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Biographical Resources: General Biographies/ Biopics

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This page is dedicated to helping you do research on biographical subjects.

On this page you will find:

  • A link to our library catalog along with some helpful tips and tricks to keep in mind when searching biorgraphies.
  • Preset database searches for biographies.
  • Scholarly books related to biographical research. 

These resources can also be found on our Library Resources page.

When you are not on campus and try to use the databases, you will be prompted for a username and password. If you do not know these and are a Schoolcraft student, then give the library a call and we will provide you with the information you need. 

Our phone number is:  (734) 462-4440

Biopics/ Harlem Renaissance Writers

Biopics/ Harlem Renaissance Musicians

General Biographies

The American Academy of Achievement was founded by Brian Blaine Reynolds, an acclaimed photographer best known for his contributions to Life magazine and Sports Illustrated. Reynolds established the Academy of Achievement to bring aspiring young people together with real-life heroes — the kind of achievers he met every week on assignment. He discovered that visionaries and pioneers, who often strike us as larger-than-life, are real people who endured setbacks and persevered through everyday challenges, like anyone else. The difference is in how they kept their eyes open to new opportunities, and in how they went about achieving their dreams.

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