​BABSON, Steve. “Class, Craft, and Culture: Tool and Die Makers and the Organization of the UAW,” 14:1, 33-55.
BACHELDER, Chris. “Crashing the Party: The Ill-Fated 1968 Presidential Campaign of Governor George Romney,” 33:2, 131-162.
BAK, Richard. “Digging Up Bob Troy,” 44:1, 67-96.

BALTAKIS, Anthony. “On the Defensive: Walter Reuther’s Testimony before the McClellan Labor Rackets Committee,” 25:2, 47-68.
BARILLAS, William. “Michigan’s Pioneers and the Destruction of the Hardwood Forest,” 15:2, 1-22.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Assessing the Value of Two Tax-Related Michigan Records,” 33:1, 125-26.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “The Completion of Michigan’s WPA Imprints Inventory: Items Published 1851-1876,” 35:2, 97-107.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “The History of a Sample Michigan Land Grant, 1873-1920,” 47:1, 1-28.

BARNETT, Le Roy. “Index to the Annual Reports of the Michigan Department of Labor, 1884-1920,” 33:1, 109-23.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Michigan Maps in the Detroit Evening News, 1873-1900,” 33:1, 99-108.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Michigan's War against Birds,” 36:2, 95-124.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Michigan's War with Mammals: Bounties, Hunters, and Trappers against Unwanted Species,” 37:1, 77-117.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Publications of the Saint Mary’s Falls Ship Canal Company and Its Immediate Offspring,” 43:1, 85-98.

BARNETT, Le Roy. “Putting the Spotlight on Headlight,” 28.1, 121-124.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Research Bibliography:  Health Resorts in Michigan,” 23.2, 169-188.
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Soil Surveys: A Down-to-Earth Source of Cultural Information,” 32:2, 119-130.
BARNHART, Terry A. “‘A Common Feeling’: Regional Identity and Historical Consciousness in the Old Northwest, 1820-1860,” 29:1, 39-70.
BARTHOLOMEW, Robert E. “Michigan and the Great Mass Hysteria Episode of 1897,” 24.1, 133-142.

BAUGH-HELTON, Tiffany. "A Woman's Place is in Her Union: The UAW's 1944 National Women's Conference and Women's Labor Activism," 40:1, 73-96.

BAWARDI, Hanji J. "'Why Do Arabs Own Grocery Stores?' Arabic-Speaking Merchants in Flint, Michigan," 44:2, 67-96.

BENTLEY, Amy. “Booming Baby Food: Infant Food and Feeding in Post-World War II America,” 32:2, 63-88.
BHALLA, Vibha. “Detroit and Windsor as Transnational Spaces: A Case Study of Asian Indian Migrants,” 34:2, 99-116.
BILES, Roger. “A Mormon in Babylon: George Romney as Secretary of HUD, 1969-1973,” 38:2, 63-89.
BLACK, Joel E. “A Crime to Live Without Work: Free Labor and Marginal Workers in Industrial Chicago, 1870 to 1920,” 36:2, 63-93.
BLAND, Richard L. “Michigan in 1848: As Described by Traugott Bromme in His Handbook for German Emigrants,” 31:2, 149-154.
BLOOMFIELD, Ron. “The Historical Museum of Bay County: The Patrol Craft Sailor Association Archives,” 23.1, 123-125.
BLOUIN, Francis X. “The Components of Reputation: Pragmatism, Science, and the Transformation of the University of Michigan, 1852-1900,” 43:1, 57-84.
BOLES, Frank. “Michigan Newspapers: A Two-Hundred-Year Review,” 36:1, 31-69.
BOLES, Frank. “‘Stirring Constantly’: 150 Years of Michigan Cookbooks,” 32:2, 33-62.
BOLES, Frank, Stephen Goslee and Maria Quinlan Leiby. “‘Drivin’ Around in My Automobile, My Baby Beside Me at the Wheel’: Visiting Michigan’s Automotive Exhibits,” 22:2, 127-148.
BORDEN, Timothy G. “‘Toledo Is a Good Town for Working People’: Richard T. Gosser and the UAW’s Fight for Pensions,” 26:1, 45-65.
BOWES, John P. “The Gnadenhutten Effect: Moravian converts and the Search for safety in the Canadian Borderlands,” 34:1, 101-117.
BOWLUS, Bruce. “Bold Experiments: The Evolution of the Great Lakes Ore Carrier,” 22:1, 1-17.
BOYEA, Earl. “The North Dorr Church Property Dispute,” 16:2, 75-90.
BOYER, Hugh E. “The Decline of the Progressive Party in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula: The Case of Congressman William J. MacDonald in 1914,” 13:2, 75-94.
BOYLE, Kevin. “The Ruins of Detroit: Exploring the Urban Crisis in the Motor City,” 27.1, 109-128.
BRACE, Joanna V. “The Power of Porch Talks: The Civic Improvement Society of Monroe, Michigan, 1901 to 1914,” 27:2, 1-31.
BRATT, Peter. "A Great Revolution in Feeling: The American Civil War in Niles and Grand Rapids, Michigan," 31:2, 43-66.
BRATT, Peter A. “Renewing a Grand Center: Postwar Planning in Grand Rapids, Michigan: 1949 to 1959,” 36:2, 127-158.
BRATTIN, Joel J. "Marcus Bowlby and World War I," 41:1, 81-99
BROMSEN, Amy. ‘“They all sort of disappeared’: The Early Cohort of UAW Women Leaders,” 37:1, 5-39.
BROPHY, Anne. “‘The Committee . . . has stood out against coercion’: The Reinvention of Detroit Americanization, 1915-1931,” 29:2, 1-39.
BRUDER, Anne L. “New Patients at the Old Asylum: Memory and Mental Health in Michigan," 44:1, 1-22.
BUERGLENER, Robert. “Driving Ambitions: Charles Roswell Henry and the Changing Status of the Early Automobile Consumer,” 37:2, 79-98.
BUKOWCZYK, John J. “The Permeable Border, the Great Lakes Region, and the Canadian-American Relationship,” 34:2, 1-16.

BURD, Camden. "Imagining a Pure Michigan LAndscape: Advertisers, Tourists, and teh Making of Michigan's Northern Vacationlands," 42:2, 31-51. 
BURD, Camden. “Scrolling through Nature: Reflections on the Digital Humanities and Michigan’s Environmental History.” 45:1, 109-119. 
BURNS, Andrea. “Waging Cold War in a Model City: The Investigation of ‘Subversive’ Influences in the 1967 Detroit Riot,” 30:1, 3-30.
BURTON, Shirley J. “Obscene, Lewd, and Lascivious: Ida Craddock and the Criminally Obscene Women of Chicago, 1873-1913,” 19:1, 1-16.