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Works Cited

The sources for all individual History pages , and for individual entries on the History Timeline, are included here. At the end, there is a bibliography for further reading and exploration.

Works Cited:

  1. “History,” Pokagon Band of Potawatomi, Pokagon Band of Potawatomi,
  2. Miller, Devon. Settlers, “Bad Birds,” and the 1833 Treaty of Chicago. Michigan State University. 14 December 2010. 
  3. Albert, Dennis A., and Patrick J. Comer. Atlas of Early Michigan’s Forests, Grasslands, and Wetlands: An Interpretation of the 1816-1856 General Land Office Surveys. Michigan State University Press. 2008
  4. Cooper, James F. Oak Openings; or, the Bee Hunter. Burgess, Stringer and Co. 1848
  5. National Snow & Ice Data Center. “Glacier Landforms: Moraines.” All About Glaciers. 16 March 2020.
  6. “Great Lakes ecoregion.” National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 1 February 2019.
  7. 1827-1877 History of St. Joseph County, Michigan. L. H. Everts & Co. 1877. 
  8. “Early St. Joseph County History,” The History Museum, South Bend,
  9. “Mound Builders,” 8 May 2019.,the%20Gulf%20of%20Mexico%20region
  10. “Woodland Period 500 BC – AD 1100,” National Park Service. 10 April 2015.,1100%20in%20eastern%20North%20America.
  11. “Great Lakes History: A General View,” Milwaukee Public Museum.,Lawrence%20River
  12. Schaetzl, Randall J., GEO 333: Geography of Michigan and the Great Lakes Region. Michigan State University.
  13. “1640-1701 – Beaver Wars (French and Iroquois Wars) Force Relocation to Door County, Wisconsin,” Waséyabek. Waséyabek Development Company. 2021.
  14. Rindfleisch, Bryan. “Pontiac’s Rebellion,” Mount Vernon.,following%20the%20Seven%20Years%27%20War
  15. “1821 TREATY OF CHICAGO’S BICENTENNIAL,” Citizen Potawatomi Nation. 27 August 2021.
  16. “History of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi,” The Pokagon Fund.
  17. “Indian Removal Act: Primary Documents in American History,” Library of Congress.,many%20resisted%20the%20relocation%20policy
  18. “The Trail of Death,” The History Museum.
  19. “Station: Three Rivers Michigan,” Michigan Railroads.
  20. “Sheffield Velocipede Car Company,” Midcontinent, Mid-continent Railway Museum.,fashion%20(see%20illustration%20above)
  21. “The Great Migration (1910-1970),” African American Heritage, National Archives.,the%201910s%20until%20the%201970s
  22. “1918 Pandemic (H1N1 Virus),” Past pandemics. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.
  23. “Red Summer In Chicago: 100 Years After The Race Riots,” Code Switch. National Public Radio.
  24. “About the Abbey,” Saint Gregory’s Abbey.