Sheboygan County s iron fisted work ethic began with its earliest residents From the jackknife trading posts and mill wrights of the early 1800s to the spas and Great Wall of China of Kohler Company, the importance of commerce to Sheboygan County is evident This wonderful pictorial history of the small family owned businesses of Sheboygan County begins in the 1870s and ends with a great shot of a 1950s American Classic McDonald s Golden Arches Itprovides an intimate look at tin shops and cheesefactories, butchers and blacksmiths, movie theaters and much Sheboygan County Pioneers of Commerce presents a cross section of American life as the country grew from a rural entity to a businessgiant....
|Title||:||Sheboygan County (WI) (Images of America)|
|Publisher||:||Arcadia Publishing October 6, 2002|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
|File Size||:||987 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Sheboygan County (WI) (Images of America) Reviews
Great old photos
Bought this for my father in law he loved it, thank youb
have a place in Sheboygan and was looking for some history on it.And the book was perfect and had lots of pictures.
Great book even if you don't have a connection to Sheboygan but even better if you do.
this book has some wonderful pictures of Sheboygan Wi. And the little towns around it.Tells a lot about the history.
My 3rd Great Grandfather immigrated to Sheboygan in 1882, and married a Sheboygan native who’s father owned a shop on 8th Ave. I was excited to learn more about the County in the years they lived there. Excellent book!