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PART 1. BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND FINDING AIDS -  Back to:  Top | Cross Index

Alward, Dennis and Pierce, Charles S., compilers. Index to the Local and Special Acts of the State of Michigan, 1803-1927. Lansing MI: State of Michigan, 1928.

 

Andresen, John. Index to the Canadian National Railways Record of Archival Deposits. Montreal: Canadian National Railways, 1965.

 

Barnett, LeRoy. Bibliography of Michigan Railroads. Ann Arbor: Historical Society of Michigan, 1983.

---- Railroads in Michigan: A Catalog of Company Publications, 1836-1980. Marquette MI: Northern Michigan Univ. Press, 1986.

 

Bryant, Keith L., editor. Railroads in the Age of Regulation, 1900-1980. New York: Facts on File, 1988.

 

Bullard, Thomas R. Street, Interurban and Rapid Transit Railways of the United States: A Selective Historical Bibliography. Forty Fort PA: Harold E. Cox, 1984.

 

Degowski, Gregory. "Michigan Railroad History Bibliography." Royal Oak MI: Bluewater Chapter, National Railway Hist. Socy., 1988.

 

Dow, Andrew.  Dow’s Dictionary of Railway Quotations.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.

 

Feltner, Charles E. and Baron, Jeri. Great Lakes Maritime History: Bibliography and Sources of Information. Dearborn MI: Seejay, 1982.

 

Frey, Robert L., editor. Rails in the Nineteenth Century. New York: Facts on File, 18?.

 

Gilda, Martinello. "Canadian National's Dechief Library at Montreal." Railfan and Railroad, 6:9 (Sept. 1986), pp. 39-40.

 

Hansen, Holly T., compiler. The Directory of North American Railroads, Associations, Societies, Archives, Libraries, Museums and Their Collections. Croyden UT: H T Holly Research Services, 1999.

 

Hathaway, Richard. Dissertations and Theses in Michigan History. Lansing: Michigan Dept. of State, 1974.

 

Karamanski, Theodore J.  Deep Woods Frontier: A History of Logging in Northern Michigan.  Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1989.  (Railroads and logging in U. P.)

 

Michigan Historical Collections. Penn Central Transportation Co. Ann Arbor: Bentley Historical Library, 1986-87. (Finding aid)

 

Middleton, William D., Smerk, George M., and Diehl, Roberta L.  Encyclopedia of North American Railroads.  Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2007.

 

Milhaupt, Fritz. Pere Marquette Railway: HO Modeler's Reference Guide and PM Railway Bibliography. Ann Arbor MI: author, 1995.

 

Morrison, Paul Cross. Geographer's Mirror of Michigan: A Bibliography of Professional Writings. East Lansing MI: Michigan State Univ., 1964.

 

National Archives and Records Administration. Pfeifer, David, compiler. Records Relating to North American Railroads: Reference Information Paper #91. Washington, 2001?

 

Preliminary Checklist of Michigan Imprints. Detroit: Michigan Historical Record Project, Work Projects Administration, 1942. Reprint, New York: Kraus Reprint, 1964.

 

Streeter, Floyd Benjamin. Michigan Bibliography. 2 vols. Lansing MI: Mich. Historical Comm., 1921.

 

Taber, Thomas T. III, compiler. Guide to Railroad Historical Resources United States and Canada. Muncy PA: author, 1993. 4 volumes.

 

Taber, Thomas T. III. Railroad Periodical Index 1831-1999: Eighty Periodicals Containing Steam, Electric, and Industrial Railroad Material. Muncy PA: author, 2001.

 

Thompson, Thomas Richard. "Check List of Publications on American Railroads Before 1841." Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 45 (1945), pp. 3-68, 533-584, 859-940; 46 (1942?), pp. 865-909.

 

Trap, Paul. Lake Michigan Car Ferries: Bibliography and Roster. Holland MI: author, 1998.

 

Zito, Anthony, compiler. A Guide to the Historical Collections of Michigan State University. East Lansing MI: Michigan State Univ. Press, 1969.

 

 


PART 2. RAILROAD REFERENCES IN GENERAL STUDIES -  Back to:  Top | Cross Index

Babst, Earl D. and Vander Velde, Lewis G. Michigan and the Cleveland Era. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1948. (Biographies)

Baxter, Albert. History of City of Grand Rapids. New York, 1891.

Benedict, C. Harry. Red Metal: The Calumet and Hecla Story. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1952.

Biographical Directory of the Railway Officials of America. N. place: Railway Age, 1885.

Blois, John T. 1838 Gazeteer of the State of Michigan. Detroit: Sydney L. Rood, 1838; repr. Knightstown IN: The Bookmark, 1979.

Borntrager, Karl A. Keeping the Railroads Running: Fifty Years on the New York Central. New York: Hastings House, 1974.

Bryan, Ford. R. Beyond the Model T: The Other Ventures of Henry Ford. Detroit: Wayne State Univ. Press, 1991.

Buley, R. Carlyle. The Old Northwest. 2 vols. Bloomington IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1951.

Bush, George. Future Builders: The Story of Michigan's Consumers Power Company. New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1973.

Carpenter, Richard C.  A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946, vol. 3: Indiana, Lower Michigan, and Ohio.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.

Conot, Robert. American Odyssey. New York: Morrow, 1974. (Detroit, Mich. Central)

Dodge, Roy L. Michigan Ghost Towns. Several printings, several publishers, 2 or 3 volumes.

Farmer, Silas. History of Detroit and Wayne County and Early Michigan. Detroit: author, 3rd ed., 1890; repr. Detroit: Gale Research, 1969.

Fields, Richard A. Range of Opportunity: A Historic Study of the Copper Range Company. Hancock: Quincy Mine Hoist Assn., 1997.  (www.quincymine.com)

Fuller, George N. Michigan: A Centennial History of the State and Its People. 2 vols. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1939.

Griswold, Wesley S. Train Wreck! Brattleboro VT: Stephen Greene Press, 1969.

Grodinsky, Julius. Jay Gould: His Business Career, 1867-1892. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1957.

Harwood, Herbert H., Jr.  Invisible Giants: The Empires of Cleveland's Van Sweringen Brothers.  Bloomington, Ind.,: Indiana Univ. Press, 2003

Hilton, George W.  Lake Michigan Passenger Steamers. Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, 2002.

Hyde, Charles K., dir. The Lower Peninsula of Michigan: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites. Washington: U. S. Dept. of Interior, 1976.

---- The Upper Peninsula of Michigan: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites. Washington: U. S. Dept. of Interior, 1978.

Karamanski, Theodore J.  Deep Woods Frontier: A History of Logging in Northern Michigan.  Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1989.  (Railroads and logging in U. P.)

Kay, John L. and MacDonald, Fred. Rail Travel Guide: Updated Agent and RPO Routes Listed by State and Railroad With Route Numbers, Directions, and Maps. Holmdel NJ: Mobile Post Office Society, n. d. (Railway Post Office service)

Krieger, Michael. Where Rails Meet the Sea. New York: Metrobooks, 1998.

Lane, Wheaton J.  Commodore Vanderbilt: An Epic of the Steam Age.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1942.

Lankton, Larry D. and Hyde, Charles K. The Old Reliable: An Illustrated History of the Quincy Mining Company. Hancock MI: Quincy Mine Hoist Assn., 1982.

Lyons, David O.  The Kalamazoo Automobilist.  Kalamazoo: New Issues Press, 2002.  (Kal. Ry. Supply Co.)

Maybee, Rolland H. Michigan's White Pine Era. Lansing: Michigan Dept. of State, 1976.

McGrane, Reginald. Foreign Bondholders and American State Debts. New York: MacMillan, 1935.

McMacken, David.  Built on Pine: The Story of Ammi Willard Wright.  Alma: Alma Public Library, 2004.

Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections. 42 vols., 1872-1915. Shown as M.P.H.C. hereunder. Citations shown under serials.

Miller, Herman L.  Lewiston in the Lumbering Era. Lewiston: author, 2003. (Logging)

Potter, Janet Greenstein. Great American Railroad Stations. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1996.

Renehan, Edward J., Jr.  Dark Genius of Wall Street: The Misunderstood Life of Jay Gould, King of the Robber Barons.  New York: Basic Books, 2005.

----  Commodore: The Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt.  New York: Basic Books, 2007.

Romig, Walter. Michigan Place Names. Grosse Pointe MI: author, n.d.; repr. Detroit: Wayne State University, 1986.

Russell, Charles. Railroad Melons, Rates, and Wages: A Handbook on Railroad Information. Chicago: Charles Kerr, 1922.

Sanders, Craig.  Amtrak in the Heartland.  Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2006.

Saunders, Richard, Jr.  Merging Lines: American Railroads, 1900-1970.  DeKalb, Ill.:  Northern Illinois Univ. Press, 2001.

----  Main Lines: Rebirth of the North American Railroads, 1970-2002.  DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois Univ. Press, 2003.

Schwieterman, Joseph P. When the Railroad Leaves Town, Eastern United States. Kirksville MO: Truman State Univ. Press, 2001.

Scott, William A. The Repudiation of State Debts: A Study in the Financial History of Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Minnesota, Michigan, and Virginia. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1893.

Simons, Richard S. and Parker, Francis H. The Railroads of Indiana. Bloomington IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1997.

Stokes, David M. "Railroads Blue & Gray: Rail Transport in the Civil War, 1861-1865: A Bibliography." Railway History Bulletin, pp. 4-39.

Stover, John F. American Railroads. 2nd ed. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1997.

Tanner, Henry S. A Description of the Canals and Railroads of the United States Comprehending Notices of all the Works of Internal Improvements Throughout the Several States. 1870. Repr. New York: Augusta M. Kelley, 1970.

Veenendaal, Augustus J., Jr. Slow Train to Paradise: How Dutch Investment Helped Build American Railroads. Stanford CA: Stanford University Press, 1996.

VonGerstner, Franz Anton. Early American Railroads. Ed. Frederick C. Gamst, translator David J. Diephouse and John C. Decker. Stanford CA: Stanford Univ. Press, 1997.

Waggoner, Clark, ed. History of the City of Toledo and Lucas County, Ohio. New York and Toledo: n. p., 1888. (Erie & Kalamazoo; Mich. Southern)

White, John H., Jr. The American Railroad Passenger Car.

---- The American Railroad Freight Car: From the Wood-Car Era to the Coming of Steel. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1993.

 

White, John H., Jr.  “A History of the Railroad Hand Car.”  Railroad History 127 (October 1972), 65-95.  (Sheffield, Kalamazoo Ry. Supply)

----  “A Short History of American Locomotive Builders in the Steam Era.”  Railroad History 197 (Fall 2007), 8-116.

Wilner, Frank N. The Amtrak Story. Omaha NE: Simmons-Boardman, 1994.

Wing, Talcott E. and Charles P. History of Monroe County, Michigan. New York, n. p., 1890.

Comment. Most general state histories and county histories have some references to railroads drawn mostly from secondary sources.

 


PART 3. BOOKS -  Back to:  Top | Cross Index

Abbey, Wallace W. The Little Jewel. Pueblo CO: Pinon, 1984. (SOO Line)

 

Bagley, Les.  Michigan State Ferries.  Mount Pleasant, S. C.: Arcadia Publishing, 2007.  (Straits of Mackinac auto ferries)

 

[Baker, Hollis]. A Brief History and Description of the Boyne City Railroad Company, formerly the Boyne City, Gaylord and Alpena R.R., formerly the Boyne City and Southeastern R.R. [Grand Rapids MI, n. p., 1977.]

 

Biographical Publishing Co. Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway System and Representative Employees. Philadelphia: n. p., 1900.

 

Bradley, George K. Northern Indiana Railway. Chicago: Central Electric Railfans' Assn., 1998. (Southern Michigan, interurban).

 

Brown, Dr. James.  A History of the Cincinnati Northern.  Cataract, Wisc.: Little Falls Press, 2003.

 

Brown, Grant, Jr.  Ninety Years Crossing Lake Michigan: The History of the Ann Arbor Car Ferries.  Ann: University of Michigan Press, 2008.

 

Burch, N. H. and Hamilton, J. H. O. Burch & Hamilton's Gazeteer of the Detroit & Milwaukee and Flint & Pere Marquette Railroads, 1870-1871. Detroit:

Tribune Book and Job Office, 1871?

 

Burgess, George H. and Kennedy, Miles C. Centennial History of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Philadelphia, n. p., 1949.

 

Burgtorf, Frances D. Chief Wawatam: The Story of a Hand-Bomber. Cheboygan MI: author, 1976. (Mackinac Transit Co. car ferry)

 

Burkhardt, D. C. Jesse.  Images of Rail – the Ann Arbor Railroad.  Mount Pleasant, S. C.: Arcadia Publishing, 2005.

 

Carpenter, Richard C.  A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946.  Vol. 3, Indiana, Lower Michigan, and Ohio.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.

