Table of Contents- Fall 2011 Volume 37, No. 2
The Michigan Historical Review

Contents

Editor’s Page ix
   
Using Presettlement Vegetation Maps to Understand the
Early History of Michigan’s Lumber Industry in
Midland County
Robert E. Mitchell
1
 
 
Settling Out and Fitting In: Family and Migration in the
Ethnic Mexican Midwest During the Twentieth Century
Eduardo Moralez
29
   
The Emergence of Prosperous Farmers and Businessmen in
Nineteeth-Century Kalamazoo County, Michigan
John T. Houdek and Charles F. Heller, Jr.
53
   
Driving Ambitions: Charles Roswell Henry and the Changing
Status of the Early Automobile Consumer
Robert Buerglener
79

Book Reviews

Babson, Riddle, and Elsila. The Color of Law: Ernie Goodman,
Detroit, and the Struggle for Labor and Civil Rights.
Robert Samuel Smith
99
   
Baugh. The Detroit School Busing Case: Milliken v. Bradley and the
Controversy over Desegregation.
Stephen A. Jones
100
   
Bertera and Crawford. The 4th Michigan Infantry in the Civil War.              
Bradley J. Birzer
102
   
Dobkin. Soul of a Port: The History and Evolution of the Port of
Milwaukee.
Joe Walzer
103
   
Flinn. Remembering Flint, Michigan: Stories from the Vehicle City.
Themis Chronopoulos
105
   
Glazer. Wounded Warrior: The Rise and Fall of Michigan
Governor John Swainson.
John Robert Greene                 
107
   
Grandin. Fordlandia: The Rise and Fall of Henry Ford’s
Forgotten Jungle City.
Christopher W. Wells
109
   
Kaunonen. Challenge Accepted: A Finnish Immigrant
Response to Industrial America in Michigan’s Copper Country.
Michael M. Loukinen
111
   
Largey. Haitians in Michigan.
Violet M. Showers Johnson
112
   
Lorenzkowski. The Sounds of Ethnicity: Listening to German
North America, 1850-1914.
Stan Nadel
114
   
Majher. Ladies of the Lights: Michigan Women in the U.S.
Lighthouse Service.
Cathy Green
115
   
Pardoe. Lost Eagles: One Man’s Mission to Find Missing
Airmen in Two World Wars.
John D. Plating      
117
   
Parham. The St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project: An Oral
History of the Greatest Construction Show on Earth.
Jay C. Martin
118
   
Reynolds and Dawson. Iron Will: Cleveland-Cliffs and the Mining of
Iron Ore, 1847-2006.
Peter V. Krats         
120
   
Schmidt. Notre Dame and the Civil War: Marching
Onward to Victory.
Anthony J. Kuzniewski, SJ     
121
   
Skaggs and Nelson, eds. The Sixty Years’ War for the Great
Lakes, 1754-1814.
Daniel P. Barr
123
   
Stagg. The Golden Dream: A History of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Claire Puccia Parham
124
 
 
Taylor. Sixty to Zero: An Inside Look at the Collapse of General
Motors—and the Detroit Auto Industry.
Sally H. Clarke
126
 
 
Books Received 129
 
 
Contributors 133