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April 21, 2005

John Muir and his childhood home Unpublished Letters of John Muir Go Online
Upcoming Events

Digitizing Collections
May 6 :: The workshop will focus on the how and why of digitization. Topics will address project planning, hardware inf

Early Morning Bird Walk
May 7 :: Join experienced ornithologists and bird watchers on a guided bird walk in search of some 60 species routinely

Mother's Day Buffet
May 8 :: Treat mom to a sumptuous buffet at the Clausing Barn Restaurant followed by a day exploring the outdoor museum
Folk Expressions Youth Workshop Series
From Shell to Symbol: Art of the Ethnic Easter Egg
McCormick-International Harvester Company Collection
This collection of documents, publications and photographs of International Harvester machines is a perennial favorite. Also see a collection of posters at Art of the Draw.

American Journeys
More than 18,000 pages of eyewitness accounts of North American exploration, from the sagas of Vikings in AD1000 to the diaries of mountain men in the Rockies 800 years later.

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Wisconsin Historic Images
We have more than 13,000 historic images, from the space race to famous people to buildings to birds-eye views of Wisconsin cities, all available online
Historic Sites Season
It's almost warm enough to venture outdoors, so now's the time to plan your Historic Sites visit. From Civil War Weekend to Wild West Weekend, we've got fun for the whole family.
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