Wisconsin Books and Publications
Pamphlets available through the National Archives.
Guide to Records in the National Archives - Great Lakes Region
Microfilm Publications in the National Archives - Great Lakes Region
Microfilm Records that Pertain to Genealogy
Military Service Records in the National Archives of the United States
Ordering Reproductions from the National Archives
Select List of Publications of the National Archives and Records Administration
The National Archives Microfilm Rental Program
Using Records in the National Archives for Genealogical Research
Using Census Records
State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Archives Division
The State Historical Society of Wisconsin has published nearly 30 guides to
its various library and manuscript collections, some of whic are listed here. To order any of these, call the
Fiscal Services Division at (608) 264-6428.
Collections at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin: A Guide.
by Behrnd-Klodt, Menzi L., and Mattern, Carolyn J. 158 pp.
Genealogical Research: An Introduction to the
Resources of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. 2d. ed.
by Danky, James P., ed. 56pp. 1986. $5.95
Women's History: Resources at the State Historical
Society of Wisconsin.
by Danky, James P., ed. 56pp. 1982.$3.95
Guide to Labor Papers in the
State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
by Ham, F. Gerald, and Hedstrom, Margaret, ed. 140pp. 1978. $5.00
Guide to Draper Manuscripts.
by Harper, Josephine L., ed. 500 pp. 1983. $30.00
Guide to the Wisconsin Jewish Archives.
by Knight, Cynthia, ed. 54pp. 1992.
Wisconsin Genealogical Publications
French Canadian / Acadian Genealogists Of Wisconsin Quarterly
% Pat Geyh, 4624 West Tesch Avenue, Greenfield, Wisconsin 53220
Gems Of Genealogy
(bimonthly) (queries accepted), Bay Area
Genealogical Society, Post Office Box 283, Green Bay, Wisconsin
(quarterly) (queries accepted), Milwaukee
County Genealogical Society, Post Office Box 27326, Milwaukee,
Out On A Limb
Watertown Genealogical Society, Post Office
Box 91, Watertown, Wisconsin 53094-0091
(queries accepted), Waukesha County Genealogical
Society, Post Office Box 1541, Waukesha, Wisconsin 53187-1541
Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter
Madison, WI 53705
Wisconsin Microfiche available through Ancestor Publishers
WISCONSIN - BIOGRAPHIES
Memorial Records of the Fathers of Wisconsin Containing Sketches of the Lives and Career to the Members of the Constitutional Conventions to 1848 and 1847 with a History of Early Settlement in Wisconsin, Pub. 1880, by H. A. Tenney and David Atwood. Indexed, 400 pages. 5 fiche.
by The Lewis Publishing Company, pub. 1914. Contains biographies for the following surnames: Anson, Archibald, Auer, Ayer, Baker, Bancroft, Bardon, Beyer, Bolens, Bossert, Brumder, Bryant, Carson, Cary, Caswell, Christensen, Choate, Clark, Cochran, Dixon, Dodge, Earling, Ernst, Evans, Falk, Frame, Gates, Gilson, Granberg, Halsey, Hanson, Henry, Hirshheimer, Hoard, Jackson, Johnson, Lathrop, Lockwood, Long, Loveland, Lyman, Mariner, Marshall, McDonell, Meyers, Miller, Mitchell, Moore, Nieman, Norris, Noyes, O'Day, Peck, Philipp, Pierce, Plankinton, Putney, Ravn, Reinig, Robbins, Rose, Rueping, Saayer, Schmidt, Shaughnessy, Simmons, Stange, Trostel, Truax, Upham, Vilas, Wahl, Week, Wells, Weyenberg, Whitney, Williams, Willson, Winkler and Yule.
509 pages, 5 fiche.
WISCONSIN - CENSUSWisconsin State Veterans Census for 1885.
Arranged alphabetically; gives name, rank, co., regt., state served from, present address. 387 printed pages. 2 fiche.
Wisconsin State Veteran Census for 1895.
Enumerates names of ex-soldiers and sailors residing in Wisconsin, June 20, 1895. There are several lists in this record: Soldiers of the Civil War in Wisconsin Regiments, Soldiers of the Civil War enlisting from other States, Sailors of the Civil War, Marines in the Civil War, Wisconsin regular Army Soldiers in the Mexican War and Soldiers of the Civil War who served in or with Colored Regiments. Alphabetically arranged. 3 fiche.
Wisconsin State Veteran Census for 1905.
Arranged alphabetically; gives name, rank, co., regt., branch of service and post office of Veterans living in Wisconsin on June 20, 1905. 245 printed pages.
WISCONSIN - CHURCHESGuide to Church Vital Statistic Records in Wisconsin
Pub. 1942, by Historical Records Survey Service Division Work Projects Administration. Lists churches and tells what records such as baptisms, marriages and funerals were kept. Alphabetically arranged by town. 4 fiche.
WISCONSIN - HISTORYCommemorative Biographical Record of the Upper Lake Region
(Wisconsin & Minnesota), by J. H. Beers & Co., pub. 1905. Indexed. 554 pages, 8 fiche.
WISCONSIN - MILITARYWisconsin Volunteers War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865,
by Estabrook, McGregor and Holway, pub. 1885-1899. Arranged alphabetically; gives name, rank, company and regiment. 1137 printed pages.
Index from Wisconsin Losses in the Civil War, 1861-1865,
by Charles E. Estabrook, Editor, published in 1915. This is an index of the names of Wisconsin soldiers killed in action, mortally wounded or dying from other causes in the civil war. Information includes the name and the Co. Regiment. 2 fiche, $ 8.00
Wisconsin Soldiers and Sailors Regimental Reunion Roster, 1880,
by Wisconsin Soldiers Reunion Association, pub. 1880. Contents: Regimental Reunion Roster with explanations, Appendix to Roster (late registrations); Unassigned veterans and Roster Index (Wisconsin regiments only). 309 pages, 3 fiche.
Wisconsin section of "List of Pensioners on the Roll, January 1, 1883;
Giving the Name of Each Pensioner, the Cause for which Pensioned, the Post-Office Address, the Rate of Pension per Month, and the Date of Original Allowance, as called for by Senate Resolution of December 8, 1882, Volume 3". Pensioners are veterans, widows, fathers or mothers of veterans who served in the war of 1812 or the Civil War. The lists are organized by county. Information includes names, date applied, type of service or wound, etc., county and town living in and usually the pension number. 2 fiche.
WISCONSIN - PASSENGER LISTSTen Old Lutheran Passenger Lists for Lutherans that went to Buffalo Erie Co., and Niagara Co., NY and Dodge Co., Jefferson Co., Washington Co., Oazauikee Co., and Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin in 1843.
by Martin Wm. Johnson. All ships arrived in New York City. They came from Germany and Prussia. 36 pages. 1 fiche.
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