Of Icebergs and Inquiries: Michiganders on the Titanic
When the luxury ocean liner RMS Titanic went down in 1912, many Michiganders tragically lost their lives. Within a week, U.S. Senator William Alden Smith of Grand Rapids convened the U.S. inquiry into the disaster. Join us to learn about the Michigan survivors and victims, as well as Senator Smith’s far-reaching quest for answers. This program will be led by Bob Myers, Director of History Programming for the Historical Society of Michigan. Space is limited and registration is required. Call 574-314-6454 to register.