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Deceased WW I Members ofHarold B. LarkinPost 187
The American Legion"They Served with Honor"
Roll of Honor(W.W. I War Dead)
Lawrence S. ChristiansonOtto Christopherson
Harold B. Larkin
Keith L. Morris
Ray T. O'Connell
Praise be to God
Vietnam Dennis Beard
Deceased Korean War Members of Harold B. Larkin Post 187 The American Legion
"We honor those veterans who gave of themselves to serve our country"
Orrin K. Anderson…
On the morning of June 9, 2008, after several days of drenching rains, flood waters overtopped the banks of Lake Delton and washed away a narrow strip of land separating the lake from the Wisconsin River. Raging waters sent the 267-acre Lake Delto…
This American Flag was dedicatedNovember 22, 2002to honorStanton Peter Helland,who is symbolic of unwaveringleadership, determined dedicationand peerless contributions topreserving the uniquebeauty and scenic splendorof the Wisconsin Riverat the D…
Modeled after Frontierland at Disneyland, Fort Dells was built here in 1959 bringing the Disney Experience to Dells Visitors for 26 years.
Featuring-Stagecoach, Railroad, Paddlewheel Steamboat, Swinging Bridge, Blockhouse Exhibits, Escape Tunne…
East of this site was located West Portal, the largest of 4 'camps' or company towns, built in 1934 by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power for employees and their families who worked on the Mono Basin Project. At the height of constructi…
This marks the site of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Moe Settlement 1863 — 1892
The first bridge on this site, a wooden structure, was completed in 1857. Byron Kilbourn, land speculator and politician promoted the site. Through his influence the LaCrosse and Milwaukee Railroad crossed the river here instead of at Newport, 2 m…
Born May 9, 1844 in Martinsburg, VA.Died June 11, 1900 at Kilbourn, WI.
On May 23, 1862 at the Battle of Front Royal, VA., Belle Boyd, then 18, ran across the battlefield between the firing lines with information for Gen. Stonewall Jackson on t…
Here on the Wisconsin River the village of Newport was begun in 1853, planned for a population of 10,000. Assuming that the Milwaukee & LaCrosse Railroad would cross the river here, over 2000 settlers quickly came to Newport, causing a lively land…