Michigan Historical Review
V. 43, No. 1 Spring 2017
2016 Graduate Student Essay Prize Winner
In Defense of the Home: Working-Class Domesticity 1
and Community Action in the Michigan Copper Country
Preserving and In terpreting a Shared Missionm: Peter 29
Dougherty, Chief Ahgosa, and Northern Michigan's Old Mission
Mary Ann Heidemann
Ted J. Ligibel
The Components of Reputation: Pragmatism, Science, and 57
the Transformation of the University of Michigan, 1852-1900
Francis X. Blouin
Publications of the Saint Mary's Falls Ship Canal 85
Company and Its Immediate Offspring
Le Roy G. Barnett
Susan J. Bandes. Mid-Michigan Modern: From 99
Frank Lloyd Wright to Googie.
Todd A. Walsh
Patrick Bottiger. The Borderland of Fear: Vincennes, 100
Prophetstown, and the Invasion of the Miami Homeland.
Cynthia Clampett. Midwest Maize: How Corn 102
Shaped the U.S. Heartland.
Tula A. Connell. Conservative Counterrevolution: 103
Challenging Liberalism in 1950's Milwaukee.
Joseph A. Rodriguez
John M. Coward. Indians Illustrated: The Image of 105
Native American in the Pictorial Press.
Mary Cronin, ed. An Indispenable Liberty: The Fight 106
for Free Speech in Nineteenth-Century America.
Robert Foxcurran, Michael Bouchard, and Sebastien 108
Malett. Songs Upon the Rivers: The Buried History of
the French-Speaking Canadians and Metis from the
Great Lakes and the Mississippi Across to the Pacific.
Rebecca J. Kinney. Beautiful Wasteland: The Rise of 109
Detroit as America's Postindustrial Frontier.
M. L. Lieber, ed. Heavan Was Detroit: From 111
Jazz to Hip-Hop and Beyond.
Joshua S. Duchan
John N. Low. Imprints: The Pokagon Band of 112
Potawatomi Indians and the City of Chicago.
Chelsea M. Mead
Timothy Mahoney. From Hometown to Battlefiel in 113
the Civil War Era: Middle Class Life in Midwest America.
David Maraniss. Once A Great City: A Detroit Story. 114
Keith A. Dye
Matthew Pehl. The Making of Working-Class Religion. 116
Janine Drake Giordano
Rich Preheim. In Pursuit of Faithfulness: Conviction, Conflict, 117
and Compromise in Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference.
Rebecca A. Koerselman
John M. Rhea. A Field of Their Own: Women and 119
American Indian History, 1830-1941.
Tom Stanton. Terror in the City of Champions: Murder, 120
Baseball, and the Secret Society That Shocked
Sujey Vega. Latino Heartland: Of Borders and 122
Belonging in the Midwest.
Stephen Ward. In Love and Struggle: The 124
Revolutionary Lives of James & Grace Lee Boggs.
Jason Weems. Barnstorming the Prairies: How 125
Aerial Vision Shaped the Midwest.
J. L. Anderson
Ahmed White. The Last Great Strike: Little Steel, the 127
CIO, and the Struggle for Labor Rights in New Deal America.
Nezera Sadiq Wright. Black Girlhood in the Nineteenth Century. 128
Books Received 131