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National Register of Historic Places listings in Wisconsin

Buildings, sites, districts, and objects in Wisconsin listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

There are NRHP listings in all of Wisconsin's 72 counties.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 29, 2015.[1]
Contents: Counties in Wisconsin   (links in italic lead to a new page)
Adams - Ashland - Barron - Bayfield - Brown - Buffalo - Burnett - Calumet - Chippewa - Clark - Columbia - Crawford - Dane - Dodge - Door - Douglas - Dunn - Eau Claire - Florence - Fond du Lac - Forest - Grant - Green - Green Lake - Iowa - Iron - Jackson - Jefferson - Juneau - Kenosha - Kewaunee - La Crosse - Lafayette - Langlade - Lincoln - Manitowoc - Marathon - Marinette - Marquette - Menominee - Milwaukee - Monroe - Oconto - Oneida - Outagamie - Ozaukee - Pepin - Pierce - Polk - Portage - Price - Racine - Richland - Rock - Rusk - Sauk - Sawyer - Shawano - Sheboygan - St. Croix - Taylor - Trempealeau - Vernon - Vilas - Walworth - Washburn - Washington - Waukesha - Waupaca - Waushara - Winnebago - Wood


Numbers of properties and districts

There are approximately 2,200 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Wisconsin. The numbers of properties and districts in the state or in any of its 72 counties are not directly reported by the National Register. Following are approximate tallies of current listings from lists of the specific properties and districts.[2]

County # of
Sites
1 Adams 3
2 Ashland 40
3 Barron 10
4 Bayfield 23
5 Brown 46
6 Buffalo 13
7 Burnett 9
8 Calumet 10
9 Chippewa 12
10 Clark 20
11 Columbia 55
12 Crawford 25
13.1 Dane: Madison 135
13.2 Dane: Other 93
13.3 Dane: Total 228
14 Dodge 32
15 Door 66
16 Douglas 18
17 Dunn 6
18 Eau Claire 63
19 Florence 7
20 Fond du Lac 46
21 Forest 8
22 Grant 34
23 Green 25
24 Green Lake 14
25 Iowa 38
26 Iron 5
27 Jackson 5
28 Jefferson 46
29 Juneau 8
30 Kenosha 25
31 Kewaunee 12
32 La Crosse 55
33 Lafayette 11
34 Langlade 5
35 Lincoln 6
36 Manitowoc 26
37 Marathon 28
38 Marinette 11
39 Marquette 6
40 Menominee 1
41.1 Milwaukee: Milwaukee (city) 175
41.2 Milwaukee: Other 67
41.3 Milwaukee: Total 242
42 Monroe 11
43 Oconto 25
44 Oneida 24
45 Outagamie 47
46 Ozaukee 36
47 Pepin 2
48 Pierce 8
49 Polk 13
50 Portage 18
51 Price 12
52 Racine 53
53 Richland 15
54 Rock 127
55 Rusk 2
56 Sauk 53
57 Sawyer 3
58 Shawano 6
59 Sheboygan 45
60 St. Croix 34
61 Taylor 8
62 Trempealeau 16
63 Vernon 22
64 Vilas 15
65 Walworth 43
66 Washburn 2
67 Washington 26
68 Waukesha 150
69 Waupaca 24
70 Waushara 3
71 Winnebago 85
72 Wood 20
(duplicates) (2)[3]
Total: 2,289

Current listings in Wisconsin

This list is intended to provide a comprehensive listing of entries in the National Register of Historic Places in the counties covered. National Register properties located in Wisconsin are distributed across all of Wisconsin's 72 counties. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below), may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[4]

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 29, 2015.[5]

Adams County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Adams County Courthouse
March 9, 1982
(#82000627)
402 Main St.
43°58′15″N 89°48′55″W / 43.970833°N 89.815278°W / 43.970833; -89.815278 (Adams County Courthouse){{#coordinates:43.970833|-89.815278
name=Adams County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Friendship</td>

1914 Neoclassical building, designed by Arthur Peabody, sited in Friendship after a hotly contested vote with the neighboring city of Adams.[8]
2 Gunning–Purves Building
March 3, 2015
(#15000056)
311 Main St.
43°58′18″N 89°48′59″W / 43.971648°N 89.816452°W / 43.971648; -89.816452 (Gunning–Purves Building){{#coordinates:43.971648|-89.816452
name=Gunning–Purves Building

}} <td class="locality">Friendship</td>

3 Roche-a-Cri Petroglyphs
May 11, 1981
(#81000031)
1.5 miles north of Friendship on Hwy 13
44°00′06″N 89°49′04″W / 44.001667°N 89.817778°W / 44.001667; -89.817778 (Roche-a-Cri Petroglyphs){{#coordinates:44.001667|-89.817778
name=Roche-a-Cri Petroglyphs

}} <td class="locality">Friendship</td>

Oneota rock art on a sandstone bluff, vandalized by early soldiers and settlers.

