Subject Index- M
MACDONALD, WILLIAM J.
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.
 
MACKINAC CHARTER
MEIJER, Hank. “Hunting for the Middle Ground: Arthur Vandenberg and the Mackinac Charter, 1943,” 19:2, 1-21.
 
MADISON, WISCONSIN
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.
 
MANISTEE COUNTY, MICHIGAN
STEIN-ROGGENBUCK, Susan. “A Contest for Local Control: Emergency Relief in Depression-Era Michigan,” 26:2, 91-126.
 
Maps and Mapping
AKERMAN, James R. and Daniel Block. “The Shifting Agendas of Midwestern Official State Highway Maps,” 31:1, 123-165.
 
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Michigan Maps in the Detroit Evening News, 1873-1900,” 33:1, 99-108.
 
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Soil Surveys: A Down-to-Earth Source of Cultural Information,” 32:2, 119-130.
   
DANZER, Gerald A. “Michigan: Cartographic Perspectives on the ‘Great Lakes State,’” 31:1, 201-247.
 
DUNBABIN, J. P. D. “Motives for Mapping the Great Lakes: Upper Canada, 1782-1827,” 31:1, 1- 44.
 
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.
 
LEWIS, Kenneth E. “Mapping Antebellum Euro-American Settlement Spread in Southern Lower Michigan,” 30:2, 105-134.
 
LYON-JENNESS, Cheryl. “Picturing Progress: Assessing the Nineteenth-Century Atlas-Map Bonanza,” 30:2, 167-210.
 
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Using Presettlement Vegetation Maps to Understand the Early History of Michigan’s Lumber Industry in Midland County,” 37:2, 1-28.
 
PATTON, David K., Amy K. Lobben and Bruce M. C. Pape. “Mapping Cities and Towns in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries: A Look at Plat, Sanborn, and Panoramic Mapping Activities in Michigan,” 31:1, 93-122.
 
PEARCE, Margaret Wickens. “The Holes in the Grid: Reservation Surveys in Lower Michigan,” 30:2, 135-165.
 
PEDLEY, Mary Sponberg. “Louis Charles Karpinski and the Cartography of the Great Lakes,” 31:1, 167-199.
 
STEAD, Frank E. “The First Season’s Work: A Summary of Dr. Douglass Houghton’s 1837 Geological Survey of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula,” 20:1, 81-94.
 
TANNER, Helen Hornbeck. “Mapping the Grand Traverse Indian Country: The Contributions of Peter Dougherty,” 31:1, 45-92.
 
WIDDER, Keith R. “The 1767 Maps of Robert Rogers and Jonathan Carver: A Proposal for the Establishment of the Colony of Michilimakinac,” 30:2, 35-76.
 
MCGUFFEY READERS
STOCKTON, Ronald R. “McGuffey, Ford, Baldwin, and the Jews,” 35:2, 85-96.
 
MCMILLAN, JAMES
DRUTCHAS, Geoffrey G. “Gray Eminence in a Gilded Age: The Forgotten Career of Senator James McMillan of Michigan,” 28:2, 79-113.
 
MECOSTA COUNTY, michigan
ENDERS, Calvin. “White Sheets in Mecosta: The Anatomy of a Michigan Klan,” 14:2, 59-84.
 
MENOMINEE
GOUVEIA, Grace Mary. “‘We Also Serve’: American Indian Women’s Role in World War II,” 20:2, 153-182.
 
MÉTIS
GENSER, Wallace. “‘Habitants,’ ‘Half-Breeds,’ and Homeless Children: Transformations in Métis and Yankee-Yorker relations in Early Michigan,” 24:1, 23-28.
 
MUMFORD, Jeremy. “Mixed-Race Identity in a Nineteenth-Century Family: The Schoolcrafts of Sault Ste. Marie, 1824-27,” 25:1, 1-23.
 
TRASK, Kerry A. “Settlement in a Half-Savage Land: Life and Loss in the Métis Community of La Baye,” 15:1, 1-27.
 
MEXICAN AMERICAN
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.
 
MICHIGAN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE (see Michigan State University)
 
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
FIERST, John T. “Rationalizing Removal: Anti-Indianism in Lewis Cass’s North American Review Essays,” 36:2, 1-35.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Hypocrisy on the Great Lakes Frontier: The Use of Whiskey by the Michigan Department of Indian Affairs,” 18:2, 1-13.
 
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Index to the Annual Reports of the Michigan Department of Labor, 1884-1920,” 33:1, 109-23.
 
