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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 Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum are in two different locations but these are a single institution sharing one director. The Ford Library in ann Arbor, Michigan, collects, preserves, and makes accessible a rich variety of archival materials on U.S. domestic issues, foreign relations, and political affairs during the Cold War era. The Library offers exhibits, special events,...
Founded in 1921, the Detroit Historical Society manages the Detroit Historical Museum, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, and the more than 200,000 artifacts held in the collections.
Located in Dearborn, Michigan, the Arab American National Museum is the first museum in the world devoted to Arab American history and culture. Exhibits, events, outreach programs, and a library are dedicated to bringing the voices and faces of Arab Americans to mainstream audiences and dispelling myths.
Located on the campus of Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia promotes the open examination of historical and contemporary visual expressions of racism. Its collections and exhibits preserve objects and images related to racial segregation, civil rights, and anti-Black caricatures. The online site is rich with examples and contextual...
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