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Dorr E. Felt Mansion – Saugatuck

Inventor and millionaire Dorr E. Felt built the Felt Mansion in 1928. This “summer home” was to be a gift for his wife, Agnes, and was affectionately dubbed “Agnes’s House.” Sadly, she passed away in her new bedroom only three weeks after the mansion was completed. Dorr remarried, but his new wife refused to spend any time in the home. …

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Lake Forest Cemetery Ferry Hill – Grand Haven 

On the top of Ferry Hill in Lake Forest Cemetery rests one of the founding fathers of Grand Haven. Rev. William M. Ferry was born in 1796 and was the first Protestant missionary to work with the American Indians. Together, he and his wife founded an Indian Mission on Mackinac Island in 1822. In 1834, their “calling” took them further …

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Grand Rapids Home For Veterans – Grand Rapids 

The Grand Rapids Home for Veterans (a.k.a. Michigan Soldiers’ Home) was built soon after the Civil War. While no battles were fought in Michigan during this war, an estimated 90,000 men from the Great Lakes State enlisted to fight for the Union. More than 15,000 of them never came home. The Michigan Soldier’s Home was created for the wounded and …

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