The Michigan Historical Review
Vol. 42 No. 1 Spring 2016
2015 Graduate Student Essay Prize Winner: An Experiment 1
in the Moral Imagination: Russell Kirk, Clinton Wallace, and
No Refuge from Modernity?: The Intersections of American 35
and Japanese Conservatisms, Russell Kirk, and Shirasu Jiro.
A Bitter Memory: Seeking 'Maamaw Gwayak' (Social 61
Justice) at Burt Lake.
Hanging Apart: Small-Business Mobility on Chene 75
Heater B. Barrow. Henry Ford's Plan for the American 93
Suburb: Dearborn and Detroit.
Mark Edward Braun
Lila Corwin Berman. Metropolitan Jews: Politics, 94
Race, and Religion in Postwar Detroit.
David M. Katzman
Megan Birk. Fostering on the Farm: Child 96
Placement in the Rural Midwest.
Ray E. Boomhower. John Bartlow Martin: 97
A Voice for the Underdog
William Heath. William Wells and the Struggle 98
for the Old Northwest.
Kenneth C. Carstens
Andrew R. Highsmith. Demolition Means Progress: 100
Flint, Michigan, and the Fate of American Metropolis.
Holly M. Karibo. Sin City North: Sex, Drugs, and 101
Citizenship in the Detroit-Windsor Borderland.
Rosalyn R. Lapier and David R. M. Beck. City Indian: 102
Native American Activism in Chicago.
James P. Leary. Folksongs of Another America: 104
Field Recordings from the Upper Midwest, 1937-1946.
David W. Deacon
Michael W. Nagle. Justus S. Sterns: Michigan Pine 105
King and Kentucky Coal Baron, 1845-1933.
Sean Patrick Adams
Joseph A. Rodriguez. Bootstrap New Urbanism: 107
Design, Race, and Redevelopment in Milwaukee.
David Stradling and Richard Stradling. Where the 108
River Burned: Coal Strikes and the Struggle to Save Cleveland.
Elizabeth D. Blum
Joel Stone. Floating Places on the Great Lakes: 110
A History of Passenger Steamships on the Inalnd Seas.
Joseph P. Schwieterman
Christopher Wetzel. Gathering the Potawatmi Nation: 111
Revitalization and Identity.
John T. Fierst
Books Received 115