Subject Index- L
​LA BAYE, WISCONSIN
TRASK, Kerry A. “Settlement in a Half-Savage Land: Life and Loss in the Metis Community of La Baye,” 15:1, 1-27.
 
LABOR
ANASTAKIS, Dimitry. “Continental Auto Politics: The Failure of Opposition to the 1965 Auto Pact in Canada and the United States,” 27:2, 131-155.
 
ASHENDEL, Anita. “Fabricating Independence: Industrial Labor in Antebellum Indiana,” 23:2, 1-24.
 
BABSON, Steve. “Class, Craft, and Culture: Tool and Die Makers and the Organization of the UAW,” 14:1, 33-55.
 
BALTAKIS, Anthony. “On the Defensive: Walter Reuther’s Testimony Before the McClellan Labor Rackets Committee,” 25:2, 47-68.
 
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Index to the Annual Reports of the Michigan Department of Labor, 1884-1920,” 33:1, 109-23.

​BAUGH-HELTON, Tiffany. "A Woman's Place is in Her Union: The UAW's 1944 National Women's Conference and Women's Labor Activism," 40:1, 73-96.

BLACK, Joel E. “A Crime to Live Without Work: Free Labor and Marginal Workers in Industrial Chicago, 1870 to 1920,” 36:2, 63-93.
 
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.
 
BROMSEN, Amy. ‘“They all sort of disappeared’: The Early Cohort of UAW Women Leaders,” 37:1, 5-39.
 
DAVIDOW, Robert P. “The 1939 Trial of Raymond Tessmer: Exemplar of UAW Factionalism,” 38:2, 107-121.
 
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.
 
FINE, Sidney. “‘A Jewel in the Crown of All of Us’: Michigan Enacts a Fair Employment Practices Act, 1941-1958,” 22:1, 19-66.

FRENCH, Amy Holtman. "Mixing It Up: Michigan Barmaids Fights for Civil Rights," 40:1, 27-48.

HALL, Jake. “Anti-Injunction Campaigns and the Transformation of Labor Law in Detroit, 1915 to 1921,” 36:1, 1-29.
 
HALPERN, Martin. “The Politics of Auto Union Factionalism: The Michigan CIO in the Cold War Era,” 13:2, 51-73.
 
KERSTEN, Andrew E. “Jobs and Justice: Detroit, Fair Employment, and Federal Activism during the Second World War,” 25:1, 76-101.
 
KLUG, Thomas A. “Labor Market Politics in Detroit: The Curious Case of the `Spolansky Act’ of 1931,” 14:1, 1-32.
 
LAUCK, Jon. “The National Farmers Organization and Farmer Bargaining Power,” 24:2, 88-127. 
 
LYNCH, Timothy P. “‘Sit Down! Sit Down!’: Songs of the General Motors Sit-Down Strike, 1936-1937,” 22:2, 1-47.
 
MEYER, Steve. “An Economic ‘Frankenstein’: UAW Workers’ Responses to Automation at the Ford Brook Park Plant in the 1950s,” 28:1, 63-89.
 
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Civil War Recruiting and Recruits from Ever-Changing Labor Pools: Midland County, Michigan, as a Case Study,” 35:1, 29-60.
 
MORALEZ, Eduardo. “Settling Out and Fitting In: Family and Migration in the Ethnic Mexican Midwest during the Twentieth Century,” 37:2, 29-51.
 
MURAGE, Njeru. “Making Migrants an Asset: The Detroit Urban League-Employers Alliance in Wartime Detroit, 1916 to 1919,” 26:1, 67-104.
 
RAUCHER, Margaret. “Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs: Automobile Workers and the UAW,” 22.2, 157-166.
 
REYNOLDS, Douglas. “Engines of Struggle: Technology, Skill, and Unionization at General Motors, 1930-1940,” 15:1, 69-92.
 
REYNOLDS, Terry S.  “Calm or Conflicted?: Labor-Management Relations on Michigan’s Iron Ranges in the Nineteenth Century,” 33.2, 1-45.
 
SHOCKLEY, Megan Taylor. “Working for Democracy:  Working-Class African-American Women, Citizenship, and Civil Rights in Detroit, 1940-1954,” 29.2, 125-157.
 
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.
 
