Can any git experts here conceive of a way to have "git in git"?

I want to keep a git history for each subproject, but at the same time
keep all the subprojects wrapped up in a single repo. I was trying
something like:

  myproject/
    .git/
    subproj1/
      .git/
      ...
    subproj2/
      .git/
      ...

However, .git in myproject/ ignores the .git in the subdirectories --
and strongly so. But I was thinking maybe there is
a way to merge the histories of the subprojects into the top-level
project, and vice-versa when cloning the whole?

Thanks,
T.

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