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Description: Exterior view of Ole Heg's house with a woman standing in front.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Heg Farm. The home was built by the Hegs after their immigration from Lier, Norway in 1840 and before the Civil War. The barn (back seen in image ID 41495)...
Description: A girl enjoys a book at the library.
Description: Ole Heg Store, once also the home of Elias Strangeland (sp?). The original building was of log construction which was later boarded over.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of women and one child alongside the graves of Colonel Hans Heg, commander of the 15th Wisconsin Infantry, and his daughter Annetta....
Description: Front of Skofstad cabin, possibly the oldest building in the settlement. An early pastor of a Norwegian Luthern Church, Reverend Stub, lived here at one ti...
Description: Exterior view of front of James DeNoon Reymert's printing office, built in 1847. This office printed the first Norwegian newspaper, the "Nordyset", in the...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: The house and printing office of James D. Reymerts at Denoon Lake.
Date: 1967-08-28 ca.
Description: Gary Ksicinski is surrounded by stuffed animals and other souvenirs as he waits for customers at his concession booth at the annual Muskego VFW fair.
Description: In the early 1920s, Prussian immigrant John Bosch constructed a simple, rectangular brick service garage with a canted corner at a prime location: the inte...
Date: 1949 ca.
Description: Norwegian church. Interior view of old log church, the first church built by Norwegians in America in 1843.
Description: Exterior view of the Bache farm. In the foreground is a small building with an open door. In the background is a large barn with stone foundation and a lar...
Description: Norwegian Luthern Church, first church built by Norwegian settlers in America, in 1843. The first pastor was Rev. C.L. Clausean. The original log building...
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: First Norwegian church in Wisconsin.
Description: Ten graves of the Hedjord family in the Muskego churchyard. There is an obelisk is the center of graves.
Description: The house and printing office of James D. Reymerts.
Description: Exterior side view of Skofstad cabin, possibly the oldest building in the settlement. An early pastor of a Norwegian Luthern Church, Reverend Stub, lived h...
Description: Ole Heg store, once also the home of Elias Stangeland (sp?). The original building was of log construction which was later boarded over. Woman standing in...
Description: Exterior view of side of the James DeNoon Reymert's printing office, built in 1847. This office printed the first Norwegian newspaper, the "Nordyset", in t...
Description: Parsonage, the second one in the community.
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