Originally on land donated by the AlbionCompany, the name of the park was changed from Washington Park to CrowellPark, to honor one of Albion’s earliest and most active pioneers, JesseCrowell. At one time the park had extensive gardens and extensive coveragewith trees, both are absent today. The cornerstone for Crowell’s Stone Mill isseen in a cement and brick surround at the center of the park. In the rear ofthe park, the city water tower rises, visiblefrom many areas in the city.
Source: Isaac Kremer