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The Wisconsin History Tour in Superior allows patrons to attend a week of free programs.

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The iconic Memorial Union and Terrace is now listed as a national historic place.

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The downtown Historic District of Baraboo is now registered as a historical place.

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The Wandawega Inn in Walworth County is now registered as a national historic place.

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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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The story of the War of 1812 will be re-enacted on the very ground that the battle took place.

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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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The Sunset Hills District in Madison is now registered as a national historic place.

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The Lakeland Shipwreck located in Door County is now registered as a national historic place.

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Come watch an exciting game of historic base ball from the 19th century!

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Take a culinary tour of Wisconsin's bicycling history.

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Bringing Top Authors, Pre-history Mysteries, the 'Real' Paul Bunyan, Packers Talk & More to Eau Claire

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The William and Edith Gray Farmstead located in Rock County is now registered as a national historic place.

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Stonefield, located in Cassville, will celebrate the history of trains and railroading in Wisconsin.

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Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious hearth-cooked meal, prepared with their own hands, in the historic Wade House stagecoach hotel.

Wisconsin History Maker Award

This Wisconsin-born yachtsman medaled in several Olympic Games and has won more than 60 major national and international sailing championships.

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

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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Experience what school was like on a one-room schoolhouse with Susan Apps-Bodilly.

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Experience the magic of a mid-19th-century christmas at Wade House in Greenbush .
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