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Wisconsin Historical Marker 73 Chief Waupaca Erected 1957

Wisconsin Historical Marker 73 Chief Waupaca Erected 1957

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Marker 73: Chief Waupaca. © Photographed October 16 and 22, 2016. Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Erected 1957

Marker 75: Belmont - Wisconsin Territory 1836. © Photographed September 27, 2013. Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Marker 63: Marquette. © Photographed April 1, 2017. Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Wisconsin Historical Marker 73: Chief Waupaca - Erected 1957 - Hwy. 110, 3.5

Marker 71: Thirty-Second Division Memorial Highway. Erected 1957 by State Historical Society of Wisconsin

Marker 72: The Spark. Photographed May 19, 2013. Erected 1957 by Wisconsin State Historical Society

Marker 62: Red Banks. Photographed July 6, 2012. Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Marker 58: Lac Du Flambeau. Photographed May 3, 2015. Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Erected 1962 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Marker 341: Greenfield: The Last Town in Milwaukee County. Erected 1996 by Wisconsin Historical Society

The marker (visible to the left behind the shrub) is located at. Chief Waupaca Historical ...

Erected 1957 by Watertown Historical Society

Marker 505: The 755th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron. Erected by Wisconsin Historical Society

Looking out from marker site at entrance from Highway 67.

Marker 464: McAllister State Graded School. Erected 2001 by State Historical Society of Wisconsin

Approved April 3, 1971 / Wisconsin Registered Landmarks Erected 1970 by Albion Academy Historical Society

Erected 1957 by Superior Rotary Club

Marker 67: Upper Fox River. Erected 1957 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Fall colors en route to the marker.

Looking north along Wisconsin Highway 110.

Marker 158: Beloit College. Erected 1967 by Wisconsin Historical Society

Chief Waupaca · Chief Wapaca Historical Site

The marker (visible to the left behind the shrub) is located at. Chief Waupaca Historical ...

Tabor Sokol Memorial Park

Goat Island, The Pennsylvania Avenue Bridge, and Sheboygan's Furniture Industry

Erected by National Flag Day Foundation

Looking north along Wisconsin Highway 110.

The marker is located inside Pritchard Park.

Propellers from the tug John Purves

The Home of Ole Larsen

Photographed July 4, 2015. Erected 2007 by Waukesha County Historical Museum

With the referenced Lake Duroy and Squaw Island (to the left)

To Honor Pierre Pauquette (on the right), also at this location.

Signage leading to marker location.

Photographed May 23, 2015. Erected by Chippewa County Historical Society

visible in the distance.

Screenshot of vintage postcard provided by CardCow.com.

Valders, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin

The Andrew Blackwell Memorial Pow Wow Grounds is listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin.

Photographed September 27, 2014. Erected by Chippewa County Historical Society

To Honor Pierre Pauquette (on the right), also at this location.

Wisconsin Historical Markers: Site 1: National Flag Day Foundation | Americanism Center and Museum

The marker is visible in the distance,

U.S. Marine Corps Tribute

Photographed July 5 and September 15, 2015. Erected by Fox Co., 2nd BN, 24th Marines

Marker in the ground in front of Marker 68.

Signage leading to marker location.

Earl L. (Curly) Lambeau

The marker on June 24, 2015.

Photographed October 7, 2014

Oneida Veterans Memorial: Korean War 1950-1955

See also related markers, Major Richard Ira Bong and Major Richard Ira Bong Burial Site, at nearby locations in Poplar.

This miniature of the Octagon House was recently restored and returned to the museum grounds. Click here to learn more about the miniature Octagon House; ...

Signage leading to the marker location.

The marker is located in Phillips, Wisconsin.

Plenty of signage leading up to the marker's location.

Signage leading to marker location.

The marker is located in Portage, Wisconsin.

The marker is located in Poplar, Wisconsin.

The marker is located at Tabor Sokol Memorial Park on eastbound 5 Mile Road, just east of its intersection Douglas Avenue / Wisconsin Highway 32, ...

The marker is located in Portage, Wisconsin.

Oneida Veterans Memorial: Vietnam War

Signage leading to marker location.

The marker is located in Portage, Wisconsin.

The marker is visible in the sunlight, to the right of center.

Looking out from marker site at entrance from Highway 67.

Marker in the ground in front of Marker 68.

Marker in the ground in front of Marker 68.

... celebration of the Wisconsin Soldiers' Home 1864-1867 historical marker. The dedication was held Sunday, October 26, 2014. The marker was erected by the ...

Click here to view all Wisconsin Veterans Memorials

The marker is located on Great River Road Wisconsin.

This marker is No. 15 in a series of historical markers erected by the Chippewa County Historical Society.

Woodlawn Chapel ["The Little Church in the Pinewood"]

The Andrew Blackwell Memorial Pow Wow Grounds is listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin.

Wisconsin's Ethnic Settlement Trail

Click here to view all markers at First Capitol State Park.

Signage at the intersection of Wisconsin Point Road and Moccasin Mike Road.

The marker is visible in the distance,

There are several markers in Wisconsin honoring the U.S. 32nd Division. Use the "U.S. 32nd Division" label below to create a list of these markers.

View from eastbound Wisconsin Highway 54.

Forest County Veterans Memorials

Plenty of parking to access the marker.

The marker is hidden inside the shrubbery.

Donald L. "Sarge" Boyd Band Shell

Erected September 6, 1899

The marker is located on Great River Road Wisconsin.

Located in the archives of the Wisconsin Historical Society, September 19, 2014.

Scenery from marker location.