Six Generations Here: A Family Farm Remembers recounts the story of the Krueger family farm in Watertown, Wisconsin since coming to America in 1851 for economic opportunity. Author Marjorie L. McLellan reveals the struggles of rural immigrant life over six generations. The Kruegers always incorporated their past traditions with the needs of the present to successfully operate their farm. This book follows the family through six generation as they compile a rich and varied record of Wisconsin farm life.
Author: Marjorie L. McLellan
Forward by: Dan Freas
159 b/w photos and 1 map
Paperback book - 11 in. x 8.5 in.
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Marjorie L. McLellan is an associate professor in the Department of Urban Affairs and Geography and in the Department of History at Wright State University. With George A. Talbot and the staff of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, she researched and produced the NEH-funded exhibit "Six Generations Here . . . A Family Remembers"