National Register of Historic Places listings in Emmet County, Michigan

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Emmet County, Michigan.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Emmet County, Michigan, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.[1]

There are 52 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 3 National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 13, 2019.[2]

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 J. B. Allen House September 10, 1986
(#86001973)
822 Grove St.
45°22′14″N 84°56′51″W
Petoskey
2 Isaac Bartram House September 10, 1986
(#86001975)
508 Wachtel Ave.
45°22′23″N 84°57′46″W
Petoskey
3 Bay View March 16, 1972
(#72000613)
Northeast of Petoskey on US  31
45°22′57″N 84°55′56″W
Petoskey Established in 1876 as a Methodist camp meeting, this romantically-planned campground was converted to an independent chautauqua in 1885, a role it served until 1915. These two uniquely American community forms are exemplified in this extensive and well-preserved complex.
4 Chief Andrew J. Blackbird House April 14, 1972
(#72000611)
368 E. Main St.
45°25′49″N 84°59′05″W
Harbor Springs The Chief Andrew J. Blackbird House, also known as the Andrew J. Blackbird Museum, was built as the home of Chief Andrew Blackbird, an Odawa (Ottawa) tribe leader, historian, and proponent of Indian civil rights. The house currently operates as a museum of American Indian artifacts.
5 W. S. Carmichael House September 10, 1986
(#86001977)
301 Jackson St.
45°22′16″N 84°57′50″W
Petoskey
6 Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Station October 15, 1970
(#70000270)
Pioneer Park, W. Lake St.
45°22′31″N 84°57′33″W
Petoskey Also known as the Chicago & West Michigan Railway Station; now used as the Little Traverse History Museum
7 I. N. Debenham House September 10, 1986
(#86001979)
1101 Emmet St.
45°22′00″N 84°57′31″W
Petoskey
8 James and Jean Douglas House May 3, 2016
(#16000232)
3490 S. Lake Shore Dr.
45°30′04″N 85°05′51″W
Friendship Township Designed by renowned architect Richard Meier, this Modern house sits on a steep lot overlooking Lake Michigan.
9 East Mitchell Street Historic District November 12, 1986
(#86001983)
Roughly bounded by Rose, Kalamazoo, State, Howard, Michigan, and Division
45°22′24″N 84°56′59″W
Petoskey The East Mitchell Street Historic District is a residential districts occupying 31 blocks. It contains 294 residential properties, predominantly frame structures, 1 12 to 2 12 stories high. Architectural styles include Victorian, Queen Anne, Shingle style, Colonial Revival, Radford-type, Bungalow, and other period designs, dating from the late 1800s through the 1930s.
10 Gerhard Fochtman House September 10, 1986
(#86001998)
1004 Waukazoo Ave.
45°22′07″N 84°57′12″W
Petoskey
11 Fort Michilimackinac October 15, 1966
(#66000395)
Near Mackinac Bridge at the southern end of the Mackinac Bridge
45°47′12″N 84°43′58″W
Mackinaw City Fort Michilimackinac was an 18th-century French, and later British, fort and trading post. Built around 1715, and abandoned in 1783, it is preserved as an open-air historical museum, with several reconstructed wooden buildings and palisade.
12 Fourth Ward Polling Place September 10, 1986
(#86002001)
209 Washington St.
45°22′06″N 84°57′29″W
Petoskey Does not exist
13 Meyer Fryman House September 10, 1986
(#86002002)
211 Michigan St.
45°22′23″N 84°57′29″W
Petoskey
14 Grace Methodist Episcopal Church September 10, 1986
(#86002012)
625 Connable St.
45°22′15″N 84°58′08″W
Petoskey The Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, constructed between 1903 and 1908, is a single-story frame church building with a gabled roof.
15 Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad Harbor Springs Depot December 7, 2000
(#00001487)
111 W. Bay St.
45°25′43″N 84°59′22″W
Harbor Springs
16 Grays Reef Light Station November 9, 2005
(#05001210)
In northeastern Lake Michigan, 3.8 mi (6.1 km) west of Waugashance Island
45°46′00″N 85°09′12″W
Bliss Township The Grays Reef Light was constructed in 1936 to warn shipping away from the shoals at Waugoshance Point.
17 Ernest Hemingway Cottage November 24, 1968
(#68000026)
6502 Lake Grove Rd.
45°16′50″N 85°00′04″W
