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Michigan: A History of Wolverine State, Revised

Michigan: A History of Wolverine State, Revised - 3rd edition

Michigan: A History of Wolverine State, Revised - 3rd edition

ISBN13: 9780802870551

ISBN10: 0802870554

Michigan: A History of Wolverine State, Revised by Willis F. Dunbar and George S. May - ISBN 9780802870551
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 3RD 95
Copyright: 1995
Publisher: Eerdmans Publishing
Published:
International: No
Michigan: A History of Wolverine State, Revised by Willis F. Dunbar and George S. May - ISBN 9780802870551

ISBN13: 9780802870551

ISBN10: 0802870554

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 3RD 95

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Summary

This standard textbook on Michigan history covers the entire scope of the Wolverine State's historical record--from when humankind first arrived in the area around 9,000 B.C. up to the present gubernatorial administration. This third revised edition of Michigan also examines events since 1980 and draws on new studies to expand and improve its coverage of various ethnic groups, recent political developments, labor and business, and many other topics. Includes photographs, maps, and charts.



Author Bio

Dunbar, Willis F. :

(1902-1970) He was chairman of the History Department at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.


May, George S. :

Professor emeritus of history at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

List of Maps
Preface

  1. The Physical Environment
  2. Michigan's First Residents
  3. The French Explorers
  4. Michigan under French Development
  5. Michigan under the British Flag
  6. Michigan and the Old Northwest, 1783-1805
  7. Michigan's Troubled Decade, 1805-1815
  8. Exit the Fur Trader; Enter the Farmer
  9. The Era of the Pioneers
  10. Political Development and Cultural Beginnings
  11. A Stormy Entrance into the Union
  12. A Cycle of Boom, Bust, and Recovery
  13. Out of the Wilderness, 1835-1860
  14. Michigan Leads the Way in Education
  15. Politics in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Michigan
  16. Michigan and the Civil War
  17. The Heyday of the Lumber Industry
  18. The Mining Boom
  19. An Expanding Transportation Network
  20. Citadel of Republicanism
  21. The Growth of Manufacturing
  22. Michigan and the Automobile
  23. Progressivism and the Growth of Social Consciousness
  24. World War I and Its Aftermath
  25. Michigan Becomes an Urban State
  26. Depression and War
  27. The Postwar Years
  28. Years of Change and Turmoil
  29. The Enrichment of Cultural Life
  30. Toward a New Century

Suggestions for Further Reading
Appendix I
Appendix II
Notes
Index