The Norway Building Finally Finds Home. Women's Agency and Divorce in Early Wisconsin. Book Excerpt: "Enslaved, Indentured, Free." More!
In This Issue
- Editor's Letter
- "The Wong's of Beloit, Wisconsin," by Beatrice Loftus McKenzie
- "Ott v. Ott: Family Violence, Divorce, and Women's Agency in Nineteenth-Century Wisconsin" by Kim E. Nielsen
- "A Well-Traveled Building: The Norway Building of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair" by Brian J. Bigler
- Book Excerpt from "Enslaved, Indentured, Free" by Mary Elise Antoine
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