Three Rivers, Michigan
Three Rivers is situated in the west central area of St. Joseph County. The place gets its name from the intersection of the St. Joseph River with its tributaries the Rocky and Portage Rivers. The city has held its historical appearance, with a significant part of the downtown region, graced by its turn-of-the-century structures, on the National Historical Register, and the Silliman House on the St. Joseph River. Three Rivers also boast of one of the last remaining Carneigie Library structures, now called the Carnegie Center for the Arts.