German-speaking immigrants and their descendants have both shaped their North American environment and been shaped by it. The Max Kade Institute creates virtual exhibits to showcase social and cultural aspects of the German-American experience past and present.
Check out the following virtual exhibits:
How German Is American?
In Their Own Words: German-Americans in the World War I Era
Reading Immigrant History By The Books
Sauk City, Wisconsin, Freie Gemeinde
German-American Music: Wisconsin’s Tradition
Frautschi Letters Virtual Archive | Letters |
Anna Seifert: Letters in German from a Wisconsin Farm