Student Papers
ARCHIV-013

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Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives
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Student Papers
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ARCHIV-013
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Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives

Harden Learning Resources Center 126
1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette, Michigan, 49855
906-227-1225
archives@nmu.edu

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Collection Inventory

STUDENT PAPERS. Box 1 of 5 1996 - ongoing   1.0 box

Box
35-04-09 LRC

The Upper Peninsula Cultural Committee presents Michigan's Upper Peninsula Heritage Museum April 1997 

Waiting at the Straits: A Brief History of the Mackinac Bridge from Conception to Construction by Clarily Hensley 

Upper Peninsula Wild Cat by Dan Ballmen 

Suicide Bowl by Aubrey Smith 

The Modern Day Fur Trade by Adam Mattson 

The Strategies and Effectiveness of the Dickinson County Unemployment Relief Commission, Organized Prior to the New Deal by Nikki Sorola 

History of Belgian's on St. Nicholas Road by Eric VanDamme 

Big Bay, An Account of a Logging Town by Nicole Cain 

The early history of the Four Seasons Club at Miscauno Island: Why was it built at this location and whom did it serve? by John Eichhorn 

Prohibition in the Upper Peninsula, 1931-1933 by Brad Strassburger 

The Kingsford Ford Motor Plant and Its Effects on Education by Jaime Miller 

The History of Dog Sledding and the Upper Peninsula by Mike Stearnes 

Tourism and Recreation in Au Train, Michigan by Samuel Galvin 

Progressives on the Peninsula by Scott A Walraven 

The Plaques of Northern by Tracy Roberts 

Hurley-The Beginning by Keith Bailey 

U.P. Breweries y Erik Roberts 

Michigan's U.P. and World War II by Jeremiah Harrington 

VASA Lodges #163 and #196 Ishpeming, Michigan by Caralee Swanberg 

Ojibway, Michigan by Robert Kaikkonen 

The First Quarter of Northern Football 1904-1929 by Mark Peppin 

Family owned business of fishing in the U.P. 

Exploring the Missing Links of My Past by Daniel P. Truckey 

"Yooper" Snow Culture by Thomas R. Claflin 

The Lost Legacy of French Canadians in Marquette County by Matt Shock 

Saving Lake Gichi Gami by Shaun Carlin 

Upper Peninsula Folk History: John Voelker's Danny and the Boys: Being Some Legends of Hungry Hallow by Natalie Scheidler 

Civil Rights in the North: Protests and Reactions on Northern Michigan University's Campus by Nickolas Dupras 

The Effect of the Great Depression on Northern State Teacher's College on Administration, Appropriations, Curriculum and Students During 1933-1937 by James Langley 

African American Activism at Northern Michigan University: 1968-1970 by Adam Gray 

Gender Equity in Athletics: Title IX by Eric Burmeister 

CCI's Impact on Community Survival During the Depression by Heidi Tikkanen 

The History of Gwinn - The Development of a Model Town by Jeremy Suardini 

The Reintroduction of Moose to Michigan's Upper Peninsula: Can They Survive? by Justin Robar 

Black Student Activism by Lynn Baikie 

Marquette's Maritime Dilemmas: A Chronicle of the Development of the Main Harbors of Marquette in the 19th Century and Hardships Associated to Lake Superior by Peter Bidigare 

Pro-progress Environmentalists by Stephen James Aman 

Saving a School: A Look at the Effects of the Great Depression Upon Michigan's Northern State Teachers College and the Path Taken Towards Financial Recovery by John Lamneck 

1946 Marquette Miners Strike by Jon Kaminsky 

Marquette Women During World War II: Winning the War from the Home Front by Elizabeth Grbavcich 

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STUDENT PAPERS. Box 2 of 5 1996 - ongoing   4.0 boxes 

Conditions Governing Access note

NONE

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Box
35-04-10 LRC

A Fraternity of Fear - The Second Ku Klux Klan in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by Barbara Erickson 

Holy Family Orphanage by Sara Dewitt 

CCI Paper (no title) by Hall 

History of the Huron Mountain Club and the SO-SA-WA-GA-MING Club by Linnea R. Olson 

