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Macmillan, Margaret Burnham,
The Methodist Episcopal Church in Michigan during the Civil War. Lansing, MI: Michigan Civil War Centennial Observance Commission, 1965.
E514 .M23

MacMunn, George,
Slavery Through the Ages. London: Nicholson & Watson Ltd., 1938.
HT861 .M25 1938

Macy, Jesse,
The Anti-slavery Crusade: A Chronicle of the Gathering Storm. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1921, 1919.
E173 .C55 v.28

Madhubuti, Haki R. (Don L. Lee),
From Plan to Planet: Life Studies; The Need for Afrikan Minds and Institutions. Detroit, MI: Broadside Press, 1973.
E185.5 .M27

Magdol, Edward,
Owen Lovejoy, Abolitionist in Congress. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University
Press, 1967.
E415 .9 L89 M25

Malvin, John,
North into Freedom: The Autobiography of John Malvin, Free Negro, 1795-1880. Cleveland, OH: Press of Western Reserve University, 1966.
E185.97.M26 A3 1966

Mañees, Raynetta,
All for Love. (Fiction.) New York: Kensington Pub. Corp., 1996.
PS3563.A4643 A54 1996x

Mann, Charles W.,
The Chicago Common Council and the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850. An Address
Read Before the Chicago Historical Society at a Special Meeting Held January 29, 1903. Chicago: The [Chicago Historical] Society, 1903.
F548.1 .C32 v.2

Mann, Horace,
Slavery: Letters and Speeches. New York: B. Franklin, 1969. Reprint of the 1851 edition.
E449 .M283 1969b

Mars, James,
Life of James Mars: A Slave, Born and Sold in Connecticut. Hartford, CT: Case, Lockwood, & Co., 1870.
E444.M3 A3 1870

Marsh, Henry,
Slavery and Race: A Story of Slavery and its Legacy for Today. Newton Abbot, England: David & Charles, 1974.
HT861 .M37

Marsh, J. B. T.,
The Story of the Jubilee Singers; With Their Songs. New York: S. W. Green's Son, 1883.
M1670 .F4 1883

Marshall, Albert P.,
Unconquered Souls: The History of the African American in Ypsilanti. Ypsilanti, MI: Marlan, 1993.
F574.Y78 M37 1993x

Marshall, Samuel Scott,
The Real Issue--Union or Disunion. Letter of Hon. S. S. Marshall, on the Parties
and Politics of the Day, to the Freemen of the Ninth Congressional District of Illinois. Washington, D.C.: Printed at the Union Office, 1856.
E435 .M36

Martin, Elizabeth Anne,
Detroit and the Great Migration, 1916-1929. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Historical Collections/Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, 1993.
F574.D49 N416 1993x

Martineau, Harriet,
Retrospect of Western Travel, vol. 1-3. London, Saunders, & Otley, 1838.
E165 .M37

Mason, J. M.,
Property in Territories. Speech of Hon. J. M. Mason, of Virginia, Delivered in the
Senate of the United States, May 18, 1860. Washington, D.C.: Printed by L. Towers, 1860.
E458.4 .H89 no. 55

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society,
Annual Report... 1st-21st, 1833-53. 1st (1833); 3rd (1835); 10th (1851).
The reports were presented in January, and cover the years 1832-52, together with the reports of the annual meetings for 1833-53. Continued after 1853 by the American Anti-slavery Society. Boston, MA: 1833-53.
E449 .M29

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society,
Constitution of the New England Anti-slavery Society: With an Address to the Public. (The name of the New-England Anti-slavery Society was changed in 1835 to the Massachusetts Anti-slavery Society.) Boston, MA: Printed by Garrison & Knapp, 1832.
E449 .M3 1832

Massachusetts Colonization Society,
Tenth Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Colonization Society. Presented at the Annual Meeting, May 28, 1851. Boston, MA: Press of T. R.
Marvin, 1851.
E448 .M27 1851

