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Wayne County

Basic Information

County Seat: Detroit

Origin of Name: Named for General Anthony Wayne

Set Off: 1796

Organized: 1815

Population in 1990: 2,111,687

Material Available

For many counties the number of items listed is quite long. Navigational buttons are located only at the end of the list. This list of material represents the library's holdings as of July 1997. Be sure to check with us for any additional items we may now have either by contacting the library or by pressing the " Centra-Libraries Catalog" link to the left.

Abonyi, Malvina H. Hungarians of Detroit. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University, 1977.

Adams, Randolph Greenfield. Iconography of Old Detroit. [n.p., 1942].

Agocs, Carol, comp. Ethnic Detroit in Maps. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University, 1975.

Allen, Derek Bower. From the Ghetto to the Joint: A Study of Black Urban Survival Crime in Detroit. Ph.D. Thesis, Michigan State University, 1989.

Anderson, Thomas J. The Development of Detroit's Downriver Area; A History and Forecast. Wayne, MI: Wayne County Library System, 1960.

Anderson, Thomas J., comp. A History of Southgate and Detroit's Downriver Area. [Southgate, MI: 1963].

Anecdotes from the Early History of Detroit. [Detroit, MI: Russell House, 1904].

Angelo, Frank. On Guard, a History of the Detroit Free Press. Detroit, MI: Detroit Free Press, 1981.

Angelo, Frank. Yesterday's Detroit. Miami, FL: E.A. Seemann, [1974].

Annis, Sheldon. Detroit: A Young Guide to the City. Detroit, MI: Speedball Publications, [1970].

Applebaum, Phillip. A Tour of Jewish Detroit. Detroit, MI: Southeast Michigan Regional Ethnic Heritage Studies Center, 1975.

Aprahamian, Ashod Rhaffi. The Mayoral Politics of Detroit, 1897 through 1912. [Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, 1974.

Archer, Melanie Jane. Merchants and Proprietors in Late Nineteenth-Century Detroit: Family and Social Mobility in a Era of Industrial Change. Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1988.

Art Work of the Story of Detroit. Published in Twelve Parts. Chicago, IL: W.H. Parish, 1894.

Asher, Cash. Sacred Cows, a Story of the Recall of Mayor Bowles. [Detroit, MI:], the Author, [1931].

Baba, Marietta Lynn. Mexicans of Detroit. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University, 1979.

Baba, Marietta. Urban Development in Detroit: The "Renaissance Center" Model of Private Investment and the Problems of Unemployment. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University, 1978.

Babson, Steve. Working Detroit: The Making of a Union Town. NY: Adama Books, 1984.

Bailey, J. Edward. The City Within. [Detroit, MI:] Detroit Institute of Arts, 1969.

Bak, Richard. Cobb Would Have Caught it: The Golden Age of Baseball in Detroit. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1991.

Bak, Richard. Turkey Stearnes and the Detroit Stars: The Negro Leagues in Detroit, 1919-1933. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1984.

Bald, Frederick C. The Algonquin Club of Detroit and Windsor. Detroit, MI: Algonquin Club of Detroit and Windsor, 1973.

Bald, Frederick C. Detroit's First American Decade, 1796 to 1805. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1948.

Bald, Frederick C. From the Beginning. . . a Detroit Profile. Detroit, MI: Detroit Historical Museum, [1951].

Bald, Frederick C. The Great Fire of 1805. Detroit, MI: Wayne University Press, 1951.

Balla, Philip E. Appalachia and Detroit. Thesis, University of Michigan, 1977.

Barcus, Frank. All Around Detroit; A Narrative Pictorial History to Points of Interest. [Detroit, MI: F. Barcus Art Studios, 1939].

Beasley, Norman. Made in Detroit. NY: Putnam, 1957.

Beauties of Detroit and Vicinity. Portland, ME: L.H. Nelson Company, 1904.

Beautiful Detroit as Viewed Through the Camera. Published for S.H. Knox Co., Detroit, Michigan. Portland, ME: L.H. Nelson, 1904.

