Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Late Woodland dating back to 500.
Several famous people are associated with these Muskegon County historic places including Charles H. Hackley, Horatio Hovey and Thomas Humes.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Muskegon County places including U.S. Lighthouse Establishment, Schoeber & Stevenson Foeller, Edwin E. Vallentine, 12th Dist. Office of Engineer, VanderWest and Child and Leo J. Heenan. Prominent architectural styles found in Muskegon Country are Queen Anne, Art Deco and Italianate.