Note date change - Saturday, April 15th
Learn about your ancestors and the history of Wisconsin communities through maps. You may be familiar with plat maps and Sanborn maps, but have you ever used field maps from the Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory? Have you used aerial photographs from 1937? Maps and related sources can help you find your ancestors' farms and residential houses. They can also give you a better sense of the communities they lived in, including schools, transportation routes, types of farming, Native American heritage, and the natural landscape.
Lee is a reference archivist at the Wisconsin Historical Society. He has spoken on a variety of topics related to the Historical Society's Library and Archives collections, including genealogy, local history, general archival research, maps, military records, state institutions (prisons, asylums, etc.), the Draper Collection, and the McCormick Collection.
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