Wisconsin History: An Annotated Bibliography

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999 - History - 428 pages

Selecting the most important literature from Wisconsin's rich historical resources, this bibliography provides 3,400 entries on the history of Wisconsin. The book is interdisciplinary, covering titles in economics, political science, sociology, ethnic studies, religion, and social and cultural history, and includes citations from archival resources, monographs, journal articles, dissertations, conference proceedings, local and state historical publications, and reference works. With no comparable bibliography available for Wisconsin, this volume is the only comprehensive, up-to-date bibliography on Wisconsin's 150-year history.

Arranged chronologically, the book includes chapters on prehistory, Indian tribal history, early exploration and settlement, statehood, the Progressive Era, the World Wars and the Depression Era, and the years since 1945. The book also includes a brief chronology.

 

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Contents

ENVIRONMENT
1
B Geology Soils Minerals
4
C Flora and Fauna
6
D Water
11
ARCHAEOLOGY OF WISCONSIN NATIVE AMERICANS
17
WISCONSIN NATIVE AMERICANS
25
B Recent Termination Efforts Treaty Rights
33
INDIVIDUAL TRIBES
41
WORLD WARS AND THE DEPRESSION 19141949
187
B Wisconsin in the Wars
199
1950 TO THE PRESENT
207
B Senator Joseph R McCarthy and McCarthvism
219
CULTURAL LIFE
223
B Folklore
227
C Music
230
D Art and Architecture
232

B HoChunks Winnebagos
48
C Mascoutens
51
D Menominess
52
E Oneidas
55
F Potawatomis
56
G Sauks and Foxes
58
H StockbridgeMunsees and Bothertowns
60
FRENCH BRITISH AND AMERICAN TERRITORIAL PERIOD 16341848
63
B Settlement and Territorial Period 18231848
74
C Black Hawk War 1832
86
Immigrants After 1820s
89
STATEHOOD AND THE CIVIL WAR 18481870
105
B Homefront in the Civil War Period
113
C Civil War Rosters and Histories
118
USING THE LAND
125
B Farming and Dairying
131
C Harnessing Water Power
137
ECONOMY INDUSTRIES AND LABOR A BANKING INSURANCE AND THE ECONOMY
139
B Industries
142
C Labor
150
TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION
153
B Roads
159
C Railroads
160
D Air Travel
164
GROWTH AND CHANGE 18701913
167
B Wisconsin Progressivism
181
C Robert M La Follette
183
E Theater
236
F Journalism
237
G Historic Sites and Museums
238
SOCIAL ISSUES
245
B Health Care
247
EDUCATION AND LIBRARIES
253
B Higher Education
257
C Libraries
270
RELIGION
275
PEOPLE
289
B Women and Womans Suffrage
291
C African Americans
294
D Hispanic Americans
298
E Asian Americans
301
G Entertainment and Sports
308
LOCAL HISTORIES
311
B Madison
312
C Wisconsin Cities and Counties
313
REFERENCE WORKS
341
B Biographical Collections
348
SOURCES
353
B Archival Collections
364
C Serials Consulted
370
Author Index
375
Subject Index
403
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About the author (1999)

BARBARA DOTTS PAUL is Associate Professor and Librarian at the University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point. She has published two other bibliographies, The Polish-German Borderlands: An Annotated Bibliography (Greenwood, 1994) and The Germans After World War II: An English Language Bibliography (1990). With Justus F. Paul, she coauthored The Badger State: A Documentary History of Wisconsin (1979).

JUSTUS F. PAUL is Professor of History and Dean of the College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point. He is the author of The World Is Ours: A History of the University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point, 1894-1994 (1994), Senator Hugh Butler and Nebraska Republicanism (1976) and editor of Selected Writings of Rhys W. Hays (1977). With Barbara J. Paul, he coauthored The Badger State: A Documentary History of Wisconsin (1979).

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