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Term: Cream - Brick Cottages (Historic Marker Erected 1998)

Definition:

Zoological Gardens, 2131 N. Main St., Racine, Racine County 

Racine's rapid and diversified industrial growth after the Civil War attracted a large working population to the city. Desiring their own homes, many workers built modest cottages of similar design in wood or brick. A high concentration of the brick cottages can be found in the Northside Historic District of Cream Brick Workers' Cottages. Bounded by Goold, English, Chatham, and Erie streets, these cottages, built between 1881 and 1913, often exhibit Italianate, Queen Anne, or Colonial Revival stylistic embellishments.

[Source: McBride, Sarah Davis. History Just Ahead (Madison:WHS, 1999).]

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Albion [origin of place name]
American Craftsman (architecture)
American Revolution (in Wisconsin)
americanization
Arabs in Wisconsin
Armsby, Henry Prentiss 1853 - 1921
assimilation
Bayfield County [origin of place name]
Beauharnois de la Boische, Charles de, Marquis de
Beaver Dam [brief history]
Bennett Law
Berger, Victor Louis [Luitpold] 1860 - 1929
Bintliff, Col. James (1824-1901)
Blatz, Valentin 1826 - 1894
Bleyer, Willard Grosvenor 1873 - 1935
Boscobel [origin of place name]
Brinton, Beulah (nee Tobey) 1836 - 1928
Brothertown Indians
Brownell, Joseph Daniel 1880 - 1949
Buck, Philo Melvin Jr. 1877 - 1950
buff
Bunyan, Paul
bustard
Carver Grant
cheesemaking in Wisconsin
Chilton [origin of place name]
colonialism
Commons, John Rogers 1862 - 1945
Cornish in Wisconsin
Court Oreilles (Historic Marker Erected 1955)
Cream - Brick Cottages (Historic Marker Erected 19
Dafoe, Willem 1955 -
Daland, William Clifton 1860 - 1921
Danish Dairy Cooperative (Historic Marker Erected
Dodgeville [brief history]
Dodgeville, Iowa Co.
Doudna, Edgar George 1877 - 1948
Drummond's Island
Duggar, Benjamin Minge 1872 - 1956
Durward, Bernard Isaac 1817 - 1902
Eau Claire [brief history]
Eau Claire, Eau Claire Co.
Engelmann, Peter 1823 - 1874
English immigrants in Wisconsin
English Prairie [origin of place name]
Ernst, August Frederic 1841 - 1924
Evangelicals in Wisconsin
Exeter [origin of place name]
Falk, Franz Lorenz 1824 - 1882
Fields, Daniel B. 1952
Flemish Bastard
Fort Miami
Fox Point [origin of place name]
Fox Wars (ca. 1710-1740)
Frankfurth, William 1829 - 1891
Fratney, Frederick 1815 - 1855
Frey, Frank Jacob 1859 - 1937
Frick, William Keller 1850 - 1918
German-English Academy
Geuder, William 1852 - 1903
Gothic revival (architecture)
Grant County [origin of place name]
Green Lake [origin of place name]
Grindstone Lake [origin of place name]
Groseilliers, Medard Chouart, Sieur Des 1618 - 168
Haas, Francis Joseph 1889 - 1953
Hampden [origin of place name]
Hanley, Miles Lawrence 1893 - 1954
Hardwood Island [origin of place name]
Heiss, Michael 1818 - 1890
Hemlock Island [origin of place name]
Horlick, William 1846 - 1936
horsepower (maritime)
Hudson Bay Company
immigration (19th-Century)
Iowa County [origin of place name]
Irish in Wisconsin
Jews in Wisconsin
Jonas, Charles 1840 - 1896
Juneau, Solomon 1793 - 1856
Kasten Jr., Robert W. 1942
kinnickinnic
Kruszka, Michael 1860 - 1918
Kundig, Martin 1805 - 1879
Lake Nemahbin [origin of place name]
Langlade, Charles Michel 1729 - 1801
Leonard, William Ellery 1876 - 1944
lieue (Fr.)
Low Cloud, Charles Round 1872 - 1949
Luning, Frederick August 1811 - 1861
Lutherans in Wisconsin
Madeline Island (Historic Marker Erected 1956)
Mayfield [origin of place name]
Merrill Park (Historic Marker Erected 1997)
Merton [origin of place name]
Middleton [brief history]
mille (Fr.)
Milwaukee [brief history]
Mosse, George Lachmann 1918 - 1999
Muscoda [origin of place name]
Muscoda, Grant Co.
Muscoda, Village of, Grant Co.
Muskego [brief history]
Nelson [origin of place name]
Nieman, Lucius William 1857 - 1935
oats, wild
Ocooch [origin of place name]
Osconston
Paquette, Pierre 1799? - 1836
perche (Fr.)
Peshtigo [brief history]
Pewaukee [origin of place name]
Pleasant Ridge, Grant Co.
Pontiac, Ottawa Chief, 1720?-1769
pottery and earthenware industry in Wisconsin
Prairie Du Chien (Historic Marker erected 1962)
Prown, Katherine Hemple 1963 -
Radisson, Pierre Esprit 1636 - 1710
Richards, Jon 1963
Rincker, Leroy Carl 1896 - 1953
Schorer, Mark 1908 - 1977
Shannon, Susan Jane 1952
Shawano County [origin of place name]
Shawano [brief history]
Shibilski, Kevin 1961
Silver Lake [origin of place name]
Site of Fort St. Antoine 1686 (Historic Marker Ere
Slaughter, Moses Stephen 1860 - 1923
slavery in Wisconsin
Society of Jesus (Societas Jesu, "S.J.")
St. John's Military Academy (Historic Marker Erect
St. Marie [origin of place name]
Swingle, Frank Bell 1874 - 1956
Taylor, Lena C. 1966
Tesmer, Louise M.
Thayer, Jesse B. 1845 - 1910
timeline of Wisconsin history, 1750-1783
timeline of Wisconsin history, 1836-1899
Tracy, Clarissa Tucker 1818 - 1905
Uihlein, August 1842 - 1911
Underheim, Gregg 1950
UPPER FOX RIVER Erected 1957
Utopians in Wisconsin
Vukmir, Leah 1958
Wau [origin of place name]
Waukesha [brief history]
Waupun [brief history]
Welsh in Wisconsin
Zeidler, Frank 1912 - 2006

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