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Video thumbnail: Wisconsin Hometown Stories Sauk Prairie: The Sound of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Sauk Prairie: The Sound of Wisconsin

Jim Kirchstein’s music recording studio captured the sound of Wisconsin in the 1960s.

Sauk Prairie: The Sound of Wisconsin

Video thumbnail: Wisconsin Hometown Stories Sauk Prairie: A New Chapter

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Sauk Prairie: A New Chapter

The closing of Badger Army Ammunition led to plans for future uses of Sauk Prairie lands.

Sauk Prairie: A New Chapter

Video thumbnail: Wisconsin Hometown Stories Sauk Prairie: Arsenal of Democracy

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Sauk Prairie: Arsenal of Democracy

During World War II a large ammunition plant was built on the Sauk Prairie.

Sauk Prairie: Arsenal of Democracy

Video thumbnail: Wisconsin Hometown Stories Sauk Prairie: Glass Plates

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Sauk Prairie: Glass Plates

Glass plate negatives provide a window into the lives of past residents of the area.

Sauk Prairie: Glass Plates

Video thumbnail: Wisconsin Hometown Stories Sauk Prairie: A Writer of Place

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Sauk Prairie: A Writer of Place

August Derleth wrote about the people and places of Sauk Prairie.

Sauk Prairie: A Writer of Place

Video thumbnail: Wisconsin Hometown Stories Sauk Prairie: The Freethinkers

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Sauk Prairie: The Freethinkers

Political and religious refugees established a Free-thinking Congregation in Sauk City.

Sauk Prairie: The Freethinkers

Video thumbnail: Wisconsin Hometown Stories Sauk Prairie: Hydro-Mania

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Sauk Prairie: Hydro-Mania

The Prairie du Sac dam was a massive building project, and is still in use today.

Sauk Prairie: Hydro-Mania

Video thumbnail: Wisconsin Hometown Stories Sauk Prairie: Early History

Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Sauk Prairie: Early History

The Sauk Prairie area was first inhabited by the Sauk, long before European settlement.

Sauk Prairie: Early History

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