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=== Welcome to Wisconsin, Badger State  ===
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=== Welcome to Wisconsin, the Badger State  ===
  
 
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== Featured Content  ==
 
== Featured Content  ==
  
[[Image:Barn in Wisconsin.JPG|thumb]]  
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[[Image:Barn in Wisconsin.JPG|thumb|Barn in Wisconsin.JPG]]  
  
*The Wisconsin Historical Society can be accessed at [http://www.wisconsinhistory.org http://www.wisconsinhistory.org]
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*The [http://www.wisconsinhistory.org Wisconsin Historical Society] has many resources useful to genealogists.  
*The [[Wisconsin Native Races|Wisconsin Native Races]] article can help with understanding how to search for your ancestors who were Native American.  
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*The [[Wisconsin Native Races|Wisconsin Native Races]] article can help with understanding how to search for Native American ancestors.  
*[http://www.mcmillanlibrary.org/index.shtml%7C McMillan Memorial Library, Wisconsin Rapids]
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*[http://www.cemeteries.org/genealogy.asp Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries Burial Records]
  
 
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*The Wisconsin Historical Society has the second-largest collection of newspapers in the United States. Many, including most Wisconsin newspapers, are on microfilm and can be loaned to public libraries through interlibrary loan. Newspapers produced by German and other ethnic groups are especially valuable for research about residents of the state.  
 
*The Wisconsin Historical Society has the second-largest collection of newspapers in the United States. Many, including most Wisconsin newspapers, are on microfilm and can be loaned to public libraries through interlibrary loan. Newspapers produced by German and other ethnic groups are especially valuable for research about residents of the state.  
 
*Before the Civil War, the Irish were the second largest immigrant group in Wisconsin. There was also considerable emigration from England, Scotland, Wales, and British North America.  
 
*Before the Civil War, the Irish were the second largest immigrant group in Wisconsin. There was also considerable emigration from England, Scotland, Wales, and British North America.  
*Did you know you can find your nefarious Wisconsin ancestors at&nbsp;[http://www.blacksheepancestors.com/usa/wisconsin.shtml Wisconsin Blacksheep Ancestors]?
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*You can find your nefarious Wisconsin ancestors at [http://www.blacksheepancestors.com/usa/wisconsin.shtml Wisconsin Blacksheep Ancestors]?
  
 
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The Wisconsin [[FamilySearch Wiki:Moderator|moderator]] is [[User:MannAE wambold|Alan R. Wambold]]. Please contact the [http://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Special:Emailuser/Nixiao FamilySearch Wiki administrator] if you would like to be the assistant moderator for Wisconsin.  
 
The Wisconsin [[FamilySearch Wiki:Moderator|moderator]] is [[User:MannAE wambold|Alan R. Wambold]]. Please contact the [http://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Special:Emailuser/Nixiao FamilySearch Wiki administrator] if you would like to be the assistant moderator for Wisconsin.  
 
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*[[Wisconsin Obituaries|Obituaries]]  
 
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*[[Wisconsin Periodicals|Periodicals]]  
 
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*[[Wisconsin Probate Records|Probate Records]]  
 
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Revision as of 01:11, 17 December 2012

United States go to Wisconsin


Welcome to Wisconsin, the Badger State

Wisconsin.png Wisconsin flag.png


Featured Content

Barn in Wisconsin.JPG

Did You Know?

  • The Wisconsin Historical Society has the second-largest collection of newspapers in the United States. Many, including most Wisconsin newspapers, are on microfilm and can be loaned to public libraries through interlibrary loan. Newspapers produced by German and other ethnic groups are especially valuable for research about residents of the state.
  • Before the Civil War, the Irish were the second largest immigrant group in Wisconsin. There was also considerable emigration from England, Scotland, Wales, and British North America.
  • You can find your nefarious Wisconsin ancestors at Wisconsin Blacksheep Ancestors?

Counties

Wisconsin County Creation Dates and Parent Counties

Extinct or Renamed Counties:

Wiki articles describing online collections are found at:

Research Tools

Things You Can Do

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Wisconsin Moderator

The Wisconsin moderator is Alan R. Wambold. Please contact the FamilySearch Wiki administrator if you would like to be the assistant moderator for Wisconsin.