George W. Lee House

George W. Lee House

This c. 1846 Greek Revival house, among Howell's oldest, was the home to prominent citizen George W. Lee (1812-1882). Lee moved from New York State to Michigan in 1836. A bussinessman and public servant, Lee helped establish the Republican Party in 1854 and started the county's first newspaper, the Livingston Republican, in 1855. We was appointed quartermaster for Michigan during the Civil War,and later served as Indian Agent for the State.
photo of George W. Lee House

Registered Site L2178
Erected 2007

Location: 404 S. Walnut St.
Howell, Livingston County

Topics:
Civil War
Historic Homes

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Latitude: 42.604589243, Longitude: -83.93239259

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