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1800 : Jane Johnston Schoolcraft Born
1800 : Jane Johnston Schoolcraft Born
Jan 31 all-day
1800 : Jane Johnston Schoolcraft Born
Jane Johnston Schoolcraft (her English name) or Bamewawagezhikaquay (her Ojibwe name), Woman of the Sound the Stars Make Rushing Through the Sky, was born in 1800 in Sault Ste. Marie in what is now the … Continue reading "1800 : Jane Johnston Schoolcraft Born"
1849 : New Detroit Fort Named Fort Wayne
1849 : New Detroit Fort Named Fort Wayne
Jan 31 all-day
1849 : New Detroit Fort Named Fort Wayne
On January 31, 1849, the new fort constructed in Detroit was named Fort Wayne, in honor of the late General “Mad” Anthony Wayne, whose victory at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794 eliminated the … Continue reading "1849 : New Detroit Fort Named Fort Wayne"
1865 : Michigan Congressional Delegation Helps Pass the 13th Amendment
1865 : Michigan Congressional Delegation Helps Pass the 13th Amendment
Jan 31 all-day
On January 31, 1865, the House of Representatives passed the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, eradicating slavery in America for good. There were six respresentatives from Michigan that day and all voted for … Continue reading "1865 : Michigan Congressional Delegation Helps Pass the 13th Amendment"
1945 : Michigan Soldier Executed for Desertion, First Since Civil War
1945 : Michigan Soldier Executed for Desertion, First Since Civil War
Jan 31 all-day
1945 : Michigan Soldier Executed for Desertion, First Since Civil War
On January 31, 1945, Pvt. Eddie Slovik of Hamtramck was executed for desertion in France during WWII. He was the first and only American soldier to be executed for desertion since the Civil War. Sources … Continue reading "1945 : Michigan Soldier Executed for Desertion, First Since Civil War"
1950 : Michigan Governor Calls for Higher Teacher Salaries
1950 : Michigan Governor Calls for Higher Teacher Salaries
Jan 31 all-day
Increased salaries for teachers with a pupil-teacher ratio of 18 to 1 were advocated by Gov. G. Mennen “Soapy” Williams in an address Sunday afternoon before the mid-winter graduating class of Western Michigan college. … … Continue reading "1950 : Michigan Governor Calls for Higher Teacher Salaries"
2004 : SPC Holly McGeogh, the Only Michigan Woman To Die in Operation Iraqi Freedom
2004 : SPC Holly McGeogh, the Only Michigan Woman To Die in Operation Iraqi Freedom
Jan 31 all-day
2004 : SPC Holly McGeogh, the Only Michigan Woman To Die in Operation Iraqi Freedom
Governor Gretchen Whitmer has signed a bill which will name a section of I-75 in Taylor, MI the “SPC Holly McGeogh Memorial Highway”. On Jan. 31, 2004 at age 19, Holly became the first, and … Continue reading "2004 : SPC Holly McGeogh, the Only Michigan Woman To Die in Operation Iraqi Freedom"
1802 : Detroit Receives City Charter from Northwest Territorial Government
1802 : Detroit Receives City Charter from Northwest Territorial Government
Feb 1 all-day
Detroit was incorporated as a town by the legislature of the Northwest Territory at Chillicothe, Ohio, and approved by Territorial Governor Arthur St. Clair on January 18, 1802, effective February 1, 1802. Government was administered by a five-person … Continue reading "1802 : Detroit Receives City Charter from Northwest Territorial Government"
1813 : British Commander of Newly Seized Detroit Orders Prominent Americans to Depart
1813 : British Commander of Newly Seized Detroit Orders Prominent Americans to Depart
Feb 1 all-day
After Detroit was captured in War of 1812, Colonel Henry Proctor, the British commander, declared martial law and ordered prominent Americans to leave Detroit. Source : Historical Society of Michigan. Letter from 29 Detroit Citizens … Continue reading "1813 : British Commander of Newly Seized Detroit Orders Prominent Americans to Depart"
1832 : Ann Arbor Newspaper Calls for Transcontinental Railroad
1832 : Ann Arbor Newspaper Calls for Transcontinental Railroad
Feb 1 all-day
