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Dorr, Michigan, a little more ...
Dorr is an unincorporated community, as well as a civil township of Allegan County.
The first permanent white settlers in the township arrived in 1845. The first settler in the community of Dorr came in 1856, who had it platted in 1869. Dorr received a post office in 1870.
It was first known as Dorr Centre and it is believed to have been named for Thomas Wilson Dorr, leader of the Dorr Rebellion in Rhode Island.
See also: The History of Allegan County, Michigan
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