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Ionia, Ionia County, Michigan Terr’y. Published by Pendletons Lithography in Boston in 1835, probably for Nathaniel Brown.
Beginning in the nineteenth century, immigrants to Michigan massively changed the landscape through l
From 1850-1856, James Jesse Strang (image below) lived on Beaver Island as a self-appointed king among the Mormon adherents who declared allegiance to him after the death of Joseph Smith. Strang comman
This three hour workshop gives participants the opportunity to learn QGIS, the free and open source geospatial software package. The workshop content revolves around solving a research/planning question using data about Detroit.
We are hosting two more fun and useful workshops this semester!
Part of the black-ink plate to the 1912 Lansing topographic map.
East Lansing and MSC, 1926