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ws 1990

Winter/Spring 1991 • Volume 7 Number 2

  • Mai Xiong, The New Immigrant
  • By Sandra Shackelford, Mai Xiong, Maggie Collum
  • Earlier Immigrants: Letters from Green Bay
  • By Bob Hoffman, Heinrich Christian Julius Mueller
  • Green Bay's First Naval Hero: Melancton Smith
  • By Steven R. Milquet
  • The Short, Intense Life of Peshtigo Harbor
  • By Randall Rohe
sf 90

Summer/Fall 1990 • Volume 7 Number 1

  • We Shape an Image of Ourselves
  • By Dean O'Brien
  • Poem on an Old Photograph
  • By John Bennett
  • Cleaning Up the Dirty Brown Fox
  • By Paul Wozniak
  • White Pillars
  • By Dave Mitchell
  • Living With Our Ancestors Choices
  • By Lurton W. Blassingame and J. Scott McDonald
WS 1989

Winter/Spring 1990 • Volume 6 Number 2

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  • Establishing Hazelwood
  • By Bill Meindl
  • Hazelwood's Heart
  • By Joyce Guse
  • Fort Howard Rebuilding
  • By James Kennedy Hayward
  • White Pillars
  • By Dave Mitchell
  • Ovens of Namur and Heritage Hill
  • By Charles F. Calkins and William G. Laatsch
SF 89

Summer/Fall 1989 • Volume 6 Number 1

  • The Lake Shore Legacy: Manitowoc Submarines
  • By Steven R. Milquet
  • Traveling 1,500 Miles in a Floating Dry Dock
  • By Rear Adm. (Retired) William T. Nelson
  • Whitefish, Sawdust and Pound Nets: Early Commercial Fishing on Green Bay
  • By Jean Lang
  • Tales from the Annals of the Nau Tug Line
  • By George Nau Burridge
  • Paddling the Mind's Canoe: River Reflections
  • By Lynn E. Noel
  • Planning for the Future: The Fox River and Lake Winnebago as Historic Resources
ws 1988

Winter 1988/1989 • Volume 5 Number 2

  • Parson, Pretender, Pauper: Eleazer Williams Reconsidered
  • By Geoffrey E. Buerger
  • A Loose and Disorderly People: British Views of the French Candians of the Upper Great lakes, 1760-1774
  • By Kerry A. Trask
SF 1988

Summer/Fall 1988 • Volume 5 Number 1

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  • An Immigrant's Progress: From Westphalia to Wisconsin
  • By C. Joseph Nuesse
  • Immigration and Frontier Development: Dutch Catholic Settlement in the Fox River Valley of Wisconsin in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
  • By Yda Saueressig-Schreuder
  • Fort Howard: An Early Weather Station
  • By E. Lee Somerville and Joseph M. Moran
WS 1987

Winter/Spring 1987/1988 • Volume 4 Number 2

  • The Intensive Architectural-Historical Survey: A Key to Historic Preservation in Wisconsin
  • By Barbara Wyatt
  • Green Bay's Historic Architecture: An Intensive Resource Survey Summarized
  • By Charles Causier, Timothy Heggland, Polly Athan, Margaret Collum, and Ann Koski
  • On Foot or by Car: A Self-Guided Tour of Historic Architecture in Downtown Green Bay
  • By Jerry Musich
  • After the Survey: How to Protect Historic Properties in Your Community
  • By Larry A. Reed
  • Landmarks and the Building Next Door: Historic Architectural Styles in Green Bay
  • By Kathlin Fisher Sickel
  • Compiling Your House History: A Guide
  • By Phyllis Mong
  • Fragments From a Publisher's Archives
  • By Polly Athan
  • Look into Preservation: A Sampler of Books and Periodicals You Can Order
  • By Margaret Collum
SF 1987

Summer 1987 • Volume 4 Number 1

  • A History of an Iroquoian Nation: The Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin
  • By Kim Fenske
  • Wilderness Entrepreneurs: Fur Traders and the American Fur Company in Green Bay
  • By Jeanne Kay
Volume 3 Number 2

Winter/Spring 1986/1987 • Volume 3 Number 2

  • Flour Milling in Wisconsin: The Fisher-Fallgatter Mill
  • By Polly Athan
  • Disturnell's Guidebooks: A Forgotten View of Mid-Nineteenth Century Wisconsin
  • By Howard A. Deller
summer 1986

Summer 1986 • Volume 3 Number 1

  • The First Full Measure: Manitowoc Enters the Civil War
  • By Kerry Trask
  • With Alexis de Tocqueville in Green Bay
  • By Jerrold C. Rodesch
  • Searching for Wisconsin's Folk Songs
  • By Helene Stratman-Thomas
Volume 2 Number 2

Winter 1985/1986 • Volume 2 Number 2

  • Maple Sugaring Among Northern Indians
  • By Carol Mason
  • From Trois Rivieres to La Baye: The Mouet de Moras and the de Langlade Families in New France
  • By John Berg
  • Door County Pioneers: Mathilde and Ernest Damkoehler
  • By John S. Groenfeldt
  • The Menominee Indians: How the Fur Trade Changed tribal Life
  • By Jeanne Kay
summer 1985

Summer 1985 • Volume 2 Number 1

  • Kaukauna: "Lion of the Fox"
  • By Mary Grogan-Seleen
  • Amanda Cobb: History Today
  • By Betsy Foley
  • Names on the Land: A Legacy of the Wisconsin Lumber Era
  • By Randall Rohe
Volume 1 Number 2

December 1984 • Volume 1 Number 2

  • Daniel Whitney Pioneer Wisconsin Businessman
  • By Alice E. Smith
  • The Johnson Shipbuilders
  • By Isacco A. Valli
  • Harvest of Ice: The Miller Rasmussen Ice Company
  • By J.P. Krudwig
  • Jane and Stanley Greene: History Today
  • By Linda M. Adams
  • Festival Success More Than Money
  • By Betsy Foley
  • Shoeing the Wild Mustangs: Excitement at the Blacksmith Shop
  • By Hobart H. Kletzien
Volume 1 Number 1

June 1984 • Volume 1 Number 1

  • Jean Nicolet
  • By Jerrold Rodesch
  • Origins of the French and English Names for the Bay of Green Bay
  • By Clifford Kraft
  • George Nau Burridge: History Today
  • By Betsy Foley
  • The Founders of Green Bay: A Marriage of Indian and White
  • By Jacqueline Peterson
  • The Green Bay Pinery
  • By Carl Krog
  • Maps
  • By Mark Steuer
  • 1934: The Tercentennial Remembered
  • By Jack Rudolph

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