Finns in Wisconsin
Finns in Wisconsin: Revised and Expanded Edition
By Mark Knipping
From mining to logging to farming, Finns played an important role in the early development of Wisconsin. Although their immigration to the state came later than that of most other groups, their contributions proved just as significant. Many Finns arriving in Wisconsin, unable to own land at home, hoped to establish themselves as small independent farmers in the new land. This book traces the history of Finnish settlement in Wisconsin, from the large concentrations of Finns in the northern region, to the smaller "Little Finlands" created in other areas of the state.
72 pages, 29 b/w photos and illus., 6 x 9", 6 ounces
Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press