Join us for a one hour film screening of Warrior Lawyers: Defenders of Sacred Justice by Audrey Geyer about Native American ogichidaa - “peaceful warriors that stand up for the people,” nation re-building, and tribal justice.
The Historical Society of Michigan (HSM) is pleased to announce its 2023 conference schedule.
“Can you give a program for our club?” Presentations are always in demand, and a PowerPoint program can be dynamic and fun – or clunky and deadly dull. Join the Historical Society of Michigan staff to learn how to best use PowerPoint to create and deliver entertaining and informative programs.
Was he the “first to fly?” In 1898, five years before the Wright Brothers’ first flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, Augustus Herring flew a powered aircraft on Silver Beach in St. Joseph, Michigan. Could he claim to be the first airplane pilot? Join us to learn about this pioneering, controversial aviator and his flight along the Lake Michigan shore.
Henry Ford forever changed the world’s industrial landscape—but his life was not without controversy. In this presentation, the speaker will show excerpts from his documentary art film, 10 Questions for Henry Ford, which draws on newspaper interviews, archival film, oral histories, and Ford’s personal notebooks to contrast the popular Ford myth with a far more complicated reality.
Visit Gordan Hall and enjoy the beautiful holiday decorations!