Thank you for using the UWM Libraries' Milwaukee Neighborhood Guide. This guide was originally created to benefit UWM Urban Studies Program research but has been expanded to meet the needs of several courses.
The information in this guide is not meant to be authoritative and comprehensive but rather a reference and starting point for those researching Milwaukee neighborhoods.
If you find information that you believe to be incorrect, would like to see a specific additional neighborhood listed (including historic place names), or have additional information to share, please let us know!
To learn about each Milwaukee area click on the tabs on the top of the guide
to navigate through the various pages or navigate them below:
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Brady Street Festival 1977-06
Last, F. M. (Date Published or n.d. for No Date). Web page title. Retrieved from Homepage URL
Urban Anthropology Inc. (n.d.) Milwaukee Neighborhoods: Historic Mitchell Street. Retrieved from http://www.neighborhoodsinmilwaukee.org/Historic%20Mitchell.pdf
Chris Langer,former Research & Instructional Support (RIS) Intern, developed this library guide in 2009, under the project guidance of Linda Kopecky.
Jia He, RIS Diversity Services Intern, contributed updates in 2013.
Steven Frets, SOIS Graduate Fieldwork student, contributed updates in 2014.
Linda Kopecky, Head of Research Services, curated this guide until her retirement in 2020.
Elizaveta Lepikhova, AGSL GIS Intern edited the guide in Summer of 2023.