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Serves as a major state repository for the Department of Natural Resources (biological collections) and the Bureau of History (archaeological collections) and is the home of the Michigan Traditional Arts Program.
The Museum of Anthropology at the University of Michigan is an international leader in anthropological archaeology research and student training. Its world class research collections include materials from all continental areas, with particular strengths in eastern North America (including the Great Lakes area) and Asia. The collections support undergraduate and graduate education and a portion...
The MTU Master's and Doctoral programs in industrial history and archaeology draw on historical archaeology, anthropology of industry, history of technology, historical preservation, and heritage management. Here you will find information on the field school operated by the program. In addition, you can read reports on current and past projects, including weekly logs of activities and finds....
The museum has permanent exhibits on dinosaurs and other prehistoric life, Michigan wildlife, Native American culture, anthropology, geology, and a Planetarium.
An estimated 6,000 ships have been lost on the Great Lakes with about one-third of them in the waters of Michigan. There are more than 1,400 known shipwrecks recorded in Michigan’s waters. This site provides details on those sites in Michigan waters.
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