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 WISCONSIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. 30

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Wisconsin Historical Society, Vol. 30

Collection of academic papers regarding the history of Wisconsin around the turn of the century.

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As one of the most important historical societies in the Midwest, the Wisconsin State Historical Society has preserved helpful documents from the region since the nineteenth century. This database is a collection of academic papers presented around the turn of the century. It provides important information regarding the Native Americans of the area, railroad expansion, and forts around Detroit and Green Bay. Additionally, it provides facts and figures about the fur trading industry. For researchers of Wisconsin ancestors, this database can illuminate historical aspects of the area not commonly known.
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