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Regional Historical Associations

Friends of the River Raisin Battlefield
A volunteer group who support activities at the River Raisin National Battlefield Park.

Genealogical Society of Monroe County (G.S.M.C.)
Holds monthly meetings, seasonally, usually first Saturday at MCCC at 1:00 p.m; annual seminar, and maintains genealogical archives at the Monroe County Historical Museum, currently open by volunteers on Wednesdays and by appointment. February 3d meeting, Lynn Reaume speaks on the history of Bolles Harbor area; FREE

River Raisin Chapter, Michigan Archeological Society
Holds meetings & programs 2nd Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Sawyer Homestead. Free and open to the public.

Historical Society of Bedford
Monthly meetings, first Mondays, 7:00 p.m. in the Bedford Library Community Room; operates the 1870s Banner Oak one-room school.Please join the Historical Society of Bedford at the Bedford Library located at 8575 Jackman Road. For scheduling a visit to Banner Oak, please contact Shari Donbrosky at 419- 279- 3470

Dundee Old Mill Museum Association; hosts special events and rentals in their banquet hall.

Friends of Potter Cemetery (Ash township): for information on monthly cemetery visitation and work dates (which are restricted.) 
contact cemeterylady1@comcast.net

Milan Area Historical Society
Operates the 19th century Hack Farmhouse. Also publishes events in the Monroe Evening News, Social page.

Monroe County Labor History Museum
Michigan's only museum dedicated to the history of the labor movement.

History of the City of Monroe