Whether you were alive to see it, or just curious about our state's history-- here's a glimpse of what Wisconsin life looked like a century ago.
Most of us weren't alive-- or old enough to remember-- December 7, 1941. So we rely on the recollections of the 150 Wisconsin soldiers who witnessed the infamy firsthand.
Half a century after opening, the state’s historical society site will open a working brewhouse to teach the many ways immigrants brought the craft to their new world.
The Badger State—America’s own Up North—celebrates its statehood anniversary on Sunday. Even back then, Wisconsin showed the push-pull between progressives and conservatives on what directions we take.
Using cookbooks from 1796-1844 as reference, the Wade House's cooking classes show attendees how to serve up dinners like the olden days.
Buy a Milwaukee-made Festivus pole, air your grievances at Great Lakes Distillery, or see an "unadorned and lustrous" decoration at the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Visit Manitowoc to celebrate all things Evergleam and learn about the history of the vintage Christmas decorations.
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