September 16-20 Michigan at Gettysburg Deposit information

Reserve your seat/s for the September 16-20, 2010 Michigan at Gettysburg Bus Tour today! A $150 per person deposit reserves your seat/s. Deposits due by August 18, 2010. Final payment due August 31, 2010. Online Payment Click button below to pay by online by check or credit card. PayPal account not needed. Pay by Mail … More September 16-20 Michigan at Gettysburg Deposit information

Michigan at Gettysburg – A Civil War tour you won’t want to miss

A Civil War Tour You Won’t Want to Miss!  September 16 – 20, 2010 Michigan at Gettysburg  Click on link below for detailed tour itinerary GettysburgItinerary (Itinerary is correct, however dates should be September 16-20. I will change later tonight. Sorry for confusion) Click here to book tour and make payment Experience Gettysburg  by paying … More Michigan at Gettysburg – A Civil War tour you won’t want to miss

Detroit’s Boston Edison District once home to Mark Twain’s daughter Clara Clemens.

April 21, 2010 marks the 100th anniversary of the death of the famous American writer Samuel Clemens aka Mark Twain. Maybe this year,  the writer will even show up to celebrate this special occasion. The Hartford, Connecticut Mark Twain House and Museum is commemorating the centennial of his death with a Victorian seance and Ace … More Detroit’s Boston Edison District once home to Mark Twain’s daughter Clara Clemens.

Rules for Teachers Courtesy of East Detroit Historical Society

I came across the East Detroit Historical Society web page featuring the East Detroit Public Schools 1872 Halfway Schoolhouse. While I found the schoolhouse history, photographs and descriptions very interesting, as a former teacher, I really enjoyed the rules teachers had to follow. People always question the validity of  affirmative action laws, etc. You only … More Rules for Teachers Courtesy of East Detroit Historical Society

Stoves, Brooms and Baskets! Just a few of the industries that once flourished in Detroit and southeast Michigan

“Long before Detroit put the world on wheels it was warming the nation’s backsides and keeping its coffee hot. For years the city was the world’s foremost manufacturer of stoves and kitchen ranges.” … More Stoves, Brooms and Baskets! Just a few of the industries that once flourished in Detroit and southeast Michigan