What’s better than enjoying food or history separately? Savoring the two together, of course! Detroit’s Eastern Market serves up tasty delectables and a rich heritage. 483 more words
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Families often have stories that are not shared with younger members, one such story concerned my grandfather.
My grandfather Hamilton Redfield Norvell was born in Detroit in 1863, when his father died in 1881 leaving the family with a mountain of debts, Hamilton and his mother Mary Dean Redfield Norvell moved to Buffalo. 449 more words
Recentering Detroit is a multipart examination of culture of development in the current city, the ongoing crises and the efforts by residents to define their city, not as a relic of the past to be resurrected or “revitalized,” but a place where people live their lives. 1,802 more words
Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac founded Fort Pontchartrain, later known as “Ville de Troit,” then the City of Detroit — on July 24, 1701, and the continent has never been the same. 186 more words