This issue also has articles that refer to various modes of transportation. A round-up article about archives and libraries at Northeast Wisconsin regional museums has sections on the massive archives at Green Bay’s National Railroad Museum and Oshkosh’s EAA Museum. We’re also running an article, “Progressive Appleton” that describes how automobiles and motorized police wagons impacted Appleton and its suburbs. Even the Review section in this issue has a review of a book about the tragedy of the Edmund Fitzgerald in the 1970s. Poor roads were discussed in two articles: “Ladies of Fort Howard” and “The Lighter Side of History: Jack Rudolph & Harold Elder’s History Columns.” Voyageur isn’t the only one focusing on transportation lately. The Brown County Federation of History Museums, an important and relatively new not-for-profit organization, has organized a countywide program series, “How We Move,” which discusses transportation in Brown County. According to BCFHM, “throughout history, we have been continually moving. It doesn’t matter how we go. It’s a fact that we are always going somewhere. Over time the trips have changed. A short wagon ride into town for business at the local feed mill gave way to train trips across the country and then airplane ventures around the world.” The BCFHM invites Voyageur readers to take a journey with its eight member history museums as they explore “How We Move,” no matter whether it’s across the street or across the continent. Even though some of the events have already taken place, we have created a box at right that includes information about BCFHM member museums, along with some of their upcoming transportation- related events this summer and fall.