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The following items from the bibliography should be readily available if you wish to purchase them for yourself:

Ghosts of the Fireground: Echoes of the Great Peshtigo Fire and the Calling of a Wildland Firefighter by Peter M. Leschak. Purchase from Amazon.com.
Listed Under: Manuscripts

Firestorm at Peshtigo: A Town, Its People, and the Deadliest Fire in American History by Denise Gess and William Lutz. Purchase from Amazon.com.
Listed Under: Manuscripts

Embers of October by Robert W. Wells. The original text of Fire at Peshtigo, reprinted in 1995. Available from the Peshtigo Historical Society.
Listed Under: Manuscripts
Wells: Embers of October
Pernin: Eyewitness Account The Great Peshtigo Fire: An Eyewitness Account by Reverend Peter Pernin. 2nd Edition (1999). Available from  University of Wisconsin Press, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Borders.
Listed Under: Manuscripts
Burning Bush by Alice Judy Behrend (1988). An account of life in the Sugar Bushes at the time of the fire through retelling of family stories. Available from the Peshtigo Times.
Listed Under: Manuscripts
Behrend: Burning Bush
Peshtigo Times: Remembering the Peshtigo Fire Remembering the Peshtigo Fire. Peshtigo Times Special Edition (1998). Includes survivors' accounts, articles and photographs. Available from the Peshtigo Times.
Listed Under: Periodicals
Carrie and the Crazy Quilt by Nelda Johnson Liebig (Midwest Traditions, 1996). Juvenile fiction based on the story of a girl living at the time of the fire. Available from the Peshtigo Historical Society, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Borders.
Listed Under: Fiction
Liebig: Carrie and the Crazy Quilt
Liebig: Carrie and the Apple Pie Carrie and the Apple Pie by Nelda Johnson Liebig. (Midwest Traditions, 1999). A continuation of Carrie's story. Available from the Peshtigo Historical Society, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Borders.
Listed Under: Fiction


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