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  • Janesville's Past

    READ - Browse stories, chronologies and histories written by local authors. Century of Stories by Mike DuPre City on the Rock River by Carol Lohry Cartwright History of Janesville by Raymond E. Fenrick, 1969 History of Janesville 1835-193…

  • Kenosha's Lost Industries : Photographs and Corporate Materials, 1850s-1990s

    From the 1850s to the 1970s abundant water, a lake port, and railroad corridors crossing Kenosha and Kenosha County, Wisconsin impacted the growth of industry. Kenosha's development was essentially connected to its strategic location on the western…

  • Oshkosh, Omro, and Winnebago County, Wisconsin Collection

    The Fox River led early French-Canadian explorers and later American settlers to the west shore of Lake Winnebago. In the 1840 census Winnebago County had 135 inhabitants; by 1850 about 10,000 had been added to that number. In addition to Yankees, …

  • Chazen (Elvehjem) Museum of Art Publications

    This collection includes publications produced by the Chazen Museum of Art (formerly known as the Elvehjem) since 1970, including exhibition catalogues and museum periodicals.

  • The Southeast Asian images & Texts Project

    This digital collection brings together, in digital form, two categories of primary and secondary resources: research and teaching materials collected by University of Wisconsin faculty and staff; and unique or valuable items related to these field…

  • Correspondence Concerning Iceland : Written Mostly to Sir Joseph Banks

    This collection of correspondence, written mostly to Sir Joseph Banks (1743–1820), provides insight into the history of science, natural history, Sir Joseph Banks' life, Iceland, and early travel and world exploration. A British explorer and natura…

  • Historical Bee and Beekeeping Literature : Selections from the Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library

    The Charles C. Miller Apicultural Collection has an interesting history both in terms of its inspirational namesake and in how it came to be located at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Born in 1831, Charles C. Miller was a doctor, teacher, beek…

  • North Carolina Earthenware Collection

    North Carolina Earthenwareoldsalem-logo is a searchable digital collection of approximately 540 ceramic works created by Moravian potters in North Carolina in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Pieces include slip decorated dishes and other ta…