Wisconsin Historical Society Brings Exhibit to Superior

Traveling Exhibit Makes Two Month Stop in Superior

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Superior has been chosen as an exhibition point by the Wisconsin Historical Society.

The WHS is bringing a traveling exhibit to the Douglas County Historical Society for a two month stop on its cross state tour. 

The exhibit features historical artifacts and photographs from all over Wisconsin and even features a section on Douglas County and Superior.

Douglas County Historical Society Executive Director Tony Tracy said the exhibit has something for everyone, Tuesday. 

“Starting June 9th we have programming at 10 in the morning, at noon, and then in the afternoon,” Tracy said.

Tracy said the programs will include information on everything from “Native Americans in the area, to logging, to underwater archaeology.”

The exhibit highlights the history of Wisconsin, but it doesn’t lack modern amenities.

The exhibit will have touch screen displays including pictures and additional information not available in hard copy form.

The exhibit will be on display through June and July and is free to the public.

Anyone needing more information can contact the Douglas County Historical Society at (715) 392-8449.

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