Beautiful Homes of Detroit and Vicinity. Detroit, MI: Gateway Publishing Co., [1918].

Beckwell, Robert E. Hi-- Good-bye, Detroit!. Detroit, MI: Rebel Times, 1993.

Beer, William. The Riot Cop. Lapeer, MI: W.W. Beer, 1991.

Betzold, Michael. Queen of Diamonds: The Tiger Stadium Story. West Bloomfield, MI: Altwerger and Mandel Pub. Co., 1992.

The Bi-Centenary of the Founding of City of Detroit, 1701-1901. Being the Official Report of the Celebration of July 24, 25, 26, 1901. [Detroit, MI: C.M. Russeau & Sons], 1902.

Bicknell, Catherine. Assumption Grotto Parish: 150 Years of Faith, 1832-1982. Detroit, MI: Our Lady Press, 1982. (Detroit).

Bicknell, Catherine. Breaking Bread and Mending Spirits: Detroit's Capuchin Soup Kitchen, 1929-1979. Detroit, MI: Fidelity Press, 1979.

Bidlack, Russell E. The City Library of Detroit, 1817-1837; Michigan's First Public Library. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1955.

Bigony, Beatrice A. Migrants to the Cities: A Study of Socioeconomic Status of Native Americans in Detroit and Michigan. Thesis, University of Michigan, 1974.

Bingay, Malcolm W. Detroit is My Own Home Town. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill, 1946.

Blacks in Detroit: A Reprint of Articles from the Detroit Free Press. Detroit, MI: Detroit Free Press, 1980.

Boggs, Diane. The History of the Attic Theatre in Detroit, Michigan: 1975-1990. Ph.D. Thesis, Wayne State University, 1994.

Bolkosky, Sidney. Harmony and Dissonance: Voices of Jewish Identity in Detroit, 1914-1967. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1991.

Bonk, Wallace J. Michigan's First Bookstore; A Study of the Books Sold in the Detroit Bookstore, 1817-1828. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1957.

Bonk, Wallace J. The Printing, Publishing, and Bookselling Activities of John P. Sheldon and His Associates in Detroit, 1817-1830. Thesis, University of Michigan, 1956.

Bostick, Alice J. The Roots of Inkster. [Inkster, MI: Library and Historical Commission, 1980].

Boyle, Kevin and Victoria Getis. Muddy Boots and Ragged Aprons: Images of Working-Class Detroit 1900-1930. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1997.

Bratt, Marilyn. Ethnic Survey of East Detroit School District Residents. Detroit, MI: Michigan Ethnic Heritage Studies Center, 1975.

Brown, Earl Louis. Why Race Riots? Lessons from Detroit. [NY: Public Affairs Committee, Inc.], 1944.

Brown, Henry D. Cadillac and the Founding of Detroit. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1976.

Brown, Henry D. Detroit Entertains a President. Detroit, MI: Wayne University Press, [1954].

Builders of Better Detroit. Detroit, MI: Little Stick, 1913.

Bunn, Matthew. Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Matthew Bunn. . .: In an Expedition Against the North- Western Indians, in the Years 1791, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Batavia, NY: Adams and Thorp, 1828.

Burke, Thomas. The History of the Ford Rotunda, 1934-1962: Dearborn's Pride of the Past. Hicksville, NY: Exposition Press, 1977.

Burton, Clarence M. Annual Report of the City Histographer; A Record of Events in the City of Detroit During the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eight. [Detroit, MI: 1909].

Burton, Clarence M. The Building of Detroit. n.p., 1912.

Burton, Clarence M. "Cadillac's Village," or, "Detroit Under Cadillac." Detroit, MI: 1896.

Burton, Clarence M. The City of Detroit, Michigan, 1701-1922. Detroit, MI: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1922. 5 Volumes.

Burton, Clarence M. Detroit in Earlier Years. A Few Notes on Some of the Old Buildings in the City. Detroit, MI: Burton Abstract & Title Co., 1914.

Burton, Clarence M. Detroit in 1849. Detroit, MI: Speaker-Hines Press, [1910].

