The Peninsula Bookman: "More Door County Stories and the Indians who dicovered the Door Peninsula"
The Peninsula Bookman
920-868-1467
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4083 Main Street
Fish Creek, WI
54212
USA
The Peninsula Bookman
The Peninsula Bookman
920-868-1467
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4083 Main Street
Fish Creek, WI
54212
USA
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More Door County Stories and the Indians who dicovered the Door Peninsula

$16.95
More Door County Stories and the Indians who dicovered the Door Peninsula

ISBN: 0-9650769-6-2
Condition: New
Binding: Trade Paperback
Publisher: Stonehill Publishng
Publish Place: Ephraim, WI
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Stories about people, places, and events that contributed to the Peninsula's history. People like Cooney Fish, who lived at the dump, Charles Martin, the Peninsula's first historian, Dorothy Halvorsen, a Norwegian and proud of it. Places like Foscoro which lived and died with the lumber boom, Norz' General Store, a fixture in Fish Creek for many years, and Potawatomi Island. Events like when and how the Indians discovered Door County, and how they survived.

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Other books by Paul Burton:
Door County Stories and Stories from The Belgian Settlement
Door County Stories and Stories from The Belgian Settlement
From Trails To Rails<br>Land Travel in Early Door County
From Trails To Rails
Land Travel in Early Door County

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