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Wisconsin History Maker Award

Read about the woman from Milwaukee's South Side who became Wisconsin's first African American secretary of state.

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Get a taste of what Civil War camp life was really like during Old World Wisconsin’s Gone for a Soldier: Civil War Camp and Soldier Experience.

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Wisconsin Historical Society's Historic Preservation Review Board and its committees will meet on Friday, August 28, 2015, at the Pyle Center.

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Attend free programs and presentations on a wide variety of historical topics throughout Wisconsin.

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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.

Wisconsin History Maker Award

Read about the founder of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), one of the most decorated individuals in the international aviation community.

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The Milwaukee Shipwreck located in Manitowoc County is now listed as a national historic place.

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Explore the prose of some of the most prominent American Revolution leaders and thinkers.

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During the month of October, the Wisconsin Historical Society will be celebrating Archives Month by hosting two open houses for the public.

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The Range Line Road Bridge located in Milwaukee County is now registered as a national historic place.

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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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Clyman Stree Historic District located in Watertown is now listed as a national historic place.

News Release

Dairy Day Celebration

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On Saturday June 27 and Sunday, June 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. celebration of National Dairy Month, visitors to Wade House

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The Wisconsin Historical Society is taking history on the road with the Wisconsin History Tour, currently at the Kenosha Public Library until Nov. 30.

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The Albert and Mary Shekey House located in Jefferson County is now registered as a national historic place.

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Three Days of 19th-Century Fun, Games and Patriotic Activities at "Independence Day Celebration"

Wisconsin History Maker Award

Read about founder and chairman of Koss Corporation, who introduced personal listening through his creation of the first stereophones.

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The Parkview Historic District located in Milton is now listed as a national historic place.

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On Saturday, July 11 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., Wade House historic site in Greenbush will be hosting Breakfast at the Inn

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The West Bay Club located in Bayfield County is now registered as a national historic place.
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