Burton, Clarence M. Early Detroit. A Sketch of Some of the Interesting Affairs of the Olden Times. Detroit, MI: Speaker-Hines Press, 1909.

Burton, Clarence M. History of Detroit, 1780-1850, Financial and Commercial. Detroit, MI: 1917.

Burton, Clarence M. History of Wayne County and the City of Detroit, Michigan. Chicago, IL: S.J. Clarke, 1930. 5 Volumes.

Burton, Clarence M. The Hyde House and the Garrick Theatre on Griswold Street, Detroit. [Detroit, MI: 1929].

Burton, Clarence M. In the Footsteps of Cadillac. Detroit, MI: Wolverine Printing Co., 1899.

Burton, Clarence M. When Detroit was Young. Detroit, MI: Burton Abstract and Title Co., [1951].

Burton Historical Collection. Development of the Catholic Church in the Great Lakes Region: Represented in the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library. [Detroit, MI: 1962].

Campbell, Winifred. Grosse Ile in Wartime. Grosse Ile, MI: 1945.

Candler, Henry Ernest. A Century and One; Life Story of William Robert Candler. NY: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1933.

Canton's Country Schools. Canton, MI: Canton Historical Society, 1993.

Canton Township, Michigan Sesquicentennial: Time Capsule Edition. [Plymouth, MI: Plymouth-Canton Community Crier, 1984].

Capeci, Dominic J. Layered Violence: The Detroit Rioters of 1943. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1991.

Capeci, Dominic J. Race Relations in Wartime Detroit: The Sojourner Truth Housing Controversy, 1937-1942. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1984.

Carlson, Oscar A. It Happened at Rockwood: A History of the Gibralter School District. Rockwood, MI: Gibralter School District Board of Education, 1980.

Carnegie, William R. The Scotch Presbyterian Church of Detroit, its History from 1842 to 1938. Detroit, MI: Central Presbyterian Church, [19--].

Catlin, George B. A Brief History of Detroit in the Golden Days of '49. [Detroit, MI: Detroit Savings Bank], 1921.

Catlin, George B. The Story of Detroit. Detroit, MI: Detroit News, 1923.

The Centennial Celebration of the Evacuation of Detroit by the British. July 11, 1796-July 11, 1896. Detroit, MI: 1896.

Chafets, Zeaev. Devil's Night: And Other True Tales of Detroit. NY: Random House, 1990.

A Child's Story of Highland Park. Prepared by the Public School of Highland Park, n.d.

Christenson, Robert S. The Halfway-East Detroit Story. n.p., 1962.

City of Detroit Fourth of July Celebration and Formal Opening of the New City Hall: Programme of Exercises. [Detroit, MI: 1871].

The City of Hamtramck. [Hamtramck, MI: Hamtramck Board of Commerce, 1966].

A City that Moves with America: Commemorating Livonia's 10th Anniversary, 1950-1960. [Livonia, MI: 10thAnniversary Committee, 1960].

Clark, Alvin C. A History of the Wayne County Infirmary, Psychiatric and General Hospital Complex at Eloise, Michigan, 1832-1982. n.p., 1982.

Clark, Rufus W. Annals of St. Paul's Church, Detroit, Michigan, 1824-1904. Detroit, MI: Houghton Jacobsen Printing, 1904.

Clarke, James Freeman. William Hull and the Surrender of Detroit: A Biographical Sketch Taken . . . from the Volume "Memorial and Biographical Sketches". Boston, MA: George H. Ellis, 1912.

Clayton, Wallace E. The Growth of a Great Museum: An Informal History of the Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI: 1965.

Clyde, Walt. Fordson, U.S.A.: The Greatest Industrial City of the World. Detroit, MI: Clyde Publishing Co., 1926.

Clyde, Walt. A Million Dollar Secret. Detroit, MI: Walter Schulte Co., 1927.

Colbert, L.L. The View from Detroit. 1955.

Colby, Joy H. Art and a City; A History of the Detroit Society of Arts & Crafts. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1956.

