National Register of Historic Places in Michigan

National Register Of Historic Places In Michigan

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 May 31, 2013.

Read more about National Register Of Historic Places In Michigan:  Current Listings By County, Alcona County, Alpena County, Antrim County, Arenac County, Baraga County, Barry County, Benzie County, Cass County, Clare County, Clinton County, Crawford County, Dickinson County, Gladwin County, Gogebic County, Gratiot County, Hillsdale County, Iosco County, Isabella County, Kalkaska County, Lake County, Luce County, Mason County, Mecosta County, Missaukee County, Montcalm County, Montmorency County, Newaygo County, Oceana County, Ogemaw County, Ontonagon County, Osceola County, Oscoda County, Otsego County, Presque Isle County, Roscommon County, Schoolcraft County, Van Buren County, Wexford County, See Also

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