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In the early 1730's, a branch of the Huron Indians called the Wyandot Indians settled on the banks of the Detroit River. Their village stood between what is now Oak Street and Eureka Avenue. Less than a hundred years later, the Wyandot Indians agreed to relinquish this land to the United States Government, and eventually settled in Oklahoma.

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No Pit Bull Ordinance

I had inquired in an earlier post if there was an ordinance against pit bulls in Wyandotte. One person thought there was, others didin't know, so I wrote the mayor. He responded to me that there is NO... more
Started: March 16th 2004Replies: 24

old Stores of W&.

Do you remember all the little mom and pop stores that use to be in the city, You had Kales market on eureka between 15th and 16th and around the corner from them was Joe Deere's party store, Old joe... more
Started: January 28th 2004Replies: 70

DOWNRIVER POETS & PLAYWRIGHTS new meeting place

LOCAL POETRY/WRITING WORKSHOP Downriver Poets and Playwrights is a local group that meets to share their work with others in a workshop setting.   WHERE AND WHEN? Downriver Poets and Playwrights... more
Started: August 21st 2012Replies: 0

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