 

Casey, Robert J. and Douglas, W. A. S. Pioneer Railroad. New York: Whittlesey House, 1948. (Chicago & North Western)

 

Ceasar, Ford Stevens. The Great Northern Ghost. Lansing: Wellman, 1980 (Lansing-St. Johns interurban)

---- The Lamp Road: A History of the Lansing, Alma, Mt. Pleasant & Northern Railroad. Lansing: Rapid Printing, 1974.

 

Convis, Orville. Railroad Rumors. Battle Creek MI: author, 1997. (Battle Creek newspaper items, 1884-1885)

 

Cook, Richard J., Sr. New York Central's Mercury. Lynchburg VA: TLC Publishing, 1991.

 

Cupper, Dan, ed. The Pennsylvania Railroad: Its Place in History 1846-1996. Wayne PA: Philadelphia Chap., Pennsylvania RR. Technical & Historical Socy., 1996.

 

Currie, A. W. The Grand Trunk Railway of Canada. Toronto: Univ. of Toronto, 1957.

 

Derleth, August. The Milwaukee Road. New York: Creative Age, 1947?.

 

Dickens, Laurie C. Wreck on the Wabash. Blissfield MI: Made for Ewe, 2001.

 

Dixon, Thomas W., Jr.  Chesapeake & Ohio’s Pere Marquettes.  St. Paul, Minn.: MBI Publishing, 2005.

 

Dixon, Thomas W., Jr. and Million, Art. Pere Marquette Power. Alderson WV: C&O Historical Society, 1984.

 

Dobnick, Otto P. and Glischinski, Steve.  Wisconsin Central: Railroad Success Story. Waukesha WI: Kalmbach, 1997.

 

Dobson, Robert D.  The Railroad that Never Ran.  Negaunee, Mich.: Dobson Publications, 2004. (Iron Range & Huron Bay)

----  The Plank Road and the First Railroad: 1845-1857.  Negaunee, Mich.: Dobson Publications, 2008.  (predecessor of Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic)

 

Dorin, Patrick. The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad. Burbank CA: Superior, 1981.

---- The Grand Trunk Western Railroad. Seattle: Pruett, 1977.

---- The Lake Superior Iron Ore Railroads. Seattle: Superior, 1989.

---- The Soo Line. Seattle: Superior, 1978.

 

Doughty, Geoffrey H.

---- Michigan Central Trackside with Emery Gulash. Scotch Plains NJ: Morning Sun Books, 2001.

---- New York Central and the Trains of the Future. Lynchburg VA: TLC Publishing, 1997.

 

Dunbar, Willis F. All Aboard! A History of Railroads in Michigan. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1969.

 

Edson, William D., and Vail, H. L., Jr.  Steam Locomotives of the New York Central Lines.  2 vols.  Cleveland: New York Central System Historical Society; 1997, 2002.

 

Elliott, Frank N. When the Railroad was King: The Nineteenth Century Railroad Era in Michigan. Lansing: Mich. Dept. of State, 1977.

 

Elve, Steven D. Rails Across the Water: The Story of the Ann Arbor Carferries Lowell MI: author, 1984.

 

Forbes, John Murray. Letters and Recollections. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1899.

 

Foss, Charles R. Evening Before the Diesel: A Pictorial History of Steam and First Generation Diesel Motive Power on the Grand Trunk Western Railroad, 1938-1991. Boulder CO: Pruett, 1980.

 

Frederickson, Arthur C. and Lucy F. Early History of the Ann Arbor Carferries. Frankfort MI: Patriot Publ., 1949.

---- Pictorial History of the C&O Train and Auto Ferries and Pere Marquette Line Steamers. Rev. ed. Frankfort MI: Lakeside Printing, 1965.

 

Garasha, Robert W. The Mason & Oceana Railroad. Ludington MI: Lakeside, 1967.

Garrett, Evan. Trackside in Southern Michigan: A Railfan's View in Drawings and Commentary. Ann Arbor MI: author, 1980.

 

Gaertner, John.  The Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railway: A History of the Lake Superior District’s Pioneer Iron Ore Hauler.  Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2009.

 

Gjevre, John A. Saga of the Soo. Moorhead MN: n. p., 1973.

 

Grant, H. Roger. The NorthWestern: A History of the Chicago & North Western Railway System. DeKalb IL: Northern Illinois Univ. Press, 1997.

---- Follow the Flag: A History of the Wabash Railroad.  DeKalb Ill.: Northern Illinois Univ. Press, 2004

 

Green, James J. Railroads Come and Go in Allegan County. Allegan MI: Allegan Co. Hist. Socy., 1976.

 

Hager, David C. Next Stop Kalamazoo! Kalamazoo MI: Kalamazoo Public Museum, 1976.

 

Hague, Wilbur E. and Hise, Kirk F. The Detroit, Monroe & Toledo Short Line Railway. Forty Fort PA: Cox, 1986.

 

Harlow, Alvin F. The Road of the Century. New York: Creative Age, 1947. (New York Central, Michigan Central, Big Four)

 

Harrison, Frederick G. Fading Glory. Indian Rocks FL: Books Unlimited, 1971. (Upper Peninsula roads)

 

Hedrick, Wilbur O. The History of Railroad Taxation in Michigan. Lansing: Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, Crawford, 1912.

 

Henning, William H., ed. Detroit: Its Trolleys and Interurbans. Fraser MI: Mich. Transit Museum, 1976.

 

Hill, May Davis. Telltale Photographs: The Stoner Railroad Collection, The Michigan Historical Collections. Ann Arbor: Bentley Hist. Library, 1981.

 

Hilton, George W. The Great Lakes Carferries. Berkeley CA: Howell-North, 1962.

---- and Due, Joseph F. The Electric Interurban Railway in America. Stanford CA: Stanford Univ., 1960.

---- American Narrow Gauge Railroads. Stanford CA: Stanford Univ., 1990.

 

Hirschfield, Charles. The Great Railroad Conspiracy: The Social History of a Railroad War. East Lansing MI: Mich. State College, 1953.

 

Hirsimaki, Eric. Chicago and North Western: The Michigan Ore Lines. North Olmstead OH: Milesposts Publishing, 2002.

 

Hofsommer, Don L. Grand Trunk Corporation: Canadian National Railways in the United States. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1995.

 

Hornstein, Hugh A.  The Haywire: A Brief History of the Manistique and Lake Superior Railroad.  East Lansing: Mich. State Univ. Press, 2004.

 

Hubbard, Freeman H.  “Rails Across the Great Lakes.”  Railroad 65:3 (Nov. 1954), 10-21, 63-68.

 

Hutchins, Jere C. Jere C. Hutchins: A Personal Story. Grosse Pointe Farms MI: author, 1938. (Detroit United Ry.)

 

Inglis, James G. Northern Michigan: Handbook for Travelers. Petoskey MI: Sprang, 1898. Repr. Grand Rapids MI: Black Letter Press, 1974.

 

Ivey, Paul Wesley. The Pere Marquette Railroad Company: An Historical Study of the Growth and Development of One of Michigan's Most Important Railway Systems. Lansing: Mich. Historical Comm., 1919. Repr. Grand Rapids MI: Black Letter Press, 1970.

 

Kavanaugh, Kelli B. Detroit's Michigan Central Station. Chicago: Arcadia Publ., 2001?

 

Keenan, Hudson.  Through the Years at Mt. Pleasant’s Historic Ann Arbor RR Depot.  Mt. Pleasant: Print Tech, 1997.

 

Kleiman, Jeff. The Rise and Fall of the CSCRR: A Short History of a Short-Lived Railroad. Grand Rapids: Friends of Public Museum, 1992. (Chicago, Saginaw & Canada)

 

Koch, Michael. The Shay Locomotive: Titan of the Timber. Denver: World Press, 1971.

---- Steam and Thunder: Saga of Forest Railroads. Denver: World Press, 1979.

 

Kovl, David R. Michigan Rail Preservation. Southfield MI: author, 1990.

 

Larkin, F. Daniel. John B. Jervis: Am American Engineering Pioneer. Ames IA: Iowa State Univ. Press, 1990.

 

Larson, John L. Bonds of Enterprise: John Murray Forbes and Western Development in America's Railway Age. Cambridge: Harvard Univ., 1984.

 

Loving, Rush, Jr.  The Men Who Loved Trains: The Story of Men Who Battled Greed to Save an Ailing Industry.  Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2006.  (Conrail)

 

Lydeksen, Gordon L. When Steam Ruled the Rails in Muskegon County: Volume 1, 1928-1958. Muskegon MI: Muskegon RR Hist. Socy., n. d.

 

Marsh, Nicholas A.  The Michigan Central Railroad: History of the Main Line, 1846-1901.  N. p., 2007.

 

Marshall, Albert P. The "Real McCoy" of Ypsilanti. Ypsilanti MI: Marlan Publishers, 1989. (Elijah McCoy biography)

 

Massie, Larry B.  “The Train-Boy from Michigan.”  In Copper Trails and Iron Rails: More Voyages into Michigan’s Past.  Au Train, Mich.: Avery Color Studios, 1989. (Thomas Edison)

 ----  “The Man Who Hated to Walk.” In Copper Trails and Iron Rails: More Voyages into Michigan’s Past.  Au Train, Mich.: Avery Color Studios, 1989. (George Sheffield, velocipede)

 ----  “Depot Dreams & Jerkwater Schemes: Railroad Place-Names in Michigan.”  In Michigan Memories.  Allegan Forest, Mich.: Priscilla Press, 1994.

 

Meints, Graydon M. Along the Tracks: A Directory of Named Places on Michigan Railroads. Mt. Pleasant MI: Clarke Historical Library, 1987.

---- Michigan Railroads and Railroad Companies. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1992.

---- Michigan Railroad Lines.  2 vol.  East Lansing, Michigan State University Press, 2005.

 

Michigan, Auditor General. Compilations by the Auditor General of the Annual Reports of the Railroad Corporations in the State of Michigan for the Year[s] 1867-[1871]. Lansing: various, 1868-[1871]. Annual.

 

Michigan, Railroad Commission. Aids, Gifts, Grants, and Donations to Railroads, including Outlines of Development and Successions in Titles to Railroads in Michigan. Lansing: Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, Crawford, 1919.

---- Annual Report of the Michigan Railroad Commission, 1871-[1918]. Lansing: various, 1874-[1919]. Annual.

 

Million, Arthur B.  Pere Marquette Passenger Car Pictorial. Grand Haven: Pere Marquette Historical Socy., 2002.

 

Million, Arthur B. and Paton, John.  Revenue Freight Cars of the Pere Marquette. ?????????

 

Monette, Clarence J. The Copper Range Railroad. Lake Linden MI: author, 1989.

---- The Mineral Range Railroad. Lake Linden MI: author, 1993.

---- Keweenaw Central Railroad and the Crestview Resort. Calumet MI: Greenlee Publishing, 1997.

---- Houghton County's Streetcars and Electric Park.  Calumet: Greenlee Publishing, 2003.

 

Mrozek, David J.  Railroad Depots of Michigan, 1910-1920.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishing, 2008.

 

Murray, Tom.  Canadian National Railway.  St. Paul: MBI Publishing Co., 2004.

 

Neu, Irene. Erastus Corning: Merchant and Financier, 1794-1872. Ithaca NY: Cornell Univ., 1960.

 

Northern Michigan Univ. Transcript of the First Annual Midwest Rail Confer-ence, Tracks to the Future, September 20-21, 1979. [Marquette, 1979]

 

O'Geran, Graeme. A History of the Detroit Street Railways. N. p.: Conover Press, 1931.

 

Parks, Robert J. Democracy's Railroads: Public Enterprise in Jacksonian Michigan. Port Washington NY: Kenniket, 1972.

 

Pearson, Henry Greenleaf. An American Railroad Builder: John Murray Forbes. Boston: n. p., 1911. (Michigan Central)

 

The Pere Marquette in 1945. Alderson WV: C&O Hist. Socy., 1990. (Reprint of 1945 company publication)

 

Quastler, I. E.  Where the Rails Cross: A Railroad History of Durand, Michigan.  Coronado, Calif.: R&I Enterprises, 2005. (GTW)

 

Reed, Eben. Railroad Nostalgia and Related Historical Facts of the Clio Area. [Clio MI: author], 1981.

 

Reniger, Henry J., Jr. A Sesquicentennial Guide Book of the Railroads of Lansing and Ingham County from 1862 to 1987. Lansing MI: Lansing-North Lansing Electric RR Museum, 1987.

 

Riggs, Henry R. The Ann Arbor Railroad Fifty Years Ago. Toledo: n. p., 1947.

 

Rutherford, R. Craig and Sabo, Raymond. Michigan's Railroad Scene (A Rail Fan's Guide). Sterling Heights MI: Michigan Railroad Scene, 1973.

