Explore the Michigan story through these topics and collections designed to help you dig deep into the Michigan story. For more information on how the materials on LM Digital are organized, see the About page.
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These pages group multiple collections with a shared theme.
Michigan's state capitol buildings (Did you know there have been three?) have served as the center of state government since 1824. Check out the materials here that provide a visual and written history of these iconic buildings.
The Library of Michigan is required by law to collect and provide perpetual access to published state government information. These collections contain authoritative legal resources, government reports, statistical data, guidelines and handbooks and other documents designed to provide transparency and enhance the connection between government and citizen. Also included here are select regional, local and tribal government resources.
View unique photographs and other documents from the Presque Isle County Historical Museum and the Presque Isle District Library celebrating 150 years of local history impacted by lumbering, farming, the largest limestone quarry in the world, a busy shipping harbor, and the immigration of workers drawn by the promise of jobs in these industries.