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Historical Markers in Brussels, Wisconsin

 
Clickable Map of Door County, Wisconsin and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Door County, WI (119) Brown County, WI (101) Kewaunee County, WI (36) Marinette County, WI (16) Oconto County, WI (11) Benzie County, MI (12) Delta County, MI (35) Leelanau County, MI (20) Menominee County, MI (10)  DoorCounty(119) Door County (119)  BrownCounty(101) Brown County (101)  KewauneeCounty(36) Kewaunee County (36)  MarinetteCounty(16) Marinette County (16)  OcontoCounty(11) Oconto County (11)  BenzieCountyMichigan(12) Benzie County (12)  DeltaCounty(35) Delta County (35)  LeelanauCounty(20) Leelanau County (20)  MenomineeCounty(10) Menominee County (10)
Sturgeon Bay is the county seat for Door County
Brussels is in Door County
      Door County (119)  
ADJACENT TO DOOR COUNTY
      Brown County (101)  
      Kewaunee County (36)  
      Marinette County (16)  
      Oconto County (11)  
      Benzie County, Michigan (12)  
      Delta County, Michigan (35)  
      Leelanau County, Michigan (20)  
      Menominee County, Michigan (10)  
 
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1Wisconsin (Door County), Brussels — 592 — The Brussels Cemetery Grotto
The Belgian immigrants who settled in this region, beginning in the 1850s, built many churches and roadside chapels, reflecting the value of their Catholic faith. Brussels and its surrounding communities form the largest Belgian settlement in North . . . Map (db m175533) HM
2Wisconsin (Door County), Brussels — Well SiteTornado Memorial Park
During the fire of October 8, 1871, this well site was used by seven persons as a place of refuge. The last man to the well found the wood curb on fire. After tearing off the curb he entered the well and pulled a wet blanket over the opening. Five . . . Map (db m39008) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 30, 2022