This week on A Northwoods Moment in History , Gary Entz looks back on an ice storm that happened in Wisconsin back in 1922. People who live and work in the Northwoods are accustomed to cold temperatures, ice, and snow. No matter what time period in history we look at, people adapted and dealt with the weather conditions. However, every once in a while the weather packs an unusual wallop, and sometimes it is so severe that it can even bring hardy Northwoods residents to a standstill. Such was...
- The Ice Storm of 1922
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- Paul Browne: the "Grand Old Man” of the Rhinelander Paper Company
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