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While researching for the article Wisconsin and Iowa County in World War I the following books proved insightful and helpful. Recommended books related to Wisconsin and World War I Worse Than Battle: (Ivy Div. of the 4th Division of 47th Infantry WW I) Wisconsin. By Emilie E. Luebke Wisconsin in the World War; An Account of the […]
The U.S. entered the war in April 1917 and the draft began that June. Wisconsin soldiers and nurses would begin arriving in France in the early months of 1918.
In all the years since its founding in 1880, there was something Madison’s Kehl School of Dance had never tried teaching: wheelchair dance. That changed in 2014. For the first time, led by instructor J. Matzner, children and adults who use walkers and wheelchairs could take “sitting” ballet.