4th Edition: Looking to get away from loud and crowded campgrounds and into the quiet beauty of Wisconsin's nature? Grab your tent, sleeping bag, and this guide to find the most quiet and beautiful camp sites in the state.
Designed by Adolph Cudell and built in 1888, Black Point is a unique late Victorian Queen Anne residence. This book, written by Anne Celano Frohna, tells the story of the Seipp family and the house at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Copiously illustrated. Details below.
H.H. Bennett once said, "My energies for near a lifetime have been used almost entirely to win such prominence as I could in outdoor photography." Learn more that prominence in this H.H. Bennett biography by Sara Rath. Details below.
Local expert Ross M. Curry has been chronicling the Dells region for almost sixty years. Join him for chapters of the area's story that he himself has witnessed, and then follow him as he hikes back to a time before the Kilbourn Dam, when towns were lit by gaslight.
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.
Fun to read and packed with information, Place Names of Wisconsin is a must-have for anyone interested in Wisconsin and Midwest history, language, geography, and culture—or anyone who simply wonders “why did they name it that?”
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.
A must-have resource for anyone interested in Wisconsin's prehistoric and contemporary geography. This book will stand the test of time as a vital contribution to geographic study of the Badger state. 472 pages.
Juliette Kinzie's book, first published in 1856, provides an early narrative for colonizers who felt that the native culture should be respected and protected. This hardcover edition shares the stories and interactions between her family and the Winnebago people.