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Dr. Lyman C. Draper and his Southern historical manuscripts  No Year  View
Incidents of border life in VirginiaJune No Year  View
Manuscripts in State Library disproves attacks on Lincoln  No YearDaneMadisonView
The story of the pound of teaMay271886DaneMadisonView
Death of ex-Gov. Nelson DeweyJuly221889GrantCassvilleView
Dr. DraperFebruary251890  View
Buried with honorAugust211895  View
Names of the LakesJanuary211895DaneMadisonView
Talked of other daysJanuary201897RockJanesvilleView
Public library moves this weekFebruary111906DaneMadisonView
Fully 4,00 people at rapids celebrationAugust091909ManitowocManitowocView
Draper manuscriptsNovember151914  View
The Draper manuscriptsNovember151914  View
Eighty-two years this very week came to Madison the first permanent settlers, Simeon Mills and A.A. BirdJune121919DaneMadisonView
Draper's puttering gave to Wisconsin valuable historyNovember281920MilwaukeeMilwaukeeView
Trempealeau State ParkJuly091920TrempealeauTrempealeauView
Unique advertisements found in old Madison newspaper printed 65 years agoJanuary011920DaneMadisonView
Early Elkhart Lake settlersSeptember 1921SheboyganSheboyganView
Perrot Park, historic site of first fort on MississippiSeptember111921Trempealeau View
Dr. Lyman C. Draper was central figure in growth of state historical societyMay211923DaneMadisonView
The State Historical SocietyMarch011923DaneMadisonView
First map of Madison was drawn year before first white man cameNovember011925DaneMadisonView
Former home of State Journal once auctionedMarch011925DaneMadisonView
Scarcity of silver caused issuance of illegal substituteMay251925DaneMadisonView
Lake Kegonsa region Indian mounds important links with early historyJanuary171926DaneMcFarlandView
The Dousman chateau and early legendsJune231926CrawfordPrairie du ChienView
American historians pay tribute to Charles Draper, Madison scholarFebruary241929DaneMadisonView
Historians discuss George Rogers Clark, old northwestApril271929  View
Jenkins will talk of battle of 1780June021930MilwaukeeMilwaukeeView
[Wisconsin preserves survivors' stories of battle that turned Revolutionary War ]July161930DaneMadisonView
Burr Oak 'Landmarks' many in early surveys families once neighborsApril141935DaneMadisonView
If Col. Bird had had his way, we'd be finding our inspiration in sunsets on Lake Doty and moonlight on Lake CatlinApril261936DaneMadisonView

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