"Boomtown Mazomanie" book discussion

Join us at the library for a discussion with Frank Wolf about his latest book on Monday January 9th at 6:30 pm. As Frank writes in the Preface, "This history book was written to provide an accurate historical record of the boomtown years of the small Wisconsin town - Mazomanie. The booming years were from 1865, just after the Civil War until 1900. Mazomanie was the second larges city in Dane County, of south central Wisconsin after Madison. The 1870 population was Madison 9,176, Mazomanie 1.143 and Stoughton 585. Mazomanie Village population peaked in 1880 at 1,222 and dropped to 1,024 five years later."

Where: 
Mazomanie Free Library