Subject Index- D

DAKOTA (SIOUX)
CLEMMONS, Linda. “‘Our Children are in danger of becoming little Indians’: Protestant Missionary Children and Dakotas, 1835-1862,” 25:2, 69-90.
 
JUNG, Patrick J. “Toward the Black Hawk War: The Sauk and Fox Indians and the War of 1812,” 38:1, 27-52.
 
STEVENS, Paul L. “Wabasha Visits Governor Carleton, 1776: New Light on a Legendary Episode of Dakota-British Diplomacy on the Great Lakes Frontier,” 16:1, 21-48.
 
de kruif, paul
VERHAVE, Jan Peter. “Paul de Kruif: A Michigan Leader in Public Health,” 39.1, 41-70.
 
DE PEYSTER, ARENT SCHYYLER
WALSH, Martin W. “A War Council for the Drawing Room: Arent Schuyler de Peyster’s ‘Speech to the Western Indians,’” 28:1, 91-107.
 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY
BOLES, Frank. “Michigan Newspapers: A Two-Hundred-Year Review,” 36:1, 31-69.
 
BOYER, Hugh E. “The Decline of the Progressive Party in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula: The Case of Congressman William J. MacDonald in 1914,” 13:2, 75-94.
 
BRATT, Peter. “A Great Revolution in Feeling: The American Civil War in Niles and Grand Rapids, Michigan,” 31:2, 43-66.
 
CAPECI, Dominic J. “‘Never Leave Me’: The Wartime Correspondence of Peg and George Edwards, 1944 to 1945,” 27:2, 91-130.
 
DEMPSEY, Dave. “Perry Bullard: Liberal Lawmaker, 1972-1992,” 29:1, 97-117.
 
FINE, Sidney. “‘A Jewel in the Crown of All of Us’: Michigan Enacts a Fair Employment Practices Act, 1941-1958,” 22:1, 19-66.
 
GRANT, Philip A. Jr. “The Presidential Election of 1932 in Michigan,” 12:1, 83-94.
 
HERSHOCK, Martin J. “Copperheads and Radicals: Michigan Partisan Politics during the Civil War Era, 1860-1865,” 18:1, 29-69.
 
HOLLI, Melvin G. “Emil E. Hurja: Michigan’s Presidential Pollster,” 21:2, 125-138.
 
HOLLI, Melvin G. “The Founding of Detroit by Cadillac,” 27:1, 129-136.
 
JENNINGS , Richard P. “Rhetorical Analysis of Chase S. Osborn’s 1910 Primary Campaign for Governor,” 17:2, 35-75.
 
ORTQUIST, Richard T. “The Perils of Victory: Michigan Democrats in the Wake of 1932,” 17:2, 21-33.
 
SMITH, Mike. “‘Let’s Make Detroit a Union Town’: The History of Labor and the Working Class in the Motor City,” 27:2, 157-173.
 
STEIN-ROGGENBUCK, Susan. “A Contest for Local Control: Emergency Relief in Depression-Era Michigan,” 26:2, 91-126.
 
VANDERMEER, Phillip. “Political Crisis and Third Parties: The Gold Democrats of Michigan,” 15:2, 61-84.
 
DEPRESSION (THE GREAT)
BARNETT, Le Roy. “The Completion of Michigan’s WPA Imprints Inventory: Items Published 1851-1876,” 35:2, 97-107.
 
HALL, Mitchell. “Bibliography: The New Deal,” 25.1, 135-137.
 
LEVERING, Marijean.  “History on Stage: The Detroit Players, Prohibition, and the Great Depression,” 33.2, 47-79.
 
REYNOLDS, Douglas. “Engines of Struggle: Technology, Skill, and Unionization at General Motors, 1930-1940,” 15:1, 69-92.
 
STEIN-ROGGENBUCK, Susan. “A Contest for Local Control: Emergency Relief in Depression-Era Michigan,” 26:2, 91-126.
 
VARGAS, Zaragosa. “Life and Community in the ‘Wonderful City of the Magic Motor’: Mexican Immigrants in 1920s Detroit,” 15:1, 45-68.
 
VERHAVE, Jan Peter. “Paul de Kruif: A Michigan Leader in Public Health,” 39.1, 41-70.
 
