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Wisconsin Hometown Stories: La Crosse DVD

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Historians and local citizens tell the tale of a city at the junction of the Mississippi, Black and La Crosse Rivers. Running Time 60 minutes
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Stories of Native American settlement and evolving industrial climates. Film, archival images and interviews with historians and local citizens tell the tale of a city at the junction of the Mississippi, Black and La Crosse Rivers.


Produced by the Wisconsin Historical Society and PBS Wisconsin.


(60 min, 2008)

Stories of Native American settlement and evolving industrial climates. Film, archival images and interviews with historians and local citizens tell the tale of a city at the junction of the Mississippi, Black and La Crosse Rivers.


Produced by the Wisconsin Historical Society and PBS Wisconsin.


(60 min, 2008)

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