Isn’t This How is Should Work?

We are continually trying to tweak and improve the SeekingMichigan web site.  To date, we’ve put out over a million records and images online.  We hope to launch an e-commerce module in the next month, and then look at comments, ratings etc.  We have also begun to build out resources like our Michigan County ClerksContinue reading “Isn’t This How is Should Work?”

Seeking Michigan

The Archives of Michigan is excited to announce that is will be redesigning it’s existing content management site, http://www.archivesofmichigan.org.  This is a joint project with the Library of Michigan.  Plans include expanding content including over 1,000,000 death records, 70,000 land patent records, photographs and maps. We have contracted with Greg Storey and Airbag Industries, Inc. Continue reading “Seeking Michigan”

Michigan Elections Database

With Michigan’s primary right around the corner, the Department of History, Arts and Libraries today announced the availability of Michigan’s Precinct Results Databases online at http://www.michiganelections.org. The Precinct Results Databases – used to certify and distribute the official results of each election – were created by the Michigan Bureau of Elections, Department of State, andContinue reading “Michigan Elections Database”

Archives of Michigan reaches out to the arts

Getting back into the swing of things… Greetings from the Archives of Michigan. Yes, I am still here plugging away. We finished an extremely busy fall which included over 20 Family History Month programs in October and a flurry of grant writing. We capped the Fall season with a music concert titled “Shout Sister Shout”Continue reading “Archives of Michigan reaches out to the arts”