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F572 .M57 B4 1917 [Info] L'Arbre Croche Mission: A Memorable Relation Briefly Setting Forth the Historical Facts and Eschewing All Fable and Legend, As Erected by Untutored Minds, Touching Upon the Justly Famed Mission of the Crooked Tree (Santa Barbara, CA: The author, 1917), by H. Bedford-Jones and Henry McConnell
F572 .N8 C18 [Info] An Address on the Climate, Soil, Resources, Development, Commerce and Future of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, by Alexander Campbell (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F572 .N8 L3 [Info] Be-Wa-Bic Country: The Story of the Menominee Iron Range in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (New York: Carlton Press, c1963), by Herbert F. Larson (page images at HathiTrust)
F572 .N8 M3 [Info] Manistique Centennial Book (Manistique, MI: Manistique Centennial, Inc., 1960) (page images at HathiTrust)
F572 .N8 R5 [Info] Between the Iron and the Pine: A Biography of a Pioneer Family and a Pioneer Town, by Lewis Charles Reimann (page images at loc.gov)
F572.P5 K37 1995 [Info] The Pictured Rocks: An Administrative History of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, by Theodore J. Karamanski (illustrated HTML at National Park Service)
F572 .S43 T9 [Info] Gazetteer of the St. Joseph Valley, Michigan and Indiana, by Timothy Gilman Turner (page images at MOA)
F572.S8 K37 2000 [Info] A Nationalized Lakeshore: The Creation and Administration of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, by Theodore J. Karamanski (illustrated HTML at National Park Service)
F572 .S9 R18 [Info] Along the Bowstring or South Shore of Lake Superior, by Julian Ralph (multiple formats with commentary at loc.gov)
F572 .S9 S14 [Info] A True Description of the Lake Superior Country (New York: W. H. Graham, 1848), by John R. St. John (page images at loc.gov)
F572 .W3 [Info] Past and Present of Washtenaw County, Michigan; Together With Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Prominent and Leading Citizens and Illustrious Dead (Chicago: S. J. Clarke Pub. co., 1906), by Samuel W. Beakes (page images at HathiTrust)
F574 .B18 [Info] The Bath School Disaster (c1927), by M. J. Ellsworth (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
F574 .B18 C6 1977 [Info] The Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Bath School Disaster, May 18, 1927; and Dedication of the Historic School Site, 1873-1977 (4 pages; 1977), by Bath Charter Township Bicentennial Committee
F574 .B18 R6 1927 [Info] Roman Catholic Dynamites Bath Public Schools: The Greatest Premeditated Murder of Children Since the St. Bartholomew Massacre Murdering 30,000 French Protestants (ca. 1927), by Ku Klux Klan (1915- ) (PDF at MSU)
F574 .D2 N9 [Info] The Bark Covered House, or Back in the Woods Again, by William Nowlin
F574 .D4 A5 [Info] Laws and Regulations of the American Medical Association, With a Sketch of Detroit, and a Brief History of the University of Michigan, and of the Development of the Resources of the State, by American Medical Association (page images at MOA)
F574 .D4 A8 [Info] The John Askin Papers (2 volumes; Detroit: Detroit Library Commission, 1928-1931), by John Askin, ed. by Milo Milton Quaife (both volumes: page images at HathiTrust)
F574 .D4 B58 [Info] Why Race Riots? Lessons From Detroit (New York: Public Affairs Committee, 1944), by Earl Louis Brown (page images at HathiTrust)
F574 .D4 D385 [Info] Guide-Book to Detroit: Prepared for Members of the American Library Association in Conference at Detroit, June 26-July 1, 1922 (1922), by Detroit Commitee for the Conference of the American Library Association
F574 .D4 F25 1878 [Info] Illustrated Guide and Souvenir of Detroit (Detroit: S. Farmer and Co., c1878), by Silas Farmer
F574 .D4 R65 [Info] Sketches of the City of Detroit, State of Michigan, Past and Present, by Robert E. Roberts (page images at MOA)
F574 .D4 T5 [Info] A Thrilling Narrative from the Lips of the Sufferers of the Late Detroit Riot, March 6, 1863, With the Hair Breadth Escapes of Men, Women and Children, and Destruction of Colored Men's Property, Not Less Than $15,000 (Detroit: The author, 1863) (HTML and TEI at UNC)
F574 .D4 T53 1945 [Info] A Thrilling Narrative from the Lips of the Sufferers of the Late Detroit Riot, March 6, 1863, With the Hair Breadth Escapes of Men, Women and Children, and Destruction of Colored Men's Property, Not Less Than $15,000 (reprint; Hattiesburg, MS: The Book Farm, 1945) (page images at HathiTrust)
F574 .D4 W6 1969 [Info] All Our Yesterdays: A Brief History of Detroit (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1969), by Frank B. Woodford and Arthur M. Woodford (multiple formats at Wayne State)
F574 .D443 H47 2012 [Info] The Unreal Estate Guide to Detroit (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012), by Andrew Herscher (illustrated HTML with commentary at digitalculture.org)

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