“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 Gills Rock, 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;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> 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 (17) 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(17) Leelanau County (17)  MenomineeCounty(10) Menominee County (10)
Sturgeon Bay is the county seat for Door County
Gills Rock is in Door County
      Door County (119)  
      Brown County (101)  
      Kewaunee County (36)  
      Marinette County (16)  
      Oconto County (11)  
      Benzie County, Michigan (12)  
      Delta County, Michigan (35)  
      Leelanau County, Michigan (17)  
      Menominee County, Michigan (10)  
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1Wisconsin (Door County), Gills Rock — Pilot Island SiteHistoric Shipwrecks — Wisconsin's Maritime Trails —
J.E. Gilmore · Type: wooden schooner · Built: 1867, Asa Wilcox, · Three Mile Bay, N.Y. · Length: 137.7' · Beam: 25.4' · Propulsion: sail, 2 masted. Forest · Type: wooden scow-schooner · Built: 1857, . . . Map (db m38339) HM
2Wisconsin (Door County), Gills Rock — Rudder from the "City of Glasgow"Sunk in Lily Bay — Oct. 6, 1917 —
Rudder from the “City of Glasgow” Sunk in Lily Bay, Oct. 6, 1917 Raised by Century Divers, Aug. 29, 1971 and donated to the Door County Maritime Museum.Map (db m130499) HM
3Wisconsin (Door County), Gills Rock — The Skipper
Howard and Emery Weborg had been fishermen all their lives. Howard began fishing with his father Alfred in 1917. Soon Emery joined them fishing on their father's boat, the Golden Girl. At age 64, Alfred suffered an angina attack and . . . Map (db m130497) HM
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Oct. 5, 2022