The nation-to-nation treaties and other documents discussed here testify to the complexity and sovereignty of Indigenous governance then and now. This volume is a vital resource for historians and an accessible introduction to Indigenous treatymaking in Wisconsin.
A collaborative effort by dozens of biologists and ecologists, Field Guide to Wisconsin Streams is accessible to anglers, teachers and students, amateur naturalists, and experienced scientists alike. More than 1,000 images.
Take a nostalgic ride around the fair with celebrated rural historian, Jerry Apps, as the former 4-H leader and fair judge showcases the history of Wisconsin county fairs (and the state fair) in this salute to one of the Midwest’s greatest summer traditions!
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.
A first-hand narrative of the fight for farmworkers' rights from celebrated labor leader, Jesus Salas. Young leaders founded Obreros Unidos (Workers United) to fight for fairness and respect, and to provide services to migrant families.
Back in stock with fresh design elements! -- Hand made by a member of a federally recognized tribe of the U.S. Choose "Natural" or "Colorful," and we will do our best to fill your order accordingly based on availability. Colors and styles vary.
Learn more about the history of Lake Mendota's shoreline and the people and place along it in this collection of stories, maps, newspaper articles, and other fully colored illustrations compiled by Donald P. Sanford. Details below.
In this beautifully illustrated children's book based on historical documents, readers share in Sport's adventures while discovering the various ways lighthouse tender ships helped keep the lake safe for others.
An intimate and engaging Native food memoir. These stories from the author’s teen and tween years—some serious, some laugh-out-loud funny—will take readers from Catholic schoolyards to Native foot trails to bowling alleys. An intimate and engaging Native food memoir.
Just pull the model biplane back along a surface to wind it up, release, and watch it go! No glue or special tools are required to assemble this DIY kit. Just punch the pre-cut pieces out of their composite wood boards and snap them together. A good starter model.
A fun do-it-yourself kit. When finished it can be easily displayed on a bookshelf or desk. This mechanical model works with the aid of a rubber band that activates an all-wheel-drive motor. The workings of the gears, pistons, and levers are easy to see and educational watch. Precision, laser-cut wooden parts.