Hylas, Menominee County: a station on a branch of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad, four miles east of Hardwood, in 1884; see Dryads for the name. (GSM 1885)

--Michigan Place Names, Walter Romig, publisher, Grosse Point Michigan, 1905

Hylas, Menominee County, Michigan. This name was taken from a dictionary of mythology. Hyla is the specific name of the "tree frog" or "tree toad" and that also was thought of when the station was named.

--A history of the origin of the place names connected with the Chicago & North Western and Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha railways .. Stennett. William H., Chicago, 1908


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