Valerie van Heest "Lost on the Lady Elgin"
Mar 16 to Mar 16
Author and explorer Valerie van Heest will present a talk, “Lost on the Lady Elgin,” on March 16 at the Shorewood Public Library. Van Heest...
Papyrus: Paper’s Ancestor
Sep 5 to Nov 29
. Visitors can explore the fascinating history of ancient Egypt through papyrus, the material on which Egyptians recorded their lives. Get a closer look at...
The Arab Spring: Democracy and Social Protest in the Middle East
Lecture presented by Molly Patterson, assistant professor of history at UW-Whitewater as part of the Fairhaven Lecture Series, "Democracy Today: An International Perspective"
Ada James papers and correspondence
Ada James (1876-1952) was a leading a social reformer, humanitarian and pacifist from Richland Center, Wis., and daughter of state senator David G. James. The...
All Sewn Up: Millinery, Dressmaking, Clothing and Costume
This digital collection includes millinery, dressmaking, clothing and costume books from UW-Madison collections. These books from the first half of the 20th century (1907–1940s) include...
America's Black Holocaust Virtual Museum
America's Black Holocaust Museum is a virtual museum dedicated to telling the under-told stories of the tragedies and triumphs of the Africans brought in chains...
1st Brigade Band
A Civil War-era military band playing original music on antique instruments. Performances re-create the era with music, song and stories in an entertaining yet informative...
Appleton Historical Society
The Appleton Historical Society was formed in 2010 to preserve, protect and promote the history of Appleton. The AHS meets the third Wednesday of the...
Beloit Historical Society
Founded in 1910, the Beloit Historical Society (in Rock County) maintains two facilities: Lincoln Center, with main offices, exhibits and archives; and Hanchett-Bartlett Homestead, a...