Students from the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire selected these artifacts from the collections of the Dunn County Historical Society and the Chippewa Valley Museum. They matched their selections into imaginative sets and created these exhibits over the course of a semester. The stories in these exhibits are the meanings that these student-curators decided to make — for you.

Read the VolumeOne article A New History: Local museums explore participatory model.

This project is a collaborative creation of public history students at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, the Chippewa Valley Museum, and the Dunn County Historical Society. Special thanks for funding support to the UWEC Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.