2012 : How Did Michigan Cities Get Their Names?

When:
July 9, 2018 all-day
2018-07-09T00:00:00-04:00
2018-07-10T00:00:00-04:00

Pure Michigan provides a series of web pages describing How Michigan Cities Received Their Names…

Part 1 with information on Detroit, Mackinac Island, Traverse City, Luddington, and Grand Rapids.

Part 2 with information on Lansing, Ann Arbor, Petoskey, Bad Axe, and Sault Sainte Marie.

Part 3 with information on Kalamazoo, Grosse Pointe, Frankenmuth, Albion, and Muskegon.

Part 4 with information on Battle Creek, Royal Oak, Flint, Hell, and Christmas.

Part 5 with information on Marquette, Livonia, Saginaw, Temperance, and Cadillac.

Part 6 with information on Rochester, Harbor Springs, Flushing, Birmingham, and Jackson.

Part 7 with information on Holland, Pigeon, Ypsilanti, Munising, and Gaylord.

Part 8 with information about Escanaba, Benton Harbor, Hamtramck, Fenton, and Omer.

Part 9 with information about Bay City, Menominee, Pontiac, Rockford, and Marysville

Part 10 with information on Charlotte, Sparta, Alpena, Frankfort, and Clarkston.

Part 11 with information on Lake Odessa, Grand Haven, St. Joseph, Mount Clemens, and Imlay City.

Part 12 with information on Hillsdale, Fowlerville, Reed City, Monroe, and St. Ignace.

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