Falmouth - Clam Union
Falmouth - Clam Union Township
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Falmouth - Clam Union Township 49632
Missaukee County, Michigan
Falmouth - Clam Union Township Population: 2000() 1990() Change()
Clam Union Township is located in the near southeastern section of Missaukee County.
It contains the town of Falmouth, which is situated in the northwest corner of the township on the Clam River. A dam was built there which forms a lake to the south of town, making it a good place for fishing and swimming. The township hall is also located there.
This town was first settled in 1871. In 1873, it lost by one vote to lake City in becoming the Missaukee county seat. Two other small town also existed here at that time: Vogel Center and Prosper. All 3 towns were begun by Dutch Immigrants during the lumbering days.
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