Migrant Farm Worker’s Strike

The Michigan Legislature declared March 31st as Cesar E. Chavez Day in 2004 to recognize his contribution to the nation by organizing farmworkers to campaign for safe and fair working conditions, reasonable wages, decent housing, and outlawing child labor. In 2014, President Obama declared the day as a federal commemorative holiday. Adrian Friends of the […]

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History of Lenawee County Law Enforcement

The History of Lenawee County Law Enforcement exhibit is now open at the museum! Stop in to take a look. Thanks to Bob Wessel, Lenawee Historical Society Board Member and Volunteer for researching and putting this together.

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Anti-Slavery/Underground Railroad in Lenawee County

The Anti-Slavery/Underground Railroad Exhibit recognizes Lenawee County's impact on the anti-slavery movement nationally and distinguishes between the anti-slavery movement (ending of slavery) and the Underground Railroad (subset of the antislavery movement where radical individuals actively broke Federal laws to assist slaves). Lenawee Historical Society board members researched for years, with input from community members, while […]

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