Use this guide to assist in your research on how nature has affected your family's history. You can find information about accessing genealogy resources, databases, books, and maps. Research assistance is available through the Research Help page.
If you need help with library search tools and resources, just click on the Research Help tab. For other questions about your assignment, consult with your professor.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center (ARC) has original materials pertaining to Northeastern Wisconsin from the 1600s to the present. Examples of topics covered include: Civil War, immigrants, suffrage, community development, courtship, World War II, homemaking, Belgian-Americans, political matters, and businesses. The collections include diaries, letters, memoirs, photos, maps, oral histories, court records, citizenship papers, vital records, school records and more!
We are affiliated with the Wisconsin Historical Society. In addition to holding Northeastern Wisconsin materials as a regional depository, we can borrow archival collections from other Area Research Centers and from the from the rest of the Wisconsin Historical Society archival collections.