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    • Wisconsin fish map.
    • 2005-2006
    • 202137_EP.qxd 5/9/06 4:38 PM Page 51. MUSKEUUMGE BASS Over io,ooo MILES OP TieoUT -STREAMS IN WISCONSIN There are 8,289 Wisconsin lakes tuat offer excellekt FISHING Courtesy of Jim Draeger The Resort Owner's Association of...


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    • Rastatt, Germany, and environs, 1849
    • 1928-1929
    • rastatt and environs 1849


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    • Names used on early maps, and since, for Lake Koshkonong and the streams near it.
    • 1947-1948
    • 1948 koshkonong a misunderstood place-name 435 18 s3 white water or u3 id other fel\it%p 41 village maps tite streams near t


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    • The Wisconsin Historical Society's historic sites.
    • 1973-1974
    • s^^e&^es^^s^s^^'^^^'ks />/ Lake , Superior Superior Isl Madelitielslajtd M iohi O ^ n CO .^ .^ >t^^r'Ci||^ i:iI51'C)RIG ¦NX- Ciwus World CBdl 9rtenlnaii ^ mllalioids r^A^jw Mmaal'J^uil ^Stonefield [HI 1 he lazy days of summer—the perfect...


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    • Chart showing the known distribution of whales in 1851.
    • 1970-1971
    • ^__4 ,——f—4—» ^ —1 — Second-class postage paid al i- -» -Madison, '^"C<""'"f"^"


    • 'Born and raised on the river': weathering the floods at Villa Louis and Stonefield
    • Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, 1821.
    • 2001-2002
    • Wisconsin Magazine of History This photograph, taken in the 1860s, shows the resilience of Hercules Dousman. The building was later razed to make room for I WHS Archives, Place File, WHi(X3)34197 fill the island," describes Schroeder. Both he and...


    • 'Born and raised on the river': weathering the floods at Villa Louis and Stonefield
    • Villa Louis and Stonefield.
    • 2001-2002
    • Wisconsin Magazine of History direction. Fences were swept away, the fort was for a time abandoned, and many inhabitants of the village were compelled to retreat across the slough to the higher part of Prairie du Chien, or to seek safety in boats,...


    • 'Born and raised on the river': weathering the floods at Villa Louis and Stonefield
    • Cassville, Wisconsin.
    • 2001-2002
    • Wisconsin Magazine of History Cassville, site of Stonefield Village >s To Prairie du Cliien % IOWA A N "My mother-in-law had never been in a boat, and she didn't want to leave, but they said she had to." In her landlubber lifestyle, Helen Fernette...


    • 'Born and raised on the river': weathering the floods at Villa Louis and Stonefield
    • St. Feriole Island, site of Villa Louis, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.
    • 2001-2002
    • Wisconsin Magazine of History St. Feriole Island, site of Villa Louis J- o 73. < CD IOWA ==^8^=='''^ w -S- *5s A N (^ 1 S C 0 N S 1 N 1 St. Feriole / Island Villa Louis Prairie Du Chien ..^===n To Cassw'//e \ r€)= 1 ...


    • 'Dynamite for the brain': the growth and decline of socialism in central and lakeshore Wisconsin, 1910-1920
    • “Dynamite for the Brain”: The Growth and Decline of Socialism in Central and Lakeshore Wisconsin, 1910-1920 tells the history of socialism in Wisconsin’s rural areas during the Progressive Era. While mention is made of Victor Berger...
    • 1982-1983
    • Lake Superior Duluth *. Minnesota MinneapoliS| St. Paul Michigan linois Socialist activity flourished in these central and lakeshore communities from 1910 to 1920.


    • 'My long and somewhat eventful life': Frederick G. Hollman's autobiography
    • The lead mining region of Wisconsin and Illinois, 1829.
    • 1972-1973
    • " IPritWf i;,ii ,•„¦ ^" „-l"'l „y.»^-' .r' ..~^'^'i'i"ej'"rl>i(^,4l'(>\tinl.t '^-y^' ly ,./ /I «', RAW F OKI)- «'.O.--• .„,,¦¦¦ .„-,, ,.,i -I*"' „• ".'V/> - ^: .^iW...


