The Michigan Historical Review
Volume 44, No. 2 Fall 2018
"The World's Greatest Minstrel Show Under the Stars": Blackface Minstrels, Community Identity, and the Lowell Showboat, 1932-1977
Matthew Lawrence Daley and Scott L. Stabler
A "Self-Made Town": Semi-Annual Furniture Expositions and the Development of Civic Identity in Grand Rapids, 1878-1965
Scott Richard St. Louis
"Why Do Arabs Own Grocery Stores?" Arabic-Speaking Merchants in Flint, Michigan
Hani J. Bawardi
A Long-Overdue Evaluation of Benjamin Hough's Observation for Latitude of the North Cape of Maumee Bay, Ohio's Northern Border
Jack N. Owens
Amy L. Arnold and Brian D. Conway, eds. Michigan Modern:
Design that Shaped America.
Susan J. Bandes
Woman Suffrage and Citizenship in the Midwest, 1870-1920.
Michael H. Hodges.
Building the Modern World: Albert Kahn in Detroit.
Ruth E. Mills
The Rise and Fall of the Associated Negro Press: Claude Barnett’s Pan-African News and the Jim Crow Paradox.
Mickey Lolich with Tom Gage.
Joy in Tigertown: A Determined Team, a Resilient City, and Our Magical Run to the 1968 World Series.
The Year of the Pitcher: Bob Gibson, Denny McLain, and the End of Baseball’s Golden Age.
An October to Remember 1968: The Tigers-Cardinals World Series as Told by the Men Who Played in It.
Edwin M. Bradley
Landscapes of Hope: Nature and the Great Migration in Chicago.
Matthew Mace Barbee
C. Roger Pellett.
Whaleback Ships and the American Steel Barge Company.
May We Forever Stand: A History of the Black National Anthem.
The Soldiers of Fort Mackinac: An Illustrated History.
Steven J. Ramold
Rochelle Riley, ed.
The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery.