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Michigan: A History of Explorers, Entrepreneurs, and Everyday PeopleRoger L. Rosentreter
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The history of Michigan is a fascinating story of breathtaking geography enriched by an abundant water supply, of bold fur traders and missionaries who developed settlements that grew into major cities, of ingenious entrepreneurs who established thriving industries, and of celebrated cultural icons like the Motown sound. It is also the story of the exploitation of Native Americans, racial discord that resulted in a devastating riot, and ongoing tensions between employers and unions. Michigan: A History of Explorers, Entrepreneurs, and Everyday People recounts this colorful past and the significant role the state has played in shaping the United States. Well-researched and engagingly written, the book spans from Michigan's geologic formation to important 21st-century developments in a concise but detailed chronicle that will appeal to general readers, scholars, and students interested in Michigan's past, present, and future.
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
- 978-0-472-07190-6 (hardcover)
- 978-0-472-05190-8 (paper)
- 978-0-472-02887-0 (ebook)