 

Schramm, Jack E., Henning, William H. Detroit's Street Railways: Volume I: City Lines 1863-1922. Chicago: Central Electric Railfans' Assoc., 1978.

---- When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails: Book II. The Rapid Railway and Detroit-Port Huron by Rail-Ship-Bus. Glendale CA: Interurban Press, 1986.

---- and Andrews, Richard R. When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails: Book I. Glendale CA: Interurban Press, 1984.

---- When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails: Book III: Detroit to Jackson and Across the State. Glendale CA: Interurban Press, 1988.

---- When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails, Book 4. Polo IL: Transportation Trails, 1994.

---- and Dworman, Thomas J. Detroit Street Railways: Volume II: City Lines 1922-1956. Chicago: Central Electric Railfans' Assoc., 1980.

 

Schramm, Kenneth.  Detroit’s Street Railways.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishing, 2006.

 

Sell, Bob and Findlay, Jim. The Teeter & Wobble. Blissfield MI: authors, 1993.

 

Shaver, Carl W., editor. Chesapeake and Ohio Diesel Review. Alderson WV: C&O Hist. Socy., 1982.

 

Shuster, Philip, Huddleston, Eugene L. and Staufer, Alvin. C&O Power: Steam and Diesel Locomotives of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway 1900-1965. N. p.: Staufer, 1965.

 

Smith, Douglas N. W. New York Central's Canadian Streamliners. Ottawa: Trackside Canada, 2002.

 

Stennett, William H. Yesterday and Today: A History of the Chicago and North Western Railway System. Chicago: n. p., 1900. Reprint Chicago: Ry. & Loco. Hist. Socy., 1981.

 

Stevens, G. R. Canadian National Railways. 2 vols. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1960, 1962.

---- History of the Canadian National Railways. New York: MacMillan, 1973.

 

Stroup, Donald. The Manistee & Northeastern: The Life and Death of a Railroad. Lansing MI: Hist. Socy. Of Michigan, 1964.

 

Taylor, William, Jr.  An American Colossus: A Small Town, A River And A Railroad Yard. Niles MI: Niles Railroad Historical Assn., 1996. (Michigan Central)

 

Tennant, Robert D., Jr. Canada Southern Country. Erin, Ont., Canada: Boston Mills Press, 1991.

 

Thornton, W. Neil. High Iron along the Huron Shore. Tawas City MI: Printer's Devil Press, 1982. (Detroit & Mackinac)

 

Trap, Paul. Grand Haven's Railroads. Grand Haven MI: G. H. Public Schools, n. d.

 

Trostel, Scott D. Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad: Henry Ford's Railroad. Fletcher OH: Cam-Tech Publishing, 1988.

---- Henry Ford: When I Ran the Railroads. Fletcher OH: Cam-Tech Publishing, 1989. (Detroit, Toledo & Ironton)

 

Uhelski, John M. and Robert M. An Inventory of the Railroad Depots in the State of Michigan. Crete NE: RR Station Hist. Socy., 1979.

 

Vander Yacht, Clifford J., compiler.  The Pere Marquette in 1945.  Clifton Forge, W. Va.: Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society, 2008.

 

VanReken, Donald L. The Interurban Era in Holland, Michigan. Holland MI: author, 1981.

---- Ottawa Beach and Waukazoo: A History. Holland MI: author, 1988. (Pere Marquette)

 

vonGerstner, Franz Anton Ritter. Early American Railroads. Ed. Frederick C. Gamst; translated by David J. Diephouse and John C. Decker. Stanford CA: Stanford Univ. Press, 1997.

 

Wakefield, Lawrence and Lucille. Rail and Sail: A Narrative History of Transportation in the Traverse City Region. Traverse City MI: Wakefield, 1980.

---- Sail & Rail: A Narrative History of Transportation in Western Michigan. Holt MI: Thunder Bay Press, 1996. (Reprint of Grand Rapids MI: Eerdmans, 1980)

 

Wallis, Richard T. The Pennsylvania Railroad at Bay: William Riley McKeen and the Terre Haute & Indianapolis Railroad. Bloomington IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 2001.

 

Warrick, William and McLellan, David. The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway. Polo IL: Transportation Trails, 1989.

 

Worrall, Mark and Bernhart, Benjamin L.  Michigan Rail Disasters, 1900-1940.  Dauberville, Pa.: Outer Station Project, 2007.

 

Zimmerman, Karl. Lake Michigan's Railroad Car Ferries. Andover NJ: Andover Junction Publications, 1993.

 

Zink, Maximillian A., Krambles, George, et al. Electric Railways of Michigan. Chicago: Central Electric Railfans' Assoc., 1959.

 

 

 


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"Abandonment of Ohio & Morenci Recalls Proud Interurban Days." Short-Line Railroads, 1:5 (Oct. 1954), p. 6.

Adams, Rob. "Boat Landing: A Look Back." The Double A, part 1, 10:4 (Fall 1994), pp. 6-13; part 2, 11:1 (Winter 1995), pp. 6-12; part 3, 11:2 (Spring-Summer 1995), pp. 8-14; part 4, 12:1 (Winter 1996), pp. 10-20.1

 

Anderson, Robert C.  "Copper Range Recalled."  Classic Trains, 4:4 (Winter 2003), 74-83.

 

Agnew, Andy. "Robert R. Young for PROGRESS." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 23:10 (Oct. 1991), pp. 9-17.

 

Allie, Roob H. "They Shed No Tears." Trains, July 1951, pp. 40-45. (Detroit & Mackinac)

 

Anderson, Jim "St. Clair County's 'Educated' Line." The Inside Track, 12:2 (March 1981), pp. 3-6. (Port Huron & Detroit)

 

Anderson, Jim and Dwayne. "Unseen Wonder of the World." Chronicle, 19:2 (Summer 1983), pp. 8-19. (GTW St. Clair River tunnel)

---- "The Environmental Car Ferry." The Inside Track, 10:3 (May 1979), pp. 17-20, 24. (St. Clair River car ferry)

---- "Pheasants, Creosote, and a French Chef." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 23:9 (Sept. 1991), pp. 8-10.

---- "The Branch Line Station Agent." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 27:2 (Feb. 1995), pp. 3-4, 12.

 

Anon. "Corporate History of the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company." Central Headlight, 24:1 (1st Q. 1994), pp. 19-38.

---- "Arches of Flying Snow" Mileposts, 2 (Fall 1994) p. 1ff. (Reprint of Marquette Weekly Mining Journal article on MH&O snowplow, 8 March 1890)

 

Armstrong, William F. "Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Railway Co. Ore Dock No. 6." The SOO, April 1985, pp. 34-35.

 

Ashdown, Dana. "Afloat on the Great Lakes, A Short History of the New York Central System'[s Great Lakes Steamship Services." Central Headlight, 19:3 (1989), pp. 12-25.

 

Ashlee, Laura Rose. "Michigan Profiles: Elijah McCoy." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 70-71.

 

Ashley, James M. [Biographical information] Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 36 (1964).

 

Babish, Byron. "Detroit - Motor City Railroading." Rails Northeast, July 1980, pp. 10-45.

---- "Memories of GTW/SEMTA Commuter Service." The Semaphore, Aug. 2001, pp. 4-11.

 

Baird, Victor A. "The Fort Wayne Branch Circa 1918, A Journey 'Frozen in Time'." Central Headlight, 20:3 (1990), pp. 12-44. (New York Central)

 

Bajema, Carl Jay. "Standing in the Way of Progress." West Michigan, 16:1 (Jan.1987), pp. 5, 51-53.

---- "The First Logging Railroads in the Great Lakes Region." Forest and Conservation History, 35 (April 1991), pp. 76-83.

---- "Timber Express." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 42-46. (Logging railroads)

 

Ballert, Albert G. "Lake Michigan Carferry Service." Mich. Academy of Science, Arts and Letters Papers, 34 (1950), pp. 155-172.

 

Barnett, LeRoy, "Roads, Railroads, Recreation." Michigan History, 72:4 (July 1988), pp. 28-34. (Land grants)

---- "Detroit, Mackinac & Marquette." The SOO, 12:4 (Oct. 1990), pp. 21-37 and 13:1 (Jan. 1991), pp. 16-41.

---- "Cartographer's Corner: The Detroit Terminus of the Detroit & Milwaukee." Michigan History, 64:2 (March-April 1980), p. 32.

---- "Taming the Tahquamenon." Michigan History, 74:1 (Jan.-Feb. 1990). (Detroit, Mackinac & Marquette)

---- "Fascinated With Railroads." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 8-9.

---- "Short-Lived Short Rails" Michigan History, 82:2 (Mar.-Apr. 1998), pp. 17-23. (2 early U.P. roads)

---- "Putting Michigan Farmers on the Right Track." Michigan History, 84:1 (Jan.-Feb. 2000, pp. 48-55. (Farm demonstration trains)

---- "All Steamed Up in the Village." Michigan History, 84:4 (July-Aug. 2000), pp. 26-36. (Roundhouse at Greenfield Village)

---- "The First Railroad and Township Map of Michigan." (H.S.M.) Chronicle & Newsletter 25:2 (Summer 2002), pp. 7-8.

---- "The Great Depression Takes Its Toll."  Michigan History 8:4 (7/8 2003), 48-52.  (GTW industrial superhighway)

---- “When Ontonagon Pursued Iron More than Copper.”  Chronicle 30:1 (Spring 2007), 9-12.  (Ontonagon & Brule River)

---- “Fighting to Cross.”  Michigan History 91:4 (July-August 2007), 8-16 (Straits of Mackinac auto car ferries)

---- “An Upper Peninsula Railroad that Failed to Make the Grade.”  Michigan History 91:5 (Sept.-Oct. 2007), 44-51.  (Iron Range & Huron Bay)

---- “When Bands of Iron Brought Fans to the Gridiron.”  Michigan History 92:6 (Nov.-Dec. 2008), 40-45. (Football specials to Ann Arbor)

---- “Putting The ‘Go” in Gospel.”  Michigan History 93:1 (Jan.-Feb. 2009), 48-53. (Rail cars used as churches)

 

Bauer, Thomas. "Ships of the Soo." The Soo, 5 (1983), pp. 39-41.

 

Baumgartner, Paul. "The Michigan Northern Railway, 1976-1984." The Double A, 14:2 (Spr.-Sum. 1998), pp. 7-18.

 

Beal, Junius T. "The Beginnings of Interurbans." M.P.H.C. Vol. 35 (1907), pp. 260-266.

 

Bishop, John C. "The Repudiation of State Debts." Southern Studies, 3 (Summer 1992), pp. 79-85.

 

Blaszak, Michael W.

---- "Chicago & North Western: Evolution of a Survivor." Trains 54:4 (Apr. 1994), pp. 32-45.

---- "Chicago & North Western: A Survivor No More." Trains 55:6 (June 1995), pp. 17-20.

---- “Ousted Chief Ed Burkhardt Tries to Regain Wisconsin Central Control.”  Trains 61:1 (Jan. 2001), 20-21.

 

Blasak, Mike and Scribbins, Jim. "The Copper Country Limited." The Milwaukee Railroader, 12"1-2 (1982), pp. 7-14.

 

Bliss, A. H. "Federal Land Grants for Internal Improvements in the State of Michigan." M.P.H.C., vol. 7 (1884), pp. 52-68.

 

Boelio, Bob. "Travel: Michigan's Interurbans." Chronicle, 22:3 (1986), pp. 40-47.

---- "Michigan's Tourist Railroads." Chronicle, 19:2 (Summer 1983), pp. 42-44.

 

Bohi, Charles W. "Michigan Central: Division Structure in the 1920's." Central Headlight, 9:3 (1979), pp. 16-19.

 

Boles, Frank.  “Ferryboat Railroad: Michigan’s Ann Arbor Railroad.”  Chronicle 28:1 (Spring 2005), 8-9, 23-25)

 

Borsos, Robert L. "Honeymoon Depot." Trains 63:11 (Nov 2003), pp. 64-71. (MC)

 

Bourke, Frank. "A Route to the Soo for the Soo." Chronicle, 19:2 (Summer 1983), pp. 20-23. (Soo Line)

---- "Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad." The Inside Track, (9:5 (Nov. 1978), pp. 13-16.

---- "Farewell, 400!" The Inside Track, 11:3 (May 19880), pp. 3-5.

---- "Train Time at Escanaba." North Western Lines, 10:2 (1983), pp. 48-49.

---- "Railroads to Everywhere." in A Most Superior Land: Life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Lansing MI: Two Peninsula Press, 1983.

---- "Pullmans and Private Sleeping Cars." The Soo, 13:2 (April 1991), pp. 36-38. (Upper Peninsula service)

---- "Escanaba's Tie Treatment Plant." North Western Lines, 25:3 (Summer 1998), pp. 37-39. (Further note in 26:1, p. 72)

---- "The Escanaba Ore Pooling Plan." North Western Lines, 23:4, Fall 1996, p. 66.

