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Historic Name: St. Joseph of the Lake Church and Cemetery
Reference Number: 118357
Description: A deteriorating one and a half-story log structure owned by John Corn. He was a Menomonee tribesman who operated a logger's place of entertainment and supp...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A woman stands near the bank of the Red Cedar River in Riverside Park.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: St. Joseph's Indian School on the Keshena Menominee Reservation.
Date: 1961-09-17 ca.
Description: A broken down, abandoned log shack on the Stockbridge Indian Reservation.
Description: This map shows reservation boundaries, U.S. township lines, highways, roads, rivers, and lakes. The lower left corner of the map includes a legend of "Conv...
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: Old Military Road sign.
Description: Elevated winter scene of snow-covered road through Keshena, Wisconsin. There are horse-drawn vehicles and pedestrians, and a church is in the background.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A sawmill run on the Menominee Indian Reservation.
Description: During a visit to Menominee County, Secretary of the Interior Stuart Udall and Senator Gaylord Nelson learn about a proposed resort complex.
Description: Interior of the Knapp, Stout & Co. lumber mill office with posed members of the staff. On the desk in the center of the room is a device with an earpiece h...
Description: Exterior view of the Keshena Schoolhouse.
Description: The Government Indian School in Keshena.
Description: William Cowan, the white pine blister rust control foreman on the Menominee Reservation, with his two assistants, Joseph Dodge and Leo Waukechom (right).
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