When Oshkosh went to war

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Polemics Press , Oshkosh, Wis. (1312 Reed Ave., Oshkosh 54901-2759)
Oshkosh (Wis.) -- History -- 19th century., Oshkosh (Wis.) -- Genealogy., Wisconsin -- History -- Civil War, 1861-

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Oshkosh (Wis.), Wisc

Statementby James I. Metz.
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LC ClassificationsF589.O8 M48 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination110 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL408595M
LC Control Number98109777
OCLC/WorldCa37920211

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Margaret Ringenberg (née Ray; JFort Wayne, Indiana – JOshkosh, Wisconsin) was an American aviator, who had logged more t hours of flying time during her : JFort Wayne, Indiana. The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (also known as UW Oshkosh) is the third-largest university in Wisconsin, United States.

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The camera points east towards the new brewery of the Oshkosh. "Buster" was a rebuild of the pre-war "Chief Oshkosh", went on to win many more Goodyear/Continental Trophy races, and was retired after the Dansville, New York air races.

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Oshkosh was with this garrison defending the fort and it was not the first real battle he had ever seen. Oshkosh went on the war path to join Tecumseh against Fort Meigs in and later under Proctor and Dickson attacked the fort Sandusky, so defended by Crogan; and every- where defeating the Menomonees returned home to the Bay.

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at the EAA. The Mustangs of World War II all featured names and artwork on the fuselage. We spent most of the day there, then made our way to the Wearhouse for my 4pm book signing.

After an hour there I scooted over to the Skyshoppe for another hour’s book signing. Clarence "Bud" Anderson, 97, signs copies of his book at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh. Anderson was a triple ace during World War II in P Mustangs.

(Photo: Meg Jones / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel). After High School, I went to UW-Oshkosh to become a Medical Technologist. I graduated in and was employed at Mercy’s Lab, Oshkosh and then at St.

Elizabeth’s lab in Appleton for many years. I married my High School sweetheart, Wayne Peterson ’66 in fall of   When Jack Harrington handed me a stack of B Liberator items from World War II, his only request was, “Maybe you can use this for something and share it with others who’d appreciate it.” The items he handed me were from Charles “Bud” Swanson, a member of his family who had been a crew member on the B  Oshkosh library card unlocks local perks.

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