Crafting Your Experience
Esek Pray was one of the first property owners in Washtenaw County.
African-American Civil War soldiers have a rich legacy in Washtenaw County
The Chelsea, Michigan-based “Jiffy” brand grew rapidly during the post-World War II economic boom.
The Burns-Stokes Preserve is located along a prehistoric First Peoples trail.
This church hosted the “Convention Calling for Immediate Abolition" on November 10th, 1836
African American establishments on the Ann Street Block celebrated the Blues in the 1960-70s
At the turn of the century, Ypsilanti was a growing town with a growing school district
Katherine Dexter McCormick, born at Gordon Hall in 1875, aspired that one day, women could vote.
German-American family farms adapted to changing circumstances throughout the 20th century
World War II transformed Ypsilanti from a largely agricultural community to an industrial hub.