Learn about the 3 books, Images of Modern America: Sterling Heights, Sterling Township: 1875-1968 and Seven Miles from Home.
View photos of old historical displays.
Edgerton Cemetery was established in the 1830s as a family burial ground on approximately 1.84 acres of land. The cemetery is located on a knoll on the southwest corner of Schoenherr and Utica roads, on the site of what was originally the Edgerton family farm.
The Sterling Heights Historical Commission solicits and accepts items for the Sterling Heights Historical Collection which depict the growth and change within this municipality since its inception as a township in 1835. Recognizing that today's events will be tomorrow's history, modern items judged to be of permanent value will be considered.
Read through a variety of historical information and articles.
The Residential Date Plaque Award Program, established from 1992-1999, has recognized 33 homes of historic value in Sterling Heights as identified by age and architectural significance. View pictures of these homes.
The Michigan Historical Marker Program was designed to reveal the important stories surrounding persons, places, or events.
Built in 1866-1867 by William and Sarah Aldrich Upton, the Upton House Musem is one of a few surviving 19th century homes in Sterling Heights. It was the home of this prosperous farmer and merchant until 1891.
The project collects first person accounts of military service in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Cold War, and Persian Gulf Conflicts.
The Commission is looking for photos from the late 19th century to early 20th century that show schools in Sterling Township.