On February 1, 1832, The Western Immigrant, an Ann Arbor newspaper, printed the first published proposal for a transcontinental railroad. Source: Michigan History Or was it February 6, 1832? See John Debo Galloway, The Transcontinental … Continue reading "1832 : Ann Arbor Newspaper Calls for Transcontinental Railroad"
1902 : MAC Defeats Alma, 102-3
1902 : MAC Defeats Alma, 102-3
Feb 1 all-day
On Sunday — Feb. 1, 1902 — the Michigan Agricultural College (MAC) Aggies hosted Alma College in East Lansing. It was George Denman’s debut as MAC’s coach and what an opener it was, a 102-3 … Continue reading "1902 : MAC Defeats Alma, 102-3"
1942 : Blue Star Mothers of America Formed in Flint
1942 : Blue Star Mothers of America Formed in Flint
Feb 1 all-day
On February 1, 1942, 300 mothers met in the Durant Hotel in Flint, Michigan to form the Blue Star Mothers of America, a patriotic service organization of women who had loved ones serving overseas. On … Continue reading "1942 : Blue Star Mothers of America Formed in Flint"
1967 : I-94 Completed
1967 : I-94 Completed
Feb 1 all-day
The last link of I-94 was completed, making Michigan the first state to have a border-to-border interstate highway. The seven-mile section of I-94 that opened through St. Clair Shores and Roseville completed the 275-mile highway … Continue reading "1967 : I-94 Completed"
1704 : Marie Therese Cadillac, First Child Baptized in Detroit
1704 : Marie Therese Cadillac, First Child Baptized in Detroit
Feb 2 all-day
1704 : Marie Therese Cadillac, First Child Baptized in Detroit
On February 2, 1704, Marie Therese Cadillac, daughter of the city’s founder, became the first child baptized in Detroit. She is born 9 months to the day that her mother arrived in Detroit from Montreal … Continue reading "1704 : Marie Therese Cadillac, First Child Baptized in Detroit"
1870: University of Michigan Admits First Female Student
1870: University of Michigan Admits First Female Student
Feb 2 all-day
1870: University of Michigan Admits First Female Student
On February 2, 1870, Elizabeth (Madelon) Stockwell from Kalamazoo was the first female admitted to the University of Michigan. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in June 1872. Stockwell came to the University … Continue reading "1870: University of Michigan Admits First Female Student"
1921 : Electric Streetcars Begin Operating in Detroit
1921 : Electric Streetcars Begin Operating in Detroit
Feb 2 all-day
1921 : Electric Streetcars Begin Operating in Detroit
On February 2, 1921, electric streetcars began operation in Detroit. Sources : Historical Society of Michigan. Detroit Transit History 19 pictures showing the history of Detroit’s streetcar system, Detroit Metro Times. Before the QLine: Detroit’s … Continue reading "1921 : Electric Streetcars Begin Operating in Detroit"
1936 : Ty Cobb One of First Players Elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame
1936 : Ty Cobb One of First Players Elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame
Feb 2 all-day
1936 : Ty Cobb One of First Players Elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame
On February 2, 1936,  Ty Cobb becomes one of the first players selected to enter the newly formed Baseball Hall of Fame. Sources : Michigan History Magazine Tyrus Raymond Cobb Inducted to the Hall of … Continue reading "1936 : Ty Cobb One of First Players Elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame"
1954 : Christie Brinkley Born, CoverGirl and a Whole Lot More
1954 : Christie Brinkley Born, CoverGirl and a Whole Lot More
Feb 2 all-day
1954 : Christie Brinkley Born, CoverGirl and a Whole Lot More
Believe it or not, but Christie Brinkley was born Christine Lee Hudson in Monroe, Michigan on February 2, 1954, although she moved to California with her family as a child. Brinkley gained worldwide fame beginning … Continue reading "1954 : Christie Brinkley Born, CoverGirl and a Whole Lot More"
1954 : Wings Play First Winter Classic At Marquette Prison
1954 : Wings Play First Winter Classic At Marquette Prison
Feb 2 all-day
