Wisconsin Hometown StoriesWisconsin Hometown Stories: Oshkosh Special | 56m 47s Find innovation and civic pride in this city on the Fox River and Lake Winnebago. Named for the Menominee Chief who worked to keep his people on their native lands, Oshkosh's history has been shaped by its industrial spirit, fierce battles for social justice and its citizens' creativity. Film, archival images, aerial footage and interviews tell the unique stories of Oshkosh and its people. Aired: 03/15/15 Rating: TV-G Closed CaptioningVideo has closed captioning.checkmarkAdd to WatchlistProblems Playing Video?Report a ProblemClosed CaptioningShare:Share this video on FacebookFacebookShare this video on TwitterTwitterShare this video on Google PlusGoogleShare this video via EmailE-mailEmbedEmbed Code for this videoEmbed CodeWisconsin Hometown StoriesWisconsin Hometown Stories: OshkoshWidth in pixels px Height in pixels px Copied to your clipboardUnable to copyLabelCopy to ClipboardClick to copy embed code for videoCloseCloseReport a ProblemBefore you submit an error, please consult our Troubleshooting Guide.Type of ErrorVideo doesn't loadVideo loads, but doesn't playVideo jumps back/forwardOnly audio is streamingSponsorship playback errorOtherPlease add more detailsCancelSubmit ReportYour report has been successfully submitted. Thank you for helping us improve PBS Video.CloseCloseCloseFunded in part by leadership support from the John E. Kuenzl Foundation and the Alberta S. Kimball – Mary L. Anhaltzer Foundation. Additional support provided by Oshkosh Area Community Foundation, CastlePierce, Theda and Tamblin Clark Smith Family Foundation, Cathy Luther and Jerry Stadtmueller, Margaret H. Wachtel, Friends of Wisconsin Public Television and the Wisconsin History Fund, supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.