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Paperback: $24.95 228 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN:9780870207297 Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press Orders for Trade, Library or Wholesal Published in 1973, this first volume in the History of Wisconsin series remains the definitive work on Wisconsin's beginnings, from the arrival of the French explorer Jean Nicolet in 1634, to the attainment of statehood in 1848.This volume explores how Wisconsin's Native American inhabitants, early trappers, traders, explorers, and many immigrant groups paved the way for the territory to.

Paperback: $5.99 36 pages, 34 b/w photos, 8 1/2x11 ISBN: 978--87020-894-2 Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press For Library, Trade, and Wholesal Erika Janik is the author of Odd Wisconsin: Amusing, Perplexing and Unlikely Stories from Wisconsin's Past, published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Her work has appeared in Midwest Living, MyMidwest, Wisconsin Trails, the Wisconsin State Journal, Wisconsin Magazine of History, and The Onion Richard Nelson Current taught history at Lawrence University and the University of Wisconsin, among other institutions, and has authored or coauthored more than twenty books, including several on Wisconsin history: Pine Logs and Politics: A Life of Philetus Sawyer, 1816-1900, The Typewriter and the Men Who Made It, and The History of Wisconsin: The Civil War Era, 1848-1873 Wisconsin Historical Society Press Books. Wisconsin Historical Society Press Books. COVID-19 Updates: For the most up-to-date information on accessing our services learn more here. Visit our other Wisconsin Historical Society websites Early Wisconsin stories, Gard wrote several books about Wisconsin History, and I'm pleased to say, he was my writing mentor who started me writing books back in the late 1960s. A Memory of Muskets by Kathleen Ernst, an excellent contemporary writer, tells a tale centered at Old World Wisconsin

Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal (2013, 2nd edition), by Patty Loew. Succinct histories of Wisconsin's native peoples, including the Ojibwe, Potawatomi, Oneida and.. History of Door County, Wisconsin, The county Beautiful This is a two-volume history. The first volume is a local history, and the second volume consists of biographical sketches of residents of the county. Memoirs of Milwaukee County: Volume Horse-Drawn Days: a Century of Farming with Horses. Paperback: $24.95. 240 pages, 140 b/w and color photos and illus., 8 x 9. ISBN: 9780870204456. Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Orders for Trade, Library or Wholesale. $24.95

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This book, featuring a collection of essays, examines individuals whose stories together establish the history of the American Midwest. Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Orders for Trade, Library or Wholesale. $24.95 Shop Society-Inspired Home Decor, Jewelry, Clothing, Toys, and more A richly-illustrated release from the Wisconsin Historical Society Press, Wisconsin Agriculture: A History is a concise and informative chronicle of this place called Wisconsin. A work of this sort is a challenge for any writer or historian, evidenced by the dearth of agricultural history titles with a Wisconsin slant 228 books · 123 voters · list created June 30th, 2012 by Tracy. Tags: america , madison , milwaukee , setting , usa , wisconsin 34 likes · Lik Native People of Wisconsin is a fascinating, well outlined presentation of the history, makeup, and impact of eight major First Nations represented in Wisconsin from early tribal history to the present day. (Midwest Book Review, Native American Bookshelf, February 2016

Paperback: $12.95 156 pages, 60 b/w photos, 7x9 ISBN: 978--87020-575- Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press Orders for Trade, Library or Wholesal Great Ships on the Great Lakes: A Maritime History. Paperback: $18.95. 144 pages, 128 color and b&w photos, 20 maps. ISBN: 9780870205828. Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Orders for Trade, Library or Wholesale. $18.95. Add to wishlist. Add to compare list Monster Fire at Minong: Wisconsin's Five Mile Tower Fire of 1977. Paperback: $14.95. 192 pages, 40 b/w photos, 3 maps, 6 x 9. ISBN: 9780870204470. Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Orders for Trade, Library or Wholesale. $14.95. Quick View. Add to cart

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Robert C. Nesbit is professor emeritus of American history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he was active in reviving Wisconsin history as a regular course offering. He is also the author of The History of Wisconsin, Volume III: Urbanization and Industrialization, 1873-1893 Wisconsin: Its History and Its People, 1634-1924 (4 volumes; Chicago: S. J. Clarke Pub. Co., 1924), by Milo Milton Quaife (page images at HathiTrust) Memoirs of Jeremiah Curtin , by Jeremiah Curtin and Alma Curtin, ed. by Joseph Schafer (multiple formats at loc.gov A veteran press and radio journalist, Michael J. Goc is the author/editor of over sixty books on Wisconsin history, nine of which--including Forward in Flight--have received Awards of Merit from the Wisconsin Historical Society 230 books — 194 voters. Books Set In Wisconsin. 228 books — 123 voters. Around the US in 50 Books. 483 books — 97 voters. Name of State (USA): T-W. 232 books — 32 voters. Best SF and Fantasy set in Chicago. 64 books — 26 voters

