2011 Metro Detroit / SE Michigan History Related Events and Things-To-Do compiled in part by Ronda Stiffler If you’d like to list your event, please email details to: k[underscore]risko[at]yahoo[dot]com Ongoing When: Through October 2, 2011 What: Exhibit Fashion & the Automobile Where: Model T Automotive Heritage Complex, Inc. 461 Piquette Avenue, Detroit Further information: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fashion-and-the-Automobile-An-Exhibit-in-10-Eras/203914872984602 … More 2011 Metro-Detroit & SE Michigan History-related Event Calendar
In June 2010, the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) announced it was putting the Custer guidon found at the famed Battle at the Little Big Horn up for auction with Sotheby’s. Read original article here. The auction will take place on December 10, 2010. Read more here.
Explore southeast Michigan and allow our region’s storied past to unfold! Detroit Institute of Art (DIA) to sell Custer guidon 134 years ago today (June 25) George Armstrong Custer and members of the 7th Cavalry were killed at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, the DIA announces it will sell the Custer guidon that is … More Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) to sell Custer guidon
For Immediate Release Travel Michigan’s David Lorenz to Speak at Southeast Michigan Heritage Tourism Networking Event Conference Promotes Regional Collaboration to Market Local History and Rebuild Economy Grosse Ile, MI – Thursday, February 17, 2010- Is southeast Michigan’s history an untapped resource? Can the region’s rich heritage be the key to its survival and economic … More Travel Michigan’s David Lorenz to Speak at SE MI Heritage Tourism Networking Event
Donovin Sprague, reknowned Native American author and educational director of the Crazy Horse Memorial, is the keynote speaker at this year’s Custer Week celebration that takes place October 3rd – 10th in the famous General’s hometown of Monroe, Michigan. Sprague, a direct descendant of Hump and Crazy Horse, will speak about Hump and Crazy Horse … More Donovin Sprague, descendent of Crazy Horse and Hump, speaks at 2009 Custer Week program.