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Famous Wisconsin Inventors and Entrepreneurs by Marv Balousek features thirty profiles plus listings of nearly fifty other inventors and entrepreneurs. From John Appleby's twin binder to Seymour Cray's super-computer, Wisconsin has provided the setting for inventions that improved farming and industry. Inventors and entrepreneurs from the Dairy State include the Harleys and Davidson’s, whose motorcycle business grew from a small shack to a worldwide empire; Ole Evinrude, who was inspired by a melted ice cream cone to develop a practical outboard motor; and Harry Houdini, who found a mass audience for his magic tricks. Paperback, 148 pages, 8.5 x 6.7 in.