13 edition of History of the University of Michigan found in the catalog.
|Statement||by the late Burke A. Hinsdale; with biographical sketches of regents and members of the University Senate from 1837 to 1906, edited by Isaac N. Demmon.|
|Contributions||Demmon, Isaac Newton, 1842-1920, ed.|
|LC Classifications||LD3278 .H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 376 p.|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||06042933|
University of Michigan history professor Kevin Gaines gave a lecture on the music of the civil rights and black power movement. Several song clips were featured during the class as well as slides. November 7, Resistance Methods of Women in Slavery. Virginia Tech history professor Beverly Bunch-Lyons discussed women in slavery, and their Author: Erik Ponder. Elizabeth Martha Farrand (Ma – Aug ) was an author and wrote the second book-length history of the University of Michigan and the one that was most frequently cited thereafter, History of The University of Michigan, in Prior to that she served as Assistant Librarian at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, from until .
It is not easy to write, with entire impartiality, the history of an institution in which one has been, for any considerable time, a personal actor. The writer has been connected, in various relations, for thirty years with the Michigan State Normal School. He has known pretty intimately all the Principals of the school, and has taught with all these except Principal : Daniel Putnam. The University of Michigan was one of the first public universities established in the U.S. in It originally was stationed in Detroit, but 20 years later, the university was moved to its current spot in Ann Arbor – which, at the time, featured a population of 2, to go with a bank, two churches and four : Josh Katzowitz.
Illustration: Tourist Map of Michigan, , by J. H. Young (Courtesy of the Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan) Don Faber is best known as the former editor of the Ann Arbor News. He also served on the staff of the Michigan Constitutional Convention, won a Ford Foundation Fellowship to work in the Michigan Senate, and was a. The Sports History website celebrates the uniquely rich history of Spartan athletics, from the early competitions in s student-run field days and the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association, to the rise of Michigan State University as a football national powerhouse in the mid-Twentieth century, the Big Ten era and the ultimate consolidation of MSU athletics as a world class .
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Ben Weinstein () is now Teaching Fellow in Modern British History at the University of Edinburgh. The text of WOLVERINE: A Photographic History of Michigan Football, Vol. 1, is the work of noted author Mike Rosenbaum, a University of Michigan graduate currently completing a book on the history of University of Michigan basketball.
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