Subject Index- C
​CABLE ACT
GOODIER, Susan. “The Price of Pacifism: Rebecca Shelley and Her Struggle for Citizenship,” 36:1, 71-101.
 
CADOTTE, JEAN BAPTISTE 
SCHENCK, Theresa. “Who Owns Sault Ste. Marie?” 28:1, 109-120.

CALUMET

GRANIC, Stan (Translator). "An Immigrant's Arrival to Copper Country, Michigan: The 1912 Reminiscences of Petar Stonković. 40:2. 101-114.
 
CAMPUS PLANNING
MOORE, Ted. “Creating an Idyllic Space: Nature, Technology, and Campus Planning at the Michigan Agricultural College, 1850 to 1975,” 35:2, 1-25.
 
CANADA
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.
 
ANASTAKIS, Dimitry. “Continental Auto Politics: The Failure of Opposition to the 1965 Auto Pact in Canada and the United States,” 27:2, 131-155.
 
BHALLA, Vibha. “Detroit and Windsor as Transnational Spaces: A Case Study of Asian Indian Migrants,” 34:2, 99-116.
 
BOWES, John P. “The Gnadenhutten Effect: Moravian Converts and the Search for Safety in the Canadian Borderlands,” 34:1, 101-117.
 
BUKOWCZYK, John J. “The Permeable Border, the Great Lakes Region, and the Canadian-American Relationship,” 34:2, 1-16.
 
CAMPBELL, Claire. “‘Behold me a sojourner in the wilderness’: Early Encounters with the Georgian Bay,” 28:1, 33-62.
 
CARROLL, Francis M. “The Search for the Canadian-American Boundary along the Michigan Frontier: 1819-1827: The Boundary Commissions under Articles Six and Seven of the Treaty of Ghent,” 30:2, 77-103.
 
CARTER-EDWARDS, Dennis. “The War of 1812 Along the Detroit Frontier: A Canadian Perspective,” 13:2, 25-50.
 
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.
 
GRAY, Susan E. “Writing Michigan History from a Transborder Perspective,” 34:1, 1-24.
 
HARRIS, Marc L. “The Meaning of Patriot: The Canadian Rebellion and American Republicanism, 1837-1839,” 23:1, 33-70.
  
HATTER, Lawrence B. A. “The Transformation of the Detroit Land Market and the Formation of the Anglo-American Border,” 34:1, 83-99.
 
HEPBURN, Sharon A. Roger. “Following the North Star: Canada as a Haven for Nineteenth-Century American Blacks,” 25:2, 91-126.
 
HORSMAN, Reginald. “On to Canada: Manifest Destiny and United States Strategy in the War of 1812,” 13:2, 1-24.
 
KERRIGAN, William. “Apples on the Border: Orchards and the Contest for the Great Lakes,” 34:1, 25-41.
 
KLUG, Thomas A. “Residents by Day, Visitors by Night: The Origins of the Alien Commuter on the U.S.-Canadian Border during the 1920s,” 34:2, 75-98.
 
LEWIS, G. Malcolm. “Intracultural Mapmaking by First Nations Peoples in the Great Lakes Region: A Historical Review,” 32:1, 1-17.
 
LONGO, Julie. “Consuming Freedom: The International Freedom Festival as Transnational Tourism Strategy on the Windsor-Detroit Border, 1959-1976,” 34:2, 119-137.
 
SKAGGS, David Curtis. “Decisions at Sandwich: William Henry Harrison and the Pursuit to the Thames,” 38:1, 107-28.
 
SMITH, Marian L. “The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) at the U.S.-Canadian Border, 1893-1993: An Overview of Issues and Topics,” 26:2, 127-147.
 
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.
 
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.
 
VEILLEUX, Denis. “Buses, Tramways, and Monopolies: The Introduction of Motor Vehicles into Montreal’s Public Transport Network,” 22:2, 103-126.
 
CARVER, JONATHAN
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.
 
CASS, LEWIS
FIERST, John T. “Rationalizing Removal: Anti-Indianism in Lewis Cass’s North American Review Essays,” 36:2, 1-35.
 
