Wisconsin's Little Train that Couldn't: A History of The Washburn Bayfield and Iron River Railway by Timothy Sasse (Paperback - Mar 13, 2007)
It can be purchased at Amazon.com for $14.99. It is a history of the railroad prior to the Northern Pacific buying it.
THE IRON RIVER PIONEER - NOW AVAILABLE: Volume 3 of vital records extractions from the Iron River Pioneer, Bayfield County, Wis. 1,450 surnames from 19 years, 1925-1943. Indexed. $12 postpaid. Order from: Zoe Lappin, 1246 Glencoe St., Denver CO 80220-2559
Volumes 1 and 2, 1894-1908 and 1909-1924, still available, $10 each postpaid. 2,400 more vital records as published, Bayfield County, Wis., 1909-1924. Sixteen years of births, marriages and deaths as reported in the weekly newspaper in northern Wisconsin. Picks up where the first volume covering 1894-1908 left off.
HIGGINSON BOOK COMPANY - Numerous books on Wisconsin History and the Upper Great Lakes area.
Origins Books - Numerous books on Wisconsin and its counties.
Washburn Pioneers - Published by Bayfield County Publishing, Washburn, WI. 54891, Copyright, 1986, Washburn Area Historical Society.
"Growing Up in a Country Store; Memoires ad History of Delta and Ino, Wisconsin" is available from the principal author, Pat Sykes Musil. Its 375 pages include many personal family histories (mostly about Delta), about 800 photos, maps, and an every-name index. The book focuses on family life at early 20th century stores in Bayfield County. Pat's co-authors are Bill Meyer who, like Pat, lived with his family at the Delta Store, and Zoe von Ende Lappin, whose childhood was centered on the Ino Store. Each book costs $25 plus $5 shipping and handling, and may be ordered from Pat Sykes Musil, 60790 Delta Drummond Road; Mason, WI 54856.