The History of Wisconsin, Volumes 1-2
State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Dec 15, 1973 - History - 768 pages
Volume I of the History of Wisconsin Series focuses on exploration up to statehood. This volume caps a distinguished forty-year career of research and writing by the foremost scholar of Wisconsin's territorial history, Alice E. Smith.
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Opening the Way
Wisconsin Journey 1848
Hydrography of Wisconsin
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