A History of Marquette Farms: Blemhuber, Emblagaard, Vandenboom and Bellevue Farms by Erin P. Vrtis 

115 E. Washington by Peter Bidigare 

Where to Eat? A History of NMU's Campus Eateries by Tom Suggitt 

Construction of Lee and Carey Hall by Melanie Jeam Conway 

Where Everybody Knows Your Name: The Alcohol Related Businesses of Presque Isle Avenue by Daniel McCollum 

A History of the Landmark Inn from 1930 to 1999 by Lucida Feller 

Marquette County--A Tourist Guide by Joseph LaMontaga 

A Journey through Rock, Michigan - reflections of culture, society, and ethic origins of the Rock area by Gilbert W. Larson interviewed by Mary Hund 

K.I. Sawyer Support Groups Trying To Prevent Sawyer AFB From Closure: Strategic Location For The Safety And Security Of The United States At Stake by Elisa Anderson 

Campus Protest Movements: A Brief History and Comparison of Northern Michigan and The United States by Jeanne M. Lyle 

Independent Unions and the Big, Mining Companies of West Iron County, Michigan by Joey Schober 

Prostitution's Tolerance in Marquette County During the Late 19th Century by Katie Allen 

German Prisoner's of War in the Upper Peninsula: Their Life and Treatment by the Camp Authorities and the Local Populace by Justin A. Hoffman 

Christianizing the Indian by Nick Mauthe 

The Upper Peninsula and the DSSandA Connected through Prosperity by Brian Reickert 

Upper Peninsula Statehood: A Concern of Economy by Kurt Nason 

The Finnish Americans in the Upper Peninsula by Jennifer Pierce 

The Historical and Cultural Significance of Fiction in the U.P. by Matt Shock 

Paternalism in the Copper Country by Adam Justice 

Prohibition in Marquette County by Tania Phillips 

The Forgotten Turning Point in Marquette's History Marquette's Fire 1869 by Kate Ryan 

The Early 20th Century Miners in the Upper Peninsula: A Social History by Justin Gelsinger 

The Bay de Noc Lure Company Success in Marketing by Justin Cowen 

Kaye Hall - The Symbol that was Northern by Kevin Von Qualen 

Race Relations at Northern Michigan University - An Analysis of the Environmental Factors Surrounding the Civil Rights Protests of 1969-1970 by Kari Stromberg 

Northern Michigan University: A Study of the Economic Impact on the Marquette Community by Katie Fuchs 

The Effects of the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Progress Administration on Upper Peninsula's Seney Wildlife Refuge by Jason Barry 

K.I. Sawyer AFB: History and Daily Life by James Toupalik 

Men Building Forests, Forests Building Men: A Look at the Works of the Civilian Conservation Corps in Michigan's Upper Peninsula by Meaghan Shedd 

Was It Worth It? The Story of the Italian Hall Disaster and the Mining Strike of 1913 in Calumet, Michigan by Jennifer A. Maksimchuck 

Holy Family Orphan's Home: The Programs that Shaped Its Existence and Forced Its Closing by Sara Weiss 

Aspects of the Rise and Fall of Potato Farming in Houghton County by A.J. Mikus 

German Immigrants' Influence on the Growth and Development of Marquette County in the Late Nineteenth Century by Kristin Hirn 

Sturdy Shoulders: Working Women-World War II by Jason Kent 

Escanaba, Iron Port of the World by Jennifer Truitt 

Carnival History in the Upper Peninsula by Matt Hampton 

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STUDENT PAPERS. Box 3 of 5 1996 - ongoing   4.0 boxes 

Conditions Governing Access note

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Box
35-04-11 LRC

History Northern Michigan University Women's Track and Field by Danielle Stein 

Bishop Frederic Baraga and Reverend John H. Pitezel: The Men, Their Missions, and Their Legacies by James E. Seelye, Jr. 

