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    Birmingham is also known as: Oakland County / Birmingham city.

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  • Alexi Lalas (coach and  commentator) was born in Birmingham.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Alexi Lalas (coach and commentator), Shane Battier (basketball player), Christine Lahti (film director and actor), David Spade (comedian and actor), Steve Morrison (american football player and american football coach), Mark Whiting (art director and production designer), and Dan Dickerson (sports commentator and announcer).

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  • Location of Birmingham, Michigan

    History

    The area comprising what is now the city of Birmingham was part of land ceded by Native American tribes to the United States government by the 1807 Treaty of Detroit. However, settlement was delayed first by the War of 1812 and subsequently by an unfavorable report by the Surveyor-General of the United States, Edward Tiffin, regarding the placement of Military Bounty Lands for veterans of the War of 1812. Tiffin's report claimed that "There would not be an acre out of a hundred, if there would be one out of a thousand that would, in any case, admit cultivation. " In 1818, Territorial Governor Lewis Cass led a group of men along the Indian Trail. The governor's party discovered that the swamp was not as extensive as Tiffin had supposed. Not long after Cass issued a more encouraging report about the land, interest quickened in its suitability for settlement. The earliest land entry was made on January 28, 1819, by Colonel Benjamin K. Pierce (brother of future U. ...

    The official website for the city of Birmingham is http://www.ci.birmingham.mi.us/.

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All Funeral Homes in Birmingham
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Acacia Park Cemetery Association
31300 Southfield Rd Send flowers
Birmingham, MI 48009


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Clover Hill Park Cemetery
2425 E 14 Mile Rd Send flowers
Birmingham, MI 48012


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William R Hamilton Bell Chapel
820 E Maple Rd Send flowers
Birmingham, MI 48012