The Upper Peninsula History Conference and Michigan History Conference Move to Virtual Formats in 2021
The Historical Society of Michigan has made the difficult decision to shift its remaining annual conferences—the Upper Peninsula History Conference and the Michigan History Conference—to a virtual format for 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michigan students were among the thousands of participants competing in the virtual 2021 National History Day contest on June 13-19, 2021. Ten Michigan students received special honors at this year’s competition—including a first-place finish and one special prize.
HSM wants you to share your favorite stories in our magazines! Our two popular magazines offer several places to feature your organization, your favorite topics, or whatever sparks your sense of curiosity. Join this Michigan History Alliance (MHA) meeting for a conversation with our editor in chief, where you’ll learn how to pitch and write an article for Michigan History and Chronicle.
Meta, the owner of Facebook and other platforms, is one of the largest social media companies in the world. In this Michigan History Alliance (MHA) meeting, explore the Meta Business Suite, a one-stop shop for navigating your combined Facebook and Instagram accounts. Learn about its many tools that make using Facebook simple for businesses.
How did letters from Queen Victoria's daughters end up in the Little Traverse History Museum?
The Historical Society of Michigan (HSM) has announced the recipients of its first annual Michigan History Alliance® Grants. HSM awarded grants totaling $25,080 to 14 of its member organizations throughout Michigan.