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Summer 2016 Issue, Volume 99, Number 4

Explore the contents of the current issue of the Wisconsin Magazine of History.

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

What steps should you take to research burial sites prior to conducting a field project? Read more to find out.

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"How to Preserve Your Historic Building" Web Content

Disclaimer from the Wisconsin Historical Society

Do you have a three-dimensional object that relates in a significant way to the history or prehistory of Wisconsin? See the other criteria needed to donate

Learn about current Wisconsin Historical Society guidelines for the documentation of human burial sites.

Sample Pages and Table of Contents

View full TOC and download sample pages to see how the book addresses the fundamentals of Wisconsin history while promoting strong literacy skills.

Discover the tax incentives available to owners of historic commercial buildings.

A Guide for Archaeologists

Ensure you are complying with Wisconsin's burial sites laws.

'Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story'

Ordering instructions for the 4th-grade textbook

Student Guides to National History Day

Get inspired to select a Wisconsin topic for your National History Day project.

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Wisconsin Archives Month

Learn how your institution can participate in Wisconsin Archives Month.

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Stonefield Visitor Information

A Wisconsin Historic Site in Cassville, WI

Experience a 1900s farming village, Agricultural Museum and the Governor Nelson Dewey home site.

A list of resources for professionals recommended by the Division of Historic Preservation-Public History.

How to renovate upper floor space into residential units.

Learn the value of preserving your historic building's original elevator.

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Government Publications

Learn how to access the Government Publications collections at the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Learn about common problems you may encounter with your brick masonry.

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

Find answers to the most common questions about Wisconsin Historical Markers.
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