Upper Peninsula (Mich.).
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 279 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Cassette Audio Cabinet: 2, Shelf: 9
Scope and Contents Note This oral history interview with Judge Garfield W. Hood documents the history of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community tribal court and government. Judge Hood was interviewed by Debra Williams. The complete interview is available online at the Recorded in Stone web site: http://voices.nmu.edu.
Scope and Contents note Contains materials related to the immigration, emigration and lives of ethnic groups in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Scope and Content Note This collection documents the activities of Iron Workers Local 783. The collection consists of by-laws, meeting minutes, contracts, correspondence, financial records, audits, Pension Fund, Benefit Fund, and Health and Welfare Trust records. The collection also includes election information. The significant components of the collection are the by-laws, contracts, and a complete set of membership meeting minutes since 1957.Bylaws and Meeting Minutes, 1957-1997 Records include a...
Scope and Contents note This collection includes a membership roll and dues book from 1922 covering various local Italian-American fraternal associations in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (see Russell M. Magnaghi's "Miners, Merchants, and Midwives" (1987), pp. 65-72). Also included are correspondence from Italian-Americans to Msgr. David Spelgatti of Ishpeming, Michigan. The collection is entirely in Italian.
Scope and Contents note This collection primarily consists of audiotapes of the interviews, arranged alphabetically by interviewee surname, as well as an inventory of contents, a subject index to the interviews, and transcripts and/or summaries of certain interviews. Also included are some student papers that used the project's interviews as sources.
Scope and Contents note The Dominic Jacobetti Collection documents his position as Representative from Marquette County and the Upper Peninsula, including his activities on the House Appropriations Committee and several other committees on which he served. His position as Representative encompassed at various times the 108th, 109th, and 110th Districts. The records cover the years 1954 to 1994 and include a wealth of materials pertaining to the following:Ø Upper Peninsula local governments,...
Dates: 1954-1994; Majority of material found within 1975 - 1994
Collection — Box Microfilm Cabinet 1--Drawer 3
Scope and Contents The collection includes Pitezel’s correspondence mostly to family and friends (with notes and related materials), journals, and writings (essays and a poem), many of which later became books.Most of his letters are to his mother, brother, Joshua, and sisters, Caroline and Mary. They detail his religious activities, beliefs, the people and situations in which he traveled, preached, and lived, family news, the weather, and illnesses. He was strongly anti-Catholic and reported often on...
Dates: 1824 - 1889
Collection — Box 09-05-03
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a cloth-bound field journal and a bound scrapbook. The field journal is embossed with the title: “Simmons Wood, Biological Survey; By John W. Lowe. June 20, 1930.” The field journal contains a research journal documenting the field work done at Simmons Wood, located in Western Mackinac County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The journal has information relating to lakes, streams, game animals, birds, and plants that can be found in Simmons Wood. It also includes...
Dates: 1930 - 1938
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