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We have over 200 original bird's-eye-view maps of Wisconsin cities and villages dating from the 1860s to the early 1900s.

More than 2,000 feature articles totaling more than 30,000 pages are online.

These maps identify local landowners within each Wisconsin county and provide information about cultural and topographical features.

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About Our Social Action Collection

See an overview of the Society's Social Action holdings.

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About Our Paintings

Wisconsin Historical Museum Collections

Explore our collection of paintings, many of which can be viewed online.

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Indian Language Manuscripts Guide

Follow links to documents by missionaries, traders, Indian agents, linguists and anthropologists which help preserve more than 20 endangered languages.

Start your own local historical society or group.

Learn how to access and explore the Henry and Elizabeth Baird Papers.

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About Reference Maps of Wisconsin

Access approximately 200 modern maps of basic cultural and geographical data about Wisconsin and its history. Perfect for teachers, students.

The Society owns one of the nation's richest collections of Civil Rights movement records, including more than 100 manuscript collections on Freedom Summer

Research your ancestors using our physical and digital collections of over 40,000 U.S. and Canadian family histories.

See an overview of the Society's Organic Farming and Sustainable Agriculture Collection.

Search this digital collection of 16,000 historical newspaper articles on notable Wisconsin people and communities.

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About Our Cemetery Records

The Society owns many small groups of published and unpublished records from churches and from public and private cemeteries around Wisconsin.

Learn about our Mass Communications History collections and how to access them.

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About Our Immigration Records

Explore our physical and digital collection of naturalization records for Wisconsin and passenger lists for the U.S. and Canada.

Oral Histories

Explore this online oral history collection to hear firsthand accounts from Holocaust survivors who settled in Wisconsin.

All Wisconsin National Register of Historic Places listings are searchable on our website.

See original maps from this Depression-era project that documented Wisconsin's land resources between 1929 and 1949.
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