On County Highway J, 0.1 miles south of Akron Avenue, on the left when traveling south.
Sir Henry Soloman Wellcome, key figure in the development of pharmaceutics and the promotion of medical research, was born to Yankee settlers on a hardscrabble farm in the vicinity of Almond, Wisconsin, where he spent the first eight years of his . . . — — Map (db m3158) HM
On State Highway 49 north of Cottonville Court, on the left when traveling north.
The Auroraville Fountain has been providing water to this community since just after the Civil War. The land surrounding Auroraville is abundant in natural springs called artesian wells. In 1867, John Keneister of Auroraville bored this . . . — — Map (db m20139) HM
Near 6th Avenue at Beechnut Drive, on the left when traveling south.
The Whistler Mound Group and Enclosure originally consisted of 70 conical or round burial mounds and a low, earthen double enclosure. The site has never been scientifically investigated so the exact date of construction is unknown. Archaeologists, . . . — — Map (db m18192) HM
On 29th Lane, 0.2 miles north of Cottonville Court, on the right when traveling north.
On this site once stood the hamlet of Fargoville. In 1864, brothers Thomas and Joseph Hamilton, along with another business partner, built a saw and grist mill on Willow Creek. The nascent town was called Hamilton Mills for the brothers, who also . . . — — Map (db m193853) HM
On West Main Street (State Highway 21/73) east of North Waupaca Street (State Highway 22), on the right when traveling west.
In November 1848, in a log cabin, George Atkins here began sheltering travelers over the “Pinery Road.” The next spring John Shumway bought out Atkins and built “The Wautoma Hotel.” A hundred feet east he built a sawmill and . . . — — Map (db m4014) HM