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In the interactive 46-page book, Fiebig focuses on her Wisconsin travels ­— the state which she said has the best — and profiles the 11 best stops, while giving a history on the drink itself This book was written by my friend my professor who was the head of The Native American Indian department at UWM. It is very factual and tells things other history books do not. Mr Boatman walked both in the world of acadameia and that of spirit. Our eyes told of stories and spoke of familiarities The History of Jefferson County, Wisconsin: Containing a History of Jefferson County, Its Early Settlement, Growth, Development, Resources, Etc.... Western Historical Company , 1879 - Jefferson County (Wis.) - 733 page

History of Green County, Wisconsin (with a short general history of Wisconsin; Springfield, IL: Union Pub. Co., 1884) (page images at Wisconsin) Filed under: Kenosha (Wis.) -- History Early History of Kenosha (as published in Annual Report and Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1857) , by Michael Frank (page images at. Platbooks and Land Ownership Maps. Plat books make use of the Public Land Survey System to represent land ownership patterns on a county-by-county basis. They are a convenient reference for local governments, private realty, surveying companies, and the general public. Commercial plat books for Wisconsin are generally prepared by private map. Wisconsin History Books. Make yourself at home in Wisconsin history. Build a frame with timber from an Oshkosh logging trail. Borrow that Door County rooftop with the grazing goats. Attach a brightly painted barn stuffed with the bounty of the St. Croix Valley. Smuggle in a back porch from a Geneva Lake lodge, right under the noses of Milwaukee. Wisconsin: A History. Wisconsin. : Robert Carrington Nesbit. Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2004 - History - 599 pages. 0 Reviews. Robert Nesbit's classic single-volume history of Wisconsin was expanded by Wisconsin State Historian William F. Thompson to include the period from 1940 to the late 1980s, along with updated bibliographies and appendices WISCONSIN: OUR STATE, OUR STORY. Join thousands of students across Wisconsin as they experience our history through the primary sources created by the people who lived it. From human-created artifacts over 14,000 years old to the impact of 9/11, Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story will breathe life into your elementary social studies curriculum

The award is given to the author or authors of a book on Wisconsin history which, in the opinion of the judges, made the most valuable contribution to public understanding of Wisconsin's past during the preceding calendar year. The criteria used to evaluate the nominations included factual accuracy, documentation, research methodology, graphic. One of the most engaging local history books and Wisconsin nature books I've read in a long time is The Bark River Chronicles: Stories from A Wisconsin Watershed, written by Milton J. Bates and. History of La Crosse County, Wisconsin: Containing an Account of Its Settlement, Growth, Development and Resources : an Extensive and Minute Sketch of Its Cities, Towns and Villages-their Improvements, Industries, Manufactories, Churches, Schools and Societies : Its War Record, Biographical Sketches, Portraits of Prominent Men and Early Settlers : the Whole Preceeded by a History of Wisconsin. Purchase Hockey Books by Mike Cowan. In the new book It's a great day for hockey, read about the University of Wisconsin hockey program from its early years to its rise to prominence on the national scene.The other books feature Wisconsin hockey from the 1930s through the 1960s when the game was played outdoors

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History of Vernon County, Wisconsin: Together with Sketches of Its Towns, Villages and Townships, Educational, Civil, Military and Political History; Portraits of Prominent Persons, and Biographies of Representative Citizens; History of Wisconsin History of Vernon County, Wisconsin. : Union, 1884 - Vernon County (Wis.) - 826 pages. 0 Reviews My library. My History. Books on Google Play. The History of Dodge County, Wisconsin: Containing Its Early Settlement, Growth an Extensive and Minute Sketch of Its Cities War Record, Biographical Sketches, Part 2, Pages 341-766. Western historical Company, 1880 - Dodge County (Wis.) - 766 pages The primary means of identifying specific books in the local history collection is by searching MPL's online catalog, CountyCat, for the terms or place names in which you are interested. Online books! 158 Wisconsin local histories and atlases for genealogical research from Gale, spanning from 1857-1909. Library subscription database Community History. Learn about the spaces, places, & unique story of your community. Explore Our. Collections. The largest North American Heritage collection next to the Library of Congress. Learn with the. Historical Society. Empower curiosity about the people, places, and stories of our past. Visit Wisconsin. Museums & Historic Site New Wisconsin books highlight river journeys, Green Bay Packers and state brewing history. From one man's quest to canoe Wisconsin's great rivers, to the beverage and the professional football.