KLUNDER, William Carl. “The Seeds of Popular Sovereignty: Governor Lewis Cass and Michigan Territory,” 17:1, 65-81.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Hypocrisy on the Great Lakes Frontier: The Use of Whiskey by the Michigan Department of Indian Affairs,” 18:2, 1-13.
 
CESSION OF MICHIGAN
ANTAL, Sandy. “Michigan Ceded: Why and Wherefore?” 38:1, 1-26.
 
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
BLACK, Joel E. “A Crime to Live Without Work: Free Labor and Marginal Workers in Industrial Chicago, 1870 to 1920,” 36:2, 63-93.
 
BURTON, Shirley J. “Obscene, Lewd, and Lascivious: Ida Craddock and the Criminally Obscene Women of Chicago, 1873-1913,” 19:1, 1-16.
 
DODGE, L. Mara. “‘Our Juvenile Court Has Become More Like a Criminal Court’: A Century of Reform at the Cook County (Chicago) Juvenile Court,” 26:2, 51-89.
 
GONZALÉZ, Suronda. “Complicating Citizenship: Grace Abbott and the Immigrants’ Protective League, 1908-1921,” 24:2, 56-75.
 
REED, Christopher Robert. “Organized Racial Reform in Chicago During the Progressive Era: The Chicago NAACP, 1910-1920,” 14:1, 75-99.
 
CHILDREN
BENTLEY, Amy. “Booming Baby Food: Infant Food and Feeding in Post-World War II America,” 32:2, 63-88.
 
CIANI, Kyle E. “Training Young Women in the ‘Service’ of Motherhood: Early Childhood Education at Detroit’s Merrill-Palmer School, 1920-1940,” 24:1, 103-132.
 
CLEMMONS, Linda. “‘Our Children are in danger of becoming little Indians’: Protestant Missionary Children and Dakotas, 1835-1862,” 25:2, 69-90.
 
DODGE, L. Mara. “‘Our Juvenile Court Has Become More Like a Criminal Court’: A Century of Reform at the Cook County (Chicago) Juvenile Court,” 26:2, 51-89.
 
GENSER, Wallace. “‘Habitants,’ ‘Half-Breeds,’ and Homeless Children: Transformations in Métis and Yankee-Yorker Relations in Early Michigan,” 24:1, 23-48.
 
GOLD, Kenneth M. “‘We just don’t want to keep on going to useless meetings’: Community Organizing at Detroit’s Jefferson Junior High School, 1966-1967,” 32:1, 97-121.
 
HAMILTON, Erica R. “Looking from the Outside In: Preparation for Democratic Citizenship in a 1925 Michigan High-School Yearbook,” 38:2, 91-105.
 
MORRIS-CROWTHER, Jayne. “Municipal Housekeeping: The Political Activities of the Detroit Federation of Women’s Clubs in the 1920s,” 30:1, 31-57.
 
PARKER, Kathleen R. “‘To Protect the Chastity of Children Under Sixteen’: Statutory Rape Prosecutions in a Midwest County Circuit Court, 1850-1950,” 20:1, 49-79.
 
RIDDLE, David. “Race and Reaction in Warren, Michigan, 1971-1974: Bradley v. Milliken and the Cross-District Busing Controversy,” 26:2, 1-49.
 
THAVENET, Dennis. “The Michigan Reform School and the Civil War: Officers and Inmates Mobilized for the Union Cause,” 13:1, 21-46.
 
THAVENET, Dennis J. “Sparing the Rod?: A Quantitative Examination of Reformatory Punishments, 1855-1874,” 17:1, 35-63.
 
THAVENET, Dennis J. “Tending Their Flock: Diet, Hygiene, and Health for Nineteenth Century Reform Children,” 15:2, 23-46.
 
CHIPPEWA (SEE OJIBWA)
 
CHURCHES
BOWES, John P. “The Gnadenhutten Effect: Moravian Converts and the Search for Safety in the Canadian Borderlands,” 34:1, 101-117.
 
BOYEA, Earl. “The North Dorr Church Property Dispute,” 16:2, 75-90.
 
HÄDERLE, Irene. “Women and Lay Activism: Aspects of Acculturation in the German Lutheran Churches of Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1870-1917,” 25:1, 25-43.
 
