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Where do you think you are?

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Ypsilanti Historical Society
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Bits & Pieces of Ypsilanti History from the Fletcher-White Archives of the Ypsilanti Historical Society From an 1890 panorama view looking north-east: Congress Street is now Michigan Avenue and that's Riverside Park in the upper left corner, so this is basically the site of today's still-waiting-to-be-developed Water Street project. The four-story building on the east bank of the Huron River (#45) was the mill owned by John Gilbert at one time.

See page 25 for Janice Anscheutz's initial installment on Ypsilanti's famed Gilbert family.