    • 'Tell those gray haired men what they should know': the Hayward Indian Congress of 1934
    • Wisconsin Indian reservations and communities in the late 19th century.
    • 1993-1994
    • Wisconsin Indi.^n Reservations and coM.MUNiTins IN THE Late 19th century Wisconsin Indian Reservations and Communities in the late nineteenth century. Map courtesy Sean Hartnett, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. thus...


    • 'Tell those gray haired men what they should know': the Hayward Indian Congress of 1934
    • The Lac du Flambeau Reservation in 1933.
    • 1993-1994
    • OWNERSHIP STATUS OF LAND ON THE LAC DU FLAMBEAU INDIAN RESERVATION, WISCONSIN. 1933 legem: Mttmum Ai» IWN6 AliOTII SWAMP imm cmua m Of WISCONSIf TOTAL The Lac du Flambeau Reservation in 1933. Like other Wisconsin reservations, Lac du Flambeau...


    • 'The very picture of anarchy': women in the Oshkosh woodworkers' strike of 1898
    • Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
    • 2000-2001
    • BVTTE HM Sash, Door, and Blind Factories: 1. Paine Lumber Co. 2. IVIcMillen Co. (riot) 3. Radford Bros. Co. 4. Williamson-Libbey Co. 5. Morgan Co. 6. Foster-Hafner Mills 7. Gould Manufacturing Co. 0 Morris Funeral Sites: 11. St. Peter's Catholic...


    • 'This naughty, naughty city': prostitution in Eau Claire from the frontier to the progressive era
    • Sanborn-Parris fire insurance map of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 1897.
    • 1997-1998
    • WHi (X3) 51407 Tte Sanborn-Parris Fire Insurance Map of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 1897 sfiows tfie progression and confinement of Eau Claire's Irrothels primarily to the Second Ward. let for female social and sexual compan¬ ionship. Like any other...


    • 'This naughty, naughty city': prostitution in Eau Claire from the frontier to the progressive era
    • The Fox House, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 1897.
    • 1997-1998
    • WHi (X,^) ,")1408 Despite a municipal initiative to move houses of prostitution to the city's outskirts, the Fox House remained opposite the railroad depot, in the city's busy Second Ward, as this map detail from 1897 indicates. sented good public...


    • 'What do you do up here?': tales of a Lake Superior light housekeeper
    • The Apostle Islands and the Raspberry Island lighthouse.
    • 2000-2001
    • Wisconsin Magazine of History ^Apostle Sdands ap by Joel Heiman, base map from the U S Geological Survey Raspberry MandLighthouse marks the entrance to the West Channel (the red line on the map), one of the shipping lanes that directed...


    • 'What do you do up here?': tales of a Lake Superior light housekeeper
    • Lighthouses in Wisconsin.
    • 2000-2001
    • Wisconsin Magazine of History jM Superior Breakwater Devils Island Sand Island Raspberry I Chequamegon Point 1j l^nd S fi Lake Superior Outer Island I Michigan Island n Michigan Island Second Tower La Pointe Light Ashland i Breakwater...


    • 'Who guards our mothers, who champions our kids?': Amy Louise Hunter and maternal and child health in Wisconsin, 1935-1960
    • Infant and maternal mortality rates in Wisconsin, 1932-1936.
    • 1999-2000
    • WISCONSIN MAGAZINE OE HISTORY SPRING, 2000 INFANT MORTALITY RATES IN WISCONSIN 60 up ¦¦ 50-59555{ 40 ^U9 under tf) I I Per 1,000 live births \VHi(X198):ilB-r Map documenting the decline in infant morlality rates. taking place in rural...


    • [Frontispiece] Buildings and grounds of the Wisconsin Memorial Hospital at Farwell's Point, Wisconsin
    • Bird's-eye view of the buildings and grounds of the Wisconsin Memorial Hospital at Farwell's Point on Lake Medota, Dane County, Wisconsin.
    • 1925-1926
    • eb&c.ted mthe statb as a memorial to the oldire5 or wisconsin . and roe the rf.habilitation or disabled veterans of the great war ¦ farweli/s point wisconsin major w t lor.rnz.m.d medkaldim.ctor5.wt -^ first buhlpin<&6 occupied in drcembeil fkom a...

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