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Brief descriptions and links to original documents created by CORE, SNCC, COFO, local residents, volunteers and opponents. Organized by topic

Follow the progression of key events before, during and after Freedom Summer. Contains links to original documents

Learn about the Wisconsin Historical Society's award-winning, full color, quarterly magazine. Published since 1917.

Do you want to see if anyone from your state or community participated in the 1964 Freedom Summer Project? Search over 1,600 names.

Free access to selected Wisconsin records to help you with your family history research

Learn about the various online and physical catalogs you can use to search the Society's collections.

Find out more about the McCormick-IHC Collection.

Information on over 7,000 photographers who were active in Wisconsin from about 1840 to 1976.

Defining Permission, Copyright and Terms of Use

Learn about obtaining permission and the copyright laws that apply to images purchased from the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Common questions about the Wisconsin Historical Society Web Archives collection.

General Information

Donating an Item or Collection

Learn the process for donating an item or collection to the Society.

General Information

Arts and Artifacts Appraisers

See a list of professional appraisers in Wisconsin and nearby areas of Minnesota and Illinois

Help recover artifacts stolen from the Wisconsin Historical Museum.

General Information

Parking and Transportation

For Headquarters, Library, Archives and Program Offices

See parking and transportation options for visiting the Wisconsin Historical Society headquarters building.

These consultants are available to help you research historic buildings and archaeological sites.

The Wisconsin Architecture and History Inventory will tell you if your property is listed, individually or contributing to a historic district.

General Information

Purchasing Copies

Copy fees and policies for the Society's Library and Archives.

Eligible properties must retain the essential physical appearance of the period in which they were important, and meet one of four criteria.

Common questions about the National Register and State Register of Historic Places.
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