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Nancy M. Vance has received the 2021 Genealogy-Family History Book Award from the Wisconsin Historical Society for the book, Some Descendnts of Widow Foord: 1621-2021. About the Book. This year's selection for the Genealogy-Family History Book Award is Some Descendants of Widow Foord: 1621-2021, by Nancy M. Vance Local author Dennis McFarlin's newly published book Friendship, Wisconsin - A History is now available for sale at the Adams County Historical Society's Heritage Books & Gifts at 311 Main Street, Friendship, Wisconsin. The two volume Friendship, Wisconsin - A History chronicles the history of a small village in central Wisconsin.Dennis M. McFarlin grew up in Friendship and experienced. Written in ink and bound in memories, a Wisconsin author captured six generations of local tales in a single book that details the early beginnings of America's Dairyland. Corey Geiger said he grew up with the book, but On a Wisconsin Family Farm was not written yet. He was raised with stories passed down from [ Apr 3, 2017. ISBN: 9781439660195. Format: Book. Description. From the humble Ingalls family cabin in the woods to Ayad Akhtar's multicultural conflicts, the Badger State's stories and imagery have long inspired. Explore how Aldo Leopold and Lorine Niedecker drew on their close observations of the natural world

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  1. A History of the Community and Its People -- Redgranite, Wisconsin. Contributor. Redgranite Advancement Association. Published. 1986. Original from. the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Digitized. Dec 9, 2011
  2. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. The Indians in Wisconsin's History Series Title: Milwaukee Public Museum popular science handbook series no. 6. Language: English: LoC Class: E011: History: America: America: Subject: Indians of North America -- Wisconsin
  3. Historical atlas of Wisconsin, embracing complete state and county maps, city & village plats, together with separate state and county histories / Catalog Record Only 1 atlas (vii, 322 pages, 34 folded plates) : illustrations, color 108 maps, portraits ; 46 cm | LOT 3714 Illustrated with ca. 200 lithographs of public buildings, business establishments, summer hotels, luxurious homes, well.
  4. The books listed below are in stock and on sale at the Adams County Historical Society's Heritage Books & Gifts shop, 311 Main Street, Friendship, Wisconsin. The books are also available by mail; send remittance with name and address to Adams county Historical Society, P O Box 264, Friendship, WI 53934
  5. Books available at Johnson Hardware Store in Phillips: The Lake Shore and Eastern Railroad: A Logging Railroad in North Central Wisconsin, by John L. Berg, The Storm, Phillips Fire Centennial 1894 - 1994, Lugerville, and Country School Recollections Volume I and II. Museum Open First Weekend in June through. Labor Day Weekend. Hours: Sat. & Sun
  6. The first book in the series, Little House in the Big Woods, is based on Laura's early childhood in Pepin, Wisconsin, and tells stories about homesteading and pioneer life. In 2007, Little House in the Big Woods was named to the Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children

The Tom Taylor Book, also known as 100 Years of Pictorial & Descriptive History of Wisconsin Rapids by T.A. Tayor [1934-1939]. Taylor gathered over 400 photographs and then wrote a book providing details about them. He also included a history of the city and a timeline of events through 1939 Wisconsin-centric books include history of Pabst Farms, tales of drownings In a new book, Pabst Mansion historian John C. Eastberg recounts the self-sustaining farm that Fred Pabst Jr. created.

