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Bell-Tierney Farmhouse (<i>north elevation</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, August 21, 2014
Bell-Tierney Farmhouse (north elevation)
SHOWN IN SOURCE-SPECIFIED ORDER
1Wisconsin (St. Croix County), New Richmond — Bell-Tierney FarmhouseNew Richmond Heritage Center Pioneer Village
Built by Marcus Sears and Katherine Johnston Bell in 1884, the house was only owned by one other family. Ed and Catherine (Kate) Hickey Tierney bought the farm in 1910. The farmhouse, barn, and granary are now on the National Register of Historic . . . Map (db m158100) HM
2Wisconsin (St. Croix County), New Richmond — New Richmond Heritage CenterWisconsin Heritage Tourism
The Italianate style farmhouse was built in 1884 by Marcus Sears Bell, an early developer in new Richmond. He gave up his post as village president when he moved outside of the village to breed prize-winning cattle at this farm. In 1910 the Tierney . . . Map (db m69570) HM
3Wisconsin (St. Croix County), New Richmond — Blacksmith Shop (Log Barn)New Richmond Heritage Center Pioneer Village
This log building was originally used as a barn. At the Heritage Center, it is being used as a combination blacksmith and carpenter shop. The log barn was donated to the Center by Agnes and Anthony Tamoshaitis in memory of Agnes' parents, Albert . . . Map (db m158097) HM
4Wisconsin (St. Croix County), New Richmond — Ubet StoreNew Richmond Heritage Center Pioneer Village
Located on County Road F east of Deronda, the town of Ubet essentially no longer exists. In 1910 the town consisted of a blacksmith shop, warehouse, creamery, shoe repair shop, post office, horse stable, ice house, general store and feed mill. . . . Map (db m158098) HM
5Wisconsin (St. Croix County), New Richmond — Camp Nine SchoolNew Richmond Heritage Center Pioneer Village
St. Croix County was once dotted with one-room country schoolhouses, all of which have been razed or converted to other uses. Camp Nine School, which was located near Glenwood City, Wisconsin, was one of the last which could still be salvaged. The . . . Map (db m158099) HM
6Wisconsin (St. Croix County), New Richmond — Northside HouseNew Richmond Heritage Center Pioneer Village
The Northside House was built in two stages, the taller section in 1890 by August Anderson and his brother-in-law John Arnquist. In 1894, August and his wife Mary built an addition. It has been named the Northside House by the New Richmond . . . Map (db m158256) HM
7Wisconsin (St. Croix County), New Richmond — Heritage ChurchNew Richmond Heritage Center Pioneer Village
A search for a small, classic, wooden church with three side windows and a bell tower, the type built by pioneers as they pushed west, took Heritage Center volunteers several years. The perfect church was finally located in South Superior, . . . Map (db m158277) HM
8Wisconsin (St. Croix County), New Richmond — Heritage CemeteryNew Richmond Heritage Center Pioneer Village
This German Evangelical Church was built in 1890. At that time every church had its cemetery. This small collection of gravestones represents our Heritage Center Church Cemetery. The stones are all from New Richmond. The tall memorial marker for . . . Map (db m158278) HM
 
Apr. 22, 2021