There is also Green Township in Alpena County.
Green Charter Township is a charter township of Mecosta County in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the township had a total population of 3,209. The township was organized in 1858, before Mecosta County was detached from Newaygo County.
Paris is an unincorporated community and the largest settlement within the township at 43°46'24?N, 85°30'09?W on the Muskegon River about 5 miles north of Big Rapids. John Parish is considered the "father" of the village, having arrived in the 1850s and then platted the village in 1865. It was at first named Parish after him, but the name later became Paris. A fire on May 26, 1879 destroyed a large portion of the village, including records of Green Township.
Web Sites and Links
Big Jackson Public SchoolA rural district, offers a school calendar, teacher pages, and information about Title I, administration, and the school board.
Locus DesignsProfessional web design and digital imaging. Digital photos and information on Internet use and web design.
Multimag - ParisPart of Green Charter Township. History of the community.