The Environment and the Civilian Conservation Core by Derek Kohl 

Historiography of the Conservation Movement by Derek Kohl 

The History of Phi Alpha Theta's Omicron-Mu Chapter by Elisabeth J. Mowen 

The Development of Iron Mountain, Michigan's North Side: Italian Immigrants and Their Community, Culture, and Businesses by Molly Pellegrini 

Priscilla: The Life of a Young Woman in the Early 1900's by Monique Otradovec 

The Culture of Underground Mining Michigan's Upper Peninsula by Justin Noyle 

College Life at Northern during World War II by Jake Berlinski 

Chicago vs. Ishpeming: What Prohibition Was Like in the Upper Peninsula by Danielle Dubey 

The Establishment of the USWA on the Marquette Iron Range by Ryan Kuntz 

Similar Correspondence: Soldiers from the Peninsula of Michigan and their Correspondence during World War II by Christian Reese 

Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company: Their Involvement and Contributions to the Logging Industry of the Upper Peninsula by Lukas Maulding 

The Legal Effects of the Volstead Act on the Upper Peninsula by Eric Duchaj 

Cornish Mining in the Upper Peninsula: 1900-1910 Why Did They Stay? by Andrew Fringe 

UP Women of WWII by Dustin Harry 

Marquette County's Rejection of Prostitution Between 1880 and 1890 by Megan Keller 

Post-Prohibition Ethnic Cohesion in Ishpeming and Surrounding Areas during the Great Depression by Andrew White 

The Women of Northern State Normal School in the 1920's by Mary Cummiskey 

The Inadequacies of the Educational Program of the Civilian Conservation Corps: 1933-1942 by Tom Christesen 

My economic impact of the 1880's Women in Marquette and other Women of America by Norman Anderson 

The Finnish Immigration to the Upper Peninsula during the late 19th and early 20th centuries by Jeanette Graves 

A Study of World War Two's Effect on Student and Campus Life at Northen Michigan University by James Streeter 

Study life at Northern Michigan University during the World Wars by Brad Beaudry 

Enteraining the Depressed: Entertainment in Marquette during the Great Depression by Jeremy Brown 

K.I. Sawyer Conversion and Development: Crime Trends of 2003-2005 by Mary J. Rosten 

The Civilian Conservation Corps: Pulling Michigan out of the Depression by Tim Veirs 

Prostitution in 1890's Upper Peninsula: A Comparison of Iron Mountain and Marquette, Michigan by Sarah Rousseau 

The 1918-1919 Pandemic and its effects on Marquette County by Monique Otradovec 

USOEC Established by Justin Lester 

Hollywood and Small Town Life: How News Was Presented and the Excitement it Created by Samantha J. Gray 

What Caused the Iron Mining Strike of 1946? by Darin Goke 

The McClellan Controversy by Howard Voght 

The Economic Effects of the Great Depression on the Health Care of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan from 1933-1940 by Meredith M. Sielke 

Entertainment Interests in Early 1900's Marquette by Jake La Jeunesse 

The War for Calumet by Michael D. Martin 

Community Response to the 1973 Lawsuit Against CCI by Mike Sutton 

The Growth and Commercialization of the Cleveland Cliffs Land Department 1900-1920 by Jacob Curby 

Boom, Bust and Destruction: Logging and the Diamond Match Company in Ontonagon, Michigan by Troy Jarvi 

College to University: Northern's Impact on Marquette by Claire Knoche 

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STUDENT PAPERS. Box 4 of 5 1996 - ongoing   4.0 boxes 

Conditions Governing Access note

NONE

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Box
35-04-12 LRC

Under Watchful Eyes: The Marquette Life-Saving Station by Katelyn Weber 

Bust, Boom, or Just Plain Busy? The Effects of Economy on Iron Mining in Michigan's Central Upper Peninsula from the Depression to WWII by Rebecca Shearier 

Cornish immigrants in Marquette County: 1900-1910 by Joelle Johns 

The Forgotten Man: A Look Marquette's Poor and Middle Class Community during the Great Depression by Chris Broughton 

"It's a Strike": Cleveland Cliffs and the 1890 Iron Strike by Crystal Laudeman 

One-Hundred-and-Four Days: The Marquette Range Iron Mining Strike, February 7 - May 21, 1946 By Eileen Rieman-Schaut 

