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Farmington, Michigan

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Farmington, Michigan

Farmington, Michigan

Farmington is located in southern Oakland County, just east of the intersections of I-96 and I-275. This town was first settled in 1824 by Arthur Power and David Smith, Quakers from Farmington New York. First referred to as "Quakertown," this community grew as a result of a sawmill Powers built and a strong religious commitment which included the formation of a church in 1826 by Elkanah Comstock, the first Baptist minister to settle in Michigan. It incorporated as a village in 1867 and later as a city in 1926. The downtown square still displays the well-preserved town hall, one of the early architectural masterpieces of the area.

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