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Black River Falls, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Cedarburg, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Jefferson, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Greendale, Wisconsin
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
The Curtin House was built in 1846, the first stone house in the old Town of Greenfield. David Curtin, an Irish immigrant, built the house with the help of an Irish stone mason using stone from the quary north of Grange Ave. The Curtin House is a physical reminder of Milwaukee County's early Irish settlement and is also the boyhood home of Jeremiah Curtin, an accomplished linguist, author and world traveler. The Curtin house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Culture, History, Historical Society, Library
Through interactive displays, a focused education program and special events, the Museum conveys the history of Milwaukee's Jewish community in a way that emphasizes the American values of tolerance, respect, freedom and celebration of diversity. Experience the journey to America, the struggles of building a new life, the chilling facts of the Holocaust and the growth of a vibrant culture and community.
Menomonie, Wisconsin
Plymouth, Wisconsin
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Art
Johnson Creek, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Catawba, Wisconsin
History, Historical Society
Mauston, Wisconsin
Historical Society
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