We've written about it before, of course, and figured that was all there was to it.
Leave it to amateur historian and blogger Paul Sewick to one-up us. His latest post at Detroit Urbanism is the first of a three-part series (talk about a "deep dive" into a topic) on the Woodward Plan, and includes plenty of information we had never heard before, including a rock and a marker that were buried downtown about two centuries ago, and some details about the precocious and pretentious Judge Woodward.
Take a look if you have a few moments and see what Sewick has uncovered. We can't wait to see parts 2 and 3.