Chronicle is the membership magazine of the Historical Society of Michigan. It is a gem of a resource. If you aren’t a member and love Michigan history we recommend you join just to get the magazine if nothing else. You can subscribe here.
Here are a couple points of interest taken from the Chronicle, Vol. 35, No.3, Fall 2012.
In Pellston, through the spring of 2013, the Little Traverse Bay bands of Odawa Indians, Emmet County and its historical commission, along with Petersburg National Battlefield present “Soldiers in the Shadows”. The exhibit, featured at Pellston Regional Airport, tells the story of the first Michigan sharpshooters, Company K, and Michigan’s Anishnaabek who comprised one of the largest all-Indian units for the Union Army during the Civil War. For more information, visit www.emmetcounty.org or call 231-348-1704.
And for those long winter days when you want to curl up in front of the fire with a good book, check these out (again recommendations from Chronicle, Vol. 35, No. 3, Fall 2012):
The Ghost in the Tower
The Lone Wolverine
Women Lighthouse Keepers of Lake Michigan
And for the children: Cubbie the Mackinaw Island Bear