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The Rocks That Made Michigan: Great Lakes Geology-Virtual Event
November 16 @ 12:00 pmFree
History Hounds Lecture Series with the Historical Society of Michigan
Lecturer: Stephen Kesler, University of Michigan
Geologic events formed Michigan and the Great Lakes region. Fossils are only a small part of a story that includes routes of the early explorers, glaciers, reefs, mountain building, and a giant meteor impact. Join us to learn about the “prehistory of history” and the geology that shaped our state.
This program is brought to you by the Historical Society of Michigan. You will need to register below to attend this lecture remotely. The Traverse Area District Library is an organizational member of the Historical Society of Michigan and in return our patrons may attend these lectures for free. When registering, please check the circle that says “A member of an Organizational Member of HSM” and also under “Historical organization you are a member of:” type in Traverse Area District Library for this access. You may attend any lecture listed if you would like.
You can learn about all their available lectures HERE but register below.