---- and Easton, Larry E. "IXL and the Soo." the Soo, 13:4 (Oct. 1991), pp. 14-33, 36-53.

 

"The Boyne City Railroad: A Brief Outline." Michigan Railfan, Oct. 1990, pp. 3-4.

 

Briggs, David. "Railroading in Greenfield Village." National Railway Bulletin, 55:5 (1990), pp. 24-28.

 

Brock, Thomas D. "Paw Paw Versus the Railroads." Michigan History, 39:2 (June 1955), pp. 129-182.

 

Brogan, Gary.  "Memories of DSS&A No. 586: The L'Anse Caboose."  The SOO¸ Summer 2004 (26:3), 9-12.

 

Bruce, Harry J.  “Perlman the Magnificent.”  Trains 62:3 (Mar. 2002), 38-45.

 

Brumgard, James W. "The Recycled Geeps of Battle Creek." Trains 54:9 (Sept. 1994), pp. 58-64.

 

Bryan, Ford R. "Henry's Gasoline Rail Car." Dearborn Historian, 26:1 (Winter 1986), pp. 9-12.

 

Buchanan, Brian.  “The Ties that Bind.”  Trains 66:7 (July 2006), 50-57. (Grand Trunk Western)

 

Burger, Henry. "Azalia and its Railroads." The Inside Track, 9:2 (March 1978), pp. 12-14.

---- "Building the Ann Arbor Railroad." AARRT&HA Newsletter, 1984:3, pp. 4-6; 1985:2, pp. 9-11.

 

Burt, William D. "Was the Conrail Monopoly Necessary?´ Journal of Transportation Law, Logistics and Policy, vol. 66 (Fall 1998), pp. 19-53.

 

Burton, Robert E. "Car Ferry from Northport." Michigan History, 51:1 (March 1967), pp. 1-17. (Northport-Manistique car ferry)

 

Burton, Sandy. "Alligators in the North Woods." Railfan, July 1985, pp. 48-55. (Lake Superior & Ishpeming)

 

"Cadillac & Lake City Gets All Steamed Up for Tourists and Shippers." Railway Age, July 26, 1965, pp. 42-43.

 

Cady, Ron. "D&M's Mackinaw Division." Railfan, July 1978, pp. 53-55 (Detroit & Mackinac, Michigan Central)

---- "Farewell to the Maroon and Gray." Trains, Aug. 1981, pp. 25-29. (Detroit & Mackinac)

---- "Trout Lake." Rail Classics, Sept. 1980, pp. 46-53. (Soo Line)

---- "Michigan Metamorphosis." Trains, Oct. 1987, pp. 26-38.

---- "Michigan Northern." Rail Classics 1978 Yearbook, pp. 4-11.

---- "Detroit & Mackinac." Trains, 52:7 (July 1992), pp. 28-29.

---- "Alcos on the Road Less Traveled: Michigan's Lake State Railway."  Railfan & Railroad 23:12 (Dec 2004), 32-38.

 

Calkins, Edmund A. "Railroads of Michigan Since 1850." Michigan History, 13:1 (Winter 1929), pp. 5-25.

 

Calumet. 1899 and 1900 newspaper articles on new service to Calumet. Mileposts no. 19 (Spring 2003), pp. 1-4.

 

Carlos, Ann M. and Lewis, Frank D. "The Creative Financing of an Unprofitable Enterprise: The Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, 1853-1881. Explorations in Economic History, 32 (July 1995), pp. 273-301.

 

Carter, James. "All Aboard the Grand Marais." Alger Footprints, 11:2 (June 1987). (W. R. Burt's private car)

---- "Getting Back on Track." Natural Resources, 43:1, pp. 10-12. (Mass transit)

 

Chamberlain, John. "Close Up: Robert R. Young." Life, 22:8 (Feb. 24, 1947), pp. 102-117.

 

Chandler, Ron. "A Visit to Wyoming Yard - 1950s Style." Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Magazine, 32:6 (June 2000), pp. 8-11. (Pere Marquette)

 

Chase, Lew Allen. "Michigan's Share in the Establishment of Improved Transportation Between the East and the West." M.P.H.C., vol. 38 (1912), pp. 598-609.

 

Chavez, Arthur P.

---- "Farewell, Mighty Midland." Pere Marquette Rails, 5 (Oct. 1998), pp. 3-12.

----, ed. "Pere Marquette's Lake Michigan Car Ferries." Pere Marquette Rails, 12 (May 2001), pp. 3-24.

---- "Training for War on Lake Michigan." Pere Marquette Rails no. 14 (May 2003), pp. 3-19. (car ferries)

---- “A Brief History of Pere Marquette’s Detroit River and St. Clair River Car Ferries.”  Pere Marquette Rails no. 20 (Nov. 2005), 3-13.  (Also has other material).  (Car ferries)

 

Chipman, Paul. "Transportation Builder." Pere Marquette Rails, 8 (Oct. 1999), pp. 3-7. (Reprinted from Chesapeake & Ohio Lines Magazine, Jan. 1942)

(William B. Sears)

 

Clark, Sandra Sageser. "Whirlwind Whistle Stops." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 47-49. (Pres. Truman 1948 campaign train)

 

Cleary, Mike. "The Ore Lines Today." North Western Lines, 8:3 (1981), pp. 16-22. (Chicago & North Western)

 

Cliff, Frederick C. "The 'Coldwater' Is Born." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 119 (Oct. 1968), pp. 67-71.

 

Comstock, O. C. "Internal Improvements." M.P.H.C., vol. 1 (1875), pp. 46-48.

 

Cooley, Mortimer. "Michigan Railroad Appraisal." Michigan Political Science Association, 4 (June 1901).

 

Cosgrove, Robert W. "DTI: From Ford to Grand Trunk, DTI Served Its Owners Masterfully." GT Reporter, 19 (March 1984).

 

Cousins, G. R., and Maximuke, Paul. "The Station That Looks Like a Hotel." Trains, Aug. 1978, pp. 40-48. (Michigan Central Detroit station)

---- "The Ceremony Was 61 Years too Late." Trains, Sept. 1978, pp. 44-51. (Michigan Central Detroit station)

 

Cowles, Mark, and Harrell, Dave, and Maddock Don.  “Up-to-date With the Great Lakes Central.”  The Double A 24:2 (Fall-Winter 2008), 4-15.

 

Crowther, Samuel. "Ford's Story of His Railway." World's Work, June 1924, pp. 161-166. (Detroit, Toledo & Ironton)

 

"CSXT Navy Keeps Chemical Traffic on the Move." CSC Today, Feb. 1991, p. 15. (Port Huron-Sarnia ferry)

 

Dain, Floyd Russell. "The Michigan Central Railroad and the Michigan May Flower." Detroit in Perspective, 2:1 (Autumn 1973), pp. 45-67.

 

Dancy, Thomas B. "Lake Michigan Car-Ferries Yesterday and Today." Inland Seas, 16 (1945), pp. 2-15.

 

Despres, G. "Railroad Logging." Michigan History, 38:2 (June 1954), pp. 182-184.

 

De Vries, Brian. "Grand Trunk Western Operations on West Michigan Branch Lines, 1974-1987." West Michigan RR Hist. Socy. Waybill, 30 (July 1998), p. 3.

 

DeWolfe, Bob. "The Old Road Bows Out." The Inside Track, 13:2 (March 1982), pp. 3-8. (New York Central)

 

DeYoung, Larry.  “The View from 6 Penn Center Plaza.”  Trains 59:1 (Jan. 1999), 44-49. (Conrail)

 

Diehm, Harold F. Good-bye, Pere Marquette." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, part 1, 29:6 (June 1997), pp. 4-9; part 2, 29:7 (July-Aug. 1997), pp. 3-13.

 

Dobek, Jeff. "Detroit Commutes Derail." The Cross Tracks, part 1, Feb.-March 1984, pp. 1, 8; part 2, April-May 1984, pp. 4-6.

 

Dobnick, Otto P. "A Hub and Spoke System for Trains." Trains, 50:10 (Oct. 1990), pp. 40-53. (Wisconsin Central)

---- "Acting Like a Class I, but Not Always Thinking Like One." Trains, 50:9 (Sept. 1990), pp. 32-47. (Wisconsin Central)

 

Dodd, L., and Wood, B. "Ice Was for Harvesting at Barron Lake." Chronicle, 12:4 (1976), pp. 16-24. (Michigan Central)

 

Dodge, (Mrs.) Frank P. "Marking Terminus of Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad." M.P.H.C., vol. 38 (1912), pp. 491-498.

 

Dolinger, Milton B. "Close-Up: The Chessie-Seaboard Merger." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 32:1 (Jan. 2000), pp. 6-11.

 

Donovan, Frank P., Jr.  "A Long Comfortable Train: The Peninsula 400."  North Western Lines 2005:3, 54-60.  (Reprint of same from Trains July 1948.)

 

Downes, Randolph C. "Ottawa Indians and the Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad." Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 24 (Summer 1952), pp. 136-138.

 

Drager, Carey L. "The Greatest Show on Rails." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 56-59. (Circus trains)

 

Drutchas, Geoffrey G. "Gray Eminence in a Gilded Age: The Forgotten Career of Senator James McMillan of Michigan. Michigan Historical Review 28:2 (Fall 2002), pp. 79-113.

---- “The Man With a Capital Design.”  Michigan History 86:2 (March-April 2002), 26-34.  (James McMillan)

----  "Gray Eminence in a Gilded Age: The Forgotten Career of Senator James McMillan of Michigan.  Michigan Historical Review 28:2 (Fall 2002), 79-113.

 

Duchaine, William J. "Michigan Loses a Logging Railroad." Trains, June 1949, pp. 50-51. (Nahma & Northern)

 

Durocher, Aurele A. "The Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway Company." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 111 (Oct. 1964), pp. 10-64.

---- "The Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railway Company." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 98 (Oct. 1958), pp. 7-21.

---- "The Railroads of the City of Marquette." The SOO, July 1984, pp. 8-23; Oct. 1984, pp. 12-35; Jan. 1985, pp. 12-43; April 1985, pp. 12-23; July 1985, pp. 14-29.

 

Earle, G. Harold. "Blaney & Southern's Railcar." the Soo, 13:4 (Oct. 1991), pp. 34-35.

 

Easton, Larry E. "A Little More IXL." the Soo, 14:1 (April 1992), pp. 14-23.

---- "Houghton's Classic Depot." the Soo, 14:3 (July 1992), pp. 13-27.

 

Eckert, Kathryn Bishop. "Stations of Distinction." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 60-64.

 

"Ed Burkhardt: World Class by Any Measure." Railway Age, 200 (Jan. 1999), pp. 33-43. (Wisconsin Central)

 

Edson, William D. and Corley, Raymond F. "Locomotives of the Grand Trunk Railway." Railroad History, no. 147 (Autumn 1982), pp. 42-183.

 

Eicher, Al and Dave. "The Little Wanderers." Michigan History 87:1 (Jan.-Feb. 2003), pp. 40-47. (Orphan trains)

 

Elliott, Frank N. "When the Railroad Was King." Michigan History, 49:4 (Dec. 1965), pp. 289-343.

 

Farrant, Don. "The Last Cruise of the Pere Marquette 18." Natural Resources, 43:5 (Sept. 1974), pp. 14-17.

 

Fay, Lewis C. "Lake Michigan's Floating Railroads." Trains, Aug. 1949, pp. 46-49.

 

"Ferry Sale Marks End of an Era." Chessie News, July 1983, pp. 1-2.

 

Fisher, Charles E. "The Michigan Central." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 19 (1929), pp. 4-31.

---- "The Wabash." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 93 (Oct. 1957), pp. 116-117.

 

Frailey, Fred W.  “Norfolk Southern: How Fast Can This Horse Run.”  Trains 61:10 (Oct. 2005), 26-37.

 

Freestone, Ron, ed. "Information Pertaining to the Manistee & North Eastern Railroad." Pere Marquette Rails, 10 (Nov. 2000), pp. 3-12. (overview ca. 1920)

 

Friday, David. "Methods of Railway Taxation in Michigan" in The Railway Library and Statistics, 1914. Chicago: Bureau of Railway News and Statistics, 1914.

 

Frimodig, David M. "The $2,000,000 Ride." in A Most Superior Land: Life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Lansing MI: Two Peninsula Press, 1983. (Iron Range & Huron Bay)

 

Franzen, James M. "Jackson." Motor Coach Age, 41:2 (Feb. 1989), p. 4.

 

Frobom, Aarne H. "Project 1225 - Bringing PM Power Back to Life." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, June 1989, pp. 3-9.

