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Clinton County has a rich and diverse history that needs to be preserved for generations to come.

2013 marks this Museum’s 35th year as a repository for artifacts that portray life of over one hundred years ago. The items and information amassed at PGS represent a significant legacy.

The need to reveal the past to young people in our community is pivotal. Without historical preservation and education, we have no roots to draw from to understand our future.

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  1. Patsy Warner Baker permalink
    March 9, 2015 5:08 pm

    Good Afternoon! My Great Grandfather, Charles C Warner was born in 1863 and moved to St. Johns at the turn of the century. He died there in 1947 and raised many children. He had a piano store in St. Johns. I believe that I have one of his original pianos passed down from my grandfather to my father to me. I can no longer keep it, and wondered if it might be something that you would be interested in for the museum. It is a traditional upright – not a grand piano. Please let me know if you would be interested.

  2. September 5, 2016 9:24 pm

    gardiner tavern and inn site by st johns michigan was a gold coin cache by the tavern before it was torn down 1837 clinton township thanks jon macvean

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