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La Pointe: Village Outpost on Madeline Island

La Pointe: Village Outpost on Madeline Island

With flair, humor, and solid scholarship, Hamilton Nelson Ross tells the story of the region's evolution. Madeline Island served initially as a refuge for the local Ojibway from their enemy the Sioux before the arrival of French explorers in 1659, then an epicenter of the fur-trade era in the eighteenth century, and finally a summer vacation spot for businessmen and industrialists. Today the island attracts thousands of summer tourists who vastly outnumber the 200 or so year-round residents. Details below.
€17.16
Picture of Madeline Island and the Chequamegon Region

Madeline Island and the Chequamegon Region

To purchase this title, contact the Chicago Distribution Center directly at 800.621.2736 or by email at custserv@press.uchicago.edu
€7.70
Madeline Island Mug

Madeline Island Mug

A classic mug to remind you of your trip to the Madeline Island Museum, or to encourage you go in the future!
€3.00
The Cadottes

The Cadottes - A Fur Trade Family on Lake Superior

To purchase this title, contact the Chicago Distribution Center directly at 800.621.2736 or by email at custserv@press.uchicago.edu
€24.90
Picture of Unsalted & Shark Free Crew Neck Sweatshirt

Unsalted & Shark Free Crew Neck Sweatshirt

Show off your Great Lakes pride with this warm sweatshirt!
€24.90
Lake Superior Unsalted Shirt

Unsalted, Shark Free T-shirt

Show off your Great Lakes pride with this unique t-shirt for all ages.
€12.00

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