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      Autumn 2021 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

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      Villa Louis at 150. Settler Colonialism at Black River Falls. Book Excerpt: "Hope is the Thing." More.
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      In This Issue

      • The rich interiors of Villa Louis; by Mary Elise Antoine
      • A collection of first-person essays and poems on coping during crisis collected during the COVID-19 pandemic; B.J. Hollars
      • Jacob Spaulding's life and efforts to stop removal of the Ho-Chunk from their homeland in Black River Falls; by Paul Rykken
      • Passenger pigeons in Wisconsin; by John H. Nondorf
      • A short memoir of growing up in a newsroom family in New Glarus and Monticello; by Catherine Capellaro

      About the "Wisconsin Magazine of History"

      "The Wisconsin Magazine of History" is the full-color quarterly magazine of the Wisconsin Historical Society. It informs and delights readers with intriguing articles about Wisconsin culture and the people, places and events of Wisconsin's past. Since it was first published in 1917, the Wisconsin Magazine of History celebrates all that makes Wisconsin special. Carefully researched and beautifully presented, the magazine documents the rich social, economic, and political history of Wisconsin with photographs, cartoons, posters and drawings from visual materials in the Society's collections. Every issue also features book excerpts from the award-winning Wisconsin Historical Society Press, Wisconsin's oldest book publisher.

      Issues become available for purchase online only after a new issue is released. For example, the spring issue becomes available only after the summer issue is released. If issues are not listed online, they are not available for purchase. Once out of stock, issues will not be restocked. 

      How to Get a Free Subscription

      Subscriptions to the Wisconsin Magazine of History are a benefit of membership in the Wisconsin Historical Society. To become a member, visit Become a Member, or call us toll free at 1-888-748-7479.

      Browse the "Wisconsin Magazine of History" Online

      Browse over 100 years of Wisconsin History in the of the "Wisconsin Magazine of History’s" online archive. Click here to browse

      In This Issue

      • The rich interiors of Villa Louis; by Mary Elise Antoine
      • A collection of first-person essays and poems on coping during crisis collected during the COVID-19 pandemic; B.J. Hollars
      • Jacob Spaulding's life and efforts to stop removal of the Ho-Chunk from their homeland in Black River Falls; by Paul Rykken
      • Passenger pigeons in Wisconsin; by John H. Nondorf
      • A short memoir of growing up in a newsroom family in New Glarus and Monticello; by Catherine Capellaro

      About the "Wisconsin Magazine of History"

      "The Wisconsin Magazine of History" is the full-color quarterly magazine of the Wisconsin Historical Society. It informs and delights readers with intriguing articles about Wisconsin culture and the people, places and events of Wisconsin's past. Since it was first published in 1917, the Wisconsin Magazine of History celebrates all that makes Wisconsin special. Carefully researched and beautifully presented, the magazine documents the rich social, economic, and political history of Wisconsin with photographs, cartoons, posters and drawings from visual materials in the Society's collections. Every issue also features book excerpts from the award-winning Wisconsin Historical Society Press, Wisconsin's oldest book publisher.

      Issues become available for purchase online only after a new issue is released. For example, the spring issue becomes available only after the summer issue is released. If issues are not listed online, they are not available for purchase. Once out of stock, issues will not be restocked. 

      How to Get a Free Subscription

      Subscriptions to the Wisconsin Magazine of History are a benefit of membership in the Wisconsin Historical Society. To become a member, visit Become a Member, or call us toll free at 1-888-748-7479.

      Browse the "Wisconsin Magazine of History" Online

      Browse over 100 years of Wisconsin History in the of the "Wisconsin Magazine of History’s" online archive. Click here to browse

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