Star Lake, Wisconsin
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Major References****. Survey Mark. [Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin, Vol. 12, 1947: # 8 (Aug), p31.] Madison, 1947. View Full Entry (Full text available)Erlandson, Matthew. Greetings from Star Lake, 2009 [Calendar]. Sayner, 2008. View Full EntryErlandson, Matthew. Trampers Trail Images, 2009 [Calendar]. Sayner, 2007. View Full Entry (Full text available)Kingsley, Helen D.. Camp Adventure. [St. Nicholas: An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks, Vol. 33, Part 2, May, 1906, to October, 1906, p. 1142.] New York, 1906. View Full Entry (Full text available)Rath, Sara. Star Lake Saloon and Housekeeping Cottages. [Terrace Books] Madison, 2005. View Full EntrySayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce. Sayner Star Lake Camper's Paradise!. [Published annually] Sayner, 2006. View Full EntrySayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce. Sayner-Star Lake, Wisconsin, "Birthplace of the Snowmobile." . [Folder borchure, size varies. Contains resort listing.] Sayner, 1974. View Full EntrySayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce. Sayner-Star Lake, Wisconsin, The Center of Vilas County's Vacation Area. [Brochurse, one sheet, quad-fold] Sayner, . View Full EntrySayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce. Star Lake, Wisconsin. [Annual Tourist Brochure] Sayner, 2008. View Full EntryScott, Libby. Old Star Lake School. [DVD] Star Lake, 2006. View Full EntryStar Laker's Club. Welcome to Star Lake. [Brochure, one sheet, folded] Star Lake, . View Full EntryWydeven, et al.. Progress Report of Wolf Population Monitoring in Wisconsin for the Period April - September 2000. [DNR Endangered Resourcs Publications] Park Falls, 2000. View Full Entry (Full text available)
Minor ReferencesFanetti, Susan. My Dad...and the Bear..... [Blog [popping off] on the World Wide Web, posted June 26, 2012] San Francisco, 2012. View Full Entry (Full text available)