At Gettysburg, on July 3, 1863, the Michigan Cavalry Brigade made what Colonel Russell Alger called “the most gallant charge of the war.”
On September 28, 1861, at Camp Lyons near Detroit, the First Michigan Cavalry regiment received a heavily-fringed blue silk flag—a standard—with the federal coat of arms.
A family’s story can be told through the papers it leaves behind.
The Michigan Chorale gave Michigan students the opportunity...
Martha Edna Wright Griffiths, stateswoman and champion...
The Archives of Michigan is thrilled to announce that...
Death Records, 1921-1952
Documents, Family History, Primary Sources
State Census, 1827-1874
State Census, 1884-1894
Documents, Family History