DETROIT
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Michigan Maps in the Detroit Evening News, 1873-1900,” 33:1, 99-108.
 
BHALLA, Vibha. “Detroit and Windsor as Transnational Spaces: A Case Study of Asian Indian Migrants,” 34:2, 99-116.
 
BOYEA, Earl. “The North Dorr Church Property Dispute,” 16:2, 75-90.
 
BOYLE, Kevin. “The Ruins of Detroit: Exploring the Urban Crisis in the Motor City,” 27.1, 109-128.
 
BROPHY, Anne. “‘The Committee . . . has stood out against coercion’: The Reinvention of Detroit Americanization, 1915-1931,” 29:2, 1-39.
 
BURNS, Andrea. “Waging Cold War in a Model City: The Investigation of ‘Subversive’ Influences in the 1967 Detroit Riot,” 30:1, 3-30.
 
CAPECI, Dominic J. “‘Never Leave Me’: The Wartime Correspondence of Peg and George Edwards, 1944 to 1945,” 27:2, 91-130.
 
CAPECI, Dominic J. Jr. and Martha Wilkerson. “The Detroit Rioters of 1943: A Reinterpretation,” 16:1, 49-72.
 
CARTER, Sue. “‘Women Don’t Do News: Fran Harris and Detroit’s Radio Station WWJ,” 24:2, 76-87.
 
CARTER-EDWARDS, Dennis. “The War of 1812 Along the Detroit Frontier: A Canadian Perspective,” 13:2, 25-50.
 
CRAGG, Thomas. “Habitués of the Police Court: Criminal Justice for the Poor in Antebellum Detroit,” 35.1, 1-28.
 
DE MATTEO, Arthur E. “Organized Labor versus the Mayor: The Detroit Federation of Labor and the Revised City Charter of 1914,” 21:2, 63-92.
 
DESIDERIO, Francis. ‘“A Catalyst for Downtown’: Detroit’s Renaissance Center,” 35.1, 83-112.
 
DUNNIGAN, Brian Leigh. “‘The Prettiest Settlement in America’: A Select Bibliography of Early Detroit through the War of 1812.” 27:1, 1-20.
 
DYE, Keith. “The Black Manifesto for Reparations in Detroit: Challenge and Response, 1969,” 35:2, 53-83.
 
GODZAK, Roman P. “Archives of the Archdiocese of Detroit,” 23.1, 126-133.
 
GOLD, Kenneth M. “‘We just don’t want to keep on going to useless meetings’: Community Organizing at Detroit’s Jefferson Junior High School, 1966-1967,” 32:1, 97-121.
 
HALL, Jake. “Anti-Injunction Campaigns and the Transformation of Labor Law in Detroit, 1915 to 1921,” 36:1, 1-29.
 
HATTER, Lawrence B. A. “The Transformation of the Detroit Land Market and the Formation of the Anglo-American Border,” 34:1, 83-99.
 
HOLLI, Melvin G. “Mayoring in Detroit, 1824-1985: Is Upward Mobility the ‘Impossible Dream?’” 13:1, 1-19.
 
HYDE, Charles. ‘“Detroit the Dynamic’: The Industrial History of Detroit from Cigars to Cars,” 27:1, 57-74.
 
HYDE, Charles K. “The Dodge Brothers, the Automobile Industry, and Detroit Society in the Early Twentieth Century,” 22:2, 49-82.
 
HYDE, Charles K. “Planning a Transportation System for Metropolitan Detroit in the Age of the Automobile: The Triumph of the Expressway,” 32:1, 59-95.
 
KERSTEN, Andrew E. “Jobs and Justice: Detroit, Fair Employment, and Federal Activism during the Second World War,” 25:1, 76-101.
 
KEVE, Paul W. “Building a Better Prison: The First Three Decades of the Detroit House of Correction,” 25:2, 1-28.
 
KLUG, Thomas A. “Labor Market Politics in Detroit: The Curious Case of the ‘Spolansky Act’ of 1931,” 14:1, 1-32.
 
KLUG, Thomas A. “Residents by Day, Visitors by Night: The Origins of the Alien Commuter on the U.S.-Canadian Border during the 1920s,” 34:2, 75-98.
 
