How is citizenship defined during the statehood era?
This series of stories focuses on how white settlers, Anishnaabe People, and African Americans navigated, negotiated, and defined citizenship during the statehood era. This series is part of Michiganology’s Statehood Era Subject and supports the compelling question, “How did people who live in and came to Michigan impact change during the statehood era?”
Most wars leave people hurt or dead, and cause much damage. However, the Toledo War was an exception. It was not an official war. No one died in the war and there was little damage. Michigan and Ohio waged this war in 1835 over a… Read More