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Wisconsin Off the Beaten Path
By Martin Hintz and Daniel Hintz. Uncover secluded hideaways in Wisconsin. Check out a 67-foot-high tree made of wagon wheels; view the world's largest four-sided clock, the biggest penny, and most massive loon; and wander among 200 concrete statues of cowboys, Native Americans, animals, and other items at Wisconsin Concrete Park in Phillips. Tired of the same old tourist traps? Take the road less traveled and discover the hidden attractions, unique finds, and unusual locales other guidebooks just don't offer. Off the Beaten Path features the things you'd want to see--if only you knew about them! From the best in local dining to quirky cutlural tidbits, you'll say over and over again: "I didn't know that!" Whether you're a visitor or a local looking for something different, let Wisconsin Off the Beaten Path show you the Badger State you never knew existed. Hunt for the Cornish Knockers at the Badger Mine Museum, pay a visit to the Houdini Historical Center in Appleton, or see the world's largest muskie soaring above the trees at Hayward's National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame. So if you've "been there, done that" one too many times, get off the main road and venture Off the Beaten Path. Paperback. 6" x 9". 208 pages.
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Wisconsin Travel Companion, A Guide to History along Wisconsin's Highways
By Richard Olsenius and Judy A Zerby. Due to popular demand, this classic guide to the highways and back roads of Wisconsin is back in print. The unique purpose behind this previously hard-to-find travel companion is to explore the history of towns along the most well-traveled highways of this state. The reader will learn the stories behind the road signs—not only why towns formed where they did and how they were named, but also local anecdotes, historical accounts, and personal glimpses. The volume is enlivened by maps, illustrations, and historical photographs. Paperback. 336 pages. 331 B&W photos. 9" x 9".
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· Item ID: 300


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Wisconsin's Best Breweries and Brewpubs, Searching for the Perfect Pint
By Robin Shepard. Wisconsin's Best Breweries and Brewpubs won the top book prize from the North American Guild of Beer Writers announced at the Great American Beer Festival in 2002. This information-packed guidebook introduces you to more than sixty breweries and brewpubs—from the Shipwrecked Brew Pub in Egg Harbor, to smaller craft breweries like Capital Brewery west of Madison, to the world-famous Miller Brewing Company of Milwaukee. Robin Shepard includes descriptions and his personal ratings of some 600 local beers, plus a taster's chart you can use to record your own preferences. For each brewpub and brewery site you'll find: a description and brief history, plus any "Don't miss" features; names, comments, and ratings for all their specialty beers; notes on the pub food, with recommendations; suggestions of other sites to see and activities in the local area; information about bottling and distribution; availability of tours, tastings, gift shops, mug clubs, and "growlers"; address and contact data, including Web sites and GPS coordinates! Shepard also introduces novices to the brewing process and a wide variety of beer styles. And, you'll find a list of helpful books and Web sites, as well as information on Wisconsin beer tastings and festivals. As we say in Wisconsin, "So, have a couple a two, three beers, hey?" Paperback. 328 pages. 66 illustrations. 1 maps. 6" W x 9" H.
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Women's Wisconsin, From Native Matriarchies to the New Millennium
Edited by Genevieve G. McBride. "Wisconsin history needs something like this; I know of nothing even remotely comparable." — Kim E. Nielsen, associate professor of social change and women's studies historian, University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. This unique anthology is the first single-source history of women in Wisconsin. It features dozens of excerpts of articles as well as primary sources, such as women's letters, reminiscences, and oral histories, previously published over many decades in the Wisconsin Magazine of History and other WHS publications. Editor and historian Genevieve G. McBride provides the contextual commentary and overarching analysis to make Wisconsin women's history accessible to students, scholars, and lifelong learners. Paperback. 400 pages. 8 illustrations. 7" W x 9" H.
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· Item ID: 680


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