THURNER, Arthur W. “Charles H. Moyer and the Michigan Copper Strike, 1913-1914,” 17:2, 1-19.
 
VAN ELLS, Mark D. “More Than a Union: The Teaching Assistants Association and Its 1970 Strike against the University of Wisconsin,” 25:1, 103-124.
 
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.
 
WOOD, Gregory. “‘The Paralysis of the Labor Movement’: Men, Masculinity, and Unions in 1920s Detroit,” 30:1, 31-57.
 
Lakota (Sioux)
GOUVEIA, Grace Mary. “‘We Also Serve’: American Indian Women’s Role in World War II,” 20:2, 153-182.
 
land and usage
​CIADELLA, Joseph Stanhope. "A Landscape of Ruin and Repair: Parks, Potatoes, and Detroit's Environmental Past, 1879-1900," 40:1, 49-72.

FINE, Sidney. “Michigan and Housing Discrimination, 1949-1968, 23:2, 81-114.

GRAY, Susan E. “Limits and Possibilities: White-Indian Relations in Western Michigan in the Era of Removal,” 20:2, 71-91.

HERSHOCK, Martin J. ‘“Free Commoners by Law’:  Tradition, Transition, and the Closing of the Range in Antebellum Michigan,” 29.2, 97-123.
 
JONES, Joseph J. “An Unanswerable Argument in Favor of Forests: Progressive Conservation, Compromise, and the 1903 Creation of Michigan’s First Forest Reserve,” 39.1, 101-131.
 
KARAMANSKI, Theodore J. “State Citizenship as a Tool of Indian Persistence: A Case Study of the Anishinaabeg of Michigan,” 37.2, 119-138.
 
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Using Presettlement Vegetation Maps to Understand the Early History of Michigan’s Lumber Industry in Midland County,” 37:2, 1-28.
 
NYGREN, Joshua. "A Producer's Republic: Rural Zoning, Land Use, and Citizenship in the Great Lakes Cutover, 1920-1940," 40:1, 1-26.

​RIDDLE, David. “HUD and the Open Housing Controversy of 1970 in Warren, Michigan,” 24:2, 1-36.
 
TEASDALE, Guillaume. “Old Friends and New Foes: French Settlers and Indians in the Detroit River Border Region,” 38:2, 35-62.
 
THOMPSON, John. “The Bay City Land Dredge and Dredge Works: Perspectives on the Machines of Land Drainage,” 12:2, 21-43.

Landscape
CIADELLA, Joseph Stanhope. "A Landscape of Ruin and Repair: Parks, Potatoes, and Detroit's Environmental Past, 1879-1900," 40:1, 49-72.​

L'Anse Chippewa
DOHERTY, Robert. “‘We Don’t Want Them To Hold Their Hands Over Our Heads’: The Economic Strategies of the L’Anse Chippewas, 1830-1860,” 20:2, 47-70.
 
lake superior
Peters, Bernard C. “A Duel Leaves a Name on Michigan’s Lake Superior Shoreline,” 17:1, 82-85.
 
Latinos
FERNÁNDEZ, Delia. “Becoming Latino: Mexican and Puerto Rican Community Formation in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1926-1964,” 39.1, 71-99.
 
MORALEZ, Eduardo. “Settling Out and Fitting In: Family and Migration in the Ethnic Mexican Midwest during the Twentieth Century,” 37:2, 29-51.
 
VARGAS, Zaragosa. “Life and Community in the ‘Wonderful City of the Magic Motor’: Mexican Immigrants in 1920s Detroit,” 15:1, 45-68.
 
Law
BALTAKIS, Anthony. “On the Defensive: Walter Reuther’s Testimony Before the McClellan Labor Rackets Committee,” 25:2, 47-68.
 
CRAGG, Thomas. “Habitués of the Police Court: Criminal Justice for the Poor in Antebellum Detroit,” 35.1, 1-28.
 
FRIDAY, Matthew J. “Morality vs. Legality: Michigan’s Burt Lake Indians and the Burning of Indianville,” 33:1, 109-123.
 
HATTER, Lawrence B. A. “The Transformation of the Detroit Land Market and the Formation of the Anglo-American Border,” 34:1, 83-99.
 