May, Samuel,
The Fugitive Slave Law and its Victims. New York: American Anti-slavery Society, 1861.
E449 .A632 no. 15

May, Samuel Joseph,
Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict. ("Many of these Recollections were published at intervals during the years 1867 and 1868, in the Christian Register."---pref.). Boston: Fields, Osgood, & Co., 1869.
E449 .M461

Mayer, Brantz,
Captain Canot; or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver: Being an Account of His Career and Adventures on the Coast, in the Interior, on Shipboard, and in the West Indies, Written Out and Edited from the Captain's Journals, Memoranda and Conversations.
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1854.
HT1322 .C58 1854

McClelland, Robert,
Slavery in the New Territories. Speech of Hon. Robert McClelland, of Michigan, in the
House of Representatives, February 10, 1849. (No publication information available.)
E415 .7 .M23

McDermott, John Francis, et. al, eds.,
Old Cahokia: A Narrative and Documents Illustrating the First Century of its History. (Incl. material on the"sale of slaves by the Foreign Mission"). St. Louis, MO: St. Louis Historical Documents Foundation, 1949.
F549.C18 M2

McDougall, Marion Gleason,
Fugitive Slaves, 1619-1865. New York: Bergman Publishers, 1967. First published in 1891.
E450 .M33

McGehee, Scott, and Susan Watson, eds.,
Blacks in Detroit: A Reprint of Articles from the Detroit Free Press. ("...originally appeared in the Free Press between Nov. 30 and Dec. 12, 1980.") Detroit, MI: Detroit Free Press, 1980.
E185.86.D4 D4

McGill, Alexander Taggart,
Patriotism, Philanthropy, and Religion. An Address Before the American Colonization
Society, January 16, 1877. Washington City: Colonization Building, 1877.
E448 .M2 1877

McGuire, Horace,
A Reminiscence of Anti-Slavery Days. Read Before the Rochester Historical Society, October 27, 1916. Rochester? NY: 1916.
E445.N56 M3

McHenry, George,
The Cotton Trade: Its Bearing Upon the Prosperity of Great Britain and Commerce of the American Republics, Considered in Connection with the System of Negro Slavery in the Confederate States. London: Saunders, Otley, & Co., 1863.
HD9075 .M25 1863

McKee, James B.,
Negro Leadership in Grand Rapids. East Lansing, MI: Institute for Community Development, Continuing Education Service, Michigan State University, 1962.
F574.G7 M37

McKissack, Patricia and Fredrick,
Sojourner Truth: Ain't I a Woman? New York: Scholastic, 1992.
E185.97.T8 M38 1992

McKitrick, Eric L.,
Slavery Defended: The Views of the Old South. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1963.
E449 .M16

McPherson, James M., et. al,
Blacks in America: Bibliographical Essays. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1971.
Z1361.N39 B56

McPherson, James M.,
The Negro's Civil War: How American Negroes Felt and Acted During the War for the Union. New York: Pantheon Book, 1965.
E540.N3 M25

McRae, Norman,
Negroes in Michigan During the Civil War. Lansing, MI: Michigan Civil War Centennial Observance Commission, 1966.
E514 .M26

Meadows, Lee E.,
Silent Conspiracy. ("A Lincoln Keller Mystery.") (Fiction.) Ann Arbor, MI: Proctor Publications, 1996.
PS3563.E1698 S55 1996

Mecklin, John Moffatt,
Democracy and Race Friction: A Study in Social Ethics. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1970. Reprint of the 1914 edition.
E185.61 .M49 1970

Mecklin, John Moffatt,
The Ku Klux Klan: A Study of the American Mind. New York: Harcourt, Brace, & Company, 1924.
HS2330.K63 M4

Meier, August, and Elliott Rudwick,
Black Detroit and the Rise of the UAW. New York: Oxford University Press, 1979.
F574.D49 N46