Collins, Thomas J. Saint Lawrence of Utica, 1866-1951. An Account of the Beginnings and Growth of Saint Lawrence Parish in the Archdiocese of Detroit. Detroit, MI: Gabriel Richard Press, 1951.

Collins, Thomas J. St. Mary of Redford, 1843-1949. A Modern Parish with a Pioneer Spirit. A Centennial History of the Parish. . . Detroit, MI: St. Mary of Redford, 1949.

Comin, John. John Montieth, Pioneer Presbyterian of Detroit. Detroit, MI: Historical Committee on the Presbytery of Detroit, 1951.

Compendium of History and Biography of the City of Detroit and Wayne County, Michigan. Chicago, IL: H. Taylor & Co., 1909.

Connely, Mildred M. Gabriel Richard, Man of Action. Detroit, MI: [19--].

Conot, Robert E. American Odyssey. NY: Morrow, 1974.

Conway, James E. Historic Places Around Detroit: A Guide to 330 Historic Sites in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties. Detroit, MI: Detroit Historical Society, [1977].

Cosseboom, Kathy. Grosse Pointe, Michigan: Race Against Race. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 1972.

Cox, D.E. Detroit Today: A Portrait in Color. West Bloomfield, MI: Altwerger and Mandel, 1991.

Cox, Joseph P. The Black Book. Detroit, MI: J.P. Cox, [1900].

Crandell, Alger B. Belleville the Happy Town. Belleville, MI: Belleville Committee, 1960.

Crandell, Alger B. Detroit First! And Western Made It!. Ann Arbor, MI: Braun-Brumfield, 1963.

Crathern, Alice Tarbell. In Detroit Courage was the Fashion; The Contribution of Women to the Development of Detroit from 1701 to 1951. Detroit, MI: Wayne University Press, 1953.

Crisostomo, Manny. Moving Pictures: A Look at Detroit from High Atop the People Mover. Detroit, MI: Detroit Free Press, 1987.

Croisier, Anne C. Detroit and Philadelphia: A Comparison of Black Suburbanization in Two Metropolitan Areas. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Michigan, 1993.

Cuneo, Martha. Detroit's East Side Polish Community. Detroit, MI: Southeast Michigan Regional Ethnic Heritage Studies Center, 1975.

Dahlheimer, Harry. A History of the Mechanics Education Society of America in Detroit from its Inception in 1933 Through 1937. Detroit, MI: Wayne University Press, 1951.

Dain, Floyd R. Detroit and the Westward Movement. Detroit, MI: Wayne University Press, 1951.

Dain, Floyd. Detroit: The Story of Water Transportation. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1951.

Dain, Floyd R. Every House a Frontier; Detroit's Economic Progress, 1815-1825. Detroit, MI: Wayne University Press, 1956.

Dancy, John Campbell. Sand Against the Wind; The Memoirs of John C. Dancy. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1966.

Danziger, Edmund J. Survival and Regeneration: Detroit's American Indian Community. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1991.

Davis, Donald F. Conspicuous Production: Automobiles and Elites in Detroit, 1899-1933. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1988.

Davis, Marion Morse. Catherine Ernest in Old Detroit. Asheville, NC: Inland Press, 1954.

Day, James Ingersoll. A Few of the Buildings Designed and Erected Under the Supervision of George D. Mason and Associate Architects. Detroit, MI: J.I. Day, 1909.

The Dearborn Cavalcade Souvenir Program. Dearborn, MI: Cavalcade of Dearborn, October 12 to 14, 1950.

Dearborn, Henry Alexander Scammel. Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, Against the Attack of Gen. William Hull. Boston, MA: 1824.

Dearborn Historian. January-April 1961; October 1961; Winter/Spring 1963-Winter 1997.

Dearborn Historical Commission. The Happy Time. [A Collection of Childhood Memories by Present Dearborn Citizens. Dearborn, MI: Dearborn Historical Commission, 1954.

Dearborn Historical Commission. Saga of a Settler. Dearborn, MI: Dearborn Historical Museum, 1952.

