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Pontiac ABANDONS His DIPLOMACY
45
CHIEF PONTIAC
47
Dark Days IN THE BESIEGED Town
51
DalzeLLS DISASTEREND OF THE SIEGE
56
NIGHT ATTACK ON THE SCHOONER Gladwin
58
AFTERMATH OF Pontiacs SIEGE
61
DEATH OF PONTIAC
64
War Clouds LOOM IN THE EAST
67
OLDFASHIONED PRACTICE IN RUTHLESSNESS
71
BUILDING OF FORT LERNOULT
75
PERSECUTION OF THE MORAVIANS
80
RECOVERY OF THE WESTERN TERRITORY
86
GEN ANTHONY WAYNE
87
DETROIT UNDER CANADIAN RULE
91
COURTHOUSE AT CHILLICOTHE
93
AMERICAN RULE BEGINS
97
DETROIT BECOMES AN INCORPORATED Town
103
STE ANNE STREET IN 1800
106
SEEKERS AFTER GREAT LAND GRANTS
111
ALL DETROIT DESTROYED BY FIRE
115
BEGINNING OF THE FIRE OF 1805
116
Reign OF THE GOVERNOR AND Judges
120
ORIGINAL PLAN OF DETROIT STREETS
123
DETROITs First BANK
125
TECUMSEH BECOMES A BRITISH ALLY
128
The War Of 1812 BEGINS
132
DETROIT RIVER FRONT IN 1812
136
DETROIT SURRENDERED TO THE BRITISH
138
MASSACRE AT FORT DEARBORN
146
PREPARATIONS FOR RECOVERING DETROIT
150
MASSACRE AT River Raisin
155
HOUSE OF FRANÇOIS NAVARRE RIVER Raisin
156
VICTIMS OF BARBAROUS WARFARE
161
THE BUILDING OF PERRYs SHIPS
166
OLIVER HAZARD PERRYS VICTORY
171
BATTLE OF LAKE ERIE
172
AMERICAN INVASION OF CANADA
179
BATTLE OF THE THAMES i
185
Gen WM HENRY HARRISON
190
FAMINE AND PESTILENCE IN DETROIT
195
DETROITs Last INDIAN MASSACRE
201
James ABBOTTs House
207
DETROIT BECOMES A CITY
210
DETROITS WHIPPING Post
220
MICHIGANs First UNIVERSITY
226
PAGE
228
STEAMBOAT WalkintheWater
234
WRECK OF THE WalkintheWater
243
A New Era BEGINS
245
MICHIGAN LAND TREATIES
249
BLOCKHOUSE JAIL ON JEFFERSON AVENUE
261
A DECADE OF MANY CHANGES
265
STE ANNEs CHURCH
267
444
272
500
273
EXPLORATIONSThe First STATE CAPITOL
275
Reservoir Foot OF ORLEANS STREET 1840
285
ADVENT OF STEVENS THOMSON Mason
294
EXECUTION OF STEVEN G SIMMONS SEPTEMBER 24 1830
299
COMMERCIAL AND CULTURAL PROGRESS
303
HARRIET MARTINEAU
307
Rev Martin KUNDIG
317
The John Brown House
323
STEVENS T Mason MONUMENT CAPITOL PARK
398
DETROITs PassioN FOR FUNERALS
407
DR DOUGLASS HOUGHTON
410
SALE OF Michigan RAILWAYS
413
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT ABOLISHEDADVENT OF THE TELE GRAPH
420
CRUDE CONVENIENCES OF Early Days
427
THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS
432
DETROIT FEMALE SEMINARY
438
EARLY DETROIT THEATERS
444
MICHIGANs Mormon COLONY
449
Novel LEGISLATIONANCIENT LANDMARKS
454
DETROITS EARLY GROWING PAINS
460
The RailwAY CONSPIRACYTOBACCO INDUSTRY
466
DEVELOPMENT OF THE STOVE INDUSTRY
472
Early HospITALS AND THE Y M C A
479
WATER SUPPLYThrough TRANSPORTATION TO THE East
486
Detroits First CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY
493
EVENTS OF THE 1850s
500
BIRTH OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
505
The Civil War
512
The FIRE IN THE REAR
523
123
527
AFTERMATH OF THE Civil
534
EVENTS OF THE 1860s
540
MEMORIAL DayHistoric CONFLAGRATIONS
545
BRIDGE AND TUNNEL PROPOSALS
557
TELEPHONESLIGHTINGPARKS AND BOULEVARDS
559
Belle Isle PARK AND THE GRAND BOULEVARD
566
Four NOTABLE DETROITERS
571
CHANGES IN LAKE NAVIGATION
577
HAZEN S PINGREE ELECTED MAYOR
585
BEGINNING OF THE PINGREE RÉGIME
590
CONTEST FOR REDUCED LIGHTING RATES
598
PROPOSALS FOR REFORMS IN TAXATION
609
The PingREE POTATO PATCHES
615
CONFLICT WITH STREET Railway COMPANY
621
MUNICIPAL STREET RailwAYSABOLITION OF Old Railway CHARTERS
631
THE SPANISHAMERICAN WAR
641
Salt DisCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT
658
97
661
REFRIGERATOR CARS AND THE PACKING INDUSTRY
664
Detroits POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS
667
Why PROHIBITION CARRIED IN MICHIGAN
677
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
681
EDUCATION IN DETROIT
684
103
688
Moving PICTURES AND NICKELODEONS
698
THE ERA OF BICYCLES AND AUTOMOBILES BEGINS
705
III
708
AUTOMOBILE HISTORYMADE IN DETROIT
712
THE BANKING POWER OF DETROIT
721
DETROIts CONTRIBUTION TO THE WORLD WAR
726
IN CONCLUSION
733
APPENDIX
738
INDEX
741
721
742
540
745
552
747
215
748
128
750
132
753
166
754
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