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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29PX_peshtigo-fire_Peshtigo-WI.html
This bridge crosses the river that has been the heart of the community since the founding of Peshtigo. This river provides power for our commerce and daily lives. This river also protected some of our citizens who sought refuge in thes…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29O2_fishermens-park-access-bridge_Port-Washington-WI.html
This Fishermen's Park Access Bridge over the Sauk Creek is the only remaining King Post Bridge in Wisconsin. It is unique for its all-metal King Post Construction, certified as significant in 1987 by the National Park Service using criteria for th…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29NL_site-of-the-bank-of-elkhart-lake_Elkhart-Lake-WI.html
In 1949, this building was the home of the Bank of Elkhart Lake where representatives of the SCCA met with Bank President James Johnson to discuss holding sports car road races in and around the Village of Elkhart Lake. With Johnson's backing, th…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29N5_curly-lambeaus-gravesite_Allouez-WI.html
Curly Lambeau is buried in the southeast corner of Allouez Catholic Cemetery, which is located almost directly east of here. He is buried in a family plot along with his father Marcel, mother Mary, and brother Oliver and his wife, the former Dorot…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29N3_blake-building_Port-Washington-WI.html
Built in 1852 by Barnum Blake Early Businessman, Entrepreneur, Land Speculator Additions to Building circa 1900 and 1960 Restored by Port Washington Historical Society, 2013 Blake Building 205 N. Franklin Street Is a contributing buildi…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29LW_site-of-camp-smith-1820_Green-Bay-WI.html
Site of Camp Smith 1820
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29LU_the-mystery-of-the-concrete-pillars_Rice-Lake-WI.html
To quote from the Rice Lake Chronotype, September 30, 1920: "Extensive improvements are being made at the yards of the Park Falls Lbr. Co. in this city. Monday Cyrille Mercer and a crew of carpenters began working at erecting a monorail sy…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29K7_the-great-northern-pine-of-wisconsin_Cadott-WI.html
This statue is a conception of the "Cadotte" fur trader. Sculptor Jerry Holter of Clam Lake, Wisconsin, was commissioned to carve the figure from a solid section of native Northern White Pine, symbolic of the great lumbering industry of …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29K0_cadott-centennial_Cadott-WI.html
In 1865, Robert Marriner settled in this vicinity, built a dam and sawmill below the present Main Street Bridge an subsequently platted the village of Cadott. The falls of the river here had been called "Cadotte Falls" for a member of t…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29II_greens-prairie-cemetery_Blanchardville-WI.html
This cemetery marks the gravesites of the pioneer settlers of York, Adams, and Primrose Townships, who began settling here in 1838. Many were from the New York state, for which York Township is named. Polly Crowel was the first to be buried here i…
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