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Private Tutors in Lincoln Park for All Subjects & Grade Levels

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About Lincoln Park

Just a few miles south of downtown Detroit, Lincoln Park, Michigan is part of the “Downriver” communities in Wayne County. The area gained significance in Michigan history when Native Americans met at what would become Council Point Park in Lincoln Park in 1763 to plan an attack on Fort Detroit, held by British soldiers. Dissatisfied with British rule and the number of new settlers coming into the Great Lakes Region, a loose confederation of Native Americans led by Ottawa Chief Pontiac planned to drive the British out of Fort Detroit. Representatives from the Huron (Wyandot), Ottawa and Potawatomi met on April 27. They were worried about the recent domination of the Northeast by the British who had recently defeated the French in the French and Indian War. Most native leaders preferred the French who were their trading partners and not seemingly bent on occupying their lands. The siege on Fort Detroit lasted six months with British soldiers eventually holding their position. Although historians judge Pontiac’s War a stalemate, Native Americans continued to lose their land to British settlers over the next 60 years until the Indian Removal Act forced many remaining natives from Michigan in 1830. Originally Ecorse Township, named after the tributary of the Detroit River, the area became Lincoln Park in 1906. In the first half of the 20th century the Ford Motor Company built a large auto plant in nearby Dearborn. Bolstered by the “five-dollar day,” Ford workers bought houses in Lincoln Park. More community growth occurred after World War II. Today, Lincoln Park is a residential suburb of Detroit.

A Lincoln Park tutor will keep you caught up on your most demanding academic subjects so you can take time away from the books to enjoy the many things to do in the greater Detroit area. Not only is 27-acre Council Point Park the site of a significant historical event, but it also offers a variety of recreational opportunities to Lincoln Park residents. The park features athletic fields, a 1.9-mile walking trail, pavilion and an inline roller hockey rink. The park hosts an annual commemoration of Pontiac’s 1763 council organized by the American Indian Movement of Michigan.

It’s just a short drive from Lincoln Park to Midway Sports and Entertainment in nearby Taylor for more recreational opportunities. Midway features mini golf, go-karts, batting cages and rock climbing. The park is open for birthday parties and group events. SportWay of Westland also offers 18 holes of miniature golf, go-karts and batting cages with group pricing and birthday celebrations.

For nature enthusiasts, the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, jointly managed by U.S. and Canadian wildlife services is just east of Lincoln Park. The nearly 6,000-acre refuge, is open to self-guided exploration of islands, coastal wetlands, marshes, shoals and waterfront lands along 48-miles of the Detroit River and the Western Lake Erie shorelines. The refuge is home to 300 species of birds and 117 species of fish. 22-acre Mud Island is the closest part of the refuge to Lincoln Park. Mud Island is mostly forest with red maple, silver maple, green ash and cottonwood trees.

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Lincoln Park Scholarship

Grade Potential Tutoring is proud to provide Lincoln Park students with the opportunity to win a semi-annual college scholarship of $1,000! We are proud to assist students with their investment in education. Many local families trust us with their educational investment on a regular basis, so we feel great about giving back in a similar way! Click below to learn more about our scholarship program and how to apply.Learn How To Apply

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