Wisconsin Hometown Stories: The History Keepers premiered Thursday, Oct. 23 on WPT.
The 30-minute program explores the large, diverse collection of historical organizations in and around Green Bay and uncovers the people who were influential in protecting the area's past.
The Wisconsin Hometown Stories series is produced by WPT through a partnership with the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Watch Wisconsin Hometown Stories: The History
Watch the entire program online.
Teachers can select from an array of online materials related to Green Bay's stories created by a Green Bay teacher committee working in cooperation with the Educational Communications Board. (Link opens new window.)
Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Green Bay follows the growth of the city at the mouth of the Fox River from its early days to the present. Explore the program and resources.
Through a partnership with the Wisconsin Historical Society, WPT is producing the Wisconsin Hometown Stories series with future plans to profile other state cities. Each program is a celebration of the evolution of a town, its residents and the stories they have to tell as a mirror of the entire state.
Wisconsin Hometown Stories: The History Keepers is a partnership of Wisconsin Public Television and the Wisconsin Historical Society and is funded in part by Irene Daniell Kress, Patricia Baer, Philip J. and Elizabeth B. Hendrickson, Wisconsin Public Service Corporation, the Robert T. and Betty Rose-Meyer Foundation, the Long Family Foundation, The Kress Family Foundation and Green Bay Packaging, The Joseph & Sarah Van Drisse Charitable Trust, John and Gisela Brogan, Vincent Zehren and The Wisconsin History Fund, supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.