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North Woods River The St. Croix River in Upper Midwest History

By: Eileen McMahon, Theodore Karamanski and Arnold R Alanen
416 pages, 23 b/w illustrations, 9 maps
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  • North Woods River ISBN: 9780299234249 Paperback Oct 2009 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This book presents the history of a beautiful and historic National Scenic Riverway. The St. Croix River, the free-flowing boundary between Wisconsin and Minnesota, is a federally protected National Scenic Riverway. The area's first recorded human inhabitants were the Dakota Indians, whose lands were transformed by fur trade empires and the loggers who called it the 'river of pine'. A patchwork of farms, cultivated by immigrants from many countries, followed the cutover forests.

Today, the St. Croix River Valley is a tourist haven in the land of sky-blue waters and a peaceful escape for residents of the bustling Minneapolis - St. Paul metropolitan region. "North Woods River" is a thoughtful biography of the river over the course of more than three hundred years. Eileen McMahon and Theodore Karamanski track the river's social and environmental transformation as newcomers changed the river basin and, in turn, were changed by it. The history of the St. Croix revealed here offers larger lessons about the future management of beautiful and fragile wild waters.

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Eileen McMahon is assistant professor of history at Lewis University. Theodore Karamanski is professor of history at Loyola University.
By: Eileen McMahon, Theodore Karamanski and Arnold R Alanen
416 pages, 23 b/w illustrations, 9 maps
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This excellent book will inform newcomers to the valley about the history of their new home, and it will give all readers a better understanding of how successive waves of people have interacted with and altered the natural landscapes of the area. - Robert Gough, author of Farming the Cutover: A Social History of Northern Wisconsin, 1900-1940"
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