United States: Wisconsin Books and Travel Guides

City-Smart Guidebook Milwaukee
Completely rewritten, this second edition captures the essence of Milwaukee, from the Lake Michigan shoreline, polka taverns, and world's largest outdoor pop music festival, to Brewers baseball, ethnic restaurants, and Second Empire-influenced office blocks.
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Hiking Wisconsin
Hiking Wisconsin provides all the information needed to enjoy Wisconsin's natural wonders such as the self-guided tours of scenic trails in 55 featured areas, including Kettle Moraine State Forest, Natural Bridge State Park, and Nelson Dewey State Park. Hiking Wisconsin even provides urban hiking trails for those who want to enjoy Wisconsin's diverse cities.
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Photographer Williams skillfully profiles Wisconsin's land, wildlife, and people. His good, varied color photos are accompanied by short, respectable essays on the state's geography, history, and culture.
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Wisconsin Atlas and Gazetteer
Along with the unsurpassed backroad and backcountry detail common to all DeLorme atlases, the Wisconsin Atlas & Gazetteer features the Range and Township System, along with special Gazetteer information on ferries and boat trips, Wisconsin product tours, ancient Indian mound cultures and Great Lakes lighthouses. The scale is 1:150,000 (1" to 2.4 miles).
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Wisconsin Handbook : Including Door County
Nestled snugly west of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior, the Badger State boasts some of the nation's best facilities for water recreation, sport fishing, and scenic and historical touring. This book profiles a wide range of accommodations options, and gives tips on dining, entertainment, shopping, and more. 100 photos & illustrations. 25 color photos. 64 maps. 30 charts.
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