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Research


HSHS Library Holdings

The materials listed below are held at our office and museum at 605 Maywood Avenue and are available for use by the public in the building. In addition to the items listed below the History Committee is developing a history file of newspaper articles and documents pertaining to Howard and Suamico. These are available for research use also.


View a list of all Books of Local interest which are available at the Brown County Library or a link to the list of St. John the Baptist Church marriage records from 1863 to 1874.

19TH Century Immigrants (Curran, LePounsey, Daul, Theis, Kuypers, Van Haren, Van Lieshout)

Alan Dow Wilson genealogy

Ancestral Roots of certain American Colonists who came to America before 1700

Ancestry of William and John Johnson

Andrew Weber lighthouse and family information

Ann Brudnick’s scrapbook

Atlas of World History


Bay Area Obituaries with Index

Bay Port High School annuals including the years 1959-1970, 1976, 1978-79, 1989-1993,              x  1995-1996, 1998-2001, 2003-2009

Belgian American Research Materials at UW-Green Bay Special Collections

Belgian genealogy information (file folder)

Birthplace of a Commonwealth: a short history of Brown County, Wisconsin

Boston Marriages from 1700 to 1809

Brown County cemetery index books published by the Bay Area Genealogical Society (16)

Brown County Directory, 1962

Brown County Naturalization index (pamphlet)


Charles William & Sarah Gibson Athey family of Howard, Brown County, Wisconsin

Clays and clay industries of Wisconsin by Ernest Robertson Buckley


Deceased Soldiers brought from Overseas to Green Bay WWII  (pamphlet)

Descendents of William and John Johnson: Colonial Friends of Virginia

The Diocese of Green Bay: A Centennial - 1868-1968

Directory of the Ancestral Heads of New England Families 1620-1700

Dominick Brunette (1780-1862) Early Green Bay Family from Canada to Duck Creek, Wisconsin

Double Wedding Ring by Patricia Wendorf (3 copies)

Dutch Webbers of Indiana and Illinois


Early Duck Creek History by Jeanne and Les Rentmeester

Exhibiting your Community’s Heritage by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin


Family tree of Felix Roskom and Clara Luedke

Family of Ruby Lillian Moritz and Winfred Henry Joachim

Farewell to the homeland: European immigration to N.E. Wisconsin 1840-1900

Flemish in Wisconsin by Jeanne and Les Rentmeester

French Dictionary

From Grez-Doiceau to Wisconsin

Fuller Morrison Hayes Genealogy


Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England

Genealogy and memories of J. Kenneth & Ceil C. (Reimer) Lutsey families

German Dictionary

Glimpse into their past (Anderson-Lu Maye)  (Howard Suamico)

Gold Star List form Brown County – WWI  (pamphlet)

Great migration:  Immigrants to New England 1634-1635. Vol. 1 A-B

Green Bay City Directory - 1988, 1992, 1994, 1998, 1999

Green Bay City Telephone book 1931


Hammatt Papers: Early inhabitants of Ipswitch, Massachusetts, 1633-1700

Handy book for genealogists. 6thedition

Henry S. Baird and his wife Elizabeth T. Fisher: Early Green Bay Family

Herman Marks family story

Hussin family genealogy


Incidents in the history of Brown County, Wisconsin

In His Vineyard - 1868-1983


Jacques Porlier (1765-1839) of French Nobility From Canada to LaBaye

Joannes: Early Green Bay Family

Judge John Lawe


La Rivere au Canard-Duck Creek in Early Days – as told by Mrs. Mary Londeau Cormier

Land Atlas and Plat Book for Brown County, Wisconsin 1983

Lea: Our Wisconsin Girl by Kristin W. Diver (2 copies)

LeMere family, relatives and friends. Volume 1


Memories of Old Duck Creek - Rentmeester, Jeanne & Les

Military scrapbook by Jeri (Koskoski) Van Lanen

Minahan: Early Green Bay Family 

Morgan Lewis Martin: Early Green Bay Family

Mouet deMoras DeLanglade “dit” Langlade “The Father of Wisconsin” (2 copies)

My local history book! by the School District of Three Lakes


Obituaries, some with indexes  (1930’s, 1940’s and misc dates)

Obituaries with index (1940-1948)

Obituaries (4 volumes)

Original lists of Persons of Quality 1600-1700

Our Marchant relatives by Jeanne and Les Rentmeester (2 copies)


Pamperin family Treasures (Cookbook with photos and stories)

Pierre “Jacques” Grignon : Early Green Bay Family from France and Canada

Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire

Plat Book of Brown County, Wisconsin 1889

Putting Pulaski on the map (3 copies)

Puritan Village: The formation of a New England Town


Research guide to Winnebago Co. Wisconsin by the Winnebago Genealogical Society


Scrap book made by Josie Pawlak

St. John the Baptist Catholic Parish (3 copies)

Steeno family

Story of Pittsield and Suamico by Lizzie Rice Johnstone (2 copies)

Suamico, the Fishing Village by Dan Williquette


Tidbits by Jerry Henry

Tomah by Jeanne and Les Rentmeester

Town of Humboldt Sesquicentennial book


Uncovering your ancestry through family photographs


Vital records of Natick, Massachusetts, to the year 1850


Wedding Photo Album (1 Volume)

Wisconsin Creoles by Les and Jeanne Rentmeester

Wisconsin fur-trade people by Les and Jeanne Rentmeester (2 copies)

Wisconsin Council for Local History 2003-2004 Roster [of] Historical Societies and Museums

     affiliated with the Wisconsin Historical Society

Wisconsin Historical Society and Wisconsin Council [for] Local History. 2006-2008 Roster of

     affiliated Historical Societies and Museums.

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