Call Me Michigan

Author: Sam Destiny
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781534708068
Size: 14.45 MB
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For the last ten years Taylor Collins hasn't allowed herself to look back. Now she's forced to return to a town full of ghosts, a farm she doesn't want, and a country boy she never forgot. With her life spinning out of control, Taylor has no time for flirting - or love. Mason Stiles loves his family, his farm, and his job, but he's still regretting the one that got away. That is, until Taylor arrives back in town. When he sees her again, he realizes that maybe a friend is all she needs. Sometimes a Stetson and a pair of cowboy boots can fix the world - but is it enough to grant Taylor and Mason a second chance at love?

Tales From Michigan Stadium

Author: Jim Brandstatter
Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
ISBN: 9781596700154
Size: 58.54 MB
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Here's a book that takes readers behind the scenes for some of the greatest moments in University of Michigan football history. From "Kip" Taylor, who scored the first touchdown at Michigan Stadium in the late 1920s, to Lloyd Carr, the Wolverines? current head coach, Michigan fans will be offered details of the stories they?ve heard about for years...and some that they have never heard. Players who knew Yost, Oosterbaan, Crisler, Elliott, and Schembechler tell their stories in Tales from Michigan Stadium about practice, famous plays, and games from one of the most tradition-rich football programs in collegiate history.

The Michigan Alumnus

Publisher: UM Libraries
Size: 40.95 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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In v.1-8 the final number consists of the Commencement annual.

Mi Taku Ye Oyasin

Author: Barbara Nixon
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465364242
Size: 14.42 MB
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Author Barbara Nixon, along with her co-author Marlette Thunder Horse, tells the world of the plight of the Native Americans, particularly of those in Wounded Knee, South Dakota. MiTakuye-Oyasin (The Native American Holocaust) Volumes 1 & 2. The stories contained within the books pages are true. They are actual depictions of facts and known instances that are either documented in history or of current events, some having made it to the news. This compilation of letters, historical facts, personal knowledge, and eyewitness accounts have been placed together to construct a full and extensive written and pictorial analysis of how the Native American Indian has been slated for extinction, cunningly by their own hands, divided and conquered cleverly orchestrated by the United States federal government.

The Law School Buzz Book

Author: Carolyn C. Wise
Publisher: Vault Inc.
ISBN: 1581314248
Size: 79.78 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Most law school guides offer school-reported stats to admission rates, average test scores, etc. No publisher understands insider information like Vault--now Vault brings this expertise to law schools. Unlike other law school resources, Vault's guide includes insider information about employment and admissions.

Kalamazoo And Southwest Michigan

Author: Lee Griffin
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439613265
Size: 48.59 MB
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In Kalamazoo and Southwest Michigan: Golden Memories, author Lee Griffin illustrates the importance of cultivating the memories of generations past, and looking positively toward the future as one grows older. The book contains the voices of prominent community members who reside in Kalamazoo and the surrounding areas, including Portage, Richland, Gull Lake, Galesburg, Augusta, Hickory Corners, Lawton, Allegan, and Marshall. Their contributions to the region's growth are varied, from a local mailman to a former college president. These extraordinary citizens are representative of men and women everywhere, and whose recollections span the globe. Included in these extensive interviews are first-hand accounts of the flu epidemic of 1912 and its effects on the Kalamazoo area, vivid memories of an African-American boy growing up on a plantation, and the moving story of a man‚s emigration from China and his test of bravery as he made his way to Kalamazoo, where he became a distinguished staff member of Kalamazoo College.

Central Michigan University

Author: Jack R. Westbrook
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439618747
Size: 47.33 MB
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From a humble 1892 beginning upstairs over a downtown store in the village of Mount Pleasant to the fourth-largest university in the state, Central Michigan University's growth is tribute to the determination of visionaries who saw the Lower Michigan crossroads town as a potential home to a world-class learning center. First a private enterprise, then a state school, Central Michigan Normal School and Business College, the school would change names four more times to be known as Central State Teachers College, Central Michigan College of Education, Central Michigan College, and Central Michigan University on the road to making its founder's 19th-century dreams a 21st-century reality. With a total enrollment of 27,452, Central Michigan University offers a broad selection of more than 3,000 courses and 25 degrees.

Copts In Michigan

Author: Eliot Dickinson
Publisher: MSU Press
ISBN: 0870139096
Size: 74.24 MB
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The Copts, or Egyptian Christians, are a relatively small and tight-knit ethno-religious group, numbering perhaps three thousand people and living mostly in the Detroit metropolitan area. Since they began immigrating to Michigan in the mid-1960s, their community has grown exponentially. Granted exceptional access to the Coptic community, Eliot Dickinson provides the first in- depth profile of this unique and remarkably successful immigrant group. Drawing on personal interviews to infuse the book with warmth and depth. Copts in Michigan offers readers a compelling view into this vibrant community.