​MALTZ, Earl M. “Radical Politics and Constitutional Theory: Senator Jacob M. Howard of Michigan and the Problem of Reconstruction,” 32:1, 19-32.
MARTIN, John H. “Superintending the Poor: Social Welfare in Michigan during the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries,” 46:2, 139-174.

MARTIN, Ruth. “They feel the beams resting upon their necks”: George W. Crockett and the Development of Equal Justice Under Law, 1948-1969,” 39:2, 51-76.
MATTHEWS, J. Scott. “Nippon Ford,” 22:2, 83-102.
MATYN, Marian. “Clarke Historical Library,” 23.2, 159-164.
MCCARTHY, John. “Dreaming of a Decentralized Metropolis: City Planning in Socialist Milwaukee,” 32:1, 33-57.
MCCARTHY, Tom. “Henry Ford, Industrial Ecologist or Industrial Conservationist?: Waste Reduction and Recycling at the Rouge,” 27:2, 53-88.
MCCLURKEN, James M. “Ottawa Adaptive Strategies to Indian Removal,” 12:1, 29-55
MCDAID, William. “Kinsley S. Bingham and the Republican Ideology of Antislavery, 1847-1855,” 16:2, 43-73.
MEAD​, Rebecca J. “The Kawbawgum Cases: Native Claims and the Discovery of Iron in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan," 40:2. 1-32.
MEIJER, Hank. “Arthur Vandenberg and the Fight for Neutrality, 1939,” 16:2, 1-21.
MEIJER, Hank. “Hunting for the Middle Ground: Arthur Vandenberg and the Mackinac Charter, 1943,” 19:2, 1-21.
MEINTS, Graydon M. “The Fruit Belt Line: Southwest Michigan's Failed Railroad,” 31:2, 117-148.
MERRILL, Peter C. “Summers at Ox-Bow: The Early Days of a Michigan Art Colony,” 22:1, 109-123.
MEYER, Steve. “An Economic ‘Frankenstein’: UAW Workers’ Responses to Automation at the Ford Brook Park Plant in the 1950s,” 28:1, 63-89.
MIDDLETON, Richard. “Pontiac: Local Warrior or Pan-Indian Leader?” 32:2, 1-32.
MILES, David. “Political Experience and Anti-Big Government: The Making and Breaking of Themes in Gerald Ford’s 1976 Presidential Campaign,” 23:1, 105-122.
MILES, Tiya, “Shall Women’s Voice Be Hushed?: Laura Smith Haviland in Abolitionist Women’s History,” 39:2, 1-20.
MIRES, Charlene. “Sault Ste. Marie as the Capital of the World?: Stellanova Osborn and the Pursuit of the United Nations. 1945,” 33.1, 61-82.
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Civil War Recruiting and Recruits from Ever-Changing Labor Pools: Midland County, Michigan, as a Case Study,” 35:1, 29-60.
MITCHELL, Robert E. “The Organizational Performance of Michigan’s Adjutant General and the Federal Provost Marshal General in Recruiting Michigan’s Boys in Blue,” 28:2, 115-162.
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Using Presettlement Vegetation Maps to Understand the Early History of Michigan’s Lumber Industry in Midland County,” 37:2, 1-28.

MOORE, Monika. “The Flint-Beecher Tornado of 1953: The "Other" in the Aftermath of Disaster,” 47:1, 93-106. 

MOORE, Ted. “Creating an Idyllic Space: Nature, Technology, and Campus Planning at the Michigan Agricultural College, 1850 to 1975,” 35:2, 1-25.
MORALEZ, Eduardo. “Settling Out and Fitting In: Family and Migration in the Ethnic Mexican Midwest during the Twentieth Century,” 37:2, 29-51.

MORGAN, Jason Michael. "No Refuge from Modernity?: The Intersections of American and Japanese Conservatisms, Russell Kirk, and Shirasu Jiro," 42:1, 35-59.​
MORRIS-CROWTHER, Jayne. “Municipal Housekeeping: The Political Activities of the Detroit Federation of Women’s Clubs in the 1920s,” 30:1, 31-57.
MUMFORD, Jeremy. “Mixed-Race Identity in a Nineteenth-Century Family: The Schoolcrafts of Sault Ste. Marie, 1824-27,” 25:1, 1-23.
MURAGE, Njeru. “Making Migrants an Asset: The Detroit Urban League-Employers Alliance in Wartime Detroit, 1916 to 1919,” 26:1, 67-104.
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