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Green County (Images of America) (Images of America Series)

by Kim D. Tschudy

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0738583863, Paperback)

This book presents a glimpse into Green County's colorful and historic past. Not only are the communities of present-day Green County included, but also within are the ghost towns Attica, Dayton, Dutch Hollow, Martintown, Postville, and Schultz. While far from a complete photographic history of Green County, the reader will get a glimpse of many of the lesser-known facets of its history, both physical and personal. It is the author's hope that this book will serve as a beginning point for the reader to venture deeper into Green County's collective past.

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