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Margarethe Schurze

Discover the history of Margethe Schurze, who created the United States' first kindergarten.

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Aldo Leopold

Discover the history of ecologist and University of Wisconsin professor Aldo Leopold

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Chief Oshkosh

Discover the history of Oshkosh, chief of the Menominee Indians.

Help your students think like archaeologists with The Mammoth Mystery interactive resource.

Learn the basic history of Wisconsin

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Kate Pelham Newcomb

Discover the history of Kate Pelham Newcomb, Wisconsin's most famous female doctor.

Print these free paper dolls based on the books Rascal and Caddie Woodlawn to find out about kids lives in Wisconsin over 100 years ago.

This online exhibit features 14 stunning, large-scale historic murals originally displayed at the 1948 Wisconsin State Fair.

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Cordelia Harvey

The Wisconsin Angel

Discover the history of Cordelia Harvey, the "Wisconsin Angel."

Borrow a traveling exhibit about community life in a Native American village 500 years ago.

Historical Essay

Lighthouses and Lifesaving

Underwater Archaeology

Learn about the importance of lighthouses on the shores of the Great Lakes.

A Middle Mississippian Settlement

Learn the history of Aztalan.

Check out some vital statistics and fun facts about Wisconsin

Learn how artifacts are conserved after they have been excavated from their underwater resting places

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Mildred Fish-Harnack Part I

Historian, Activist and Author

Discover the history of historian, activist and author Mildred Fish-Harnack.

Learn about the Peshtigo fire of 1871

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Vel Phillips

Discover the story of Vel Phillips, the first African American woman to become a judge in Wisconsin.

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Belle Case La Follette

Discover the history of Belle Case La Follete, women's suffrage activist and wife of Bob La Follette.

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Wisconsin State Symbols

Learn about Wisconsin state symbols

Underwater Archaeology

Learn about why there were so many shipwrecks in the 1800s off Wisconsin's shores.
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