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Swiss cheese industry in Green County Wisconsin

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Odell, Emery A.
Swiss cheese industry in Green County Wisconsin
Monroe, Wisconsin: Monroe Evening Times, 1936
88 p. illus. 23 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Swiss cheese industry in Green County, Wisconsin

[Title page] Swiss cheese industry, pp. [1]-[2]

Foreword, pp. [3]-[4]

Wife of early colonist no doubt first cheesemaker, pp. 5-9

Factory system followed farmers' cheese house, pp. 10-16

Three other leaders closely follow Gerber, pp. 17-28

Depression brings sudden change from golden days, pp. 29-33

Pet Milk survives cheese plants around New Glarus, pp. 34-50

Home control of cheese business thing of past, pp. 51-58

Consolidation of smaller factories present trend, pp. 59-64

Fame smiles on Green County; Switzerland shows jealousy, pp. 65-73

Green County still leader in dairy and farm showing, pp. 74-77

Bacteria gas bubbles make Swiss cheese holes, pp. 78-84

Other players once active in the Swiss cheese drama, pp. 85-88 ff.

[Title page] Eighty years of Swiss cheese in Green County, p. [1]

[Map: Swiss Cheeseland's frontier], p. [2]

Foreword, pp. [3]-4

Swiss Cheeseland no. 1: Gerber's factory launched industry in county in 1869, pp. 5-6

Swiss Cheeseland no. 2: five patrons sold milk to first Swiss factory, pp. 7-9

Swiss Cheeseland no. 3: Bilten settlement paces modern dairy industry, pp. 10-11

Swiss Cheeseland no. 4: Bilten district pioneers cleared heavy timberland, pp. 12-14

Swiss Cheeseland no. 5: Washington township remains truly rural, pp. 15-17

Swiss Cheeseland no. 6: Gerber was casualty of early cheese battle, pp. 18-20

Swiss Cheeseland no. 7: modernization of factories assures future of industry, pp. 21-23

Steinman diary told story of pioneering, pp. 24 ff.

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