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Film, archival images, and interviews illustrate the rich history of two Wisconsin cities.
Film, archival images, aerial footage and interviews with historians, local citizens and e
Find innovation and civic pride in this city located on the Fox River and Lake Winnebago.
Stories of innovation, perseverance and heroism capture the spirit of Juneau County.
Learn the story of a diverse city and its lasting sense of community pride.
This program explores the diverse collection of historical organizations in Green Bay.
Follow the growth of the city at the mouth of the Fox River from its origin to present
La Crosse follows the evolution of the city from its earliest days to the present.
Wartime research fuels Kimberly-Clark Corp.'s invention of two ground-breaking products.
Industrial wealth is channeled into solving the pressing problems of the day.
Locally-owned industries make a wide variety of products, and provided thousands of jobs.
Papermaking becomes profitable in Neenah, and expands throughout the Fox River Valley.
As industries faced tough competition, both cities found ways to reinvent themselves.
Competition between land speculators led to the founding of two separate settlements.
Despite five great fires, architect William Waters helped expand and improve Oshkosh.
Oshkosh became an artistic hub and home to the EAA airshow, revitalizing the city.