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Milford, Michigan


Milford, Michigan

Milford, Michigan

Picturesque Milford is located on the Huron River in western Oakland County, named after the township. It was originally settled by Levi Pettibone in 1827. A post office began in 1836 with Hibbard Tavern Aaron Phelps, pioneer settler and the first postmaster.

It eventually organized as a village in 1869. The waters of Pettibone Creek and the Huron River were the main attraction for people coming to the area, harnessing energy for sawmills and other facilities.

Today, Milford retains its original Victorian style architecture downtown while at the same developing as an upcoming suburban area to Detroit.

This town is known for celebrating winter with the production by local merchants of unique ice sculptures which can be seen along main street outside the shops.

Milford, Michigan     Milford, Michigan

Photos courtesy of: Ken Huisjen

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