Subject Index- G

 

Gender
HAVIRA, Barbara Speas. “Coeducation and Gender Differentiation in Teacher Training: Western State Normal School, 1904-1929,” 21:1, 49-82.
 
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.
 
VILES, Debra A. “Disabilities of Marriage: Gender and Law in Antebellum Michigan,” 28:1, 1-31.
 
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.
 
GENERAL MOTORS
LYNCH, Timothy P. “‘Sit Down! Sit Down!’: Songs of the General Motors Sit-Down Strike, 1936-1937,” 22:2, 1-47.
 
REYNOLDS, Douglas. “Engines of Struggle: Technology, Skill, and Unionization at General Motors, 1930-1940,” 15:1, 69-92.
  
WEST, Kenneth B. “‘On the Line:’ Rank and File Reminiscences of Working Conditions and the General Motors Sit-Down Strike of 1936-1937,” 12:1, 57-82.
 
WEST, Kenneth B. “Standard Cotton Products and the General Motors Sit-Down Strike: Some ‘Forgotten Men’ Remembered,” 14:1, 57-73.
 
GEORGIAN BAY
CAMPBELL, Claire. “‘Behold me a sojourner in the wilderness’: Early Encounters with the Georgian Bay,” 28:1, 33-62.
 
GNADENHUTTEN
BOWES, John P. “The Gnadenhutten Effect: Moravian Converts and the Search for Safety in the Canadian Borderlands,” 34:1, 101-117.
 
GOSSER, RICHARD T.
BORDEN, Timothy G. “‘Toledo Is a Good Town for Working People’: Richard T. Gosser and the UAW’s Fight for Pensions,” 26:1, 45-65.
 
GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN
ENDERS, Calvin. “Under Grand Haven’s White Sheets,” 19:1, 47-61.
 
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN
BRATT, Peter. “A Great Revolution in Feeling: The American Civil War in Niles and Grand Rapids, Michigan,” 31:2, 43-66.
 
BRATT, Peter A. “Renewing a Grand Center: Postwar Planning in Grand Rapids, Michigan: 1949 to 1959,” 36:2, 127-158.
 
FERNÁNDEZ, Delia. “Becoming Latino: Mexican and Puerto Rican Community Formation in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1926-1964,” 39.1, 71-99.
 
JELKS, Randal M. “Making Opportunity: The Struggle against Jim Crow in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1890-1927,” 19:2, 23-48.
 
KLEIMAN, Jeffrey. “The Rule from Above: Businessmen, Bankers, and the Drive to Organize in Grand Rapids, 1890-1906,” 12:2, 45-68.
 
OLSON, Gordon. “Local History Department: Grand Rapids Public Library,” 26.1, 145-148.
 
Shapiro-Shapin, Carolyn G. “‘A Whole Community Working Together’:  Pearl Kendrick, Grace Eldering, and the Grand Rapids Pertussis Trials, 1932-1939,” 33.1, 59-85
 
TAP, Bruce. “‘The Evils of Intemperance Are Universally Conceded’: The Temperance Debate in Early Grand Rapids,” 19:1, 17-45.
 
Grand Traverse Indian Country
TANNER, Helen Hornbeck. “Mapping the Grand Traverse Indian Country: The Contributions of Peter Dougherty,” 31:1, 45-92.
 
Grave Robbing
PETERS, Bernard C. “Indian-Grave Robbing at Sault Ste. Marie, 1826,” 23:2, 49-80.
 
graveraet river
Peters, Bernard C. “A Duel Leaves a Name on Michigan’s Lake Superior Shoreline,” 17:1, 82-85.
 
GREAT BRITAIN
ALLEN, Robert S. “His Majesty’s Indian Allies: Native Peoples, the British Crown, and the War of 1812,” 14:2, 1-24.
 
ANTAL, Sandy. “Michigan Ceded: Why and Wherefore?” 31:1, 1-26.
 
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.
 
CARTER-EDWARDS, Dennis. “The War of 1812 Along the Detroit Frontier: A Canadian Perspective,” 13:2, 25-50.
 
DUNNIGAN, Brian Leigh. “To Make a Military Appearance: Uniforming Michigan’s Militia and Fencibles,” 15:1, 29-43.
 
GOUGH, Barry. “Michilimackinac and Prairie du Chien: Northern Anchors of British Authority in the War of 1812,” 38:1, 83-105.
 
HATTER, Lawrence B. A. “The Transformation of the Detroit Land Market and the Formation of the Anglo-American Border,” 34:1, 83-99.
 
HORSMAN, Reginald. “On to Canada: Manifest Destiny and United States Strategy in the War of 1812,” 13:2, 1-24.
 
JUNG, Patrick J. “Toward the Black Hawk War: The Sauk and Fox Indians and the War of 1812,” 38:1, 27-52.
 
SKAGGS, David Curtis. “Decisions at Sandwich: William Henry Harrison and the Pursuit to the Thames” 38:1, 107-28.
 
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.
 
TRASK, Kerry A. “Settlement in a Half-Savage Land: Life and Loss in the Metis Community of La Baye,” 15:1, 1-27.
 
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.
 
WALSH, Martin W. “A War Council for the Drawing Room: Arent Schuyler de Peyster’s ‘Speech to the Western Indians,’” 28:1, 91-107.
 
WIDDER, Keith R. “After the Conquest: Michilimackinac, a Borderland in Transition,” 34:1, 43-61.
 
GREAT LAKES
ALTOFF, Gerry T. “Oliver Hazard Perry and the Battle of Lake Erie,” 14:2, 25-57.
 
BOWLUS, Bruce. “Bold Experiments: The Evolution of the Great Lakes Ore Carrier,” 22:1, 1-17.
 
BUKOWCZYK, John J. “The Permeable Border, the Great Lakes Region, and the Canadian-American Relationship,” 34:2, 1-16.
 
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.
 
CAMPBELL, Claire. “‘Behold me a sojourner in the wilderness’: Early Encounters with the Georgian Bay,” 28:1, 33-62.
 
CARPENTER, Roger. “Making War More Lethal: Iroquois vs. Huron in the Great Lakes Region, 1609 to 1650,” 27:2, 33-51.
 
DANZER, Gerald A. “Michigan: Cartographic Perspectives on the ‘Great Lakes State,’” 31:1, 201-247.
 
DEMERS, E. A. S. “Native-American Slavery and Territoriality in the Colonial Upper Great Lakes Region,” 28:2, 163-172.
 
DUNBABIN, J. P. D. “Motives for Mapping the Great Lakes: Upper Canada, 1782-1827,” 31:1, 1-44.
 
ENGLEBERT, Robert. “Merchant Representatives and the French River World, 1763-1803,” 34:1, 63-82.
 
KERRIGAN, William. “Apples on the Border: Orchards and the Contest for the Great Lakes,” 34:1, 25-41.
 
LEWIS, G. Malcolm. “First Nations Mapmaking in the Great Lakes Region in Intercultural Contexts: A Historical Review,” 30:2, 1-34.
 
LEWIS, G. Malcolm. “Intracultural Mapmaking by First Nations Peoples in the Great Lakes Region: A Historical Review,” 32:1, 1-17.
 
PEDLEY, Mary Sponberg. “Louis Charles Karpinski and the Cartography of the Great Lakes,” 31:1, 167-199.
 
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. “Wabasha Visits Governor Carleton, 1776: New Light on a Legendary Episode of Dakota-British Diplomacy on the Great Lakes Frontier,” 16:1, 21-48.
 
GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN
TRASK, Kerry A. “Settlement in a Half-Savage Land: Life and Loss in the Metis Community of La Baye,” 15:1, 1-27.

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