Readers will find in these pages the biography of a bridge, a requiem for a union, odes to autumn and spring, a poem about aging, tales of two shipwrecks, a frank take on segregation, a visit to a junkyard, memories of the summer of ’68, and more.
Written by two Milwaukee County historians, Goodwin Berquist and Paul C. Bowers, Jr, this full-length biography of one of Milwaukee's founding fathers follows Byron Kilbourn from his boyhood home in Ohio to Wisconsin.
Try something new at your next campfire with this campfire cookbook, featuring more than 100 delicious recipes and full-color photographs of every delicious dish. Perfect for the professional cook, foodie, or family member with high expectations for dinner when roughing it in nature.
Sheldon B. Lubar is one of Wisconsin’s leading entrepreneurs, most generous philanthropists, and most public-spirited citizens. This memoir shares the secrets of his success and explains the deeply held principles behind it.
Coming Out, Moving Forward, the second volume in R. Richard Wagner’s groundbreaking work on gay history in Wisconsin, outlines the challenges that LGBT Wisconsinites faced in their efforts to right past oppressions and secure equality in the post-Stonewall period between 1969 and 2000. More details, below.