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Purchase on Amazon Madison: The Guide
by Gwen Evans
Lifelong Madison resident Gwen Evans wrote this guide to Madison's best restaurants, annual events, accommodations, attractions, shopping, kids activities, arts, literary scene, parks, nature, nightlife, and coffeehouses.
"Just when you think you know everything about Madison, along comes Gwen Evans. The Madison native has produced a nifty guide to the city that will be an excellent resource for longtime residents as well as clueless visitors." --The Capital Times
Purchase on Amazon Madison: A History of the Formative Years
by David V. Mollenhoff
"David Mollenhoff's unique interpretive framework, emphasizing public policies and community values, gives the book a consistent interpretive quality and reveals major themes that flow through time. This combination will allow you to see the city's growth and development with unusual clarity and coherence-almost as if you were watching time-lapse photography. His research required him to read five miles of microfilm, piles of theses, dissertations, reports, manuscripts and letters, and study thousands of photographs. Soon after the first edition was published in 1982, readers declared it to be a classic. For this second edition Madison has been extensively revised and updated with new maps and photos." --from the Product Description.
Purchase on Amazon Moon Milwaukee and Madison (Moon Handbooks)
by Thomas Huhti
"Born and bred 'Cheesehead' Thomas Huhti offers an insider's view of cities Milwaukee and Madison, from the pubs and the Harley-Davidson museum in Milwaukee to the eclectic weekly farmer's market and abundant biking trails in Madison. Thomas provides travel strategies such as 7-Day Best of Milwaukee & Madison, exploring the German and beer-based culture of Milwaukee and hitting up the often-overlooked outdoors recreation available in Madison." --from the Product Description.
Purchase on Amazon Historic Photos of Madison
by Donald J. Johnson
"By the late nineteenth century, the city of Madison was a vibrant cultural center of the West. Through changing fortunes, Madison has continued to grow and prosper by overcoming adversity and maintaining the strong, independent culture of its citizens.

"Historic Photos of Madison captures this journey through still photography selected from the finest archives. From Mansion Hill to the Capital Times, Madison's second daily newspaper, the industrialist John Johnson's founding of Gisholt Manufacturing to the Stearling Hall Bombing, Historic Photos of Madison follows life, government, education, and events throughout the city's history. This volume captures unique and rare scenes through the lens of hundreds of historic photographs. Published in striking black and white, these images communicate historic events and everyday life of two centuries of people building a unique and prosperous city." --from the Product Description.

item imageOn Wisconsin: The History of Badger Athletics
by Don Kopriva, Jim Mott
item imageProud Traditions and Future Challenges: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Celebrates 150 Years
by David Ward, Noel Radomski
item imageMadison Walks
by Harriet Brown, Jamie Young
item imageThe Dane County Farmers' Market: A Personal History
by Mary Carpenter, Quentin Carpenter
item imageFrank Lloyd Wright's Monona Terrace: The Enduring Power of a Civic Vision
by David V. Mollenhoff, Mary Jane Hamilton
item imageThe Wright State: Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin
by Jonathan Lipman, Neil Levine, Frank Lloyd Wright, Milwaukee Art Museum (Corporate Author)
Shows how Wright’s Wisconsin roots influenced his ideas and practice.
item imageAcademic Freedom on Trial: 100 Years of Sifting and Winnowing at the University of Wisconsin--Madison
by W. Lee Hansen (Editor), Academic Freedom Conference
item imageHistory and the New Left: Madison, Wisconsin, 1950-1970 (Critical Perspectives on the Past Series)
by Paul Buhle (Editor)
item imageRads: The 1970 Bombing of the Army Math Research Center at the University of Wisconsin and Its Aftermath
by Tom Bates
item imageThe Madison bombings: the story of one of the two largest vehicle-bombings ever
by Michael Spence Lowdell Morris

MadisonMadison Writers

item imageWay Out Here in the Middle
by John Roach
item imageDon't Fear the Big Dogs
by Bill Vancil
item imageThe Society of Friends: Stories
by Kelly Cherry (English professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1977 to 2003)
Entirely set in Madison.
Augusta Played: A Novel (Voices of the South)
by Kelly Cherry
Death and Transfiguration: Poems
by Kelly Cherry
Exiled Heart: A Meditative Autobiography
by Kelly Cherry
item imageWho Will Run the Frog Hospital?
by Lorrie Moore
Birds of America
by Lorrie Moore
by Lorrie Moore
Self-Help: Stories
by Lorrie Moore
Like Life
by Lorrie Moore
item imageThe Deep End of the Ocean
by Jacquelyn Mitchard
The Most Wanted
by Jacquelyn Mitchard
The Rest of Us: Dispatches from the Mother Ship
by Jacquelyn Mitchard
item imageThe Onion's Finest News Reporting
by Scott Dikkers (Editor), Robert Siegel (Editor), The Onion
The finest reporting from the finest news-paper in the Republic.
item imageOur Dumb Century: The Onion Presents 100 Years of Headlines from America's Finest News Source
by The Onion, T. Herman Zweibel (Introduction), Scott Dikkers
The funniest book written about the 20th century.
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