Discover the captivating history and timeless stories of Frenchtown Cemetery in Mary Elise Antoine's enthralling book, Frenchtown Cemetery:Â Â Â Old Catholic Burying Ground Prairie du Chien.Â As a special treat for avid readers and collectors, this edition comes autographed by the author herself.
Dive into the rich heritage of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin's Frenchtown Cemetery, an iconic resting place steeped in history and tradition. Through Mary Elise Antoine's masterful storytelling, readers will embark on a journey through time, uncovering the lives and legacies of the individuals who found their final resting place within the hallowed grounds of Frenchtown Cemetery.
From its humble beginnings to its enduring role in the community, "Frenchtown Cemetery" sheds light on the cultural, social, and historical significance of this remarkable graveyard. Antoine's meticulous research and passion for the subject bring the stories of the cemetery's inhabitants to life, offering a rare glimpse into their lives, loves, and the world they left behind.
In this beautifully crafted book, Mary Elise Antoine showcases her exceptional storytelling abilities and unrivaled knowledge of local history, making "Frenchtown Cemetery" a must-read for history buffs, genealogy enthusiasts, and anyone with a passion for uncovering the hidden stories of the past.
Don't miss this opportunity to own a signed copy of "Frenchtown Cemetery" by Mary Elise Antoine. With its enthralling narrative and author signature, this book is a treasure that will be cherished for generations to come. Buy your autographed copy today and immerse yourself in the captivating world of Frenchtown Cemetery.
This book is for people interested in French history of Wisconsin and family histories and genealogies. The old Catholic burying ground at Prairie du Chien is the oldest cemetery in Wisconsin and the upper Mississippi valley. Â This is a cemetery history with information and biographical sketches of the men and women buried and presumed to be buried at Prairie du Chien between 1817 and 1840.