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"Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice"
―Michigan state motto[src]
Nuvola filesystems folder home What is the Michigan Wiki?

Welcome to the Michigan Wiki: a wiki dedicated to the sharing information about the culture, places and people of the Great Lakes State. If it is a Michigan topic, we want to cover it—even the details! We want to share the wonders of Michigan from the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula to Lambertville.

The wiki is created and edited by you! Please feel free to contribute by creating a new article on a Michigan-related topic, editing an existing article to add more information, or uploading images to enhance this site. Not sure what you can do? Check out the welcome page for new editors! If you just want to experiment, feel free to play in the sand dunes.

You also can join us by becoming a wikian! If you want to help, there are many benefits to having an account. Do not be afraid to sign up!

Otherwise, please use the community portal or the Information Center if you have any questions. We hope you enjoy the wiki.

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Nuvola apps date This month in Michigan history
  • 3 December 1978 — Michigan becomes one of the first states to institute a deposit for beverage containers. It is the only state at $0.10 per container.
  • 11 December 1934 — Fire sweeps through the Kern Hotel in Lansing, killing 32. Among the dead were seven legislators.
  • 19 December 1934 — Future Detroit Tigers hall of fame player Al Kaline is born in Baltimore, Maryland
  • 29 December 1936 — A massive two month–long sit-in occurs at a General Motors facility in Flint, eventually resulting in the recognition of the United Auto Workers by the automotive companies.

Facts provided in part by Michigan History Magazine.


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