1954 : Wings Play First Winter Classic At Marquette Prison
Recalling Red Wings vs. Prisoners. Doc Emrick takes a look back on the first outdoor game ever played by an NHL team, which was on Feb. 2, 1954 when the Detroit Red Wings played the … Continue reading "1954 : Wings Play First Winter Classic At Marquette Prison"
2011 : Michigan State University Suspends Classes For Fifth Time Because of a Blizzard
2011 : Michigan State University Suspends Classes For Fifth Time Because of a Blizzard
Feb 2 all-day
2011 : Michigan State University Suspends Classes For Fifth Time Because of a Blizzard
In what the National Weather Service called “a top 10 storm” for Michigan, Groundhog Day blizzard conditions brought about a foot of snow to mid-Michigan, along with high winds and frigid temperatures, creating dangerous wind … Continue reading "2011 : Michigan State University Suspends Classes For Fifth Time Because of a Blizzard"
2014 : Oakland University’s Travis Bader Sets NCAA Division I Record for 3-Point Shots
2014 : Oakland University’s Travis Bader Sets NCAA Division I Record for 3-Point Shots
Feb 2 all-day
Oakland University’s Travis Bader set the NCAA Division I record for the most career 3-pointers on Sunday against Milwaukee, surpassing the previous mark of 457 set by Duke’s J.J. Redick. Bader, who entered the game … Continue reading "2014 : Oakland University’s Travis Bader Sets NCAA Division I Record for 3-Point Shots"
2015 : MSU Suspends Classes Until Noon; University of Michigan Cancels Classes for Entire Day
2015 : MSU Suspends Classes Until Noon; University of Michigan Cancels Classes for Entire Day
Feb 2 all-day
For the sixth time in its history, MSU suspended classes — at least for the morning – because of a heavy snowfall. The Lansing area got between 10 and 12 inches of snow in Sunday’s … Continue reading "2015 : MSU Suspends Classes Until Noon; University of Michigan Cancels Classes for Entire Day"
1838 : Michigan Central Railroad Boards Passengers for First Time
1838 : Michigan Central Railroad Boards Passengers for First Time
Feb 3 all-day
1838 : Michigan Central Railroad Boards Passengers for First Time
On February 3, 1838, passengers rode the Michigan Central Railroad for the first time, from Detroit to Ypsilanti. Michigan Central Railroad (Battle Creek Depot Station) opened on July 27, 1888. Michigan Central Railroad (Ann Arbor … Continue reading "1838 : Michigan Central Railroad Boards Passengers for First Time"
1856: Julius Stroh Born, Detroit Brewer
1856: Julius Stroh Born, Detroit Brewer
Feb 3 all-day
1856: Julius Stroh Born, Detroit Brewer
Today is the birthday of Julius Stroh (February 3, 1856-June 2, 1939). He was born in Michigan, the son of Bernard Stroh, who founded the Stroh Brewery in Detroit, Michigan in 1850. After his father … Continue reading "1856: Julius Stroh Born, Detroit Brewer"
1889 : Hammond Building Becomes Detroit’s First Skyscraper
1889 : Hammond Building Becomes Detroit’s First Skyscraper
Feb 3 all-day
1889 : Hammond Building Becomes Detroit's First Skyscraper
On February 3, 1889, the ten-story Hammond Building became Detroit’s first skyscraper. Located at West Fort and Griswold Streets, the building was demolished in 1956 and replaced by the new headquarters for the National Bank … Continue reading "1889 : Hammond Building Becomes Detroit’s First Skyscraper"
1944 : Sydney Howe Scores 6 Goals In a Single Game for the Red Wings
1944 : Sydney Howe Scores 6 Goals In a Single Game for the Red Wings
Feb 3 all-day
1944 : Sydney Howe Scores 6 Goals In a Single Game for the Red Wings
Sydney Harris Howe, no relation to Gordie, joined the Wings in 1935, bought along with another player named Scotty Bowman (no relation to the game’s winningest coach) for $50,000 in a deal that completely surprised … Continue reading "1944 : Sydney Howe Scores 6 Goals In a Single Game for the Red Wings"
1956 : Michigan Motorists Can No Longer Determine Their Own Speed Limit
1956 : Michigan Motorists Can No Longer Determine Their Own Speed Limit
Feb 3 all-day
