MOORE PARK HISTORY

The exerpts written out below are from a small booklet entitled,
"St. Joseph County Historical Review and Business Guide"
written and compiled by Roy D. F. Sowers, Historian. If you have
an interest in other St. Joseph County histories, click here to go
to a chart listing the other available histories

Moore Park was a station on the Lake Shore and Michigan railroad, established in 1871. It was named after Hon. Edward S. MOORE whose picturesque homestead was in the vicinity. He was a prominent man in the industrial and financial growth of St. Joseph County. His spacious home, situated in a beautiful grove, always dispensed hospitality to everyone.


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