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Huron County, Michigan


"The Perch capital of Michigan"

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Statistics & Facts

The Michigan state capital is Lansing.
The population of Caseville is approximately 857 (1990), 777 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 781 (1990), 422 (2010).
The amount of land area in Caseville is 2.954 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Caseville is 1.1 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Caseville to Washington DC is 488 miles.
The distance to the Michigan state capital is 108 miles. (as the crow flies)
Caseville is positioned 43.94 degrees north of the equator and 83.27 degrees west of the prime meridian.


on Saginaw Bay at the mouth of the Pigeon River in Michigan's Upper Thumb area in the eastern portion of the state.
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seasonal. Here is a weather page for Caseville and the area
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History & History Related Items

The first settler in the area came in 1836. His name was Ruben Dodge, who came with his family from Maine in order to hunt and trap. The area was first known as Pigeon River Settlement. Later it was named Port Elizabeth or Elizabethtown. This re-naming was in honor of the wife of William Rattle. Rattle represented Leonard Case, a large landowner of the area. In 1856, the town was again renamed. This time it was called Caseville after Mr. Case who sold about 20,000 acres of area land to a Francis Crawford.
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The settling of Caseville



Information about Caseville
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Caseville City Government

Caseville has a council/manager form of government

Caseville Government
PO Box 1049
Caseville, Michigan 48725-1049
Phone (517) 856-2102
Fax: (517) 856-3580

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