Suffragists Almost There with Gary Rembisz

Copeland Center 2306 Fourth Street, Wyandotte, Michigan

It took 72 years for women to gain their right to vote. In 1848 the first women’s convention was held in Seneca Fall, NY where the Declaration of Sediments was signed. Single women had few rights, married women had no rights, not even to their own paycheck. Her possessions and gifts belonged to their husbands, ... Read more

Michigan True Crime–Murder Mayhem Michigan with Tobin Buhk

Copeland Center 2306 Fourth Street, Wyandotte, Michigan

Come face to face with the malefactors who stained the pages of Michigan history with blood spatter: The Killer Dentist, a Grand Rapids native who tried to poison his way into his wife’s inheritance; The Detroit Bluebeard, who prowled matrimonial ads for victims; The Michigan Borgia, who removed an entire branch of her family tree ... Read more

Sears Kit Houses with Andrew & Wendy Mutch

Copeland Center 2306 Fourth Street, Wyandotte, Michigan

In the early 20th Century, kit houses were the ultimate "Do It Yourself" project for thousands of homeowners. While Sears Roebuck is the best known of the manufacturers of kit houses, Michigan was the home for three of the largest kit house companies in the country. Join Andrew and Wendy Mutch, Sears house owners and ... Read more