Petoskey Boyhood summer home of author Ernest Hemingway. His father built the house in 1900 when Hemingway was a year old and it was here the future writer learned to hunt and fish and appreciate the outdoor life he came to celebrate in his writings.
18 Bert and John Hobbins House September 10, 1986
(#86002013)
1024 Emmet St.
45°22′03″N 84°57′33″W
Petoskey
19 Hosman and Wheeler Meat Market September 10, 1986
(#86002015)
621 Ingalls Ave.
45°22′14″N 84°57′56″W
Petoskey
20 John Kabler House September 10, 1986
(#86002017)
415 Jackson St.
45°22′17″N 84°58′01″W
Petoskey
21 Frank Lesher House September 10, 1986
(#86002018)
122 Sheridan St.
45°21′54″N 84°57′36″W
Petoskey
22 A. Malin House September 10, 1986
(#86002020)
54 Bridge St.
45°22′07″N 84°57′46″W
Petoskey
23 George and Eugene Markle House September 10, 1986
(#86002023)
701 Kalamazoo St.
45°22′14″N 84°56′43″W
Petoskey
24 George McManus House September 10, 1986
(#86002026)
121 State St.
45°22′19″N 84°57′33″W
Petoskey
25 Elias Meyers House September 10, 1986
(#86002030)
912 Baxter St.
45°22′08″N 84°57′39″W
Petoskey
26 Jacob Miller House September 10, 1986
(#86002031)
307 Jackson St.
45°22′16″N 84°57′51″W
Petoskey
27 Mineral Well Park March 25, 1987
(#86002036)
W. Lake St.
45°22′31″N 84°57′37″W
Petoskey
28 John Nyman House September 10, 1986
(#86002039)
915 Emmet St.
45°22′07″N 84°57′31″W
Petoskey
29 G. W. Olin House September 10, 1986
(#86002042)
610 Kalamazoo St.
45°22′17″N 84°56′44″W
Petoskey
30 Sarah Pennington House September 10, 1986
(#86002045)
719 Maple St.
45°22′09″N 84°58′07″W
Petoskey
31 Petoskey Downtown Historic District November 12, 1986
(#86002048)
Roughly bounded by Rose, Division, Michigan, and Petoskey
45°22′30″N 84°57′19″W
Petoskey The Petoskey Downtown Historic District consists of 102 commercial properties and two institutional structures, located along 10 blocks in Petoskey's business district, primarily along East Mitchell and Howard streets. The contributing structures range in date from 1879 to the 1920s.
32 Petoskey Grocery Company Building September 10, 1986
(#86002051)
616 Petoskey St.
45°22′16″N 84°57′27″W
Petoskey Also known as the George T. Zipp Lumber Company Building, this commercial building is a three-story brick Queen Anne commercial structure built on a trapezoidal plan. It is now the Emmet County Professional Office Building
33 Petoskey Public Works Utility Building September 13, 1986
(#86002056)
106 W. Lake St.
45°22′31″N 84°57′39″W
Petoskey The Petoskey Public Works Utility Building is a two-story concrete Moderne structure. The exterior walls are grooved, referencing the fluting seen in classical piers.
34 Ponshewaing Point Site May 5, 1972
(#72001473)
Ponshewaing Point[6]
45°25′00″N 84°48′00″W
Ponshewaing The Ponshewaing Point Site (designated 20EM18) is an archaeological site located on Ponshewaing Point in Crooked Lake. The site was in use approximately AD 800 - 1500, covering several Middle and Late Woodland period occupations.
35 Phillip Rehkopf House September 10, 1986
(#86002069)
918 Howard St.
45°22′06″N 84°57′21″W
Petoskey
36 Saint Ignatius Church and Cemetery January 31, 2007
(#06001328)
101 N. Lamkin Rd.
45°33′06″N 85°06′56″W
Readmond Township The area around this church has been an Odawa village (formerly known as Wa-Ga-Nak-A-Sa or Middle Village) since at least the 1700s. In 1741, a Roman Catholic chapel was established at this location in a bark longhouse. The first structure was replaced by a more substantial version, dedicated by Father Frederic Baraga, in 1833. That church was destroyed by fire on Easter Sunday, April 21, 1889, and this church was constructed to replace it. Adjacent to the church is the Middle Village Cemetery, which contains rows of white crosses marking gravesites.
37 George Schantz House and Store September 10, 1986
(#86002072)
534 Wachtel Ave.
45°22′19″N 84°57′47″W
Petoskey
38 Frank Schapler House September 10, 1986
(#86002074)
106 E. Lake St.
45°22′30″N 84°57′39″W
Petoskey
39 Seventh Day Adventist Church September 10, 1986
(#86002077)
224 Michigan St.
45°22′21″N 84°57′26″W
Petoskey The old Seventh Day Adventist Church is a two-story frame Queen Anne structure with a front-gable roof and an entrance tower at one end topped with an onion-like dome. It was originally built in 1891 as a Seventh-day Adventist church, and was later sold to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
