Warrenville & The American Civil War

Want to learn more about Warrenville during the Civil War years? Follow our blog at warrenvillehistorical.wordpress.com to read the diary of Hiram Leonard, a Warrenville resident and businessman, and get updates on the historic years.

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Count Your Way Thru  Warrenville History

COUNT YOUR WAY THROUGH WARRENVILLE HISTORY

by Carolyn Wondrow
$6.00

This children's counting book written by a former elementary teacher  will teach children about people, places and events in Warrenville History.  Project sponsored in part by the City of Warrenville Hotel Motel Tax Fund.

 

W is for Warrenville

W IS FOR WARRENVILLE

by Carolyn Wondrow
$6.00

This alphabet book, illustrated with color photos, many taken by the author, will document in children's terms the people, places and events that helped shaped the Warrenville we know today.   Project sponsored in part by the City of Warrenville Hotel Motel Tax Fund.

Tales of the 30s and 40s



WARRENVILLE: TALES OF THE '30s AND '40s

by Marianne Bertrand Avery
$5.00

This collection of memoirs written by a former Warrenville resident will give you a glimpse of what life was like growing up in Warrenville in the 1930s and '40s.  You will become familiar with the town, while you relive experiences of a young girl growing up here.
 

Warrenville CookbookWarrenville Heritage Cookbook

Commemorating Warrenville, Illinois' Sesquicentennial Year - 1983-1984
$6.00

This cookbook contains family recipes and family stories contributed by 
longtime Warrenville residents.  It was a project of the Warrenville Unit,
Homemakers Extension Association.