---- "Project 1225." Railway and Locomotive Preservation, 42 (July-Aug. 1993), pp. 13, 62-63. (PM loco. 1225 preservation)

 

Fromm, Galen. "Wisconsin Central: What makes it tick?" the Soo 19:4, (Fall 1997), pp. 18-33.

 

Frost, Clarence. "The Early Railroads of Southern Michigan." M.P.H.C., vol. 38 (1912), pp. 498-501.

 

Gaertner, John. "The Gogebic Range." the Soo, part 1, 18:1 (Winter 1996), pp. 22-38; part 2, 18:2 (Spring 1996), pp. 28-44; part 3, 18:3 (Summer 1996), pp. 26-37; part 4, 18:4 (Fall 1996), pp. 22-33.

 

Gallegos, Bob. "Ghosts of the Soo." Railfan & Railroad, 17:2 (Feb. 1998), pp. 28-31. (Wisconsin Central)

 

Garasha, Robert W. "The Mason & Oceana." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 89 (Oct. 1955), pp. 82-96.

 

Garrett, Evan. "Sarah Bernhardt's Christmas at Urania." Chronicle, 20:4 (1984), pp. 2-7. (Ann Arbor)

---- "Huron Valley: The Water Level Route." Michigan Railfan, April 1990, pp. 3-5.

---- "The Annie." The Ann Arbor Trail, 80:5 (1980), pp. 5-7; 81:1 (1981), pp. 6-8; 81:2 (1981), pp. 4-7. (Ann Arbor)

 

Garrison, Anne C. "Northeast Michigan and the Detroit and Mackinac Railway." Business Topics, vol. 5 (1957), pp. 23-30.

 

Gaydek, Jerry. "Saginaw Southbound." Railfan, May 1980, pp. 24-25.

 

Geletzke, Charles H., Jr. "The Detroit & Toledo Shore Line." Railfan, July 1981, pp. 40-47.

 

Gibbs, Russell L. "Early Michigan Railway History." Canadian National Railway Magazine, 22 (Sept. 1936), pp. 13, 25.

 

Gierman, Karl. "Salem Township's Other Railroad." Salem Area Historical Socy. Historical Monograph II, 1988.

 

Gilbert, John. "The Great Conspiracy." M.P.H.C., vol. 31 (1901), pp. 232-238. (Michigan Central)

 

Glischinski, Steven.

---- "The Elongated Escanaba & Lake Superior." Trains, July 1984, pp. 31-41.

---- "Return of the Wisconsin Central." Railfan, Feb. 1990, pp. 55-64.

---- "Unions finally win representation on Wisconsin Central." Trains 57:10 (Oct. 1997), pp. 16-17.

---- “CN Makes Play for Missabe and Bessemer.”  Trains 64:1 (Jan. 2004), 12-13.

 

Goebel, Malita T. "Transportation to Dearborn in 1837." Dearborn Historian, August 1964, pp. 47-65.

 

Gorenc, Louis. "Tunneling Two Rivers." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 31-32. (St. Clair and Detroit River rail tunnels)

 

Gorsky, John L. "Milwaukee Junction 1960." National Railway Bulletin, 56:1 (1991), pp. 4-11. (Grand Trunk Western)

 

Grant, H. Roger. "Detroit to Chicago in 1888." Railroad History, No. 165 (Autumn 1991), pp. 99-108.

---- "William White: Railroad Leader."  Classic Trains, 3:2 (Summer 2002), 60-63.

 

Gregory, George H. "Diesels and Dinkies." Short-Line Railroader, Dec. 1955, pp. 3, 7-8. (M&NE, E&LS, M&LS, Q&TL)

 

Gruber, John. "Fitch's Plans for Expansion." Railway Gazette, Jan.-Feb. 1896, pp. 10-16. (Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic)

 

"Guiding a Short Line from Survival to Success." Railway Age, Aug. 31, 1981, pp. 38-39. (Hillsdale County)

 

Hagman, Harlan L. "By Train to Ypsilanti: The Central's First Run." Chronicle, 16:1 (1980), p. 4. (Michigan Central)

 

Hakken, Robert.  “More than Meets the Eye” and “Little Black Book.”  Pere Marquette Rails no. 21 (May 2006), 3-10.  (Also one additional article)  (Centralized traffic control).

 

Halsey, John. "Abandoned Legacy." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 66-67.

 

Hammer, C. H. "Genesis of a Miller's Road: The Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie." Railroad History, no. 146 (April 1984), pp. 23-28.

 

Hanna, Frances. "The F. ^ P. M. No. 1." Inland Seas, Winter 1954.

 

Hardie, George, Jr. "Passenger Service to Upper Michigan on the Milwaukee Road." The Milwaukee Railroader, 12:1-2 (1982), pp. 4-6.

 

Harvey, Mark. "The Fish Who Rode the Rails." Michigan History 87:2 (March/April 2003), pp. 19-26. (fish railcar Wolverine)

 

Hart, Dennis. "The History of the Cadillac & Lake City Railway Company." West Michigan RR Hist. Socy. Waybill, 21 (Nov. 1989, Dec. 1989, March 1990).

 

Harthy, Charles O. "The Chicago, Kalamazoo & Saginaw Railway Company." Central Headlight, 19:2 (1989), pp. 13-22.

---- "The Michigan Central Railroad." Central Headlight, 19:4 (1989), pp. 17-30.

 

Harvey, Charles T. "Great Railway Connections Between Lake Superior and Gulf of Mexico." M.P.H.C., vol. 35 (1907), pp. 170-175.

 

Hassett, Albert J., Jr. "Call Out the Big Hook." Central Headlight, 24:3 (3rd Q. 1994), pp. 22-38 (Wrecks on NYC)

 

Hauck, Cornelius. "Pullmans, Lounge Cars and 2-10-2's: The Pennsylvania Railroad in Northern Michigan.´ R&LHS Newsletter 19:3 (Summer 1999), pp. 1-2.

---- "Northern Arrow." R&LHS Newsletter 20:3 (Summer 2000), pp. 3-6.

 

Hedetneimi, Charles J. "The Depots of Champion." the Soo, 15:2 (Spring 1993), pp. 20-31.

 

Helfman, Harold. "The Early Railroads Increase Crime in Michigan." Michigan History, 39:3 (Sept. 1955), pp. 365-366.

 

"Henry Ford's Railroad Experiment." Railroad, July 1938, pp. 8-28. (Detroit, Toledo & Ironton)

 

Herek, Raymond J.  “Tragedy at a Bridge.”  Michigan History 91:3 (May-June 2007), 18-23.  (Interurban)

 

Higdon, Ben. "The Michigan Northern." Michigan Railroads. No. 12 (Sept. 1996), pp. 2-10.

 

Hill, Arthur S. "The Romance of a Railway." Michigan History, 23:1 (Winter 1939), pp. 53-76. (Michigan Central)

 

Hillebrant, Thomas. "Michigan Southern: 'The Old Road.'" Railfan & Railroad, 16:3 (March 1997), pp. 40-49.

 

Hilton, George W. "Great Lakes Carferries: An Endangered Species." Trains, Jan. 1975, pp. 42-51.

---- "Pere Marquette." Trains, Aug. 1945, pp. 9-19.

---- "Pere Marquette District, C&O." Tracks, Nov. 1949, pp. 29-34.

---- "The Almont Branch." Pere Marquette Rails, 11 (May 2001), pp. 3-12.

 

Hirschfield, Charles. "The Great Railroad Conspiracy." Michigan History, 36:2 (June 1952), pp. 97-219. (Michigan Central)

 

Hodges, Ed. "The D&LN Comes to Town." The Cross Tracks, Summer 1987, pp. 6-7. (Detroit, Toledo & Ironton in Tecumseh)

 

Holland, Kevin J. "The C&O Air Force." Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Magazine, 33:4 (April 2001), pp. 3-27.

 

Hornstein, Hugh A. The Manistique and Lake Superior Railroad." The Double A, 5:4 (Fall 1989), pp. 5-13; 6:1 (Winter 1990), pp. 8-15; 6:2 (Spring 1990), pp. 15-17; 6:4 (Fall 1990), pp. 7-9, 12-15; 7:1 (Winter 1991), pp. 7-9, 13-19; 7:2 (Spring 1991), pp. 7, 12-16; 7:4 (Fall 1991), pp. 9-20; 8:1 (Winter 1992), pp. 9-23; 8:3 (Summer 1992), pp. 7-12; 8:4 (Fall 1992), pp. 7-11.

---- "A Brief History of the Manistique & Lake Superior Railroad." the Soo, 16:1 (Winter 1994), pp. 17-22.

---- "The Michigan Northern Railroad and its Relationship with the Ann Arbor."  The Double A, 19:1 (Spring 2003), 4-10.

 

Howard-Filler, Saralee K. "That Species of Improvement." Michigan History, 64:2 (March 1980), pp. 17-31.

 

Hubbard, Freeman H.  “Rails Across the Great Lakes.”  Railroad 65:3 (Nov. 1954), 10-21, 63-68.

 

Hyde, Charles. "The St. Clair Tunnel: A Triumph of Canadian Engineering." Industrial Archeology, 21:1 (1995), pp. 47-56.

 

Ingles, J. David. "GTW's Stubborn Final Curtain." Classic Trains, 1:2 (Summer 2000), p. 36. (Final steam excursions)

---- “Homebodies.”  Trains 65:11 (Nov. 2005), 74-77.  (Ann Arbor, Tuscola & Saginaw Bay)

 

Jenks, William L. "Michigan's Five Million Dollar Loan." Michigan History, 15:4 (Autumn 1931), pp. 575-633. (Internal improvements program)

 

Johnson, Bob. "Getting Up to Speed." Trains, 59:11 (Nov. 1999), pp. 52-57. (Amtrak, Detroit-Chicago)

---- “Getting Up to Speed.”  Trains 59:11 (Nov. 1999), 52-57. (Amtrak Michigan corridor)

 

Johnson, Cary E. "The Michigan Central Railroad: Its Early History and Postmarks." Transit Postcard Collector, vol. 33 (May 1982), pp. 56-58.

 

Johnson, Marie. "The Building of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad." Indiana Magazine of History, 41 (1945), PP. 152-166.

 

Jones, David. Á Tragedy at Green Oak" Pere Marquette Rails, 4 (Oct. 1997), pp. 1-10.

 

Jones, Russell D. "The Battle for Huron Street." Ann Arbor Observer May 2003, pp. 37-43. (Interurban)

 

Joy, James F. "Railroad History of Michigan." M.P.H.C., 22 (1894), pp. 292-304.

 

Kaminen, Ron.  “A Fireman on the Copper Country Limited.”  The Soo 30:1 (Winter 2008), 29-38. (Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic)

 

Kaplan, Bob. "Railroads in the Upper Great Lakes." Rail Classics, 7:3 (May 1978), pp. 40-49.

 

Kaufman, Vera. "Lake Odessa Depot." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, July 1989, pp. 14-17.

 

Keefe, Kevin P.

---- "How Michigan Got Into the Railroad Business." Trains, Oct. 1976, pp. 46-49. (Hillsdale County, Michigan Northern)

---- "Hitting the century mark in Michigan." Trains 57:1 (Jan. 1997), pp. 19-20. (Amtrak)

---- “Pere Marquette: Bigger than it Looked.”  Classic Trains vol. 6 (Winter 2005), 16-17.

 

Keenan, Hudson. "America's First Successful Logging Railroad." Michigan History, 44:3 (Sept. 1960), pp. 292-302. (Lake George & Muskegon River)

---- "Shepherd's Bizarre Log Train Calamity: May 9, 1891." The Double A, 10:2 (Spring 1994), pp. 5-7.

---- "The Narrow Gauge Comes to Mount Pleasant." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 27:2 (Feb. 1995), pp. 8-12.

---- "Head-On in the Smoke and Fog: September 17, 1895." The Double A, 11:2 (Spring-Summer 1995), pp. 4-6.

---- "The Wreck of a Pere Marquette Flyer -- August 24, 1911." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 27:12 (Dec. 1995), pp. 8-9 (Loomis, Mich.)

---- "1912 Bridge Collapse on the Pere Marquette." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 28:12 (Dec. 1996), pp. 8-9. (Mt. Pleasant, Mich.)

---- "The Blizzard of 1898 on the Flint & Pere Marquette." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 30:1 (Jan. 1998), pp. 4-6, 9.

---- "The Saginaw and Mount Pleasant Rail Road."  Pere Marquette Rails no. 18 (Nov. 2004), 3-10.

 

Keith, Hannah Emily. "An Historical Sketch of Internal Improvements in Mich-igan." Mich. Political Science Assn. Publications, 4 (1900), pp. 1-48.

 

Keen, John M. "The St. Clair River Railroad Tunnel." Inland Seas, 31:3, pp. 212-213.

