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In a Pickle Books by Jerry Apps Fiction: The Travels of Increase Joseph In a Pickle Nonfiction: The Land Still Lives Cabin in the Country Barns of Wisconsin Mills of Wisconsin and the Midwest Breweries of Wisconsin One-Room Country Schools Wisconsin Traveler’s Companion Country Wisdom Cheese: The Making of a Wisconsin Tradition When Chores Were Done Country Ways and Country Days Humor from the Country The People Came First: A History of Cooperative Extension Ringlingville USA Every Farm Tells a Story Living a Country Year Audio Books: The Back Porch and Other Stories Children’s Books: Eat Rutabagas Stormy Tents, Tigers, and the Ringling Brothers In a Pickle A Family Farm Story Jerry Apps Terrace Books A trade imprint of the University of Wisconsin Press Terrace Books, a trade imprint of the University of Wisconsin Press, takes its name from the Memorial Union Terrace, located at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Since its inception in 1907, the Wisconsin Union has provided a venue for students, faculty, staff, and alumni to debate art, music, politics, and the issues of the day. It is a place where theater, music, drama, literature, dance, outdoor activities, and major speakers are made available to the campus and the community. To learn more about the Union, visit Terrace Books A trade imprint of the University of Wisconsin Press 1930 Monroe Street, 3rd Floor Madison, Wisconsin 53711-2059 3 Henrietta Street London WC2E 8LU, England Copyright © 2007 by Jerry Apps All rights reserved 1 3 5 4 2 Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Apps, Jerold W., 1934– In a pickle: a family farm story / Jerry Apps. p. cm. ISBN 0-299-22300-0 (cloth: alk. paper) 1. Family farms—Wisconsin—Waushara County—Fiction. 2. Farm life—Wisconsin—Waushara County—Fiction. 3. Pickle Industry—Wisconsin—Fiction. I. Title. PS3601.P67I5 2007 813´.6—dc22 2007011563 ...


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