Find Charlevoix Michigan historical societies. Historical societies provide information on the history and culture of specific area, through the use of museum and library art exhibits and programs.
Charlevoix Historical Society 307 Chicago Avenue Charlevoix MI 49720 231-547-1816
Charlevoix Michigan Historical Society 103 State Street Charlevoix MI 49720 231-547-0373
Little Traverse Historical Society 100 Depot Street Petoskey MI 49770 15.0 miles from Charlevoix 231-347-2620
Harbor Springs Area Historical Society 349 East Main Street Harbor Springs MI 49740 15.3 miles from Charlevoix 231-526-9771
Bellaire Area Historical Society 202 North Bridge Street Bellaire MI 49615 23.4 miles from Charlevoix 231-533-8631
Omena Historical Society 5045 North West Bay Shore Drive Northport MI 49670 23.6 miles from Charlevoix 231-386-7739
Inland Water Route Historical Society River Street Alanson MI 49706 24.3 miles from Charlevoix 231-796-5435
Elk Rapids Area Historical Society 401 River Street Elk Rapids MI 49629 29.9 miles from Charlevoix 231-264-5692
Leelanau Historical Society 203 Cedar Street Leland MI 49654 31.8 miles from Charlevoix 231-256-7475
Beaver Island Historical Society 26275 Main Street Beaver Island MI 49782 32.5 miles from Charlevoix 231-448-2254
Otsego County Historical Society 320 West Main Street Gaylord MI 49735 34.3 miles from Charlevoix 989-732-4568
Traverse Area Historical Society 322 6th Street Traverse MI 49684 42.3 miles from Charlevoix 231-929-7663
Cheboygan County Historical Society 427 Court Street Cheboygan MI 49721 43.6 miles from Charlevoix 231-627-9597
Lewiston Area Historical Society 4384 Michelson Avenue Lewiston MI 49756 55.0 miles from Charlevoix 989-786-2451
The National Register of Historic Places is a federal program that creates an official list of historically significant places worthy of preservation. The National Park Service manages the program.
In most cases, a Historical Society cannot provide monetary appraisals, but they can provide insight into why an item has historic value. They may also provide the names of reputable appraisers in the area.
The local Historical Society or library may have a variety of documents and records that can help you to research your ancestors. Ship registries, immigrations files, birth and death certificates, church registries, and civil and military records can all be extremely helpful in this kind of research.