“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Eagle, Wisconsin

Clickable Map of Waukesha County, Wisconsin and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Waukesha County, WI (123) Dodge County, WI (25) Jefferson County, WI (48) Milwaukee County, WI (526) Ozaukee County, WI (121) Racine County, WI (37) Walworth County, WI (21) Washington County, WI (50)  WaukeshaCounty(123) Waukesha County (123)  DodgeCounty(25) Dodge County (25)  JeffersonCounty(48) Jefferson County (48)  MilwaukeeCounty(526) Milwaukee County (526)  OzaukeeCounty(121) Ozaukee County (121)  RacineCounty(37) Racine County (37)  WalworthCounty(21) Walworth County (21)  WashingtonCounty(50) Washington County (50)
Waukesha is the county seat for Waukesha County
Eagle is in Waukesha County
      Waukesha County (123)  
      Dodge County (25)  
      Jefferson County (48)  
      Milwaukee County (526)  
      Ozaukee County (121)  
      Racine County (37)  
      Walworth County (21)  
      Washington County (50)  
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1Wisconsin, Waukesha County, Eagle — 07-02 — Palestine School
Although education in one room schoolhouses was a part of pioneer living, it continued in rural areas even to modern times. Palestine School, the last one room school district (grades 1-8) in Wisconsin, operated until June 1970. The schools . . . Map (db m53013) HM
2Wisconsin, Waukesha County, Eagle — 70 — The Cobblestone
Built in 1848 by Ahira Rockwell Hinkley first settler in Eagle Township, who came here in 1836. This house is one of the best examples of cobblestone work in Wisconsin. To insure uniformity in size, the stones were dropped through a hole in a board. . . . Map (db m46667) HM
3Wisconsin, Waukesha County, Eagle — 07-01 — Village of Eagle
A huge bald eagle “hovering and curving over a large mound” east of here, inspired prospectors to name the area Eagle in 1836. Village of Eagle was platted at the coming of the Milwaukee and Mississippi Railroad (1851) by Kline, Pitman, . . . Map (db m167494) HM
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Feb. 7, 2023