in Wisconsin History
Two founders of Milwaukee design its downtown in 1837.
Manuscript map of Milwaukie [sic]
Early Milwaukee settlers and land speculators Solomon Juneau and Morgan L. Martin conceived this plan for downtown Milwaukee in 1837. Still in its infancy, Milwaukee had a small population and was controlled by three competing factions.
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|Creator:||Juneau, Solomon Laurent, 1793-1856; Martin, M. L. (Morgan Lewis), 1805-1887|
|Pub Data:||Unpublished manuscript in the Wisconsin Historical Society map collection (GX 9029 M663 1837)|
|Citation:||Juneau, Solomon and Morgan Martin. "Manuscript map of Milwaukie." Unpublished manuscript in the Wisconsin Historical Society map collection (GX 9029 M663 1837). Online facsimile at: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=131; Visited on: 9/22/2014|