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Manitowoc by Ed Prigge and Matthew J. Prigge


Description : Founded as a city in March 1870, Manitowoc was a thriving farming and port community with a diverse population of German, Irish, Polish, and Norwegian immigrants that grew into a manufacturing center on the Great Lakes and a picturesque home to generations of hardworking people. Vintage images highlight the people, businesses, and industries that make its fascinating and rich history. From pioneers and civic institutions, to the shops and factories that powered the local economy, to how everyday people worked and relaxed, Images of America: Manitowoc details over a century of memories and milestones through rarely seen archival photographs and a richly textured historical narrative.

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Authors : Ed Prigge and Matthew J. Prigge

Published Date : 2014-03-24

Publisher : Arcadia Publishing

ISBN : 9781467111478

Page : 127 Pages

Categories : History

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Filesize: 6 MB

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