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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Calumet County, Wisconsin
Adjacent to Calumet County, Wisconsin
► Brown County (99) ► Fond du Lac County (35) ► Manitowoc County (114) ► Outagamie County (21) ► Sheboygan County (44) ► Winnebago County (48)
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|The Brothertown (Brotherton) are descendants of the Pequot and Mohegan (Algonquin-speaking) tribes in southern New England. They became a tribe in 1769 when seven Christian and English-speaking communities organized and moved to land in upstate New . . . — — Map (db m31792) HM|
|This wooded site of 4.77 acres was purchased from Rudolph Puchner in 1915 for $2,500.00 by an organization of 12 women called the New Holstein Civic Society. Their purpose was to improve and beautify the city. Through diligent work and numerous . . . — — Map (db m46940) HM|
|B. Kuehl ·
J. Tams ·
J. Muenster ·
H. Banderob ·
L. Loewenhagen ·
H. Bock ·
H. Jensen ·
A. Ramm ·
G. Larsen ·
F. Roehr ·
D. Dammann ·
F. Temke ·
R. Luethge ·
J. Staube ·
J. Schilling ·
G. Bock ·
P. Heldt ·
P. . . . — — Map (db m47107) HM|
|Built for Hermann Christian Timm and his wife, Augusta (Muenster) Timm, the house was erected in two sections. A frame, Greek Revival-influenced residence was built for the Timm family in 1873. In 1892, a large stick style house was constructed onto . . . — — Map (db m31977) HM|
|"If I cannot be the citizen of free Germany,
then I would at least be a citizen of free America"
--Carl Schurz, German Revolutionary Leader, 1848
In 1848, a small group of immigrants from the Schleswig-Holstein area of . . . — — Map (db m46184) HM|
|Here We Honor
The Price of Freedom
Dedicated to the men and women of the New Holstein area who haved served their country in the armed services.
US Flag Pole Donated In Memory Of Elmer E Abrahamson Jr. · . . . — — Map (db m46953) HM|
|In 1853, a group of German Catholics from Silesia, Prussia, emigrated to the Charlestown area. By 1866, the congregation had built a log church where they could assemble for services. They erected the current church in 1875, using limestone from a . . . — — Map (db m145723) HM|
|About one mile north of this site was located the High Cliff Zion Evangelical Church (Now United Methodist Church)
Church Organized February 28, 1872
Consolidated July 9, 1919
Many of the early members of this church, of which this cemetery was . . . — — Map (db m132641) HM|
|This was once the site of a thriving lime producing business known as the Western Lime and Cement Company. From beginning to end, production lasted approximately 100 years (1856-1956). All that remains today are the skeletons of the three kilns in . . . — — Map (db m164740) HM|
|A Distinguished Wisconsin Indian
in authentic tribal costume of 1827.
Designed by Adolphe E. Seebach
Erected by Sculpture House, New York
Erected and Presented by Banta Company Foundation
1961 — — Map (db m164772) HM|
|Around A.D. 1100, there was a large Native American village on the north side of Stockbridge Harbor. The pottery recovered from archaeological excavations at this site indicates that the villagers came from two formerly distinct cultural groups. . . . — — Map (db m31799) HM|