On February 3, 1956 highway speed limits of 65 miles per hour by day and 55 by night went into effect in Michigan. Prior to this motorists could determine what was safe and reasonable. Source … Continue reading "1956 : Michigan Motorists Can No Longer Determine Their Own Speed Limit"
2015 : Jack Crawford Receives Congressional Gold Medal for WWII Special Forces Efforts
2015 : Jack Crawford Receives Congressional Gold Medal for WWII Special Forces Efforts
Feb 3 all-day
Ninety-year-old John “Jack” Crawford will go down in history with the likes of George Washington, Thomas Edison and Winston Churchill. Crawford’s exploits fighting in World War II with an elite Special Forces unit – considered … Continue reading "2015 : Jack Crawford Receives Congressional Gold Medal for WWII Special Forces Efforts"
2021 : Wayne Terwilliger Dies, Charlotte Native, World Series Champ
2021 : Wayne Terwilliger Dies, Charlotte Native, World Series Champ
Feb 3 all-day
2021 : Wayne Terwilliger Dies, Charlotte Native, World Series Champ
Wayne Terwilliger didn’t waste a single moment of his 95 years. He was a World War II veteran, serving in combat with the Marines in Sapian, Tinian and Iwo Jima. He attended Western Michigan for … Continue reading "2021 : Wayne Terwilliger Dies, Charlotte Native, World Series Champ"
1836 : Michigan House Introduces Resolution To Exterminate Wolves
1836 : Michigan House Introduces Resolution To Exterminate Wolves
Feb 4 all-day
On Feb. 4, 1836, a resolution was introduced in the Michigan House asking for the extermination of wolves. According to the resolution, wolves were “brigands,” preying on wildlife and farm animals at all times, but … Continue reading "1836 : Michigan House Introduces Resolution To Exterminate Wolves"
1902 : Charles Lindbergh Born in Detroit
1902 : Charles Lindbergh Born in Detroit
Feb 4 all-day
1902 : Charles Lindbergh Born in Detroit
Charles Lindbergh was born February 4, 1902, to Charles and Evangeline Lodge Lindbergh. He was born at an uncle’s house at 1220 W. Forest, in what is now Detroit’s Midtown, but raised in Minnesota. His … Continue reading "1902 : Charles Lindbergh Born in Detroit"
1913 : Rosa Parks Born
1913 : Rosa Parks Born
Feb 4 all-day
1913 : Rosa Parks Born
On February 4, 1913, civil rights icon Rosa Parks was born in rural Tuskegee, Alabama. Born Rosa Louise McCauley, this remarkable woman is remembered as the “mother of the modern day civil rights movement.” Most … Continue reading "1913 : Rosa Parks Born"
1915 : William Whitney Talman Jr. Born, Hamilton Burger of Perry Mason Fame
1915 : William Whitney Talman Jr. Born, Hamilton Burger of Perry Mason Fame
Feb 4 all-day
1915 : William Whitney Talman Jr. Born, Hamilton Burger of Perry Mason Fame
William Whitney Talman Jr. was a third-generation Detroiter whose ancestral line included a member of George Washington’s staff during the American Revolution. A noted actor, he played in many movies before becoming famous as Hamilton … Continue reading "1915 : William Whitney Talman Jr. Born, Hamilton Burger of Perry Mason Fame"
1922 : Ford Motor Company Buys Lincoln Motor Company
1922 : Ford Motor Company Buys Lincoln Motor Company
Feb 4 all-day
On February 4, 1922, the Ford Motor Company bought the failing Lincoln Motor Company for a total of $8 million and expanded its reach into the luxury segment of the automotive market. The acquisition came … Continue reading "1922 : Ford Motor Company Buys Lincoln Motor Company"
1948 : Vincent Furnier Born, Better Known as Alice Cooper
1948 : Vincent Furnier Born, Better Known as Alice Cooper
Feb 4 all-day
1948 : Vincent Furnier Born, Better Known as Alice Cooper
When you talk about rock and roll originators Vincent Furnier needs to be in the discussion. Most know Vince Furnier by his stage name Alice Cooper, a rock and roll legend and Hall of Famer … Continue reading "1948 : Vincent Furnier Born, Better Known as Alice Cooper"
1964 : Terry McDermott Shocks the World By Winning a Gold Medal
1964 : Terry McDermott Shocks the World By Winning a Gold Medal
Feb 4 all-day
