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Produced by Wisconsin Public Television
Running time 60 minutes
Author: Muriel Simms
224 pages, 64 b/w illus., 6x9
Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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Hundreds of African American soldiers and regimental employees represented Wisconsin in the Civil War, and many of them lived in the state either before or after the conflict. And yet, if these individuals are mentioned at all in histories of the state, it is with a sentence or two about their small numbers.... Full details below.
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An educational children's story that features prominent black women in history who have helped to better the world. Full-color illustrations throughout.
An educational children's story that showcases life stories of exceptional black men in history. Full-color illustrations throughout.
Enamel lapel pin that says, "Hate Cannot Drive Out Hate. Only Love Can Do That." ~Martin Luther King.
Black Wisconsinites react to George Wallace. Wisconsin's place in the maple syrup industry. Book excerpt: Letters from Clara. More!
Using the Nguzo Saba, "or seven principles" of Kwanzaa, the author creates a story that shows how family members can pull together for their own good and the good of the entire community.
Two Trailblazing Black Women in the Republican Party. Wisconsin's "Plaster Doctor: Quack or Cure?" Book Excerpt: "Wisconsin Waters." More!
The Norway Building Finally Finds Home. Women's Agency and Divorce in Early Wisconsin. Book Excerpt: "Enslaved, Indentured, Free." More!
Winning Women's Suffrage. Lead Mining & Slavery. Book Excerpt: "Proxmire: Bulldog of the Senate." More!
The first biography to chronicle the life and career of one of the most beloved musical artists to come out of Wisconsin. From his earliest days singing in the 1940s until his death in 2017, Jarreau defied categorization.
Milwaukee's Bronzeville, a thriving 12-block area along Walnut street, is remembered by African American elders as a good place to grow up—times were hard, but the community was tight.