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About Our Labor Collection

See an overview of the Society's Labor Collection.

Explore our physical and digital collections of local and county histories for Wisconsin, the U.S. and Canada.

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

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

Explore millions of pre-1907 Wisconsin Vital Records. Copies are also available for purchase.

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About Our Paintings

Wisconsin Historical Museum Collections

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

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.

Learn how Civil War Records are organized and how to purchase copies.

See an overview and learn how to access the state archives and government records.

Learn how to access and explore the McCormick-International Harvester Collection.

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About Our Wisconsin Name Index

Use the Wisconsin Name Index to browse obituaries, newspaper clippings and biographical book excerpts.

Access Information

See fees and registration information for the Wisconsin Historic Preservation Database (WHPD).

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About Our Maps in Books

Digitally Reproduced Maps of Wisconsin and American History

Features hundreds of digitally reproduced maps from rare books, manuscripts, magazines and journals covering all aspects of Wisconsin and American History.

See an overview of the Society's Draper Manuscript Collection.

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About Our Civil War Collections

Explore our physical and online collections of Civil War materials including Wisconsin regimental histories, maps, casualty lists, lettters and more.
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