 

Kellogg, Harold W. "How to Sponsor a Streamliner." Trains, Nov. 1979, pp. 30-32. (Pere Marquette)

 

Kenn, John M. "The St. Clair River Tunnel." Inland Seas, 31 (1975), pp. 175-185.

 

Kilbourn, Russel D. "The Michigan Railroad Commission." Michigan History, 3:3 (Summer 1919), pp. 445-472.

 

Kinnear, Wilson S. "The Detroit River Tunnel." American Society of Civil Engineers Transactions, vol. 74 (1911), pp. 288-374.

 

Kirkpatrick, Frank A. "The Saginaw, Tuscola and Huron: An Early Railroad of the Michigan Thumb." Michigan History, 52:3 (Sept. 1968), pp. 196-217.

 

Knapp, Ellsworth. "The Overnighter." Trains, Aug. 1941, pp. 37-41. (Fast freight service, Detroit-Chicago)

 

Kovl, David R. "Potter Street Station." Railway and Locomotive Preservation, 42 (July-Aug. 1993), pp. 66-68. (Pere Marquette Saginaw station)

---- "Saginaw Railway Museum." Railway and Locomotive Preservation, 42 (July-Aug. 1993), pp. 68-69. (Pere Marquette Hemlock station)

---- "Saginaw Round House." Railway and Locomotive Preservation, 42 (July-Aug. 1993), pp. 64-66.

 

Kube, Kathi.  “What’s Ed Burkhardt Doing Now?”  Trains 67:2 (Feb. 2007), 28-29.

 

Kuhl, Wayne A.  “The Menominee and St. Paul; What Could Have Been.”  The Double A 21:1 (Summer 2005), 3-5.  (Other reprinted material included pp. 6-16.)

 

Kujovich, Mary Yeager. "The Refrigerator Car and the Growth of the American Dressed Beef Industry." Business History Review, 44 (Winter 1940), pp. 480-482. (Swift cars on Grand Trunk)

 

"Lake States Transportation Division." Soo Liner, 1st Q., 1986, pp. 13-16.

 

"Lake Superior & Ishpeming Railroad Company." Michigan Railfan, 48:10 (Oct. 1987), pp. 5-7.

 

LaMaire, Tom. "Traverse City - The Great Town of Northern Michigan." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 20:11 (Nov. 1988), pp. 16-17. (Pere Marquette)

 

Larmour, W. G. "The Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway: Reminiscences of an Apprentice, Period 1884-1898." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 31 (April 1933), pp. 24-29.

 

Lavallee, Omer and Corley, Raymond F. "The Grand Trunk Railway: A Look at the Principal Components." Railroad History, no. 147 (Autumn 1982), pp. 19-30.

 

Leary, Margaret.  “William W. Cook and Detroit Street Railways, 1891-1894.”   Chronicle 29:4 (Winter 2007), 21-23.

 

Lee, Robert E. "Car Tracks to Oblivion." Detroit Historical Society Bulletin, April 1958, pp. 6-12.

---- "The Streetcar Lines of Grand Rapids." Michigan History, 46:1 (March 1962), pp. 15-27.

 

Leffler, Doug. "Pellets and Pulpwood." Railfan, March 1980, pp. 24-28. (Chicago & North Western)

---- "The O&M Story." The Cross Tracks, part 1, Jan. 1984, pp. 6-7; part 2, Feb.-March 1984, pp. 4-6. (Ohio & Morenci)

 

Lenardson, Bob. "The 'Other' L&N." Railfan, Jan. 1981, pp. 33-36. (Ludington & Northern)

 

Lenderink, A. R. "The Electric Interurban Railway in Kalamazoo County." Michigan History, 43:1 (March 1959), pp. 43-93.

 

Lewis, David L. "Henry Ford's Other Car." Chronicle, 19:2 (Summer 1983), pp. 38-41.

---- "The DT&I." Ford Life, July-Aug. 1972, pp. 18-23. (Detroit, Toledo & Ironton)

 

Lisman, F. J. "The Sad Romance of the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton." Railway Age, July 23, 1920, pp. 143-145.

 

Lotts, Catie. "Electric Avenues." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 50-55. (Interurbans)

 

Loving, Rush, Jr. "Michigan's Wacky Ride on the Little Railroad That Couldn't." Fortune, Oct. 23, 1978, pp. 42-44. (Michigan Northern)

---- “The Prize.”  Trains 66:7 (July 2006), 30-39. (Conrail)

 

Lyon, Ed. "The Merger That Was--But Never Was." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 29:11 (Dec. 1997), pp. 4-10. (C&O, Norfolk & Western)

 

Maddock, Don and Sinclair, Jim. "The History and Development of the Ann Arbor Railroad's Central Terminal." The Double A 18:1-2 (Spr.-Sum. 2002), pp. 3-44.

---- "The History and Development of the Ann Arbor Railroad's Central Terminal, parts 5 and 6."  The Double A  22:1-2 (Spr.-Sum. 2006), 5-45.

 

Mailer, Stanley H. "Mason Bogies, 3-per-cent-plus grades, a compound, an odd gauge, Camelbacks...." Trains, Aug. 1972, pp.29-36 (Calumet & Hecla)

 

Malone, Frank. "Grand Trunk: Good Track is Good Business." Railway Age, April 12, 1982, pp. 18-20.

---- "GTW-DTI: A Slow Transition to Avoid Merger Shock." Railway Age, June 30, 1980, pp. 38-42.

 

Mapes, Lynn G. "The Iron Horse." Grand Rapids, July 1975, pp. 21-24.

 

Martin, R. L. "History of the Wisconsin Central." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 54 (1941), pp. 1-170.

 

Massie, Larry. "Depot Dreams and Jerkwater Schemes." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 19-23.

 

McDonnell, Greg. "Detroit tunnel work puts carfloats out of business." Trains 54:8 (Aug. 1994), pp. 15-17.

---- "New St. Clair Tunnel bodes well for CN's Chicago corridor." Trains 55:7 (July 1995), pp. 14-15.

 

McGovern, M. J. "Cadillac and Northeastern Railway." Michigan Railfan, 48:7 (July 1987), pp. 6-7.

---- "Mitchell Brothers' Jennings & Northeastern Railway." Michigan Railfan, 49:9 (Sept. 1988), pp. 3, 7-9.

---- "The Missaukee Branch of the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad and the Sawmill and Logging Operations it Served." The Michigan Railfan, 53:4 (July-Aug. 1992), pp. 8-9.

---- "Manistee and Luther Railroad Company." GR&I Chap. PRRT&HS Newsletter, part I, 10:1 (Apr. 1997), pp. 5-16; part II, 10:2 (Oct. 1997), pp. 6-12; part III, 10:3 (Dec. 1997), pp. 7-16; part IV, 11:2 (June 1998), pp. 6-16; part V, 11:3 (Sept. 1998), pp. 5-18.

 

McHaney, Sharon E. "Riding the Rails." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 65-66. (Rails to trails)

 

McKee, Russell. "What Good is Mass Transit." Natural Resources, 42:5 (Sept. 1973), pp. 2-7.

 

McKinney, Kevin. "Rebirth of Michigan's Corrider." Passenger Train Journal,

13:8 (Jan. 1982), pp. 20-31.

 

McLaren, M. Bruce.  “Michigan Railroad Resorts and the Iron Horses That Gave Them Life.”  Chronicle 29:2 (Summer 2006), 19-22.  (Ann Arbor RR, Royal Frontenac Hotel)

----  “Wisconsin & Michigan Railroad and the Miscauno Inn.”  Chronicle 29:3 (Fall 2006), 21-24.

----  “The Keweenaw Central Railroad and the Crestview Resort and Casino.”  Chronicle 30:1 (Spring 2007), 19-22.

----  “The Detroit and Mackinac Railway’s Tawas Beach Flyer and the Tawas Beach Resort.”  Chronicle 30:2 (Summer 2007), 20-23.

 

McLeod, Richard. "History of the Wisconsin and Michigan Railway." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 118 (April 1968), pp. 4-68.

 

McMacken, David.  "History of the Ann Arbor Railroad in Alma."  The Double A, 20:1 (Fall 2004), 7-9.

 

Meints, Graydon M. "Michigan and Its Railroads: A Prologue." Chronicle, 19:2 (Summer 1983), pp. 4-7.

---- "A Short History of Railroads in Van Buren County." Historical Van Buren County, May 1987.

---- "Hillsdale, Saturday, October, 11, 1930." The Inside Track, 13:1 (Jan. 1982), pp. 3-10. (New York Central)

---- "Michigan's Main Line." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 12-19. (Michigan Central)

---- "Building the Ann Arbor Railroad." The Double A, part 1, 13:3 (Fall 1997), pp. 7-17; part 2, 13:4 (Winter 1998), pp.

---- "Race to Chicago." Railroad History, no. 183 (Autumn 2000), pp. 6-29. (Michigan Central, Michigan Southern)

---- "Overwhelmed with Good Fortune." Railroad History no. 188 (Spring 2003), pp. 60-71. (Grand Trunk Western)

---- "Race to the Straits."  South Shore Shorts Summer 2005, 1-4.  (Straits of Mackinac lines)

---- “The Fruit Belt Line: Southwest Michigan’s Failed Railroad.”  Michigan Historical Review 31:2 (Fall 2005), 117-148.

---- “Detroit’s First Big Industry: Railroad Cars.”  Chronicle 29:4 (Winter 2007), 6-12.

---- “On to Mackinaw!”  Chronicle 31:1 (Spring 2008), 6-10.  (Straits of Mackinac lines)

---- “The Hopkins Family Business.”  Chronicle 31:4 (Winter 2009), 7-11.  (Bear Lake & Eastern)

 

Merk, George P. "A Portrait [Profile] of Courage." Michigan History 87:1 (Jan.-Feb. 2003), pp. 28-39. (Russell A. Alger)

 

Meyers, Robert. "The St. Joseph Valley Railroad." Michigan History, 72:1 (Jan. 1988), pp. 24-30.

 

"The Michigan Central [Your Dearborn Heritage]." Dearborn Heritage, 26:3 (Summer 1986), p. 79.

 

"Michigan Mine Railroad." Railroad 50:1 (June 1942), pp. 77-80. (Detroit & Mackinac)

 

Middleton, William D. "Henry Ford and His Electric Locomotive." Trains, Sept. 1976, pp. 22-26. (Detroit, Toledo & Ironton)

 

Miller, William J. "The 'Polly Ann'--The Thumb's Railroad." The Inside Track, 5:5 (Nov. 1975), pp. 3-11. (Grand Trunk Western)

---- "The Detroit, Bay City & Western Railroad...." Michigan Railfan, 50:2 (Feb. 1989), pp. 3-4.

 

Million, Arthur B.. "The New Kalamazoo, Lake Shore & Chicago." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 20:2 (Feb. 1988), pp. 3-5.

---- "Pere Marquette Cranes." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 20:7 (July 1988), pp. 3-10.

---- "Pere Marquette's Wooden Passenger Car Fleet." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 20:10 (Oct. 1988), pp. 3-19.

---- . "Trains Huffed and Puffed But Never Got to Crash." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 25:1 (Jan. 1993), p. 7 (Muskegon, Mich.)

---- "Pere Marquette No. 1223." Railway and Locomotive Preservation, 42 (July-Aug. 1993), pp. 8-13. (Locomotive preservation)

---- "Pere Marquette Begins Test of Concrete Roadbed." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, part I, 26:3 (March 1994), pp. 3-9; part II, 26:5 (May 1994), pp. 4-6, 19, part III, 26:6 (June 1994), pp. 6-8

---- “100th Anniversary of Michigan’s Worst Railway Disaster, the Salem Wreck, July 20, 1907.” Pere Marquette Rails no. 23 (May 2007), 1-8.

---- "Transporting Autos in the Evans Auto-Loaders." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 27:2 (Feb. 1995), pp. 5-7,

---- "The Pere Marquettes." Pere Marquette Rails, 1 (Apr. 1996), pp. 1-8

---- "Introducing the Pere Marquettes." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 28:8 (Aug. 1996), pp. 3-12.

---- "Wreck at East Paris." Pere Marquette Rails no. 14 (Nov. 2002), pp. 3-8.

 

Mohowski, Bob. "Hail to the Chief." Railfan, April 1976, pp. 45-47. (Mackinac Transit Co. car ferry)

 

Moore, David C. "The Sting that Failed." Pere Marquette Tracks, July 1996, pp. 4-5. (Reprinted from South Lyon Hist. Socy. The Witch's Chatter, May and June 1995) (Zimmerman-Morgan era on PM)

 

Morgan, John M. "The Ashleys Build a Railroad." Northwest Ohio Quarterly, 30 (Spring 1958), pp. 82-99. (Ann Arbor)

---- "The Ann Arbor Strike of 1893." Northwest Ohio Quarterly 30:3 (Summer 1958), pp. 164-176.

