LA CROSSE HISTORY
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THE LA CROSSE AREA'S HISTORY, DIGITIZED

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Author:
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Subject:
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse -- Students -- Research -- Periodicals
College students -- Research -- United States -- Periodicals
Journals
History
Creator:
Richardson, Tamara K.
Description:
The goal of this project is to explore the personal history of the Altmann family in relation to the common and yet unique experiences of other German immigrants. With oral histories as the main source, my goal is to show how the history of the Altmanns is the history of the modern family in America. This modern family is the end result of ancestors moving to America for push-or-pull immigration reasons, and adapting to the mainstreamed American culture. These full life interviews will take the form of discussions of the past. Some of the topics to be covered include the family members’ personal recollections and impressions of specific eras (i.e. the Great Depression, WWII, the Vietnam War) as well as daily activities during those eras.
Published as part of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Journal of Undergraduate Research, Volume 5 (2002)
Author:
La Crosse Public Library Archives
Subject:
La Crosse County (WIs.)--Genealogy
La Crosse (Wis.)--Genealogy
Creator:
La Crosse Public Library Archives (La Crosse, Wis.)
Description:
The La Crosse Public Library Archives website has many resources available to assist you with your genealogy and family history research, including a searchable local genealogy database of cemetery listings and obituaries.
Author:
David J. Marcou
Subject:
Marcou family
French Canadians--Wisconsin--Genealogy
Creator:
David J. Marcou
Description:
This compiled family history by David J. Marcou narrates the story from French Canada (Quebec) into Wisconsin and eventually La Crosse.