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Just for Fun


View these Society's interactive resources that make learning fun!

  • The Sinking of the Lucerne
    Help underwater archaeologists solve the mystery of the "Case of the Lost Lucerne."
  • The Mammoth Mystery
    Discover how archaeologists uncovered events that happened thousands of years ago in what is now Kenosha County.
  • Paper Dolls
    See two how two kids from Wisconsin, from Rascal and Caddie Woodlawn , two great books about the lives of kids in Wisconsin long ago.
  • Today's Odd Wisconsin

    Towns Named for Murderer & Victim
    In the 1830s, a giant named Pierre Pauquette traded with the Ho-Chunk at the portage on the Wisconsin River. At six-foot two and 240 pounds, Pauquette was famous for his strength. His thighs were as thick as most men's waists, he could carry an 800-pound barrel of lead, and more than once he lifted a horse clear off the ground....
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