Nov 10 to May 25
Skywaukee is Historic Milwaukee, Inc.’s winter walking tour. Explore the history of the streets of Milwaukee while remaining mostly indoors! A certified HMI tour guide...
You Are Here: Maps and Meanings
Apr 2 to Nov 9
We all use maps to find our way. Yet maps can show much more than destinations. They help define who we are and where we...
“Blum Brothers Box Factory History, 1910 –1972”
May 1 to May 31
At Upham Mansion, the North Wood County Historical Society (212 W. Third St.) enjoy a look at the “Blum Brothers Box Factory History, 1910 –1972”...
Ada James papers and correspondence
Ada James (1876-1952) was a leading a social reformer, humanitarian and pacifist from Richland Center, Wis., and daughter of state senator David G. James. The...
Annual reports of the officers of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association, 1899-1905
The Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association Reports denote the moneys received and expended and work done by the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association...
Brittingham Family Lantern Slide Collection
This collection consists of the personal and travel photographs of the Brittinghams, a prominent and influential Wisconsin family. Spanning the years 1897-1922, these images capture...
Introduction to Archaeology (Grades 1-4)
Discover the science of archaeology by participating in hands-on activities like those used by archaeologists out in the field. Explore Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center's Archaeology...
Dates: Jul 8
Public Archaeology Field Schools: High School and Adult
This multi-day event includes both field and lab experiences and is a well-rounded opportunity for those who want to learn about the process of archaeology....
Dates: Jul 8 to Jul 12
Arrowheads, Rocks and Dinosaurs (for students entering grades 4-6)
What’s the difference between a geologist, archaeologist and paleontologist? You’ll find out by taking this introduction to the sciences. Check out real artifacts and fossils...
Dates: Jul 9