History Online." While on the MeL Michigana page, you can also access a wealth of Michigan-related resources including bird's-eye panoramic views of Michigan cities, Civil War diaries, early Detroit images, and the Vincent Voice Library
, a collection of over 40,000 hours of spoken recordings of 100,000 persons from all walks of life.
Beginning with Benjamin Harrison, the Vincent Voice Library
at Michigan State University works to preserve the recorded spoken word of presidents in the last 100 years Students can select a president and then listen to inaugural addresses, State of the Union addresses, and other speeches of importance to American history.