MICHIGAN FARMER
LEASHER, Evelyn. “Lois Bryan Adams and the Household Department of the Michigan Farmer,” 21:1, 101-119.
 
MICHIGAN SCHOOL OF RELIGION
LAIPSON, Peter. “And the Walls Came Crumbling Down: The Michigan School of Religion, 1920-1930,” 21:2, 93-123.
 
MICHIGAN STATE COLLEGE (see Michigan State university)
 
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
ERNST, John. “Forging a Fateful Alliance: The Role of Michigan State University in the Development of America’s Vietnam Policy,” 19:2, 49-66.
 
FERMAGLICH, Kirsten. “The Social Problems Club Riot of 1935: A Window into Antiradicalism and Antisemitism at Michigan State College,” 30:1, 93-115.
 
HAVITZ, Mark A. and Eric D. Zemper. “‘Worked Out in Infinite Detail’: Michigan State College’s Lauren P. Brown and the Origins of the NCAA Cross Country Championships,” 39.1, 1-40.
 
MOORE, Ted. “Creating an Idyllic Space: Nature, Technology, and Campus Planning at the Michigan Agricultural College, 1850 to 1975,” 35:2, 1-25.
 
SMITH, John Matthew. ‘“Breaking the Plane’: Integration and Black Protest in Michigan State University Football during the 1960s,” 33.2, 101-129.
 
MICHIGAN, UNIVERSITY OF (see University of Michigan)
 
MICHILIMACKINAC
GOUGH, Barry. “Michilimackinac and Prairie du Chien: Northern Anchors of British Authority in the War of 1812,” 38:1, 83-105.
 
WIDDER, Keith R. “After the Conquest: Michilimackinac, a Borderland in Transition,” 34:1, 43-61.
 
WIDDER, Agnes Haigh. “The John Askin Family Library: A Fur-Trading Family’s Books,” 33:1, 27-57.
 
WIDDER, Keith R. “The 1767 Maps of Robert Rogers and Jonathan Carver: A Proposal for the Establishment of the Colony of Michilimakinac,” 30:2, 35-76
 
MIDLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Civil War Recruiting and Recruits from Ever-Changing Labor Pools: Midland County, Michigan, as a Case Study,” 35:1, 29-60.
 
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Using Presettlement Vegetation Maps to Understand the Early History of Michigan’s Lumber Industry in Midland County,” 37:2, 1-28.
 
MIGRANT WORKERS
MORALEZ, Eduardo. “Settling Out and Fitting In: Family and Migration in the Ethnic Mexican Midwest during the Twentieth Century,” 37:2, 29-51.
 
MILITARY
ALLEN, Robert S. “His Majesty’s Indian Allies: Native Peoples, the British Crown, and the War of 1812,” 14:2, 1-24.
 
ALTOFF, Gerry T. “Oliver Hazard Perry and the Battle of Lake Erie,” 14:2, 25-57.
 
ANDERSON, David L. “The Life of `Wilhelm Yank’: Letters From a German Soldier in the Civil War,” 16:1, 73-93.
ANTAL, Sandy. “Michigan Ceded: Why and Wherefore?” 31:1, 1-26.
 
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.
 
CARPENTER , Roger. “Making War More Lethal: Iroquois vs. Huron in the Great Lakes Region, 1609 to 1650,” 27:2, 33-51.
 
CARTER-EDWARDS, Dennis. “The War of 1812 Along the Detroit Frontier: A Canadian Perspective,” 13:2, 25-50.
 
CHARNLEY, Jeffery G. “ Michigan’s General A. S. Williams and Civil War Historians: A Century of Neglect,” 12:1, 1-28.
 
DEAN, Eric T. Jr. “‘A Scene of Surpassing Terror and Awful Grandeur’: The Paradoxes of Military Service in the American Civil War,” 21:2, 37-61.
 
DUNBABIN, J. P. D. “Motives for Mapping the Great Lakes: Upper Canada, 1782-1827,” 31:1, 1- 44.
 
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.
 
GRANT, Philip A. Jr. “The Michigan Congressional Delegation and the Burke-Wadsworth Act of 1940,” 18:1, 71-81.
 
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.
 
MIDDLETON, Richard. “Pontiac: Local Warrior or Pan-Indian Leader?” 32:2, 1-32.
 
MITCHELL, Robert E. “Civil War Recruiting and Recruits from Ever-Changing Labor Pools: Midland County, Michigan, as a Case Study,” 35:1, 29-60.
 
MITCHELL, Robert E. “The Organizational Performance of Michigan’s Adjutant General and the Federal Provost Marshal General in Recruiting Michigan’s Boys in Blue, 28:2, 115-162.
 
