The Michigan Iron Industry Museum in Negaunee is re-opening to the public on Wednesday, June 2! Summer hours are Wednesday through Sundays, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is free. Located eight miles west of the city of Marquette in the forested ravines of the Marquette Iron Range, the...The post Michigan Iron Industry Museum re-opens June 2, 2021 first appeared on Broadcast-everywhere.net.
Local historians and Northern Michigan University alumni Barry James (’92) and Troy Henderson (’99) will give a virtual presentation on Upper Peninsula history for the next Northern Now event for NMU alumni and friends. Their free presentation begins at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, May 26. James and Henderson will discuss...The post ‘Northern Now’ Focuses on U.P. History Wednesday May 26, 2021 first appeared on Broadcast-everywhere.net.
The Marquette Regional History Center presents the Special Exhibit: The Story Behind Their Clothes April 26, 2021 – January 8, 2022 What do Yoopers wear? Yoopers have been pioneers, Victorian businessmen, farming women, immigrant families, Northern students and more. These clothes represent some of the many ordinary people who helped...The post MRHC presents the Special Exhibit: The Story Behind Their Clothes April 26, 2021 first appeared on Broadcast-everywhere.net.
The Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center at Northern Michigan University will reopen its gallery to the general public on Monday, March 8. Visitation will be limited to six people at one time. Reservations, face masks and proper social distancing are required. The center’s current exhibition is titled “Conflict and Resolve: Labor...The post NMU’s Beaumier Center Reopens on Limited Basis March 8, 2021 first appeared on Broadcast-everywhere.net.
Northern Michigan University has received a $100,000 grant to launch UPLINK, a collaborative, regional digital network that will enable U.P. heritage organizations to preserve historical manuscript collections and offer online public access. The two-year project is being supported by a National Archives’ National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) implementation...The post UPLINK to Digitize U.P. History January 19, 2021 first appeared on Broadcast-everywhere.net.
Marquette Regional History Center has recently opened a new display: “Goose Lake Findings First Contact Between Two Cultures.” This permanent display shows five Jesuit or iconographic rings and some of the many artifacts, dating to the 1630s at the Goose Lake outlet in Marquette County. The site was used as...The post MRHC presents new display: “Goose Lake Findings First Contact Between Two Cultures” January 18, 2021 first appeared on Broadcast-everywhere.net.