Ashland County

Barron County

Bayfield County

Brown County

Buffalo County

Burnett County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Altern Site
March 31, 1980
(#80000391)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Hertel</td>

A group of well-preserved circular and linear mounds constructed from Middle Woodland to historic times.[9]
2 Burnett County Abstract Company
May 7, 1980
(#80000109)
214 N. Oak St.
45°46′40″N 92°41′01″W / 45.777778°N 92.683611°W / 45.777778; -92.683611 (Burnett County Abstract Company){{#coordinates:45.777778|-92.683611
name=Burnett County Abstract Company

}} <td class="locality">Grantsburg</td>

1907 building that housed the Burnett County Abstract Company which performed title searches, facilitating transfers of real estate in the county. The Burnett County courthouse was located across the street until the county seat was moved to Siren.
3 Daniels Town Hall
December 20, 2006
(#06001154)
9602 WI 70
45°46′08″N 92°28′40″W / 45.768889°N 92.477778°W / 45.768889; -92.477778 (Daniels Town Hall){{#coordinates:45.768889|-92.477778
name=Daniels Town Hall

}} <td class="locality">Daniels</td>

Swedish Lutherans built this church at Mud Hen Lake in 1886, but the congregation moved in 1893. The building has been the Daniels Town Hall ever since.[10]
4 Ebert Mound Group (47Bt28)
July 9, 1982
(#82000639)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Yellow Lake</td>

5 Fickle Site (47BT25)
January 26, 1990
(#89002310)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Siren</td>

6 Jacobson House and Mill Site Upload image
April 22, 1980
(#80000110)
E of Grantsburg on SR M
45°45′33″N 92°33′45″W / 45.7592°N 92.5625°W / 45.7592; -92.5625 (Jacobson House and Mill Site){{#coordinates:45.7592|-92.5625
name=Jacobson House and Mill Site

}} <td class="locality">Grantsburg</td>

Clapboard, side-gabled house built in 1873.[11]
7 Northwest and XY Company Trading Post Sites Upload image
February 15, 1974
(#74000059)
N of Webster on County U
Coordinates missing

<td class="locality">Webster</td>

Site of competing British fur trading posts of North West Company and XY Company from 1802 to 1805,[12] now reconstructed at Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park.[13]
8 Sandrock Cliffs
May 1, 1990
(#90000632)
Address Restricted
45°47′37″N 92°46′11″W / 45.7936°N 92.7697°W / 45.7936; -92.7697 (Sandrock Cliffs){{#coordinates:45.7936|-92.7697
name=Sandrock Cliffs

}} <td class="locality">Grantsburg</td>

Remnants of the retreating Cambrian sea left deep sandstone which was carved by glacial meltwater, revealing cliffs revered by indigenous people.
9 Yellow River Swamp Site 47-Bt-36
February 28, 1985
(#85000405)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Webster</td>

Calumet County

Chippewa County

Clark County

Columbia County

Crawford County

Dane County

Dodge County

Door County

Douglas County

Dunn County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Colfax Municipal Building
January 28, 2004
(#03001542)
613 Main St.
45°00′03″N 91°43′40″W / 45.000833°N 91.727778°W / 45.000833; -91.727778 (Colfax Municipal Building){{#coordinates:45.000833|-91.727778
name=Colfax Municipal Building

}} <td class="locality">Colfax</td>

Built around 1915 with local Colfax sandstone, the building housed the police station, fire station, meeting rooms, library, auditorium and banquet hall.[14]
2 Evergreen Cemetery
December 6, 2006
(#06001117)
N end of Shorewood Dr.
44°53′21″N 91°54′35″W / 44.889167°N 91.909722°W / 44.889167; -91.909722 (Evergreen Cemetery){{#coordinates:44.889167|-91.909722
name=Evergreen Cemetery

}} <td class="locality">Menomonie</td>

Knapp, Stout and Co., Menomonie's huge lumber company, started Evergreen as a private cemetery in 1873.[15]
3 Menomonie Downtown Historic District Upload image
July 14, 1986
(#86001667)
Roughly bounded by Main and Crescent Sts., Fifth St., Wilson, and Second St. and Broadway
44°52′32″N 91°55′28″W / 44.875556°N 91.924444°W / 44.875556; -91.924444 (Menomonie Downtown Historic District){{#coordinates:44.875556|-91.924444
name=Menomonie Downtown Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Menomonie</td>

