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Nabeel Abraham; Andrew Shryock (editors). Arab Detroit: From Margin to Mainstream. Wayne State University Press. 2000. 629pp.

Frank Angelo. Yesterday's Detroit. E. A. Seemann Publishing. 1974. 160pp.

Steve Babson. Working Detroit: The Making of a Union Town. Wayne State University Press. 1986. 252pp.

Lars Bjorn; with Jim Gallert. Before Motown: A History of Jazz in Detroit, 1920-60. University of Michigan Press. 2001. 239pp.

Peter H. Blum. Brewed in Detroit: Breweries and Beers Since 1830. Wayne State University Press. 1999. 353pp.

Sidney Bolkosky. Harmony & Dissonance: Voices of Jewish Identity in Detroit, 1914-1967. Wayne State University Press. 1991. 543pp.

David A. Carson. Grit, Noise, & Revolution: The Birth of Detroit Rock 'n' Roll. University of Michigan Press. 2005. 376pp.

Zev Chafets. Devil's Night: And Other True Tales of Detroit. New York: Random House. 1990. 240pp.

David G. Chardavoyne. A Hanging in Detroit: Stephen Gifford Simmons and the Last Execution Under Michigan Law. Wayne State University Press. 2003. 239pp.

Joe T. Darden; Richard Child Hill; June Thomas; Richard Thomas. Detroit: Race and Uneven Development. Temple University Press. 1990. 336pp.

Angela D. Dillard. Faith in the City: Preaching Radical Social Change in Detroit. University of Michigan Press. 2007. 416pp.

W. Hawkins Ferry. The Buildings of Detroit: A History. Wayne State University Press. 1968. 479pp.

Dan Georgakas; Marvin Surkin. Detroit, I Do Mind Dying: A Study in Urban Revolution. South End Press. 1998. 254pp. Updated edition.

Sidney Glazer. Detroit: A Study in Urban Development. Bookman Associates. 1965. 135pp.

John Hartigan, Jr.. Racial Situations: Class Predicaments of Whiteness in Detroit. Princeton University Press. 1999. 354pp.

Wilma Wood Henrickson (editor). Detroit Perspectives: Crossroads and Turning Points. Wayne State University Press. 1991. 593pp.

Jerry Herron. AfterCulture: Detroit and the Humiliation of History. Wayne State University Press. 1993. 216pp.

David M. Katzman. Before the Ghetto: Black Detroit in the Nineteenth Century. University of Illinois Press. 1973. 254pp.

Amy Maria Kenyon. Dreaming Suburbia: Detroit and the Production of Postwar Space and Culture. Wayne State University Press. 2004. 214pp.

John C. Leggett. Class, Race, and Labor: Working-Class Consciousness in Detroit. Oxford University Press. 1968. 252pp.

David Allan Levine. Internal Combustion: The Races in Detroit, 1915-1926. Greenwood Press. 1976. 221pp.

James H. Lincoln. The Anatomy of a Riot: A Detroit Judge's Report. McGraw-Hill. 1968. 206pp.

August Meier; Elliott Rudwick. Black Detroit and the Rise of the UAW. University of Michigan Press. 2007. 312pp.

Jeffrey Mirel. The Rise and Fall of an Urban School System: Detroit, 1907-81. University of Michigan Press. 1999. 520pp. 2nd Edition.

Richard Jules Oestreicher. Solidarity and Fragmentation: Working People and Class Consciousness in Detroit, 1875-1900. University of Illinois Press. 1986. 263pp.

David Lee Poremba (editor). Detroit in Its World Setting: A Three Hundred Year Chronology, 1701-2001. Wayne State University Press. 2001. 399pp.

Robert A. Rockaway. The Jews of Detroit: From the Beginning, 1762-1914. Wayne State University Press. 1986. 162pp.

Mary Rosalita. Education in Detroit Prior to 1850. Michigan Historical Commission. 1928. 364pp.

Van Gordon Sauter; Burleigh Hines. Nightmare in Detroit: A Rebellion and Its Victims. Regnery. 1968. 231pp.

John C. Schneider. Detroit and the Problem of Order, 1830-1880: A Geography of Crime, Riot, and Policing. University of Nebraska Press. 1980. 171pp.

Megan Taylor Shockley. "We, Too, are Americans": African American Women in Detroit and Richmond, 1940-54. University of Illinois Press. 2004. 256pp.

Robert Shogan; Tom Craig. The Detroit Race Riot: A Study in Violence. Da Capo Press. 1976. 199pp.

Suzanne E. Smith. Dancing in the Street: Motown and the Cultural Politics of Detroit. Harvard University Press. 2001. 332pp.

Johannes F. Spreen; Diane Holloway. Who Killed Detroit? Other Cities Beware!. iUniverse. 2005. 272pp.

Mary M. Stolberg. Bridging the River of Hatred: The Pioneering Efforts of Detroit Police Commissioner George Edwards. Wayne State University Press. 2002. 368pp.

Thomas J. Sugrue. The Origins of the Urban Crisis: Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit. Princeton University Press. 1996. 375pp.

Richard Walter Thomas. Life for Us Is What We Make It: Building Black Community in Detroit, 1915-1945. Indiana University Press. 1992. 365pp.

Heather Ann Thompson. Whose Detroit? Politics, Labor, and Race in a Modern American City. Cornell University Press. 2004. 304pp.

Julius E. Thompson. Dudley Randall, Broadside Press, and the Black Arts Movement in Detroit, 1960-1995. McFarland. 2005. 352pp.

JoEllen Vinyard. The Irish on the Urban Frontier: Nineteenth Century Detroit, 1850-1880. Arno Press. 1974. 446pp.

JoEllen McNergney Vinyard. For Faith and Fortune: The Education of Catholic Immigrants in Detroit, 1805-1925. University of Illinois Press. 1998. 310pp.

B. J. Widick. Detroit: City of Race and Class Violence. Quadrangle Books. 1972. 251pp.

Victoria W. Wolcott. Remaking Respectability: African American Women in Interwar Detroit. UNC Press. 2001. 335pp.

Arthur M. Woodford. This is Detroit, 1701-2001. Wayne State University Press. 2001. 268pp.

Frank B. Woodford. Parnassus on Main Street: A History of the Detroit Public Library. Wayne State University Press. 1965. 487pp.

Frank B. Woodford; Arthur M. Woodford. All Our Yesterdays: A Brief History of Detroit. Wayne State University Press. 1969. 410pp.




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