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History and genealogy about other states, including Iowa & Minnesota. Many more helpful books about Wisconsin history and family history than can be listed here! Cemetery Indexes (Vernon County) Cemetery file of Vernon County (complete) of stones read up through 2001; index cards by surname. Cemeteries of Vernon Co. (location, history and. Standard History of Sauk County, Wisconsin (977.576 C674s, Wisc) Vol I , Vol II. Wisconsin - History Book of Words: a Pageant of the Old Northwest. 1911. (791.624 St47b, WISC) The Convention of 1846. 1919. (977.5 W753c v27 DEBRIEF: Book chronicles history of Wisconsin farm. Close. Subtitle Settings. Font Default Mono Sans Mono Serif Sans Serif Comic Fancy Small Caps. Font Size Default X-Small Small Medium Large X. Wild Rose. Wisconsin State Map. These antique maps and atlases are part of the Historic Map Works, Residential Genealogy™ historical map collection, the largest digital collection of rare, ancient, old, historical, cadastral and antiquarian maps of its type. Read about the collection. Browse entire collection. SAVE $139.00! Buy the Entire Atlas

The book tells Wisconsin's brewing history through the use of photographs and text, describing the more than 800 breweries that have opened — and the 650 that have closed — over the years. Celebrating Wisconsin's rich legal history. Since the 1803 United States Supreme Court decision in Marbury v.Madison the power of judicial review has firmly established America's courts as the third independent branch of government. Wisconsin's constitution, adopted 45 years later, provides the basic powers and framework of the court system in Wisconsin by Article VII of the Wisconsin. No history of Wisconsin Dells would be complete if it did not include H.H. Bennett's stop-action photo of his son Ashley leaping to Stand Rock in 1886. The studio that H.H. Bennett founded in 1865 has been continuously owned and operated by successive generations of his family Wisconsin State Map. These antique maps and atlases are part of the Historic Map Works, Residential Genealogy™ historical map collection, the largest digital collection of rare, ancient, old, historical, cadastral and antiquarian maps of its type. Read about the collection. Browse entire collection. SAVE $207.00 Wilson Township, Tonnar PO. These antique maps and atlases are part of the Historic Map Works, Residential Genealogy™ historical map collection, the largest digital collection of rare, ancient, old, historical, cadastral and antiquarian maps of its type. Read about the collection. Browse entire collection. SAVE $189.00

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Vance Creek Township. These antique maps and atlases are part of the Historic Map Works, Residential Genealogy™ historical map collection, the largest digital collection of rare, ancient, old, historical, cadastral and antiquarian maps of its type. Read about the collection. Browse entire collection. SAVE $130.00 Wisconsin Legends & Lore. Wisconsin is a land rich with stories. It was the mother of all circuses, a place of buried treasure and home to eerie ghosts and monsters. Native American legends, tall tales told at lumberjack camps and taverns, ghostlore and modern urban legends all form the wonderful mythology of the Dairy State Wisconsin bull book. Wisconsin Dairymen's Association (1934) Wisconsin butter factories and cheese factories. 1918/1919 Wisconsin cheese factories, creameries and condenseries by counties: and dairy statistics. 1913 Wisconsin domesday book. Town studies. State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1924 2. History of the territory of Wisconsin, from 1836 to 1848: Preceded by an account of some events during the period in which it was under the dominion of kings, states or other territories, previous to the year 1836. 1885, Democrat printing co., state printers. in English History of Barron County, Wisconsin. Compiled by Franklin Curtiss-Wedge, publisher: H.C. Cooper Jr. & Co, 1922. The book contains short biographies of several thousand people who lived in Barron Co. from the late 1800's to the 1920's

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Wisconsin Authors Books. Showing 1-50 of 140. Death Stalks Door County (Dave Cubiak, #1) by. Patricia Skalka. (shelved 2 times as wisconsin-authors) avg rating 3.46 — 695 ratings — published 2014. Want to Read. saving The Drink That Made Wisconsin Famous is a sweeping overview of the entire history of Wisconsin's breweries, from the pioneer era to today's craft brewing phenomenon. Doug Hoverson's wide-ranging, in-depth research allows him to weave together the varied forces that shaped the industry and delve into the individual companies that marked its development over time, both in Wisconsin and.

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Janke Book Store also carries a largely exclusive line of LOCAL HISTORY BOOKS which provide fascinating reading! Inquiries regarding other books and items in our store can be made by phoning us at 715-845-9648 or e-mailing us at esox5@charter.net. View our Products Taken from History of Crawford and Richland Counties, Wisconsin - Union Publishing Company - Springfield, IL - 1884. A special thanks to my kinsman, Donald Stowell, Yuba, Wisconsin, for the loan of the book thereby enabling this transcription Some very unsettling things were happening in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, from 1890 to 1900: epidemics, insanities, suicides, burnings, bank closings, early deaths. This darker side of life was chronicled in the 1973 book Wisconsin Death Trip, a poetic and disturbing collection of photography and newspaper accounts about life in small-town America Though the Washburn Bayfield & Iron River Railway has been treated in many books and articles, almost all has been written from the viewpoint of angry Bayfield County taxpayers who believed that they had been robbed in the whole affair. This book attempts to paint an unbiased view of the WB&IR using still existing corporate and official records in an attempt to trace the company's history from. The Free Soil Party in Wisconsin (Madison, WI: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1895), by Theodore Clarke Smith (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Wisconsin -- Registers. Wisconsin Blue Book, ed. by Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau (partial serial archives) Filed under: Wisconsin -- Rural condition

