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Historic Sites in West Bend, WI

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Winter Farm

Slinger, WI

The first entry in County Records indicates 160 acres of land, located in the NE 1/4 of Section 17, Town 10 North, Ra... hmdb.org

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In West Bend’s early days, this plot was a community gathering place. For over 90 years, the Triangle and the buildin... hmdb.org

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The congregation of St. Lawrence was organized in 1846 and is one of the oldest Roman Catholic parishes in Washington... hmdb.org

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After purchasing the bridge from the Milwaukee Bridge and Iron Works for $796, it was constructed by local men in 189... hmdb.org

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This property was acquired January 4, 1864, by Mathias and Margaret Timmer. In 1882, Timmer’s Hotel was opened. Guest... hmdb.org

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Backhaus Estate

Kewaskum, WI

The Backhaus Family emigrated from Prussia to America in 1850 and purchased this 135-acre farm, parcel by parcel, fro... hmdb.org

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Court House Square

West Bend, WI

This Square, known as The Park, was given to Washington County in 1853 as a site for county buildings for the use and... hmdb.org

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Verbeck Residence

West Bend, WI

The United State Government Land Grant transfer to William W. Verbeck took place January 1, 1848. In the early 1850s ... hmdb.org

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The Cedar Lake Yacht Club was founded in 1899 and is situated on Big Cedar Lake, the largest lake in Washington Count... hmdb.org

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Great Divide

West Bend, WI

You are now on the great divide which separates the two principal drainage areas of Wisconsin. Water falling to the w... hmdb.org

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Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church • Built 1871 New Fane, Wisconsin Has Been Placed on the National Register of H... hmdb.org

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Mill Road Church

Jackson, WI

This historic site was a center of religious activity for German Lutherans who, fleeing religious persecution and eco... hmdb.org

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Yankee settlers organized the Free Will Baptist Society of Boltonville on February 22, 1872, and built this church wh... hmdb.org

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Esker

Newburg, WI

The winding ridge of sand and gravel 900 feet to the south-east is the westerly end of an esker. It was formed over 1... hmdb.org

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Lizard Mound Park

West Bend, WI

Lizard Mound Park is one of the best preserved and most diverse prehistoric effigy mound archeological sites in the s... hmdb.org

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The United States Government Land Grant transfer from Byron Kilbourn, et al to Caroline P. Brown took place March 10,... hmdb.org

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Historic New Orleans Tours' Haunted French Quarter Walk makes sure to hit all of the &quo;most haunted&quo; city's ... 10best.com

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The fieldstone and timber Schubert Cheese Factory was built in 1901 with two-foot thick walls. The majority of the st... hmdb.org

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Saxonia House

Fredonia, WI

The Saxonia House, a 72-foot by 32-foot rare example of German fachwerkbau (half-timber construction) architecture, i... hmdb.org

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