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Quincy

A delightful small town with turn of the last century brick buildings dotting the downtown, Quincy was originally settled in 1830 by Horace Wilson, who built the first log cabin here. Six years later, in 1836, the surrounding township split from adjoining Coldwater Township to the west and thus the town needed a new name. A local doctor, Hiram Allen suggested the name Quincy, after his home town in Massachusetts. Quincy became a village in 1858.

 

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2 W. Chicago
Quincy, MI 49082 US

Phone: (517) 639-8215
Region: Quincy

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10 E. Chicago St.
Quincy, MI 49082 US

Phone: (517) 639-3998
Region: Quincy

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128 E. Chicago St.
Quincy, MI 49082 US

Phone: (517) 639-8969
E-Mail Address: oldgranary@cbpu.com
Region: Quincy

We have one of the largest and most unique collections of primitives and handcrafted items in the area. Every nook and cranny holds a treasure waiting to be discovered.
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The Old Granary

128 E. Chicago St.
Quincy, MI 49082
United States
Phone: (517) 639-8969
Region: Quincy
We have one of the largest and most unique collections of primitives and handcrafted items in the area. Every nook and cranny holds a treasure waiting to be discovered. More

The Stables

2 W. Chicago
Quincy, MI 49082
United States
Phone: (517) 639-8215
Region: Quincy

The Swallow's Nest

10 E. Chicago St.
Quincy, MI 49082
United States
Phone: (517) 639-3998
Region: Quincy
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