 

Morrison, Neil F. "The Car Ferries, Lansdowne and Huron." Detroit Historical Society Bulletin, Jan. 1958, pp. 10-13.

 

Mueller, David L. "Ann Arbor Rails to South Lyon." The Ann Arbor Trail, 78:1 (1978), 4 pp.

---- "The Ann Arbor's Special Trains." The Ann Arbor Trail, part 1 79:2 (1979), pp. 5-6; part 2 79:3 (1979), pp. 6-8.

 

Murphy, Ared Maurice. "The Big Four Railroad in Indiana." Indiana Magazine of History, June-Sept. 1925, pp. 108-273.

 

Murray, Tom.  “World’s Best: Worst to First in 10 Years.”  Trains 62:11 (Nov. 2002), 32-45.

----  “The East After Conrail, Part 1.”  Trains 65:9 (Sept. 2005), 28-39. (CSX)

 

Nelson, Bruce C. "Farewell to the Ann Arbor and Grand Trunk." Railfan & Railroad, 12:11 (Nov. 1993), pp. 50-59.

 

Nelson, C. C. "Wisconsin & Michigan Railroad." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 116 (April 1967), pp. 5-23.

 

Olds, Fred C. "Mackinaw Division." Railroad, Oct. 1952, pp. 14-33. (Michigan Central)

---- "Michigan's Lumber Pikes." Railroad, July 1953, pp. 50-69.

---- "Michigan's Iron Cobweb." Railroad History, no. 129 (Oct. 1973), pp. 18-34. (Pere Marquette)

---- "Rails to the Resorts: The Detroit & Mackinac Summer Service." The Inside Track, 9:5 (Nov. 1978), pp. 1-6.

---- "Petoskey - Northern Michigan Commuter Capital." The Inside Track, 10:3 (May 1979), pp. 3-6.

---- "Last Log Train to Jennings." The Inside Track, 11:2 (March 1980), pp. 3-5.

---- "Michigan's First Logging Line: A New Claim." The Inside Track, 7:5 (Nov. 1977), pp. 19-20.

 

Oom, Maria "The South Shore's Last Decade." South Shore Shorts, June 2001. (Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic)

 

Oom, Robert A. ["Passenger train service on Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic"] the Soo, 13:3 (July 1991), pp. 40-42.

----, ed. "The South Shore Today." the Soo, 16:2 (Spring 1994), pp. 3-49.

 

Ouillette, Peter D. "A Soo South Shore Saga: the Story of Reviving Railroad Service on the Keweenaw Peninsula." The Soo, 21:3 (Summer 1999), pp. 28-35.

 

Parker, Jack. "Michigan's Backyard Railroad." Inside Michigan, Dec. 1957, pp. 25-27 (Detroit & Mackinac)

 

Parkins, A. E. "The Railroads, Industries, and Distribution of Population of Michigan." Journal of Geography, 10 (Oct. 1911), pp. 38-44.

 

Paxson, Frederic L. "The Railroads of the 'Old Northwest' Before the Civil War." Wisconsin Academy of Science, Arts and Letters Proceedings, no. 17 (1914), pp. 243-274.

 

Percival, John T. "Railroads in Ottawa County." M.P.H.C., vol. 9 (1886), pp. 270-280.

 

Pere Marquette Ry. "Agreement of Merger into Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co." Pere Marquette Rails, 3 (Apr. 1997), pp. 1-9. (Document text abridged)

 

Pfeiffer, David A. "Researching Railroad Records at the National Archives ...." R&LHS Newsletter 19:2 (Spr. 1998), pp. 5-6.

 

Pinkepank, Jerry. "Crossing Over Jordan." Trains, Jan. 1962, pp. 22-24. (East Jordan & Southern)

---- "A Tale of Two Tunnels." Trains, Sept. 1964, pp. 36-44 (St. Clair River); Oct. 1964, pp. 40-47 (Detroit River, Michigan Central)

---- "Unretarded Progress." Trains, Jan. 1963, pp. 18-27. (Grand Trunk Western, Battle Creek)

---- "GTW: Without a doubt, a separate personality."  Classic Trains, 5:2 (Summer 2004), 14-17.

 

Pletz, William C. "The Railroad That Went No Place...." The Inside Track, 10:5 (Nov. 1979), pp. 3-7; 11:1 (Jan. 1980), pp. 3-6. (Detroit, Toledo & Ironton)

---- "DTI: A Railroad Link Between the Ohio and Detroit Rivers." GT Reporter, 15 (July-Aug. 1980).

 

"Rails Across Lake Michigan." The Double A, 1:2 (1985), pp. 4-6. (Reprint of article, Railway Age, March 3, 1952.)

 

Rapp, William F. "A Short History of the Ann Arbor Railroad." Railway History Monograph, 3:1.

 

[Railroads in Niles] Niles Daily Start, March 25, 1961., p. 4.

 

Ransom, W. C. "The Railroads of Michigan" in The Semi-Centennial of the Admission of the State of Michigan into the Union. Michigan Commission for the Semi-Centennial Celebration, pp. 183-185. Detroit: Detroit Free Press, 1886.

 

Rector, William G. "Railroad Logging in the Lake States." Michigan History, 36:4 (Dec. 1952), pp. 351-362.

 

Reddy, William L. "Pere Marquette Canada Division." Pere Marquette Tracks, Mar, 1997, pp. 6-7.

 

Rich, Stuart M. "Michigan Railroad Employment and its Decline Since 1977." The Small City and Regional Communities: Proceedings of 1992 Conference. Western Michigan University, vol. 10, pp. 246-262.

 

Riddering, Don. "The Railroad Comes to Salem." Salem Area Historical Socy. Historical Monograph 1, May 1987.

---- "The Great Salem Wreck." Salem Area Historical Socy. Historical Monograph VII, 1991.

 

Roth, Andrew. "The Marquette Hill." the Soo, 14:2 (April 1992), pp. 26-32.

---- "The Copper Country Limited." the Soo, 15:2 (Spring 1993), pp. 32-39.

---- "Kichi, Michigan." The Soo, 19:4 (Fall 1997), pp. 34-44.

 

Rothwell, John W. "Michigan Railroads." The Timetable Collector 95 (Fall 2001). (Michigan timetables)

---- "Railway Mail Service on the Pere Marquette, 1900-1947." Pere Marquette Rails no. 13 (May 2002), pp. 3-20.

---- "Pere Marquette Timetables."  Pere Marquette Rails no. 17 (May 2004), 3-23.

---- "The Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad."  The Timetable Collector  No. 108 (Winter 2004-2005).  (Timetables)

---- and Hannah, Kent.  “Michigan Central Railroad--Chicago’s Forgotten Rail Route to the East.”  The Timetable Collector no. 115 (Fall 2006).

 

Rupley, Richard M.  “The Great Train Robbery.’  Michigan History 91:2 (Mar.-Apr. 2007), 10-15. (Mineral Range)

 

Scheiber, Harry N. "Urban Rivalry and Internal Improvements." Ohio History, 71 (1962), pp. 227-239.

 

Schneider, Paul D. "Ferry Tales . . . and Tribulations." Trains 51:4 (Feb. 1991), pp. 10-18. (Michigan-Wisconsin car ferry)

 

Schramm, Jack and Ken.  “A Brief D.S.R. History.´ Michigan Railfan  67:2 (March-April 2006), 6-7.

 

Schultz, Robert E. "The Bridges on the River St. Joe." Pere Marquette Tracks, July 1996, p. 3.

 

Shuster, Phil.  “Saginaw Division, 1969.”  Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine 41:1-2 (Winter 2009), 48-55.

 

Scribbins, Jim. "Ore Hauler." Trains 14:12 (Dec. 1954) pp.54-57.  (Lake Superior & Ishpeming)

 

Sears, Marian V. "A Michigan Bureaucrat Promotes the State's Economic Growth: George F. Porter Sells Michigan's Central Railroad to Eastern Capitalists." Explorations in Entrepreneural History, 3 (1965-1966), pp. 200-217.

 

Seavoy, Ronald E. "Borrowed Laws to Speed Development: Michigan, 1835-1863." Michigan History, 59:1-2 (March 1975), pp. 38-68.

 

Segar, Ned. The Detroit-Grand Rapids Division of the Pere Marquette." Pere Marquette Rails, 9 (May 2000), pp. 3-8. (Reprinted from Chesapeake & Ohio Lines Magazine, Aug. 1939)

 

Shade, William E. "The Background of the Michigan Free Banking Law." Michigan History, 52:3 (Sept. 1968), pp. 229-244. (Railroad banks)

---- "Banks and Politics in Michigan, 1835-1845: A Reconsideration." Michigan History, 57:1 (March 1973), pp. 28-52. (Railroad banks)

 

Shaver, Carl W. "Coal on the Pere Marquette." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, ??, pp. 10-12.

 

Shedd, Tom. "AA: The Customer Is Priority One." Modern Railroads, Jan. 1989, pp. 23-26. (Ann Arbor)

 

Shoemaker, Michael. "Historical Sketch of the City of Jackson, Mich." M.P.H.C., vol. 2 (1877-78), pp. 217-319, 343-346.

 

"Short Lines Keep Michigan on Steel Wheels." [Canadian National] MOVIN, Autumn 1997, pp. 12-14.

 

"Sidelights on Early Michigan Railroads." Michigan History, 8 (1924), pp. 392-401.

 

Simonaitis, Darwin F. "Rails East, Water West from Ludington." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 13:7 (July 1981), pp. 4-10.

 

Simonson, Mark. "Lake Superior & Ishpeming." CTC Board, Jan. 1990, pp. 24-37.

 

Skidmore, Howard. "Young's Young Men - and Old." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, part I, 24:2 (Feb. 1992), pp. 6-10; part II, 24:3 (March 1992), pp. 3-9.

 

"Slices in Time." North Western Lines, 25:1 (Winter 1998), pp. 51-80. (Chicago & North Western corporate chronology)

 

Sloan, Jean. "Durand's Durable Depot." Chronicle, 19:2 (Summer 1983), pp.24-29.

 

Smith, Douglas N. W. "The St. Clair Tunnel 100th Anniversary." Canadian Rail No. 426, Jan.-Feb. 1992, pp. 3-23.

 

Smith, Jeffrey S., ed.  “The Life and Times of Big Blue.”  NRHS Bulletin 70:Winter (2005), 3-39 (Conrail)

 

Smith, Jesse J. "The Campaign Train of President George Bush." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, part I, 24:11 (Nov. 1992), pp. 6-11; part II, 24:12 (Dec. 1992), pp. 4-10.

 

Smith, Michael O. "The City as State: Franchises, Politics, and Transit Development in Detroit, 1863-1879." Michigan Historical Review, 23:1 (Spring 1997), pp. 1-32.

 

"The South Shore Today." The Soo, 16:2 (Spr. 1994), pp. 3-47. (Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic lines)

 

Specht, Ray. "The Milwaukee & Northern." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 121 (Oct. 1969), pp. 1-31.

---- "Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western." R&LHS Bulletin, no. 121 (Oct. 1969), pp. 35-72.

 

Springer, George T.  “Old Forest Railroads: Nahma & Northern Railway and the Garden Bay Railway Company.”  Soo Liner (July-Sept. 1959), 15, 25, 29.

----  “Old Forest Railroads: The Manistique Railway.”  Soo Liner (Oct.-Dec. 1959), 15, 23-24.

----  “Lake Michigan and Superior Railroad.”  Soo Liner (Jan.-Mar. 1960), 12, 19).

 

Stahl, Greg.  "Marquette Iron Range Ore Operations."  South Shore Shorts, Apr. 2004.

 

Staring, Charles P. "Hazen S. Pingree: Another Forgotten Eagle." Michigan History, 32:3 (June 1948), pp. 129-149.

 

Stegmeier, Harry, Jr. "The Short and Sometimes Happy Life of the 'Mohawk'." The Inside Track, 3:5 (Nov. 1973.), pp. 1-2, 6. (Grand Trunk Western)

---- "The Train of Tomorrow: The Mercury." The Inside Track, 8:4 (Sept. 1977), pp. 3-6; 8:5 (Nov. 1977), pp. 3-5.

---- "The Mercury." Passenger Train Journal, Oct. 1987, pp. 18-27.

 

Stephens, Bill.

---- "Conrail, Unconsolidated." Trains, 58:9 (Sept. 1998), pp. 24-27.

---- "Automotive Artery." Trains 56:1 (Jan. 1996), pp. 42-55. (Wabash)

 

Stevens, John F. "Am Engineer's Recollections: Winter Work on the South Shore Railroad." the Soo, 13:3 (July 1991), pp. 48-50 (excerpt from book of same title, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1939)

 

Stevens, Sherman. "The Building of the Pontiac Railroad." M.P.H.C., 13 (1888), pp. 484-486.

