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The Anishinaabek in Michigan. Indian boarding schools were for children from tribal communities. These schools were found throughout the United States and Canada. Some of these schools were placed near tribal land, but others were placed far from tribal populations. Although Indian boarding schools were sometimes operated by different …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, 2022The River Street Anthology is music preservation project created by musician Matt Jones. The project's goal is to get as many Michigan musicians on the "books" or preserved for future generations. The Archives of Michigan is a partner in this project's preservation. The archives offers a place to save the sound recordings, images, and ...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, 2022In the 1950s and 1960s, tourism promotion was meant to get Michigan residents to spend money in beautiful parts of the state. In the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, the promotion began to move away to non-specific attributes – like “Thumbs up to Michigan,” “Say Yes, Michigan,” “Yes! Michigan” and finally “Pure Michigan.”.Laura then returned to Michigan with the weapons that enslavers used to punish enslaved people. She brought a neck collar, knee stiffeners, handcuffs and leg irons back to Michigan with her. Laura showed the people of Michigan how terrible enslaved people were treated in the south. Laura Haviland holding a knee straightener and a collar, items ...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 ...Naturalization is the process by which a person born outside the United States becomes an American citizen. Citizenship records can provide a wealth of information to family historians. The amount of information varies by year, but can include the date and location of a person's birth, occupation, immigration year, marital status and spouse ...Prison Labor in Michigan. The selection of Jackson for the site of the Michigan State Prison in 1837 was a decision based on economics. Several Jackson businessmen had lobbied the State Legislature for the prison because they were seeking a source of cheap labor for their factories. The Jackson Wagon Company soon built a factory on the prison ...Sixty-four years before Brown v. Board of Education catapulted the country into the modern Civil Rights era, a landmark decision in Michigan pushed the state to the forefront of progress in 19th-century America. In Ferguson v. Gies the Michigan Supreme Court declared that all people are entitled to equal protection under the law regardless of race. …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, 2022A 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 ...Hand drawn waxed linen map showing the location of the Kalamazoo State Hospital in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1942. This map was created as part of Works Progress Administration project. The scale on the original is 1 inch equals one quarter mile. Per Page.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 ...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, 2022There were 32 POW Camps in Michigan. While the existence of the camps was not kept secret, it was not publicized for security reasons. List of Camps: Camp Allegan. Camp AuTrain. Barryton, Mecosta County, MI. Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI. Blissfield, Lenawee County, MI. Caro, Tuscola County, MI. 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)There were 32 POW Camps in Michigan. While the existence of the camps was not kept secret, it was not publicized for security reasons. List of Camps: Camp Allegan. Camp AuTrain. Barryton, Mecosta County, MI. Benton Harbor, Berrien County, MI. Blissfield, Lenawee County, MI. Caro, Tuscola County, MI. 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, 2022First, water is sprinkled on the snow-covered roads. This makes them icy so it is easier to slide the large logs out of the woods. Next, teamsters use horse-drawn sleighs to move the logs on the banks of the frozen river. The logs are then stacked along the riverbanks. In the spring, men push the logs into the melting river.Prison Labor in Michigan. The selection of Jackson for the site of the Michigan State Prison in 1837 was a decision based on economics. Several Jackson businessmen had lobbied the State Legislature for the prison because they were seeking a source of cheap labor for their factories. The Jackson Wagon Company soon built a factory on the prison ...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 The war began in the spring of 1835 when Ohioans started to survey the border between Michigan and Ohio. At the time, Ohio was a state and Michigan was a territory trying to become a state. Because existing laws were unclear about the boundaries between future states, both Michigan and Ohio claimed the Toledo Strip.The CCC in Pictures. These images from the Archives of Michigan give a glimpse into the lives of CCC enrollees in the 20th century. Just a few weeks after taking office in March 1933, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt implemented the Emergency Conservation Work program. This program is better known as the Civilian Conservation Corps or the CCC.Michiganology Supports Teachers and School Programs The website is also the new home for the Michigan History Center’s K-12 educational resources. The “Learn” section of the website contains grade-level-appropriate reading materials and activities for students, as well as teacher background information on content related to Michigan state ...In 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. 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, 2022Douglass Houghton was born in Troy, New York, in 1809. As a boy, he was a good student and liked to study science and geology. After going to college, he moved to Detroit. Soon, he became a well-known speaker, teacher, and doctor. In 1831, American geographer, Henry Schoolcraft, chose Houghton to join him on an 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, 2022City Columbia. Fathers Given Name Fredinand. Fathers Family Name Bedore. Mothers Given Name Gusta. Mothers Family Name Kapetzke. Birth Year 1907. Death Date 1949-11-9.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.The reach of the WPA projects is legendary-from bridges to stream improvements to roads to arts, crafts and writing projects. The WPA even thought about holiday planning.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, 2022Michiganology came to fruition when the Michigan History Foundation and the Archives of Michigan developed a partnership to transform the unique historical materials of the Archives of Michigan into products for all to enjoy. Our mission is simple: Michiganology is a for-purpose project of the Michigan History Center that inspires curiosity ...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, 2022In the 1950s and 1960s, tourism promotion was meant to get Michigan residents to spend money in beautiful parts of the state. In the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, the promotion began to move away to non-specific attributes – like “Thumbs up to Michigan,” “Say Yes, Michigan,” “Yes! Michigan” and finally “Pure Michigan.”. The 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, 2022. The State of Michigan requires corporations to regRecent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and Present Dec 17, 2022 ; 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, 2022Naturalization is the process by which a person born outside the United States becomes an American citizen. Citizenship records can provide a wealth of information to family historians. The amount of information varies by year, but can include the date and location of a person's birth, occupation, immigration year, marital status and spouse ... Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and The exhibit "Secret Lives of Michigan Objects" opened at the Michigan History Museum in Lansing in June 2019 and will be on view through May 2020. It explores how Michigan's stuff tells Michigan's stories, the way your own stuff tells your story. Broken into multiple smaller sections, the exhibit invites museum visitors to explore what ... Recent Stories. Mining in Michigan-Past and P...

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