Feb 20 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Dr. Christy Clark-Pujara, UW-Madison Associate Professor of History, examines attempts to achieve black male suffrage in early Wisconsin.

Mar 6 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Explore the relatively unknown story of Mildred Fish-Harnack who helped lead the underground resistance against the Nazis until her capture and execution.

Mar 20 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Discover what the lives of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s extended family can tell us about pioneer life with Jennifer Van Haaften.

Apr 3 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Joseph A. Ranney looks at how state laws have shaped American history, through the lens of the historically influential state of Wisconsin.

Apr 17 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Hit the trail for a dramatic look at Wisconsin's geologic past with a lecture from author Scott Spoolman.

May 1 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Author Bob Kann shares stories of Joyce Westerman, a Kenosha native who played for eight years in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.

Jun 12 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Author and educator Madeline Uraneck will discuss her new memoir, "How to Make a Life: A Tibetan Refugee Family and the Midwestern Woman They Adopted."

Jun 19 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Explore how and why people in the nation's heartland worshiped, feared, studied, hunted, ate and protected the birds that surrounded them.

Jun 26 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Archivist Julia Wong shares highlights from the Wisconsin Historical Society’s menu collection, which ranges from the mid-1800s to the present day.

Jul 10 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Discover how and why Milwaukee lost its beloved Braves to Atlanta with author Patrick Steele.


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