This small Greek Revival house was built by pioneer settler Ezra Miller (1808–1879), who came in 1835 from Onondaga, New York, to this area of the Michigan Territory. Miller acquired eighty acres of land in Edwardsburg, on which he built the house. A one-and-a-half-story, side-gable, symmetrical building of locally fired red brick with cornice and side returns, it is considered to be the oldest house in Edwardsburg.
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Ezra Miller House
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