By Chin-Li Wang, Nan E. Johnson, Ching-Li Wang
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As is true for extractive industries in many other remote rural areas, the scale of economic organization and the level of decisionmaking have risen up and out from this pulp-logging county. For a large part of its carly period, the paper mill in Ontonagon County was fundamentally a local business with local investors or was controlled by a middle-sized concern in nearby Wisconsin. Local farm families could supplement their household incomes by selling specially selected trees off their lands, which they felled and drug themselves to the roadside.
Wang concludes that the expatriation of jobs in the global automotive industry headquartered in Michigan caused net outmigration not only from the metro and their adjacent nonmetro counties in the SLP, but also from the nonadjacent nonmetro counties in the UP. As such, Wang's work shows that nonmetropolitan population gains from inmigration reflect only a new mode of regionalization controlled by decisionmakers in the metropolitan centers. A companion chapter by Rathge (chap. 8) analyzes the content and the placement of articles published in a weekly newspaper during the 1970s that interpret the social impacts of rapid population growth in a nonmetro county in Michigan's NLP.
This seizure has been made possible by a tight interweaving of women's farm and home production (Vanek 1980). Farm women not only work in crops, but also tend gardens, raise small animals, process foods, and make clothes or crafts for their families' own consumption; their surplus can be sold for cash to buy other goods that women cannot produce on the farm-home. As far back as 1915, 80 percent of the expenses to provision a farm-home in Michigan were covered by the cash earned by the farm wife (Bailey and Snyder 1921).