Michigan Historical Review Subject Inde​​x


BLACK, Joel E. “A Crime to Live Without Work: Free Labor and Marginal Workers in Industrial Chicago, 1870 to 1920,” 36:2, 63-93.
BURTON, Shirley J. “Obscene, Lewd, and Lascivious: Ida Craddock and the Criminally Obscene Women of Chicago, 1873-1913,” 19:1, 1-16.
DODGE, L. Mara. “‘Our Juvenile Court Has Become More Like a Criminal Court’: A Century of Reform at the Cook County (Chicago) Juvenile Court,” 26:2, 51-89.
GONZALÉZ, Suronda. “Complicating Citizenship: Grace Abbott and the Immigrants’ Protective League, 1908-1921,” 24:2, 56-75.
REED, Christopher Robert. “Organized Racial Reform in Chicago During the Progressive Era: The Chicago NAACP, 1910-1920,” 14:1, 75-99.

Immigration and M​igration

ASHENDEL, Anita. “Fabricating Independence: Industrial Labor in Antebellum Indiana,” 23:2, 1-24.​
​AVI-YONAH, Shera. "Hanging Apart: Small Business Mobility on Chene Street, 1890-1990," 42:1, 75-91.

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

BHALLA, Vibha. “Detroit and Windsor as Transnational Spaces: A Case Study of Asian Indian Migrants,” 34:2, 99-116.

BLAND, Richard L. “Michigan in 1848: As Described by Traugott Bromme in His Handbook for German Emigrants,” 31:2, 149-154.
BROPHY, Anne. “‘The Committee . . . has stood out against coercion’: The Reinvention of Detroit Americanization, 1915-1931,” 29:2, 1-39.
BUKOWCZYK, John J. “The Permeable Border, the Great Lakes Region, and the Canadian-American Relationship,” 34:2, 1-16.
DOUMA, Michael. “​Memory and the Myth of Albertus C. Van Raalte: How Holland, Michigan, Remembers Its Founding Father,” 36:2, 36-61.
FERNÁNDEZ, Delia. “Becoming Latino: Mexican and Puerto Rican Community Formation in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1926-1964,” 39.1, 71-99.
GENSER, Wallace. “‘Habitants,’ ‘Half-Breeds,’ and Homeless Children: Transformations in Métis and Yankee-Yorker Relations in Early Michigan,” 24:1, 23-28.
GONZALÉZ, Suronda. “Complicating Citizenship: Grace Abbott and the Immigrants’ Protective League, 1908-1921,” 24:2, 56-75.

GRANIC, Stan (Translator). "An Immigrant's Arrival to Copper Country, Michigan: The 1912 Reminiscences of Petar Stonković. 40:2. 101-114.
HÄDERLE, Irene. “Women and Lay Activism: Aspects of Acculturation in the German Lutheran Churches of Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1870-1917,” 25:1, 25-43.
HEPBURN, Sharon A. Roger “Following the North Star: Canada as a Haven for Nineteenth-Century American Blacks,” 25:2, 91-126.
KLUG, Thomas A. “Residents by Day, Visitors by Night: The Origins of the Alien Commuter on the U.S.-Canadian Border during the 1920s, 34:2, 75-98.
LEWIS, Kenneth E. “Mapping Antebellum Euro-American Settlement Spread in Southern Lower Michigan,” 30:2, 105-134.
MORALEZ, Eduardo. “Settling Out and Fitting In: Family and Migration in the Ethnic Mexican Midwest During the Twentieth Century,” 37:2, 29-51.
MURAGE, Njeru. “Making Migrants an Asset: The Detroit Urban League-Employers Alliance in Wartime Detroit, 1916 to 1919,” 26:1, 67-104.
PALLANTE, Martha. “The Trek West: Early Travel Narratives and Perceptions of the Frontier,” 21:1, 83-99.

SALAS, Nora. “‘Pablo’s Problem’: Michigan Chicano Movement Anticolonialism and the Farm Bureau’s Peasant Menace, 1962-1972.” 45:2, 1-38.

SANKO, Marc. "The Gift of Empire: Maltese Migrants to Detroit, 1919-1924," 43:2, 37-54.

SCHWARTZ, James Z. “Taming the ‘Savagery’ of Michigan’s Indians,” 34:2, 39-55.
SMITH, Marian L. “The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) at the U.S.-Canadian Border, 1893-1993: An Overview of Issues and Topics,” 26:2, 127-147.
SWIERENGA, Robert P. “Decisions, Decisions: Turning Points in the Founding of Holland,” 24:1, 49-72.
VARGAS, Zaragosa. “Life and Community in the ‘Wonderful City of the Magic Motor’: Mexican Immigrants in 1920s Detroit,” 15:1, 45-68.
ZWART, David. “Constructing the Homeland: Dutch Americans and the Netherlands Information Bureau during the 1940s,” 33.2, 81-100.

