National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Eaton County, Michigan
The following is a list of Registered Historic Places in Eaton County, Michigan.
- This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 26, 2013.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|9622nd Army Air Corps Reserve Recovery Unit-Civil Air Patrol Quonset Huts||01991-08-16August 16, 1991||16601 Airport Rd.
|Bellevue Mill||01975-03-04March 4, 1975||Western bank of Battle Creek on Riverside St.
|Eaton County Courthouse||01971-04-02April 2, 1971||W. Lawrence Ave. at Cochran and Bostwick Sts.; also 100 W. Lawrence and 120 N. Bostwick
||Charlotte||Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of 01993-08-02August 2, 1993|
|First Congregational Church||01971-09-03September 3, 1971||341 S. Main St.
|First Congregational Church||01993-08-26August 26, 1993||106 S. Bostwick St.
|Grand Ledge Chair Company Plant||01987-11-03November 3, 1987||101 Perry St.
|Hance House||01972-08-21August 21, 1972||217 Yale St.
|Island City Historic District||02012-08-28August 28, 2012||N. & S. Main, E. & W. Hamlin, E. & W. Knight, King, Hall, & Spicer Sts.
||Eaton Rapids vicinity|
|Michigan Central Railroad Charlotte Depot||02000-03-15March 15, 2000||430 N. Cochran Ave.
|Powers Highway-Battle Creek Bridge||02000-01-07January 7, 2000||Powers Highway over Battle Creek
|Residential Drive-Townline Brook Bridge||02000-01-07January 7, 2000||Residential Drive over Townline Bridge
|Isaac N. Reynolds House||01974-07-18July 18, 1974||123 N. East St.
|River Ledge Historic District||01987-09-24September 24, 1987||Jefferson, Scott, and Lincoln Sts. between Franklin and Maple Sts.
|Sunfield Grand Army of the Republic Post No. 283 Hall||01992-10-29October 29, 1992||115 Main St.
|Vermontville Chapel and Academy||01972-08-07August 7, 1972||N. Main St.
|Vermontville Opera House||01993-07-14July 14, 1993||120 E. 1st St. and 219 S. Main St.
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