Subject Index- N
NAACP (NAT’L ASSOC. FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE)
KERSTEN, Andrew E. “Jobs and Justice: Detroit, Fair Employment, and Federal Activism during the Second World War,” 25:1, 76-101.
 
REED, Christopher Robert. “Organized Racial Reform in Chicago During the Progressive Era: The Chicago NAACP, 1910-1920,” 14:1, 75-99.

​NATIONAL WOMEN'S CONFERENCE (1944)
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.

Native Americans
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?” 38:1, 1-26.
 
ARMITAGE, Kevin C. “Commercial Indians: Authenticity, Nature, and Industrial Capitalism in Advertising at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” 29:2, 71-95.
 
BOWES, John P. “The Gnadenhutten Effect: Moravian converts and the Search for safety in the Canadian Borderlands,” 34:1, 101-117.
 
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.
 
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.
 
CLIFTON , James A. “ Michigan’s Indians: Tribe, Nation, Estate, Racial, Ethnic, or Special Interest Group?” 20:2, 93-152.
 
DEMERS, E. A. S. “Native-American Slavery and Territoriality in the Colonial Upper Great Lakes Region, 28:2, 163-172.
 
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.
 
FIERST, John T. “Rationalizing Removal: Anti-Indianism in Lewis Cass’s North American Review Essays,” 36:2, 1-35.
 
FIXICO, Donald L. “The Alliance of the Three Fires in Trade and War, 1630-1812,” 20:2, 1-23.
 
FRIDAY, Matthew J. “Morality vs. Legality: Michigan’s Burt Lake Indians and the Burning of Indianville,” 33:1, 109-123.
 
GENSER, Wallace. “‘Habitants,’ ‘Half-Breeds,’ and Homeless Children: Transformations in Métis and Yankee-Yorker relations in Early Michigan,” 24:1, 23-28.
 
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.
 
GOUGH, Barry. “Michilimackinac and Prairie du Chien: Northern Anchors of British Authority in the War of 1812,” 38:1, 83-105.
 
GOUVEIA, Grace Mary. “‘We Also Serve’: American Indian Women’s Role in World War II,” 20:2, 153-182.
 
GRAY, Susan E. “Limits and Possibilities: White-Indian Relations in Western Michigan in the Era of Removal,” 20:2, 71-91.
 
GRAY, Susan E. “Writing Michigan History from a Transborder Perspective,” 34:1, 1-24.
  
HENDERSHOT, Robert M. “The Legacy of an Ojibwe ‘Lumber Chief’: David Shoppenagon, 29:2, 41-69.
 
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.
 
JUNG, Patrick J. “Toward the Black Hawk War: The Sauk and Fox Indians and the War of 1812,” 38:1, 27-52.
 
KARAMANSKI, Theodore J. “State Citizenship as a Tool of Indian Persistence: A Case Study of the Anishinaabeg of Michigan,” 37.2, 119-138.
 
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.
 
MCCLURKEN, James M. “Ottawa Adaptive Strategies to Indian Removal,” 12:1, 29-55.

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

MIDDLETON, Richard. “Pontiac: Local Warrior or Pan-Indian Leader?” 32:2, 1-32.
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MUMFORD, Jeremy. “Mixed-Race Identity in a Nineteenth-Century Family: The Schoolcrafts of Sault Ste. Marie, 1824-27,” 25:1, 1-23.
 
PEARCE, Margaret Wickens. “The Holes in the Grid: Reservation Surveys in Lower Michigan,” 30:2, 135-165.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Hypocrisy on the Great Lakes Frontier: The Use of Whiskey by the Michigan Department of Indian Affairs,” 18:2, 1-13.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Indian-Grave Robbing at Sault Ste. Marie, 1826,” 23:2, 49-80.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “John Johnston’s 1822 Description of the Lake Superior Chippewa,” 20:2, 25-46.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Wa-bish-kee-pe-nas and the Chippewa Reverence for Copper,” 15:2, 47-60.
 
