Adrian (Michigan)

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Adrian is a county seat of Lenawee County.

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Adrian was founded on June 18, 1826 as Logan by Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad promoter Addison Comstock. His wife renamed it to its current name after Roman Emperor Hadrian. Even though it shaped up to be one of the motor capitals of the world from 1900 to 1912, it failed due to one company making bad financial decisions and the other to a fire on its plant. However, J. Wallace Page invented the first successful wire fence, making Adrian known from the late 1800s to the early 1900s as the fence capital of the world with one of the world's first fencing manufacturers.

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  • Lenawee County Historical Museum & Archives110 E. Church St., e-mail: . Open from 10AM; closed on Sundays & Mondays. Opened in 1972 and housed in Adrian's old Carnegie Library in 1980, the Lenawee County Historical Museum collects artifacts relating to Lenawee County and its place in Michigan's history.

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The area code is 517

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