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Cover of winter edition of the Wisconsin Magazine of History with full page color photo of historic wooden Norwegian building with steep, shingled roof.

Winter 2022 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

The Norway Building Finally Finds Home. Women's Agency and Divorce in Early Wisconsin. Book Excerpt: "Enslaved, Indentured, Free." More!
	Book cover of "Obreros Unidos" with full page black and white picture of picketing farm workers and close-up of Jesus Salas in the foreground, microphone in hand. Title of the book in bold red font at the top.

Obreros Unidos: The Roots and Legacy of the Farmworkers Union

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.

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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Headshot of genealogist Julie Miller with text promoting webinar on 10/7/2023.

Genealogical Research Methodology Workshop

Join Julie Miller, a nationally-known genealogy speaker and researcher, on a journey through unique sources and methods for genealogical research. Saturday, Oct. 7, 2023.
Off-white book cover of "The Settlement Cookbook" with the title in antique black font and an illustration with floral embellishments and a woman playing flutes.

The Settlement Cook Book

A facsimile edition of the original "way to a man's heart," featuring authentic American recipes, European cooking, and Jewish favorites. First published in 1903, it was a staple of the American kitchen for more than fifty years.
Brown paperback front cover of "The Prairie Traveler" with vintage looking black font and black and white geometric border design.

The Prairie Traveler

The best-selling handbook for America's pioneers, first published in 1859. A fascinating look into the strenuous and hazardous life faced by pioneers and prairie travelers.
Front cover of the Wisconsin Magazine of History with black and white image of 1940's baseball player, Sophie Kurys, one foot on the base and poised to throw the baseball.

Spring 2023 | Wisconsin Magazine of History

In this Issue: The story of the All-American Girls Softball League; Raymond Hagen's memoir of growing up on Washington Island; The story of "Stambaugh's Treaty" between the Menomonee nation and the New York Indians, a group of seven Indian nations from New York who had been forced west; and a book excerpt from "Obreros Unidos: The Roots and Legacy of the Farmworkers Movement."