Michigan: A History of the Great Lakes State

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Index
Abolitionists, 90–96
Abraham, Spencer, 313, 319, 320
Acadia, 21
Adams, Charles Francis, 123
Adrian, 187
Adrian, 71, 82, 127, 168, 170, 186, 187, 230
Adrian College, 168
Adult education, 170
Agriculture, 145–152, 154–156, 277
Albion, 92, 102, 149
Albion College, 168
Alger, Fred, Jr., 265
Alger, Russell, 128
Algonac, 292
Allardt, Max E., 136, 137
Allegan, 89, 115, 254
Allouez, Claude, 28
Almy, John, 134, 135
Alpena, 183
Ambassador Bridge, 228, 250, 324
American Federation of Labor, 242
American Fur Company, 67
American Indians, 1–15, 22–24, 30, 34, 35, 44–51, 62–65, 67, 68, 111
American Motors Corporation, 209, 282
American Protective League, 222
American Red Cross, 184
Amherst, Jeffrey, 41, 44–46, 49
Amherstbergh, Ontario, 114
Ann Arbor, 71, 92, 169, 276
Anthony, Susan B., 121
Anti-Market Hunting Act, 157
Anti-Saloon League, 220
Anti-Semitism, 204, 205, 229, 239, 240
Arab oil embargo, 290, 292
Archer, Dennis, 315–317, 325
Arnow, Harriette, 173
Arsenal of Democracy, 248, 250, 254, 260
Astor, John Jacob, 67, 78
AuSable River, 156
Austin, Richard, 314
AuTrain, 254
Baby, Francois, 56
Bagley, John J., 124–127, 130
Bagwell, Paul D., 265, 280
Baldwin, Henry P., 123, 127
Bank holiday, 237–239
Bank of the United States, 76
Barry, John, 103, 106, 134, 135
Barton, Clara, 184
Bates, Frederick, 62
Bates Township, 142
Battle Creek, 89, 92, 101, 102, 153, 154, 222, 252, 254
Battle of the Overpass, 245
Battle of the Running Bulls, 244
Battle of the Thames, 65
Bay City, 91, 106, 183, 216, 218, 229, 252
Bay County, 266
Beamon, Fernando, 127
Beaubien, Angelique, 48
Beaver Islands, 96–100
Begole, Josiah, 122, 128, 137
Belle Isle, 259
Bellestre, Francois de, 41
Benton Harbor, 286
Benton Harbor Fruit Exchange, 137
Berlin, Irving, 229
Berrien County, 75, 146
Bessemer, 140
Beveridge, Albert, 217

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