KRAMER, Michael J. “‘Can’t Forget the Motor City’: CREEM Magazine, Rock Music, Detroit Identity, Mass Consumerism, and the Counterculture,” 28:2, 43-77.
 
LEASHER, Evelyn. “Bibliography:  Broadside Press of Detroit,” 26.1, 107-123.
 
LEVERING, Marijean.  “History on Stage: The Detroit Players, Prohibition, and the Great Depression,” 33.2, 47-79.
 
LONGO, Julie. “Consuming Freedom: The International Freedom Festival as Transnational Tourism Strategy on the Windsor-Detroit Border, 1959-1976,” 34:2, 119-137.
 
LONGO, Julie. “Remembering the Renaissance City: Detroit’s Bicentennial Homecoming Festival and Urban Redevelopment,” 32:2, 89-118.
 
MARTIN, Ruth. “They feel the beams resting upon their necks”: George W. Crockett and the Development of Equal Justice Under Law, 1948-1969,” 39:2, 51-76.
 
MORRIS-CROWTHER, Jayne. “Municipal Housekeeping: The Political Activities of the Detroit Federation of Women’s Clubs in the 1920s,” 30:1, 31-57.
 
MURAGE, Njeru. “Making Migrants an Asset: The Detroit Urban League-Employers Alliance in Wartime Detroit, 1916 to 1919,” 26:1, 67-104.
 
RAUCH, Steven J. “A Stain Upon the Nation?: A Review of the Detroit Campaign of 1812 in United States Military History,” 38:1, 129-153.
 
REID, John B. “‘A Career to Build, a People to Serve, a Purpose to Accomplish’: Race, Class, Gender, and Detroit’s First Black Women Schoolteachers, 1865-1916,” 18:1, 1-27.
 
RIDDLE, David. “Race and Reaction in Warren, Michigan, 1971-1974: Bradley v. Milliken and the Cross-District Busing Controversy,” 26:2, 1-49.
 
SHELLY, Cara L. “Bradby’s Baptists: Second Baptist Church of Detroit, 1910-1946,” 17:1, 1-33.
 
SHOCKLEY, Megan Taylor. “Working for Democracy:  Working-Class African-American Women, Citizenship, and Civil Rights in Detroit, 1940-1954,” 29.2, 125-157.
 
SKAFF, Sheila. “Ambivalence and Cigarettes: Egon Erwin Kisch’s ‘At Ford’s Place in Detroit,’ with a Translation of the Text,” 29:1, 119-131.
 
SMITH, Michael O. “The City as State: Franchises, Politics, and Transit Development in Detroit, 1863-1879,” 23:1, 1-32.
 
SMITH, Mike. “‘Let’s Make Detroit a Union Town’: The History of Labor and the Working Class in the Motor City,” 27:2, 157-173.
 
SMITH, Suzanne E. ‘“Boogie Chillen’: Uncovering Detroit’s African-American Cultural History,” 21.1, 93-108.
 
STEVENS, Paul L. “The Indian Diplomacy of Capt. Richard B. Lernoult, British Military Commandant of Detroit, 1774-1775,” 13:1, 47-82.
 
TEASDALE, Guillaume. “Old Friends and New Foes: French Settlers and Indians in the Detroit River Border Region,” 38:2, 35-62.
 
TUCKER, Patrick M. “From Fallen Timbers to the British Evacuation of Detroit, 1794-1796: The Roman Catholic Priest Who Was a British Agent,” 37:1, 41-76.
 
TUCKER, Patrick M. and Laurel E. Heyman. “Welcome to Hard Times: Two French Merchants and Militiamen in the Detroit River Region during the War of 1812,” 38:1, 53-81.
 
VARGAS, Zaragosa. “Life and Community in the ‘Wonderful City of the Magic Motor’: Mexican Immigrants in 1920s Detroit,” 15:1, 45-68.
 
WARGO, Justin. “’A Case Without Parallel’: The Sensational Battle over Eber Brock Ward’s Will and Subsequent Legacy of Detroit’s First Great Industrialist,” 39:2, 77-104.
 
WILSON, Brian. “The Spirit of the Motor City: Three Hundred Years of Religious History in Detroit,” 27:1, 21-56.
 
WOLF, James C. “The Midwest Capuchin Province of St. Joseph, Michigan: Its History and Its Archives,” 27.1, 137-154.
 