Dearborn Historical Museum. Dearborn. Fifty Years of Progress. Dearborn, MI: Dearborn Historical Museum, 1979.

Dearborn Historical Society Quarterly. 1951- .

Democratic Free Press. May 5, 1831-April 24, 1833; January 8, 1834-December 31, 1847. (Detroit).

Derdarian, Mae M. 200 Years in the Life of Our Community: A Pictorial Essay. Detroit, MI: United Community Services of Metropolitan Detroit, 1976.

Des Autels, Frederick W. The Township of Redford: Its Heritage and History. n.p., 1975.

Deskin, Donald R. Residential Mobility of Negroes in Detroit, 1837-1965. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1972.

Detroit. [Detroit, MI: Wolverine News Co., 193-].

Detroit. NY: New Viewpoints, 1976. (Documentary History of American Cities).

Detroit: A Chronological and Documentary History, 1701-1976. Compiled and edited by Robert I. Vexler. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Oceana, 1977.

Detroit Advertiser and Tribune. July 10, 1862-October 13, 1877.

Detroit-All Roads will Lead to Detroit in September. Why? Bird's Eye View. Map, 1889.

Detroit: America's Most Beautiful City, Pre-Eminent as a Delightful Summer Resort, Belle Isle, an Island of Surpassing Loveliness. Detroit, MI: S.H. Knox, [19--].

Detroit and Its Waterfront Bird's Eye View. Map, 1887.

Detroit and the Pleasure Resorts of Northern Michigan. 1883.

Detroit and Vicinity, 1904. Detroit, MI: Handford Printing Co., 1904.

Detroit Architecture: AIA Guide. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1971.

The Detroit Area Economic Fact Book. 1963-1969; 1971.

Detroit, Beautiful City of the Straits. NY: S.H. Knox, [1906].

Detroit Bethany Presbyterian Church, Retrospect, Prospect. Souvenir of the New Chapel of Bethany Presbyterian Church. Detroit, MI: 1897.

Detroit Bicentennial Commission. Detroit, 1701-1976. [Detroit, MI: The Commission, 1976].

Detroit Black Heritage Tour. Detroit, MI: Southeast Michigan Regional Ethnic Heritage Studies Center, 1975.

Detroit Board of Commerce. Detroit's Business Leadership. [Detroit, MI: 1937].

Detroit Board of Education. One Hundred Years: The Story of the Detroit Public Schools, 1842-1942. Detroit, MI: The Board, 1942.

Detroit Boat Club. Detroit Boat Club, Centennial Book, 1839-1939. [Detroit, MI: Cliff Waner, 1940].

Detroit City Plan Commission. A Profile of Detroit 1970. Detroit, MI: The Department, [1975].

Detroit Club of Printing House Craftsmen. 25 years of Craftsmanship; Celebrated March 16, 1946, Hotel Statler. Detroit, MI: 1946.

Detroit Convention and Business Men's League. Detroit, the Convention City. Detroit, MI: [1898].

Detroit Daily Advertiser. September 9, 1839-May 11, 1841; August 14, 1857-May 7, 1858; November 3, 1858- July 7, 1862. (Have: August 29, 1839-September 5, 1839 under Detroit Advertiser).

Detroit Daily Post. July 1, 1870-October 31, 1877.

Detroit Daily Tribune. January 5, 1860-July 7, 1862.

Detroit 1806 to 1925. [Detroit, MI:] People's Outfitting Co., [1925].

Detroit 88: [the City Comes Back. . .] Detroit, MI: 1987.

The Detroiter. Detroit, MI: Board of Commerce, 1903- .

Detroit Fire Historical Record, 1825-1977. Marceline, MD: Welsworth Pub. Co., [1977].

Detroit First Baptist Church. 125th Years, 1827-1952. [Detroit, MI: 1952].

Detroit Fort Street Presbyterian Church. Dedication of the Michigan State Historical Marker. . . November 23, 1975. Detroit, MI: Fort Street Presbyterian Church, 1975.

Detroit Free Press (daily edition). January 1, 1848-December 31, 1899.

