Field Notes: Did you know Wisconsin
is one of three states in the nation with the largest Hmong population?
These pages will provide links to a variety of information ranging
from Hmong history to current events.
Did you know about these Wisconsin web sites?
Being Hmong Means
Wisconsin Public Television's production about the history, culture
and identity of Hmong immigrants that have come to the United States.
Changing Face of Hmong Youth
Article from the Oshkosh Northwestern.
Friendship Association of Milwaukee
Part of Wisconsin Partnership for Housing Development.
in Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Beautiful examples of traditional Hmong clothing.
Compiled by Hmong National Development, Inc.
People in the U.S.
History of Hmong people, book reviews and news stories relevant
to the Hmong community. Author, Jeff Lindsay is a resident of Appleton,
This journal comes from St. Paul, Minnesota. It's a great resource
for recent research and articles.
Chamber of Commerce
Building a strong Hmong business network in Wisconsin.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is a wonderful facility with
performances and classes for all ages. Located in Sheboygan, it
is just a short drive away. They have an ongoing exhibit of Hmong
art containing mostly textiles and jewelry from their permanent
Rights Council, Inc.
A nonprofit organization in Eau Claire. Some of their objectives
include promoting the rights of Lao and Hmong people in Laos.
Census 2000 Populations and Trends. Prepared by the UW Extension
Hmong Educational Needs Assessment.
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