The Ashland Historical Society Museum's digital collection is a sampling of our photograph collections showing images of historic buildings in Ashland, Wisconsin and the Chequamegon Bay ore docks. The Ashland Soo Line ore dock was built in 1916. It was the last ore dock in the Chequamegon Bay, torn down in 2012-2013.
Blanchardville Historical Society was formed in 1997 as an outgrowth of
Blanchardville Community Pride, Inc. Since then our collection has
grown to include photographs, newspapers, books, clothing, artifacts
and videos, all of which are housed in our museum at 101 South Main Street,
Our mission is to maintain a …
The Menominee Indian Tribe is a federally recognized tribe that currently resides on 235,000 acres of their original land in Northeast Wisconsin. Over 223,000 acres of that land is still heavily forested. This reservation is located approximately 45 miles northwest …
The Crandon Public Library Local History Collection records the unique heritage of the City of Crandon, Wisconsin and its surrounding communities. This task will be completed by the collection and preservation of items related to persons, places and events of Crandon, Wisconsin and the surrounding area.
The Crandon Public Library will …
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