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Wisconsin history

The voluminous new history of Wisconsin agriculture by author and historian Jerry Apps is a pleasure to consume, learn from, and enjoy.

Wisconsin Women Making History shares the stories and accomplishments of Wisconsin women who, for various reasons, are less known or acknowledged than they should be.

A James Watrous Gallery-hosted discussion of the life and work of photographer, archivist, visual thinker, and bricoleur Paul Vanderbilt.

At long last we have a biography of Increase A. Lapham, one of Wisconsin’s most important early residents.

Kevin Miyazaki (detail) at James Watrous Gallery

Solo exhibitions by photographers Ida Wyman and Kevin Miyazaki.

In his Academy Evenings talk at the Northwestern Mutual Art Gallery, entitled Milwaukee Labor History: Struggle, Strikes, and Survival, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee emeritus professor of history Michael Gordon discus

A clock hangs in a great Northwoods lodge, but it has no hands.

Photo by Nick Sherman

If you stroll down Jefferson Street in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, you might pass by the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum without even noticing it.

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