Moments in Time -
The Mary Jackson Teas Cookbook is available at the Museum and a new set of update pages will be available at the Spring Tea, which is planned for April 26. To read more about the tea click here.
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Member Contributed Content -
Find out about the Michigan Law on tax credits for historic preservation projects
The new Historic Preservation Certification Application to qualify for state historic preservation tax credits is now available at
The Milford Historical Society now offers help with Genealogy research. Email: email@example.com to get in touch with our researchers.
Discover your family's story.
Start with your name.
The Milford Historical Society, along with the Milford Library and historical groups and libraries from Highland Township, White Lake Township and Commence Township recently joined forces to create a group called the Huron Valley History Initiative. That group submitted a grant request to the the Clarke Historical Library. The Clarke Historical Library offers an annual award valued at $2,500 to create online access to a Michigan newspaper. The project is funded through the Robert and Susan Clarke Endowment, housed in the Clarke Historical Library of Central Michigan University.
Click here for as special write up that was submitted to the grant contest to explain why these issues of the Milford Times are historically important.
April 16th Potluck Mary Lou and Main Street -
This is a Meeting you will want to attend for sure. Come listen to the stories of theMain Street Brat!
Pot Luck Assignments -
April 25 Spring Tea at the Mary Jackson House -
enjoyable afternoon with family and friends at the annual Spring Tea at the Mary Jackson House. Volunteers are busy planning a traditional Victorian Tea
including a fashion Show Guests can choose to attend either an 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. sitting or the 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Sitting.
Tickets are $25.00 and can be purchased at Acorn Farm or Main Street Art.
One of the earliest newspapers in the State of Michigan, the Milford Times was the premiere newspaper in the Huron Valley area. The newspaper is still in publication and has always included news from Milford, Michigan, and many of the surrounding communities, including Highland Township, Commerce Townhip, White Lake Township, Hartland, Hickory Ridge, Wixom, Clyde, Walled Lake, Novi, and New Hudson. Now the obituaries from 1929 through 1949 have been indexed and made available online. The index is available at .
The late Bill Schimmel’s book on the life and family of Jacob Tipsico, a local Chippewa for whom Tipsico Lake was named will be on sale at the Museum. To read more about Bill and his work to create the book, click here.