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Historic Sites in Oak Creek, WI

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From 1919 to 1922, this property housed the Lawson Airplane Company, founded by pioneer aviator Alfred W. Lawson. The...


Fog Horn House

Racine, WI

1880: Two wooden buildings 1900: Replaced with brick structure Signal Equipment: Browne 1st Class Auto Compressed Air...



Racine, WI

The deck capstan (or windlass) was used on 19th Century schooners to raise the anchor or sails, and to load & unload ...


Fuel House

Racine, WI

Flammable liquids were stored here, away from the Keeper's House which has wood burning stoves. Lamp oil was carried ...


East of the oil house are the remains of a T-shaped pier which jutted into the lake. The "Hyacinth", a Coast Guard te...


Surf Boat Rail

Racine, WI

This rail was used to carry the surf boat from in front of the oil house to the end of the pier where the surf boat w...


Tuscania • Buna • Haute Alsace • Saidor • Aisne-Marne • Aitape • Oise-Aisne • Driniumor • Morotia • Meuse-Argonne • L...


Erected in 1873 and designated in 1969 as a landmark of the City of Milwaukee by the Milwaukee Landmarks Commission i...


Designed by E.T. Mix, erected in 1882-90, and named a Milwaukee Landmark in 1972 in recognition of its architectural ...


Milwaukee Wholesale

Milwaukee, WI

This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places Designed by William Kozik Tour Site 57 1925


Janesville Plank Road

Hales Corners, WI

Side A: The Janesville Plank Road was one of 16 privately-owned toll roads authorized by Wisconsin’s Territorial legi...


Schooner Lumberman

Oak Creek, WI

Type: Wooden schooner, three-masted Built: 1862, Hilyne C. Litchfield, Blendon’s Landing, Mich.; Rebuilt 1889 Sank: A...


Bodamer Log Cabin

Milwaukee, WI

Built in 1832, this was one of Greenfield’s first log cabins. It was dismantled, brought to this site and restored by...


(bronze plaque) Originally a horse watering trough Erected in 1910 Restored as a fountain in 1966 by the Mayor’s Beau...


Type: Wooden schooner, two-masted Built: 1867, Martell, Tonawanda, N.Y.; Rebuilt 1875-1876 Sank: May 14, 1895 Length:...


In 1850, Czech immigrants from Bohemia and Moravia, now regions in the Czech Republic, established a rural settlement...


On October 29, 1926, Milwaukee County purchased the flying field which Thomas Hamilton had established in 1920 on Eas...


Solomon Juneau

Milwaukee, WI

Solomon Juneau, First White Settler of Milwaukee, MDCCCXVIII Solomon Juneau, First Mayor of Milwaukee, MDCCCXXXXVI Th...


Following the end of World War II, Milwaukee’s rapid urban development forced the seven rural towns of Milwaukee Coun...

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