Ann and Andrew Goldman offer a revealing portrayal of the people who call Ely home. Featuring more than one hundred portraits as well as vivid essays, Facing North tells the story of life in this Northwoods community: its breathtaking beauty, diverse character, and complex history. From resort owners to canoe makers, Facing North is an evocative tribute to the enduring nature of Ely and its people.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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