This presentation provides an overview of German-language resources for genealogists and suggestions on where to find them. Learn how to interpret historic documents and receive tips on how to decipher Old German script and print.
When immigrants from German-speaking Europe came to Wisconsin in the nineteenth century, they brought with them their culture and traditions, especially culinary ways and recipes. Before long, cookbooks were printed in this country for the...Read More
As far back as the colonial era, humor centered on regional and ethnic diversity in America has drawn on stereotypes about language differences. In the presentation we will explore some of the ways that so-called...Read More
Craft beer provided by Bull Falls Brewery in Wausau. German-style buffet provided by Clasen's European Bakery (Middleton), the Freiburg Gastropub (Madison), and the University Club Restaurant. Enjoy accordion music with Bill Niederberger, German...Read More
Are you a historian trying to decipher old German handwritten documents? A genealogist researching your German-speaking ancestors? In this workshop, Mark Louden will introduce you to the basics of reading German handwritten materials, with a...Read More