White Pigeon Michigan

About White Pigeon

Content updated April 2016
  • Incorporated in 1837
  • The White Pigeon River flows through the south end of town, emptying into the St. Joseph River
  • Estimated population: 1522
  • Approximately 1.41 square miles
  • Downtown White Pigeon boasts a historic building listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the United States Land Office, which is the oldest surviving U.S. Land office in the state of Michigan. Out of this office the U.S. government sold land in Michigan for $1.25 an acre in the 1830s to settlers of Western Michigan.(source: www.wikipedia.org)

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