So I did a little more wandering around Port Huron than I normally do. These are some of the pictures that don't really fit into the other categories that I used. I kind of like how the rain caused reflections on the ground.
In 1814, Fort Gratiot was established at the base of Lake Huron and was the first Euro-American population center in this area. Port Huron itself was established in 1857 and grew rapidly due to the lumber and shipbuilding industries there. In 1871, significant portions of the city were burnt to the ground. This was in the same year as the Chicago fire. The city was rebuilt after that (obviously).