|Pathways: The Earliest History of Northern Wisconsin's Brule Region [Signed by Author]|
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Pathways: The Earliest History of Northern Wisconsin's Brule Region [Signed by Author], by Wisherd, Nan. Waino Publishing: Brule, Wisconsin, 2005. Edition: Second edition. ISBN: 1886028680. Softcover, 8.5 by 11 inches, 168 pages. Pidtorial wraps. Well illustrated with black and white photographs. INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on title page: To M__ & Family, / Enjoy! / Love, / Nan Wisherd
Condition: Near Fine. Lightest of rubbing to cover.
Contents: Publisher's Note:
Let Pathways lead you back to a time long before George Washington was born and the Thirteen Colonies struggled for their independence in the Revolutionary War. Pathways begins when the Brule region in northern Wisconsin was a part of New France and bustled with the activities of the fur trade. The story continues as the region was ruled by the British Empire before finally becoming part of the United States of America.
You will discover the rich early history of the Brule region as Pathways relates the tales of the fur traders and their hearty voyageurs, or life in the logging camps, and of Brule's earliest settlers and their struggles to survive.
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