World War II Conscientious Objectors: Germfask, Michigan the Alcatraz Camp
By: Jane Kopecky
A small group of World War II political dissidents reveal how they survived what they called America’s Siberia Concentration Camp. Before the Vietnam War Americans considered conscientious objectors equal to...
Picturing Fayette, a Nineteenth-Century Company Town
By: Fred & Donna Winters
More than 50 full color photos of Fayette Historic Townsite offer readers a step back in time to a nineteenth century company town.
My Marquette: Explore the Queen City of the North
By: Tyler Tichelaar
My Marquette is the result of its author’s lifelong love affair with his hometown. Join Tyler R. Tichelaar, seventh generation Marquette resident and author of The Marquette Trilogy, as he...
Beyond My Dreams, An Immigrant's Story
By: Julie Dickerson
Vitalis VanRaemdonck grew up in Belgium poor, hungry and with no hope of being anything else. But his life changed when rumors spread of a way to get to America.
150th Jubilee St. Joseph Church: Lake Linden MI 1871-2021
By: Deborah K. Frontiera
Since 1871, Roman Catholics of Lake Linden, Hubbell, Tamarack, and the surrounding rural areas have worshiped at St. Joseph Church. While the founding group of families were mostly French-Canadian, the...