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Built on Water: Milwaukee’s Vital Resource – A Lecture Tour
BUILT ON WATER: MILWAUKEE’S VITAL RESOURCE
December 2013 Lecture
at Discovery World, Center for Public Innovation
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Lake Michigan and the rivers that feed it have been Milwaukee’s dominant natural resources since the days of the Potawatomi. Join historian John Gurda for a lively, illustrated look at the lake and its adjacent waterways. See how they served the community and how they have weathered a cycle of heavy use to emerge as focal points of both concern and celebration in the twenty-first century.
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