Great News! The 1914 Capac Grand Trunk Depot
to get a
Michigan Historical Marker!
From the Michigan Historical Commission: “A synopsis of your marker application was presented to the Michigan Historical Commission at their June 10 meeting. They agreed that the site has historical significance and qualifies for a Michigan Historical Marker.”
Fundraising has begun for the Historic Marker.
The Capac Historical Society Members
wish to thank the following people and businesses for their generous contribution for the
Capac Depot Michigan Historical Marker
Dr. Robert Charles Glapinski DO
Select Accounting and Tax Service
Your tax deductible donations for are graciously appreciated.
CAPAC HISTORICAL SOCIETY EVENTS
November 10, @ 1pm Capac Historical Society Museum Board Meeting
November 19, @ 6pm It’s a Potluck Thanksgiving Feast!
December 5, @ 10am to 3pm Cranberry Christmas Craft Show!
December 8, @ 1pm Capac Historical Society Museum Board Meeting
Collecting And Preserving Area Chronicles
Open Monday thru Friday 12pm to 3pm. Sunday 1-4pm.
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Capac Historical Society Museum Mission:
- Provide a meeting place for those people interested in local history.
- Publicly promote knowledge of the history of the Capac Community.
- Promote appreciation of the history of the Capac Community.
- Procure articles deemed worthy of preservation.
- Provide safe storage and display of these articles.
Address:401 East Kempf, Capac Michigan, 48014
Please leave a message, we will return your call as quickly as possible.
Visit the Capac Historical Society Museum Publications Page
In the News – Tri-City Times November 6, 2014
Great Article by Doug Hunter about Albert Glassford and the Capac American Leigon Post
1957 Capac Centennial DVD – Cost $10 EACH
Available for purchase at The Capac Historical Society Museum
Capac’s oldest telephone book from 1938 is now available online!
One of the Capac Historical Society Museum’s Treasures has been scanned and is available for your family research and enjoyment! The 1938 Your Town Telephone Book includes advertisements for local businesses, church photos, names, addresses and even lists the housewife’s name! You can even check out the Awesome Fire Alarm Code! Go ahead ~ take a peek inside! Leave a comment below if you like it!
Capac Museum 1938 Phone Book
CHSM has listed some great links for St. Clair County history and genealogy research. Just clink on any of the highlighted links. If we have been a help to you feel free to leave us a comment.
1859 Map of Mussey Township
1859 Historic Map of Shelby.
Beautiful drawings of buildings,
homes and township maps in
St. Clair and Macomb County.
Brief History of Mussey Township
Formed from Berlin Township
February 10, 1855.
1860 Census of Mussey Township Alphabetized
1860 Census Mussey Township
1894 Michigan Census for St. Clair County – Listed by Townships
1894 St. Clair County Census
St. Clair County Marriages
St. Clair County, Michigan Marriages 1857-1866 Book 2
St. Clair County, Michigan Marriages 1843-1893 Book 3
St. Clair County, Michigan Marriages 1887-1898 Book 4, Volume 2
Capac Historical Society Cemetery Records
Mussey, Berlin and Lynn Township
Capac Area Cemetery Records
St. Clair County Tombstone Transcription Project
GENDIS Michigan Death Records 1867 – 1897
Death Records from 1897 – 1920 http://seekingmichigan.org/discover-collection?collection=p129401coll7
Brief History of
Emmett Township Michigan
Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
Farm Boy Norvell Churchill
Saves General Custer
Civil War Soldiers Mussey Township
1890 Civil War Veterans Census for Mussey Township