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Michigan at War

War under heaven: Pontiac, the Indian Nations, & the British Empire by Gregory Evans Dowd

The French and Indian War: deciding the fate of North America by Walter R. Borneman

Empires at war: the French & Indian War and the struggle for North America, 1754-1763 by William M. Fowler, Jr

Crucible of war: the Seven Years' War and the fate of empire in British North America, 1754-1766 by Fred Anderson ; with illustrations from the William L. Clements Library

The fall and recapture of Detroit in the War of 1812: in defense of William Hull by Anthony J. Yanik

Michigan's early military forces: a roster and history of troops activated prior to the American Civil War by rosters compiled by Le Roy Barnett ; with histories by Roger Rosentreter

The Toledo War: the first Michigan-Ohio rivalry by Don Faber

Michigan and the Civil War: a great and bloody sacrifice by Jack Dempsey

A distant thunder: Michigan in the Civil War by Richard Bak

Custer and his Wolverines: the Michigan Cavalry Brigade, 1861-1865 by Edward G. Longacre

Father Abraham's children: Michigan episodes in the Civil War by Frank B. Woodford ; new foreword by Arthur M. Woodford

These men have seen hard service: the First Michigan Sharpshooters in the Civil War by Raymond J. Herek

Detroit's wartime industry: arsenal of democracy by Michael W.R. Davis

State of war: Michigan in World War II by Alan Clive

Willow Run: colossus of American industry by Warren Benjamin Kidder

The U.P. goes to war: Upper Michigan and its heroes in World War II by Larry Chabot

The U.P. recalls the war [videodisc]

Detroit and the "Good War": the World War II letters of Mayor Edward Jeffries and friends by Dominic J. Capeci, Jr., editor

The arsenal of democracy: FDR, Ford Motor Company, and their epic quest to arm an America at war by A. J. Baime

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