Wisconsin Genealogy Resources
BadgerLink. Digtial Content Database.
Wisconsin Digital Project.
Central Wisconsin Digital Project (CWDP) is a consortium of
libraries, historical societies, genealogical societies and
museums committed to preserving and disseminating the history of
Marathon and Lincoln Counties through the digitization of
original sources and artifacts and their subsequent publication
on the internet.
University Digital Collections.
Public Library Digital Collections.
Public Library Digital Collections.
Portal Wisconsin Digital Link. Tour
exhibitions, sculpture gardens and more. Listen to music and
poetry, and watch clips of interviews and special programs.
- State of
Brings together, in digital form, two categories of primary
and secondary materials: writings about the State of Wisconsin
and unique or valuable materials that relate to its history and
The collection includes published material as well as
archival materials. The materials were digitized from a variety
of formats including books, manuscripts, sound recordings,
photographs, maps and other resources deemed important to the
study and teaching of the State of Wisconsin.
Materials in the Collection:
Ada James papers and correspondence (1915-1918)
Appleton Public Library Local History Collection
Barneveld Local History Collection
Belgian-American Research Collection
Big Streets in a Little City - Downtown Street Scenes in
Brittingham Family Lantern Slide Collection
Bunny Berigan, Fox Lake's Own
Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Oconto and Shawano Counties:
Historical Atlases, Directories, Plat Maps & High School
Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Pepin, St. Croix, and Rusk
Counties: Local History Collections
Early Fond du Lac County People and Places
Evansville, Wisconsin Digitization Project
Fond du Lac and Green Lake County Atlases, Directories, and
Great Lakes Maritime History Project
Historic Fort Atkinson
Historical County Plat Maps from South Central Wisconsin and
Early Madison City Directories
A History of Agriculture in Wisconsin
History of Wisconsin Agriculture and Rural Life
The Home Front: Manitowoc County in World War II
Images of Lake Geneva
The Ku Klux Klan in Northwestern Wisconsin, circa 1915-1950
Kenosha County History: Images and Texts, 1830s-1940s
Libraries and Schools in Marathon and Lincoln Counties
Life and Industry in Two Rivers: Photos and Catalogs
Log book of Preston Reynolds
Madison Metropolitan School District Reports
Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association Reports and
Manitowoc Local History Collection
Marathon County Local History
Maps and Atlases of La Crosse County, Wisconsin, and the
Upper Mississippi River
Marinette County Local History
Menasha Local History Collection
Neenah Public Library Local History Collection
Opening the Doors: Wisconsin Mental Health Heritage
Oshkosh, Omro, and Winnebago County, Wisconsin - Atlases and
Public Documents of the State of Wisconsin
The Reminiscences of Lucien B. Caswell (1827-1919) —
Wisconsin pioneer and civic leader
Sheboygan County Historical Documents
Schleisingerville to Slinger 125 Years
Story of Madison (Thwaites, Reuben Gold)
Taylor Brothers Photographs
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and
Walworth County Plat Map of 1857
Waterford Area Local History
Waukesha County History 1870-1920
A Williams Bay Treasure: "Bay Leaves," 1933-1940
- Wisconsin Academy Review
Wisconsin Blue Books
Wisconsin Cranberry School Proceedings
Wisconsin Goes to War: Our Civil War Experience
Wisconsin Local Histories
Wisconsin Pioneer Experience
The Wisconsin State Capitol Historic Structure Report
Wisconsin Traditions of Social Care
World War II Veterans of Mount Horeb
- University of Wisconsin -- Digital Collections. They
are loosely organized into collections that span a range of
subjects including art, ecology, literature, history, music,
natural resources, science, social sciences, the State of
Wisconsin, and the University of Wisconsin. Digital resources
include text-based materials such as books, journal series, and
manuscript collections; photographic images; slides; maps;
prints; posters; audio; and video.
University of Wisconsin Digital Collections.
Since its foundation in early 2000, the UWDCC has worked
collaboratively with UW System faculty, staff, and librarians to
create and provide access to digital resources that support the
teaching and research needs of the UW community, uniquely
document the university and State of Wisconsin, and provide
access to rare or fragile items of broad research value. The
UWDCC has also partnered with cultural heritage institutions and
public libraries throughout Wisconsin to create digital
Resources within the collections are free and publicly
accessible online. They are loosely organized into collections
that span a range of subjects including art, ecology,
literature, history, music, natural resources, science, social
sciences, the State of Wisconsin, and the University of
Wisconsin. Digital resources include text-based materials such
as books, journal series, and manuscript collections;
photographic images; slides; maps; prints; posters; audio; and
- University of
Wisconsin - Milwaukee Libraries. Digital Collections.
The Digital Collections at the UWM Libraries include over 32,000
photographic images, maps, and books drawn from the collections
of the American Geographical Society Library, the Archives,
Special Collections, and the Curriculum Library.
University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh Archives and Area Research
Center Digital Collections.
of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Library Digital Collections.
Digital Collections, Indexes and Exhibits Created by the UWSP
Library, Archives, and the Museum of Natural History.
Was established in 2004 as part of the Wisconsin Document
Depository Program to begin identifying a means to insure that
content on state agency websites could continue to be available
in the future and to provide a way for state agencies to
continue to fulfill their statutory obligation to participate in
the Wisconsin Document Depository Program with electronic
Historical Images. Browse historical images from the 19th
and 20th centuries. Find pictures of people and places or
Wisconsin Historical Society Digital Collections. More
than 100,000 pages from the Society’s books, manuscripts,
newspapers, photographs, and other primary sources are available
Wisconsin Historical Society Online Collections.