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Caswell House

In colonial America, Georgian architecture was associated with Roman republican values, while Greek revival styles symbolized the democracies of...

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Gazebo

The gazebo, built in 1979 quickly became a focal point for ceremonies, musical performances, and program activities in the...

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General Store

Edward Peck built his original general store in 1832 on the northeast corner of Livernois at Square Lake Road....

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Log Cabin

Troy historic village Provides a memorable and interactive museum experience for visitors of all ages. A pioneer’s first shelter was...

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Main Building

Troy historic village Provides a memorable and  interactive museum experience for visitors of all ages. Township Supervisor and history...

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Niles Barnard House

The original 1 ½ story home was built by pioneer Johnson Niles’ family in 1837 on land that is...

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Old Troy Church

In 1827, a handful of pioneers attended classes and services led by Elder Warren, a travelling Episcopal minister. They...

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Parsonage

If you have traveled rural America you have seen farmhouses that look like this. The steep gables, cruciform shape,...

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Poppleton School

This brick schoolhouse stood at the intersection of Big Beaver and Crooks Roads. In 1877 those roads were muddy...

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Print Shop

The American landscape is dotted with thousands of small workshops that boast function rather than style. For many years,...

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Troy Town Hall

The 1848 Town Hall and this Civil War-era one-room school were nearly identical in size and appearance. The actual...

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Wagon Shop

During the 1800s blacksmith shops were as common and as important as gas stations are today. This simple board...

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