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Michigan: A History of the Great Lakes State Michigan: A History of the Great Lakes State by Bruce A. Rubenstein, Lawrence E. Ziewacz
To be sure, this history includes accounts of the French and British, the rise of the automobile industry, and the tales of lumbering and mining. This history also intends to go beyond the well-known aspects of the state's development; it intends to tell the story of the people of Michigan. Special emphasis is given to American Indians and their fight to survive in a "white man's world," the struggle for black rights and women's suffrage, and the contributions of white ethnics.
Battle for the Soul : Mtis Children Encounter Evangelical Protestants at MacKinaw Mission, 1823-1837 Battle for the Soul: Mtis Children Encounter Evangelical Protestants at MacKinaw Mission, 1823-1837 by Keith R. Widder
In the 1820s and 1830s, evangelical missionaries encountered the Mtis Indians of the upper Great Lakes. Confident in their ability to transform the children, their parents and all others on MacKinaw Island, William and Amanda Ferry opened a boarding school for Mtis children. This book chronicles their influence from 1823 to 1837.

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