---- "Sketch of Early Pioneer Life." M.P.H.C., 7 (1886), pp. 93-98. (Detroit & Pontiac)

 

Stimson, Glen K. "Rail Growth of Michigan's Capital City." Michigan History, 4:3-4 (July-Oct. 1921), pp. 461-492.

 

Stover, John F. "Iron Roads in the Old Northwest: The Railroads and the Growing Nation" in Transportation and the Early Nation: Papers Presented at an Indiana American Revolution Bicentennial Symposium. Indianapolis: Indiana Hist. Socy., 1982, pp. 135-156.

 

Strum, John. "If Not Toledo..Havre." Michigan History, 72:1 (Jan.-Feb. 1988), pp. 44-47.

 

Swartz, William. "The Wabash Railroad." Railroad History, no. 133 (Oct. 1975), pp. 5-30.

 

Sywassink, Don. "Álma and Edmore in the 1950s." Pere Marquette Rails, 6 (Oct. 1998), pp. 3-12.

 

Tamlin, Tim. "Distinctive Durand." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 68-69.

 

Telfer, Richard G. "Glimpses of Early Transportation in Washtenaw County." Michigan History, 33:4 (Dec. 1949), pp. 323-327.

 

Thompson, Kenneth A. "U. S. to Canada." Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Magazine, 34:3 (March 2002), pp. 12-15. (Reprint of article (C&O) Tracks, May 1956.) (Pere Marquette Detroit River crossing)

 

Threkeld, Robert D. "A Pow-Wow with the Chief." NRHS Bulletin, 41:6 (1976), pp. 12-17. (Mackinac Transportation car ferry)

 

Trap, Paul. "1223 Finds a Home." The Grand River Valley Review, no. 3 (Fall-Winter 1981), pp. 22-27. (Pere Marquette, Chesapeake & Ohio)

---- "Two Sisters." Chronicle, 19:2 (1983), pp. 34-37. (Pere Marquette locos.)

---- "Foreign Railroads in Michigan: 1857-1893." The Old Northwest: Journal of Regional Life and Letters, 13:4 (Winter 1986), pp. 371-397.

---- "The Detroit & Pontiac Railroad." Railroad History, no. 168 (Spring 1993), pp. 17-50.

---- "Rails Across the Water." Michigan History, 77:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1993), pp. 24-30. (Lake Michigan car ferry service)

 

Treppa, Allan R. "The 'Ypsi-Ann'--Michigan's First Interurban. Detroit in Perspective, 1:3 (Spring 1973), pp. 191-201.

 

Uckley, John. "Tracing History Along the Old Road." Rail Classics, March 1983, pp. 48-53, 60-71. (New York Central)

---- "Coal into Kilwatts." Rail Classics, Nov. 1983, pp. 54-66. (Detroit Edison rail movements)

---- "Railroad Third Degree." Rail Classics, Sept. 1984, pp. 12-17. (Port Huron & Detroit)

---- "To Be, or Not To Be." Rail Classics, March 1985, pp. 51-63. (Ann Arbor)

---- "Back Door to Michigan." Rail Classics, May 1985, pp. 30-37, 54-57. (Detroit, Toledo & Ironton)

---- "Railroads Across the Waters." Rail Classics, Nov. 1985, pp. 8-17.

---- "Hundred Year Tunnel." Rail Classics, Feb. 1990, pp. 24-27, 57-65. (St. Clair River tunnel)

---- "From Horseflesh to Horsepower." Rail Classics, 7:1 (Jan. 1978}, pp. 58-69. (NYC in Lenawee county)

---- "Island Depot." Rail Classics, 8:4 (July 1979), pp. 64-71, 79-81. (Grosse Ile)

---- “Genius at the Junction.”  Rail Classics 9:2 (March 1980), 68-75.  (Thomas Edison)

 

Underwood, Thomas L., Jr. "A Survey of the C&O and Predecessor Lines in Michigan." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 17:11 (Nov. 1975), pp. 6-12. (Pere Marquette, Chesapeake & Ohio)

---- "A Survey of C&O Lines in Canada." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 17:12 (Dec. 1975), p. 4 (Pere Marquette, Chesapeake & Ohio)

 

VanCleve, F. H. "Railroads of Delta County." Michigan History, 6:2-3 (1922), pp. 460-475.

---- "An Early View of the C&NW in Delta County." North Western Lines, 8:3 (1981), pp. 6-11. (Chicago & North Western)

 

Vande Vusse, Bob. "The Depots of Holland, Michigan." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 24:6 (June 1992), pp. 6-9.

---- "Setting the Standard: The Centennial of the Pere Marquette (15)" Pere Marquette Rails, 2 (Oct. 1996), pp.1-7.

---- "The Pere Marquette/C&O Fleet." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 29:10 (Nov. 1997), pp. 3-11.

 

Viekman, William K. "How to Own and Operate a Short Line." Trains, Feb. 1980, pp. 20-26. (Cadillac & Lake City)

 

Volgenau, Gerald. "I Know I Can, I Know I Can." Detroit Free Press, March 25, 1979, pp. 8-15. (Michigan Northern)

 

Vrooman, Robert L. "Hudson, Michigan Station, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern RR." Central Headlight, 26:1 (1st Q, 1996), pp. 20-27.

 

Wakefield, Lawrence [Larry]. "The Day Coal Cars Ran Wild Through TC." The Double A, 2:3 (1986), pp. 8-11.

---- "The Railroad Comes to Traverse City."  The Fishing Line 17:4 (Dec. 2004), 3-4.

 

Warrick, Robert I.  “Ann Arbor Rode the Waves to Success.”  Classic Trains 9:3 (Fall 2008), 16-19.

 

“WC Chooses a Future Without Burkhardt.”  Trains 59:10 (Oct. 1999), 18-19. (Wisconsin Central)

 

Welton, Jim. "The Port of Gladstone." The Soo, part 1, 25:3 (Summer 2003), pp. 28-32; part 2, 25:4 (Fall 2003), pp. 8-19.

 

Wilhelm, Robert D. "A History of Chessie in Michigan's Livingston County and Environs." Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Magazine, 30:2 (Feb. 1998), pp. 3-9.

 

[Williams, Anthony M.] "History in a Trunk-Grand Trunk." GT Reporter, Nov. 1978, pp. 2-8.

 

Wilson, Dale and Cleary, Mike. "What's At the Saults (Beside the Locks)." The Inside Track, 12:3 (May 1981), pp. 3-12. (Sault Ste. Marie railroads)

---- "Ann Arbor Number 3." AARRT&HA Newsletter, 1985:1, pp. 3-8.

 

Winslow, Jim. "Employee Timetables for the GR&I/PRR Line in Michigan and Indiana." The Fishing Line 15:1 (April 2002), pp. 3-4.

 

Wise, Bob. "The Tuscola & Saginaw Bay." Railfan, March 1986, pp. 38-47.

 

Wood, Frances. "Steam Traavels Bids Grand Rapids Farewell." Michigan History, 44:1 (March 1960), pp. 75-81. (Grand Trunk Western)

 

Woodford, John P. "People Movers 'Acoming'." Natural Resources, 42:6 (Nov. 1973), pp. 10-13.

 

Worthington, Samuel P. "Michigan's Interurbans." NRHS Bulletin, 27 (1962), pp. 6-14.

 

Wright, Augustine W. "The First Chicago Railroad." North Western Lines, 25:1 (Winter 1998), pp. 14-17.

 

Wyllie, Cleland B. "Route of the Freight 400's." Trains, 7:3 (Jan. 1947), pp. 14-25. (Grand Trunk Western)

---- "The Grand Trunk Main Line - and How It Got That Way." The Inside Track, 2:5 (Sept. 1972), pp. 1-2, 6.

---- "A Trunkful of History." The Inside Track, 10:1 (Jan. 1979), pp. 3-11. (Grand Trunk Western)

 

Zimmerman, Karl. "Red Sky at Morning for Chessie's Boats." Passenger Train Journal, Jan. 1980, pp. 24-31 (Chesapeake & Ohio car ferries)

---- "Renaissance on the Ann Arbor." Passenger Train Journal, Feb. 1980, pp. 24-31. (Ann Arbor car ferries)

---- "A Miracle in Mackinac." Passenger Train Journal, March 1980, pp. 36-41. (Mackinac Transportation Co. car ferry)

---- "Where U. P. Means Ore and Alcos: Railroading in Michigan's Upper Peninsula." Railroads Illustrated, 1:4 (Summer 1981), pp. 8-14; 2:1 (Fall 1981), pp. ??. (E&LS; LS&I, C&NW)

---- "The Badger is Back." Railfan & Railroad, 12:10 (Oct. 1993), pp. 46-51.

 


PART 5. UNPUBLISHED DISSERTATIONS, MANUSCRIPTS. -  Back to:  Top | Cross Index

Barton, Richard H. Michigan Railroad Regulation: A Historical Treatment. M.A., Michigan State Univ., 1948.

---- The Agrarian Revolt in Michigan. Ph. D., Michigan State Univ., 1958.

 

Benison, Saul. Railroads, Lands and Iron: A Phase in the Career of Lewis Henry Morgan. Ph.D., Columbia Univ., 1954.

 

Bernot, Clarence F. Michigan Railroads, 1837-1846: A Study in Internal Improvements. M.A., Michigan State Univ., 1967.]

 

Burns, Mary R. A Comparative Study of Four Railroad Reorganizations: CGW, C&NW, CMStP&P, MSSP&SSM. Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, 1948.

 

Camm, Robert Wendell. History of the Great Western Railway. M. A., Univ. of Western Ontario, 1947.

 

Carlson, Bruce W. The Amboy, Lansing and Traverse Bay Railroad. M.A., Central Michigan Univ., 1972.

 

Gaffney, Thomas J.  "The Changing Role of the Railroad and its Effect on the Thumb Region of Michigan."  M.A., Clemson Univ., 1999.

 

Hansen, Walter Jacob. State Aid to Railroads in Michigan During the Early Statehood Period. Ph.D., Univ. of Michigan, 1941.

 

Hayes, Volanda. An Analysis of a Century of Change in the Transportation System of Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1850-1950. M.A. research, Dept. of

Geography, Michigan State Univ., 1972.

 

Hedrick, Wilbur O. The History of Railroad Taxation in Michigan. Ph.D., Univ. of Michigan, 1909.

 

Hoffenbacher, Harold B. Michigan Internal Improvements, 18386-1846. M.A., Wayne State Univ., 1937.

 

Holihan, Glen G. The Flint-Corunnna Interurban R. R. M.A., Michigan State Univ., 1916.

 

Ivey, Paul W. The Pere Marquette Railroad Company. Ph.D., Univ. of Michigan, 1917.

 

Kubicki, Dale L. An Early Intracounty Railroad Network and the Development of Fruit Culture, Van Buren County, Michigan. M.A., Western Michigan Univ., 1969.

 

Laning, Paul F. "History of the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad in Ohio." M.A., Ohio State Univ., 1938.

 

Martin, Evan S. Preliminary Survey of the Electric Railway Between Lansing and Grand Ledge. M.A., Michigan State Univ., 1908.

 

McClintock, William R., Jr. Early Railroad Regulation in Michigan: 1850-1863. Ph.D., Univ. of Wyoming, 1976.

 

Morgan, Edward James. Sources of Capital for Railroads in the Old Northwest before the Civil War. Ph.D., Univ. of Wisconsin, 1964.

 

Mussman, Robert. James Couzens and the Detroit United Railway. M.A., Wayne State Univ., 1977.]

 

Nybeck, Ernest W. Interurban Transportation in Michigan. M.A., Wayne State Univ., 1938.

 

O'Geran, Edward G. A History of Detroit Street Railways. Ph.D., Univ. of Michigan, 1931.

 

Parks, Robert J. Democracy's Railroads: Internal Improvements in Michigan, 1825-1846. Ph.D., Michigan State Univ., 1968.

 

Reagan, Gerald M. The State Railroad Program in Michigan as a Public Issue, 1834-1846. M.A., Western Michigan Univ., 1959.

 

Rush, Carleton, Kenneth. A History of Railroads in Michigan to 1925. M.A., Michigan State Univ., 1947.

 

Scott, Thomas William. Lake Michigan Trainferries and their Freight Traffic. Ph.D., Univ. of Illinois, 1957.

 

Shim, Kyung Sik. Railroads and Development in the Midwest: Battle Creek as a Case Study. M.A., Michigan State Univ., 1989.

 

Smith, Ernest F. A Complete Railroad Survey. M. A., Michigan State College, 1904.

 

Stroup, Donald. The Manistee and Northeastern. M.A., Western Michigan Univ., 1963?

 

Teal, Sheridan. The Michigan Central Railroad, 1832-1846. M.A., Wayne State Univ., 1947.

 

Young, Cyrus W. Transportation Network Development: The Railroad Network of Southern Michigan. Ph.D., Michigan State Univ., 1970.

 

 


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