Table of Contents- Spring 2011 Volume 37, No. 1
The Michigan Historical Review

Contents

In Memoriam: Nora H. Faires 1
   
Editor’s Page 3
   
2010 Student Essay Prize Winner
“They all sort of disappeared”: The Early Cohort of
UAW Women Leaders
Amy Bromsen
5
 
 
From Fallen Timbers to the British Evacuation of
Detroit, 1794-1796: The Roman Catholic Priest
Who Was a British Agent
Patrick M. Tucker
41
   
Michigan’s War With Mammals: Bounties, Hunters, and
Trappers Against Unwanted Species
Le Roy Barnett
77
   
State Citizenship as a Tool of Indian Persistence:
A Case Study of the Anishinaabeg of Michigan
Theodore J. Karamanski
119
   

Book Reviews

Anderson. A Michigan Polar Bear Confronts the Bolsheviks: A
War Memoir.
Roger Crownover.
139
   
Blocker. A Little More Freedom: African Americans Enter the
Urban Midwest, 1860-1930.                                                                 
Jeffrey A. Brune
140
   
Bowlus. Iron Ore Transport on the Great Lakes: The
Development of a Delivery System to Feed American Industry.
Terry S. Reynolds
142
   
Byron and Wilson. Vintage Views of the Mackinac
Straits Region.
Hudson Keenan
143
   
Casey. The Model T: A Centennial History.
Tom McCarthy
145
   
Davidson. Norwegians in Michigan.
Dag Blanck
146
   
Decker. Asylum for the Insane: A History of the Kalamazoo
State Hospital.
Carolyn G. Shapiro-Shapin
148
   
Federspiel. Picturing Hemingway’s Michigan.
Frederic Svoboda
149
   
Fornes. Mackinac Bridge: A 50-Year Chronicle, 1957-2007.
Andrzej S. Nowak
150
   
Francis. A Fellowship in Learning: Kalamazoo College, 1833-2008.
Julie A. Mujic
152
   
Fredriksen. The United States Army in the War of 1812: Concise
Biographies of Commanders and Operational Histories of
Regiments, with Bibliographies of Published and Primary Sources; and
Fredriksen. The War of 1812 in Person: Fifteen Accounts by
United States Army Regulars, Volunteers, and Militiamen.
David Curtis Skaggs
154
   
Grant. Twilight Rails: The Final Era of Railroad
Building in the Midwest.
Richard Saunders
156
   
Hoagland. Mine Towns: Buildings for Workers in Michigan’s
Copper Country.
William H. Mulligan, Jr.
158
   
Keyes. The Michigan Murders;and
Griffin. “The Events of October”: Murder-Suicide on a Small Campus.
Roger Lane
160
   
Lehto. Michigan’s Columbus: The Life of Douglass Houghton.
Matthew Lawrence Daley
163
   
Livingston. Summer Dreams: The Story of Bob-Lo Island.
Woody Register 
164
   
Maxwell. Gettysburg to Great Salt Lake: George R. Maxwell,
Civil War Hero and Federal Marshal among the Mormons.
Gerrit Dirkmaat
166
   
O’Callaghan. Ford in the Service of America: Mass
Production for the Military during the World Wars.
Rudi Volti   
168
   
Parmenter. The Edge of the Woods: Iroquoia, 1534-1701.
Laurence M. Hauptman
170
   
Robertson. Hearts Beating for Liberty: Women Abolitionists
in the Old Northwest.
Dana Elizabeth Weiner
171
   
Willig. Restoring the Chain of Friendship: British Policy and the
Indians of the Great Lakes, 1783-1815.
Kiara M. Vigil
173