Great Cities, Small Treasures : The Ancient World of the Indus Valley

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  • LeRoy Larson Collection

    The LeRoy Larson Collection documents the traditional dance music of Scandinavians, chiefly Norwegians, in Minnesota with some overlap into western Wisconsin and northern Iowa. LeRoy Wilbur Larson (1939- ) is a musician, composer, musicologist/ethn…

  • History of the University of Wisconsin-Stout Collection

    The History of UW-Stout Collection includes materials that represent the students, faculty, campus, events, and classroom work on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Stout and its predecessors. This collection is representative of the institu…

  • Reminiscences of Lucien B. Caswell (1827-1919) - Wisconsin Pioneer and Civic Leader

    Lucien B. Caswell spent the first nine years of his life in Vermont, but much of the rest of his life was spent in Wisconsin. Caswell was a lawyer in Fort Atkinson and went on to be elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly and later the United State…

  • The Wisconsin Palmyrene Aramaic Inscription Project

    The Roman-controlled city of Palmyra (1st c. BCE–3rd c. CE), once a major economic hub in the Levant, is the source of thousands of inscriptions in a dialect of Aramaic, as well as many in Latin and Greek (Yon 2012). The entire corpus of Palmyrene …

  • Evansville, Wisconsin Collection

    The digital collection of materials from the Eager Free Public Library History Room includes Rock County, Wisconsin plat books from 1891, 1904, and 1917. Evansville was settled in 1839 and became an important stop on the Chicago & Northwestern …

  • The UW–Madison Collection

    The UW-Madison Collection includes resources that document the unique history and evolution of this campus. The collection includes published material as well as archival materials and may eventually include additional books, manuscripts, sound rec…

  • Kenosha County History : Images and Texts, 1830s-1940s

    Kenosha County is situated in the most southeastern part of Wisconsin adjoining the Illinois State border. In 1830, Kenosha County was a remote corner of the largely unsettled Michigan Territory. Beginning in 1835 settlers arrived from New York and…

  • Mills Music Library Digital Collections

    The Mills Music Library Digital Collections provide online access to some of the unique materials found in the Special Collections Department of Mills Music Library, including the Wisconsin Music Archives. Among these online collections you will fi…