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Heritage Alliance

Historical Societies

Name of Group
Phone/E-mail- Meetings Other Information

Anchor Bay Genealogy Society

50560 Patricia
Ave., Chesterfield MI 48051

(586) 598-4900


1st Thursday of month at 7 pm in the Chesterfield Township Public Library

Contact person Sue Archambault. Activities, speakers each meeting

Armada Area Historical Society

23350 Torrey Box 333

Armada, MI 48005

(586) 784-9074

Dorothy Heldt

7:30 PM First Wednesday of the month at the Armada Free Public Library.

Organized House Walk and two-mile county road clean-up.

Bath City Collectors

23294 Patterson

Clinton Twp., MI


(810)463-0494 Organized 1986- Disbanded 2002
Big Stone School Committee

52150 D.W. Seaton

New Baltimore, MI


No regular meetings. School has been transferred to the school district. School was restored.
Cady's Corner Questers

16908 Mayfield

Roseville, MI 48066

c/o Betty Jane Wogen



Chesterfield Township Historical Society

47275 Sugarbush

Chesterfield, MI 48047



(586) 749-3713

1st Tuesday of the month at the Chesterfield Senior Center

Recently added log cabin to historical village that contains Weller Schoolhouse. Establishing local archive at Chesterfield Twp. Public Library.

Clinton Township Historical Society, Greater Greater Clinton Township Historical Society
P.O. Box 381070
Clinton Twp., MI. 48038

Bi-monthly meetings on 2nd Monday at the Clinton-Macomb Public Library


Historical Village (Romeo Plank and Canal Roads) open during special events and by appointment. See website for details.

Clinton Township History: http://www.clintontwphistory.org/
Clinton and Kalamazoo Canal Society

Canal House

Clinton Twp.




Donald W. Green, President
Clinton Township Historical Commission

40700 Romeo Plank Rd.

Clinton Twp., MI 48038

(586)263-0168 or (586)286-9173




4th Monday of the Month, 7pm at Canal House

17900 Canal Road in Clinton Twp.

Crocker House Museum

(Macomb County Historical Society)

15 Union Street

Mt. Clemens, MI 48043



Kim Parr- Director


Features: Continuing exhibits of the Mount Clemens and Bath era

Authentically decorated period rooms

Collection of Franklin Harold Hayward Paintings and Lena Crocker Library

Guided Tours

Gift shop with historical publications


Open from March through December on Tuesday and Thursday from 10-4 p.m. and first Sunday of the month, 1-4 pm

Other times by appointment.


Home and Garden Walks

Garden Teas

Etiquette Classes...call for event schedules

East Detroit Historical Society

P.O. Box 110

Eastpointe, MI 48021

(586) 218-4875

suzannepixley@gmail.com .

2nd Thursday every other month. 5 times yearly at 7pm at Halfway School on 9 Mile west of Gratiot

Erin Twp. Records Project

Roseville Public Library

Transcription of records of Fraser, Roseville, St. Clair Shores, and East Detroit into a database and on microfilm.

Project is finished

Fox Questors

33444 Jefferson

St. Clair Shores, MI 48082
Members study antiques and collectibles
Fraser Historical Commission and Society

16330 14 Mile Rd.
Fraser, MI.


Lori Bargowski (586) 294-4980
Carol Martin (586) 293-5897

Marilyn Wright-(586) 293-7477

Linda Champion (586) 206-0191

Tours of Baumgarten House at Kelly and Masonic; cemetery walks, historical re-enactments
Friends of Octagon House 57500 Van Dyke P.O. Box 94118 Washington, MI 48094 Restoral of Octagon House
Greater Washington Area Historical Society 58230 Van Dyke    P.O. Box  94144 Washington MI 48094

Jim Holcomb 586-652-2458
Museum 586-786-5403
email: holcom1@flash.net

Annual arts, crafts, and country flea market, Boy Scout exhibit, freedom shrine, war and kitchen exhibits 50's display, Victorian Bedroom, Log Cabin
Great Water Questers 22023 Trombley St. Clair Shores, MI 48080 Members study antiques and collectibles
Harrison Twp. Historical Commission Karczewski, Linda 36175 Merilac Harrison Twp., MI. 48045

(586) 463-1754

Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Heritage Society of Harrison Township farmhouse@wowway.com Farmhouse restoration.
Historical Society of St. Clair Shores 22500 Eleven Mile Road
St. Clair Shores, MI. 48081
(586) 771-9020 (Mary Jacobs) Meetings are on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the Selinsky-Green Farmhouse Museum by the library.
Macomb County Historical Commission Macomb Co. Admin. Bldg. One S. Main Street Mt. Clemens, MI.  48043


3rd Thursday of the month, 9th Floor, Macomb Administration Bldg.,

Mt. Clemens. Meetings usually start at 7:45. Public invited.

Ray Glime - Chairperson

Alan Naldrett - Vice Chairman

Macomb County Genealogy Group Mount Clemens Public Library



Meets 3 times a month at the Mount Clemens Public Library: twice a month on Fridays from 1-3, and once a month on Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm.


Further information and the program schedule is on the Website. Website: www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mimcgg.

