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11 stories that reflect significant historical events and people throughout the history of Milwaukee.

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Attention Educators
Enliven your classrooms with The Making of Milwaukee curricula. These flexible, innovative curricula are clearly focused on content activities for both Grades 1-4 and Grades 5-12. The elementary and secondary curricula feature extensive classroom, interactive and web-based activities.

The Making of Milwaukee is a five hour, high definition video series that explores the intriguing people who came to live beside Lake Michigan: their politics, their triumphs and tragedies, their work and play. From civic saints to scoundrels, industrialists to Socialists, Potawatomi to Hmong, The Making of Milwaukee tells the story of our city.

To purchase the DVD set of The Making of Milwaukee click here or call 262-781-4998.

Do you have questions? Would you like an in-school presentation? If so, contact the MOM curriculum team at

Funding for curriculum and web activities provided by The Faye McBeath Foundation, Koeppen-Gerlach Foundation, and The Penworthy Company.

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Photos provided by: Milwaukee County Historical Society, Milwaukee Public Museum, Wisconsin Black Historical Society, Wisconsin Historical Society, Rexnord Industries, Joan Cummings
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