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F574 .D457 N38 1943 [Info] Racial Conflict a Home Front Danger: Lessons of the Detroit Riot (1943), by National Urban League (page images at HathiTrust)
F574 .H85 C9 [Info] A History of the Township and Village of Howell, Michigan (Howell, MI: Livingston Tidings Print, 1911), by A. Riley Crittenden (multiple formats at archive.org)
F574 .L2 M5 [Info] Pioneer Recollections: Semi-Historic Side Lights on the Early Days of Lansing, by Daniel Stafford Mevis (multiple formats with commentary at lc.gov)
F574 .L2 M6 [Info] Proceedings at the Laying of the Corner Stone of the New Capitol of Michigan, on the 2d Day of October, 1873, at the City of Lansing, by Michigan Board of State Building Commissioners (page images at MOA)
F574 .L5 S9 [Info] Tales of a Forgotten Village (Ypsilanti, MI: Printed by University Lithoprinters, c1953), by William P. Sugars (page images at HathiTrust)
F574 .M3 S91 [Info] Old Mackinaw, or, The Fortress of the Lakes and Its Surroundings, by W. P. Strickland (page images at MOA)
F574 .V5 B2 [Info] The Vermontville Colony, Its Genesis and History, With Personal Sketches of the Colonists, by Edward W. Barber (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F574 .Y86 F7 [Info] The Past of Ypsilanti, by G. L. Foster (page images at MOA)
F576 .W7 [Info] Wisconsin Magazine of History (back issues from 1917 onward freely readable online) (partial serial archives)
F576 .W81 [Info] Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, by State Historical Society of Wisconsin (partial serial archives)
F576 .W818 [Info] Memoirs of Jeremiah Curtin, by Jeremiah Curtin and Alma Curtin, ed. by Joseph Schafer (multiple formats at loc.gov)
F579 .H9 [Info] Wisconsin Gazetteer (1853) (page images at MOA)
F580 .A29 [Info] Men of Progress: Wisconsin, ed. by Andrew J. Aikens and Lewis A. Proctor (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F580 .N89 [Info] Notable Men of Wisconsin (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F581 .Q2 [Info] Wisconsin: Its History and Its People, 1634-1924 (4 volumes; Chicago: S. J. Clarke Pub. Co., 1924), by Milo Milton Quaife (page images at HathiTrust)
F581 .R62 [Info] Wisconsin and Its Resources, by James S. Ritchie (page images at MOA)
F581 .S65 [Info] The History of Wisconsin, by William Rudolph Smith (page images at MOA)
F581 .S79 [Info] The State of Wisconsin, Embracing Brief Sketches of Its History, Position, Resources and Industries, and a Catalogue of Its Exhibits at the Centennial at Philadelphia. 1876 (page images at MOA)
F581 .T96 [Info] An Illustrated History of the State of Wisconsin, by Charles R. Tuttle (page images at MOA)
F583 .L3 [Info] The Antiquities of Wisconsin (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1855), by Increase Allen Lapham (illustrated HTML at Wisconsin)
F584 .P3 [Info] Memories of Early Wisconsin and the Gold Mines, by John Barber Parkinson (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F585 .M7 [Info] A Merry Briton in Pioneer Wisconsin, by Morleigh (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F586 .C47 [Info] Hand Book of Wisconsin, by Silas Chapman (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F586 .C53 [Info] A Summer Holiday: A Brief Description of Some of the Most Popular Summer Resorts in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota, and the Routes By Which They Can be Reached, by Chicago and North Western Railway Company (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F586 .D26 [Info] A Preliminary Railroad Survey in Wisconsin, 1857, by Andrew McFarland Davis (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)

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