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Description: Bird's-eye map of Sauk City.
Description: View of Black Hawk Bluff, site of the Battle of Wisconsin Heights in the Black Hawk War.
Date: 1868 ca.
Description: View of Water Street looking north from the business district.
Description: View of Water Street, showing a millinery shop.
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: View of the Sauk City bridge as seen from the Roxbury side.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: View of the Wisconsin River shoreline showing lumber rafts "tied up over Sunday."
Description: View of the west side of Water Street, looking south.
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Looking west across the Black Hawk War battlefield at Wisconsin Heights.
Description: Sauk City is the oldest incorporated village in Wisconsin (incorporated in 1854) and also has the oldest organized volunteer fire department in the state,...
Description: View of Water Street south of the Highway 12 intersection, looking north.
Description: View looking northeast across the Black Hawk War battlefield at Wisconsin Heights.
Description: Exterior view of a mill with several figures and horse-drawn vehicles located around it.
Description: View of Water Street featuring a group of patrons standing in the entrance of A. Becker's Saloon.
Description: View of the west side of Water Street.
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