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Volume 17 Number 2

Winter/Spring 2001 • Volume 17 Number 2

  • Lambeau: More than a Name
  • By Cliff Christl
  • A Most Contentious Plot of Land: A History of the Fort Howard Military Reservation
  • By Patrick J. Jung
  • Help from and Unexpected Source
  • By Lester F. Rentmeester
  • Green Bay's Hidden Past: The Broadway District
  • By Della Rucker
  • Research Notes: The Durham Boat
  • By George Nau Burridge
Volume 17 Number 1

Summer/Fall 2000 • Volume 17 Number 1

  • World War II: The Homefront
  • By Steve Milquet
  • The Tank Family of Green Bay 1850-1891
  • By Mary Killough
  • Changing Land Use in the Township of Ellington
  • By Nancy Halloran
  • Landmarks: Rock Island's Lighthouse
  • By Timothy Sweet
  • Landmarks: Appleton Masonic Temple
  • By Kimberly Louagie
 volume 16 no 2

Winter/Spring 2000 • Volume 16 Number 2

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  • Brown County Historical Society Centennial Timeline
  • By Carol L. Pinn
  • Northwest Engineering Works
  • By Steve Milquet
  • Spruce School: The Evolution of a Country School
  • By Margo Stewart
  • Dear Father and Mother
  • By Ray Clark
  • Rare Manitowoc County Truss Bridge
  • By Della Rucker
  • Restoration of Sheboygan's Greek Orthodox Church
  • By Anton Rajer
Volume 16 no 1

Summer/Fall 1999 • Volume 16 Number 1

  • Bay Beach: 'Something Doing All the Time'
  • By Jeanne Van Ess
  • Saving Souls: St. Malachy Church, A Frontier Mission
  • By Sylvia S. Martin
  • The Menominee Indians: From Treaty to Termination – Part III
  • By Stephen J. Herzberg
  • Rufus B. Kellogg: More Than a Banker
  • By Betsy Foley
volume 15 no 1

Winter/Spring 1999 • Volume 15 Number 2

  • Bridge Wars
  • By Dr. Carl E. Krog
  • Sieur Charles Michel de Langlade: Lost Cause, Lost Culture
  • By Sandra J. Zipperer
  • The Menominee Indians: From Treaty to Termination – Part II
  • By Stephen J. Herzberg
volume 15 no 1

Summer/Fall 1998 • Volume 15 Number 1

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  • The Menominee Indians: From Treaty to Termination
  • By Stephen J. Herzberg
  • The Price of Political Preferment: Letters of Morgan L. Martin & Elizabeth Martin 1847-1848
  • By Margaret Rawlings
  • Immigrant Voices: The Dream, The Journey, New Beginnings
  • By Debra Anderson
  • Keepers of the House: Landlords and Hard times in the History of the Astor House
  • By Michael J. Wertel
  • I Have Been Brave but Wicked-Pray for Me
  • By Kerry A. Trask
Volume 15 no 2

Winter/Spring 1998 • Volume 14 Number 2

  • Genealogy: Researching Your Roots
  • By Mary Ellen Ducklow, Debra Anderson, Mary Jane Herber, Anne Kasuboski
  • Social Conflict and Political Change in Oshkosh
  • By Dr. James Simmons
  • Celebrating 20 Years of Heritage Hill
  • By Robert Flatley, Nick Clark, Brenda Promis
Volume 14 No 1

Summer/Fall 1997 • Volume 14 Number 1

  • Bay Settlement: A Hamlet in Northeast Wisconsin
  • By Virginia Dell
  • History in Northeast Wisconsin: A Sampling of Area Museums and Historic Homes
  • By Edward L. Anderson, Amy Long, Dawn Mikulsky, Mary Rasmussen
  • Ghosts of the Bayshore: Little Sturgeon (Part II)
  • By Dr. Randall Rohe
  • Aviation in Brown County
  • By Steven Milquet
Volume 13 no 2

Winter/Spring 1997 • Volume 13 Number 2

  • Green Bay Area Research Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary
  • By Virginia Dell
  • The Great Fire of October 1871: A Nation Responds
  • By Kris Beisser Olson
  • An Immigrant Farmer's Daughter in Her Ancestral Villages, 1901-1903
  • By Dr. C. Joseph Nuesse
  • A Look at Farming in 1900: The Johann B. Koch Homestead in Shawano County
  • By Dr. Merlin E. Horn
  • East vs. West
  • By Cliff Christl
Volume 13 no 1

Summer/Fall 1996 • Volume 13 Number 1

  • "Grand Duke of the Hobos"
  • By Sandra Shackelford
  • The Knights of Labor and the Lumber Industry
  • By Jody Krejcarek
  • Ghost of the Bayshore: Little Sturgeon (Part I)
  • By Randall Rohe
  • "King George" Hiles
  • By Mary Hiles
  • History in Northeast Wisconsin: A Sampling of Area Museums and Historic Houses

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