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Allouez, Wisconsin Historical Markers

 
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Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — 22 — Curly Lambeau's Gravesite Packers Heritage Trail
Curly Lambeau is buried in the southeast corner of Allouez Catholic Cemetery, which is located almost directly east of here. He is buried in a family plot along with his father Marcel, mother Mary, and brother Oliver and his wife, the former Dorothy . . . — Map (db m131521) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — First Episcopal Mission in Wisconsin
Near this site stood the first Episcopal Mission in Wisconsin Founded in 1827 by the Reverend Richard Fish-Cadle Later first director of Nashotah House — Map (db m68040) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — First Redemptorist Church in America
The church of St. John the Evangelist, the first church of the Redemptorists in this hemisphere, stood 215 feet east of this marker. It was begun by Rev. S. Mazzuchelli, O. P. and completed by Redemptorist missionaries sent from Europe by Rev. . . . — Map (db m66522) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — 239 — Heritage Hill State Park
This park, built to portray and preserve Wisconsin's beginnings, is located on a site that is itself a part of history. On this 40-acre site stood Camp Smith--a temporary location of Fort Howard--part of the pioneer settlement known as Shantytown, . . . — Map (db m10544) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — Menomineeville, Seat of Justice In 1823, James Doty... Fox River Trail —
was appointed by President Monroe as a district judge for the northern and western Michigan Territory, which included what is now the state of Wisconsin. Doty set up the region's new court in an empty log building. Three years later, . . . — Map (db m43822) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — Minahan's Tomb Overlooking Riverside Drive... Fox River Trail —
and the Fox River Trail is the tomb of Dr. William Edward Minahan, who died in the sinking of the Titanic. William had four brothers who were also doctors, and his oldest brother, Robert, was also a lawyer who served as mayor of Green Bay from . . . — Map (db m43818) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — Shantytown In 1820, as a defensive move, Fox River Trail —
Fort Howard commander Colonel Joseph Smith moved the garrison to near this location, about a half-mile back from the shore. The high ridge on which the camp, dubbed “Camp Smith,” was located provided good visibility and protection . . . — Map (db m43820) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — Site of Camp Smith 1820
Site of Camp Smith 1820 — Map (db m120576) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — The Catholic Bark Chapel
Built by the Indians for Father Claude Allouez in 1671, this is a replica of Wisconsin's first Catholic Church. The original was part of Mission St. Francis Xavior, about one mile south of this site. — Map (db m68048) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — The Port & the Environment Waterborne transportation... Fox River Trail —
is the most cost-effective mode of transportation when compared to truck or rail. Ships quietly move cargo farther (per ton mile) and more efficiently than trucks or trains. Most importantly, ships move cargo more safely than trucks and trains. . . . — Map (db m43814) HM
Wisconsin (Brown County), Allouez — Vince Lombardi's Home
Vince Lombardi's home during his nine years as coach of the Green Bay Packers is located directly east of here on Sunset Circle. Other family members included wife Marie, son Vince Jr. and daughter Susan.

Lombardi coached the Packers from 1959 . . . — Map (db m131520) HM


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