Historic Sites

Plaques are awarded to sites of historical significance and “to foster appreciation of and to educate us about our built environment and our heritage”.

Research is done by committee members as well as homeowners and community members.

All area residents are invited to participate in our “House Plaque” recognition program.  Attending a plaque presentation is a unique way to learn about some of the earlier residents of Dundee Township, popular structure styles of the past, and ways to keep or restore homes to the original architectural design.

Interested homeowners can download our House Plaque Application. Questions can be driected to Jack Wendt, Historic Sites Chairperson, at dths@sbcglobal.net.

2022 Plaque Presentation

The Dundee Township Historical Society recognized three township homes at its annual Historic Sites Program and Plaque Presentation on Sunday, November 6, 2022.


In order to qualify for this recognition, a structure must be at least 100 years old and maintain its original appearance and building materials.

Homes from 1855, 1893, and 1920 were recognized and received plaques. Jack Wendt presented.