Polish Americans in Michigan

Selected Published Sources


The original Polish settlement

The core of the original Polish Settlement on the East Side, Detroit.
Stanley Mackun, "The changing patterns of Polish settlements in the Greater Detroit area: geographic study of the assimilation of an ethnic group," 1964, p.122, Fig.3.
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In this section of the guide you will find the selected primary and secondary printed sources held at the Bentley Library. The primary printed works, which contain evidence left by contemporaries, include Polish newspapers, periodicals, and various publications of organizations and societies. The secondary printed sources, primarily books, supplement the library's manuscript and archive collections and provide an overview of the history of Polish Americans in Michigan.
To retrieve additional publications, please search the MIRLYN catalog. Select the "Word(s) anywhere" search field and type "Polish". In the advanced search mode, you may limit your search to books or serials (all) or journals and newspapers only.


Published Primary Sources


Business / Polish-American Chamber of Commerce Michigan


Citizen, The (Hamtramck, Mich.: 1939)


Dziennik polski =The Polish daily.


E-newsletter


Eaglet, The


Echo-Młodzieży


[Friends of Polish Art publications collection]


Informator Polonijny: książka adresowo-telefoniczna Chicago z przedmieściami = Polish phone book: Chicago and Detroit.


Polish daily news =Dziennik Polski


Polish eaglet.


Polish times = Czas Polski.


Polish weekly, The =Tygodnik Polski.


Polka news, The


Tygodnik=Polish weekly.
Tygodnik świat polski.


Published Secondary Sources