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Northern Wisconsin Book Club: "Stories from the Wreckage"

Oct 1 :: Online Webinar ::
Join fellow book lovers for a new book club connecting area residents through lively and engaging dialogue on northern Wisconsin people and places.
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"Book Bites" - Andrea-Teresa Arenas & Eloisa Gomez discuss Somos Latinas: Voices of Wisconsin Latina Activists

Oct 7 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for our new series of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
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Webinar: Underwater Archaeology Survey of the Steamer Converted to Fish Tug Thomas Friant

Oct 7 :: Online Webinar :: Madison
Register online for this free webinar presented by the State Historic Preservation Office.
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Webinar: The Wisconsin Capitol: Stories of a Monument and Its People

Oct 8 :: Online Webinar ::
Join Michael Edmonds for a behind-the-scenes look at one of our state's most valued treasures, the Capitol building.
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Use-Wear on Late Archaic Cache Bifaces from the Great Lakes

Oct 8 :: Online Webinar :: Madison
Hosted by Charles E. Brown Chapter of the Wisconsin Archeological Society, Robert Ritzenthaler Archeological Society, and Rock River Archeological Society
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Webinar: Wisconsin: A Laboratory of Democracy

Oct 8 :: Online Webinar ::
In the early 20th century, all eyes were on Wisconsin as reformers strove to make a state.
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R. Richard Wagner discusses Coming Out, Moving Forward: Wisconsin's Recent Gay History

Oct 8 :: Online Webinar ::
Join Fair Wisconsin Education Fund for a virtual reading and discussion of R. Richard Wagner's groundbreaking new book
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Fox Cities Book Festival - Gary Jones discusses Ridge Stories: Herding Hens, Powdering Pigs, and Other Recollections from a Boyhood in the Driftless

Oct 12 :: Online Webinar ::
Join memoirist Gary Jones as he recounts his formative years on a small Wisconsin dairy farm with a mix of plainspoken warmth and irreverence
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Webinar: The Woman's Hour Has Struck: Wisconsin's Role in the Women's Suffrage Movement

Oct 12 :: Online Webinar ::
Take a march through suffrage history with the Wisconsin Historical Society's Collections Development Coordinator, Simone Munson.
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Fox Cities Book Festival - R. Richard Wagner discusses Coming Out, Moving Forward: Wisconsin’s Recent Gay History

Oct 14 :: Online Webinar ::
Join scholar and activist R. Richard Wagner discussing the second volume of his groundbreaking work on gay history in Wisconsin