HENTHORN, Thomas C. “A Catholic Dilemma: White Flight in Northwest Flint,” 31:2, 1-42.
 
SHELLY, Cara L. “Bradby’s Baptists: Second Baptist Church of Detroit, 1910-1946,” 17:1, 1-33.
 
THALMANN, Maureen. “A Millenarian Family: Uriah Adams and a Private Second Coming,” 28:2, 173-180.
 
WILSON, Brian. “The Spirit of the Motor City: Three Hundred Years of Religious History in Detroit,” 27:1, 21-56.
 
WOLF, James C. “The Midwest Capuchin Province of St. Joseph, Michigan: Its History and Its Archives,” 27.1, 137-154.
 
CIO (CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS)
ANASTAKIS, Dimitry. “Continental Auto Politics: The Failure of Opposition to the 1965 Auto Pact in Canada and the United States,” 27:2, 131-155.
 
HALPERN, Martin. “The Politics of Auto Union Factionalism: The Michigan CIO in the Cold War Era,” 13:2, 51-73.
 
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.
 
WOOD, Gregory. “‘The Paralysis of the Labor Movement’: Men, Masculinity, and Unions in 1920s Detroit,” 30:1, 31-57.
 
CITY PLANNING
BRATT, Peter A. “Renewing a Grand Center: Postwar Planning in Grand Rapids, Michigan: 1949 to 1959,” 36:2, 127-158.

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

DESIDERIO, Francis. ‘“A Catalyst for Downtown’: Detroit’s Renaissance Center,” 35.1, 83-112.
 
HYDE, Charles, K. “Planning a Transportation System for Metropolitan Detroit in the Age of the Automobile: The Triumph of the Expressway,” 32:1, 59-95.
 
LONGO, Julie. “Remembering the Renaissance City: Detroit’s Bicentennial Homecoming Festival and Urban Redevelopment,” 32:2, 89-118.
 
MCCARTHY, John. “Dreaming of a Decentralized Metropolis: City Planning in Socialist Milwaukee,” 32:1, 33-57.
 
SMITH, Michael O. “The City as State: Franchises, Politics, and Transit Development in Detroit, 1863-1879,” 23:1, 1-32.
 
VEILLEUX, Denis. “Buses, Tramways, and Monopolies: The Introduction of Motor Vehicles into Montreal’s Public Transport Network,” 22:2, 103-126.
 
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT
BRACE, Joanna V. “The Power of Porch Talks: The Civic Improvement Society of Monroe, Michigan, 1901 to 1914,” 27:2, 1-31.
 
BRATT, Peter A. “Renewing a Grand Center: Postwar Planning in Grand Rapids, Michigan: 1949 to 1959,” 36:2, 127-158.
 
CHEYNE, Michael. “No Better Way?: The Kalamazoo Mall and the Legacy of Pedestrian Malls,” 36:1, 103-128.

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

DESIDERIO, Francis. ‘“A Catalyst for Downtown’: Detroit’s Renaissance Center,” 35.1, 83-112.
 
LONGO, Julie. “Consuming Freedom: The International Freedom Festival as Transnational Tourism Strategy on the Windsor-Detroit Border, 1959-1976,” 34:2, 119-137.
 
LONGO, Julie. “Remembering the Renaissance City: Detroit’s Bicentennial Homecoming Festival and Urban Redevelopment,” 32:2, 89-118.
 
MORRIS-CROWTHER, Jayne. “Municipal Housekeeping: The Political Activities of the Detroit Federation of Women’s Clubs in the 1920s,” 30:1, 31-57.
 
CIVIL WAR
ANDERSON, David L. “The Life of ‘Wilhelm Yank’: Letters from a German Soldier in the Civil War,” 16:1, 73-93.
 
BRATT, Peter. "A Great Revolution in Feeling: The American Civil War in Niles and Grand Rapids, Michigan," 31:2, 43-66.
 
CHARNLEY, Jeffery G. “Michigan’s General A. S. Williams and Civil War Historians: A Century of Neglect,” 12:1, 1-28.

COMBS, H. Jason, Donald Maness, and Sally McVey. "Into the Heart of Dixie: Franklin Fox and the 15th Michigan," 40:1, 97-106.​

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.
 
