Learn about the values and ideas the Germans brought with them from the Old Country, including their achievements on the farm, in the workplace and in academia over the course of 150 years in Wisconsin.4
Told with a blend of scholarly research, interviews, and personal experience of the author, this latest addition to the popular "People of Wisconsin" series shares the Hmong’s varied stories of survival and hope as they have joined Wisconsin communities.
John D. Krugler brings to life the history of the dedicated corps who collected and preserved Wisconsin's diverse social heritage and fast-disappearing immigrant and migrant architecture in the largest outdoor museum of rural life in the United States.
Jones Island, originally a mile-long peninsula bordering on the Lake Michigan shoreline, has a long and fascinating history, including close ties to maritime industries and the rich ethnic heritage of Milwaukee.
COMING SOON! Arriving in paperback in spring of 2023. -- A Fur Trade Family on Lake Superior, Silbernagel deepens our understanding of this era with stories of resilient, remarkable people. Second printing, paperback.
Join the Wisconsin Historical Society and Margaret Fortier, board member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, as we share best strategies to discover your French Canadian ancestors. Webinar. Saturday, Oct. 28, 2023.