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The Michigan Historical Review

Housed in the Clarke Historical Library

MHRFall2015.JPG The Clarke Historical Library is pleased to serve as the home for the Michigan Historical Review, the only scholarly publication devoted to the history of Michigan. The Review is published twice yearly. For subscription information, please contact the Review office.
The Michigan Historical Review
250 Preston St.
Central Michigan University
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859

You may also reach the staff by emailing us at or by calling 989.774.6567. Faxes may be sent to 989.774.2160 Attn: Michigan Historical Review.

The Review welcomes submissions relating to Michigan's political, economic, social, and cultural history. The editor also welcomes manuscripts in American, Canadian, and Midwestern history that explore important themes related to Michigan's past. Articles should range from approximately 6,000-12,000 words and must be submitted electronically to the e-mail ( linked above. They should be double spaced with footnotes in Chicago Style (16th edition). Full-length articles receive a double-blind, peer review. Research notes and documents are reviewed in-house.

Articles are abstracted and indexed in America: History and Life, Current Contents, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, and International Bibliography of Book Reviews. Full text of articles are available through JSTORĀ® (Full text 1986-2015) and in Gale Group's Expanded Academic OneFileĀ® (Full text 1999-2010, Index 1999-2015).

The Review is published through the support of Central Michigan University, the CMU Department of History, the Clarke Historical Library, the Historical Society of Michigan, the Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan, and the Grand Rapids Public Library.