Guide to Civil War and Underground Railroad Sites on Ebay

I have 25 copies left of my initial printing of Glory, Valor & Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan’s Contribution to the Civil War up for sale on EBAY. I have since expanded and reprinted the guide, therefore, I’m offering this publication for sale at cost or a 50% discount off of current guidebook price. Plus, $1 from … More Guide to Civil War and Underground Railroad Sites on Ebay

Civil War guidebook of Southeast Michigan

Get your updated copy of Glory, Valor and Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan’s Contribution to the Civil War today! Click here for info on our narrated bus tours to these sites From the chair President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in to the hometown of the infamous Civil War hero General George Armstrong Custer, Glory, Valor & Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan’s … More Civil War guidebook of Southeast Michigan

SE MI Heritage Tourism Networking Event featured speaker bio: Nancy Darga

Nancy Darga is the Managing Director of MotorCities National Heritage Area. Ms. Darga is one of the founding members of this organization that was dedicated by Congress in 1989.    The former president of Fortunate Land Planning & Design which specializes in heritage tour development is a licensed landscape architect. She served as Chief of Design for Wayne County Parks … More SE MI Heritage Tourism Networking Event featured speaker bio: Nancy Darga

SE MI Heritage Tourism Networking Event featured speaker bio: Scott J. Bentley

    Scott J. Bentley, former Superintendent at San Antonio Missions National Historical Park in Texas, is the first Superintendent of the River Raisin National Battlefield Park located in Monroe, Mich.    Bentley, a 19-year National Park Service (NPS) veteran and native of Hillsdale, Michigan, reported for this new position on January 16, 2011. “Scott … More SE MI Heritage Tourism Networking Event featured speaker bio: Scott J. Bentley

Remains of Michigan’s first governor found | detnews.com | The Detroit News

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