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Table of Contents- Spring 2013 Volume 39, No. 1

The Michigan Historical Review

Vol. 39 No. 1               Spring 2013

“Worked Out in Infinite Detail”: Michigan State College’s
Lauren P. Brown and the Origins of the NCAA Cross
Country Championships
Mark E. Havitz and Eric D. Zemper
Paul de Kruif:  A Michigan Leader in Public Health
Jan Peter Verhave
Becoming Latino: Mexican and Puerto Rican Community
Formation in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1926-1964
Delia Fernández
An Unanswerable Argument in Favor of Forests: 
Progressive Conservation, Compromise, and the 1903 
Creation of Michigan’s First Forest Reserve
Joseph J. Jones

Book Reviews

Nabeel Abraham, Sally Howell and Andrew Shryock, eds. 
Arab Detroit 9/11: Life in the Terror Decade.
​Barbara C. Aswad
Carl Bajema, Dave Kindem, and Jim Budzynski. 
The Lake Line: The Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Muskegon Railway.
Graydon M. Meints
Elton J. Bruins and Karen G. Schakel, eds. 
Envisioning Hope College: Letters Written by Albertus C. Van Raalte to Philip Phelps Jr., 1857-1875.
Dr. Robert Schoone-Jongen
Tobin T. Buhk. True Crime: Michigan, the State’s Most Notorious Criminal Cases.
Jeffrey S. Adler
M. Christine Byron and Thomas R. Wilson. Vintage Views Along the West 
Michigan Pike: From Sand Trails to US 31.
Michael Federspiel
Matthew L. M. Fletcher. The Eagle Returns: The Legal History of the Grand 
Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians.
Tim Garrison               
Meghan C. L. Howey. Mound Builders and Monument Makers of the 
Northern Great Lakes, 1200-1600.
Kenneth C. Carstens
John Knott. Imagining the Forest: Narratives of Michigan and the Upper Midwest.
Kevin C. Armitage
Bruce Allen Kopytek. Jacobson’s: I Miss It So! The Story of a 
Michigan Fashion Institution.
Michael J. Lisicky
Margaret A. Leary. Giving It All Away: The Story of William W. Cook and
His Michigan Law Quadrangle.
Mark E. Steiner
Tracy Neal Leavelle. The Catholic Calumet: Colonial Conversions in 
French and Indian North America.
Edward E. Andrews
Scott Martelle. Detroit: A Biography.
 Thomas A. Klug
Ken Voyles and Mary Rodrique. The Enduring Legacy of the 
Detroit Athletic Club: Driving the Motor City. 
Gerald R. Gems
Susan Whitall, with Kevin John. Fever: Little Willie John, a Fast Life, 
Mysterious Death, and the Birth of Soul.
Burton W. Peretti
Victoria Saker Woeste. Henry Ford’s War on Jews and the Legal 
Battle Against Hate Speech.
Mike Smith
Book​s Received 157
William M. Anderson.  The Glory Years of the Detroit Tigers: 1920-1950.
Donald R. Hickey.  187 Things You Should Know about the War of 1812.
Donald R. Hickey and Connie D. Clark.  The Rockets’ Red Glare:  An Illustrated History of the War of 1812.
Stacy Honson and Kit Lane.  The Village Table:  A Delicious History of Food in the Saugatuck-Douglas Area.
Herman Lunden Miller.  Farming in Northeast Lower Michigan, 1910-1960:  The Way We Used to Do It.
Larry J. Wagenaar and Izzi Bendall.  Michigan History Directory.
Contributors 161