1964 : Terry McDermott Shocks the World By Winning a Gold Medal
Terry McDermott, the 23-year-old bashful barber from Essexville, Bay County, Michigan, shocked the world today by setting an Olympic speed record in the 500 meter speed skating competition at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, … Continue reading "1964 : Terry McDermott Shocks the World By Winning a Gold Medal"
1838 : Brady Guards, Detroit’s Militia Company, Called into Service During Patriot War in Canada
1838 : Brady Guards, Detroit’s Militia Company, Called into Service During Patriot War in Canada
Feb 5 all-day
On February 5, 1838, Detroit’s militia company, the Brady guards, was called into service during the Patriot War in Canada to prevent Americans from attempting to overthrow the Canadian government and to preserve the peace … Continue reading "1838 : Brady Guards, Detroit’s Militia Company, Called into Service During Patriot War in Canada"
1909 : Haskell Home Orphanage (Battle Creek) Burns Down
1909 : Haskell Home Orphanage (Battle Creek) Burns Down
Feb 5 all-day
1909 : Haskell Home Orphanage (Battle Creek) Burns Down
Fourteen-year-old Lena McKelvey was a temporary guest at the Haskell Home orphanage. The Battle Creek girl was being treated for an injured hand while her family visited Florida. Cecil Coutant, who was 12, had lived at the … Continue reading "1909 : Haskell Home Orphanage (Battle Creek) Burns Down"
1918 : Muskegon Native Arthur Siplon Survives WWI U-Boat Attack
1918 : Muskegon Native Arthur Siplon Survives WWI U-Boat Attack
Feb 5 all-day
1918 :  Muskegon Native Arthur Siplon Survives WWI U-Boat Attack
It is February 5, 1918 and the SS Tuscania is floating just off the Scottish coast. Dusk is setting in. The English luxury liner is carrying more than 2,000 American troops, many from Michigan, bound … Continue reading "1918 : Muskegon Native Arthur Siplon Survives WWI U-Boat Attack"
1953 : John Beilein Born, University of Michigan Basketball Coach
1953 : John Beilein Born, University of Michigan Basketball Coach
Feb 5 all-day
1953 : John Beilein Born, University of Michigan Basketball Coach
Happy birthday to Coach Beilein of the University of Michigan who was born on February 5, 1953. Sources : John Beilein wikipedia entry. Official Michigan Biography.
1959 : Governor Jennifer Granholm Born
1959 : Governor Jennifer Granholm Born
Feb 5 all-day
1959 : Governor Jennifer Granholm Born
Although born in Vancouver, Canada, Jennifer Granholm made history in Michigan, being elected the first woman Attorney General in 1998 and the first woman governor in 2002. She easily won reelection in 2006. Source : … Continue reading "1959 : Governor Jennifer Granholm Born"
1988: Brook Trout Designated Michigan’s State Fish
1988: Brook Trout Designated Michigan’s State Fish
Feb 5 all-day
1988: Brook Trout Designated Michigan's State Fish
In 1965, even as the bluegill was being proposed as the state fish in the Michigan House of Representatives, the adoption of the “trout” as the official fish of Michigan was being promoted in the … Continue reading "1988: Brook Trout Designated Michigan’s State Fish"
1991 : Dr. Kevorkian Barred From Assisting in Suicides
1991 : Dr. Kevorkian Barred From Assisting in Suicides
Feb 5 all-day
1991 : Dr. Kevorkian Barred From Assisting in Suicides
A Michigan court bars Dr Jack Kevorkian from assisting in suicides. Source : HistoryOrb.com For more information, see : Between the dying and the dead : Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s life and the battle to legalize … Continue reading "1991 : Dr. Kevorkian Barred From Assisting in Suicides"
1844: Grand Rapids versus Kent Name Finally Settled
1844: Grand Rapids versus Kent Name Finally Settled
Feb 6 all-day
In a letter written to his brother and sister December 23, 1833, describing his arrival here the previous summer, Joel Guild said: “After looking about for a home, I thought it best to move about … Continue reading "1844: Grand Rapids versus Kent Name Finally Settled"
1854 : First Student Arrives at Michigan Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb and Blind
