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Other markers in the database about the Military Road from Fort Howard at Green Bay, to Fort Crawford at Prairie du Chien, that was built in 1835.
 
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By Gordon Govier, January 20, 2005
Military Road Highway View
SHOWN IN SOURCE-SPECIFIED ORDER
1Wisconsin (Iowa County), Dodgeville — 38 — Old Military Road
You are traveling the route of the Old Military Road, built in 1835-36, to connect Fort Crawford at Prairie du Chien and Fort Howard at Green Bay, via Fort Winnebago at "The Portage" between the Fox-Wisconsin rivers. The section from Prairie du . . . — Map (db m36908) HM
2Wisconsin (Fond du Lac County), Brandon — 370 — The Raube Road Site
The Raube Road Site is one of Wisconsin's few remaining intact Old Military Road segments from the state's territorial period. Located on farmland purchased by Albert and Martha Raube in 1911, this 123-foot-long Military Road segment was part of the . . . — Map (db m36007) HM
3Wisconsin (Fond du Lac County), Fond du Lac — Pioneer Military Road1835
Fort Howard, Green Bay to Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien Erected by Col. C. K. Pier Circle Ladies of G. A. R. 1931Map (db m36004) HM
4Wisconsin (Grant County), Patch Grove — The Old Military Road
The Old Military Road From Fort Howard on Green Bay to Fort Crawford at Prairie du Chien, 1835. — Map (db m36005) HM
 
 
  
 
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