The Mary Jackson House

The house that Mary Jackson owned and used when she visited her home town of Milford, Michigan is located on the corner of Canal St and Houghton, in the Village of Milford. It was built in  1876 by hr maternal grandfather.

The home’s living room is filled with antiques that Mary collected to reminder her of  her childhood in Milford

There is a natural fireplace with a carved wood mantle in the living room

At the other end of the living room is a nice old piano

Here are some of the Civil War Era Memorabilia that she collected and had in the house.

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Printable brochure for the Mary Jackson home - Be advised that this is a big  file (6MB)
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This is a picture of the Stevens-Jackson home at about the time that it was built