Many buildings older than 100 years, including Italianate and Queen Anne styles, with facades of locally made brick and locally quarried sandstone.[16]
4 Louis Smith Tainter House
July 18, 1974
(#74000082)
Broadway at Crescent
44°52′44″N 91°55′45″W / 44.878889°N 91.929167°W / 44.878889; -91.929167 (Louis Smith Tainter House){{#coordinates:44.878889|-91.929167
name=Louis Smith Tainter House

}} <td class="locality">Menomonie</td>

1890 home built by Andrew Tainter, a lumberman partner in Knapp, Stout and Co.,[17] for his son. Designed in Richardsonian Romanesque style by Harvey Ellis. Later a women's dormitory and now offices of UW-Stout.[18][19]
5 Mabel Tainter Memorial Building
July 18, 1974
(#74000083)
205 Main St.
44°52′35″N 91°55′44″W / 44.876389°N 91.928889°W / 44.876389; -91.928889 (Mabel Tainter Memorial Building){{#coordinates:44.876389|-91.928889
name=Mabel Tainter Memorial Building

}} <td class="locality">Menomonie</td>

Theater, library, and meeting building completed in 1889. Andrew Tainter and his wife built it to honor their daughter Mabel, who enjoyed the arts and died at age 19.[20]
6 Upper Wakanda Park Mound Group
July 8, 1999
(#99000818)
Pine Ave

<td class="locality">Menomonie</td>

Three oval mounds remain. Before seventeen nearby mounds were submerged beneath Lake Menomin in the 1950s, some were excavated and dated 1000 to 1400 CE. A person was found cremated wearing a clay mask in one.[21][22]

Eau Claire County

Florence County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Fay Outlet Site (47FL13)
January 17, 1989
(#88000647)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Long Lake</td>

Woodland/Oneota village site.
2 Fern School Upload image
March 20, 1981
(#81000043)
SW of Florence on WI 101
45°50′10″N 88°23′11″W / 45.836111°N 88.386389°W / 45.836111; -88.386389 (Fern School){{#coordinates:45.836111|-88.386389
name=Fern School

}} <td class="locality">Florence</td>

One to six room school, built in 1921 in Colonial Revival style.[23]
3 Florence County Courthouse and Jail
December 2, 1985
(#85003029)
501 Lake St.
45°55′16″N 88°14′56″W / 45.921111°N 88.248889°W / 45.921111; -88.248889 (Florence County Courthouse and Jail){{#coordinates:45.921111|-88.248889
name=Florence County Courthouse and Jail

}} <td class="locality">Florence</td>

1897 courthouse built in Romanesque Revival style of sandstone and limestone.[24]
4 Florence Town Hall Upload image
April 15, 2014
(#14000169)
748 Central Ave.
45°55′21″N 88°15′07″W / 45.92243°N 88.252008°W / 45.92243; -88.252008 (Florence Town Hall){{#coordinates:45.92243|-88.252008
name=Florence Town Hall

}} <td class="locality">Florence</td>

Town hall with public auditorium designed by Max Hanisch, Sr. in Art Moderne style and built in 1936.[25]
5 David M. and Lottie Fulmer House
May 5, 2014
(#14000196)
209 Central Ave.
45°55′19″N 88°14′44″W / 45.922028°N 88.245625°W / 45.922028; -88.245625 (David M. and Lottie Fulmer House){{#coordinates:45.922028|-88.245625
name=David M. and Lottie Fulmer House

}} <td class="locality">Florence</td>

2-story, stucco-clad Prairie School house built in 1899. Along with the Fulmers, it was owned by Max Sells,[26] a Florence attorney.[27]
6 Upper Twin Falls Bridge
December 12, 2012
(#12001028)
Over the Menominee River
45°52′39″N 88°04′43″W / 45.8775°N 88.0785°W / 45.8775; -88.0785 (Upper Twin Falls Bridge){{#coordinates:45.8775|-88.0785
name=Upper Twin Falls Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Florence</td>

Highway bridge, built 1910-11 to Dickinson County, Michigan because the Twin Falls Power Dam would soon flood the previous bridge. One of two pin-connected, camelback, through-truss bridges remaining in Wisconsin. Site of liquor inspections from 1914-20, when Michigan was dry and Wisconsin wet.[28]
7 Robert B. and Estelle J. Webb House
May 5, 2014
(#14000197)
200 Central Ave.
45°55′21″N 88°14′42″W / 45.922584°N 88.245135°W / 45.922584; -88.245135 (Robert B. and Estelle J. Webb House){{#coordinates:45.922584|-88.245135
name=Robert B. and Estelle J. Webb House

