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Author Name    Schreiber, Edward and Lois.

Title   Fish Creek Voices: An Oral History of A Door County Village.

Publisher    Ellison Bay, Wisconsin: Wm Caxton Ltd., (1990). First Edition.

Seller ID   12754scs

Signed by Edward Schreiber. Octavo, softbound (stiff yellow, b&w photo illus. wrappers), 282 pp. Fine (As New). From lower cover: Fish Creek Voices is an oral history of life in Fish Creek, Wisconsin, a small town in the northern part of the Door County Peninsula. Told by long-time members of that community, it has been a labor of love for Edward and Lois Schreiber and for a veritable army of other people who have written chapters, provided photos, made drawings, read drafts, and designed and corrected various parts and versions of the book. The project originated as an informal impulse to record the shared experiences and sense of community of people who have lived in and around Fish Creek for most (or all) of their lives. It became a community project, and that by itself says something about the village and the way of life that is documented here.

Price = 15.00 USD



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