What do the Odawa, Ojibwe, and Badawademi have to do with the founding of the University? How did the Diag change from a pasture to the tree-covered expanse that it is today? Before the President's House was the President's House, what was it? Why is a plaque commemorating the admission of women located in Angell Hall? For answers to these and more questions about U-M's history, join us for an hour-long walking tour on the history of the early campus led by staff from the Bentley Historical Library.
Campus History Walking Tour (The original 40 acres)
Vandenberg Room, Michigan League, 911 N. University Ave.