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It s So Cold in Wisconsin

Author : Blue Sky Blue Sky Marketing
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Wisconsin is known for its cold winters. To stay warm, two women compiled some of their favorite quips and quotes. They wanted to share with the world the crazy, wacky things people do and say when the temperature is -208 F for weeks at a time.

How to Keep Things Hot and Exciting While Deepening the Trust

Author : Lola Zakee
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Lola Zakee is an intelligent young woman who is admired by many. She loves life, nature, animals, and has a heart of gold. Lola’s only mistake in life is that she is not smart when it comes to men. After she marries a man she barely knows, Lola unknowingly embarks down a dark path as he repeatedly abuses and rapes her, keeping her against her will. When she finally manages to escape, she begins anew, only to remarry and fail again. As she tries to live without regret or fear, Lola is soon gifted with a blessing that prompts her to make difficult decisions to save her unborn child. Just when she is ready to give up, God sends her Kareem. As they travel the world and escape one danger after another, Lola inherits millions and devotes her time to helping others, risking her own life in the process. But as the clock ticks away, now only time will tell what Lola will do next as she faces hardships, pain, and agonizing choices with strength, courage, and patience. In this compelling story, a young woman must determine what to do to survive life’s greatest challenges as she chases her dreams to realize a happy existence.


Author : United States. Federal Power Commission
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The La Follettes of Wisconsin

Author : Bernard A. Weisberger
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Offers a picture of the life of a family who heavily influenced the labor movement

Humor from the Classroom

Author : Arlo T. Janssen
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The book is not a joke book. It is, rather a compilation of humorous thoughts, episodes, and occurrences from the life of the author and his experiences with others. His long life as a teacher, pastor, and public speaker was always sprinkled with bits of humor in various ways.


Author : Ramesh Vaish
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"Do you realize how much baggage you are carrying in your life? Things which are no longer necessary, possessions which have no purpose now, the never-ending stress and strain in your daily life, the suffering and pain from the past, and the worry and anxiety for the future? Raj, a young lawyer, and his wife Aparna, a medical doctor, face these questions and find their answers in a very practical way. ‘Freedom from Baggage’ is their story, and this may well be your own story! This book will change the way you think about and respond to these issues in your own life!! "

Wisconsin Birdlife

Author : Samuel D. Robbins
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As initially planned in 1939 by Owen J. Gromme, then curator of birds at the Milwaukee Public Museum, Wisconsin Birdlife would not only describe and document every species of bird known to have visited this state, but would also depict each species with his own original paintings. During the next two decades, Gromme concentrated primarily on the latter, resulting in the separate publication in 1963 of his now classic Birds of Wisconsin. Work on the present volume was assumed in the late 1960s by Samuel D. Robbins, whose labors of more than 20 years give us a veritable encyclopedia of the state's ornithological knowledge. A complement and supplement to field guides, picture books, and recordings, the book is designed to enlarge the reader's understanding and appreciation of statewide history, abundance, and habitat preference of every species reliably recorded in Wisconsin. The volume opens with a summary of the ornithological history of the state and an exposition of its ecological setting. The heart of Wisconsin Birdlife ensues: detailed accounts of nearly 400 species, with information on status (population and distribution), habitat, migration dates, breeding data, and wintering presence, followed by extensive discussion and commentary. Dr. James Hall Zimmerman, Senior Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, provides a special discussion of bird habitats for the book. In addition, Wisconsin Birdlife features a comprehensive status and seasonal distribution chart, a detailed habitat preference chart, and an exhaustive bibliography. The ultimate resource, Wisconsin Birdlife belongs within easy reach of everyone from armchair appreciators and casual birdwatchers to ardent birders and professional ornithologists.

The Wisconsin Farmer

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Wisconsin s 37

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Good Hope Road Collected Poems 1999 2009

Author : Tommy Anthony
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Author : Ingolf Vogeler
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Originally published in 1980, Wisconsin: A Geography is a thematic study of the physical, cultural, and economic geography of the state. It is illustrated with Black and White photos, maps, architectural drawings, and economic charts. The book is a valuable survey of the state's regions.

Folk Music

Author : Norm Cohen
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An exploration of folk music and the ways in which it has evolved in different regions of the United States.

Mad Druggist

Author : Frank Hozeska
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The book is about Louie, the pharmacist who gets fired from every pharmacy job. Hes accused of lying, stealing, sexual harassment, rebuking a customer, insubordination, getting kickbacks, and others. They are all isolated incidents with extenuating circumstances, coupled with a string of bad luck and ungodly hypocrites in authority. The tumultuous pharmacy career finally catches up with Louie, and no one is willing to give him another chance or a break. Louie ends up a washed-up pharmacist, and hes ready to give up his fight, until something crazy happens in the final round.

Great Lakes and Midwest Catalog

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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide USA

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Plan the ultimate trip to the vast and varied landscape of the United States with the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide USA. Submerge yourself in American history at New York's Ellis Island, devour delicious Creole cuisine in New Orleans, go hiking in Yosemite National Park, or revel in a Route 66 road trip. Whatever's on your stateside bucket list, the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide USA has it covered. A wealth of inspiring ideas enables you to devise your own itinerary and plan the best places to visit in the USA, including its spectacular national parks and cosmopolitan cities. Sights are showcased with fantastic photography, illustrations and detailed descriptions, while reviews of hotels, restaurants and shops, plus comprehensive travel information and over 100 detailed maps, will all help you plan a memorable trip. DK Eyewitness Travel Guide USA covers: New York City, New York State, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New England, Boston, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Washington, DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, Miami, The Gold & Treasure Coasts, Orlando & The Space Coast, The Panhandle, The Gulf Coast, The Everglades & The Keys, The Deep South, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, The great Lakes, Chicago, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, The Great Plains, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, The Southwest, Las Vegas, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, The Rockies, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, The Pacific Northwest, Washington, Oregon, California, Los Angeles, San Diego, The Deserts, Central Coast, San Francisco, The Wine Country, Northern California, The Gold Country, The High Sierras, Alaska and Hawai'i.

