1st - Teens Using Drugs: What To Know and What To Do. Part One: What To Know ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
1861 The 1st Michigan Infantry is mustered into service of the United States at Detroit.
1933 The Civilian Conservation Corps comes to Michigan.
1921 Sugar Ray Robinson is born.
1846 A woman, Ernestine Rose, addresses the Michigan legislature speaking about woman suffrage.
1831 The Detroit Free Press begins publishing.
1945 Singer/Songwriter, Bog Seger, is born
1763 Pontiac's Rebellion begins.
8th - Teens Using Drugs: What To Know and What To Do. Part Two: What To Do ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
1800 The Northwest Territory is divided.
1970 Walter P. Reuther dies.
1865 Michiganians capture Jefferson Davis.
12th - Home Party Expo ** 10:00am 4:00pm ~ Bad Axe ~ Huron County
1781 Mackinac Island is sold to the British.
1913 Theodore Roosevelt comes to Marquette.
14th - Mother's Day ** National Police Officers Memorial Day, a day honoring the officers who gave their lives protecting their communities.
1898 Bread prices skyrocket to the unheard-of price of a dime for a two-pound loaf due to the rise in the price of flour during the war with Spain.
15th - "Codependency" ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
1912 The Tigers go on strike.
1972 Voters approve a state lottery.
1673 Father Marquette and Louis Jolliet head west.
1927 Disaster in Bath as a bomb explodes in the Bath Consolidated School, killing 45 people and injuring 51 teachers and students.
1927 Born in Detroit, Charles Lindbergh flies across the Atlantic Ocean.
1921 Pitcher for the Detroit Tigers on the 1940s Hal Newhouser is born.
1696 King Louis XIV orders France's western Great Lakes outposts destroyed.
22nd - Relapse Prevention ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
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1749 "Come to Detroit" campaign is introduced.
25th - Ascension Day
1822 The steamship "Superior" from Buffalo, N.Y. arrives in Detroit.
1927 The last Model T is produced.
1960 Detroit's population drops by 9 percent.
1913 The Michigan Historical Commission is created.
29th - Memorial Day Observed Al-Anon: A Panel Discussion ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
1848 Lewis Cass is nominated for the presidency.
1930 A memorial was dedicated at Troy’s White Chapel Cemetery remembering the thousands of Michigan men who served in Russia during 1918-19. Sent to northern Russia to counter the Bolshevik Revolution, these American soldiers, nicknamed the “Polar Bears,” originally went to Europe to fight the Germans, not the Russians.
1942 The last civilian truck is produced before WWII.
All Michigan history is courtesy of Michigan History Magazine.