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Articles from Michigan History Magazine (May 1, 2018)

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"JIFFY" Mixes. Wagenaar, Amy 580
A BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF THE GREAT WAR The Flights of Harold Loud: Among the aviators who served in World War I, the name of Michigan-native Harold Loud is not well-known. He was not one of the aces of the war. He flew as an observation pilot--one of the less glamorous piloting roles during the war. But he proved that heroes could appear in any role in the skies above the Western Front. Vaughan, David K. Biography 2361
Adventures at the Cut River Bridge. Colmer, Kim Essay 1080
Along the Au Sable: Rambling Around the River Road. 753
Ambition, Pragmatism, and Party: A Political Biography of Gerald R. Ford. Brief article 134
Antiques Roadshow Returns to Michigan. Brief article 123
BRINGING THE "OLD COUNTRY" HOME TO HOLLAND. Brief article 163
Caledonia Farmers Elevator Company Turns 100. 295
Centennial Farm Enjoys New Life as a Bed and Breakfast. Brief article 140
DETROIT HISTORICAL SOCIETY RECOGNIZED FOR PARTNERSHIPS IN DETROIT 67 PROJECT. Brief article 214
DR. RANSOM'S VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD: The schooner George L. Wrenn rested lightly in the South Haven harbor. Her 250 barrels of salt ballast wouldn't be loaded until she reached Ludington. Known around the lakes as a fast sailer, she had worked hard as a freighter since her debut in 1868. Now, on July 4, 1894, she was about to embark on an entirely new career as a global traveler, guided by her fearless leader--Dr. W.C. Ransom. Lyon, Eilene 2653
George Ampey. Odom, Donna Biography 564
HOLLAND FILM GROUP REACHES NEW AUDIENCE THROUGH FILM. Brief article 148
HUIZENGA GROUP SPONSORS BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURIAL CONTENT. Brief article 142
Jackson Women Recognized With Susan B. Anthony Award. Brief article 186
James M. Edmunds Lincoln's Propagandist: Few people today have ever heard of James M. Edmunds. Yet during the Civil War, the political pundit from Michigan occupied one of Washington's most influential positions within the presidency of Abraham Lincoln and Republican Party politics. Taylor, Paul Biography 3016
Kona Dolamite: Michigan's Oldest Fossil. Brzys, Karen 916
LETTERS. Letter to the editor 870
MESSAGE. Feldbush, Nancy Editorial 458
Nominations Open for State History Awards. 108
Of Art and Architecture: PEWABIC POTTERY: Mary Chase Perry viewed the world with eyes that thirstily drank in the beauty in nature. Her artist's spirit led her to reject the machine-made world and turn toward the unique. Her passion for individuality was fired into every piece of ceramic art that she turned out in her life's work at Detroit's celebrated Pewabic Pottery. Larsen, Deborah J. Biography 2704
On This Date. Brief article 196
RARE BLUE ICE APPEARS IN THE GREAT LAKES. 111
SOO LOCKS VISITOR CENTER CONTINUES TO RENOVATE. Brief article 167
THE FLOATING STAIRCASE: The Yerkes House Treasure in Northville. 552
The Great Water: A Documentary History of Michigan. Book review 124
The Historical Society of Michigan's Historic Michigan Maps. 389
The Soldiers of Fort Mackinac: An Illustrated History. Brief article 119
The Street Railways of Grand Rapids. Bajema, Carl; Maas, Tom Brief article 126
The Women's Great Lakes Reader. Brief article 123
TRAVEL BACK TO AN ALBION OF YEARS PAST. Brief article 181

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