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Mineral Point: A History

Mineral Point: A History

Paperback: $18.95
236 pages, 10 b&w photos, 1 map

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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Picture of Pendarvis House Restaurant Tea Towel

Pendarvis House Restaurant Tea Towel

This Pendarvis Tea Towel is inspired by those used at the historic Pendarvis House restaurant in Mineral Point, WI.
On the Shake Rag: Mineral Point's Pendarvis House, 1935-1970

On the Shake Rag: Mineral Point's Pendarvis House, 1935-1970

Written by director Mark H. Knipping and curator Korinne K. Oberle, On the Shake Rag is a collection of stories and photographs of the Neal and Hellum Pendarvis House during the early and mid 1900s. Details below.
Pendarvis Journal with tan image of Pendarvis house restaurant

Pendarvis Journal

Perfect for journaling, making lists, or jotting down reminders, this Pendarvis Journal's cover has an image of the Pendarvis House restaurant, and includes a bookmark ribbon!
$19.95 $14.96
Journey from Cornwall

Journey from Cornwall

In her first novel, Mary T. Carlson skillfully brings two multi-generational and seemingly disparate stories together by the book's end. One story begins with Cornish immigrants who come to southwestern Wisconsin to work in the lead mines during the early 19th Century. The other story begins with the bombing of England during World War II. Details below.
$12.95 $6.48
Pendarvis Notebook Bundle with three tan notebooks. Cow on front of left, then Pendarvis house logo and then image of house

Pendarvis Notebook Bundle

This small bundle of notebooks features three different images relating to Pendarvis , one of twelve historic sites in the Wisconsin Historical Society! Details below.
$10.95 $8.21
Cover of the Fall 2020 edition of the Wisconsin Magazine of History showing a black and white full page photo of two men in white shirts standing outside at Pendarvis in Mineral Point, Wisconsin.

Fall 2020 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

All Roads to Pendarvis House. The Truth Behind "Tail Gunner" Joe McCarthy. Book Excerpt: "Make Way for Liberty."
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.