Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c1991.
Book — 323 p.
Place names are cultural artifacts that tell us as much about how people lived as do relics dug from the ground. They are historical records from which the location and migration of people, plants, and animals can be charted. Virgil Vogel's thirty years of research into Native American influence on geographical names has resulted in an absorbing account that illuminates the history and culture of Wisconsin Indians. (source: Nielsen Book Data)