LBC Guide to Michigan History

This guide offers 16 lessons each two weeks in length. The book covers Michigan history from the first peoples such as the Ojibway Indians to lumber-era up to through Henry Ford and the automobile to the present. There are eight historic eras in all. Each lesson gives objectives, a booklist of books that can easily be purchased used or borrowed from the library. Includes discussion question, writing activities and project ideas.

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98 pages

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A guide to using great literature to tell the story of Michigan’s past.

Preview Sample of Michigan History Guide

From the introduction:
I have traveled and lived all over the state of Michigan; east, west, south, and north, especially north. I found stories everywhere I went and enjoyed them all. This study guide is a result of my love affair with Michigan. My hope is that through the stories, legends, and true-life accounts of Michigan’s rich past and present you will come to love her as I do and discover there is always more to learn and to love.

~Sheila Carroll