Lighthouses of Lake Winnebago
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Lake Winnebago has a rich history as a major settlement area in the Midwest, and a significant part of its times gone by involved water transportation for both commerce and passengers. Throughout its history, the 137,700-acre lake has been home to six current lighthouses, two navigation lanterns that have long disappeared from the landscape, and one that was scheduled to be built but never came to fruition. History has forgotten a few, but Lighthouses of Lake Winnebago will take you on a trip around the largest lake within Wisconsin’s borders and show you the familiar, while introducing you to the forgotten.
Arcadia Publishing
: 9781467124560
: Arcadia Publishing
: 04/03/2017
: Wisconsin
: Images of America
: 122 Black And White
: 96
: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
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Steve Krueger is an accomplished historian who specializes in bringing to life the obscure and forgotten facts and events of local history. He was born and raised in Menasha, Wisconsin, where he still resides with his wife and children. Steve immerses himself in the subjects he studies and spends countless hours exploring, researching, and preserving local historic relics in order to present tangible artifacts alongside the stories.
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