HALL, Mitchell. “Bibliography: The Civil War,” 25.2, 127-129.
 
HERSHOCK, Martin J. “Copperheads and Radicals: Michigan Partisan Politics during the Civil War Era, 1860-1865,” 18:1, 29-69.
 
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.
 
REYNOLDS, Terry. “Destined to produce [a] revolution”: Michigan’s Iron Ore Industry in the Civil War,” 39:2, 21-50.
SEBRELL, Thomas E. II. “‘The Fighting Fifth’: The Fifth Michigan Infantry Regiment in the Civil War’s Peninsula Campaign,” 35:2, 27-51.
 
SMITH, Michael O. “Raising a Black Regiment in Michigan: Adversity and Triumph,” 16:2, 23-41.
 
THAVENET, Dennis. “The Michigan Reform School and the Civil War: Officers and Inmates Mobilized for the Union Cause,” 13:1, 21-46.
 
COLD WAR
BENTLEY, Amy. “Booming Baby Food: Infant Food and Feeding in Post-World War II America,” 32:2, 63-88.
 
BURNS, Andrea. “Waging Cold War in a Model City: The Investigation of ‘Subversive’ Influences in the 1967 Detroit Riot,” 30:1, 3-30.
 
HALL, Mitchell. “Bibliography: The Cold War,” 23.1, 143-145.
 
HALPERN, Martin. “The Politics of Auto Union Factionalism: the Michigan CIO in the Cold War Era,” 13:2, 75-94.
 
COMMUNISM
BURNS, Andrea. “Waging Cold War in a Model City: The Investigation of ‘Subversive’ Influences in the 1967 Detroit Riot,” 30:1, 3-30.
 
DAVIDOW, Robert P. “The 1939 Trial of Raymond Tessmer: Exemplar of UAW Factionalism,” 38:2, 107-121.
 
KLUG, Thomas A. “Labor Market Politics in Detroit: The Curious Case of the ‘Spolansky Act’ of 1931,” 14:1, 1-32.
 
Commuters
HYDE, Charles, K. “Planning a Transportation System for Metropolitan Detroit in the Age of the Automobile: The Triumph of the Expressway,” 32:1, 59-95.
 
KLUG, Thomas A. “Residents by Day, Visitors by Night: The Origins of the Alien Commuter on the U.S.-Canadian Border during the 1920s,” 34:2, 75-98.
 
SMITH, Michael O. “The City as State: Franchises, Politics, and Transit Development in Detroit, 1863-1879,” 23:1, 1-32.
 
VEILLEUX, Denis. “Buses, Tramways, and Monopolies: The Introduction of Motor Vehicles into Montreal’s Public Transport Network,” 22:2, 103-126.
 
CONSERVATION (see also ENVIRONMENT)
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.
 
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.
 
KATES, James. “James Oliver Curwood: Antimodernist in the Conservation Crusade,” 24:1, 73-102.
 
MCCARTHY, Tom. “Henry Ford, Industrial Ecologist or Industrial Conservationist?: Waste Reduction and Recycling at the Rouge,” 27:2, 53-88.
 
MOORE, Ted. “Creating an Idyllic Space: Nature, Technology, and Campus Planning at the Michigan Agricultural College, 1850 to 1975,” 35:2, 1-25.

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

COOKBOOKS
BOLES, Frank. “‘Stirring Constantly’: 150 Years of Michigan Cookbooks,” 32:2, 33-62.
 
COOLEY, THOMAS M.
OLENDER, Robert. “A Legacy of Limitation: Thomas M. Cooley, Public Purpose, and the General Welfare,” 33:1, 1-26.
 
COPPER
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.
 
PETERS, Bernard C. “Wa-bish-kee-pe-nas and the Chippewa Reverence for Copper,” 15:2, 47-60.
 
THURNER, Arthur W. “Charl​es H. Moyer and the Michigan Copper Strike, 1913-1914,” 17:2, 1-19.
 
COPPER MINING

​GRANIC, Stan (Translator). "An Immigrant's Arrival to Copper Country, Michigan: The 1912 Reminiscences of Petar Stonković. 40:2. 101-114.