}} <td class="locality">Florence</td>

Queen Anne-styled home built in 1883 with bargeboards and elaborate porches.[29] Robert was involved in mining and ran a hardware store in Florence.[30]

Fond du Lac County

Forest County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Armstrong Creek Bridge
November 18, 2011
(#11000841)
Old 101 Rd. over Armstrong Cr.
45°38′29″N 88°26′47″W / 45.641258°N 88.446356°W / 45.641258; -88.446356 (Armstrong Creek Bridge){{#coordinates:45.641258|-88.446356
name=Armstrong Creek Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Armstrong Creek</td>

Standard, Prat pony truss bridge built of steel in 1908. This type was once common on Wisconsin roads, but only a handful remain.[31]
2 Butternut-Franklin Lakes Archeological District
May 9, 2007
(#07000429)
Along the Hidden Lakes Trail near Butternut and Franklin Lakes[32]
45°55′36″N 88°59′34″W / 45.926666°N 88.992777°W / 45.926666; -88.992777 (Butternut-Franklin Lakes Archeological District){{#coordinates:45.926666|-88.992777
name=Butternut-Franklin Lakes Archeological District

}} <td class="locality">Hiles</td>

20 sites spanning 4000 years of Native American occupation.[32]
3 Camp Five Farmstead
January 11, 1996
(#95001506)
5466 Connor Farm Rd.
45°34′18″N 88°42′08″W / 45.571667°N 88.702222°W / 45.571667; -88.702222 (Camp Five Farmstead){{#coordinates:45.571667|-88.702222
name=Camp Five Farmstead

}} <td class="locality">Laona</td>

1890s logging camp and the farm that supplied that camp. Now a living history museum.[33]
4 Chicago and North-Western Land Office
December 23, 1993
(#93001446)
4556 N. Branch St.
45°26′21″N 88°39′39″W / 45.439167°N 88.660833°W / 45.439167; -88.660833 (Chicago and North-Western Land Office){{#coordinates:45.439167|-88.660833
name=Chicago and North-Western Land Office

}} <td class="locality">Wabeno</td>

1897 log building from which land was sold. Now Wabeno's public library.[34]
5 Dinesen-Motzfeldt-Hettinger Log House
January 12, 2005
(#04001486)
3125 WI 55
45°29′06″N 88°58′31″W / 45.485°N 88.975278°W / 45.485; -88.975278 (Dinesen-Motzfeldt-Hettinger Log House){{#coordinates:45.485|-88.975278
name=Dinesen-Motzfeldt-Hettinger Log House

}} <td class="locality">Mole Lake, Wisconsin (listed as Crandon)</td>

1870s location of a stopping place on the Military Road north of Green Bay. The cabin was once occupied by the father of Karen Blixen who wrote Out of Africa, during his trapping and trading days.[35] Under restoration as of 2010.
6 Franklin Lake Campground Upload image
September 28, 1988
(#88001573)
National Forest Rd. 2181
45°55′51″N 88°59′37″W / 45.930833°N 88.993611°W / 45.930833; -88.993611 (Franklin Lake Campground){{#coordinates:45.930833|-88.993611
name=Franklin Lake Campground

}} <td class="locality">Alvin</td>

Rustic-styled buildings built by CCCs and WPA starting in 1936.[36]
7 Minertown-Oneva
May 4, 2010
(#09001315)
State Trunk Hwy. 32
45°22′57″N 88°37′32″W / 45.382394°N 88.625561°W / 45.382394; -88.625561 (Minertown-Oneva){{#coordinates:45.382394|-88.625561
name=Minertown-Oneva

}} <td class="locality">Carter</td>

One-company lumbering town which boomed from 1899 until the mill burned in 1931. Abandoned by 1939.[37]
8 Otter Spring House Upload image
June 3, 1999
(#99000684)
Approx. 80 meters S of Spring Pond Rd.
45°35′22″N 88°48′49″W / 45.589444°N 88.813611°W / 45.589444; -88.813611 (Otter Spring House){{#coordinates:45.589444|-88.813611
name=Otter Spring House

}} <td class="locality">Lincoln</td>

The 1933 cedar log structure was built by a CCC camp to protect the spring, which was their water supply. Water from the spring has special significance to the Potawatomi.[38]

