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Press Catalogs

Wisconsin Historical Society Press Catalog
Find recent catalogs from the Wisconsin Historical Society Press.
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We Will Always Be Here: A Guide to Exploring and Understanding the History of LGBTQ+ Activism in Wisconsin Traveling Exhibit

Call for Art
The Wisconsin Historical Society seeks to commission the graphic design for a new traveling exhibit on the history of LGTBQ+ activism in Wisconsin.
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Wisconsin Historical Society Press

Wisconsin Historical Society Press Books
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About the Wisconsin Historical Society Press

We help people connect to the past by publishing the best in Wisconsin history and culture.
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Jerry Apps

Celebrated Rural Storyteller
Award-winning Wisconsin author Jerry Apps has authored more than 40 non-fiction and fiction books.
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Local History Book Club

Join fellow Wisconsin book lovers and amateur historians for engaging discussions at book club!
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How to Order Press Books

Retail, Wholesale, Libraries, & School Ordering
How to Order Press Books for Retail, Wholesale, Libraries, & School
Feature Story

We've Been Here All Along: Early Gay History in Wisconsin

An excerpt from the R. Richard Wagner book, published by the Wisconsin Historical Society press
An excerpt from the R. Richard Wagner book "We've Been Here All Along: Early Gay History in Wisconsin" published by the Wisconsin Historical Society press
Classroom Material

How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century: Education Resource for Grade Band 9-12

Poetry activities related to Wisconsin Historical Society Press book, "How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century" by Louis V. Clark III
How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century: Poetry Activities for 9th through 12th grade

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