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Genesee County Museums and History
Step back in time and discover the rich history of Flint & Genesee. In the region that took four wheels and a motor and started a revolution – visit Flint & Genesee’s historic districts, landmarks, community museums, and cemeteries and learn the sagas of important area figures like Jacob Smith, J. Dallas Dort, and Charles S. Mott. Stop by Sloan Museum, one of Flint & Genesee’s largest, that highlights regional history, historic automobiles, and hands-on science. Not far away, the Flint Children’s Museum awakens children’s imagination through exploration and hands-on play. Be transported back in time at Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad where 34 historic buildings recreate a small village in Michigan in the late 1800s.
Clio Area Historical Association
Housed in the town's former Pere Marquette Railroad depot.
Flint Genealogical Society
To fulfill our purpose, the Flint Genealogical Society steadily procures additional research Holdings which are made available for public use, without charge, for family history research. We also offer for sale a growing list of over forty of our own Publications pertaining to the Flint and Genesee County area, including portions of surrounding counties.
Genesee County Historical Society
The preservation of historic landmarks in the county is one aim of the Genesee County Historical Society. It contributed the first $1000 toward Crossroads Village and has given assistance and financial support to Whaley Historical House. The Society is the sponsor for the preservation of the Durant-Dort office building (our new home), and the Vernors Wall.
Montrose Historical & Telephone Pioneer Museum
Making connections with the past is what the Montrose Historical and Telephone Pioneer Museum is all about. The telephone museum is the first of its kind in Michigan and is coupled with the Montrose Area Historical Association’s Museum. The two share a building built in the fifties to house the Public Service Telephone Company of Montrose.
Grand Blanc Heritage Museum
Activities of the Museum include: five newsletters a year, monthly member programs, tours, genealogical information and research, quilting and weaving, research for State Historical markers, preservation of the Heritage Museum building, transcription of letters, diaries, ledgers and public records, restoration and electronic preservation of photographs, and publishing books of local history. Special public events include: Memorial Day Weekend Open House, Old-Fashioned Christmas Program, and a Bi-Annual Quilt Show.
State of Michigan
Historical Society of Michigan
The Historical Society of Michigan (HSM) is the state’s oldest cultural organization, founded in 1828 by territorial governor Lewis Cass and explorer Henry Schoolcraft. The Society helps to connect Michigan’s past to students, educators, historical organizations and the public through educational programs, conferences, publications, awards, workshops, referral services, networking opportunities, and support for local history organizations.
Great Lakes history
Great Lakes Historical Society
Founded on May 11, 1944, the mission of the Great Lakes Historical Society (GLHS) is to preserve and make known the history of the Great Lakes. We achieve that mission by:
Operating the National Museum of the Great Lakes, the SS Col. James M. Schoonmaker Museum Ship, and a maritime park in Toledo, Ohio;
Publishing our award winning quarterly journal Inland Seas®;
Conducting nautical archaeology research through our Peachman Great Lakes Shipwreck Research Program;
Offering educational programs to children and adults alike.
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