“If This Land Could Talk” | Beloit Heritage Days Weekend

“If This Land Could Talk” | Beloit Heritage Days Weekend

If this land could talk it would tell you about the people that cared for it, revered it, cried for it, dreamed of it, and shaped it over the millennia. The people of Ke-Chunk, a large Ho-Chunk village, tended crops in the rich soil. When they left in 1832, a fur...
Discover The Women Of The Confluence | Women’s History Month

Discover The Women Of The Confluence | Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month | Honoring the women who lived at the confluence of the Rock River and Turtle Creek from 1800-1880. From the Ho-Chunk women who made their homes here until they were forced to leave, to the Native wives of French fur traders, and the...