B is for Badger

Author: Kathy-jo Wargin
Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press
ISBN: 1585366307
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The intriguing facts and faces, history and places of Wisconsin are revealed to readers young and old in B is for Badger: A Wisconsin Alphabet. From its leaders in fine arts and architecture (Georgia O'Keefe and Frank Lloyd Wright) to its pioneers in nature conservation (John Muir and Aldo Leopold), Wisconsin has been an influence on major movements in education, industry, and use of natural resources. Brought to life with lyric rhymes and expressive, original artwork, B is for Badger showcases for natives and visitors alike the splendors of Wisconsin.Born in Tower, Minnesota, Kathy-jo Wargin has spent a great deal of time in the upper Midwest. Previously, she teamed up with illustrator Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen on the award-winning Legend series, including The Legend of the Lady's Slipper (Upper Midwest Bookseller's Favorite). B is for Badger is her fourth state alphabet book. She lives with her family in Petoskey, Michigan.Renee Graef is new to the Sleeping Bear Press family but is very well known as a children's book illustrator for the American Girls collection with Pleasant Company. She has also illustrated for Boyd's Bears and is the illustrator of HarperCollin's My First Little House series. Renee attended the University of Wisconsin and the University of Madison; she lives in Milwaukee with her family.

Wisconsin

Author: José María Obregón
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 9781404231153
Format: PDF
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Presents general information about the geography, history, industry, and lifestyle in the state of Wisconsin.

Mama hast du mich lieb

Author: Barbara M. Joosse
Publisher: München : ArsEdition
ISBN: 9783760710365
Format: PDF, ePub
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A child living in the Arctic learns that a mother's love is unconditional.

Life Letters and Speeches

Author: George Copway
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803264632
Format: PDF, ePub
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George Copway (Kahgegagahbowh, 1818?69), an Ojibwe writer and lecturer, rose to prominence in American literary, political, and social circles during the mid-nineteenth century. His colorful, kaleidoscopic life took him from the tiny Ojibwe village of his youth to the halls of state legislatures throughout the eastern United States and eventually overseas. Copway converted to Methodism as a teenager and traveled throughout the Midwest as a missionary, becoming a forceful and energetic spokesperson for temperance and the rights and sovereignty of Indians, lecturing to large crowds in the United States and Europe, and founding a newspaper devoted to Native issues. ø One of the first Native American autobiographies, Life, Letters and Speeches chronicles Copway's unique and often difficult cultural journey, vividly portraying the freedom of his early childhood, the dramatic moment of his spiritual awakening to Methodism, the rewards and frustrations of missionary work, his desperate race home to warn of a pending Sioux attack, and the harrowing rescue of his son from drowning.

The Flavor of Wisconsin

Author: Harva Hachten
Publisher: Wisconsin Historical Society
ISBN: 0870205536
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The Wisconsin Historical Society published Harva Hachten's The Flavor of Wisconsin in 1981. It immediately became an invaluable resource on Wisconsin foods and foodways. This updated and expanded edition explores the multitude of changes in the food culture since the 1980s. It will find new audiences while continuing to delight the book’s many fans. And it will stand as a legacy to author Harva Hachten, who was at work on the revised edition at the time of her death in April 2006. While in many ways the first edition of The Flavor of Wisconsin has stood the test of time very well, food-related culture and business have changed immensely in the twenty-five years since its publication. Well-known regional food expert and author Terese Allen examines aspects of food, cooking, and eating that have changed or emerged since the first edition, including the explosion of farmers' markets; organic farming and sustainability; the "slow food" movement; artisanal breads, dairy, herb growers, and the like; and how relatively recent immigrants have contributed to Wisconsin's remarkably rich food scene.

Auf denn ihr Schwestern

Author: Anke Ortlepp
Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag
ISBN: 9783515084055
Format: PDF, Mobi
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W�hrend des 19. und fruehen 20. Jahrhunderts engagierten sich in Milwaukee ans�ssige Deutschamerikanerinnen in einer Vielzahl von Vereinen und Organisationen. Sie gruendeten Wohlt�tigkeitsvereine, Schul- und Kindergartenvereine, Gewerkschaftsgruppen, politische Clubs, gesellige Vereinigungen, gegenseitige Unterstuetzungsvereine, Logen, kirchliche Frauengruppen und an Turnvereine angeschlossene Frauenvereine. Die vorliegende Studie betrachtet erstmals die ganze Bandbreite deutschamerikanischer Frauenorganisation und analysiert ihre Bedeutung als Orte weiblicher Selbstentfaltung sowie der Produktion und Reproduktion ethnischer Identit�t. Neben der Entstehung einer deutschamerikanischen Frauenbewegung k�nnen dabei vor allem die komplexen Zusammenh�nge zwischen Geschlechteridealen, ethnischer Zugeh�rigkeit und Akkulturationserfahrung aufgezeigt werden. "Die vorliegende Arbeit ist Forschung pur: 95 Prozent des Geschriebenen beruht auf origin�rer Quellen- und Archivarbeit" Vierteljahrschrift fuer Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte �Eine vielschichtige Analyse, (die) einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Erforschung der Migrations- und Akkulturationserfahrungen deutscher Frauen in den Vereinigten Staaten (leistet).� Das Historisch-Politische Buch ��mit gro�em Gewinn zu lesen.� Jahrbuch fuer Europ�ische �berseegeschichte .

Super States

Author: Cindy Barden
Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press
ISBN: 1573100293
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A collection of fun facts, games and puzzles covering the United States. Includes chapters on each individual state, as well as maps, map activity ideas and more.