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Description: Intended for tourists, this brochure, titled: "Winneshiek World’s Famous Wild Life Refuge Historic Fort Crawford and Picturesque Prairie du Chien", feature...
Description: Fort Crawford, a view of the ruins of the hospital building.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Fort Crawford. Hospital ruins.
Description: Forth Crawford (1816-1831).
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Intended for tourists, this brochure features two maps with tourists sites along the Mississippi River. One map shows roads and populated places along the...
Date: date unknown
Description: Fort Crawford Hospital.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Former residence of the commanding officer. General Zachary Taylor was its first resident. It was subsequently rebuilt under the command of General Brooke....
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Ruins of old Fort Crawford.
Date: 1864 ca.
Description: Lawler Hall at Campion College. This image was made during the Civil War when the building was used as a U.S. Military hospital. Prior to the war, it was B...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Ruins at Fort Crawford.
Description: A topographical view of the site of Fort Crawford.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Union troops at Lawler Hall which was used as a U.S. military hospital during the Civil War. Originally built as the Brisbois Hotel in 1857, it was given f...
Date: 1865 ca.
Description: A view of the Brisbois Hotel, built in the early 1860's, and used as a hospital during the Civil War. It was later part of Campion High School.
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, streets, the Mississippi River, Fort Crawford, depot ground, and a graveyard. An old fort location is outlined in re...
Description: A view of Fort Crawford after restoration.
Description: Fort Shelby built in 1814 and named for the Governor of Kentucky, was surrendered to British forces later in 1814 and renamed Fort McKay. Pictured here is...
Description: Ruins of Fort Crawford.
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