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The War of 1812 in Wisconsin: The Battle for Prairie du Chien

The War of 1812 in Wisconsin: The Battle for Prairie du Chien

Hardcover: $28.95
240 pages, 39 b&w illustrations
ISBN: 9780870207389

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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$28.95 $17.37
Frenchtown Chronicles of Prairie du Chien book cover featuring illustration of green scenery

Frenchtown Chronicles of Prairie du Chien: History and Folklore from Wisconsin’s Frontier

Hardcover: $26.95
192 pages, 24 color photos, 6 x 9
ISBN: 9780870207594

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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$26.95 $16.17
Book cover of Enslaved, Indentured, Free showing image of journal writing on top, with a middle section including a dark side silhouette of a woman and an orange background, and then the bottom displaying an illustration of the wilderness with a river and hills.

Enslaved, Indentured, Free: Five Black Women on the Upper Mississippi, 1800-1850

Enslaved, Indentured, Free shines a light on five extraordinary Black women whose lives intersected in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, during seminal years of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787.

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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$24.95 $14.97
Cover of the autumn 2021 issue of the Wisconsin Magazine of History showing a full page photo of the Victorian interior of the Villa Louis Mantion in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. In the photo there is a stained glass window, blue floral wallpaper, a grandfather clock, and green loveseat with red pillow.

Autumn 2021 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

Villa Louis at 150. Settler Colonialism at Black River Falls. Book Excerpt: "Hope is the Thing." More.
$8.95
Cover of Wisconsin Magazine of History, Spring 2021, with a full page black and white photo showing young African American walking together and holding signs about equality and the NAACP. A neon sign in the background advertises a Duke Ellington performance.

Spring 2021 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

Remembering Freedom House. Camp Randall's Confederate Prisoners. Book Excerpt: "Hidden Jungles."
$8.95