CORRESPONDENCE
ANDERSON, David L. “The Life of ‘Wilhelm Yank’: Letters From a German Soldier in the Civil War,” 16:1, 73-93.

CAPECI, Dominic J. “‘Never Leave Me’: The Wartime Correspondence of Peg and George Edwards, 1944 to 1945,” 27:2, 91-130.

COMBS, H. Jason, Donald Maness, and Sally McVey. "Into the Heart of Dixie: Franklin Fox and the 15th Michigan," 40:1, 97-106.
 
COTTON
ASHENDEL, Anita. “Fabricating Independence: Industrial Labor in Antebellum Indiana,” 23:2, 1-24.
 
WEST, Kenneth B. “Standard Cotton Products and the General Motors Sit-Down Strike: Some `Forgotten Men’ Remembered,” 14:1, 57-73.
 
COUNTERCULTURE (1960s-1970s)
HOEFFERLE, Caroline. “‘Just at Sunrise’: The Sunrise Communal Farm in Rural Mid-Michigan, 1971-1978,” 23:2, 71-104.
 
KARRER, Robert N. “The Formation of Michigan’s Anti-Abortion Movement, 1967-1974,” 22:1, 67-107.
 
KRAMER, Michael J. “‘Can’t Forget the Motor City’: CREEM Magazine, Rock Music, Detroit Identity, Mass Consumerism, and the Counterculture,” 28:2, 43-77.
 
COVERT, MICHIGAN
COX, Anne-Lisa, “A Pocket of Freedom: Blacks in Covert, Michigan, in the Nineteenth Century,” 21:1, 1-18.
 
CRADDOCK, IDA
BURTON, Shirley J. “Obscene, Lewd, and Lascivious: Ida Craddock and the Criminally Obscene Women of Chicago, 1873-1913,” 19:1, 1-16.
 
CREEM MAGAZINE
KRAMER, Michael J. “‘Can’t Forget the Motor City’: CREEM Magazine, Rock Music, Detroit Identity, Mass Consumerism, and the Counterculture,” 28:2, 43-77.
 
CRIME
BLACK, Joel E. “A Crime to Live Without Work: Free Labor and Marginal Workers in Industrial Chicago, 1870 to 1920,” 36:2, 63-93.
 
BURTON, Shirley J. “Obscene, Lewd, and Lascivious: Ida Craddock and the Criminally Obscene Women of Chicago, 1873-1913,”19:1, 1-16.
 
CRAGG, Thomas. “Habitués of the Police Court: Criminal Justice for the Poor in Antebellum Detroit,” 35.1, 1-28.
 
DODGE, L. Mara. “‘Our Juvenile Court Has Become More Like a Criminal Court’: A Century of Reform at the Cook County (Chicago) Juvenile Court,” 26:2, 51-89.
 
HICKEY, Georgina. “Rescuing the Working Girl: Agency and Conflict in the Michigan Reform School for Girls, 1879-1893,” 20:1, 1-28
 
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.
 
KARRER, Robert N. “The Formation of Michigan’s Anti-Abortion Movement, 1967-1974,” 22:1, 67-107.
 
KEVE, Paul W. “Building a Better Prison: The First Three Decades of the Detroit House of Correction,” 25:2, 1-28.
 
PARKER, Kathleen R. “‘To Protect the Chastity of Children Under Sixteen’: Statutory Rape Prosecutions in a Midwest County Circuit Court, 1850-1950,” ​ 20:1, 49-79.
 
THAVENET, Dennis J. “Sparing the Rod?: A Quantitative Examination of Reformatory Punishments, 1855-1874,” 17:1, 35-63.
 
CROATIAN IMMIGRANTS 
GRANIC, Stan (Translator). "An Immigrant's Arrival to Copper Country, Michigan: The 1912 Reminiscences of Petar Stonković. 40:2. 101-114.
CROCKETT, GEORGE W.
​MARTIN, Ruth. “They feel the beams resting upon their necks”: George W. Crockett and the Development of Equal Justice Under Law, 1948-1969,” 39:2, 51-76.
CURWOOD, JAMES OLIVER
KATES, James. “James Oliver Curwood: Antimodernist in the Conservation Crusade,” 24:1, 73-102.

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