Read the words of river champions in the U.S. Senate before the unanimous vote to pass the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act.
The bridge was painted gray in 1942 due to shortages during World War II, but is now being restored as part of its transformation to a pedestrian crossing.
Nelson urged Minnesota officials to protect the St. Croix before it suffered the same abuses as America’s other great rivers.
New York woman donates grandfather’s photo album to local historical society, illuminating a major construction project in 1930.
New name better reflects the diverse range of history shared at the Pine City site.
Park workers dug up objects in the 1930s that raised questions about when people first lived in what’s now Wisconsin.
Read what the sponsors said when they tried to pass a St. Croix River bill the first time.
Permanently protecting the St. Croix River took big leaps forward in the last month of 1964.
Collection of articles by Wisconsin writer covers National Park Service management, research, and more modern history.
Documentary series explores the eras of logging and European immigration.