Wisconsin Hometown Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Appleton

Special | 56m 51s  | Video has closed captioning.

Starting with the Menominee Nation, and continuing with the Meskwaki people and French settlers who predominated the region, the city of Appleton grew from trade and industries powered by the Fox River. The city also thrived in tandem with the rise of Lawrence University, was lit up by innovation, and has been transformed by music and activism.

Aired: 04/24/23

Rating: TV-PG

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Wisconsin Hometown Stories is a local public television program presented by PBS Wisconsin.

Funding for Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Appleton is provided by the Doug and Carla Salmon Foundation, Chuck and Barb Merry, the David L. and Rita E. Nelson Family Fund within the …