They thought finding the remains of Michigan’s first governor (the Boy Governor) would be a cinch, especially since his remains had been relocated in 1955. Everyone was getting nervous though today and yesterday, when construction workers worked to unearth the remains for removal to another part of Capitol Park but couldn’t find any evidence. Well, … More Remains of Michigan’s first governor found | detnews.com | The Detroit News
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For Immediate Release Hometown History Tours is pleased to announce that David Ingall of Temperance, Michigan will serve as guest narrator for the Southeast Michigan Civil War Remembrance Lunch & Learn Bus Tours, the Battle of the River Raisin War of 1812 Walking Tours, and the 5-day Michigan at Gettysburg Bus Tour. “I’m please to … More David Ingall to narrate Michigan-based Hometown History Tours Civil War, War of 1812 bus and walking tours
River Raisin Walking Tours Registration Click here for detailed tour information Book tours by mail 1. Call 734.642.5712 first to make phone reservation 2. Follow by mailing check for appropriate amount to: Hometown History Tours 24410 Hickory Drive Grosse Ile, MI 48138 Book tickets online using PayPal Click on links of desired Battle of the … More River Raisin Walking Tours Registration
“The thing to remember when you hear people bashing Detroit is it’s the largest engineering center in the world. Detroit took this country from mud roads to suburban sprawl connected by ribbons of concrete and on to the moon.” … More Ford’s Forgotten Plant: Birthplace of the Model T
Explore southeast Michigan and allow our region’s storied past to unfold! In so Distant a Place as Traverse City: The Northern Michigan Relatives of Elizabeth Bacon Custer by Julie Schopiery The life story of General George Armstrong Custer is widely known, and biographies have been written about his wife, Elizabeth ( Libbie) Bacon Custer, who was a staunch supporter … More Book on Elizabeth (Libbie) Bacon Custer’s Traverse City Roots
Battle of the River Raisin (War of 1812) Saturdays: July 31, August 21, September 25 To book tour, click here Sandwiched between the Revolutionary War and Civil War, the War of 1812 usually doesn’t garner much attention in the scheme of our nation’s history, yet this event is considered by many to be America’s second war for independence. … More Battle of the River Raisin Walking Tours