Michigan Connection


Michigan is made up of a great variety of people -  here's a way to learn more about us all.

 

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Discovering the Peoples of Michigan, a series from Michigan State University Press, examines the rich multicultural heritage of the Great Lakes State and explores Michigan's ethnic dynamics. Michigan's rapidly changing historical and social structures have far-reaching implications in such areas as public policy, education, management, and private enterprise. Discovering the Peoples of Michigan reveals the unique contributions that different and often unrecognized communities have made to Michigan's historical and social identity.

 

Alvarado, Rudolph

Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in Michigan

SFLD HIST REF 977.4004 A

 

Badaczewski, Dennis

Poles in Michigan

Ref 977.4 Dis

 

Badilo, David A

Latinos in Michigan

SFLD HIST REF 977.4004 B

 

DuLong, John P

French-Canadians in Michigan

Ref 977.4 Dul

 

Forrester, Alan T

Scots in Michigan

SFLD HIST REF 305.8916

 

Glazier, Jack

Ethnicity in Michigan: issues and people

977.4 G

 

Hassoun, Rosina J

Arab Americans in Michigan

977.4004 Has

 

Helwig, Arthur W

Asian Indians in Michigan

977.4 Hel

 

Huseby-Darvas, Eva V

Hungarians in Michigan

977.4004 H

 

Kilar, Jeremy W

Germans in Michigan

305.831 Kil

 

Magnaghi, Russel

Italians in Michigan

Ref 977.4  D

 

Sengstock, Mary C

Chaldeans in Michigan

977.4 Sen

 

Ten Harmsel, Larry

Dutch in Michigan

977.4004 T

 

Trix, Frances

Albanians in Michigan

Ref 977.4 D

 

Walker, Lewis

African Americans in Michigan

Ref 977.4 D