Posted by: Kath Usitalo | May 11, 2012

Check Into History In Dearborn

The Edgar Allan Poe house at The Dearborn Inn

Edgar Allan Poe won’t be there to greet you, but you can stay at his home when you’re in the Detroit area.

Okay, it’s a replica of the house in New York where Poe lived and wrote, and it stands in a little neighborhood of five homes, all copies of residences of Americans admired by Henry Ford. They are a part of The Dearborn Inn, the hotel he built near his indoor/outdoor museum complex, Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.

Check out my story about the Colonial homes at The Dearborn Inn and The Henry Ford  that appeared in a special section of the Chicago Sun-Times.

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