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General information about transportation in Wisconsin, including road construction and Wisconsin transportation data.Drivers and Vehiclessection includes driver's license information (in English and Spanish), online plate renewals, and personalized plate information.

The Wisconsin Digital Archives collection was recently redesigned to offer a more user friendly environment to discover electronic state documents that have been digitally archived by the Wisconsin Document Depository Program. The Wisconsin Digital Archives is a growing collection of electronic state documents that are intended to provide public perspective on state government programs and provide a wealth of information about all aspects of life in Wisconsin.

From the Dept. of Transportation. Not updated during the summer. A listing of construction and detours is also available. 

Information on Wisconsin history which includes the texts of stories, essays, letters, poems, biographies and journals. Sponsored by UW-Madison General Library System and the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Includes a searchable database of over 20,000 fact sheets from universities and cooperative extensions, a dictionary of plants with links to images and descriptions, and links to other Internet gardening resources.

Statistics on Cancer, Health Care Providers, Health Surveys, Health Insurance, Population, and Vital Statistics (Births, Deaths, Marriages, Divorces, Life Expectancy).

Offers a number of links to sites of historical interest in Wisconsin. For the holdings of the Wisconsin Historical Society library, use the University of Wisconsin-Madison's card catalog for books or the Archives Computer Catalog (ArCat) for archival material.

Offers a number of links (under Archives) to sites of historical interest in Wisconsin. For the holdings of the State Historical Society, use the University of Wisconsin-Madison's card catalog.

"Wisconsin historical tidbits arranged by day. Links to related Web sites, suggested readings, vocabulary, study questions and more."

Image files of historical and biographical articles preserved in scrapbooks at the Wisconsin Historical Society, mainly between 1860-1940. Searchable by headline, subject, newspaper, location, date, and name.

"A digital collection of original sources documenting 19th-century Wisconsin history. Discover Wisconsin's pioneer voices through diaries, letters, and other personal narratives." From the UW Digital Collections.

Joint oral history project from the Wisconsin Historical Society and Wisconsin Public Television.

The Wisconsin Union features more than 1,000 events a year brought to you by the Wisconsin Union Directorate, the Union's student volunteer programming board.

"The mission of the Wisconsin Uprising Archive (WUA) is to collect and preserve materials related to the democratic uprising that started in Wisconsin in February 2011. Examples of materials include, but are not limited to, videos, photographs, pamphlets, and audio." - From web site.

The purpose of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum is to commemorate, acknowledge, and affirm the role of Wisconsin veterans in America’s military past by means of instructive exhibits and other educational programs.

Wisconsin Vote is a service of Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio and is updated during election season. Content for the website comes from WPT and WPR broadcasts as well as other state and national news and information sources.

A starting point to guide you to Wisconsin state agencies and departments.

"...a statewide public affairs network whose mission is to present an independent statewide view of community affairs and public policy discussion, beginning with nonpartisan, gavel-to-gavel coverage of state government in Madison."

Information about getting a GED or HSED in Wisconsin, as well as contact information for regional test centers.

A great Wisconsin state resource with labor and occupational data, salary ranges, JobNet, and many other links for both job seekers and employers.

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