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      Madison Ghosts and Legends Book cover featuring Madison state capital building with large moon in background and dark night sky.

      Madison Ghosts and Legends

      From the prowling Beast of Bray Road to what is thought to be Wisconsin’s most haunted bar, a spine-tingling location is never far away. Join author Anna Lardinois to discover some of Madison’s most macabre tales.
      Book cover of "Milwaukee's Bronzeville" with sepia photo of happy children holding band instruments in front of a building.

      Milwaukee's Bronzeville 1900-1950

      Milwaukee's Bronzeville, a thriving 12-block area along Walnut street, is remembered by African American elders as a good place to grow up—times were hard, but the community was tight.
      Book cover of "Mineral Point Wisconsin" showing sepia tone image of the Main Street lined with shops and filled with people.

      Mineral Point, Wisconsin

      This fascinating pictorial history celebrates the people of Mineral Point-the early American settlers from Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky, and the Cornish, German, Irish, and Italian immigrants. Illustrated.
      Book cover of "Voices of Milwaukee Bronzeville" with five black and white photos of groups of African American Milwaukeans, children and adults. The title of the book is in bold blue font on the left side.

      Voices of Milwaukee Bronzeville

      Gathering interviews with residents of the now-vanished neighborhood, Dr. Sandra E. Jones reimagines Bronzeville not just as a place, but as a spirit engendered by a people determined to make a way out of no way.
      Book cover of "Waterfalls of Wisconsin" showing a color photograph of one of the state's waterfalls in a wooded setting.

      Waterfalls of Wisconsin

      With a decade of research and travels to furnish his repertoire, Troy Hess offers descriptions and picturesque views of the serenity and natural beauty of these wondrous waterways.
      Book cover of Wisconsin Legends and Lore by Tea Krulos with pictures of Paul Bunyan, Native American Indians, a Hodag statue, and a lumberjack camp.

      Wisconsin Legends and Lore

      Haunting and curious tales from Dairyland. Author Tea Krulos, an expert in all things strange and unusual, digs up Wisconsin favorites and arcane lore.