Field Notes: You can now see Wisconsin
history through the eyes of those who made it, without leaving the
comfort of your home, office, or classroom. Hundreds of eyewitness
accounts of pivotal moments from our past have just been put on
the Web by the Wisconsin Historical Society. Letters, diaries, newspaper
stories, memoirs, photographs, posters, engravings, and museum objects
are just some of the treasures now available for free at www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints.
Did you know about these Wisconsin web sites?
US GenWeb: Wisconsin
Links to Internet web sites for genealogical research in every county
Cyndi's List: Wisconsin
Categorized links to many Wisconsin genealogy related Internet sites.
Information about how to research at the library and access to the
Archives Computer Catalog.
Local History & Biography Articles
A searchable database of images of historical newspaper articles
on Wisconsin people and communities. Most articles were published
between 1860 and 1940.
Historical Society Online Genealogical Research Service
An online order form for requesting pre-1907 Wisconsin birth, marriage
and death records.
Wisconsin Vital Records
How to obtain vital records in Wisconsin.
A digital collection of original sources documenting 19th-century
Other interesting Wisconsin sites:
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