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

SAGINAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN

ROSS, G. Alexander. “Fertility Change on the Michigan Frontier: Saginaw County, 1840-1850,” 12:2, 69-85.

 
ST. LAWRENCE RIVER VALLEY
ST-ONGE, Nicole. “The Persistence of Travel and Trade: St. Lawrence River Valley Engagés and the American Fur Company, 1818-1840,” 34:2, 17-37.
 
SAUGATUCK, MICHIGAN
MERRILL, Peter C. “Summers at Ox-Bow: The Early Days of a Michigan Art Colony,” 22:1, 109-123.
 
SAULT STE. MARIE
MIRES, Charlene. “Sault Ste. Marie as the Capital of the World?: Stellanova Osborn and the Pursuit of the United Nations. 1945,” 33.1, 61-82.
 
MUMFORD, Jeremy. “Mixed-Race Identity in a Nineteenth-Century Family: The Schoolcrafts of Sault Ste. Marie, 1824-27,” 25:1, 1-23.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Indian-Grave Robbing at Sault Ste. Marie, 1826,” 23:2, 49-80.
 
SCHENCK, Theresa. “Who Owns Sault Ste. Marie?” 28:1, 109-120.
 
SCHOOLCRAFT, Henry Rowe, and Jane Schoolcraft
FIERST, John T. “Rationalizing Removal: Anti-Indianism in Lewis Cass’s North American Review Essays,” 36:2, 1-35.
 
MUMFORD, Jeremy. “Mixed-Race Identity in a Nineteenth-Century Family: The Schoolcrafts of Sault Ste. Marie, 1824-27,” 25:1, 1-23.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Indian-Grave Robbing at Sault Ste. Marie, 1826,” 23:2, 49-80.
 
SHELLEY, REBECCA
GOODIER, Susan. “The Price of Pacifism: Rebecca Shelley and Her Struggle for Citizenship,” 36:1, 71-101.
 
SHIPPING
BOWLUS, Bruce. “Bold Experiments: The Evolution of the Great Lakes Ore Carrier,” 22:1, 1-17.
 
MEINTS, Graydon M. “The Fruit Belt Line: Southwest Michigan's Failed Railroad,” 31:2, 117-148.
 
Shoppenagon, David
HENDERSHOT, Robert M. “The Legacy of an Ojibwe ‘Lumber Chief’: David Shoppenagon,” 29:2, 41-69.
 
SIOUX (SEE DAKOTA, LAKOTA)
 
Slavery 
DEMERS, E. A. S. “Native-American Slavery and Territoriality in the Colonial Upper Great Lakes Region,” 28:2, 163-172.
 
GLESNER, Anthony Patrick. “Laura Haviland: Neglected Heroine of the Underground Railroad,” 21:1, 19-48.
  
HEPBURN, Sharon A. Roger. “Following the North Star: Canada as a Haven for Nineteenth-Century American Blacks,” 25:2, 91-126.
 
MALTZ, Earl M. “Radical Politics and Constitutional Theory: Senator Jacob M. Howard of Michigan and the Problem of Reconstruction,” 32:1, 19-32.
 
MCDAID, William. “Kinsley S. Bingham and the Republican Ideology of Antislavery, 1847-1855,” 16:2, 43-73.

SLOVENIAN IMMIGRANTS
GRANIC, Stan (Translator). "An Immigrant's Arrival to Copper Country, Michigan: The 1912 Reminiscences of Petar Stonković. 40:2. 101-114.
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SOCIALISM
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.
 
SOIL SURVEYS
BARNETT, Le Roy. “Soil Surveys: A Down-to-Earth Source of Cultural Information,” 32:2, 119-130.
 
“SPOLANSKY ACT” OF 1931
KLUG, Thomas A. “Labor Market Politics in Detroit: The Curious Case of the ‘Spolansky Act’ of 1931,” 14:1, 1-32.
 
SPORTS
ALLEN, E. John B. “The Modernization of the Skisport: Ishpeming’s Contribution to American Skiing,” 16:1, 1-20.
 
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.
 
SMITH, John Matthew. ‘“Breaking the Plane’: Integration and Black Protest in Michigan State University Football during the 1960s,” 33.2, 101-129.
 
Standard Cotton Products
WEST, Kenneth B. “Standard Cotton Products and the General Motors Sit-Down Strike: Some `Forgotten Men’ Remembered,” 14:1, 57-73.
 
STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETIES
BARNHART, Terry A. “‘A Common Feeling’: Regional Identity and Historical Consciousness in the Old Northwest, 1820-1860,” 29:1, 39-70.
 
STRIKES
BABSON, Steve. “Class, Craft, and Culture: Tool and Die Makers and the Organization of the UAW,” 14:1, 33-55.
 
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.
 
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.
 
HALPERN, Martin. “The Politics of Auto Union Factionalism: The Michigan CIO in the Cold War Era,” 13:2, 51-73.
 
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.
 
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.
 
REYNOLDS, Terry S.  “Calm or Conflicted?: Labor-Management Relations on Michigan’s Iron Ranges in the Nineteenth Century,” 33.2, 1-45.
 
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.
 
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.
 
SUgar beets
MEAD, Rebecca J. "The Kawbawgum Cases: Native Claims and the Discovery of Iron in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan." 40:2. 1-32.​

SUNRISE COMMUNAL FARM
HOEFFERLE, Caroline. “‘Just at Sunrise’: The Sunrise Communal Farm in Rural Mid-Michigan, 1971-1978,” 23:2, 71-104.