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History and Heritage in Bruce, WI

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Old Smoky

Ladysmith, WI

Steam locomotive 1011 was donated to the City of Ladysmith by the Soo Line Railroad in 1961. The 2-8-2 "Mikado" locom...


During the middle 1870's, when the great logging era of Northern Wisconsin was in its infancy, the Mississippi River ...


Sweet 'Soo'

Ladysmith, WI

Locomotive 500-A, nicknamed Sweet 'Soo', was the first passenger diesel on the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. M...



Bruce, WI

Originally called Verona Junction, this settlement was established at the intersection of the Chippewa River and Meno...


Rusk County "Greater love hath no man than this." 1917 - 1918


The Holcombe Indian was known to river men along the Chippewa since 1876. Called the King of the Chippewa River, he s...


On July 7, 1905, sixteen loggers of the Chippewa Lumber and Boom Company attempted to break a log jam on the Chippewa...


All summer June - August Most holidays and special city events Blue Gill fest and Firefighters street dance. Th...


The Cornell Pulpwood Stacker is believed to be the last of its kind in the world and is listed in the State and Natio...


The Cobban Bridge, constructed in 1908 by the Modern Steel Structural Company of Waukesha, is a two-span Pennsylvania...


Pioneer Village: Nestled among a 35 acre pine grove, with 37 buildings several original log cabins locally buil...


Ezra Cornell

Cornell, WI

Ezra Cornell was the man who founded the City of Cornell, Wisconsin, but actually never lived here. Cornell was born ...


The congregation for this church traces its roots back to 1870 when people first held services in their homes in what...


This tablet was erected in 1931 by The Women's Club of Cornell, Wisconsin and serves a twofold purpose. On the hillsi...


Cartwright Mill

New Auburn, WI

The present Village of New Auburn approximates the site of Cartwright Mill, founded in 1875 by David J. and Paul W. C...


Pine Was King

Chetek, WI

Vast forests of virgin white pine were the treasure which brought the first wave of white settlers to Northern Wiscon...


Court Oreilles

Couderay, WI

The area around Lac Court Oreilles has long been a favorite habitat of Indians because of the abundant game, fish, be...


Jean Brunet

Cornell, WI

Jean Brunet is one of the most noteworthy pioneers of the Chippewa Valley. Born in France in 1791, Brunet immigrated ...

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