WOOD, Gregory. “‘The Paralysis of the Labor Movement’: Men, Masculinity, and Unions in 1920s Detroit,” 30:1, 31-57.
 
WOOLCOTT, Victoria W. “Gendered Perspectives on Detroit History,” 27.1, 75-92.
 
DETROIT EVENING NEWS
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Michigan Maps in the Detroit Evening News, 1873-1900,” 33:1, 99-108.
 
BOLES, Frank. “Michigan Newspapers: A Two-Hundred-Year Review,” 36:1, 31-69.
 
DETROIT FREE PRESS
BOLES, Frank. “Michigan Newspapers: A Two-Hundred-Year Review,” 36:1, 31-69.
 
DETROIT NEWS
BOLES, Frank. “Michigan Newspapers: A Two-Hundred-Year Review,” 36:1, 31-69.
 
detroit Players
LEVERING, Marijean.  “History on Stage: The Detroit Players, Prohibition, and the Great Depression,” 33.2, 47-79.
 
DIPLOMACY
ALLEN, Robert S. “His Majesty’s Indian Allies: Native Peoples, the British Crown, and the War of 1812,” 14:2, 1-24.
  
CALLOWAY, Colin G. “The End of an Era: British-Indian Relations in the Great Lakes Region after the War of 1812,” 12:2, 1-20.
 
CARROLL, Francis M. “The Search for the Canadian-American Boundary along the Michigan Frontier: 1819-1827: The Boundary Commissions under Articles Six and Seven of the Treaty of Ghent,” 30:2, 77-103.
 
FIXICO, Donald L. “The Alliance of the Three Fires in Trade and War, 1630-1812,” 20:2, 1-23.
 
GRAY, Susan E. “Limits and Possibilities: White-Indian Relations in Western Michigan in the Era of Removal,” 20:2, 71-91.
 
HORSMAN, Reginald. “On to Canada: Manifest Destiny and United States Strategy in the War of 1812,” 13:2, 1-24.
 
MEIJER, Hank. “Arthur Vandenberg and the Fight for Neutrality, 1939,” 16:2, 1-21.
 
MEIJER, Hank. “Hunting for the Middle Ground: Arthur Vandenberg and the Mackinac Charter, 1943,” 19:2, 1-21.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Hypocrisy on the Great Lakes Frontier: The Use of Whiskey by the Michigan Department of Indian Affairs,” 18:2, 1-13.
 
STEVENS, Paul L. “The Indian Diplomacy of Capt. Richard B. Lernoult, British Military Commandant of Detroit, 1774-1775,” 13:1, 47-82.
 
STEVENS, Paul L. “Wabasha Visits Governor Carleton, 1776: New Light on a Legendary Episode of Dakota-British Diplomacy on the Great Lakes Frontier,” 16:1, 21-48.
 
WALSH, Martin W. “A War Council for the Drawing Room: Arent Schuyler de Peyster’s ‘Speech to the Western Indians,’” 28:1, 91-107.
 
DODGE, JOHN FRANCIS AND HORACE ELGIN
HYDE, Charles K. “The Dodge Brothers, the Automobile Industry, and Detroit Society in the Early Twentieth Century,” 22:2, 49-82.
 
DOUGHERTY, PETER
TANNER, Helen Hornbeck. “Mapping the Grand Traverse Indian Country: The Contributions of Peter Dougherty,” 31:1, 201-247.
 
dow, Alden B.
WAITE, Robert G. “The Alden B. Dow Archives,” 24.2, 128-134.
 
DUTCH AMERICANS
DOUMA, Michael. “Memory and the Myth of Albertus C. Van Raalte: How Holland, Michigan, Remembers Its Founding Father,” 36:2, 36-61.
 
SWIERENGA, Robert P. “Decisions, Decisions: Turning Points in the Founding of Holland,” 24:1, 49-72.
 
VERHAVE, Jan Peter. “Paul de Kruif: A Michigan Leader in Public Health,” 39.1, 41-70.
 
WAGENAAR, Larry. “The Joint Archives of Holland,” 24.2, 139-142.
 
ZWART, David. “Constructing the Homeland: Dutch Americans and the Netherlands Information Bureau during the 1940s,” 33.2, 81-100.
 

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