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Kenosha, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Kenosha, Wisconsin
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Military, Natural History, Science
Established in 1934 -The Kenosha Public Museum is an accredited natural science and fine arts museum located in the heart of beautiful downtown Kenosha Wisconsin. Free General Admission every day, the 2001 facility shares a campus on the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline with The Civil War Museum.
Eagle, Wisconsin
Natural History
Kewaskum, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Kewaunee, Wisconsin
History
Kiel, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Shorewood, Wisconsin
General, History, Park
Kilbourntown House was built in 1844 by Benjamin Church, a carpenter from New York. Church, his wife and 6 children lived in the house, which was originally located in the section of Milwaukee known as Kilbourntown. An excellent example of Greek Revival architecture, the house was saved from destruction in 1938 when it was moved to Estabrook Park and restored as a WPA project. The home contains an outstanding collection of mid-nineteenth century furniture and decorative arts.
Brantwood, Wisconsin
Cambridge, Wisconsin
Historical Society
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