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Capac, Michigan


Capac, Michigan

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Ken Huisjen

 

 


 

Founded by a group from Romeo, Capac was named by Honorable D. C. Walker. Some believe the Judge named it after Huayna Capac (d. 1527), head of a Peruvian line of Inca Indian emperors. However, local historians disagree and feel that it was Manco Capac, the first Inca ruler, that gave birth to Capac's name.

The Village of Capac is located in one of the fastest growing areas in Saint Clair County. It is just off of I-69, in the northwestern part of the county.

The Capac Community Museum is a restored Grand Trunk Depot. The world famous Kempf Model City train, 40 feet long and four feet wide, is housed at the museum. It was completed in 1923 by the Kempf brothers of Capac and took seven years to build.


     
  

 

    
 

 

 


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