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A collection of over 40,000 hours of spoken recordings of over 100,000 persons from all walks of life recounting experiences back to 1888 on war, women, civil rights, sports, religion, business, literature, and more.
"Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music" contains more than 62,500 pieces of historical sheet music registered for US copyright: more than 15,000 registered during the years 1820-1860 and more than 47,000 registered during the years 1870-1885. This collection, indexed by author, title, and subject, as well as searchable by keyword, is a part of the American Memory...
The Israelite House of David was a Christian religious commune founded in 1902. Based in and around Benton Harbor, Michigan, and High Island (Michigan), the commune required its members to refrain from sex, haircuts, shaving, and the eating of meat. The House of David operated a famous barnstorming baseball team, which toured small town America from the 1920s to the 1950s, playing major and minor...
is a searchable database of maps, photos, death notices, and other documents focusing on Oakland County.
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.
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