Shaped by its glacial geography, its earliest native residents and immigrant settlers, the story of Juneau County is filled with perseverance, innovation, leadership and heroism. Film, archival images and interviews with historians, local citizens and experts tell the unique stories of Juneau County’s distinct places, and the role its people have played in the development of Wisconsin.
|Publisher:||Wisconsin Historical Society|
|Product dimensions:||5.30(w) x 7.30(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Wisconsin Public Television celebrates its long history as an innovator in public television every day. One of the earliest educational public television stations in the United States, WPT's roots date back to the inception of Madisonbased WHATV in 1954. Since then, it has grown into a statewide network of six stations devoted to sharing the stories of the people of Wisconsin through television broadcasts, community events and engagement. Many of these programs, including the celebrated Wisconsin Hometown Stories project, the Wisconsin War Stories series and two recent Jerry Apps farm history programs, have evolved from a strong partnership between WPT and the Wisconsin Historical Society.