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  1. Wisconsin Biographies is a collection of media to enrich the social studies and literacy curriculum, using the stories of notable figures in Wisconsin history. This resource includes short animated videos, leveled iBook and printable books, online activities for students, a gallery of historic images, and teaching tips tied to fourth grade academic standards
  2. Illustrated Atlas of Winnebago County, Wisconsin (Madison, WI: Brant and Fuller, 1889), by George A. Randall (page images with commentary at Wisconsin) Filed under: Wisconsin -- Biography -- Portraits. from old catalog. Catalogue of the picture gallery of the State historical society of Wisconsin, ( [Madison, 1878]), by Wisconsin
  3. Mapping Wisconsin History' is one example of an educational renaissance underway in Wisconsin schools, as students receive new and compelling tools for studying the history and geography of our state, says Gaylord Nelson, former U.S. Senator and Wisconsin governor, in his foreword to the book

Wisconsin Blue Books - Collection - UWDC - UW-Madison Libraries. The State of Wisconsin Blue Book remains the primary one-volume reference source about the state, documenting the organization of the state's three branches of government (legislative, executive, and judicial). Many editions also provide a special article of substantial length. Part trail guide, part natural history of Wisconsin's state parks, this terrific book will satisfy avid hikers, family vacationers and science or geography geeks alike. Fabulous photographs and fascinating history combine to create a must have guide The Chippewa County Historical Society has published a new pictorial history book titled, Northern Wisconsin State Fair—A Fair To Remember. This is the third book the local authors, Donna.

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In the Progressive Era of American history, the state of Wisconsin gained national attention for its innovative economic and political reforms. Amidst this ferment, the Wisconsin Idea was popularized—the idea that a public university should improve the lives of people beyond the borders of its campus. Governor Robert La Follette routinely consulted with University of Wisconsin. Monday, September 23, 2013, 6:45am. The history of Native Americans in Wisconsin is rich and complex, and a local author has just completed an update of her book that examines the histories of the state's tribes through to their modern struggles. The first edition of Patty Loew's book, Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance. Anna Lardinois' new book, Storied and Scandalous Wisconsin: A History of Mischief and Menace, Hero and Heartbreak, dives into the scandals across Wisconsin history. History can sometimes feel like.

Wisconsin Historical Society. The Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory is a Depression-era project that mapped Wisconsin's land resources between 1929 and 1949. The goal of the project was to promote using land resources more effectively. This is also known as the Bordner Survey, named after its director, John Bordner Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Menu About About Project Gutenberg The Wisconsin Magazine of History, Volume 1, 1917-1918 Language: English: LoC Class: F516: United States local history: Ohio River and Valley. Subject: Wisconsin -- History -- Periodical

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The Settlement - Wisconsin 101 Our History in Objects - UW-Madison. The Settlement. Having outgrown the basement of Temple B'ne Jeshurun, the mission moved to an old house at 507 Fifth Street in 1900. It was simply called The Settlement.. Programs expanded as space and resources did—the building The book is the second phase of an oral history project initiated in 2012 for a class Arenas taught in UW-Madison Department of Chican@ and Latin@ Studies. For four years, students recorded nearly. Wisconsin author shares six generations of family history in the newly published book, 'On a Wisconsin Family Farm' April 2, 202 The Annotated Early Life Among the Indians. Books. 0 out of 5. $17.99. The Secret Life of Chief Namakagon. Books. 0 out of 5. $18.98. The Treasure of Namakagon 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h) Author. The Appleton Historical Society was formed in 2010 to preserve the history of Appleton's industry, business, and people. The society regularly hosts events to bring the city's history to the public for their enjoyment. Gwen Sargeant led the committee to create a community-inspired book