Mellon, Matthew Taylor,
Early American Views on Negro Slavery, from the Letters and Papers of the Founders of the Republic. ("The views considered are those of Benjamin Franklin and the first four Presidents of the United States.") New York: Bergman Publishers, 1969. First edition published 1934.
E446 .M47 1969

Michigan Bureau of Library Services,
Negroes in Michigan: A Selected Bibliography. Lansing, MI: 1969.
Z1361.N39 M5

Michigan Civil Rights Commission,
Report and Recommendations from a Public Inquiry into the Status of Race Relations in the City of Pontiac, Michigan. Detroit, MI: The [Michigan Civil Rights] Commission, 1968.
F574.P7 M5

Michigan Deptartment of Education,
A Report on the Treatment of Minorities in American History Textbooks.
Lansing, MI: 1968.
E175.85 .M57

Michigan Department of State, Bureau of History,
Pathways to Michigan's Black Heritage. Lansing, MI: The Bureau [of History], 1988.
E185.93.M5 P38 1988

Michigan Freedmen's Progress Commission, Francis H. Warren, comp.,
Michigan Manual of Freedmen's Progress. Detroit, MI: J. M. Green, 1915.
E185.93.M5 M61 1985

Michigan Historical Records Survey (WPA),
Calendar of the John C. Dancy Correspondence, 1898-1910. Detroit, MI: The Michigan Historical Records Survey Project, 1941.
Z1361.N39 H6

Michigan Legislature, House of Representatives,
A Bill to Amend Section 25 of Chapter 153 of the Revised Statutes of 1846, the same being section 5,735 of the compiled laws of 1857 [concerning the unlawful imprisonment or sale into slavery of persons within the state]. Lansing, MI: February 7, 1859.

Michigan, Office of the Governor, 1861-1865 (Austin Blair),
Resolutions of the Legislature of Michigan, in Favour (sic) of the Proclamation of the President of the United States…Emancipating the Slaves in the Insurgent States and
Pledging the State of Michigan to Sustain the National Administration…1863…

Michigan-Ohio Regional Educational Laboratory,
Bibliography of References to Afro-Americans Appearing in the Journal of Negro History. Detroit, MI: 1969.
Z1361.N39 M67

Michigan State Conference on Employment Problems of the Negro (1940: Detroit),
Findings - Report - Recommendations. Detroit, MI: Michigan State Employment Service, 1940.
E185.8 .M53

Michigan State Library,
Negroes in Michigan: A Selected Bibliography. Lansing, MI: Michigan State Library, 196--.
Z1297 .M661

Michigan State Library Services,
Afro-Americans in Michigan: A Selected Bibliography. Lansing, MI: State Library Services, 1974.
Z1361.N39 M5 1974

Middleton, Stephen,
The Black Laws in the Old Northwest: A Documentary History. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993.
KF4757 .M48 1993

Miers, Suzanne,
Britain and the Ending of the Slave Trade. London: Longman, 1975.
HT1162 .M53 1975b

Miers, Suzanne, and Igor Kopytoff, eds.,
Slavery in Africa: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1977.
HT1427.S8 S58

Miles, Norman Kenneth,
Home at Last: Urbanization of Black Migrants in Detroit, 1916-1929. (Ph.D thesis --University of Michigan.) Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1987.
F574.D49 N47 1987x

Miller, Elizabeth W., comp.,
The Negro in America: A Bibliography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1970.
Z1361.N39 M56 1970

