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 BOOKS BY JULIE A. SCHRADER

Reading gives us a place to go

when we have to stay where we are. 

-Mason Cooley

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Minnesota Heritage Publishing

Established in 2001

by Julie A. Schrader

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Julie A. Schrader

Julie Schrader grew up and lives in Southern Minnesota. Her interest in history, genealogy, research, and writing led to her first book, The History of the Red Jacket Valley, published in 2001, the same year she established Minnesota Heritage Publishing. Local historical research led to a fascination with author Maud Hart Lovelace and her works resulting in two books, Maud Hart Lovelace’s Deep Valley and Discover Deep Valley.

 

She edited two volumes of Collected Stories of Maud Hart Lovelace and Delos Lovelace and has republished three out of print books by Lovelace: The Black Angels, One Stayed at Welcome and The Tune is in the Tree. Released in 2020 was the Betsy, Tacy & Friends Paper Doll Book: The Hill Street Collection, illustrated by Eileen Rudisill Miller. She is the co-author of the Boy in Blue: Blue Earth County, MN Civil War Memorial on the history and re-creation of Mankato's Civil War memorial.

 
Convention
DVBF 2022 - 7th Edition Live
4 DAYS TO THE EVENT
Oct 01, 9:00 AM
WOW! Zone
The Deep Valley Book Festival connects readers and writers in a celebration of literature and literacy. This FREE family event brings people together to celebrate our vibrant literary culture.
GSR Fine Arts Festival
60 DAYS TO THE EVENT
Nov 26, 10:00 AM CST
Mankato
The GSR Fine Art Festival celebrates the fine arts in the greater Mankato area.
 

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