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Wisconsin Cocktails Jeanette Hurt Hurt's definitive guide effortlessly toggles between history, journalism and sociology to capture the breezy idiosyncrasies of Wisconsin bars and the peculiar imbibing conventions of their loyal patrons with an earnestness that reads like a Coen brothers script if you're non-native or a Ken Burns documentary if you are Books; Journals; For Authors; For Educators; Rights & Permissions; Support Us; About; Contact . Recent Catalogs. Spring 2021 (PDF Download) Fall 2021 (PDF Download) Browse. By Series. By Subject. By Publishing Partner . University of Wisconsin Press 728 State Street, Suite 443, Madison, WI 53706 USA Phone: 608-263-1101 | Fax: 608-263-117 Includes The Gazette (1894-1896, 1907-1922), Stevens Point Journal [Weekly] (1885-1888), and The Wisconsin Lumberman (1863-1866). Recollection Wisconsin - Historical photos, maps, books, artifacts, and oral histories from Wisconsin libraries, archives, museums and historical societies The book includes a selection of detailed trail guides for each park, which hikers can take with them on the trail to view evidence of Wisconsin's geologic and natural history for themselves. Related collections and offer Wisconsin Lead and Zinc Company -- Price: $6.00 Handling: $2.50 1881 History of Lafayette County -- Price: $50.00 Handling: $6.95 Bride and Groom Marriage Book Set-1847 to 1990 -- Price: $25.00 Handling: $12.50 Lafayette County Probate Book, Earliest to 1997 -- Price: $17.00 Handling: $6.0

Feb 29, 2016 - Featuring materials available from our Wisconsin Collection, located on the fourth floor and featuring works about Wisconsin and by Wisconsin authors. The University of Wisconsin Digital Collections - a UW System resource - provides access to digital resources, including books, that support the teaching and research needs of the UW community, uniquely document the university and State of Wisconsin, and provide access to rare or fragile items of broad research value The book describes itself as perpetuating (Wisconsin wrestling) history and the vision of George Martin. We saw a need for a definitive book on wrestling in Wisconsin, according to Jim Stephenson, former high school wrestling coach in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin Wrestling Coaches Association Alumni Chair The following items are in book form in the Local History & Genealogy department: Bound copies of other censuses and census indexes for Wisconsin and other areas of the country including; a complete 1790 census for the original states, the 1810-1830 Michigan Census Indexes, and 1836, 1838, 1840, 1842, 1850 and 1855 Wisconsin Census Indexes Tribal Histories, Ho-Chunk History. By the banks of the Lemonweir River in what for ages had been Ho-Chunk territory, Andy Thundercloud shares the oral tradition of his people. Thundercloud tells of a traveling people who migrated across the land to become many different tribes, of the importance of maintaining the traditional language, and of.

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  1. A history of the Somerset area and the first settlers, this collection contains most of Rosalie Parnell's book published in 1952 to show the history of Somereset, as well as parts of two other books: History of the St. Croix Valley by A.B. Easton (1909) and History of Northern Wisconsin by the Western Historical Society of Chicago, Illinois.
  2. Circus World in Baraboo, Wisconsin, has a long history of hosting cruel and archaic live-animal acts. Since the government-run Wisconsin Historical Society recently took control of operations at the facility, it now has the perfect opportunity to relegate these animal acts to the history books
  3. Local History Research at the Neenah Public Library. Heritage Quest. Find ancestors and relatives in the U.S. Federal Census from 1790-1880, 1900-1930 and find information on people and places described in over 25,000 family and local histories. A valid Neenah Public Library card is needed to use Heritage Quest outside of the library
  4. The Laurie History Room in Sturgeon Bay offers an extensive genealogy and local history collection. Resources available include local newspapers on microfilm, a local newspaper obituary index, family histories, a cemetery index, marriage indexes, city directories, school yearbooks, censuses on microfilm, plat maps, biographies and histories of Door County, works by local authors, and much more

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  1. Wisconsin Kraemers: History and Genealogy of the Kraemers of Bavaria and Plain, Wisconsin This three volume series covers the 360 year history and genealogy of the Kraemers from 1649 to 2000. The first known Kraemer got married at St. Vitus Catholic Church in Tiefenbach, Bavaria. He was not in construction or the professions as are
  2. This book is the story of the people, places and events that have shaped the shoreline of Lake Mendota, Wisconsin, as we know it today. Many of the photos featured in the book come from private collections and have not been seen before. On Fourth Lake: A Social History of Lake Mendota was published in August, 2015
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