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6757 County Highway P

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6757 County Highway P | National or State Registers Record | Wisconsin Historical Society
Historic Name:Pulaski Presbyterian Church Complex
Reference Number:13000313
Location (Address):6757 County Highway P
Pulaski Presbyterian Church Complex
6757 County Highway P, Town of Pulaski, Iowa County
Construction Dates: 1874 and 1901

The Pulaski Presbyterian Church's tall steeple has been a prominent visual landmark in the rural countryside of the Town of Pulaski for over 125 years. The church and it associated school building are situated in rolling unglaciated farm country in the northeast corner of Iowa County approximately three miles southeast of the village of Muscoda.

In 1874, members of the congregation built the Gothic Revival style clapboard-clad church. In style and form, it is similar to other rural churches of this period. The current church replaced an earlier log church (non-extant) built in 1862. The 1901 clapboard-clad schoolhouse building is located next door to the church. These buildings served the Pulaski Presbyterian congregation until 2002, when services were suspended. The buildings continue to be used for special events.

Period of Significance:1874-1901
Area of Significance:Architecture
Applicable Criteria:Architecture/Engineering
Historic Use:Religion: Religious Facility
Historic Use:Religion: Church School
Architectural Style:Gothic Revival
Architectural Style:Late Victorian
Resource Type:Building
Historic Status:Listed in the State Register
Historic Status:Listed in the National Register
National Register Listing Date:05/22/2013
State Register Listing Date:08/24/2012
Number of Contributing Buildings:2
Number of Contributing Sites:0
Number of Contributing Structures:0
Number of Contributing Objects:0
Number of Non-Contributing Sites:0
Number of Non-Contributing Structures:0
Number of Non-Contributing Objects:0
National Register and State Register of Historic Places, Division of Historic Preservation, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin

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