Detroit Free Press (weekly edition: London, England). July 16, 1881-April 1, 1899.

Detroit Gazette. July 25, 1817-April 22, 1830.

Detroit Golf Club; A Chronicle of Forty Years of Substantial Achievement, 1899-1939. Published for the Members by authority of the Board of Directors, Detroit, 1939.

Detroit Historical Department. BHS: Black Historic Sites in Detroit. Detroit, MI: Detroit Historical Dept., 1989.

Detroit Historical Museum. Cadillac's Village; Detroit Under the French Regime. Detroit, MI: 1958.

Detroit Historical Society. Bulletin. Jan 1945- .

Detroit Illustrated, the Commercial Metropolis of Michigan. Detroit, MI: H.H. Hook, 1891.

Detroit Images: Photographs of the Renaissance City. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1989.

Detroit in Earlier Days: A Few Notes on Some of the Old Buildings in the City. Detroit, MI: Burton Abstract & Title Co., 1914.

Detroit in Nineteen Hundred and One: A Chronological Record of Events Both Local and State During the First Year of the Twentieth Century. Detroit, MI: Evening News Association, 1902.

Detroit in Nineteen Hundred and Two Chronological Record of Events Both Local and State During the Second Year of the Twentieth Century. Detroit, MI: Evening News Association, 1903.

Detroit in Perspective. Detroit Historical Society, 1973- .

Detroit Labor News. March 30, 1917-December 27, 1984.

Detroit Lives. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1994.

Detroit Metropolitan Area Regional Planning Commission. Economy of the Detroit Area. Detroit, MI: The Commission, 1960.

Detroit, Michigan First Congregational Church Fiftieth Anniversary, December 8, 9, 10, 1894. [Detroit, MI: Winn & Hammond, 1895].

Detroit, Michigan First Congregational Church Quarter Centennial, December 8, 9, 10, 1869. Detroit, MI: Tribune Book and Job Office, 1870.

Detroit Monthly. Detroit, MI: Detroit Monthly Publishing Co., 1901- .

Detroit National Guard. History of the Detroit National Guard, Co. B, 4th Infantry, M.N.G. A Record of Events and Incidents from its Organization in 1869 to the Present Day. Detroit, MI: Detroit National Guard, 1896.

Detroit. New Detroit Committee. Progress Report, April, 1968. . . [Detroit, MI: Metropolitan Fund], 1968.

The Detroit News: 75 Years of Public Service. [n.p., 1948].

Detroit News Tribune. November 1, 1912-September 30, 1913.

Detroit of Today, the City of the Strait. Detroit, MI: Phoenix Publishing Co., 1893.

Detroit Olympic Committee. An Invitation to the International Olympic Committee Convened at Paris, France, June, 1955 to Celebrate the XVII Olympiad at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. 1960. Detroit, MI: The Committee, [1955].

Detroit Perspectives: Crossroads and Turning Points. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1991.

Detroit Post. March 27, 1866-December 31, 1869; July 1, 1870-October 13, 1877; August 1, 1884-October 31, 1885.

Detroit Post and Tribune. October 15, 1877-July 31, 1884.

Detroit Public Library. Christmas in Detroit a Hundred Years Ago. Detroit, MI: Detroit Public Library, 1942.

Detroit Public Library. Detroit in its World Setting: A 250 Year Chronology, 1701-1951. Detroit, MI: 1953.

Detroit Public Schools. Exploring Greater Detroit. Detroit, MI: Board of Education of the City of Detroit, 1955.

Detroit Public Sites Named for Blacks. [Detroit, MI:] Fred Hart Williams Genealogical Society, 1987.

Detroit, Race and Uneven Development. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1987.

Detroit, the Beautiful. Detroit, MI: Detroit News Co., [1911].

Detroit the Beautiful: The Parks, Streets and Public Buildings of the Most Beautiful City in North America. Buffalo, NY: W.G. McFarland, [1904].

Detroit, the City Beautiful. [Detroit, MI: Detroit Convention and Tourist Bureau, 1929, 1931, and 1953.

