Meridian Historical Village

Meridian Historical Village

www.meridianhistoricalvillage.org
Okemos, MI / Meridian Historical Village is located in Central Park in Okemos, MI and contains 19th century historic buildings relocated from other locations.
Meridian Historical Village
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Proctor Tollgate

The Tollgate House, Meridian Historical Village, Okemos, MI

The Unruh Barn

The Unruh Barn, Meridian Historical Village, Okemos.

The Randall Schoolhouse

The Randall Schoolhouse, meridian historical village

Meridian Historical Village​Operated by the Friends of Historic Meridian - Home

Meridian Historical Village​Operated by the Friends of Historic Meridian - Home

Don't miss our July 17, 2016 presentation in the Village Chapel. Mike Cox as Senator Zachariah Chandler! For information and tickets, please visit http:///www.meridianhistoricalvillage.org

Don't miss our July 17, 2016 presentation in the Village Chapel. Mike Cox as Senator Zachariah Chandler! For information and tickets, please visit http:///www.meridianhistoricalvillage.org

Michigan was the first state to plow it's roads and the first to adopt a yellow dividing line. eDidYouKnow.com

Go, Michigan! Now if they could just come up with something to replace road salt that didn't cause cars to rust.

http://edidyouknow.com/did-you-know-190/ The state with the longest coastline in the US is Michigan.

3 of the 5 Great Lakes form most of the coastline. A small portion of Lake Erie is in Southeast "corner" of the state, but most of it connects to Ohio. Lake Ontario is not connected to Michigan at all, but still one of the Great Lakes.

On January 26, 1837, Michigan was admitted as the 26th state in the Union. The name Michigan is a form of the Ojibwa word "mishigamaa," meaning "large water" or "large lake." There are 64,980 inland lakes & ponds scattered throughout the state. A person in MI is never more than 6miles from a natural water source or more than 85miles from a Great Lakes shoreline! The map is a travel map from 1839, around the time of statehood. Click it to browse more digital delights at seekingmichigan.org

This is the popular Tourist's Pocket Map of Michigan. The original is x and was produced by Augustus Mitchell in 1836 and Th.