Miller, Kelly,
Race Adjustment: Essays on the Negro in America. Incl.:"Radicals and Conservatives."-"As to the Leopard's Spots."-"An Appeal to Reason on the Race Problem."-"The Negro's Part in the Negro Problem."-"Social Equality."-"The City Negro."-"Religion as a Solvent of the Race Problem."-"Plea of the Oppressed."-"The Land of Goshen."-"Surplus Negro Women."-"Rise of the Professional Class."-"Eminent Negroes."-"What Walt Whitman Means to the Negro."-"Frederick Douglass."-"Jefferson and the Negro."-"The Artistic Gifts of the Negro."-"The Early Struggle for Education."-"A Brief for the Higher Education of the Negro."-"Roosevelt and the Negro." Miami, FL: Mnemosyne Pub. Co., 1969. Reprint. Originally published: New York: Neale Publishing Co., 1908.
E185 .M66 1969

Mitchell, Joseph,
The Missionary Pioneer; or, a Brief Memoir of the Life, Labors, and Death of John Stewart, Man of Colour. ("The incidents recorded in this memoir...were collected and arranged by William Walker." –Preface.) Austin, NY: The Pemberton Press, 1969. Reprint. Originally published: New York: Totten, 1827.
E99.H9 M5 1969

Mitchell, S. Augustus,
A System of Modern Geography Comprising a Description of the Present State of the World, and its Five Great Divisions: America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceanica, with their Several Empires, Kingdoms, States, Territories, etc... Accompanied by an Atlas Containing Thirty-two Maps, Drawn and Engraved Expressly for this Work. (Textbook.) Philadelphia, PA: E. H. Butler, 1858, 1852.
G125 .M57 1858x

Moikobu, Josephine Moraa,
Blood and Flesh: Black American and African Identifications. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1981.
E185.615 .M59

Montejo, Esteban,
The Autobiography of a Runaway Slave. New York: Pantheon Books, 1968.
CT518.M6 A33 1968

Montgomery, James, James Grahame, and E. Benger,
Poems on the Abolition of the Slave Trade."The West Indies," in four parts, by J. Montgomery.-"Africa Delivered; or, The Slave Trade Abolished," by J. Grahame.-"A Poem, Occasioned by the Abolition of the Slave Trade, in 1806," by E. Benger. London: Printed for R. Bowyer by T. Bensley, 1809.
HT893.P63 1809

Moon, Elaine Latzman,
Untold Tales, Unsung Heroes: An Oral History of Detroit's African American Community, 1918-1967. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1994.
F574.D49 N476 1994

Moore, George Henry,
Notes on the History of Slavery in Massachusetts. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1866.
E445.M4 M8

Moore, Wilbert Ellis,
American Negro Slavery and Abolition: A Sociological Study. New York: Third Press, 1971.
E441 .M75 1971

Morel, E. D. (Edmund Dene),
The Black Man's Burden: The White Man in Africa from the Fifteenth Century to World War. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1969. Reprint of the 1920 edition.
DT31 .M6 1969

Morgan, Edmund Sears,
American Slavery, American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia. New York: Norton, 1975.
E445.V8 M67 1975

Morgridge, Robert,
Settlers to Sidewalks: A History of Boyne City from its Beginning to the End of the Booming Lumbering Era. Boyne City, MI: R. Morgridge, 1981.
F574.B79 M67

Morris, Benjamin Franklin,
The Life of Thomas Morris: Pioneer and Long a Legislator of Ohio, and U. S. Senator from 1833 to 1839. Cincinnati, OH: Printed by Moore, Wilstach, Keys, & Overend, 1856.
E340.M8 M78

Mott, Abigail Field, and M. S. Wood, comps.,
Narratives of Colored Americans, by Lindley Murray. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1971.
E185.96 .M92 1971

Muskegon County Museum,
The Man with the Branded Hand. Muskegon, MI: The Museum, 1964.
E450 .W3

Myers, George A.,
The Barber and the Historian. Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society, 1956.
E743 .M9

Myers, Walter Dean,
Harlem: A Poem. (Children's fiction; a poem celebrating the people, sights, and sounds of Harlem.) New York: Scholastic Press, 1997.
PS3563.Y48 H3 1997

Myrdal, Gunnar,
An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy. New York: Harper, 1944.
E185.6 .M95 1944