Table of Contents- Fall 2009 Volume 35, No. 2
 The Michigan Historical Review


Creating an Idyllic Space: Nature, Technology, and Campus
Planning at the Michigan Agricultural College, 1850 to 1975

Ted Moore
The “Fighting Fifth”: The Fifth Michigan Infantry Regiment
in the Civil War’s Peninsula Campaign

Thomas E. Sebrell II
The Black Manifesto for Reparations in Detroit: Challenge
and Response, 1969
Keith Dye

Research Notes

McGuffey, Ford, Baldwin, and the Jews

Ronald R. Stockton
The Completion of Michigan’s WPA Imprints Inventory:
Items Published 1851 to 1876

Le Roy Barnett

Book Reviews

Bartelt. There I Grew Up:
Remembering Abraham Lincoln's Indiana Youth.

Edward V. Carroll
Binkowski. Tolerated but Never Accepted: Polish American Officials of
Michigan and Polonia in a World Political Perspective.

John Radzilowski
Brown, Jr. Ninety Years Crossing Lake Michigan: The History of the
Ann Arbor Car Ferries.

Robert Buerglener

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