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A finding aid for the microfilm collection of Archdiocese of Detroit records available at the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library.
Provides historical and cultural information on the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan and other Great Lakes Anishinabek.
Documenting over thirty years of Detroit history from African American perspectives, this collection of programs includes interviews, round-table discussions, field-produced features and artistic performances featuring African Americans, many of who are among the nation's most recognized and controversial figures, and provides the visual and audio context of key debates and discussions...
Maintained by the Michigan Department of Human Services, this site has resources for searchers.
seeks to preserve stories from the Ypsilanti African American community. Members of this well-organized community lived through the Jim Crow era, fought racism during WWII, and led the local Civil Rights movement. Spanning several generations, these interviews illuminate eras of profound social change and offer an intimate look into the social, home, and political life of a historic Michigan...
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