PFLUG, Melissa A. “Politics of Great Lakes Indian Religion,” 18:2, 15-31.
 
SCHENCK, Theresa. “Who Owns Sault Ste. Marie?” 28:1, 109-120.
 
SCHWARTZ, James Z. “Taming the ‘Savagery’ of Michigan’s Indians,” 34:2, 39-55.
 
SECUNDA, Ben. “The Road to Ruin?: ‘Civilization’ and the Origins of a ‘Michigan road Band’ of Potawatomi,” 34:1, 119-149.
 
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.
 
TANNER, Helen Hornbeck. “Mapping the Grand Traverse Indian Country: The Contributions of Peter Dougherty,” 31:1, 45-92.
 
TEASDALE, Guillaume. “Old Friends and New Foes: French Settlers and Indians in the Detroit River Border Region,” 38:2, 35-62.
 
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. 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.
 
WIDDER, Keith R. “After the Conquest: Michilimackinac, a Borderland in Transition,” 34:1, 43-61.
 
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.
 
WILLIG, Timothy D. “Prophetstown on the Wabash: The Native Spiritual Defense of the Old Northwest,” 23:2, 115-158.

Nature
MOORE, Ted. “Creating an Idyllic Space: Nature, Technology, and Campus Planning at the Michigan Agricultural College, 1850 to 1975,” 35:2, 1-25.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “A Note on Lake Superior Earthquakes,” 22:1, 125-131.
 
NETHERLANDS INFORMATION BUREAU
ZWART, David. “Constructing the Homeland: Dutch Americans and the Netherlands Information Bureau during the 1940s,” 33.2, 81-100.
 
The new deal
HALL, Mitchell. “Bibliography: The New Deal,” 25.1, 135-137.
 
Newspapers and Magazines
BARNETT, LeRoy. “Michigan Maps in the Detroit Evening News, 1873-1900,” 33:1, 99-108.
 
BARNETT, LeRoy. “Putting the Spotlight on Headlight,” 28.1, 121-124.
 
BARTHOLOMEW, Robert E. “Michigan and the Great Mass Hysteria Episode of 1897,” 24.1, 133-142.
 
BOLES, Frank. “Michigan Newspapers: A Two-Hundred-Year Review,” 36:1, 31-69.
 
FIERST, John T. “Rationalizing Removal: Anti-Indianism in Lewis Cass’s North American Review Essays,” 36:2, 1-35.
 
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. “Lois Bryan Adams and the Household Department of the Michigan Farmer,” 21:1, 101-119.
 
TERRIE, Philip G. ‘“The Necessities of the Case’: The Response to the Great Thumb Fire of 1881,” 31:2, 91-116.
 
NFO (NATIONAL FARMERS ORGANIZATION)
LAUCK, Jon. “The National Farmers Organization and Farmer Bargaining Power,” 24:2, 88-127.
 
NILES, MICHIGAN
BRATT, Peter. “A Great Revolution in Feeling: The American Civil War in Niles and Grand Rapids, Michigan,” 31:2, 43-66.
 
NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW
FIERST, John T. “Rationalizing Removal: Anti-Indianism in Lewis Cass’s North American Review Essays,” 36:2, 1-35.

nORTHERN mICHIGAN
NYGREN, Joshua. "A Producer's Republic: Rural Zoning, Land Use, and Citizenship in the Great Lakes Cutover, 1920-1940," 40:1, 1-26.

NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
ROBYNS, Marcus and Carrie Fries. “The Battle for Shared Governance: The Northern Michigan University Chapter of the American Association of University Professors, 1967 to 1976,” 28:2, 1-41.
 
ROBYNS, Marcus C. “The Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives,” 26.1, 137-144.
 
REYNOLDS, Terry. “The Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company Collections, Northern Michigan University Archives,” 30.1, 133-144.​