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Wisconsin Lore (1962)

by Robert Edward Gard

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For FIDELIA VAN ANTWERP
Beloved First President of the Wisconsin Regional Writers' Association
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Chapter 1 -- The first time we heard "The Little Brown Bulls" sung, it was by an old lady in Forest County who was sitting in a creaking Boston rocker.
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Chapter 3: Lumberjack Lore
The lumberjack has a language all his own.
(p. 59)
Ambition is one of those passions that is never satisfied
(Proverbs and plain talk, p. 321)
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