Results tagged with 'Milwaukee authors'
Published Jan. 17, 2018
Historian Thomas Fehring has penned a trio books on the history of Whitefish Bay, including "Images of Whitefish Bay," "Chronicles of Whitefish Bay" and the new "Historic Whitefish Bay." His other new book, "The Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee" traces the city's manufacturing innovations.
Published Dec. 7, 2017
In one of the most in-depth and engaging works of Milwaukee history this year, Milwaukee County Historical Society archivist Kevin Abing takes us deep into World War I-era Brew City. We asked him about the book in advance of this weekend's Milwaukee history mass book signing event at MCHS.
Published Dec. 5, 2017
Even without the Milwaukee connections, "Border Country: The Northwoods Canoe Journals of Howard Greene 1906-1916," would be worthy of attention. Read on to find out why.
Published Oct. 15, 2017
Unlike the headline of this story, Matt Cook's latest book of poetry, "Irksome Particulars," does not include a single rhyme. Phew.
Published Oct. 14, 2017
Like the first book, "I am a Girl of Color" presents affirming words and images of black and brown children - this time focusing on girls - and increases the number of books in which those children can find themselves, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
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