Bridge School-Grape, Michigan
The building formerly used as a school, just south of the River Raisin is now used as a township hall. The address is 96 Ida-Maybee Road.
It is listed as the first public school in Michigan.
It sits at the intersection of Ida-Maybee and Dixon Roads.
Seitz Inn- Grape, Michigan
Grape is a small village on the north bank of the River Raisin. Once upon a time a German immigrant named Peter Seitz opened an in on the old stagecoach plank section of what is now North Custer Road.
Seitz must have been a practical man as his building still stands and is used as a private residence. There are no tours available, but just an exterior look at the house will give you mental pictures of activities mentioned on the link below.
The Maybee Township Hall is located off Bluebush Road at 9051 Raisin Street.
While Maybee appears to be a quaint farming community, it is touted as one of the best little towns in Michigan.
M. Gorman School Exeter Township
Maybee Township Hall, Maybee, MIichigan
The M. Gorman School sits behind the Exeter Township Hall off of Maybee Scofield Road near Jefferson Street.
The sign says that the school was built around 1860.