Search by Theme Three men peeling bark from an oak tree. Copyright © 2019 Sullivan County Genealogical Web Site: http://sites.rootsweb.com/~pasulliv/. All rights reserved. Used by exclusive permission of Robert E. Sweeney. The Lumber Industry in Wisconsin Log Marking Hammer More Logging Camp Fiddle More The Lumber Industry in Northern Wisconsin More The Bark Spud More The Businessmen who Revived Wausau's Economy More Lesson Plan: The Log Marking Hammer More Becoming the Dairy State The Babcock Butterfat Tester More Becoming the Dairy State More The Hefty-Blum White Barn More Wisconsin Road Conditions More The Swiss Roots of "America's Dairyland" More Horlicks Malted Milk More The Evolution of a Swiss Barn More A woman runs the milking operation at the G.L. Hamon dairy farm, Juda, Wisconsin, circa 1929. Image courtesy of Wisconsin Historical Society, image ID 24439.Farm Security Administration (FSA) county supervisor reviewing a farm plan with a Wisconsin farmer and his family. Photograph by John Vachon, September 1939, courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society, Image ID 25048. Immigration Hmong Baby Carrier More The Settlement House Cookbook More The Settlement House Movement More An Immigrant Family in Rural Wisconsin More Lefse Stone More Lesson Plan: Lefse Stone More Life on the Farm Migrant Workers Cabin More Cherryland T-shirt More Migrant Workers and the Bond Pickle Company More Migrant Labor and Door County Cherries More Door County Bookmobile More Creating the Door County Bookmobile More The Hefty-Blum White Barn More Vacuum More The Bark Spud More The Hefty-Blum White Barn in 1890. An Ojibwe man and woman harvesting wild rice in 1966 near Ashland, WI. Image courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society, image ID 133699. Native American History in Wisconsin Cardleboard More Lesson Plan: Cradleboard More When Lake Koshkonong was a Marsh More What is a Point Blanket Coat? More Aztalan Fishing Wier More Galena More Trade Blanket More Latinx History in Wisconsin Piano and Song Recital Poster More Radio Segment: Piano and Song Recital Poster More Migrant Workers Cabin More Radio Segment: Migrant Workers Cabin More Migrant Workers and the Bond Pickle Company More Wisconsin's Migrant Housing Laws More Jesus Salas addresses the crowd from the steps of the Wisconsin capital building. Image courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society, image ID 92284.Portrait of the Arms' Family, 1975, Vernon County, WI. Image courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society, Image ID 96310 African American History in Wisconsin James D. Williams Windlass More Slavery in Wisconsin More Paramount Record 78 More Paramount Records More Radio Segment: Paramount Record 78 More Video: Paramount Records History More Women in Wisconsin History Elizabeth "Lizzie" Black Kander More The Roots of the Settlement House Movement More Cradleboard More Emilie Manthei's Point Blanket Coat More La Crosse Normal School Fireplace More Hmong Baby Carrier More The Arts & Crafts Movement More CCC Pillow Sham More Image courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society, image ID 23890.