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3 Junior Throw Blankets, each features a different farm scene in mostly muted colors but some bright reds and blues are included.

Cotton Junior Throw Blankets - Recycled Cotton Material

Made in the U.S.A. The recycled sweater knit fabric is mid-weight and super soft. The perfect size at 40 by 30 inches, making them suitable for children, teenagers, pets, and adults.
$50.00
Two blanket samples with light color version in foreground and dark "blue print" style in the background.

Madison Lakes Plush Throw Blanket

Stay warm (and remember where you are) with the Madison Lakes Blanket in 2 styles. A Society exclusive!
$70.00
Merino worsted 3ply: White

Merino and Cotswold Wool | Natural (not dyed) | Old World Wisconsin Yarn

Knit something soft and warm with 100% wool yarn in natural undyed colors. The wool is sheered from our sheep at Old World Wisconsin, one of the Society's twelve historic sites. Details below!
$20.00 $15.00
3 Skeins of white wool.

Merino Wool Yarn | Natural White | Wade House

Knit a cozy sweater or scarf with this yarn made from resident sheep at Wade House!
$17.95 $13.46
Apple Betty & Sloppy Joe book cover featuring red, yellow, and green squares with illustrations of foods

Apple Betty & Sloppy Joe: Stirring Up the Past with Family Recipes and Stories

Paperback: $18.95
392 pages
ISBN: 9780870203862

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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$18.95
Bottoms Up book cover featuring image of a bar on corner of street

Bottoms Up: A Toast to Wisconsin's Historic Bars & Breweries

Paperback: $25.00
272 pages, 394 color and b/w photos and illus., 2 maps, 8 x 10
ISBN: 9780870208720

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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$25.00
Flavor of Wisconsin book cover featuring various foods and black and white image of woman cooking

Flavor of Wisconsin: An Informal History of Food and Eating in the Badger State

Much more than a cookbook - though its 400-odd authentic recipes will whet the appetite of all who love good food - this handsome volume provides delightful morsels of information about the history of food and eating in Wisconsin. Includes nine historical essays, 400 recipes, illustrations, and 32 pages of historical photographs from WHS collections. By Harva Hachten & Terese Allen
$29.95
Picture of Gudrun’s Kitchen: Recipes from a Norwegian Family

Gudrun’s Kitchen: Recipes from a Norwegian Family

Paperback: $22.95
272 pages, 20 b/w photos, 8 x 8
ISBN: 9780870204623

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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$22.95
Life in a Northern Town: Cooking, Eating, and Other Adventures along Lake Superior

Life in a Northern Town: Cooking, Eating, and Other Adventures along Lake Superior

Hardcover: $29.95
208 pages, 180 color photos, 7 ½ x 9
ISBN: 9780870208287

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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$29.95
Old Farm Country Cookbook

Old Farm Country Cookbook: Recipes, Menus, and Memories

Paperback, $26.95
224 pages, 43 color and b&w photos, 7 x 9
ISBN: 9780870208300

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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$26.95
Pocked pruner with red handle and carbon steel blade.

Forged Pocket Pruner

Pocket pruner by Lee Valley Tools. Measures 5 1/2" overall and makes for a practical gift for the gardener!
$39.95
Old World Wisconsin S-Hook

Old World Wisconsin S-Hook

Perfect for hanging hats, plant baskets, or bags, these S-hooks, made in Old World Wisconsin, are great for any do-it-yourself project!
$4.95

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