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Summer/Fall 2012 • Volume 29 Number 1

  • Heroes on the Home Front: Wrightstown During World War II
  • By Ruth Roebke-Berens & John Berens
  • War of 1812: The End of an Era
  • By James J. Ombrello, Jr.
  • Building Passion for Education in Pulaski
  • By Gina Sanders Larsen
  • 160 Years Ago Wisconsin Liberals and Conservatives Agreed on One Thing: Ripon College
  • By David Sakrison & Harry Heileman
  • 100 Years of Fashion in Oshkosh
  • Exhibit curated by Deb Daubert & Scott Jorgenson
  • Dining at Wisconsin’s Historical Treasures
  • By Jordan Tilkens & Nicolette Birkholz
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Winter/Spring 2012 • Volume 28 Number 2

  • Vanishing Landmarks: Barn Preservation
  • By Jerry Apps
  • Strong as Steel: Sturgeon Bay’s Michigan Street Bridge
  • By Erika Bonnell
  • A Tale of Two Buildings
  • By Mark Steuer
  • History and Healing: Revisiting the Vietnam War at LZ Lambeau
  • By Stephen Kercher
  • Remembering the Civil War
  • By Kerry Trask
  • Dreamers & Doers: Northeast Wisconsin Women
  • By Green Bay Branch of AAUW
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Summer/Fall 2011 • Volume 28 Number 1

  • Fill’er Up: Northeast Wisconsin Gas Stations
  • By Jim Draeger and Mark Speltz
  • Hometown Stars: Green Bay’s First Baseball Team
  • By Timothy Brumm / Green Bay Sports Timeline by Jeff Ash
  • The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help
  • By Erik Eckholm
  • Amazing Grace: Robinsonville Presyterian Church
  • By Judith Carlsen
  • John Hancock See the Civil War
  • By Scott Cross / Wisconsin Veterans Museum by Michael Telzrow
  • No Commercials: Non-commercial Radio in Northeast Wisconsin
  • By Randall Davidson
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Winter/Spring 2011 • Volume 27 Number 2

  • Early Lumbering on the Northern Frontier: 1827-1847
  • By Peter A. Stark
  • Bonds of Brotherhood: Green Bay's Volunteer Firefighters
  • By Michael Telzrow
  • The Scoop on WLUK-TV
  • By Tom Hutchison
  • For Collectors, By a Collector: Iola's Chet Krause & Krause Publications, Inc.
  • By Victoria Goff
  • When the Stars Shined Brightest: 1950s Basketball in Green Bay
  • By Cliff Christl
  • Beyond the Ballot Box: Nine Decades of Making a Difference
  • By Carol De Groot, Julie Arndt & Marion Gould
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Summer/Fall 2010 • Volume 27 Number 1

  • Rediscovering Brown County's First World War Soldiers
  • By Andrew E. Kersten
  • Ten Northeast Wisconsin Historical & Cultural Museums
  • By Anton Rajer
  • A French-Indian Upbringing in the Nineteenth-Century
  • By Kathleen M.W. Thomas
  • Boys' & Girls" Brigade of the Fox Valley
  • By James Keating,Jr., William Mattes and Jack Casper , Editors
  • Oconto Beer: A Northeast Wisconsin Brewery
  • By David Damkoehler
  • An Oral History Interview of Ojibwe Elder Ben Chosa
  • By Elizabeth Tornes, Editor
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Winter/Spring 2010 • Volume 26 Number 2

  • Wisconsin Clergymen's Reaction to Franklin D. Roosevelt and The New Deal
  • by Cal Clark and Monroe Billington
  • The Chinese Robe and Other Myths:
    The Real Story of Jean Nicolet
  • by Patrick Jung and Nancy Oestreich Lurie
  • A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words…or is it?
  • by Scott Cross
  • The Armstrong Petroglyphs Revisited
  • by Janet Speth and Peter Stark
  • General Grant's Wisconsin Tour
  • by Michael Iwinski
  • Capping A Century: At 100, Bellin College Exemplifies the History of Nursing
  • by Susan Frost
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Summer/Fall 2009 • Volume 26 Number 1

