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Sean O'Rourke will be in the kitchen again this year creating a delicious food!
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Uri's Winter Hours 2010-2011
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday - CLOSED
Wednesday - CLOSED
Thursday - 12pm - 8pm
Friday - 12pm - 9pm
Saturday - 12pm - 9pm
Sunday - 12pm -7pm
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810 622 0325
Uri Raymond settled in Michiganís Thumb in 1848 and taught school the first winter in a log home located in Section 10 of Sanilac Township.
Uri established his first general store in the settlement of Sanilac Mills, later known as Bark Shanty Point, currently the Village of Port Sanilac, very near the waterís edge on the end of Cedar Street. His stock consisted of the bare essentials of the first settlers of Bark Shanty Point.Salt pork, bacon, flour, meal, sugar, molasses, tea, coffee, dried apples, and tobacco were in the grocery section and axes, saws, gun powder, clothing and bolds of cloth in the hardware. The winters were tough and his shelves would be nearly empty by spring when the ships would resume traffic on Lake Huron. The growth and development of the thumb were very dependent on Lake Huron and the shipping industry in the 1800ís.
In 1877 the Village of Port Sanilac was officially incorporated. Uri moved his mercantile and hardware from his harbor location to Ridge Street (M-25) in 1888. He continued in the business, with his son Frederick, until his death in October of 1899. For 159 years, the Raymond Hardware was owned and operated by three generations of the Raymond family. Uriís original store is now the site of the Port Sanilac Marina, and home to
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