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Center for Upper Peninsula Studies

The Center for Upper Peninsula Studies is dedicated to preserving the past for the present and future. The Center focuses public and scholarly attention on the distinctive and rich culture of the U.P., and sponsors a series of conferences, workshops, presentations and more to achieve this goal.

Upper Country

Upper Country is a journal of the Lake Superior region, published by Northern Michigan University's Center for Upper Peninsula Studies. Read past Upper Country publications here.

Sonderegger Symposium

The fifteenth annual Sonderegger Symposium will be held Sept. 11, 2015 in the Mead Auditorium. Topics will include regional history, literature, and education in the U.P. Please save the date. Learn more
Discover the history of the Upper Peninsula through the words of those who lived it. Browse a full list of oral histories and their transcripts <a href= "/upperpeninsulastudies/node/82">online</a>.Find a variety of resources based on different parts of the Upper Peninsula’s history. From folklore to lakes, mining to politics, the <a href= "/upperpeninsulastudies/node/16"> Center </a>has access to it all online and in person.

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