Table of Contents- Spring 2012 Volume 38, No. 1
The Michigan Historical Review

Contents

   
Editor’s Page vii
   
Map of the Great Lakes Region
1795-1814
xi
 
 
Michigan Ceded: Why and Wherefore?
Sandy Antal
1
   
Toward the Black Hawk War:
The Sauk and Fox Indians and the war of 1812
Patrick J. Jung
27
   
Welcome to Hard Times:
Two French Merchants and Militiamen in the Detroit River Region During the War of 1812
Patrick M. Tucker
Laurel E. Heyman
53
Michilimackinac and Prairie du Chien:
Northern Anchors of British Authority in the War of 1812
Barry Gough
83
   
Decisions at Sandwich: William Henry Harrison
and the Pursuit to the Thames
David Curtis Skaggs
107
A Stain Upon the Nation?:
A Review of the Detroit Campaign of 1812 in United States Military History
Steven J. Rauch
129

Review Essay

After Tippecanoe? The War of 1812 150 years Later
Donald R. Hickey
155
   

Book Reviews

Danziger.Great Lakes Indian Accommodation and Resistance during
the Early Reservation Years, 1850-1900.
By Kenneth C. Carstens
159
   
Kuron. “Thus Fell Tecumseh”: The 1813 Struggle for the
Northwest Territory, and the Mystery Surrounding Who Killed
Tecumseh, Revealed through the Personal Accounts of the Participants.
By David A. Simmons
161
   
Riley. A Matter of Honour: The Life, Campaigns, and Generalship of Isaac Brock.
Turner. The Astonishing General: The Life and Legacy of Sir Isaac Brock.

By Kenneth C. Carstens
162
   
Schwartz. Conflict on the Michigan Frontier: Yankee and
Borderland Cultures, 1815-1840.
By Bruce A. Rubenstein                             
165
   
Taylor. The Civil War of 1812: American Citizens, British Subjects,
Irish Rebels & Indian Allies.

By A. J. Langguth
166
   
Yanik. The Fall and Recapture of Detroit in the War of 1812:
In Defense of William Hull.
By Richard V. Barbuto
167
   
Letter to the Editor 171
Contributors 173