A quarterly magazine for our members
Chronicle magazine is the membership publication of the Historical Society of Michigan and reaches all of the Society’s 5,000-plus individual and organizational members. Issued quarterly, the magazine contains articles that celebrate Michigan’s history and the preservation of the state’s diverse cultures and heritages.
In addition, Chronicle's special sections provide promotion and awareness for the Society’s organizational members and offer ideas and inspiration for individual history advocates.
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Along with Chronicle magazine, HSM members receive several membership benefits including bonus Chronicle content, digital access to Chronicle and Michigan History magazines, free access to History Hounds® lectures, and more! Access all of your membership benefits by logging in to our website and visiting our Member Benefits page.
Inside Our Current Issue
- From Flame to Filament: Lighting in Michigan
- An Illuminating Lady: Elizabeth Whitney Williams
- Losing Steam: Diesel Locomotives in Southeast Michigan
- A Historic Muskegon Image, Saved From Destruction—Again!
- The Duke in the U.P.: Ellington Plays Ishpeming
- Michigan History Day® and National History Day Champions
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Both of HSM's magazines rely on outside writers for our feature story and special section content. The next article could be written by YOU! First-time writers, journalists, academics, and seasoned authors are all welcome to query and submit their ideas for review. Learn more about that process on our Submissions Guidelines page.