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Date: 1875 ca.
Description: A view of the office of the Wisconsin State Resister.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Portage, with insets of the Court House and the Public School.
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Steamboats docked in the Portage Canal, which was hand dug beginning in 1849 and completed in 1851. There are industrial buildings on either side of the ca...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Front gate view of the Old Fort Winnebago military cemetery.
Date: 1831 ca.
Description: Fort Winnebago, a print published in Mrs. John H. Kinzie's Wau-bun (1856).
Description: Studio portrait of a fisherman with his lure, spear, and catch.
Date: 1834 ca.
Description: An early view of Fort Winnebago.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Carte-de-visite studio portrait of a small child sitting in a chair.
Description: Studio portrait of Yellow thunder, a Winnebago Chief.
Description: Ruins of the commissary warehouse at Fort Winnebago, about 1898. Fort Winnebago was closed in 1845 and the land and buildings sold. Today, only the Surge...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: The Turner-Rusch house. Frederick Jackson Turner's family lived here until 1882 when it was purchased by the Rusch Family. Julia Rusch was later (1950) pri...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: The commissary warehouse at Fort Winnebago.
Description: View of Portage including St. Mary's Church.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Fairgrounds. In the foreground is a fence and dwellings.
Description: Postcard reproduction of an oil painting of Fort Winnebago, which was built in 1827 by Major William Whistler and a detachment of the First Infantry.
Description: Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul engine #689 on the turn table, surrounded by railroad employees. The pump house is in the background.
Description: View across road of the Clough house, residence of Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby. A man is standing and holding the hands of two young girls in front of the fenc...
Description: Exterior view of the Haertel Brewery which later became the Eulberg Brewery.
Description: The Indian Agency House when the land was farmed by E.S. Baker of Portage, Wisconsin.
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