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The Society's mission is to foster in citizens a deeper understanding of and appreciation for all Michigan history through programs and publications, stimulate and encourage citizens in the collection, preservation, interpretation and publication of Michigan history through conferences, publications, awards, educational programs.
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,...
is an extensive source of information on approximately 14,000 19th Century ships that sailed the Great Lakes. Each vessel record may include build & owner info, a brief historical timeline, and photographs.
The database was compiled from the collection of C. Patrick Labadie.
This collection contains more than 400 Michigan county histories, biographical records, plat books, and atlases published prior to 1923.
works with libraries and historical organizations, throughout the Upper Peninsula, to contribute to a digital collection about the state's history.
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