The Making of Milwaukee John Gurda
Publisher: Milwaukee County Historical Society
12,000 years ago, that the first Milwaukeeans arrived. They found a land just emerging from a million years of ice. Find The Making of Milwaukee at Amazon.com Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. The series are based on John Gurda's book and is narrated by the author himself. �The Making of Milwaukee” produced by Milwaukee Public Television. Welcome to “The Making of Milwaukee” Social Studies Content Themes “Quick Links”. The Making of Milwaukee is a 2006 television series by Milwaukee PBS. Choose from the links below to see the transformation of various Milwaukee landmarks. He is the author of fifteen books, including histories of Milwaukee-area neighborhoods, churches, and industries. Historian and host, John Gurda, explores the history of Wisconsin's largest city, from its origins as a Native American settlement to the present day. Milwaukee, WI :Milwaukee County Historical Society, 1999. Source: Milwaukee County Historical Society · Streetscene at NE corner of S. About The Making of Milwaukee | Milwaukee's History | People of Milwaukee | In the Classroom | Home © Milwaukee PBS | www.milwaukeepbs.org. The Making of Milwaukee is generally acknowledged as the standard history of Wisconsin's largest city. This document requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Making of Milwaukee has 85 ratings and 9 reviews. We are pleased to present this adventurous and rich online curriculum to accompany. To download a copy of the script, please click here.