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Date: 1940 ca.
Description: A view of the entrance to the Brisbois house.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: This building was supposedly once used as a storage house for the Northwest Fur Co.
Date: date unknown
Description: A bow view of the "Sidney". Later named "Washington".
Description: This map is a development plat that shows street names, numbered blocks and lots, and small farm lot owners. Included on the right of the map is a large a...
Description: The interior of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: The northwest facade of the Michael Brisbois house, built in 1815.
Description: Decorated for the 250th celebration of the discovery of the Mississippi River. The ribbons and banners are all American flag themed. The storefront to the...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Fort Crawford Hospital.
Description: Violet and Judith Dousman seated together between a canna bed and a weeping mulberry.
Description: Galtier tomb, burial place of Father Lucien Galtier who was chaplain of the parish from 1847 to 1866.
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Brisbois House.
Date: 1814 ca.
Description: Fort Shelby, built by the Americans during the War of 1812. In 1814 the fort surrendered to British forces led by Captain Andrew W. Bulger who renamed it...
Description: Fort Crawford. Tomb in the U.S. Military cemetery.
Description: South lawn looking west from gazebo toward fountain. A path crosses the foreground, and the Dousman's dog, Folo, lounges on the lawn.
Description: Former residence of the commanding officer. General Zachary Taylor was its first resident. It was subsequently rebuilt under the command of General Brooke....
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: Graves of Joseph Rolette and his daughter, Elizabeth. Rolette died in 1842. The cemetery itself may date as early as the middle of the 17th Century.
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: The Museum of Medical Progress at the site of Fort Crawford military hospital.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: A view of the Brisbois house, the oldest stone house in the state of Wisconsin.
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