- COVID-19: Save Your Story
Collecting stories of Michiganders during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
- Woman's Suffrage in Michigan: A Timeline of the Movement
- The Library of Michigan Presents: Michigan in Brief
Facts on Michigan's history, state symbols, population, geography, economy and more.
- Michigan Collection at the Library of Michigan
The Library collects and maintains materials about the state, its people and their history.
The Michigan Collection contains a wealth of historical and contemporary resources specific to Michigan counties. They include books, maps, newspapers, government publications and more. A valuable resource for anyone needing accurate details for a Michigan location.
Read your way through Michigan with Fiction and Non-Fiction titles highlighting the rich literary culture of our state.
The Michigan Bibliographies are lists of materials of potential interest to Michigan researchers. Each bibliography is a set of edited content on chosen topics relevant to Michigan history, culture or exhibits housed on the Library of Michigan.
Michigan Digital Collections
The Michigan Digital Collection is composed of works traditionally housed in the Michigan Collection. Due to date of publication or copyright permission these items can be made available in digital format. Some items may only exist in digital format.
Michigan Imprints 1851-1876
The American Imprints Inventory was conducted by the Work Projects Administration to identify materials that emanated from selected states. Michigan’s partial list, Preliminary Check List of Michigan Imprints, 1796-1850 was released in 1942. Michigan Imprints, continues the work halted during WWII.