MYERS, Robert C. “Mortality in the Twelfth Michigan Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1866,” 20:1, 29-47.
 
RAUCH, Steven J. “A Stain Upon the Nation?: A Review of the Detroit Campaign of 1812 in United States Military History,” 38:1, 129-53.
 
SEBRELL, Thomas E. II. “‘The Fighting Fifth’: The Fifth Michigan Infantry Regiment in the Civil War’s Peninsula Campaign,” 35:2, 27-51.
 
SKAGGS, David Curtis. “Decisions at Sandwich: William Henry Harrison and the Pursuit to the Thames” 38:1, 107-28.
 
SMITH, Michael O. “Raising a Black Regiment in Michigan: Adversity and Triumph,” 16:2, 23-41.
 
STEVENS, Paul L. “The Indian Diplomacy of Capt. Richard B. Lernoult, British Military Commandant of Detroit, 1774-1775,” 13:1, 47-82.
 
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.
 
WALSH, Martin W. “A War Council for the Drawing Room: Arent Schuyler de Peyster’s ‘Speech to the Western Indians,’” 28:1, 91-107.
 
MILLENARIANISM
THALMANN, Maureen. “A Millenarian Family: Uriah Adams and a Private Second Coming,” 28:2, 173-180.
 
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN
FOSS-MOLLAN, Kate. “Waiting for Water: Service Discrimination and Polish Neighborhoods in Milwaukee, 1870-1910,” 25:2, 29-45.
 
MCCARTHY, John. “Dreaming of a Decentralized Metropolis: City Planning in Socialist Milwaukee,” 32:1, 33-57.
 
SMITH, Kevin D. “From Socialism to Racism: The Politics of Class and Identity in Postwar Milwaukee,” 29:1, 71-95.
 
mining
REYNOLDS, Terry S.  “Calm or Conflicted?: Labor-Management Relations on Michigan’s Iron Ranges in the Nineteenth Century,” 33.2, 1-45.
 
REYNOLDS, Terry. “The Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company Collections, Northern Michigan University Archives,” 30.1, 133-144.
 
THURNER, Arthur W. “Charles H. Moyer and the Michigan Copper Strike, 1913-1914,” 17:2, 1-19.
 
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA
WHEELER, Leigh Ann. “From Reading Shakespeare to Reforming Burlesque: The Minneapolis Woman’s Club and the Women’s Welfare League 1907-1930,” 25:1, 44-75
 
Minnesota
WHEELER, Leigh Ann. “From Reading Shakespeare to Reforming Burlesque: The Minneapolis Woman’s Club and the Women’s Welfare League 1907-1930,” 25:1, 44-75
 
Missionaries
CASSIDY, Michelle. “‘The More Noise They Make”: Odawa and Ojibwe Encounters with American Missionaries in Northern Michigan, 1837-1871,” 38:2, 1-34.
 
CLEMMONS, Linda. “‘Our Children are in danger of becoming little Indians’: Protestant Missionary Children and Dakotas, 1835-1862,” 25:2, 69-90.
 
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.
 
MONROE, MICHIGAN
BRACE, Joanna V. “The Power of Porch Talks: The Civic Improvement Society of Monroe, Michigan, 1901 to 1914,” 27:2, 1-31.
 
MONTREAL, ONTARIO, CANADA
VEILLEUX, Denis. “Buses, Tramways, and Monopolies: The Introduction of Motor Vehicles into Montreal’s Public Transport Network,” 22:2, 103-126.
 
MORAVIANS
BOWES, John P. “The Gnadenhutten Effect: Moravian converts and the Search for safety in the Canadian Borderlands,” 34:1, 101-117.
 
MOYER, CHARLES H.
THURNER, Arthur W. “Charles H. Moyer and the Michigan Copper Strike, 1913-1914,” 17:2, 1-19.
 
MUSEUMS
BLOOMFIELD, Ron. “The Historical Museum of Bay County: The Patrol Craft Sailor Association Archives,” 23.1, 123-125.
 
BOLES, Frank, Stephen Goslee and Maria Quinlan Leiby. “‘Drivin’ Around in My Automobile, My Baby Beside Me at the Wheel’: Visiting Michigan’s Automotive Exhibits,” 22:2, 127-148.
 
HOOVER, Terry. “Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village:  Automotive History Collections.”  22.2, 149-153.
 
Music
KRAMER, Michael J. “‘Can’t Forget the Motor City’: CREEM Magazine, Rock Music, Detroit Identity, Mass Consumerism, and the Counterculture,” 28:2, 43-77.

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