Grant County

Green County

Green Lake County

Iowa County

Iron County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Annala Round Barn
August 27, 1979
(#79000085)
S of Hurley
46°25′05″N 90°09′41″W / 46.418056°N 90.161389°W / 46.418056; -90.161389 (Annala Round Barn){{#coordinates:46.418056|-90.161389
name=Annala Round Barn

}} <td class="locality">Hurley</td>

Round barn and round milkhouse built of fieldstones in 1917 by Finnish stonemason Matt Annala.[39][40]
2 Montreal Company Location Historic District
May 23, 1980
(#80000141)
WI 77
46°25′35″N 90°13′50″W / 46.426389°N 90.230556°W / 46.426389; -90.230556 (Montreal Company Location Historic District){{#coordinates:46.426389|-90.230556
name=Montreal Company Location Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Montreal</td>

The Montreal Mining Company built a planned community for employees in the first few decades of the 20th century,[41][42] including arrays of homes for workers, the mine's machine shop, the Hamilton Club, the Roosevelt school, community gardens, and Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church.[43]
3 Old Iron County Courthouse
July 26, 1977
(#77000031)
303 Iron St.
46°26′52″N 90°10′59″W / 46.447778°N 90.183056°W / 46.447778; -90.183056 (Old Iron County Courthouse){{#coordinates:46.447778|-90.183056
name=Old Iron County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Hurley</td>

1893 courthouse with a 1922 Seth Thomas clockworks.[44]
4 Plummer Mine Headframe
September 24, 1997
(#97001141)
Script error: No such module "convert".. W of jct. of Plummer Mine Rd. and WI 77
46°24′25″N 90°17′31″W / 46.406944°N 90.291944°W / 46.406944; -90.291944 (Plummer Mine Headframe){{#coordinates:46.406944|-90.291944
name=Plummer Mine Headframe

}} <td class="locality">Pence</td>

Headframe from which miners were lowered into a 2367 foot iron mine that operated from 1904 to 1924. Now the last headframe standing in Wisconsin.[45]
5 Springstead
April 17, 1997
(#97000326)
Jct. of Old Springfield Tote Rd. and WI 182
46°01′17″N 90°07′26″W / 46.021389°N 90.123889°W / 46.021389; -90.123889 (Springstead){{#coordinates:46.021389|-90.123889
name=Springstead

}} <td class="locality">Sherman</td>

Habitation on Stone Lake, where Chippewas once made maple sugar, where French Canadians settled around 1868. Later a northwoods resort.[46][47]

Jackson County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Black Hawk Powwow Grounds
March 28, 2007
(#07000244)
W8426 WI 54E
44°20′07″N 90°44′18″W / 44.335414°N 90.738403°W / 44.335414; -90.738403 (Black Hawk Powwow Grounds){{#coordinates:44.335414|-90.738403
name=Black Hawk Powwow Grounds

}} <td class="locality">Komensky</td>

Ho-Chunk ceremonial center since at least 1884, where the people gather for ceremonial dances, meetings, and socializing.[48]
2 Black River Falls Public Library
December 27, 2007
(#07001330)
321 Main St.
44°17′43″N 90°51′05″W / 44.295278°N 90.851389°W / 44.295278; -90.851389 (Black River Falls Public Library){{#coordinates:44.295278|-90.851389
name=Black River Falls Public Library

}} <td class="locality">Black River Falls</td>

1914 Carnegie library designed by Henry Ottenheimer with Prairie school influences. Now a museum of the Jackson County Historical Society.[49]
3 Gullickson's Glen
December 21, 1978
(#78000102)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Irving</td>

Rock shelter with petroglyphs.[50]
4 Silver Mound Archeological District
January 17, 1975
(#75000067)
Western side of Highway 95 south of Schroeder Rd at KOA campground.[51]
44°25′36″N 90°57′35″W / 44.4266283°N 90.9595925°W / 44.4266283; -90.9595925 (Silver Mound Archeological District){{#coordinates:44.4266283|-90.9595925
name=Silver Mound Archeological District

}} <td class="locality">Alma Center</td>

Bluff where Paleo-Indians quarried quartzite for tools shortly after the last glacier receded. This Hixton orthoquartzite is distinctive, so the distribution of the tools gives clues about very early travel and commerce.[52]
5 Union High School
January 20, 1978
(#78000103)
N. 3rd St.223 N. Fourth St.
44°17′51″N 90°51′05″W / 44.2975°N 90.851389°W / 44.2975; -90.851389 (Union High School){{#coordinates:44.2975|-90.851389
name=Union High School

}} <td class="locality">Black River Falls</td>

3-story brick school with tower designed by W.H.J. Nichols in Second Empire style and built in 1871. Served as high school until 1897, then elementary school, and now elderly housing.[53]

