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Frenchtown Chronicles of Prairie du Chien by Mary Elise Antoine

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Meet Albert Coryer of Prairie du Chien. He loved to spin tales of the adventures of his fur trader grandfather, tell stories about life in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin's Frenchtown, and its residents, and remember when Indians visited the farm. Do you know why there are no passenger pigeons, have you ever seen the will-o-the-wisp, or watched a charm? Albert relates these stories and more.
As you explore the pages of this absorbing book, you'll uncover the roots of French-Canadian settlers who made Prairie du Chien their home, the triumphs and challenges they faced, and the enduring legacy they left behind. Mary Elise's extensive research and passion for the subject make Frenchtown Chronicles a compelling and informative read, offering a wealth of historical knowledge and insight.

ALSO:  View a video presentation with author Mary Antoine on the story of this book, which she presented for Wisconsin PBS University Place.

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CONDITION OF THE PRODUCT New / Newly Created
DIMENSIONS (L X W X H) 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 1 inches
MATERIALS (MADE OF) Paper, cardboard
WEIGHT LBS/OZ (INCL. PKGING) 1 lb
SKU LMR-003