A Century of Humanitarianism
The history of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee from its origins in 1914 through its first century.
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Traditional Knowledge for Northern Community Well-being
Collaboration between traditional knowledge and Western bio-medicine aims to improve health care in Northern communities.
For young readers, an illustrated true story about the women workers of World War II.
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Sailing the Great Lakes
White Squall is a history of the lakes written by those who knew them best in all weather and all eras from the beginning to the present.
Marie Rose Delorme Smith and Isabella Clark Hardisty Lougheed
Two remarkable Metis women’s lives during the prairie west’s transition from the fur trade.
Volume 2, The Germanic Period
The second volume of this seminal work on American Jewry covers the period from 1841 to 1860.
Volume 3, The Germanic Period, Part 2
The third volume covers the period from 1860 to 1920, beginning with the Jews, slavery, and the Civil War, and concluding with the rise of Reform Judaism.
Volume 4, The East European Period, The Emergence of the American Jew Epilogue
In the final volume of this set, Marcus deals with the coming and challenge of the East European Jews from 1852 to 1920.
The American Jewish Community and Germany Since 1945
Addresses the complex relationships between American Jews and Germany over the fifty years following the end of World War II.
A History of the Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit
Seasons of Grace is a history of the catholic Church and community in southern lower Michigan from the 1830s through the 1950s.
The Jews of Bulgaria and Israel
From Sophia to Jaffa chronicles the fascinating saga of a population relocated.
Comprehensive history of Jewish immigration, segregation, and integration; of Jewry’s cultural exclusiveness and assimilation; of its internal division and indivisible unity; and of its role in the making of America.
"Expanding the Frontiers of Civil Rights" documents an important shift in state level policy to make clear that civil rights in Michigan embraced all people.
United States Policy Toward Jewish Refugees, 1938-1945
A comprehensive analysis on the United States policy toward Jewish refugees during World War II.
Images of the Jews in England 1290-1700
A study of the persistence of anti-Semitic stereotypes for 400 years in a society almost completely devoid of a Jewish population.
A Brief History of Detroit
All Our Yesterdays traces Detroit's history from its earliest settlement into the 1960s.
Sándor Agócs presents an intellectual and social history of the nascent Italian labor movement, exploring the conflicts between the conservative Catholic hierarchy and Catholic activists.
The Players Club, 1910-2005
Detroit on Stage traces the extraordinary history of Detroit’s The Players Club from its beginnings in 1910 until present.
Historic Postcards from the Motor City
A pictorial history of Detroit through postcards.
Origins, Impacts, Legacies
Examines relationships between black and white Detroit residents through the lens of 1967, fifty years later.