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The region was explored by French woodcutters from 1618. It was populated by Amerindian tribes, mainly Ottawas, Potawatomis, Miamis and Hurons. The territory was first colonized by the French. The first establishment founded was the Santa Marie mission, to Sault, in 1668, by the Jésuite father Jacques Embute.

The city of Detroit was founded in 1701 by Antoine of the Mothe Cadillac. The region has become an active center for the fur trade. French establishments passed to the British with the Treaty of Paris of 1763. The one attributed to the United States by the Treaty of Versailles of 1783, region was definitively abandoned by the British only in 1796. Réoccupée by the British during the war of 1812. But these were hunted in 1813 for the victories of the Americans William H. Harrison, near the Thames and Oliveira H. Perry, on Lake Érié. In 1825, the opening of the Érié channel favored the development of commerce and caused a wave of immigration. Michigan entered the Union on January 26, 1837, as the twenty-sixth American state. It experienced rapid development from the 1850s thanks to agriculture, the exploitation of wood,

Nearly 380,000 new immigrants arrived in Michigan between 1840 and 1860. Industrialization was rapid from 1890 thanks to the automobile industry. At the beginning of the twentieth century, Michigan became the center of the American automobile industry, concentrated in the Detroit region. This was hit with a whip by the 1929 crisis.

World War II restores prosperity and full employment. Michigan attracted black emigrants from the southern states. In 1943, racial tensions in Detroit triggered a riot that cost 34 people their lives. Racial hatred re-surfaced during the fight for civic rights in the 1960s. The Detroit election of Coleman Young's first black mayor in 1974 made it possible to mitigate racial conflicts.

Hardly touched by the 1980s crisis, the automotive industry lost many jobs after employing more than a third of Michigan's industrial workforce. However, the growth in service activities has made it possible to offset part of the job losses.

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Michigan Public Schools by County

Universities, scientific institutions in Michigan

Michigan State University in Lansing
Michigan State University in Lansing, the capital of Michigan, was founded in 1855 and has since been the largest and most important university in the state. Its campus occupies approximately 21 km² and comprises over 660 buildings. Once a university specializing in agricultural sciences, it is now recognized as one of the best universities in the world for (medical) research. A total of 14 different institutes and 200 different programs are offered for almost 45,000 students. So at Michigan State University z. B. homogenized milk, hybrid corn and cisplatin, the active ingredient against cancer, developed.

University of Michigan
The University of Michigan was founded in Detroit in 1817, but moved to Ann Arbor in 1841. Ann Arbor is the headquarters of the university, which has around 42,000 students. This makes it the second largest university in Michigan after Michigan State University, with further locations today in Dearborn and Flint. It is one of the most important public universities in the United States and is even known as a public ivy. In 2012 it was ranked 18th in the best universities worldwide. The University of Michigan is divided into a total of 20 institutes, of which it is particularly praised in the fields of politics, sociology, psychology and the humanities.

Wayne State University in Detroit
Wayne State University in Detroit is a state university in Michigan, which is the third largest university in Michigan with around 28,000 students. It was founded in 1868 as a Detroit Medical College and has enjoyed a particularly good reputation in the field of medical research since then. Its medical school is the third largest in the United States. The merger with other colleges in the state created what is now Wayne State University, which has a total of 7 different locations and 12 faculties. These include:
engineering, natural sciences and humanities
law
art
medicine, nursing, pharmacy and healthcare
pedagogy
Social work
economy

University of Detroit Mercy
The University of Detroit Merci, formerly just University of Detroit, has been a private, co-educational Catholic university in Detroit since 1990. Originally founded by the Jesuits in 1878, it merged with the Mercy College of Detroit in 1990. It is part of the Greek system and is home to numerous student associations. The institutes, which are attended by around 6,000 students, are spread over a total of three different camps. These are:
dentistry
architecture
pedagogy
health
engineering and natural sciences
Law
Economics
Michigan Technical University in Houghton
Michigan Technical University, Michigan Tech or MTU for short, is a state institution in Houghton, which was founded in 1885. A total of 120 courses are offered here, most of them in the field of engineering. Others are e.g. B. the institutes for art, economy, business administration, technology and environment.

 

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