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Baraboo, The Purple Kalifatu 12 MTH Calendar By Amy Bowdoin, Author, Jason Lawson, Illustrator
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A Calendar based on the new Children's book: Baraboo, The Purple Kalifatu. Let Baraboo & his friends keep you company all year long! Written by Amy Bowdoin, Illustrated by Jason... More > Lawson. Available in Book & ebook format at most fine bookstores.< Less
Photos of Devil's Lake State Park in Baraboo, Wisconsin By Gail E. W. Schmiedlin
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This book shows the North Shore entrance of Devil's Lake State Park. The lake was developed during the ice age. Pot Hole trail shows how the ice formed holes when it melted and eroded the rock.... More > The nature center pictured on one of the first pages is a wonderful location to get information on the wild life, plants, fish and history of the park. It is a must see to learn and see how the park came to be. It has photos of historic prints when the park was a hub of activities with a hotel, railroad station and homes on the lake. The trails are shown on maps in various photos. Scenes of the lake were taken from the railroad tracks, East Bluff trail, the North and South Shore. Various buildings shown have historic significance. Elephant Rock is the only famous rock formation shown but no one should miss Balance Rock and Devil’s Doorway as well. It is a hub for rock climbers, hikers, campers, fishermen and picnics on the beach. Wisconsin welcomes you to visit and enjoy!< Less
From Bowman to Baraboo and Back 2nd Edition By Thomas Ralph Hatchell
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The Charles Preston Hatchell family boarded a northbound train in the fall of 1920, leaving Bowman, South Carolina behind for the hope, not of wealth or fortune, but merely survival that was promised... More > in Baraboo, Wisconsin. A decade later, in the depths of the Great Depression, they embarked on a nearly two thousand mile exodus back home to Carolina on the backs of an old Model-T and a homemade pickup truck forged from a salvaged Hudson Super Six. His family’s passage through hardscrabble times, not unlike what many Americans were dealing with in those days, instilled character, strength, ingenuity and hope into his generation, which would later be referred to as the ‘Greatest Generation’.< Less
From Bowman to Baraboo and Back 2nd Edition By Thomas Ralph Hatchell
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The Charles Preston Hatchell family boarded a northbound train in the fall of 1920, leaving Bowman, South Carolina behind for the hope, not of wealth or fortune, but merely survival that was promised... More > in Baraboo, Wisconsin. A decade later, in the depths of the Great Depression, they embarked on a nearly two thousand mile exodus back home to Carolina on the backs of an old Model-T and a homemade pickup truck forged from a salvaged Hudson Super Six. His family’s passage through hardscrabble times, not unlike what many Americans were dealing with in those days, instilled character, strength, ingenuity and hope into his generation, which would later be referred to as the ‘Greatest Generation’.< Less
From Bowman to Baraboo and Back 2nd Edition By Thomas Ralph Hatchell
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The Charles Preston Hatchell family boarded a northbound train in the fall of 1920, leaving Bowman, South Carolina behind for the hope, not of wealth or fortune, but merely survival that was promised... More > in Baraboo, Wisconsin. A decade later, in the depths of the Great Depression, they embarked on a nearly two thousand mile exodus back home to Carolina on the backs of an old Model-T and a homemade pickup truck forged from a salvaged Hudson Super Six. His family’s passage through hardscrabble times, not unlike what many Americans were dealing with in those days, instilled character, strength, ingenuity and hope into his generation, which would later be referred to as the ‘Greatest Generation’.< Less
Dividing Tides By Sue York
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When life seems so very simple and set all it takes is one email to mess it up. That is what happened to Basil Adair. She clicks on the email and from there sets her in a tail spin of mystery of... More > what these emails are about. Her life becomes endangered and she wakes one day not knowing who she is or where she is. Each day from there is a new day with trials of remembering her past. Slowly her memories lash out during her sleep. Her most vivid dreams or memories arrive all at once. She remembers what the emails are about and who sent them, who murdered the girl and who she is. Basil Adair, architect, wife, friend.< Less
Spirit Lake By David Dunbar
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Illustrated poetry from David Michael Dunbar with full color photographs from Devil's Lake State Park Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Spirit Lake By David Dunbar
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Illustrated poetry from David Michael Dunbar with full color photographs from Devil's Lake State Park Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Circus World: Photographers Under the Big Top By Julie Nielsen, Jessie Eisner-Kleyle, Tom Jones
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Catalog of Photographs by the University of Wisconsin-Madison photographers of the Wisconsin Historical Society's Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin.
SELECTION OF POEMS by Mrs A.D. Hymes By Stephen Naayvek Beals
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A Collection of poems written by my grandmother, Katie Isabel Camp Hymes (b.1869, d.1954). She and her husband Alva moved from Baraboo, Wisconsin to Oregon about 1905 and homesteaded near Summit. ... More > My mother, Hazel Almira Hymes Beals, was the youngest and the only child born in Oregon.< Less