Jul 26 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Professor John Hall explores the colonial roots of a war that settled a 200-year contest for regional control by Indian and European powers.

Aug 2 - Aug 7 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Dive into the mystery of the sunken “car”go of the Lakeland ferry and imagine life as a factory worker in 1904!

Aug 2 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Author Peter Shrake discusses the changes that swept the Wisconsin frontier in the early to mid-1800s, through the life of Indian Agent John Kinzie.

Aug 9 - Aug 14 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Discover the unique landscape that inspires Wisconsinites to protect our home for future generations.

Aug 9 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

WCFTR film archivist Amy Sloper shares audiovisual pieces from the collection, including a little-seen clip of Frank Lloyd Wright on a national talk show.

Aug 16 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Join historian Sergio González as he discusses the formation of Milwaukee’s first Mexican community in the early twentieth century.

Aug 23 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Author Mary Antoine discusses the Battle of Prairie du Chien, a three-day siege that took place as part of the War of 1812.

Aug 25 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

This event is the bee's knees! Enjoy a dinner inspired by the 1920s followed by a presentation on flapper fashion by Society curator Leslie Bellais.

Aug 30 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Sail through the history of shipping on the Great Lakes with author Ann Lewis, the daughter of a long-time captain.

Sep 20 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Dr. Ken Cameron shares the history of the Wisconsin State Herbarium, founded in 1849 and now the 11th largest herbarium in the Americas.


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