City of Warren, MI

Warren Township District 4 School

district-4-school-tnThis building was commonly named the Bunert School, for August and Mine Bunert, who sold land to Warren School District No. 4 in January 1875. The school was built later that year on the northeast corner of the intersection of Bunert and Martin roads. When classes ceased in 1944, it was the longest-serving one-room school in Warren. In 1987 the board-and-batten building was donated to the Warren Historical Society, which moved it to this site and restored it as a museum.

Bureau of History, Michigan Department of State
Location: Bunert Road north of 11 Mile Road at the south end of Warren Woods Tower High School

City of Warren, Michigan

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