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Celebrate the 19th Amendment

August 26, 2020, is Women’s Equality Day. This year is the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guaranteed women the constitutional right to vote. People are encouraged to celebrate at noon on Wed., … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – November 26, 2019

The Cigarette: A Political History New Arrivals Island, 2nd Floor HD 9149.C43 U663 2019 I must first admit to at least half purchasing this book for the creative homage to the classic Marlboro Reds pack of cigarettes. The focus of … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – October 15, 2019

Teaching U.S. History Through Sports edited by Brad Austin and Pamela Grundy New Arrivals Island, 2nd Floor GV583 .T43 2019 This book sets up a way of related history through our popular past time of sports. In mind the audience … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – July 23, 2019

Seven Myths of Native American History by Paul Jentz E98.P99 J46 2018 New Arrivals Island, 2nd floor Paul Jentz work serves as a critical history of how Native Americans have been perceived over the years. The myths that he explores … Continue reading

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Trepanation

Have you or someone you know ever said, “I need that like I need another hole in my head!” or something similar? Well, at times some people have thought they or others need an actual hole created in their heads. … Continue reading

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Alice’s Ordinary People/Screening & Discussion

There will be a screening of Alice’s Ordinary People on Thurs, May 16, from 6–8pm at Whitewater’s public library, the Irvin L Young Memorial Library (431 W Center St, Whitewater). The filmmaker, Craig Dudnick, will provide an introduction and lead … Continue reading

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A World at War: Taking a Closer Look at WWII

The Spring 2019 Fairhaven Lecture Series will focus on “A World at War: Taking a Closer Look at WWII.” All lectures are free and take place on Mondays at 3pm in Fellowship Hall of Fairhaven Senior Services (435 West Starin … Continue reading

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The Packers’ Century: Wed Sept. 19

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Green Bay Packers! Jim Rice, author and Packers historian, will give a presentation on The Packers’ Century oat 6:30 p.m. on Wed., Sept. 19, at the Irvin L. Young Memorial Library (Whitewater’s public library … Continue reading

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A Photographer’s Life: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian

Michael Flanagan, Director of Crossman Gallery, will talk about “A Photographer’s Life: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indian” at 3 p.m. on Mon., Feb. 26, as part of the Spring 2018 Fairhaven lecture series, which has the theme … Continue reading

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Andersen Library (Building) at 65

On February 26, 1953, campus and community members helped carry books from UW-Whitewater’s Old Main library into the new Andersen Library building. 65 years, two additions, and myriad changes later, Andersen Library still strives to provide students with resources and … Continue reading

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