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Articles from Michigan History Magazine (January 1, 2019)

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"Michigan Cares for Tourism" Volunteers Take Over Fort Wilkins Park for Renovations. Brief article 125
AVERILL HISTORICAL MUSEUM OF ADA NEWLY RENOVATED. Brief article 141
Beaded Purse. Topash-Caldwell, Blaire 584
Big Red: THE HOLLAND HARBOR LIGHTHOUSE: The Holland Harbor Lighthouse--now commonly known as "Big Red"--is, arguably, one of Michigan's most recognized and photographed lighthouses. Its history is revealed through technological changes occurring over a century, during which a movement by locals succeeded in preserving it for future generations to enjoy. van Heest, Valerie 1548
Detroit Is No Dry Bones: The Eternal City of the Industrial Age. Book review 105
Ernest Hemingway Conference Highlights Aftermath of World War I. Conference overview 131
From the Editorial Manager. Blaker, Christopher N. Editorial 414
Harriet Quimby. Myers, Robert Biography 663
Having Fun on US-31: Diversions in the North. 644
HISTORIC INNS AND HOTELS. 110
HISTORY HOT SPOTS. 390
History Hounds[TM]... Unleashed! Brief article 309
LETTERS. Letter to the editor 1147
Lost in Michigan, Volume 2. Book review 107
Man Raises Funds to Mark Graves of Formerly Enslaved Ancestors. Brief article 129
MICHIGAN BECOMES FIRST STATE TO HOST SABIN HOWARD WWI SCULPTURE. Brief article 114
Michigan POW Camps in World War II. Book review 111
MOTOR COACH TOUR FUN. 497
On This Date. 162
Recycling During World War II. Brief article 232
Recycling for the Arsenal of Democracy. Owsley, Elaine Field Personal account 572
Setting the Record Straight. 559
St. James Episcopal Church Turns 150. Brief article 105
THE BEACH BOYS: LIVE IN ANN ARBOR! Blaker, Christopher N. 2279
The Career of Cornelius L. Henderson. Faisal, Rashid Biography 1439
The City of Muskegon Turns. Bessinger, Jeff 522
The Faygo Book. Book review 115
The Gift of Summer Rain: An Arch Rock Legend. Book review 119
The Merchant John Askin. Carroll, Justin M. Biography 2592
The Model Prison That Never Was: It was to be a prison made up of quaint cottages and orchards on a peaceful wooded riverfront in Okemos. There would be no armed guards, barred windows, or imposing walls. Nearly a century ago, state leaders and reformers celebrated the impending construction of the Michigan State Training School for Women--Michigan's first standalone women's penitentiary. Robbins, Mark W. 2113
The Monarch at Hartwick Pines. Brief article 218
Tour Visits Washtenaw County Underground Railroad Sites. Brief article 142
TRAGEDY ON THE RAILS. Kowalski, Greg 1172
WKAR-TV: MICHIGAN'S OLDEST EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION STATION. Stone, Laurence B. 2144
YOOPER: The U.P.'s unique history and cross-section of several cultures has enabled its residents to develop their own dialect over time, providing the area with its own identity through language. But what does it mean to talk like a "Yooper," and how does one identify with that one-of-a-kind region? Remlinger, Kathryn A. 2632

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