A showcase of German American culture in Milwaukee
Turner Hall is one of the few surviving buildings associated with the American Turners. German-Americans founded the Turners in Milwaukee in 1853. They are largely known for their efforts in social reform and their involvement with physical education, mainly gymnastics, and the arts. Turner Hall is a showcase of the German-American culture and a political center for the Milwaukee community.
Immigration and Settlement|
|Creator: ||Koch, H.C.
|Pub Data: ||Wisconsin National Register of Historic Places.
|Citation: ||Turner Hall. Wisconsin National Register of Historic Places.
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Visited on: 12/8/2013