More Fascinating Michigan History

Michigan remembered: photographs from the Farm Security Administration and the Office of War Information, 1936- 1943 by edited by Constance B. Schulz ; with introductory essays by Constance B. Schulz and William H. Mulligan, Jr

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

A drive down memory lane: the named state and federal highways of Michigan by LeRoy Barnett

Picturing Hemingway's Michigan by Michael R. Federspiel

Lumberjack: inside an era in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by William S. Crowe ; editors, Lynn McGlothlin Emerick, Ann McGlothlin Weller

The violent years: prohibition and the Detroit mobs by Paul R. Kavieff

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

From midnight to dawn: the story of the underground railroad and the flight to freedom by Jacqueline Tobin with Hettie Jones

Paddling across the peninsula: an important cross- Michigan canoe route during the French regime by Timothy J. Kent

Soapy: a biography of G. Mennen Williams by Thomas J. Noer

Arc of justice: a saga of race, civil rights, and murder in the Jazz Age by Kevin Boyle

Hollowed ground: copper mining and community building on Lake Superior, 1840s-1990s by Larry Lankton

West to far Michigan: settling the Lower Peninsula, 1815 -1860 by Kenneth E. Lewis

Detroit's historic Water Works Park by Michael Daisy

Recasting the machine age: Henry Ford's village industries by Howard P. Segal

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