Wisconsin Historical Society Exploring Maritime History At The Bottom Of Lake Michigan By Audrey Nowakowski & Mitch Teich • Jan 22, 2015 Tamara Thomsen / Wisconsin Historical Society Listen Listening... / 14:39 Mitch Teich speaks with marine archeologist Tamara Thomsen about the treasures hidden in Lake Michigan's waters. Wisconsin is home to an internationally significant collection of artifacts that most of us will never see first hand. New Edition Of 'Indian Nations of Wisconsin' Chronicles Progress By Audrey Nowakowski & Stephanie Lecci • Jan 20, 2015 onwisconsin.uwalumni.com Listen Listening... / 9:05 Author Patty Loew spoke with Lake Effect’s Stephanie Lecci last year about her book, "Indian Nations of Wisconsin." A decision by Governor Scott Walker is still pending as to the future of a proposed Menominee casino in the Kenosha area. Wisconsin Historical Society Sets Up Shop At Milwaukee's Central Library By Audrey Nowakowski & Bonnie North • Jan 19, 2015 Wisconsin Historical Society Listen Listening... / 10:13 Bonnie North talks with Jim Draeger, Director of Outreach for the Wisconsin Historical Society. Since the beginning of January, the Wisconsin Historical Society has taken our state history on the road, taking up residence at the Milwaukee Central Library through the end of the month. An Unexpected Treasure in Oneida County: The Stovewood Building By Susan Bence • Aug 29, 2014 S Bence Listen Listening... / 4:50 You might think you’ve stumbled upon a movie set where County Trunks B and Z come together in Oneida County. There stands a general store from the dawn of the 20th century - painstakingly restored. Soldiers' Letters Illustrate Wisconsin's Military History By Eleanor Peterson & Stephanie Lecci • Aug 8, 2013 Wisconsin Historical Society Press, Tumblr Listen Listening... / 11:59 Lake Effect's Stephanie Lecci speaks with John Zimm about the letters of Wisconsin's soldiers from the Civil War. One family’s scrapbook became a powerful resource for Wisconsin’s involvement in the Civil War.