The small town of Hickory Corners sits north of Kalamazoo and Battle Creek. In 1837 the settlement got its name after surveyors found a large hickory while doing their survey. A schoolhouse along with the first house was built shortly after. In 1844 it officially got a post office. It has always remained a small little town in the countryside and I imagine a lot of of people pass through it on their way to the Gilmore Car Museum which is only a few miles away.
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