Dictionary of Wisconsin History
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Term: Notestein, Barbara 1949
Definition: (Dem.), 19th Assembly District Born Madison, April 14, 1949. Graduate Whitefish Bay H.S.; B.A. Beloit College 1971; M.S.W. U. of Michigan 1975. Full-time legislator. Former director of the Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee; social worker for Project Involve; VISTA volunteer. Member: Women's Business Initiative Corp. Bd.; Bay View Community Center Bd.; Water Tower Landmark Trust; Skylight Theater Adv. Bd.; Lower Eastside Neighbors; Historic Third Ward. Recipient: JFK School of Government/ Ford Foundation Commendation 1994; YWCA of Greater Milwaukee Policymaker of the Year Award 1994; Wisconsin Women's Network Stateswoman of the Year Award 1993; Maternal and Child Health Coalition Outstanding Elected Official 1992; Milw. Coun. of Jewish Women Award 1991; Gaylord Nelson Human Service Award 1990; Environmental Decade Clean 16 Award 1986, 1988, 1990, 1994, 1996; NOW Feminist of the Year 1989. Elected to Assembly since 1984. Assistant Majority Leader 1993, 1991. Biennial committee assignments: 1997 -- Children and Families; Judiciary (also 1995); Managed Care; Wisconsin Works Oversight. 1995 -- Environmental and Utilities; Insurance, Securities and Corporate Policy (also 1993); Welfare Reform; Legis. Coun. Com. on Future of Recycling. 1993 -- Special Com. on Welfare Reform (chp.); Urban Education (also 1991, chp. 1989); Women's Council (1983-93). Telephone: Office: (608) 266-0650; District: (414) 963-2188; E-mail address: Rep.Notestein@legis.state.wi.us Voting address: 1724 East Geneva Place, Milwaukee 53211. Mailing address: Office: Room 218 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708. (1997-98)
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42 records found
Albion Academy (Historic Marker)
Barber, Joel Allen 1809 - 1881
Bergh, Johan Arndt 1847 - 1927
Black, Spencer 1950
Burke, Brian B. 1958
Civil War: 13th Infantry
Davidson, John Nelson 1848 - 1945
Democratic Party (in Wisconsin)
Denniston House (Historic Marker Erected 1969)
Dewey, Nelson 1813 - 1889
Four Lakes, City of the
Homme, Even Johnson 1843 - 1903
Hulst, Nelson Powell 1842 - 1923
Little Bohemia raid
Ludington, Harrison 1812 - 1891
Ludington, Nelson 1818 - 1883
Lumberjacks' nicknames (logging)
Nelson Dewey-First Governor of Wisconsin (Historic
Nelson [origin of place name]
Nelson, Adolphys Peter 1872 - 1927
Nelson, Buffalo Co.
Nelson, Gaylord A. 1916-2005
Nelson, George Bliss 1876 - 1943
Nelson, John Mandt 1870 - 1955
Nelson, Town of, Buffalo Co.
Nelson, Village of, Buffalo Co.
Nelsonville (historical), Eau Claire Co.
Nelsonville, Portage Co.
Nelsonville, Village of, Portage Co.
Neville, Arthur Courtenay 1850 - 1929
Notestein, Barbara 1949
Outdoor Recreation Act Program (ORAP)
Paine, Edward Lathrop 1801 - 1893
Stone, John Nelson 1835 - 1919
timeline of Wisconsin history, 1836-1899
Tittemore, James Nelson 1864 - 1949
Tweedy, John Hubbard 1814 - 1891
Wells, Horatio Nelson 1808 - 1858