Eau Claire and Barron County Local History & Genealogy
the L. E. Phillips Library in Eau Claire has some searchable databases with local history and genealogy content.
Great Lakes Maritime History
...includes 1,012 images of Great Lakes ships, lighthouses, and other maritime related items. The site is a collaborative project between the following participating institutions: Division for Libraries, Technology and Community Learning (DLTCL), University of Wisconsin campuses at Madison, La Crosse and Superior, Milwaukee Public Library, Wisconsin State Historical Society, and the Door County Maritime Museum. The project was supported with Library Services and Technology Act funding.
La Crosse Area Genealogy Society
...offers a link for membership info and other events and projects organized by the Society. Other La Crosse indexes, such as the index to the 1881 History of La Crosse County are available here.
La Crosse Area Vital Records & Cemetery Database
...offers searchable citations from newspaper obituaries (1904-1959; 1983-present), births (1987 - present), divorces (1992 - present), and marriages (1987 - present). Cemetery stone information compiled by members of the La Crosse Area Genealogical Society for La Crosse County as well as historical information about each cemetery is also available here. This site is maintained by the La Crosse Public Library.
La Crosse County Cemeteries
...offers lists of those interred in cemeteries in the northern parts of La Crosse County. Site maintained by Bob Selbrede.
Minnesota Historical Society
...offers an online index of death certificates from 1908-2001 and searchers can order copies for a fee. Records after 2001 are available from the Minnesota Health Department. An online birth index for 1900-1925 is also available.
Winona Newspaper Project
. . .an online archive of three 19th century and early 20th century Winona newspapers by the Winona State University
Wisconsin Electronic Reader
...digitized images of La Crosse and area scenes.
Wisconsin GenWeb ...is a base site where volunteers from each Wisconsin county collaborate and display genealogical information.
Wisconsin Historical Society
...formerly called the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, provides a general overview and search capability to holdings including published, archival, and other collections. A roster of Wisconsin Civil War volunteers has been digitized and is available from this site, as well as a way to obtain copies of the Pre-1907 Wisconsin birth, marriage and death records. A searchable collection of digitized articles from Wisconsin newspapers is also available here.
Wisconsin Library Assoc./WIGLHR
...includes a list of local history and genealogy sites of statewide interest, maintained by the genealogical and local history roundtable of the Wisconsin Library Association.
Wisconsin Pioneer Experience
...a digital collection of diaries, letters, reminiscences, speeches and other writings of people who settled and built Wisconsin during the 19th century. The project has been made available through the partnership of the Council of University of Wisconsin Libraries (CUWL) and the Wisconsin Historical Society (WHS).
Wisconsin State Genealogical Society
...was founded in 1939 and is “the oldest and largest statewide genealogical organization in Wisconsin.” The organization aims to collect, publish and preserve genealogical information and keep such records open and available to the public. Available online is the Wisconsin Delayed and Affidavit Birth Registrations Prior to October 1907.