As a member of the Historical Society of Michigan, ADL is able to offer access to its online History Hounds lecture series. These lectures are presented once a week on Tuesday afternoons or Wednesday evenings and can be watched anywhere you have an internet connection.
Upcoming topics include:
- Freedom, Faith and Loyalty: The House of David in World War II - Tuesday, February 15 at noon
- USS Enterprise: The Voyage of Star Trek’s Filming Model - Wednesday, February 23 at 7 pm
- The Katie Shepard Hotel: History and Restoration on a Wilderness Island - Tuesday, March 1 at noon
- Institutional Invisibility: The Lapeer State Home and Treating Disabilities - Wednesday, March 9 at 7 pm
- Pere Marquette: The Man, The Mission, and The Memorial - Tuesday, March 15 at noon
- Civil War Life: The Soldier’s Clothing and Personal Equipment - Wednesday, March 23 at 7 pm
- Second Generational Voice of the Holocaust – A Child’s Perspective - Tuesday, March 29 at noon
For a full list of topics, visit the Historical Society of Michigan's website. When registering for a talk, follow this link and select the "member of an organizational member of HSM" option on the first question. ADL staff can help with registration but cannot fix access issues or other technological errors during the actual event.