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Description: Union troops at Lawler Hall which was used as a U.S. military hospital during the Civil War. Originally built as the Brisbois Hotel in 1857, it was given f...
Description: Elevated view from Reservoir Bluff to the east of the town. The bluffs of Iowa can be seen in the distance.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Brisbois grave, a view of the tomb of Michael Brisbois.
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: A view of the offices of the American Fur Company.
Description: This plat map shows lots, the Kickapoo River, and the Wisconsin River.
Description: A topographical view of the site of Fort Crawford.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A view of the Diamond Jo warehouse.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Main Street looking east.
Date: 1828 ca.
Description: This plat map is pen-and-ink and shows landowners, the Mississippi River, the Marais de St. Friole, Fort Crawford, the town commons, and the Village of St....
Description: D. Scanlon house on N. Beaumont Street.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: View from a distance of Campion College.
Date: 1840 ca.
Description: A view of Fort Crawford (the second site and buildings of 1829-?).
Description: Rev. Alfred Brunson's home, which was brought in pieces by flat boat from Meadville, Pennsylvania, via St. Louis in 1836. The construction and arrangement...
Description: This map shows streets and lots. The right side of the map includes notes on widths of streets and certifications. The top right reads: "Parish's Additio...
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: 1880 ca.
Description: Stereograph looking northeast from Case's Block.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Dr. Jesse Rowley driving the buggy. Dr. Rowley was a co-founder of the Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.
Description: Brisbois grave, tomb of Michael Brisbois.
Description: The offices of the American Fur Company.
Description: The Diamond Jo warehouse.
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