Detroit, "the City of the Strait," Historical Descriptive, Illustrative. Chicago, IL: General Passenger Dept., Michigan Central, 1901.

Detroit. The Guardian Detroit Group. The Straits of High Adventure. [Detroit, MI: The Franklin Press, 1928].

Detroit, the Most Beautiful City in the U.S. Beautiful Parks, Magnificent Buildings, Lovely Drives, Pleasant Walks, Etc.. [NY: W.G. MacFarlane, 1906].

The Detroit Times. What it Takes to Make a Metropolitan Newspaper. [Detroit, MI: Detroit Times, 1945].

Detroit Tribune. November 1, 1885-March 20, 1886; May 28, 1887-March 31, 1897; January 1, 1900-August 31, 1905; October 1, 1913-January 31, 1915.

Detroit Tribune. Our Domestic Resources and Industrial Interests; From the Detroit Daily Tribune, Feb. 3, 1860. Detroit, MI: Barns, French & Way, 1860.

Detroit Views. n.p., [1895].

Detroit Weekly Tribune. December 27, 1859-December 4, 1860.

Detroit Woman's Bi-Centenary Committee. Historical Art Souvenir: Detroit and Her Bi-Centenary, July 24, 25, 26, 1901. Detroit, MI: Morrison Print. Co., 1901.

Detroit's 250th Anniversary, Hudson's 70th Year. [Detroit, MI:] J.L. Hudson Co., [1951].

Developing Urban Detroit Area Research Project. Emergence and Growth of an Urban Region: The Developing Urban Detroit Area. Detroit, MI: Detroit Edison Co., 1966. 3 Volumes.

De Weese, Pamela Marshall. The Detroit Eastern Farmers' Market: Its Social Structure and Functions. [Detroit, MI:] Ethnic Studies Division, Center for Urban Studies, Wayne State University, 1975.

Dickie, James F. Reminiscences of Detroit. Lansing, MI: Michigan Historical Commission, 1930.

Dickie, J.F. The Story of the Central (Scotch) Presbyterian Church, Detroit. [n.p., 1879].

. . . Documents Relating to the Erection of Wayne County and Michigan Territory. Detroit, MI: Detroit Public Library, 1922-23.

Dodge, John. Narrative of Mr. John Dodge During His Captivity at Detroit. Cedar Rapids, IA: Torch Press, 1909.

Downie, William. A Complete History of Calvary Presbyterian Church: From its Beginning in 1868 Until its 75thAnniversary, May 25th, 1943. Detroit, MI: [Calvary Presbyterian Church], 1943.

Early Days in Garden City. [Garden City, MI:] The Garden City Historical Commission, 1962.

Eaton, Eleanor. Dearborn: A Pictorial History. Norfolk, VA: Donning Co., 1984.

Edwards, Jeffrey Brian. The Resolution of an Urban Crisis: Racial Formation in Detroit, 1961-1981. M.A. Thesis, University of Minnesota, 1992.

Edwards, Richard. Industries of Michigan. City of Detroit, Historical and Descriptive Review. NY: Historical Publishing Co., 1880.

Eisinger, Peter K. The Politics of Displacement: Racial and Ethnic Transition in Three American Cities. NY: Academic Press, 1980.

Elenbaas, Jack D. Detroit and the Progressive Era: A Study of Urban Reform, 1900-1914. Ph.D. Thesis, Wayne State University, 1968.

Emmons, Harold H. History of the Cadillac Post, No. 333, American Legion. Detroit, MI: 1955. (Detroit).

Ethnic Communities of Greater Detroit. Compiled from the conference on Ethnic Communities in Detroit, June 11-13, 1970 at Wayne State University. Detroit, MI: 1970.

Ethnic Groups in the City: Culture, Institutions and Power. Lexington, MA: Heath Lexington Books, [1971].

Evening News. August 23, 1873-May 31, 1889. (Detroit).

Evening News Association, Detroit. Detroit, Michigan. . .Illustrating its Commercial Importance, the Beauties of its Location and the Many Features that Have Given it a Good Name the World Over. Detroit, MI: Photochrom Co., 1900.

