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January 10, 2014

Spring 2014 Titles

Augie\'s Secrets by Neal Karlen The Brides of Midsummer When I Was a Child Her Honor Keystones of the Stone Arch Bridge Curiosity\'s Cats

Conflicted Mission Hungry Johnny Toys of the \'50s, \'60s, and \'70s Scoop Smitten with Squash

Minnesota Historical Society Press Spring 2014 Titles

Augie’s Secrets: The Minneapolis Mob and the King of the Hennepin Strip (Paperback, February 2014)
Neal Karlen

The Brides of Midsummer (First English Translation, February 2014)
Vilhelm Moberg

When I Was a Child: An Autobiographical Novel (February 2014)
Vilhelm Moberg

Her Honor: Rosalie Wahl and the Minnesota Women’s Movement (March 2014)
Lori Sturdevant

Keystones of the Stone Arch Bridge (April 2014)
Carolyn Ruff

Curiosity’s Cats: Writers on Research (April 2014)
Edited by Bruce Joshua Miller

Conflicted Mission: Faith, Disputes, and Deception on the Dakota Frontier (April 2014)
Linda M. Clemmons

Hungry Johnny (May 2014)
Cheryl Minnema, Illustrations by Wesley Ballinger

Toys of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s (May 2014)
Kate Roberts and Adam Scher

Scoop: Notes from a Small Ice Cream Shop (May 2014)
Jeff Miller

Smitten with Squash (July 2014)
Amanda Paa

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  1. I am looking forward to your new publication, Curiosity’s Cats!! Over the years I have become increasingly concerned about the heavy, and nearly exclusive dependance on using the internet for research. No one can argue that it is an incredible tool for both professional and casual researchers; providing quick and easy answers to straight forward questions of fact. So I want to congratulate you for publishing a book, a print book, that will remind readers of the importance of primary sources and the real pleasure of discovery. Hopefully the book will inform and inspire a new generation of researchers, perhaps students participating in History Day who have never opened a file box of personal letters, or read old type written notes from civic organizations, or felt the thick embossed binding of first editions.


    Comment by Polly Fry — February 3, 2014 @ 11:14 am

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