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Table of Contents- Spring 2008 Volume 34, No. 1 (Page 1)

The Michigan Historical Review

Vol. 34 No. 1               Spring 2008




Introduction: Emerging Borderlands                                                                                           vii

Nora Faires


Writing Michigan History from a Transborder Perspective                                                      1

Susan E. Gray


Apples on the Border: Orchards and the Contest for the                                                        25

Great Lakes

William Kerrigan


After the Conquest: Michilimackinac, a Borderland in                                                            43

Transition, 1760-1763

Keith R. Widder


Merchant Representatives and the French River                                                                     63

World, 1763-1803

Robert Englebert


The Transformation of the Detroit Land Market and the                                                       83

Formation of the Anglo-American Border, 1783-1796

Lawrence B. A. Hatter


The Gnadenhutten Effect: Moravian Converts and the                                                          101

Search for Safety in the Canadian Borderlands

John P. Bowes


Winning Essay: 2007 Student Essay Contest

The Road to Ruin? "Civilization" and the Origins of a                                                            119

"Michigan Road Band" of Potawatomi

Ben Secunda


Book Reviews


Barr, ed. The Boundaries between Us: Natives and Newcomers along the                 ‚Äč     151

Frontiers of the Old Northwest Territory, 1750-1850

James T. Carroll


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