Jefferson County

Juneau County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Benjamin Boorman House
May 4, 1976
(#76000066)
211 N. Union St.
43°47′57″N 90°04′15″W / 43.799167°N 90.070833°W / 43.799167; -90.070833 (Benjamin Boorman House){{#coordinates:43.799167|-90.070833
name=Benjamin Boorman House

}} <td class="locality">Mauston</td>

Victorian house begun in 1875 by Boorman, owner of Mauston's early grist mill, lumber mill and carding mill. Now the home of the Juneau County Historical Society.[54]
2 Cranberry Creek Archeological District
July 19, 1984
(#84003689)
W of the intersection of G and F, west of New Miner
Coordinates missing

<td class="locality">Armenia</td>

Mound complex constructed by Woodland people around 100-800 CE. Includes hundreds of low conical mounds, mostly in lines. Also a bird effigy and a bear or panther.[55]
3 Gee's Slough Mound Group
March 8, 1978
(#78000108)
S of New Lisbon on Mounds View Rd
Coordinates missing

<td class="locality">New Lisbon</td>

Linear mounds, round mounds, and a running panther effigy mound constructed by Native Americans of the Woodland period.[56]
4 Juneau County Courthouse
November 4, 1982
(#82001846)
220 E. State St.
43°47′47″N 90°04′31″W / 43.796389°N 90.075278°W / 43.796389; -90.075278 (Juneau County Courthouse){{#coordinates:43.796389|-90.075278
name=Juneau County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Mauston</td>

Modern-styled courthouse built in 1938 with help of the WPA.[57]
5 Lemonweir Glyphs or Petroglyphs
November 4, 1993
(#93001173)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Kildare</td>

Etchings of thunderbirds on a sandstone wall.[58] Also known as Twin Bluffs petroglyphs.
6 William and Mary Shelton Farmstead
August 4, 2004
(#04000810)
N2397 Cty Hwy K
43°43′37″N 90°03′32″W / 43.726944°N 90.058889°W / 43.726944; -90.058889 (William and Mary Shelton Farmstead){{#coordinates:43.726944|-90.058889
name=William and Mary Shelton Farmstead

}} <td class="locality">Seven Mile Creek</td>

Farmhouse started in 1863. In the 1920s the farm was state of the art, based on advice from university and farming magazines.[59]
7 Sprague Bridge
January 23, 1995
(#94001574)
Over the Yellow R. SE of Finley, Finley Township
44°11′11″N 90°06′15″W / 44.186389°N 90.104167°W / 44.186389; -90.104167 (Sprague Bridge){{#coordinates:44.186389|-90.104167
name=Sprague Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Finley</td>

Example of a Pratt half-hip pony truss bridge, constructed in 1913.[60]
8 Weston-Babcock House
January 29, 1979
(#79000089)
407 Main St.
44°01′20″N 90°04′12″W / 44.022222°N 90.07°W / 44.022222; -90.07 (Weston-Babcock House){{#coordinates:44.022222|-90.07
name=Weston-Babcock House

}} <td class="locality">Necedah</td>

Neoclassical home built in 1860 by Thomas Weston,[61] an early settler and founder of the lumber enterprise T. Weston & Co., which at one time sawed ten million board feet of lumber per year.[62] Charles Babcock founded the Necedah Bank.

Kenosha County

Kewaunee County

La Crosse County

Lafayette County

Langlade County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Antigo Depot
February 10, 1992
(#92000029)
522 Morse St.
45°08′23″N 89°09′24″W / 45.1397°N 89.1567°W / 45.1397; -89.1567 (Antigo Depot){{#coordinates:45.1397|-89.1567
name=Antigo Depot

}} <td class="locality">Antigo</td>

Former Chicago and North Western Railway depot, designed by Charles Sumner Frost in Classical Revival style and built in 1907 of locally-produced brick. Now renovated as apartments.[63]
2 Antigo Opera House
January 12, 1984
(#84003699)
1016 5th Ave.
45°08′27″N 89°09′31″W / 45.140833°N 89.158611°W / 45.140833; -89.158611 (Antigo Opera House){{#coordinates:45.140833|-89.158611
name=Antigo Opera House

}} <td class="locality">Antigo</td>

Theater built in Classical Revival style[64] in 1905 to seat 1100. Served as an armory during World War I.[65]
3 Antigo Post Office
October 24, 2000
(#00001255)
501 ClermontSt.
45°08′20″N 89°09′16″W / 45.138889°N 89.154444°W / 45.138889; -89.154444 (Antigo Post Office){{#coordinates:45.138889|-89.154444
name=Antigo Post Office