OLENDER, Robert. “A Legacy of Limitation: Thomas M. Cooley, Public Purpose, and the General Welfare,” 33:1, 1-26.
 
LEGAL CASES
DAVIDOW, Robert P. “The 1939 Trial of Raymond Tessmer: Exemplar of UAW Factionalism,” 38:2, 107-121.

FRENCH, Amy Holtman. "Mixing It Up: Michigan Barmaids Fights for Civil Rights," 40:1, 27-48.

MEAD, Rebecca J. "The Kawbawgum Cases: Native Claims and the Discovery of Iron in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan." 40:2. 1-32.​

 
RIDDLE, David. “Race and Reaction in Warren, Michigan, 1971-1974: Bradley v. Milliken and the Cross-District Busing Controversy,” 26:2, 1-49.
 
SCHENCK, Theresa. “Who Owns Sault Ste. Marie?” 28:1, 109-120.
 
LEGAL ISSUES
BLACK, Joel E. “A Crime to Live Without Work: Free Labor and Marginal Workers in Industrial Chicago, 1870 to 1920,” 36:2, 63-93.
 
DAVIDOW, Robert P. “The 1939 Trial of Raymond Tessmer: Exemplar of UAW Factionalism,” 38:2, 107-121.
 
GOODIER, Susan. “The Price of Pacifism: Rebecca Shelley and Her Struggle for Citizenship,” 36:1, 71-101.
 
HALL, Jake. “Anti-Injunction Campaigns and the Transformation of Labor Law in Detroit, 1915 to 1921,” 36:1, 1-29.
 
HERSHOCK, Martin J. ‘“Free Commoners by Law’:  Tradition, Transition, and the Closing of the Range in Antebellum Michigan,” 29.2, 97-123.
 
JUNG, Patrick J. “To Extend Fair and Impartial Justice to the Indian: Native Americans and the Additional Court of Michigan Territory, 1823-1836,” 23:2, 25-48.
 
KARAMANSKI, Theodore J. “State Citizenship as a Tool of Indian Persistence: A Case Study of the Anishinaabeg of Michigan,” 37.2, 119-138.
 
TEASDALE, Guillaume. “Old Friends and New Foes: French Settlers and Indians in the Detroit River Border Region,” 38:2, 35-62.
 
VILES, Debra A. “Disabilities of Marriage: Gender and Law in Antebellum Michigan,” 28:1, 1-31.
 
LEGISLATION
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 Michigan Congressional Delegation and the Burke-Wadsworth Act of 1940,” 18:1, 71-81.
 
JONES, Joseph J. “An Unanswerable Argument in Favor of Forests: Progressive Conservation, Compromise, and the 1903 Creation of Michigan’s First Forest Reserve,” 39.1, 101-131.
 
KARRER, Robert N. “The Formation of Michigan’s Anti-Abortion Movement, 1967-1974,” 22:1, 67-107.
 
KLUG, Thomas A. “Labor Market Politics in Detroit: The Curious Case of the ‘ Spolansky Act’ of 1931,” 14:1, 1-32.
 
LERNOULT, RICHARD B.
STEVENS, Paul L. “The Indian Diplomacy of Capt. Richard B. Lernoult, British Military Commandant of Detroit, 1774-1775,” 13:1, 47-82.

Liquor Control
FRENCH, Amy Holtman. "Mixing It Up: Michigan Barmaids Fights for Civil Rights," 40:1, 27-48.

LIVESTOCK
HERSHOCK, Martin J. ‘“Free Commoners by Law’:  Tradition, Transition, and the Closing of the Range in Antebellum Michigan,” 29.2, 97-123.

Lumber
BARILLAS, William. “Michigan’s Pioneers and the Destruction of the Hardwood Forest,” 15:2, 1-22.
 
GILLS, Bradley J. “Navigating the Landscape of Assimilation: The Anishnabeg, the Lumber Industry, and the Failure of Federal Indian Policy in Michigan, 34:2, 57-74.
 
HENDERSHOT, Robert M. “The Legacy of an Ojibwe ‘Lumber Chief’: David Shoppenagon,” 29:2, 41-69.
 
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Using Presettlement Vegetation Maps to Understand the Early History of Michigan’s Lumber Industry in Midland County,” 37:2, 1-28.