Indian Policy

CLIFTON , James A. “ Michigan’s Indians: Tribe, Nation, Estate, Racial, Ethnic, or Special Interest Group?” 20:2, 93-152.
GILLS, Bradley J. “Navigating the Landscape of Assimilation: The Anishnabeg, the Lumber Industry, and the Failure of Federal Indian Policy in Michigan, 34:2, 57-74.


ASHENDEL, Anita. “Fabricating Independence: Industrial Labor in Antebellum Indiana,” 23:2, 1-24.
KOTLOWSKI, Dean J. “The Politician and the Priest: Paul V. McNutt, Frank Murphy, and the Age of FDR.” 45:2, 39-76.
RARICK, Ronald R. “A Michigan Architect in Indiana: Elijah E. Myers and the Business of Architecture in the Gilded Age,” 26:2, 149-159.
WILLIG, Timothy D. “Prophetstown on the Wabash: The Native Spiritual Defense of the Old Northwest,” 23:2, 115-158


FRIDAY, Matthew J. “Morality vs. Legality: Michigan’s Burt Lake Indians and the Burning of Indianville,” 33:1, 109-123.

WILES, Richard. "A Bitter Memory: Seeking "Maamaw Gwayak" (Social Justice) at Burt Lake," 42:1, 61-74


HALL, Mitchell. “Bibliography: United States Industrialization,” 22.2, 189-191.


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.

ELZWAY, Salem. “Pentagon Midwest: Making the Military-Industrial-Academic Complex (and Its Discontents) at the University of Michigan," 44:1, 23-66.

ST.LOUIS, Scott Richard. “A 'Self-Made Town': Semi-Annual Furniture Expositions and the Development of Civic Identity in Grand Rapids, 1878-1965. 44:2, 37-65.


AKERMAN, James R and Daniel Block. “The Shifting Agendas of Midwestern Official State Highway Maps,” 31:1, 123-165.

BARNETT, Le Roy G. "Publications of the Saint Mary's Ship Canal Company and Its Immediate Offspring," 43:1, 85-98. 
BOWLUS, Bruce. “Bold Experiments: The Evolution of the Great Lakes Ore Carrier,” 22:1, 1-17.
BRATT, Peter A. “Renewing a Grand Center: Postwar Planning in Grand Rapids, Michigan: 1949 to 1959,” 36:2, 127-158.
HYDE, Charles, K. “Planning a Transportation System for Metropolitan Detroit in the Age of the Automobile: The Triumph of the Expressway,” 32:1, 59-95.
KEENAN, Hudson. “Ionia and Houghton Lake State Road: Michigan’s First Designated State Swamp Land Road, 31:2, 67-89.
MEINTS, Graydon M. "The Fruit Belt Line: Southwest Michigan's Failed Railroad," 31:2, 117-148.
SECUNDA, Ben. “The Road to Ruin?: ‘Civilization’ and the Origins of a ‘Michigan Road Band’ of Potawatomi,” 34:1, 119-149.
SMITH, Michael O. “The City as State: Franchises, Politics, and Transit Development in Detroit, 1863-1879,” 23:1, 1-32.
VEILLEUX, Denis. “Buses, Tramways, and Monopolies: The Introduction of Motor Vehicles into Montreal’s Public Transport Network,” 22:2, 103-126.

Ionia County, Michigan

WILKSHIRE, Steven C. “Markets and Market Culture in the Early Settlement of Ionia County, Michigan,” 24.1, 1-22.


MEAD, Rebecca J. "The Kawbawgum Cases: Native Claims and the Discovery of Iron in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan." 40:2. 1-32.​

REYNOLDS, Terry. “The Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company Collections, Northern Michigan University Archives,” 30.1, 133-144.
REYNOLDS, Terry. "Destined to produce [a] revolution": Michigan's Iron Ore Industry in the Civil War," 39:2, 21-50


CARPENTER, Roger. “Making War More Lethal: Iroquois vs. Huron in the Great Lakes Region, 1609 to 1650,” 27:2, 33-51.

Ishpeming, Michigan

ALLEN, E. John B. “The Modernization of the Skisport: Ishpeming’s Contribution to American Skiing,” 16:1, 1-20.