  • The End of the Last Ice Sheet
  • By Nelson Ham
  • The Arrival of the Paleo-Indians
  • By Janet Speth and Dick Mason
  • France in Northeast Wisconsin
  • By Jerrold Rodesch
  • Fort Howard and the American Presence
  • By Mark J. Steuer
  • The Oneida Removal from New York
  • By Loretta Metoxen
  • Wisconsin's First Newspaper Green-Bay Intelligencer
  • By Scott Hildebrand
  • 1836 Treaty of the Cedars
  • By David Grignon
  • The Founding of Lawrence University
  • By Julia Stringfellow
  • Breweries of Northeast Wisconsin
  • By Jerry Apps
  • Railroads in Green Bay
  • By Michael Telzrow
  • Immigration and the Civil War in Northeast Wisconsin
  • By Kerry A. Trask
  • Dethroning King Wheat
  • By Jerry Apps
  • The Great Peshtigo Fire
  • By Kerry A. Trask
  • Eagle Mill Changes Papermaking Forever
  • By Steven Sheehan
  • The National Cheese Exchange: Wisconsin Sets the Price for Milk
  • By Trevor Jones
  • The Start of the Packers
  • By Cliff Christl
  • Kohler Strike: The Longest, Bitterest Labor-Management Dispute in U.S. History
  • By Andrew E. Kersten
  • Door County Arts
  • By Warren Gerds
  • Black, Bright, and Proud
  • By Jeff Ash
  • Joseph McCarthy
  • By Michael O'Brien
  • Downtown Green Bay Urban Renewal Plan
  • By Della Rucker
  • Menominee Termination and Restoration
  • By Victoria Goff
  • Hmong-Americans: Three Decades in Wisconsin
  • By Vincent Her
  • Rebirth: The Oneida Nation and Gaming
  • By Tony Walter
  • A Century of Cleaning up the Fox
  • By Gregory Summers
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Winter/Spring 2009 • Volume 25 Number 2

  • The Times They Are A'Changin"
  • By Jeffrey Pickeron
  • Jim Zwerg: Freedom Rider
  • Mary Ann Rossi: Women's Rights Advocate
  • Adam Biemeret
  • Mosquito Hill
  • By Don Nussbaum
  • Bellin Celebrates 100 Years
  • By Benson L. RIchardson, MD
  • A Glimpse of a Life
  • By Norman Miller
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Summer/Fall 2008 • Volume 25 Number 1

  • Rockwood Lodge
  • Cliff Christl and Ellyn Katch Kehoe
  • Interview With Ellyn Katch Kehoe
  • By Cliff Christl
  • Chicken Little: The Day Sputnik Fell on Manitowoc
  • By Victoria Goff and Barb Bundy-Jost
  • Baby Doe Tabor
  • By Lee Somerville
  •  Sheboygan's Grand Old Ballpark
  • By Brian Gaynor
  • Oneida Lives: Long-Lost Voices of the Wisconsin Oneidas
  • By Herbert S. Lewis, Editor
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Winter/Spring 2008 • Volume 24 Number 2

  • A Small-Town Circus: The Life, Death, and Transformation of the Skerbeck Circus
  • By Joan M. Jensen
  • ManitowocWrestles with the Crimes of Charles Rosstaeuscher
  • By Karyl Enstad Rommelfanger
  • West Side Story: Growing Up in the 1950s
  • By Michael O'Brien
  • Little Lake Butte des Morts' Old Wagon Bridge
  • By Richard P. Mason and Steven Wagner
  • Lambeau Field's 50th Anniversary
  • By Cliff Christl
  • The Seminary at St. Nazianz
  • By James Frink
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Summer/Fall 2007 • Volume 24 Number 1

  • Meat Tops the Menu The Green Bay Press-Gazette's School of Cookery
  • By Trevor Jones
  • Harvesting Hands A History of Door County Cherry Pickers, 1920-1960
  • By Betty Boedeker Pearson
  • The Music Man Professor Enna and his Championship Band
  • By Joe Seroogy
  • A River of Paper. Part II: Enjoying the Great Outdoors
  • By Gregory Summers
  • Defining A Region Logging, Farming, and Tourism in NorthernWisconsin, 1870-1940
  • By Robert Gough
  • An Architectual Gem The Fur Trader's Cabin at Heritage Hill
  • By Timothy Brumm
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Winter/Spring 2007 • Volume 23 Number 2

  • Living in Fear: Northeast Wisconsin's Polio Epidemics
  • By Amanda Boeker and Valerie Brandt
  • Seasons Gleamings: Remembering Manitowoc's Aluminum Christmas Trees
  • By Victoria Goff
  • Applauding a Movement: Eighty Years of Civic Music
  • By Christopher Sampson
  • A River of Paper? Part I: Working with Nature
  • By Gregory Summers
  • On the Trail of a Black Sheep
  • By Genevieve Davis
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Summer/Fall 2006 • Volume 23 Number 1

  • The Picture Show: Bringing De Pere's Pictures to Life
  • By Olivia Knapp and Victoria Goff
  • Justice or Revenge: The Menominees in the Black Hawk War
  • By Peter Shrake
  • Thor Johnson Legacy: The Peninsula Music Festival
  • By Kathlin Fisher Sickel
  • The Churched of Oconto County
  • By Marilyn Shorey
  • The Log Cabins: A Stopping Place for Lumbermen
  • By Randall Rohe
  • Summer Kitchen Memories
  • By Lawrence H. Balleine

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