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works with libraries and historical organizations, throughout the Upper Peninsula, to contribute to a digital collection about the state's history.
The story of American agriculture is captured in a broad band of documentary resources ranging from the memoirs and transactions of early agriculture societies to newspapers and almanacs; family, community, and corporate archives; and state and county extension service publications.
The Governing Michigan portal (GoverningMichigan.org) provides access to electronic versions of selected Michigan government publications collected by the Library of Michigan. The documents presented here originate from Michigan state government websites or as a result of digitizing existing print materials owned by the Library of Michigan which is the official repository for Michigan state...
The National Archives holds information about American Indians who maintained their ties to Federally-recognized Tribes (1830-1970).
is a digital preservation repository and highly functional access platform. Drawing on a full range of library collections the repository contains significant amounts of Michigan material often published outside of the state.
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