Four Great Adventures in the Blue Water Area
The Carnegie Library became the Port Huron Museum of Arts and History’s Carnegie Center and opened its doors on May 3, 1968.
The HURON was the last lightship on the Great Lakes when it was retired from active service in 1970.
In 1971, the Michigan Historical Commission named the Fort Gratiot Light a Historical Site.
Thomas Edison worked from 1859 to 1863 as a “news butcher” here, pedaling newspapers and candy to passengers riding the train
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The Port Huron Museum celebrates the history and culture of the Blue Water Area and fosters an appreciation of other peoples and places. Through exhibitions, education, and public programs, the Museum inspires knowledge of the past, participation in the present, and an imagination for the future.
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