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Wilderness outpost in a stirring age

Wisconsin Local History & Biography Articles


Headline: Wilderness outpost in a stirring age

Main Heading: Architecture

Sub Heading: Buildings

Article Date: 1926-7-11

Newspaper: Milwaukee Journal

City: Prairie du Chien

County: Crawford

State: WI


Black Hawk, Chief 1767 - 1838

Clark, Governor William 1770 - 1838

Cram, Captain T J

Crawford, William Harris 1772-1834

Davis, Gen. Jefferson 1808 - 1889

Lawler, Mr. John 1832-1891

Marryat, Captain Frederick 1792-1848

McKay, Major William

Perkins, Lieut. Joseph

Smith, Brigadier Gen. Thomas A.

Taylor, Miss Sarah Knox

Taylor, Pres. Zachary 1784-1850


Collection: Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection

Location: Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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