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Date: 1962
Description: Historical marker of the portage between the Brule and St. Croix Rivers. The marker was erected in 1962.
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Historical Marker at Henry Dodge's Homestead

Date: 1930
Description: Historical marker on the site of Henry Dodge's homestead. Dodge was the first territorial governor of Wisconsin.
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Historical Marker, Blackhawk Surrender

Date: 1930
Description: View of a historical marker commorating Black Hawk's surrender in 1832, located on Highway 35.
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Republican House Marker

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Description: Close-up view of the Republican House historical marker.
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Historical Marker for Champlain

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Description: A stone historical marker dedicated to Champlain, a Canadian explorer. The marker overlooks the ocean, and a sailboat is visible in the background.
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Bond Historical Site Marker

Date: 1930
Description: The Bond historical site marker, marking the home where Carrie Jacobs Bond wrote "I Love You Truly."
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Namekagon Portage Historical Marker in Couderay

Date: 1956
Description: Historical marker of the Namekagon Portage on the Lac Court Oreilles Native American Reservation.
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Man Mound Park Marker

Date: 1963
Description: The marker notes Man Mound Park by the Wisconsin Archeological Society, Sauk County Historical Society and the Landmark Committee, W.F.W.C.
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Survivors with Peshtigo Fire Historic Marker

Date: October 07 1951
Description: A group of survivors of the Peshtigo Fire of 1871 are gathered in front of the Peshtigo Fire historical marker. The marker dedication coincided with the 80...
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"Tragedy of the Siskiwit" Historical Marker

Date: 1937
Description: Historical marker describing an Ojibwe legend that took place on Siskiwit Lake.
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Historic Site Marker

Date: 1926
Description: Historic site marker commemorating the first permanent home in Baraboo. The inscription reads, "On this site in 1840, the first permanent home in Baraboo...
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Birthplace of Flag Day Historic Marker

Date: June 14 1962
Description: Outdoor view of crowd gathered behind the newly unveiled Birthplace of Flag Day historical marker. The historical marker was dedicated on the 77th annivers...
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John Muir Marker

Date: 1958
Description: Historical marker at the site of John Muir's boyhood home, located in the John Muir Memorial Park near Montello. A woman stands next tot he marker, and the...
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Bartlett Memorial Historical Museum Sign

Date: 1962
Description: Entrance marker to the museum.
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Marquette and Joliet Marker

Date: 1908
Description: A view of the Marquette-Joliet historical marker. Erected by the Wau-bun Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
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Marquette and Joliet Historical Marker

Date: 1925
Description: This historical marker was erected in commemoration of the French explorers Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet in the Wyalusing State Park. The two...
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Dedication of Historical Marker

Date: 1923
Description: This historical marker was erected in commemoration of the French explorers Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet in Wyalusing State Park. The two men...
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Marquette and Joliet Historical Marker

Date: 1923
Description: This historical marker was erected in commemoration of the French explorers Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet in the Wyalusing State Park. The two...
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The First House in Wisconsin

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Description: Historical marker identifying the location of the first house in Wisconsin built between Washburn and Ashland in 1658.
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Aztalan State Park Historic Marker

Date: July 23 1967
Description: Albert Kratch, president of the Lake Mills-Aztalan Historical Society, in front of the Aztalan State Park historical marker. Kratch helped to organize even...

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