The Michigan Experience: The American Civil War Years
The Michigan Experience: The American Civil War Years explores the significant contributions of Michigan to the war effort. It is universally about patriotism, dedication, sacrifice and service to our country as manifested in the American Civil War. It's about people committed to something bigger than themselves or their state. It's about why citizens left their homes and families to come to the aide of their county in time of need. "The Michigan Experience: The American Civil War Years" is about values that are timeless. DVD proceeds fund future iMP productions.
WTVS - Nov. 11, 15, 20, 2011
WKAR - Nov. 10, 11, 14, 2011
Delta Public Broadcasting Nov. 14, 21, 24, 27, 2011
WNMU - Dec. 13, 26, 2011
WGVU - Jan. 08, Feb. 20, 23, 2011
WCMU - Jan. 30, 2012
WNIT - June 14, 2012
John Gibney, a leading Michigan historian calls the production, "The most factual depiction to date."
"As the Civil War constitutes a grave and pivotal point not only in our national history but that of Michigan, the story of Michigan's involvement is a story that needs and merits greater exploration and understanding. This documentary series examines Michigan's role in the Civil War and provides a better understanding of the significant role and impact of Michigan's involvement." - Kent Wieland, Former Station Manager, WKAR-TV