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Midwestern Collection

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Republican Party birthplace, Ripon, Wisconsin

Republican Party birthplace, Ripon, Wisconsin
Little White Schoolhouse, the birthplace of the Republican Party, Ripon, Wisconsin. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Mississippi River and the city of Minneapolis, 1870s

Mississippi River and the city of Minneapolis, 1870s
Minneapolis, village of St. Anthony, and St. Anthonys Falls on the Mississippi River, Minnesota, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Railroad land for sale in Iowa and Minnesota

Railroad land for sale in Iowa and Minnesota
Farmland in Minnesota and Iowa for sale by the St. Paul & Sioux City Railroad Company, 1870s. Handset type advertisement with a watercolor wash

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Danish immigrant homestead, Old World Wisconsin

Danish immigrant homestead, Old World Wisconsin
Pedersen Farm, homestead of Danish immigrants preserved at Old World Wisconsin, Eagle, Wisconsin. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Pharmacy at Fort Howard, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Pharmacy at Fort Howard, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Pharmacy at Fort Howard, US Army outpost on the Wisconsin frontier in the early 1800s, Heritage Hill, Green Bay. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Norwegian immigrant homestead, Old World Wisconsin

Norwegian immigrant homestead, Old World Wisconsin
Kvaale Farm dairy shed of Norwegian immigrants, Old World Wisconsin restored to its 1865 appearance. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Wisconsin farm of Belgian immigrants, 1800s

Wisconsin farm of Belgian immigrants, 1800s
Belgian immigrants farm and windmill, Heritage Hill, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Mallards over the Wolf River, Wisconsin

Mallards over the Wolf River, Wisconsin
Wild ducks in morning fog flying over Post Lake on the Wolf River, Wisconsin. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Great egrets in a Wisconsin wetland

Great egrets in a Wisconsin wetland
Great egrets, Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, Wisconsin. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Wisconsin state capitol at Madison, 1851

Wisconsin state capitol at Madison, 1851
New state capitol building at Madison, Wisconsin, 1851. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870s

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1870s
Downtown Milwaukee looking west from the waterfront of Lake Michigan, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Fort Howard, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Fort Howard, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Fort Howard, US Army outpost on the Wisconsin frontier in the early 1800s, Heritage Hill, Green Bay. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Norwegian immigrant homestead, Old World Wisconsin

Norwegian immigrant homestead, Old World Wisconsin
Norwegian immigrant farm woman reenactor spinning wool in the Kvaale House, built circa 1848, at Old World Wisconsin, Eagle WI. Digital photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Wisconsin River junction with the Mississippi

Wisconsin River junction with the Mississippi
Wisconsin River joining the Mississippi River, first explored by Marquette and Joliet, 1673. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Wisconsin River near its Mississippi River junction

Wisconsin River near its Mississippi River junction
Wisconsin River, seen from bluffs near its junction with the Mississippi River, first taken by Marquette and Joliet in 1673. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Fox River near Princeton, Wisconsin

Fox River near Princeton, Wisconsin
Fox River, taken by Marquette and Joliet to reach the Mississippi, 1673. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Fox River, Wisconsin

Fox River, Wisconsin
Fox River, taken by Marquette and Joliet to reach the Mississippi, 1673. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Drumlin, a glacial feature on the Ice Age Trail, Wisconsin

Drumlin, a glacial feature on the Ice Age Trail, Wisconsin
Drumlin, a glacial remnant now planted with corn, southern Wisconsin. Photograph

Background imageMidwestern Collection: Gooseberries in a homestead garden, Wisconsin

Gooseberries in a homestead garden, Wisconsin
Gooseberries in a Scandinavian immigrant garden, Old World Wisconsin, Eagle, Wisconsin. Photograph


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