}} <td class="locality">Antigo</td>

Classical Revival building with Beaux-Arts influences, built in 1916.[66]
4 Antigo Public Library and Deleglise Cabin
December 18, 1978
(#78000115)
404 Superior St.
45°08′17″N 89°09′10″W / 45.13806°N 89.15278°W / 45.13806; -89.15278 (Antigo Public Library and Deleglise Cabin){{#coordinates:45.13806|-89.15278
name=Antigo Public Library and Deleglise Cabin

}} <td class="locality">Antigo</td>

The Deleglise cabin was the first house in Antigo, built in 1878.[65] The former Carnegie library, built 1903-1905[65] and styled Colonial Revival, is now the Langlade County Historical Society Museum.[64]
4 Langlade County Courthouse
July 25, 1977
(#77000034)
800 Clermont St.
45°08′38″N 89°09′18″W / 45.143889°N 89.155°W / 45.143889; -89.155 (Langlade County Courthouse){{#coordinates:45.143889|-89.155
name=Langlade County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Antigo</td>

Classical Revival courthouse built in 1905, with murals by Swedish artist Axel Soderberg.[24]

Lincoln County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Center Avenue Historic District
June 17, 1994
(#94000600)
Roughly bounded by Cedar, Park, Third, Center and Seventh Sts.
45°11′06″N 89°40′56″W / 45.185°N 89.682222°W / 45.185; -89.682222 (Center Avenue Historic District){{#coordinates:45.185|-89.682222
name=Center Avenue Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Merrill</td>

Homes built as early as the late 1800s in various styles: Italianate,

Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and Prairie Style.[67]

2 First Street Bridge
September 12, 1996
(#96001017)
1st St. spanning the Prairie River
45°10′44″N 89°42′12″W / 45.178889°N 89.703333°W / 45.178889; -89.703333 (First Street Bridge){{#coordinates:45.178889|-89.703333
name=First Street Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Merrill</td>

Three-arch stone bridge built in 1904 of granite rubble by Fred Hesterman. It is the only such bridge left in Wisconsin.[68]
3 Lincoln County Courthouse
April 19, 1978
(#78000116)
1110 E. Main St.
45°10′52″N 89°41′02″W / 45.181111°N 89.683889°W / 45.181111; -89.683889 (Lincoln County Courthouse){{#coordinates:45.181111|-89.683889
name=Lincoln County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Merrill</td>

Beaux-Arts courthouse designed by Van Ryn & DeGelleke and built in 1903.[69][70]
4 Merrill City Hall
July 12, 1978
(#78000117)
717 E. 2nd St.
45°10′49″N 89°41′23″W / 45.180278°N 89.689722°W / 45.180278; -89.689722 (Merrill City Hall){{#coordinates:45.180278|-89.689722
name=Merrill City Hall

}} <td class="locality">Merrill</td>

Former city hall, constructed in 1889 in Queen Anne style. Now apartments.[71]
5 Merrill Post Office
October 24, 2000
(#00001258)
430 E. Second St.
45°10′53″N 89°41′37″W / 45.181389°N 89.693611°W / 45.181389; -89.693611 (Merrill Post Office){{#coordinates:45.181389|-89.693611
name=Merrill Post Office

}} <td class="locality">Merrill</td>

Neoclassical building with octagonal skylight, built in 1915.[72]
6 T.B. Scott Free Library
January 21, 1974
(#74000096)
106 W. 1st St.
45°10′47″N 89°42′05″W / 45.179722°N 89.701389°W / 45.179722; -89.701389 (T.B. Scott Free Library){{#coordinates:45.179722|-89.701389
name=T.B. Scott Free Library

}} <td class="locality">Merrill</td>

Established in 1891 by Thomas Blythe Scott, lumberman and legislator. First public library in Wisconsin to offer English classes for immigrants. Part of the current building was built in 1911 with a Carnegie grant.[73][74]

Manitowoc County

Marathon County

Marinette County

Marquette County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Bonnie Oaks Historic District
April 3, 1986
(#86000626)
Grouse Dr.
43°39′05″N 89°33′39″W / 43.651389°N 89.560833°W / 43.651389; -89.560833 (Bonnie Oaks Historic District){{#coordinates:43.651389|-89.560833
name=Bonnie Oaks Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Briggsville</td>