Ewen, Lynda A. Corporate Power and Urban Crisis in Detroit. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1978.

Exposition Souvenir of Detroit: " The City of the Straits". [Detroit, MI: Raynor & Taylor, 1891].

Faber, William F. Fifty Years: A History of Saint John's Church of Detroit, Michigan. Detroit, MI: Richmond & Backus, 1909.

Farmer, Silas. All About Detroit: An Illustrated Guide, Map and Historical Souvenir with Local Stories. Detroit, MI: Silas Farmer, 1899.

Farmer, Silas. The History of Detroit and Michigan, or the Metropolis Illustrated. Detroit, MI: Silas Farmer & Co., 1884.

Farmer, Silas. History of Detroit and Wayne County and Early Michigan. Detroit, MI: Silas Farmer & Co., 1890. 2 Volumes.

Feddersen, Christian T. Scandinavians in Michigan, with Special References to Detroit and Environs. Romeo, MI: The Author, 1968.

Feinstein, Otto. Study Guide for Immigrants and Migrants: The Detroit Ethnic Experience. Detroit, MI: Michigan Ethnic Heritage Studies Center, [1974].

Ferry, W. Hawkins. The Buildings of Detroit: A History. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1968.

Ferry, W. Hawkins. The Buildings of Detroit: A History. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1980.

Fine, Sidney. Violence in the Model City: The Cavanagh Administration, Race Relations, and the Detroit Riot of 1967. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1989.

First National Bank. Highlights of Detroit History in Miniature; A Series of Models First Displayed at the Opening of the Fisher Building Branch, October 22, 1928. Detroit, MI: First National Bank, 1928.

The First National Bank of Detroit, 1863-1908. Detroit, MI: The Bank, 1908.

Fisher, Dale. Detroit. [Ann Arbor, MI: Monkfish, 1985].

Ford Motor Company. . . . Fair Lane, the House and Gardens. Dearborn, MI: Ford Motor Company Archives, 1955. (Dearborn).

Forster, Edith C. Exploring Greater Detroit. Detroit, MI: Detroit Public Schools, 1955.

Forster, Edith C. Yesterday's Highways; Traveling Around Early Detroit. Detroit, MI: Wayne University Press, 1951.

Fragnoli, Raymond R. The Transformation of Reform: Progressivism in Detroit--and After, 1912-1933. NY: Garland Pub., 1982.

Fredsell, Harold F. John Monteith and Detroit Presbyterianism. Ann Arbor, MI: Ann Arbor Press, 1966.

Freitag, Alfred J. Detroit in the Civil War. Detroit, MI: Wayne University Press, 1951.

Geary, Maurice. A Century of Conquest: St. Alphonsus Parish, Dearborn. [Kingsport, TN: Kingsport Press, 1952].

Georgakas, Dan. Detroit, I Do Mind Dying: A Study in Urban Revolution. NY: St. Martin's Press, 1975.

Gilbert, Helen F. Tonquish Tales. Plymouth, MI: Pilgrim Heritage Press, 1984.

Gilpin, Alec Richard. General William Hull and the War on the Detroit in 1812. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Michigan, 1949.

Glazer, Sidney. Detroit: A Study in Urban Development. NY: Bookman Associates, 1965.

Glazer, Sidney. Industrial Detroit: Men at Work. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1952.

Goddard, Katharine Russel. Remembering My Life. [Ann Arbor, MI: K.R. Goddard, 1988]. (Detroit).

Good, David L. Orvie: The Dictator of Dearborn: The Rise and Reign of Orville L. Hubbard. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1989.

Goode, Gerald J. A Dove from the Dark. Los Angeles, CA: Authors Unlimited, 1989. (Northville).

Goodrich, Calvin. The First Michigan Frontier. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1940.

Gordy, Berry. Movin' Up: Pop Gordy Tells His Story. NY: Harper & Row, 1979. (Detroit).

Grace and Edith. Two Weeks with the Toppings, August 8th to 22nd, 1899, Detroit, Michigan. [n.p., 1900].

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