Fish For All: An Oral History of Multiple Claims and Divided Sentiment on Lake Michigan
The contentious claims of groups seeking to use Lake Michigan's fisheries resources were at the centre of modern America's emerging environmental politics in the middle of the 20th century. This text contextualizes the shared experiences that shape each group's collective memory.
Michigan State University Press
Environmental Sciences | History
Citation for published book
Cantu, D. Antonio., and Wilson J. Warren. Teaching History in the Digital Classroom / D. Antonio Cantu and Wilson J. Warren ; with Contributions by John R. Barber [and Others]. 2003. Print. History, Humanities, and New Technology.
Chiarappa, Michael C. and Szylvian, Kristin M., "Fish For All: An Oral History of Multiple Claims and Divided Sentiment on Lake Michigan" (2003). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 411.