The Local History Room has a wonderful collection of books on all aspects of local, regional and state history along with many on genealogical topics. They cannot be checked out but can be used in the Local History Room. However, don’t despair; there always is the chance that the Library has a second copy in the circulating stacks. Check the catalog and you can find out this information. An “H” in front of the Dewey Decimal number signifies that the book is in the Local History Room and cannot be borrowed. The same book without the “H” in front of the Dewey number is a book that can be checked out. More than likely you will find it on the second floor shelves.
Michigan: A History of the Wolverine State