Macomb County Historical Society

(Includes Crocker House Museum)

Ross Champion, President

Kim Parr, Director of Crocker House Museum
586-465-2488 Publications regarding Macomb County History, special programs and events :ie: home tours, garden walks and garden teas.
Memphis Historical Society

Memphis Historical Society
P.O. Box 41056
Memphis, MI. 48041

810-305-0867 /


Meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of the month at 7 pm

Occasional home tours, calendar, antique pictures, family activities.
Christmas house tour, family activities


Michigan Transit Museum

P.O. Box 12

Mt. Clemens, MI. 48046
Gary Michaels, curator; e-mail:  mtm1973@juno.com   website: www.michigantransitmuseum.org   (586) 758-7471

Maintains Railroad Museum in the old Mt. Clemens Train Station.

Operates summer train rides.
Moravian Questers

42230 Utica Rd.

Sterling Hts.MI 48314
586-731-3568 Studies of antique buildings

Motor Cities Heritage Area

(Macomb Co. Stewards)

Macomb Co. Admin. Bldg.
One S. Main Street

Mt. Clemens, MI.  48043
Bob Tess-Chief Steward.  Part of NPS
Mt. Clemens Historical Commission 1 Crocker Blvd.
Mt. Clemens, MI. 48043

Meetings are the second Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m. at City Hall
Joan Foglyano-Chairperson (586) 465-1538

Annual Homes Tour
Historically Speaking newsletter
Historic Marker program
Collecting oral histories

New Baltimore Historical Society 51065 Washington
New Baltimore, MI. 48047

(586) 725-9256

3rd Thursday of the month at

1st Cong. Church

Monthly programs, Grand Pacific House Museum, History Fair
Packard Proving Ground Historical Site Van Dyke Ave.
between 22 and 23 Mile Road.
John Ottman-Site Director

Ray Township Historical Society P.O. Box 844 Washington Twp., MI. 48094-0844

(586) 784-9221
Website: www.rayhistory.org

Meetings are held on the third Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Ray Township Senior Center from September until May, excluding December.
Contact Person: Terry Goike at (586) 784-9221
Richmond Area Historical and Genealogical Society

P.O. Box 68

Richmond, MI.  48062


Log Cabin Day in June; the Strawberry Shortcake Festival in September (a part of Good Old Days); Historic Village at Bailey Park including a museum.

Romeo Historical Society

P.O. Box 412

Romeo, MI.  48065


Meets third Thursday of the month at the Romeo Arts & Archives Center, 290 N. Main Street, Romeo romeohistoricalsociety@yahoo.com

Romeo Arts & Archives Center Bancroft-Stranahan Museum, 132 Church St. Romeo: 1868 late Greek Revival building

Clyde Craig Blacksmith Museum, 301 N. Bailey Romeo: circa 1882, Greek Revival building. For tours, please call (586) 752-4111
Romeo Indian Village Questers

264 N. Main Street

Romeo, Michigan 48065
Roseville Historical & Genealogical Society

29777 Gratiot Avenue

Roseville, MI.  48066


Annual picnic, croquet tournament, monthly programs, Erin Twp. Records Project, Oral History Project, House Plaques
Meets in Erin Auditorium at Roseville Public Library every 3rd Tuesday

Administers Michigan History Room in Roseville Public Library
Save Our Depot

George Drake

New Haven, MI. 48048


3rd Thursday of month
Restoral of train depot
St. Clair Shores Genealogy Group 22500 Eleven Mile Road, St. Clair Shores MI 48081

(586) 771-9020


Meets the 4th Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm in the Local History Center Reading Room at the St. Clair Shores Library with the following exceptions: July, August, November & December.

Contact person: Cindy Bieniek
St. Clair Shores Historical Commission

22500 Eleven Mile Road

St. Clair Shores, MI 48081-1399


1st Tuesday of the month at Museum.
Selinsky/Green Farmhouse Museum- Curator Mickey Burnhart
Selfridge Military Air Museum

Selfridge ANG Base

M-59 and Jefferson
(586) 463-1863

Air Museum with indoor and outdoor exhibits including planes, photos, scale models, and more
Open April thru October on Tuesdays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm and on Sundays, Memorial Day,Independence Day, and every Saturday in October from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Admission is free but a $3.00 donation is requested from guests over 12 years of age
Selinsky-Green Farmhouse Museum 22500 Eleven Mile Road
St. Clair Shores, MI. 48081
(586) 771-9020
Open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m. from September to May and just Wednesdays from 1 to 4 p.m. from June to August. Curator is Mary Stachowiak.
Shelby Twp. Historical Committee

52700 Van Dyke

Shelby Twp., MI.  48316


2nd Thursday of the month

Andrews School House open house during Shelby Twp. Art Fair; also visits with Santa at school

Restoration of Hope United Methodist Church
Sterling Heights Historical Commission

Upton House
40433 Dodge Park Road.

Sterling Hts., MI.  48313


Upton House Historical Collection
Utica Heritage Association

5595 Woodmire

Shelby Twp.MI 48316
Warren Historical and Genealogical Society

32757 McConnell
P.O. Box 1773

Warren, MI.  48090-1773



Bunert School Museum-Bunert, south of Martin at the south end of Tower High School
Open Sundays 1-4 pm

Historic District of Warren has own commission


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