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The Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives houses the historical records of Northern Michigan University and historical materials documenting the history of the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan, including Alger, Delta, Dickinson, Marquette, Menominee and Schoolcraft counties.

University Records

The archives accepts, organizes, stores and makes accessible records (both paper and electronic) from central Upper Peninsula businesses, public and private organizations, governments, individuals and the Northern Michigan University community. Find more information about you can donate organizational records or personal records to the archives.

Regional Historical Manuscript Collections

Interested in learning more about your family’s history? Start your genealogical research today with help from the archives.

Learn from home with our variety of <a href=” http://www.nmu.edu/archives/node/232”> online exhibits</a> produced throughout the year. Currently available are exhibits on <a href=” http://archives.nmu.edu/studentprotests/index.html”>student protests at NMU in the ‘60s</a> and <a href=” http://www.nmu.edu/voelker/index.htm”>50th Anniversary Anatomy of a Murder</a> exhibition. Learn more about some of the <a href=” http://www.nmu.edu/archives/node/181”>historic buildings</a> that were once found on campus, or that are still seen today.

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