Places Along the Way Series

Richly illustrated with historic and contemporary photos, the "Places Along the Way" series links Wisconsin's past with its present, telling the state's history through its architecture.

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People of Wisconsin Series

These engaging, reader-friendly books offer concise introductions to the state s early settlers, describing their reasons for leaving home, their arduous journeys, and their adjustments to life in a new land.

Fascinating photographs, maps, and first-person accounts of immigrant life in Wisconsin enhance the text.

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Ratification of the Constitution Series

This documentary series is a research tool of remarkable power, an unrivaled reference work for historical and legal scholars, librarians, and students of the Constitution. The volumes are encyclopedic, consisting of manuscript and printed documents compiled from hundreds of sources, copiously annotated, thoroughly indexed, and often accompanied by microfiche supplements. (Volumes with microfiche supplements included are marked with an asterisk (*) below.)

"The most important editorial project in the nation."
— Leonard Levy, historian

Edited by John P. Kaminski, Gaspare J. Saladino, Richard Leffler, Charles H. Schoenleber and Margaret A. Hogan.

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Forthcoming Volumes
  • Volume XXVII: Ratification by the States: South Carolina
  • Volume XXVIII: Ratification by the States: New Hampshire, Vermont
  • Volume XXIX-XXX: Ratification by the States: North Carolina
  • Ratification by the States: Bill of Rights, No. 1
  • Ratification by the States: Bill of Rights, No. 2

Voices of the Wisconsin Past Series

Take a journey to the past through these first-person accounts of the state's history gathered from letters, diaries, and oral histories. Hear the voices of those who made Wisconsin history.

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History of Wisconsin Series

This acclaimed six-volume set covers the history of Wisconsin from early exploration through 1965. Filled with maps and illustrations, these in-depth resources are a must for any Wisconsin history buff.

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