Conservation and Environmentalism Movements in Michigan
Selected Published Works
Dams provide hydropower, but also drain waterways. Tioga River,
Tioga County, MI, 1973. Folder "Photographs, 'Stream Killers,' 1974."
Ben East papers, Box 3.
This listing is a sampling of the published material availabe in the Bentley's holdings. To retrieve additional results, please search the MIRLYN catalog.
- Egginton, Joyce. The poisoning of Michigan. 1980. New York: Norton.
- Eldridge, Judith. James Oliver Curwood: God's country and the man. 1993. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State University Popular Press.
- Foster, Helen and Helen Wallin, eds. 1921-1946: Twenty-five years of conservation in Michigan.1960. Michigan Department of Conservation. Lansing: Office of Information and Education.
- Michigan Environmental Protection Bureau, Toxics Strategy Committee. Management of toxic substances: Report of the Toxics Strategy Committee. 1985. Lansing: Michigan Deptartment of Natural Resources.
- National Sanitation Foundation. A report on sewage disposal problems. Prepared for the Supervisors Inter-County Committee by the National Sanitation Foundation. 1964. Ann Arbor: National Sanitation Foundation, Board of Consultants.
- Petersen, Eugene T. The history of wildlife conservation in Michigan, 1859-1921. 1952. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.
- Sparhawk, William N. The economic aspects of forest destruction in northern Michigan. 1929. Washington D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
- Sproule-Jones, Mark. Restoration of the Great Lakes: Promises, practices, performances. 2002. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.
- Wilbur Smith and Associates. Environmental and economic impact of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore: Prepared for Benzie County Planning Commission, Leelanau County Planning Commission. 1973. Columbia, S.C.: Wilbur Smith and Associates.
Miners Castle at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Folder "Environment." Philip A. Hart papers, Box 272.
- Action issue. West Michigan Environmental Action Council (Grand Rapids, MI).
- Activist. Detroit Group of the Sierra Club (Royal Oak, MI).
- Ann Arbor conservation notes. University of Michigan, School of Forestry and Conservation (Ann Arbor, MI).
- Biennial report of the state game and fish warden. Michigan Department of State (Lansing, MI).
- Bulletin. Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition (Houghton, MI).
- Downriver digest. Downriver Citizens for a Safe Environment (Wyandotte, MI).
- Duck Lake quack. Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 3605 (Watersmeet, MI).
- Ecology Reports. Ecology Center of Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor, MI).
- ENACT Ecology Reports. Environmental Action for Survival (Ann Arbor, MI).
- FEAT letter: a publication for members of the Flint Environmental Action Team and FEAT Foundation. The FEAT Foundation (Flint, MI).
- Great Lakes wetlands. Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council (Conway, MI).
- Heron tracks. Seven Ponds Nature Center (Dryden, MI).
- Michigan earth beat. Michigan Student Environmental Confederation (Lansing, MI).
- Natural area preservation news. Natural Area Preservation, City of Ann Arbor Department of Parks and Recreation (Ann Arbor, MI).
- Survival: Muskegon's environmental reporter. Muskegon Environmental Coalition (Muskegon, MI).
- Thumb Bioregional Alliance newsletter. Thumb Bioregional Alliance (Rochester Hills, MI).
- The Upper Peninsula environment. Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition (Houghton, MI).
- Watershed news & views. Saginaw Bay Watershed Council (University Center, MI).
Summer conservation workshop,
July 1953. Folder "Workshops,
Summer, 1953-1956." Richard L.
Weaver papers, Box 6.
Maps of Interest
- Ann Arbor Department of Parks and Recreation. 1978. 1978 public park and recreation land. Ann Arbor: Department of Parks and Recreation.
- Les Cheneaux Chamber of Commerce. [193-]. The famous Les Cheneaux Islands where nature climaxed its wonder-work for the vacationist. Hessel: Les Cheneaux Chamber of Commerce.
- Michigan Department of Conservation, Land Economic Survey. 1924. Farm-forest map of Alpena County. Lansing: Land Economic Survey.
- Michigan Department of Conservation. 1927. Wilderness State Park and wild life sanctuary, formerly Emmet State Game Refuge. Lansing: Michigan Department of Conservation.
- Michigan Natural Areas Council. 1954. Porcupine Mountains State Park: Recommended natural areas. Lansing: Michigan Natural Areas Council.
- Nature Conservancy (U.S.). 1950. Grand Haven duneland. Nature Conservancy.
- Save Grand Mere. 1967. How can the desecration of the Grand Mere dunes, lakes and woods be justified! Stevensville: Save Grand Mere.
- United States National Park Service. 1961. Boundary map, proposed Pictured Rocks National Recreation Area. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service.
- United States National Park Service. 1966. Alternate wilderness proposal, Isle Royale National Park. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service.
- United States National Park Service. ca. 1970. General development plan [map]. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service.
- Wright, Morgan H. 1913. Mackinac Island, Michigan, state park and private claims: surveyed and mapped under the direction of the Mackinac Island State Park Commission. Michigan: Mackinac Island State Park Commission.
General Development Plan for Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Developed by Rachael Dreyer, Graduate Reference Assistant, June 2009.