State of Michigan

    Welcome! This page is designed to be the central page for history, geneology and historical markers at the state level.


Michigan
History-Related Pages
    Secretary of State The Secretary of State, Candice S. Miller, is the official State Historian. The Index here will lead to most state-related historical sites.
    Museums Michigan Historical Museum System. This is one of the five sections of the Michigan Historic Center.
    Archives The State Archives of Michigan. The archives' holdings are particularly valuable in tracing genealogy, legislation, land surveys, military service and governmental policy on mental health, public health, education, labor, welfare and corrections. This is one of the five sections of the Michigan Historic Center.
    Archeology Office of the State Archeologist. The office maintains the state archaeological site file and artifact collected from state lands. It also reviews diverse state and federal projects to determine their potential impact on Michigan's archaeological resources. This is one of the five sections of the Michigan Historic Center.
    Preservation Established in response to the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) identifies, evaluates, registers, interprets and protects Michigan's wealth of historic properties, from significant buildings to shipwrecked vessels. This is one of the five sections of the Michigan Historic Center.
    Magazine Michigan History Magazine. Welcome to the nation's leading state history magazine! This is one of the five sections of the Michigan Historic Center.


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