Empire builders: how Michigan entrepreneurs helped make America great
Examines the impact of entrepreneurs on the history of Michigan by analyzing the various industries that were developed during the nineteenth century.
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Vultures' Picnic: A Tale Of Oil, High Finance and Investigative Reporting...
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Will Kellogg and the Cornflake Crusade
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