"This book tells the story of how northern Minnesota, northern Wisconsin, and Michigan's Upper Peninsula became a tourist paradise, turning a scarred industrial countryside into the playground we know today. Aaron Shapiro describes how residents and visitors reshaped the region from a landscape of exploitation to a vacationland and reveals how leisure--and tourism in particular--has shaped modern America."--Publisher's website.
- Bookwood Historical Collection, Star Lake
- UW Madison/Wis Hist Soc
- UW Stevens Point Library