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seeks to preserve stories from the Ypsilanti African American community. Members of this well-organized community lived through the Jim Crow era, fought racism during WWII, and led the local Civil Rights movement. Spanning several generations, these interviews illuminate eras of profound social change and offer an intimate look into the social, home, and political life of a historic Michigan...
Genealogy/History/Biography. Full text and indexing. Includes all of the images, and extensive indexing, from the 1790 - 1940 U.S. federal censuses; more than 22,000 digitized book titles, including early family histories and local histories; more than 250 primary-source documents such as tax lists, city directories, probate records and more. Census collections, Books collection, city ...
A finding aid for the microfilm collection of Archdiocese of Detroit records available at the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library.
Biographies of people who died between the years 1000 and 1930 or whose last known date of activity falls within those years. Use Michigan as a general search to retrieve 200+ results.
This archive from the University of Michigan-Dearborn contains over three hundred interviews of Holocaust survivors, has more than fifty testimonies on line--transcriptions and voices along with maps showing locations in each interview. Uses Real Player audio.
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