I Hope This Reaches You
An American Soldier’s Account of World War I
A medic’s account of life during World War I.
Detroit to Fort Sackville, 1778-1779
The Journal of Normand MacLeod
A chronicle of military man Normand MacLeod’s expedition to Detroit in the late 1700’s.
Images from the Arsenal of Democracy
A photographic history of the American automobile industry’s World War II defense production.
Father Abraham's Children
Michigan Episodes in the Civil War
Collects anecdotes, legends, stories, and reminiscences of Civil War veterans from a wide variety of written sources and personal interviews, in paperback for the first time.
"Old Slow Town"
Detroit during the Civil War
Details Detroit's tumultuous social, political, and military history during the Civil War.
Arsenal of Democracy
The American Automobile Industry in World War II
Examines the role of the American automobile industry in producing vehicles, weapons, and other war products during World War II.
Among the Enemy
A Michigan Soldier’s Civil War Journal
Collects the detailed and personal writings of a member of the First Michigan Engineers and Mechanics during the Civil War.
The Detroit River Region in the War of 1812
Explores interactions among the diverse inhabitants on the American and Canadian sides of the Detroit River who were bitterly divided by the War of 1812.
The Fall and Recapture of Detroit in the War of 1812
In Defense of William Hull
Details the first major U.S. setback in the War of 1812 and analyzes the background and aftermath of Hull’s surrender.
These Men Have Seen Hard Service
The First Michigan Sharpshooters in the Civil War
These Men Have Seen Hard Service recounts the fascinating history of one outstanding Michigan regiment during the Civil War.
"My Brave Mechanics"
The First Michigan Engineers and Their Civil War
An important and little-known chapter of Michigan’s Civil War history, drawn from the letters, diaries, and regimental records of the First Michigan Engineers and Mechanics regiment.
A Badger Boy in Blue
The Civil War Letters of Chauncey H. Cooke
The Civil War letters of a young Wisconsin soldier, previously published in the Wisconsin Magazine of History, 1920–1922, are made available for the first time to a wide audience.
"I Hope to Do My Country Service"
The Civil War Letters of John Bennitt, M.D., Surgeon, 19th Michigan Infantry
A revealing firsthand account of the Civil War as told through the letters of a Michigan regimental surgeon.
Michigan's Early Military Forces
A Roster and History of Troops Activated Prior to the American Civil War
The first extensive treatment of Michigan's early military forces, this book includes the names of all known Michiganians who answered the call to arms prior to the Civil War and explains the circumstances of each major conflict.
Pontiac and the Indian Uprising
Pontiac and the Indian Uprising is both informative and reflective of the attitudes that existed fifty years ago about Native Americans.
Custer and the Little Big Horn
A Psychobiographical Inquiry
In this book, Hofling turns his attention to the psychological context in which Custer operated in order to understand the decisions which produced his final disaster.
His Very Silence Speaks
Comanche—The Horse Who Survived Custer’s Last Stand
His Very Silence Speaks addresses larger issues such as the human relationship to animals and nature, cross-cultural differences in the ways animals are perceived, and the symbolic use of living and legendary animals in human cognition and communication.