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Hex & Violence: Occult Murder in Depression-Era Detroit

By Zoe Villegas

Pistons were grinding and gears were turning in the plants of Detroit’s automotive factories.

The world looked to Detroit as a place of wonder that represented the peak of the industrial era. 968 more words

Fall 2014

Project Feature: Lorin Brace and the Roosevelt Park Collection

C. Lorin Brace VI is a 1st year master’s candidate at Wayne State University.  He completed a bachelor of science degree in History and Anthropology from Eastern Michigan University in 2011.  606 more words

Detroit

Sector G: An Archaeological Case of Multiple Shoes

Samantha Malette is a second year MA Student in the Anthropology program here at Wayne State, with a focus on historical archaeology. She is also a student leader of archaeological and archival research on the Unearthing Detroit project. 631 more words

Unearthing Detroit