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Karen L. Marrero

Karen L. Marrero is Assistant Professor of early North American History at Wayne State University. She is a comparative and transnational historian of the United States and Canada whose work examines interactions between seventeenth-, eighteenth-, and early nineteenth-century Indigenous peoples and Euro-Americans in the Great Lakes. 

Detroit's Hidden Channels

The Power of French-Indigenous Families in the Eighteenth Century

Karen L. Marrero (Author)

A study of the integral role of early French and Indigenous kinship networks in Detroit’s development as a site of singular political and economic importance in the continental interior.