The General s General

Author : Kenneth Ray Young
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General Arthur MacArthur’s extraordinary life spans the history of the United States from the Civil War through the Indian Wars to the Spanish-American War and the heyday of American imperialism in the Philippines. And in a sense, as the father of Douglas MacArthur, his influence extends well into our own century. The General’s General is the first biography of Arthur MacArthur, and it clearly establishes his importance in American history. Arthur MacArthur’s military career began as a scrawny seventeen-year-old lieutenant, his commission owed not to any evidence of his ability but to family connections. His squeaky voice, barely audible on the parade field, combined with an adolescent conception of proper military bearing to make the young officer an object of ridicule. But MacArthur overcame this bad start and went on to become a bona fide Civil War hero. The youngest regimental commander of the war, he led his troops with distinction in battle and became one of the very first officers to be awarded the congressional Medal of Honor. In the 1870s MacArthur served in forts in the West during the Indian Wars, married “Pinky†Hardy, and started a family. He next commanded a division in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War. MacArthur went on to become the governor-general of the Philippines—the most imperial post in that blatantly imperialistic period of American history. His blunt opposition to aspects of Washington’s colonial policy in the Philippines led to a series of conflicts with Taft, McKinley, and other civilian authorities. After his return to the United States in 1907, these same leaders blocked MacArthur’s appointment as chief of staff of the army. Instead, an embittered MacArthur was forced to retire. The MacArthur family, including Douglas, never forgave the powerful men who had thwarted Arthur in his greatest ambition and denied him his place in history. After one of the most distinguished careers in the history of the U.S. Army, Arthur MacArthur died in relative obscurity while delivering a speech at the fiftieth reunion of his original Civil War regiment. A man whose whole life had been soldiering left instructions forbidding a military funeral and asking to be buried in civilian clothes rather than in the uniform he had worn so proudly from the age of seventeen. MacArthur died too soon to witness the military exploits of his famous son. But there can be no doubt that Arthur made a profound impression on Douglas, who regarded the general with awe and spent much of his own life following in his father’s footsteps. Arthur MacArthur had spent his life striving to be a soldier’s soldier; in the end it can be truly said that he was the general’s general.

The Second Chance

Author : Joseph R. Lange
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Throughout the history of humanity, God, as we have known him, or a greater power yet unknown to us, has been prayed to for all manner of wants and perceived needs. God's plan is never understood. Who has the mind of the Lord that they can reason with God? Jack Young has lived a long life, a life well lived. His best friend of forty-one years has died, the dreaded cancer taking his unsuspecting life. If only we could get a second chance. If only God gave second chances. Perhaps God can be convinced. Perhaps. Perhaps God will allow a change to the plan he has set into motion. To our inevitable day, and time, when we depart this earth. The day and manner unknown. The emotional trauma from the loss of Dan Collins has sent Young's life into terminal descent. Until, in the quiet of the cold Wisconsin cemetery, God perhaps has reconsidered. For Jack Young, to find the meaning before time runs out will consume his life, the second chance must not be wasted.

To Walk a Crooked Road

Author : Haider Y. Sameh
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There was one of those dear ladies who was attending one of my revival meetings. She was a young lady who was married to a cowboy, a man with a hard and heavy heart, a very jealous man who did not believe in the salvation of Jesus Christ-who, as a matter of fact, did not believe that his young wife needed to be out in public where other men maybe about, especially around a fifteen-year-old preacher such as me! She had attended my services every night from the beginning since it started and, of course, unbeknownst to me, had nothing but praises for me as a young evangelist and my wonderful sermons. Well, after one of those services, her husband decided to stay up and wait for her return. He immediately confronted her as soon as she stepped into the house and said, "If you ever go back to that evangelist service again, I'm going to do something terrible to that evangelist of yours, something that you will regret for the rest of your life, do you understand?" Later on that week, she decided to go back to our revival meeting, even though she knew that it would cause a terrible confrontation with her husband. It was on a Thursday or Friday night when she showed up at our revival meeting, and unbeknownst to her, her husband had followed her to the meeting place. In the middle of the service, he came up next to her and sat down beside her. Of course, all this was going on without my knowledge! Apparently, he had determined that when I stood up to preach, he would use his six-shooter revolver-which was fully loaded with six bullets and belted in a side-strapped, tie-down holster-to put some holes into me! As I stood up to start my sermon, he stood up next to his wife, pulled his six-shooter out, aimed it at me, and started pulling the trigger.

Past Perfect Life

Author : Elizabeth Eulberg
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An exciting new direction for acclaimed author Elizabeth Eulberg, Past Perfect Life is a tense and tender read about secrets and lies, reality and identity, and the ways we put ourselves back together when everything is broken. Small-town Wisconsin high school senior Allison Smith loves her life the way it is--spending quality time with her widowed father and her tight-knit circle of friends, including best friend Marian and maybe-more-than-friends Neil. Sure she is stressed out about college applications . . . who wouldn't be? In a few short months, everything's going to change, big time. But when Ally files her applications, they send up a red flag . . . because she's not Allison Smith. And Ally's--make that Amanda's--ordinary life is suddenly blown apart. Was everything before a lie? Who will she be after? And what will she do as now comes crashing down around her? Perfect for fans of Far From the Tree, this is the story of one teen's search for herself amid the confusion of a shattered past and a future far from all she planned.

Wisconsin Natural Resources

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