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Bob Buege brings stories that only Milwaukee can tell to life in "Borchert Field: Stories from Milwaukee’s Legendary Ballpark."

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New York Times Best-Selling Author and Humorist Michael Perry is back with a brand new collection of bite-sized essays.

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Wisconsin Historical Society Press publishes John P. Kaminski's word portrait of founder Alexander Hamilton.

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Society members and the public are invited to celebrate the new Wisconsin Historical Society Press book, “Polka Heartland: Why the Midwest Loves to Polka.”

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The Wisconsin Historical Society Press offers media publications this special ice skating excerpt from celebrated rural historian Jerry Apps.

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This month, the Summer 2015 edition of the Wisconsin Magazine of History tells a backstory to Bennett's success

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View some of Wisconsin's most remarkable homes, from the comfort of your own home on a new Wisconsin Public Television documentary DVD.

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Tools for Teaching the History of Civil Rights in Milwaukee and the Nation is a user-friendly handbook focusing on Civil Rights history.

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Discover how Frank Kovac Jr.'s cosmic creativity turned an astronomical vision into reality in The Man Who Painted the Universe

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The MCHS awards the honor each year for the best book-length contribution to Milwaukee historiography.
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