1854 : First Student Arrives at Michigan Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb and Blind
Feb 6 all-day
In 1848, the Michigan Legislature voted to establish a Michigan Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb and Blind in Flint. The first student arrived on February 6, 1854. After the School for the Blind was … Continue reading "1854 : First Student Arrives at Michigan Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb and Blind"
1905 : Merze Tate Born, First African American Graduate at Western Michigan University
1905 : Merze Tate Born, First African American Graduate at Western Michigan University
Feb 6 all-day
1905 : Merze Tate Born, First African American Graduate at Western Michigan University
A professor, scholar and expert on United States diplomacy, Merze Tate was the first African American graduate of Western Michigan Teachers College, first African American woman to attend the University of Oxford, first African American … Continue reading "1905 : Merze Tate Born, First African American Graduate at Western Michigan University"
1924 : First Highway Signs Installed
1924 : First Highway Signs Installed
Feb 6 all-day
1924 : First Highway Signs Installed
On February 6, 1924, the state highway department placed the first 10,000 metal signs along Michigan highways that notified drivers for the first time of railroad crossings, route markers, mileposts and danger points. These days, … Continue reading "1924 : First Highway Signs Installed"
1933 : Michigan Ratifies 20th Amendment
1933 : Michigan Ratifies 20th Amendment
Feb 6 all-day
Michigan ratifies the 20th amendment. The 20th Amendment sets January 20th as the ending date for presidential and vice presidential terms. It also sets a succession line for the presidency. Source: Michigan History
1950 : City of Livonia Incorporates
1950 : City of Livonia Incorporates
Feb 6 all-day
On Feb. 6, 1950, the city of Livonia was born. The new 36-square-mile city was formally known as Livonia Township, but voters supported incorporation 2,011 to 1,741. In square area, Livonia became the second largest … Continue reading "1950 : City of Livonia Incorporates"
1974 : Truck Drivers’ Strike Against High Diesel Prices Turns Violent
1974 : Truck Drivers’ Strike Against High Diesel Prices Turns Violent
Feb 6 all-day
On February 6, 1974, it was day four of the 11-day 1974 truck drivers’ strike against high fuel prices when things turned particularly violent. In Washtenaw County, a livestock truck driver was injured by flying … Continue reading "1974 : Truck Drivers’ Strike Against High Diesel Prices Turns Violent"
2015 : Congressman John Lewis Visits MSU Campus
2015 : Congressman John Lewis Visits MSU Campus
Feb 6 all-day
Having suffered more than 40 arrests, physical attacks and serious injuries, John Lewis is often called “one of the most courageous persons the Civil Rights Movement has ever produced.” He began participating in sit-ins at … Continue reading "2015 : Congressman John Lewis Visits MSU Campus"
2018 : Former Congressman Joe Knollenberg Dies
2018 : Former Congressman Joe Knollenberg Dies
Feb 6 all-day
2018 : Former Congressman Joe Knollenberg Dies
Former U.S. Rep. Joe Knollenberg, 84, who served Oakland County in Congress for 16 years, died today from complications of Alzheimer’s Disease, a longtime family friend, Mike Murray informed MIRS today. Knollenberg is the father … Continue reading "2018 : Former Congressman Joe Knollenberg Dies"
2021 : Sturgeon Season Starts on Black Lake (Date Varies)
2021 : Sturgeon Season Starts on Black Lake (Date Varies)
Feb 6 all-day
2021 : Sturgeon Season Starts on Black Lake (Date Varies)
Andrew LaLonde poses with his 60-inch sturgeon, the final fish taken during the two-hour sturgeon season on Black Lake.   Kelly House, “Long odds, short season: Michigan sturgeon a zany conservation success“, Bridge, February 8, 2021. … Continue reading "2021 : Sturgeon Season Starts on Black Lake (Date Varies)"
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