the octagon into livable rooms.rnYankees with bright ideas had been prominent in the earlyrnsettlement of Superior, but Scandinavia had overwhelmedrnNew England. Glenway Wescott lamented the changernwrought by immigrants in Southern Wisconsin, but Superiorrnwas defined by the foreignersâ€”the French, after all, had beenrnthere first, and the border that ran . . .
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