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Pao Lor discusses Modern Jungles: A Hmong Refugee's Childhood Story of Survival

Apr 14 :: Online Webinar ::
Join WHS Press, Lion's Mouth Bookstore, and the UW-Green Bay Archives Department for the launch of Dr. Pao Lor's powerful new memoir
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Northern Wisconsin Book Club Meeting - Taking Flight: A History of Birds and People in the Heart of America

Apr 15 :: Online Webinar ::
Join fellow northern Wisconsin book lovers in an engaging discussion on "Taking Flight: A History of Birds and People in the Heart of America."
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Cherie Dargan discusses her contribution to the new collection The Sower and the Seer: Perspectives on the Intellectual History of the American Midwest

Apr 20 :: Online Webinar ::
Hearst Center for the Arts welcomes Cherie Dargan to discuss the rich literary history of Cedar Rapids
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"Book Bites" - Martha Bergland discusses "The Birdman of Koshkonong: The Life of Naturalist Thure Kumlien"

Apr 21 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a new season of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
Author Appearance

Fill 'er Up: The Glory Days of Wisconsin Gas Stations

Apr 22 :: Community United Methodist Church :: Elm Grove
Step back to the day when a visit to the gas station meant service with a smile, a wash of the windshield, and the cheerful question, "Fill 'er up?"
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Author Martha Bergland discusses The Birdman of Koshkonong

Apr 27 :: Online Webinar ::
Biographer Martha Bergland uncovers the story of pioneering Wisconsin ornithologist, botanist, and naturalist Thure Kumlien
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Modern Jungles: A Conversation about the Hmong Refugee Experience in Wisconsin

Apr 29 :: Online Webinar ::
Join the Wisconsin Historical Society for a free online panel discussion exploring the Hmong refugee experience in Wisconsin and the Midwest.
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"Book Bites" - Sergio M. González discusses "Mexicans in Wisconsin"

May 5 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a new season of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
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"Book Bites" - Robert Silbernagel discusses "The Cadottes: A Fur Trade Family on Lake Superior"

May 19 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a series of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
Author Appearance

Rebel Poet: More Stories from a 21st Century Indian

Aug 10 :: Reiter Center :: Three Lakes
Oneida author and storyteller Louis V. Clark III (Two Shoes) seamlessly blends poetry and prose to share his own American Indian story.