[Michlib-l] HISTORY HOUNDS: What Could Have Been: Britain's Plan for Detroit - June 14

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Upcoming Lecture . Wednesday, June 14

 

What Could Have Been: 
Britain's Plan for Detroit

 

with Brian Dunnigan, William L. Clements Library - University of Michigan

 

Seating is limited! Reserve your spot now.
Participants can "attend" remotely too.

 

 <http://www.hsmichigan.org/programs/history-hounds-lecture-series/> Learn
more and register on our website.

 

History HoundsT is FREE for members of the Historical Society of Michigan.
Membership is required for participation. 

 <http://www.hsmichigan.org/join/individual-memberships/> If you are not a
member but would like to become one, see our membership page.

 

"What Could Have Been: Britain's Plan for Detroit" will take place on
Wednesday, June 14, at 7 p.m.

 

Through a chain of coincidences, the William L. Clements Library discovered
a previously unknown map of Detroit drawn in 1790, which contains details
not represented in other plans for the city. Join us in the exploration of
the map's details in comparison to other known plans of pre-1800 Detroit.

 

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If you enjoy "sniffing out" and exploring Michigan's most fascinating
historical facets, join us for our evening series of in-depth lectures. The
Historical Society of Michigan's History HoundsT Lecture Series allows
attendees to delve into Michigan's history and dig up a bone or two of new
appreciation to take home.

 

History HoundsT is FREE for members of the Historical Society of Michigan.
Membership is required for participation. 

 <http://www.hsmichigan.org/join/individual-memberships/> If you are not a
member but would like to become one, see our membership page.

 

 <http://www.hsmichigan.org/programs/history-hounds-lecture-series/> To
register for a lecture, use our secure online registration forms or call
(800) 692-1828.

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organization, founded in 1828 by territorial governor Lewis Cass and
explorer Henry Schoolcraft. A nongovernmental nonprofit, the Society focuses
on publications, conferences, education, awards and recognition programming,
and support for local history organizations to preserve and promote
Michigan's rich history.

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 <http://www.hsmichigan.org/programs/history-hounds-lecture-series/> To
register for a lecture, use our secure online registration forms or call
(800) 692-1828.

 

Lectures start at 7 p.m. (unless noted) at the Meijer Education Center at
the Historical Society of Michigan, 5815 Executive Dr., Lansing, Michigan.
The lecture and Q&As usually last about an hour.

 

Seating is limited and pre-registration is suggested but not required.
Walk-ins are welcome.

 

History HoundsT is FREE for members of the Historical Society of Michigan.
Membership is required for participation. 

 <http://www.hsmichigan.org/join/individual-memberships/> If you are not a
member but would like to become one, see our membership page.

 

Participants can "attend" remotely, if they prefer, through Zoom Video
Communications and will be able to interact with the speaker and other
attendees.*

 

For in-person attendees, light refreshments will be available.

 

*For full interaction, microphone and webcam are required on your device.
Instructions on how to remote-in to the workshop will be sent to attendees.

 

 <http://www.hsmichigan.org/programs/history-hounds-lecture-series/> To
register for a lecture, use our secure online registration forms or call
(800) 692-1828.

 

 


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