Monroe Historic Locations

The following historic locations are located in Monroe, Michigan. Please select a historic place in Monroe to view detailed information including address information, historical signifiance, and much more.
Custer, George Armstrong, Equestrian Monument
Jct. of Elm Ave. and N. Monroe St.
Monroe, MI
Monument/Marker, Work Of Art (Sculpture, Carving, Rock Art)
East Elm-North Macomb Street Historic District
Roughly bounded by River Raisin, Lorain, Monroe and Macomb Sts.
Monroe, MI
Single Dwelling
Fix House
Sterling State Park
Monroe, MI
Single Dwelling
Loranger, Edward, House
7211 S. Stony Creek Rd.
Monroe, MI
Single Dwelling, Secondary Structure
McClelland, Gov. Robert, House
47 E. Elm St.
Monroe, MI
Single Dwelling
Navarre-Anderson Trading Post
W of Monroe at N. Custer (MI 130) and Raisinville Rds.
Monroe, MI
Business
New York Central River Raisin Railroad Bridge
Across River Raisin, E of Winchester St.
Monroe, MI
Rail-Related
Nims, Rudolph, House
206 W. Noble Ave.
Monroe, MI
Single Dwelling
Old Village Historic District
MI 50 and MI 125
Monroe, MI
Single Dwelling, Business
River Raisin Battlefield Site (20MR227)
Address Restricted
Monroe, MI
Battle Site
Sawyer House
320 E. Front St.
Monroe, MI
Single Dwelling
St. Mary's Academy Historic District
610 W. Elm Ave.
Monroe, MI
Church School
St. Mary's Church Complex Historic District
Elm Ave. and MI 125
Monroe, MI
Religious Structure, School, Church Related Residence
Weis Manufacturing Company
Union and 7th Sts.
Monroe, MI
Manufacturing Facility

 
 
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