“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Dodgeville, Wisconsin Historical Markers

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By William J. Toman, June 19, 2010
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Wisconsin (Iowa County), Dodgeville — 403 — Dodge's Grove and Fort Union
Arriving in Dodgeville in 1827, Henry Dodge, later renowned as a Black Hawk War military leader, territorial governor and state senator, began his Wisconsin career as a miner. In circa 1830, Dodge established living quarters and a large two-furnace . . . — Map (db m32450) HM
Wisconsin (Iowa County), Dodgeville — 250 — Iowa County Courthouse

This is the oldest courthouse in Wisconsin. Construction started June 11, 1859. It was dedicated in 1861, enlarged in 1894 and again in 1927. In 1937 the Doric columns, pediment and cupola were restored exactly as the 1859 original. In 1969 the . . . — Map (db m71717) HM

Wisconsin (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
Wisconsin (Iowa County), Dodgeville — Veterans MemorialLest We Forget

In memory of all the Iowa County Veterans who served this great nation in time of peace and war —————— M.I.A. - P.O.W.

[Dedicated] July 1989 — Map (db m90150) HM

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