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Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs <Supporting Our Heroes> Event - April 26th to 27th Green Bay, WI

Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs <Supporting Our Heroes> Event - April 26th to 27th Green Bay, WI

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Getting the Most Out of
State and Federal Veterans Programs
Friday, April 26: 1-4 PM
This session will bring together state and federal officials in the areas of education,
homeless programs, employment, small business development, licensing and certification, and tribal programs with veterans from throughout Wisconsin.

Marching to War: Wisconsin Military History
from the Tribal Perspective
Saturday, April 27

On April 27, tribal scholars and visiting experts will discuss the role of Wisconsin’s tribes in shaping our state and national histories. Speakers include: John W. Hall, author of Uncommon Defense: Indian Allies in the Black Hawk War, Loretta Metoxen, Oneida Tribal Historian, Kerry A. Trask, author of Black Hawk: The Battle for the Heart of America, Russell Horton, Wisconsin Veterans Museum, and Jo Ann Schedler, Mohican NationStockbridge-Munsee.

Getting the Most Out of
State and Federal Veterans Programs
Friday, April 26: 1-4 PM
Marching to War: Wisconsin Military History
from the Tribal Perspective
Saturday, April 27
To learn more about veterans’ events, visit www.WisVets.com/Events or call 1-800-WIS-VETS (947-8387).
Getting the Most Out of
State and Federal Veterans Programs
Friday, April 26: 1-4 PM
This session will bring together state and federal officials in the areas of education,
homeless programs, employment, small business development, licensing and certification, and tribal programs with veterans from throughout Wisconsin.

Marching to War: Wisconsin Military History
from the Tribal Perspective
Saturday, April 27

On April 27, tribal scholars and visiting experts will discuss the role of Wisconsin’s tribes in shaping our state and national histories. Speakers include: John W. Hall, author of Uncommon Defense: Indian Allies in the Black Hawk War, Loretta Metoxen, Oneida Tribal Historian, Kerry A. Trask, author of Black Hawk: The Battle for the Heart of America, Russell Horton, Wisconsin Veterans Museum, and Jo Ann Schedler, Mohican NationStockbridge-Munsee.

Getting the Most Out of
State and Federal Veterans Programs
Friday, April 26: 1-4 PM
Marching to War: Wisconsin Military History
from the Tribal Perspective
Saturday, April 27
To learn more about veterans’ events, visit www.WisVets.com/Events or call 1-800-WIS-VETS (947-8387).

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