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Eaton County, Michigan

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Eaton County was formed in 1837 from open territory. It was named after John H. Eaton, an American Secretary of War. The county is one of the so-called Cabinet counties because it was named after a member of the cabinet of US President Andrew Jackson.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Villages

  • Bellevue
  • Charlotte (County Seat)
  • Dimondale
  • Eaton Rapids
  • Grand Ledge
  • Lansing (part)
  • Mulliken
  • Olivet
  • Potterville
  • Sunfield
  • Vermontville

Other Communities & Townships: Ainger (prev. Thurman), Benton, Bismark, Brookfield, Canada Settlement, Carlisle (prev. Hyde's Mills), Carmel, Charlesworth, Chester, Clinton Junction, Delta, Delta Center, Delta Mills (prev. Grand River City), Delwood, East Walton, Eaton, Elmira, Five Points Corner, Gresham, Hamlin, Hoytville, Kalamo, Kelly, Kingsland, Little Venice, Millett (prev. Millett's Station), Moore's Station, Needmore, Oneida, Oneida Center, Packard, Petrieville, Roxand, Shaytown, Stalls Corner, Walton (prev. East Bellevue), Waverly, West Benton, West Windsor, Windsor and Woodbury

Links

Wikipedia

Bellevue Grist Mill

Eaton County Courthouse

Grand Ledge Chair Co. Plant

Powers Hwy-Battle Creek Bridge

Townline Brook Bridge

The Isaac N. Reynolds House

Sunfield G.A.R. Hall

Vermontville Chapel & Academy

Vermontville Opera House