Sustainability and green preservation

SUSTAINABILITY AND GREEN PRESERVATION TOPIC OF UPCOMING TALK LINCOLN PARK, MICHIGAN,  August 26, 2009 – The Lincoln Park Historical Museum and the Lincoln Park Preservation Alliance are co-hosting a presentation on structure, community sustainability and green preservation.   “PastForward” is a project of Preservation Wayne’s consulting architect, Mike Kirk, AIA, LEED AP.  Mike Kirk is a Principal … More Sustainability and green preservation

Hometown History Tours announces two Monroe, MI walking tours

Battle of the River Raisin (War of  1812) Saturday:  Sept 26 The War of 1812 usually doesn’t rank much interest when it comes to United States history, yet it’s considered by many as America’s second war for independence. The War of 1812 is filled with intrigue, drama and debate. Imagine the nation’s capital city  set … More Hometown History Tours announces two Monroe, MI walking tours

Woodward and Jefferson: markers and monuments commemorate Detroit’s rich history

History abounds at the corner of Detroit’s Woodward and Jefferson Avenue. Recently I spent a wonderful afternoon shooting pictures for my Civil War guide. I hadn’t been to Hart Plaza in years, but needed to visit this site for research. You see, a significant event occurred at the foot of Woodward during the Civil War. … More Woodward and Jefferson: markers and monuments commemorate Detroit’s rich history