A Field Guide to Mineral Point - Book

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This Field Guide to Mineral Point provides a unique look at this rural American town. Author Nancy Pfotenhauer documents the history of Mineral Point, Wisconsin, through the buildings constructed during its early development. Mineral Point started as a wild and wooly frontier town. With the discovery of lead in 1828, Mineral Point attracted people looking to get rich quick. The early settlers left a lasting imprint in the buildings they constructed, used and left behind. The Field Guide to Mineral Point will be a great read for anyone interested in Wisconsin history.


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By Nancy Pfotenhauer
272 Pages
4.5 in. x 8.5 in.
Paperback
ISBN: 9780987924523
Little Creek Press


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Nancy Pfotenhauer moved to Mineral Point, Wisconsin in 1986 with her husband and two daughters. Born in Sauk County, Wisconsin, she has two Bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has served on the board of directors of the Mineral Point Historical Society since 2005 and has been digitizing and archiving the Society's photograph collection since 2008.