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Color the History of Hamtramck by Dennis Orlowski
From glacial remains to a multicultural city - Hamtramck is truly a 'league of nations'. This coloring book contains scenes to color that captures the story of Hamtramck. Each page has historical information and can be easily removed from the book.

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by Dennis Orlowski

From glacial remains to a multicultural city - Hamtramck is truly a 'league of nations'.

The History of Hamtramck as depicted in a 168' x 5.5' mural can be seen in its entirety at the Hamtramck Neighborhood Center. Here for almost three years, Dennis Orlowski worked with students to complete this colorful narrative that fills the upper walls of a room.

This coloring book contains only a few of the scenes that captures the story of Hamtramck and the people who have and will continue to make it a community of diversity in an ever changing world. This coloring book is good fun for young and old coloring enthusists!

Artist Bio: Artist Dennis Orlowski is a muralist and artist, calling Hamtramck his home, who has been creating pictorial narratives for over five decades. His work can be seen throughout southeastern Michigan in libraries, churches, schools and public buildings. In addition, Orlowski retired as an art teacher from the Detroit Public Schools, where he inspired and worked with students at all levels for over four decades.

Author Bio: Author Greg Kowalski, a longtime resident and chairman of the Hamtramck Historical Commission, has crafted a highly readable and highly visual account of Hamtramck's unique history that captures the courage and energy, the drama and humor of this extraordinary community. Both natives and visitors alike will agree that Hamtramck: The Driven City provides fitting testimony to this city's legacies of pride, patriotism, and perseverance.
  • Softcover
    48 perforated pages
    • 24 full page drawing to be colored
    • 24 historical information to go with the pictures
    Size 8.5" x 11" 21.5cm x 27.5cm

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