40 Shafer's Grocery and Residence September 10, 1986
(#86002079)
1018 Emmet St.
45°22′04″N 84°57′33″W
Petoskey Shafer's Grocery and Residence consists of two attached structures: a single-story frame commercial store, and an attached is a two-story gabled residence with a front porch running the full width of the house.
41 Shay Complex November 7, 1972
(#72000612)
Main and Judd Sts.
45°25′49″N 84°59′02″W
Harbor Springs Originally a complex of three buildings constructed by Ephraim Shay, only on structure, the house, remains. The house is unique in its hexagon shape and all-metal construction.
42 Skillagalee Light Station July 19, 1984
(#84001389)
Southwest of Waugoshance Island
45°40′35″N 85°10′18″W
Cross Village More commonly known as the Ile Aux Galets Light, the Skillagalee Light warns shipping away from the shoals at Waugoshance Point. A light was first constructed here in 1851; the current structure dates from 1888.
43 St. Francis Solanus Mission March 16, 1972
(#72000614)
475 W. Lake St.
45°22′32″N 84°58′03″W
Petoskey St. Francis Solanus Mission is a historic mission on W. Lake Street in Petoskey, Michigan. It is the only existing building in the Arbre Croche district dating from the time of Bishop Frederic Baraga, and is the oldest building still standing in Petoskey, as well as one of the oldest in northern lower Michigan.
44 Stout House September 10, 1986
(#86002080)
606 Grove St.
45°22′14″N 84°57′05″W
Petoskey
45 Trinity Evangelical Church September 10, 1986
(#86002082)
219 State St.
45°22′14″N 84°57′21″W
Petoskey The Trinity Evangelical Church is a 2-1/2 story Classical Revival brick structure with a single story polygonal entrance and a gable roof. The Trinity Evangelical congregation constructed this church in 1929. As of 2017, the building houses the New Life Anglican Church.
46 Jacob VanZolenburg House September 10, 1986
(#86002083)
203 State St.
45°22′20″N 84°57′32″W
Petoskey
47 Waugoshance Light Station August 4, 1983
(#83000841)
Northwest of Waugoshance Island
45°46′30″N 85°05′19″W
Waugoshance Island The Waugoshance Light was constructed in 1851 to warn shipping away from the shoals at Waugoshance Point. The light was deactivated in 1912, and has bee abandoned since.
48 J. M. Wells House September 10, 1986
(#86002084)
203 W. Lake St.
45°22′29″N 84°57′45″W
Petoskey
49 West Mitchell Street Bridge September 10, 1986
(#86002085)
W. Mitchell St. at Bear River
45°22′26″N 84°57′39″W
Petoskey The West Mitchell Street Bridge is a seven-span Moderne highway bridge, constructed of reinforced concrete, with broad ogee arches supporting each span.
50 White Shoal Light Station July 19, 1984
(#84001391)
Northwest of Waugashance Island
45°50′32″N 85°08′07″W
Mackinaw City The White Shoal Light was constructed in 1912 to warn shipping away from the shoals at Waugoshance Point.
51 Wycamp Creek Site March 11, 1971
(#71001022)
Address Restricted
45°39′08″N 85°00′10″W
Levering The Wycamp Creek Site (designated 20EM4) is an archaeological site located in a small dune field near Lake Michigan, on a Nipissing terrace near Wycamp Creek. It is likely this site was occupied more or less continuously throughout the Late Middle and Late Woodland period.
52 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church September 10, 1986
(#86002086)
812 Petoskey St.
45°22′11″N 84°57′27″W
Petoskey The Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church is a one-story Late Victorian frame structure. It was erected 1892 for the Zion Evangelical Church congregation, who used the church until 1949. In 1951, the Petoskey Mennonite Church purchased the building; they used the building until 2015. As of 2017, the building is used by the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Petoskey as their 'Chapel of Our Guardian Angels.

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References

  1. The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 13, 2019.
  3. Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. The NRIS gives the location of the Ponshewaing Point Site as "address restricted, but references (Richard Foster Flint; J Gordon Ogden III; Irving Rouse; Minze Stuiver, eds. (1974), Radiocarbon, 16) give the location. Geocoordinates are approximate.
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