The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center (ARC) will be presented with the 2018 Governor’s Archives Award for Archival Innovation. An award presentation will be held Wednesday, October 24 at 4:00 p.m. in the Archives of David A. Cofrin Library, Room 705, UW-Green Bay. The Wisconsin Historical Society will present the award. […]
Join in the celebration as the UW-Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center is presented with the 2018 Governor’s Award for Archival Innovation by the Wisconsin State Historical Society. This award acknowledges the Archives’ leadership in building flexible instructional programs across the UW-Green Bay undergraduate curriculum. The Archives Department will be recognized for its innovative […]
UW-Green Bay archivist commented recently on the ravaging fires in California, comparing it to the most fatal fire in Wisconsin history — the Peshtigo Fire. See it in Newsweek.
Ever wondered how Brussels in Southern Door County got its name? It has a lot to do with crop shortages in Belgium, which sparked the emigration of Belgians to a new land called Wisconsin. A file unearthed in UW-Green Bay’s Cofrin Library described a report by Ministère de la Région Wallonne, stating that even though […]
University Archives and Area Research Center has provided support with images for the Brown County Historical Society’s new exhibit: “Fashioning Our Identity: 200 Years of Style.” They were featured in a news segment last week. All of the photos used in the piece are from Cofrin Libary collections. You will find the appropriate shout-out to […]
Bailey’s Harbor District #1 Schoolhouse in Door County was built in 1858 on Bluff Road. Since then, the building has been taken down, built on a new location, suffered a fire, and rebuilt again. Much more is included in the history of the schoolhouse, which sparked Kristen Peil and her husband Caleb Whitney’s interest. They […]
Deb Anderson, archivist in UW-Green Bay’s Archives and Area Research Center hosted Fox 11 for two great segments, Monday, April 9, 2018, in celebration of National Library Week. The segments are worth reviewing.
More than 160 students participated in National History Day at UW-Green Bay on Saturday, March 3. The theme for this year’s competition was “Conflict and Compromise in History.” Fox11 has the story.
It will be the 16th consecutive year UW-Green Bay will serve as host Green Bay, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will host Northeastern Wisconsin Region’s National History Day competition on Saturday, March 3, 2018 marking the 16th consecutive year the event has been held at the University. The 2018 National History Day competition will […]
The Cofrin Library’s Archives and Area Research Center had an article published in the Wisconsin Historical Society’s newsletter, Columns, about collaborative projects done with courses outside of history classes. The article is on page 14.