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Eagle, Michigan

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Eagle, Michigan Eagle is located in the southeastern corner of Clinton County, about 10 miles from Lansing.   This small, primarily residential town is regarded as an adjunct community to Lansing. It is also supported by a couple of stores and has its own post office. It is known for its Old Truck Show held every summer in the park under the watertower.

Eagle was first settled in 1834 by Anthony Niles and Stephen Groger, and named after the township. In 1872, George W. McCrumb, considered the town father, donated land and built a depot and a Methodist church, which caused the city to move about a half mile from its original location. It was incorporated as a village a year later.

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