Public HistorianAcademicUniversity of MichiganMichigan Person Frederick Clever Bald was a professor of history and director of the Michigan Historical Collections at the University of Michigan.
A biography is located at the Bentley Historical Library where also his papers are stored.
Parents were Frederick William Bald II and Elizabeth (Krise) Bald. They had three sons: Frederick Clever, Milton Stover, and Frederick William III. The family emigrated from Berleburg, Germany, to Mercersburg, PA.
Bald, Frederick Clever. "Fort Miamis, Outpost of Empire." Northwest Ohio Quarterly Wayne's Campaign, 1794.
Bald, F. Clever. Gabriel Richard, the First Vice-president of the University of Michigan. 1948.
The Michigan Historical Collections of the University of Michigan. F. Clever Bald. Bulletin, no. 3 (December 1948) 15 pages. Revised August 1951 and June 1956.
F. Clever Bald, A Portrait of Anthony Wayne: Painted from Life Jean Pierre Henri Elouis Clements Library, University of Michigan, 1948 - Detroit (Mich.) - 15 pages
The Algonquin Club of Detroit and Windsor. Edited by Dominic P. Paris
Bald, F. Clever. The Great Fire of 1805. Illustrated by Charles Acker, edited by Joe L. Norris. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1951.
Bald, F. Clever. The Sault Canal Through 100 Years, Sault Ste Marie, Michigan. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1954.
Bald, F. Clever. Detroit's First American Decade, 1796 to 1805. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1967.
Bald, F. Clever. Michigan in Four Centuries. New York: Harper, 1954.
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