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Call Number: Circulating 977.4 C297m
Publication Date: 1976-04-01
Call Number: Circulating 977.4 R823
Publication Date: 2008-04-22
Informed by the latest research and taking the long and fascinating history of Michigan up to 2008
Call Number: Circulating 977.4 D911m 1995
Publication Date: 1995-09-01
This book examines Michigan's colorful history from 1980 to 1994. George May has used the large body of new studies that have appeared in recent years to expand and improve the book's coverage of Indians, African Americans, various ethnic groups, recent political developments, labor and business, and numerous other topics.
Michigan's Historic Sites Online
3,500+ historic sites with the ability to locate and map historic sites across the state of Michigan, on the Lower Peninsula and the Upper, in urban areas as well as rural
Michigan Travel & Tourism
Michigan Companion by
Call Number: Reference 977.4 W855 2012
Publication Date: 2011-06-01
Features more than 1,200 entries that explore the most significant, best known, and most influential people, places, events, organizations, products, history, and other subjects about Michigan.
MichiganTravel Counts Household Travel Survey
Call Number: website
Michigan Department of Transportation MDOT's public transit, bus routes, rail travel, bicycling, bridges, borders and ferries, maps, traffic construction information.
Call Number: website
public relations campaign to further Michigan travel & tourism
Tasting and Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food by
Call Number: Circulating 381.41 B392
Publication Date: 2011-03-15
This book explores Michigan's astonishingly vast peninsulas both with varied landscapes. With stunning photography of Dianne Carroll Burdick Michigan's flavor frontier became a photo essay. The culinary search for Michigan's homegrown connects us to this place we call Michigan.
Michigan Native Americans