Feb 16 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Author Kathleen Ernst shares stories from the immigrants who struggled to find their place and identity in Wisconsin.

Mar 1 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Curator Leslie Bellais takes a look at the phenomenon of children's clothing in the 19th century using examples from the Society's collection.

Mar 15 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Bob Jacobson traces Ole Evinrude's story from the launch of his first hand-made boat on Lake Ripley to his legacy as a giant of Wisconsin industry.

Apr 5 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Dave Desimone shares the history of Black Point Estate, a Queen Anne-style summer cottage built on Geneva Lake by Chicago beer baron Conrad Seipp in 1888.

Apr 19 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Dr. Richard Carlton Haney shares his personal story of growing up in a household influenced by the events of World War II.

May 3 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Archaeologist Amy Rosebrough gives her perspective on Wisconsin’s famous effigy mounds, including the results of new, not-yet-published research.

May 17 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Anthropologist Larry Nesper discusses the Walleye War conflict and how it has transformed the relationship between the tribes and the state of Wisconsin.


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