German Immigrants Marquette County Turn of the Century by Marilyn Gorski 1983 

The Story of Tri Mu: A Brief History of a Local Fraternity at Northern by Bryan Patrick Hodge 1993 

The Finish Exodus to the Soviet Unon, 1930-1934 by Allison Carlton, April 21, 2009 

The Development of Iron Mountain, Michigan's North Side Haitian Immigrants and their Community, Culture, and Business, by Molly Pellegrini 

Alcoholism: The Development of Alcoholics Anonymous and Treatment Centers in the Upper Peninsula Region During the 1960s and through the 1980s by Darcy Johnston 

Similar Correspondence: Soldiers from the Peninsula of Michigan and Their Correspondence During World War II by Christian Reese 

Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company: Their Involvement and Contributions to the Logging Industry of the Upper Peninsula by Lukas Maulding 

The Culture of Underground Mining in Michigan's Upper Peninsula by Justin Noyle 

The Establishment of the United Steal Workers of American (USWA) on the Marquette Iron Range by Ryan Kuntz 

Marquette County's Rejection of Prostitution Between 1850 and 1890 by Megan Keller 

Cornish Mining in the Upper Peninsula: 1900-1910 by Andrew Fringer 

The Legal Effects of the Volstead Act on the Upper Peninsula by Eric Duchaj 

Chicago vs. Ishpeming: What Prostitution was like in the Upper Peninsula by Danielle Dubey 

The Women of Northern State Normal School in the 1920s by Mary Cummiskey 

College Life at Northern during World War II by Jake Berlinski 

Thrift, Economizing, and Conservation: Not that Different from Recycling by Stephanie Heikell 

Thoughts and Feelings of World War II Soldiers as Described through their Memories by Russell Olds 

The Growth of Northern Michigan University During Edgar L. Harden's Presidency, 1956-1967 

Birth of Orginization: Ishpeming's Ski Sport by Mikal Grunderson 

Aliens in a Foreign Land: A Study of Cultural Assimilation of Finnish Immigrants in Michigan's Upper Peninsula by Joshua R. Pikka 

Iron Ore from Marquette Area During World War II by Walter Hanson 

The Revision of the Common Learning Program and the Start of the Liberal Studies Program at Northern Michigan University by Wlater Dowling 

First Generation Finns: Growing Up in Grand Marais, Michigan, 1900-1925 by Craig J. Aho 

Northern Michigan University: A Study of theEconomic Impact on the Marquette Community by Kattie Fuchs 

The Destruction of the Native American Community: The General Allotment Act of 1887 by Daniel Sloat 

Ojibwe and Cherokee Removal: A Comparison by Paul Chalup 

Uncovering Our Past, Preparing for the Future: The History of African Americans at NMU by Markisha Smith 

A 1904 History of West Washington and South Front Street in Downtown Marquette by Andrew Rodgers 

Old Negaunee: Forgotten History of the Cave-In Grounds by Kim Johnson 

A History of the Publications of Northern Michigan University by Nancy Bland 

St. Michael's Parish by Carissa Cardenas 

A Study of Early Finnish Immigrants in Marquette County, Michigan by Chad Outinen 

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STUDENT PAPERS. Box 5 of 5 

Box
35-06-33

A Field Experience: Michigan Iron Industry Museum by Kenneth M. McNaughton, Summer 1990 

Henry Cleary and the Motorized Lifeboat by Matthew L. Gougeon, 10 Dec 2003 

An Oral History: A Conversation with Kay Holman by Dan Bussiere, 6 Nov 2002 

Mining's Contribution to Employment in Michigan's Upper Peninsula:1983-2002 by Kathryn Mueller, no date 

A History of Michigans Arabic Communities by Eugene Hoffman, Dec 1994 

The Lake Superior Frontier: Marquette 1849-1860 by Shirley Peano, 4 Jun 1969 

Nursing in the Upper Peninsula (includes 35mm slides) 

Local Agency and Individual Initiative in the Evolution of the Holocaust: The Case of Heinrich Himmler by Tanya Pazdernik (March 25, 2013) 

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