History Social Media Feed

Below are some general interest feeds from public Facebook pages:

Albion College History Department
“Our Albion Michigan”
“You know you (are) from Albion”
To suggest other feeds, or to make comments, join the Albion Michigan Arts Facebook group and make a post there or send a message from there.

Albion Michigan Facebook History Posts

Saturday September 22nd, 2018 - 3:42 pm

Our Albion Michigan

Great story time today with officer Noppe and Lucy Jo! ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday September 22nd, 2018 - 3:41 pm

Our Albion Michigan

Stay in the loop with what’s happening in downtown Albion. Get in the action by getting on our mailing list: bit.ly/downtownalbion which is also your entry in a contest to win an Albion Gift Package worth more than $200. Don’t be a stranger! ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday September 22nd, 2018 - 1:59 pm

Our Albion Michigan

The boards are filling up with wonderful words like “family”, “home”, “community”, and “kind”. This is Albion. #AlbionRising ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday September 22nd, 2018 - 1:52 pm

Our Albion Michigan

First Baptist Church Albion, Michigan
Festival of the Forks!! Albion, Mi.
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Saturday September 22nd, 2018 - 1:04 pm

Our Albion Michigan

Festival of the Forks
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Tuesday September 18th, 2018 - 11:30 am

Albion College History Department

2018 Yinger Lecture (9/25) and film screening (9/26) - one week from today! Both events are free and open to the public.

On Tuesday, September 25, the Albion College History Department will host a special visiting speaker for the annual Yinger Lecture. Dr. Liliane Willens was born to Russian Jewish parents in pre-WWII China and lived in Shanghai through the war and the first years of the People's Republic. Her talk will take place at 4:30PM at Bobbitt Auditorium and is entitled "The Three Waves of Jewish Migration to China, 1845-1941."

On Wednesday, September 26, the Friends of the Bohm Theatre in downtown Albion will present a 7:00PM screening of "Above the Drowning Sea," a new documentary on Jewish refugees' escape to China during the Holocaust (directed by René Balcer of "Law & Order" and narrated by Julianna Margulies of "ER"). An audience Q&A with Dr. Willens will accompany the film.

Albion College Holocaust Studies Service-Learning Project
Albion College Global Ambassadors
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2018 Yinger Lecture (9/25) and film screening (9/26) - one week from today! Both events are free and open to the public. 
On Tuesday, September 25, the Albion College History Department will host a special visiting speaker for the annual Yinger Lecture. Dr. Liliane Willens was born to Russian Jewish parents in pre-WWII China and lived in Shanghai through the war and the first years of the Peoples Republic. Her talk will take place at 4:30PM at Bobbitt Auditorium and is entitled The Three Waves of Jewish Migration to China, 1845-1941. 
On Wednesday, September 26, the Friends of the Bohm Theatre in downtown Albion will present a 7:00PM screening of Above the Drowning Sea, a new documentary on Jewish refugees escape to China during the Holocaust (directed by René Balcer of Law & Order and narrated by Julianna Margulies of ER). An audience Q&A with Dr. Willens will accompany the film.
Albion College Holocaust Studies Service-Learning Project
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Sunday August 26th, 2018 - 11:50 am

Albion College History Department

The Albion College History Department welcomes you back to school for the 2018-2019 academic year! On that note, here's a campus postcard mailed by an Albion College student over a century ago, in 1915. The semester had just begun and "I have all my classes in Robinson Hall except one," she wrote. (Postcard from the personal collection of Prof. Joseph W. Ho) ... See MoreSee Less

The Albion College History Department welcomes you back to school for the 2018-2019 academic year! On that note, heres a campus postcard mailed by an Albion College student over a century ago, in 1915. The semester had just begun and I have all my classes in Robinson Hall except one, she wrote. (Postcard from the personal collection of Prof. Joseph W. Ho)

 

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These images are so cool!

Robinson hall was the best! Miss it so much

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