork. The school building has been replaced with a housing development and a preschool.
  • The Platte River Campground Site, designated 20BZ16, is an archaeological site located along the Platte River. It is significant as a largely intact record of Middle and Late Woodland period prehistoric life over a long span of time.
  • The main stone building in this complex was constructed in 1940 by William C. Houppert, after a fire destroyed the earlier building. Due to the fire, Houppert went bankrupt in 1943, but the site was operated as a winery by Warner Vineyards until the mid-1970s. It has been refurbished and now operated at the Lawton Heritage Community Center.
  • The Ironwood Memorial Building is a two-story Neoclassical structure, built to house the municipal offices of the city and as a recreational and social center. It also serves as a memorial for area men who served during the Civil War, Spanish-American War, and World War I, sontaining murals, statues, and stained glass windows honoring veterans.
  • Cobbs & Mitchell was among the largest lumbering firms in Michigan, at its high point, using 100,000 feet of raw lumber daily. In 1905, Cobbs & Mitchell hired George D. Mason of Detroit to design this brick and limestone building as a showplace for their products. The building is finished throughout using nine varieties of wood native to Michigan: elm, white maple, bird's-eye maple, sap birch, red birch, curly red birch, red beech, red oak and hemlock.
  • Croton Dam was built in 1907 under the direction of William D. Fargo by the Grand Rapids - Muskegon Power Company, a predecessor of Consumers Energy. The dam impounds 7.2 billion U.S. gallons of water in its reservoir and is capable of producing 8,850 kilowatts at peak outflow. The Croton Dam is one of the earliest examples of the use of hydraulic sluicing in construction east of the Mississippi River. The complex also includes the adjoining powerhouse.
  • The Ironwood Theatre opened in 1928, and featured first run films and vaudeville shows. It continued to show movies until 1982. In 1988, it was reopened as a non-profit cultural organization featuring a wide range of programming. The theatre houses a restored Barton Organ, one of only four still existing in playble condition.
  • The Ludington Light Station was established in 1871, but thefirst light was not lit until 1924. The light tower is structurally part of the reinforced concrete pier beneath it. The light was automated in 1972, and is still used.
  • The original Frankfort North Breakwater lighthouse was built in 1873; the current light was built in 1932 the end of what is now the northern concrete pier at the entrance to the harbor of Frankfort. The original pyramid style lighthouse was increased in size by placing it on top of a two-story addition.
  • The Stony Creek Bridge, built in 1880, is wrought iron pin-connected Queen post truss bridge It is the last example of a Queen post truss bridge extant in Michigan.
  • The Navigation Structures at Frankfort Harbor consist of a pair of piers and a pair of breakwaters. The piers, biult in 1867-73, have been substantially modified over time, including being significantly shortened after the 1932 completion of the breakwaters.
  • The Hanka Farm was occupied by members of the Hanka family, Finnish immigrants, from 1896 until 1966. The farm was originally homesteaded at a time of mass immigration from Finland to the United States, as well as a migration from the mining locations in the Upper Peninsula to more rural locations. The homestead is relatively intact and unaltered from its appearance in the 1920s.
  • The Boven Earthworks includes four enclosures, with an associated burial mound.
  • The Manistique Pumping Station was constructed in 1921/22, and was in use as a waterworks until 1954. The tower is notable for the architectural approach to the design of the fundamentally utilitarian structure. The exterior of the tower is octagonal, and the interior has 16 sides, strengthening the eight exterior corners that supported the weight of the water tank.
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  • This is a list of properties on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Michigan.This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 25, 2014.
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  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Michigan
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