SUBJECT OF BOOKS
F. Clever Bald. Michigan in Four Centuries. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1954. 498pp.
Russ Bellant. The Religious Right in Michigan Politics. Americans for Religious Liberty. 1996. 170pp.
Beth Blenz. Encyclopedia of Michigan: A Reference Guide to the Wolverine State. Somerset Publishers. 1989. 693pp.
William P. Browne; Kenneth VerBurg. Michigan Politics and Government: Facing Change in a Complex State. University of Nebraska Press. 1995. 409pp.
Alan Clive. State of War: Michigan in World War II. University of Michigan Press. 1979. 301pp.
Thomas McIntyre Cooley. Michigan: A History of Governments. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin. 1905. 409pp.
Harriette May Dilla. The Politics of Michigan, 1865-1878. AMS Press. 1970. 259pp.
Willis F. Dunbar; George S. May. Michigan: A History of the Wolverine State. William B. Eerdmans Publishing. 1995. 769pp. 3rd Edition.
Susan P. Fino. The Michigan State Constitution: A Reference Guide. Greenwood Press. 1996. 279pp.
James Edward Fitting. The Archaeology of Michigan: A Guide to the Prehistory of the Great Lakes Region. Cranbrook Institute of Science. 1975. 274pp.
George Newman Fuller. Economic and Social Beginnings of Michigan: A Study of the Settlement of the Lower Peninsula During the Territorial Period, 1805-1837. Lansing: Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co.. 1916. 630pp.
Martin J. Hershock. The Paradox of Progress: Economic Change, Individual Enterprise, and Political Culture in Michigan, 1837-1878. Ohio University Press. 2003. 324pp.
Theodore J. Karamanski. Deep Woods Frontier: A History of Logging in Northern Michigan. Wayne State University Press. 1989. 305pp.
Marilyn Ferris Motz. True Sisterhood: Michigan Women and Their Kin, 1820-1920. SUNY Press. 1983. 192pp.
Richard Theodore Ortquist. Depression Politics in Michigan, 1929-1933. Garland. 1982. 276pp.
M. M. Quaife; Sidney Glazer. Michigan: From Primitive Wilderness to Industrial Commonwealth. Prentice-Hall. 1948. 374pp.
Floyd Benjamin Streeter. Political Parties in Michigan, 1837-1860: An Historical Study of Political Issues and Parties in Michigan from the Admission of the State to the Civil War. Michigan Historical Commission. 1918. 401pp.
Charles Richard Tuttle. General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches, Portrait Engravings, and Numerous Illustrations: A Complete History of the Peninsular State from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time. Detroit: R. D. S. Tyler & Co.. 1874. 730pp.
Henry M. Utley; Byron M. Cutcheon; Clarence M. Burton. Michigan as a Province, Territory and State: The Twenty-Sixth Member of the Federal Union. Publishing Society of Michigan. 1906. (4 vols.) 361pp. + 409pp. + 467pp. + 374pp.
Virgil J. Vogel. Indian Names in Michigan. University of Michigan Press. 1986. 227pp.
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