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Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Michiganology is the online branch of the Archives of Michigan at the Michigan History Center in Lansing. Another free resource, Michiganology's records include state censuses, Civil War ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Welcome! University Archives & Historical Collections of Michigan State University is a place of discovery. More than 160 years of MSU history can be explored, including original letters and diaries, photographs, and oral histories. Our collections span the entirety of MSU's history and also contain historical materials not related to MSU.Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022The Michigan History Center strives to be transparent in resolving issues with Michiganology. In order to do this, we generated a “bug” list of known problems. These bugs are listed below. If we know when a bug is likely to be fixed, we will add the date to the bug on the list. If you are experiencing a problem that isn’t listed below ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Michigan Records Projects. Cranbrook Educational Community, Bloomfield Hills, MI $131,026 to support a project to digitize documents of Cranbrook's Horizons-Upward Bound Program, one of the oldest and largest college access programs, serving low-income and first-generation high school students from Detroit area public schools by providing opportunities for academic and cultural enrichment in ...Michigan History Center. We discover, preserve and share the stories of Michigan. We hope you'll join us by visiting our museums, using our archival collections, touring historical markers and heritage trails and participating in our programs and learning adventures. About MHC ».A bird’s eye view map shows a place from an aerial or “bird’s eye” perspective. Artists walked the streets of a city, sketching buildings and landscaping. They also used tall buildings within the city to gain an aerial perspective. Artists would then depict the city as if viewed from above. Despite mapmakers practicing this method of ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022The Rough and Rocky Road to Statehood. January 26, 2011 marks Michigan’s 174th birthday as a state. Today, many residents of our country’s fifty states take statehood for granted. For Michiganians in the 1830s, the road to statehood proved rough and rocky. Do-It-Yourself The Michigan Territory petitioned the U.S. Congress for statehood in ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Item Data. Title Death Records . Collection Number. Scope and Content These records document deaths that occurred in the State of Michigan. Information recorded includes name, age, date and cause of death, location of burial, and name of parents.Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022A constitution is a set of laws or a plan about how a government is organized. Michigan wrote its first constitution in 1835, two years before it became a state. State constitutions are often similar to one another, and very similar to the United States Constitution. They have rules about freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom of ...Engage with Michigan history at Michiganology, our companion website where we house our online digital collections, host a blog with unique stories we've uncovered through our collections and research, post information designed for young learners, and even sell Michigan history inspired gear! Since 1954, Michigan has created more than 1,700 historical markers, but only one is located outside the United States. It is located in France, in the village of St. Nicolas-de-la-Grave, and commemorates the founder of Detroit, Antoine Laumet de la Mothe, sieur de Cadillac.Bonus Payments to World War I Veterans. In 1921, the Michigan legislature passed a bill that provided for a payment of $15.00 per month of service to the state’s World War I veterans and nurses. [2] The state took out a $30 million loan to finance the bonus payments, and all payments were made by the end of 1932.25 sty 2023 ... Michiganology. Online platform for the Michigan Historical Center in Lansing. Includes research guides and indexes, educator resources, death ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Emily Wells Writes to Grandma. Emily Wells was born in 1824 in Richmond, New York. In 1834, her entire family, including her parents and seven brothers and sisters, traveled on the Erie Canal to Buffalo, New York. Then they took a steam ship across Lake Erie. Eventually they settled in….The Rough and Rocky Road to Statehood. January 26, 2011 marks Michigan’s 174th birthday as a state. Today, many residents of our country’s fifty states take statehood for granted. For Michiganians in the 1830s, the road to statehood proved rough and rocky. Do-It-Yourself The Michigan Territory petitioned the U.S. Congress for statehood in ...Fathers Family Name Berkowitz. Mothers Given Name unknown. Mothers Family Name unknown. Birth Year 1887. Death Date 1950-07-6.Kanapima, which means “He Who is Talked About,” was an Odawa (Ottawa) leader. Born in 1813 near Harbor Springs, Michigan, Kanapima also had an English name, Augustin Hamlin Jr. His father, Augustin Hamlin Sr. was Odawa, Ojibwe and French. His mother was Odawa named Angelica Kimichigan. And his uncles and grandfather were chiefs for the ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022On Oct. 31, 1926, Harry Houdini - celebrated magician and performer - died of peritonitis and a ruptured appendix at Grace Hospital in Detroit, MI. This unfortunate date was not Houdini's first time in Detroit - in 1906, he performed a daring stunt at Belle Isle Bridge, jumping into the Detroit River while handcuffed, chained and leg-ironed. This successful exploit became one of his most ...A Community Stands with the Crosswhites. Adam Crosswhite and his family escaped from slavery, a system by which a person is forced to work without pay and doesn’t have freedom, in Kentucky. They traveled north and settled near Marshall, Michigan. Adam feared that slave catchers from Kentucky might come to Michigan and take him and his family ...Title 1884 Bay, Bay City 4181. Language english. Type of Resource text. Genre census records. reformatted digital. County Bay. Township Bay City. Subject Name Bonem, Mary. Subject Name Bonem, Cammilla.Michiganology has teamed up with the Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Division to offer 250 numbered limited-edition reproduction prints of The Grayling, by Samuel A. Kilbourne (1836-1881).. The 1880 original was published as a chromolithograph in Game Fishes of the United States, Boston: Armstrong and Co., 1878-1881.Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Death Range (whether searching a year or day select day before and after; if searching 1902 select 12/31/1901 - 01/01/1903)5 wrz 2023 ... ... michiganology.org/stories/kathy-kozachenko-lgbtq-rights-in-michigan/; The resolution explains that the City hopes to raise $100,000 toward ...The State of Michigan requires corporations to register and send yearly reports to the state. The content and requirements of these reports has changed over time, as has the agency responsible for collecting them. The timeline below provides an overview of these changes. Annual reports of the Corporations Division from 1997-2006 are available ...Item Data. Title Corporations Division. Collection Number. Scope and Content The Corporations Division in the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs facilitates the formation of business entities in Michigan and maintains a record of documents filed by those business entities. The Archives of Michigan receives only transfers of corporation annual reports from the Corporations ...Crawford County Michigan Grayling Township. Hand drawn waxed linen map showing the names of the land owners of Grayling Township of Crawford County, Michigan for the year 1935. This map was done as part of a United States Works Progress Administration project. The scale on the original is 1 inch equals 1320 feet.Fathers Family Name Berkowitz. Mothers Given Name unknown. Mothers Family Name unknown. Birth Year 1887. Death Date 1950-07-6.Contact the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Vital Records Requests, P.O. Box 30721, Lansing MI 48909, or call 517-335-8666. Order forms are available online on the MDHHS website, too. Contact the county clerk in the county where the event occurred.To access available information, first log into FamilySearch. The collection consists of an index to death records from the Michigan Department of Community Health, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics in Lansing for the years 1921 to 1952. Michigan state law restricts the availability of death certificate images less than 75 years …Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022VISIT MICHIGANOLOGY. The Archives of Michigan preserves and makes available the records of Michigan government, public institutions, private individuals and organizations. …RG 2019-82 Department of Natural Resources, Marketing and Outreach Photographs, ca. 2000-2010. The Marketing and Outreach Division works diligently to capture the beauty of Michigan and the activities of the department. This collection contains photographs taken by DNR photographer Dave Kenyon. Image subjects include Michigan wildlife, flora ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022In the summer of 1821, territorial governor of Michigan Lewis Cass went to Chicago to try and get more land from tribal nations. Lewis Cass met with approximately 3,000 members of the Potawatomi, Ojibwe (Chippewa), and Odawa (Ottawa) tribes. In the Treaty of Chicago, these tribes ceded nearly five million acres of the lower peninsula of Michigan.Family History Research at the Library of Michigan. The Library of Michigan is home to a great diversity of local history materials, including: city and county histories, newspaper clippings, vital records, cemetery transcripts, and plat maps that can be accessed during the Library's business hours. A librarian on staff would be happy to find ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022A bird’s eye view map shows a place from an aerial or “bird’s eye” perspective. Artists walked the streets of a city, sketching buildings and landscaping. They also used tall buildings within the city to gain an aerial perspective. Artists would then depict the city as if viewed from above. Despite mapmakers practicing this method of ... The Michigan Trout Stamp program began in 1948 as a program to raise revenue for the Department of Conservation Fisheries Division. Artists submitted entries for the annual competition in hopes of being selected for the stamp. The competition ended in 1996. We have reproduced the beautiful Michigan Trout Stamps through a fellow Michigan artist ...Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022 After Con Con ended, Daisy Elliott served in the Michigan House of Representatives for Detroit from 1962-1982. Elliott continued to support laws that strengthened civil rights protections for Michigan residents. She oversaw the opening of the Michigan Civil Rights Commission and wrote the laws that authorized its work.Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 – 1865) Grades: 3rd - 5th, 8th. Historical Context Michigan responded quickly when the Civil War began in April 1861. The First Michigan Infantry arrived in Washington, DC, a month later, on May 16, 1861. The Union army segregated units into white, Black and Indigenous soldiers, but ultimately ...Jun 15, 2020 · Categories. Michigania. Kathy Kozachenko was the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in the United States when she won an Ann Arbor City Council seat on April 2, 1974. Kathy joined thousands of LGBTQ+ folks who “came out” as a political act after the 1969 Stonewall Inn Uprising. . Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; WRecent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; Wa Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; War Letters (1861 - 1945) Dec 13, 2022 Michigan Experiences in the Civil War (1861 - 1865) May 04, 2022Company_K_Stateside_8-23-17 Description. Listen to Steve Ostrander with the Michigan History Center and Eric Hemenway, Director of Archives and Records for the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians talk with Stateside host Cynthia Canty on Michigan Radio about Company K of the First Michigan Sharpshooters which … Grades: 3-5. Categories. Defining Michigan. The Underground R Traveling on the Erie Canal. In the 1830s, people coming to Michigan traveled along dirt roads that followed the routes of Indian trails. These roads were full of holes and often muddy. After traveling on one of these early roads, one person wrote that she had just been "jolted to jelly.". Many newcomers to Michigan, especially those from ...On January 12, 1835, territorial governor Stevens T. Mason announced that Michigan was ready to become a state. But, the United State Congress said no. Congress said Michigan had work to do before becoming a state. First, at least 60,000 people had to live within its boundaries. Governor Mason ordered a census, a count of people, of Michigan. Item Data. Title RG 2018-51 Michigan Historical Commi...

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