Kathleen McGwin – Author, Freelance WriterNavigation
Winter makes you work for its beauty since our eyes and bodies often grow lazy during the lush days of summer when it’s easy to look upon the bright colors of blooms and bask in the warm sun. Winter makes you bundle up and find its beauty in a wash of browns, a palette of...Read More
The growing, harvesting, and processing of food has been a catalyst for community in Marquette County for generations. Recipe for Community is about the story of building community around food and how changes in technology, knowledge, and industry have influenced how people gather together in this rural community. Written with the support of the Wisconsin Humanities Council, this book tells stories from yesterday and today, all with food as their centerpiece.
Abundant Harvest the Hunting and Fishing Legacy of Marquette County is 180 pages of photos, stories, and history about the legacy of hunting and fishing in Marquette County, Wisconsin. Includes Understanding Legacy…..thoughtful insights on how hunting and fishing are a part of human stories and connections throughout time. A portion of the sales of the book help support the Marquette County Historical Society and the Montello Historic Preservation Society. $20 plus $5.15 for First Class Postage
COMING SOON! SECOND EDITION with over 40 added pages of information about John Muir in Marquette County and how you can see and experience the boyhood home that he loved. Authored by Kathleen McGwin and Daryl Christensen, Muir is Still Here Second Edition will bes available for $20 and $5 postage. This book contains four maps of Marquette County with birding, geologic, early settler, and wilderness locations. Learn about the place young John Muir called home…the landscape, his neighbors, his friends.
Pre-Order Muir is Still Here for just $20 plus $5 shipping and handling by clicking on Write to Kathleen in the right column. You will receive a return email with address to send your check.
ALL SALES OF THE SECOND EDITION WILL BENEFIT THE WISCONSIN FRIENDS OF JOHN MUIR.