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View Resource Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music

 "Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music" contains more than 62,500 pieces of historical sheet music registered for US copyright: more than 15,000 registered during the years 1820-1860 and more than 47,000 registered during the years 1870-1885. This collection, indexed by author, title, and subject, as well as searchable by keyword, is a part of the American Memory...

http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/mussmhtml/mussmhome.html
View Resource One Room Schools: Michigan's Educational Legacy

Several generations of Michigan children received their education in one-room schools. This web exhibit is divided into five sections. The first four explore the teachers and their education, the experiences of the students, a typical day in a one-room school, and the buildings themselves. The last section, a bibliography, includes an extensive listing of one-room school textbooks that are found...

https://www.cmich.edu/library/clarke/ResearchResources/Michi...
View Resource Studies of Pedestrians in Detroit, Michigan

150 Studies of Pedestrians in Detroit, Michigan, Commissioned by Fortune Magazine for "Labor Anonymous", Published November 1946] Walker Evans, American, St. Louis, Missouri 1903–1975 New Haven, Connecticut

http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/se...
View Resource Woods and Water: Folksongs from Michigan History

The folk songs in this album preserve a direct link to the lives of lumbermen, ore haulers on the Great Lakes, and immigrant farmers in nineteenth-century Michigan. Listen as Duane Starcher performs the following titles: Michigan-I-A, The Bigler, The Little Brown Bulls, Red Iron Ore, Once More a-Lumbering Go, On Mee-shee-gan, Turner?s Camp on the Chippewa, The Beaver Island Boys, The P...

http://www.secondcello.com/michiganfolksongs/
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