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19th-Century Immigration(130 clicks)
Wisconsin Historical SocietyA.K.A. Houdini(116 clicks)
The Outagamie Museum is housed in a Norman Revival style 1924 Masonic Temple in downtown Appleton, Wisconsin. Dicky Chapelle(104 clicks)
Dickey Chapelle was born Georgette Meyer in Shorewood, Wisconsin. Chapelle covered the Second World War in Iwo Jima and Okinawa and became known for her coverage of major wars for Life, Look, and National Geographic. In 1965, while covering the Vietnam conflict, Chapelle was killed by a landmine. She was the first female correspondent killed in action.Special Collections, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee(110 clicks)
American Nursing History.
Art and Architecture.
Civil War Regimental Histories.
Contemporary Fine-Press Printing.
Dogs and Dog Breeding.
Morris Fromkin Memorial Collection.
Jewish Studies Materials.
Jewish Latin America Collection.
Labor and Radical Movements.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies.
Local Small-Press Publishing.
Native American Literature.
Nurse Romance Novels.
Printing and Publishing History.
Womenís StudiesState Historical Society of Wisconsin(94 clicks)
Official siteWisconsin Historical Society(77 clicks)
Wisconsin Labor History (100 clicks)
Wisconsin Local History & Biography Articles(114 clicks)
Wisconsin Magazine of History(94 clicks)
The Wisconsin Magazine of History, the full-color quarterly magazine of the Wisconsin Historical Society, informs and delights readers with intriguing articles about the people, places and events of Wisconsinís past.