Estate of the Atwood, Ormsby and Green family, which served as an artist's retreat in the 1920s and 1930s, with visits from Robert Fitzgerald, Zona Gale, Paul Robeson, and others.[75]
2 Fountain Lake Farm
June 21, 1990
(#90000471)
Co. Hwy. F and Gillette Rd.
43°41′24″N 89°23′15″W / 43.69°N 89.3875°W / 43.69; -89.3875 (Fountain Lake Farm){{#coordinates:43.69|-89.3875
name=Fountain Lake Farm

}} <td class="locality">Montello</td>

Boyhood home of naturalist John Muir, where some of his ideas were formed.[76]
3 Marquette County Courthouse and Marquette County Sheriff's Office and Jail
March 9, 1982
(#82000685)
77 W. Park St.
43°47′36″N 89°19′48″W / 43.793333°N 89.33°W / 43.793333; -89.33 (Marquette County Courthouse and Marquette County Sheriff's Office and Jail){{#coordinates:43.793333|-89.33
name=Marquette County Courthouse and Marquette County Sheriff's Office and Jail

}} <td class="locality">Montello</td>

1918 Beaux-Arts courthouse built of Montello granite and Bedford limestone.[77]
4 Montello Commercial Historic District
March 7, 1996
(#96000238)
Roughly, parts of W. Montello and Main Sts. at the Montello R. and the quarry on E. Montello St.
43°47′31″N 89°19′38″W / 43.791944°N 89.327222°W / 43.791944; -89.327222 (Montello Commercial Historic District){{#coordinates:43.791944|-89.327222
name=Montello Commercial Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Montello</td>

Quarry which operated from 1881 to 1976, most notably providing red granite for President Grant's tomb.[78] Also old Italianate and Queen Anne buildings.
5 Charles Samuel Richter House
August 16, 1996
(#96000908)
55, 103, and 105 Underwood Ave.
43°47′36″N 89°19′49″W / 43.793333°N 89.330278°W / 43.793333; -89.330278 (Charles Samuel Richter House){{#coordinates:43.793333|-89.330278
name=Charles Samuel Richter House

}} <td class="locality">Montello</td>

Colonial Revival house designed by Parkinson & Dockendorff and built in 1912 for the president of the Montello Granite Company from locally quarried granite.[79]
6 Vaughn's Hall and Blacksmith Shop
June 12, 2007
(#07000556)
55 W. Montello St.
43°47′31″N 89°19′46″W / 43.791944°N 89.329444°W / 43.791944; -89.329444 (Vaughn's Hall and Blacksmith Shop){{#coordinates:43.791944|-89.329444
name=Vaughn's Hall and Blacksmith Shop

}} <td class="locality">Montello</td>

Cement block building built in 1912 as a blacksmith shop with a community hall upstairs. Later a garage, car dealership, hardware store, and now a museum.[80]

Menominee County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Saint Joseph of the Lake Church and Cemetery Upload image
June 2, 2000
(#00000602)
In South Branch, 16 miles from Keshena
45°01′52″N 88°30′48″W / 45.031062°N 88.513468°W / 45.031062; -88.513468 (Saint Joseph of the Lake Church and Cemetery){{#coordinates:45.031062|-88.513468
name=Saint Joseph of the Lake Church and Cemetery

}} <td class="locality">Menominee Reservation</td>

Cemetery established around 1876 and Catholic church building built in 1891. Some Menominee culture was preserved at South Branch because of its distance from supervision at Keshena.[81]

Milwaukee County

Monroe County

Oconto County

Oneida County

Outagamie County

Ozaukee County

Pepin County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Durand Free Library Upload image
February 20, 1980
(#80000173)
315 W. 2nd Ave.
44°37′40″N 91°58′00″W / 44.627778°N 91.966667°W / 44.627778; -91.966667 (Durand Free Library){{#coordinates:44.627778|-91.966667
name=Durand Free Library

}} <td class="locality">Durand</td>

Durand's library began above a feed store in 1886. The current Tudor-styled building was built starting in 1907, with a Carnegie grant and local limestone.[82]
2 Pepin County Courthouse and Jail Upload image
March 9, 1982
(#82000695)
307 W. Madison
44°37′44″N 91°57′53″W / 44.628889°N 91.964722°W / 44.628889; -91.964722 (Pepin County Courthouse and Jail){{#coordinates:44.628889|-91.964722
name=Pepin County Courthouse and Jail

}} <td class="locality">Durand</td>

1874 wood-framed Greek Revival building where a man was once lynched. Now a museum.[83]

Pierce County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Diamond Bluff Site-Mero Mound Group
August 1, 1975
(#75000075)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Diamond Bluff</td>

At least two villages, surrounded by hundreds of burial mounds and a bird and several animal effigy mounds. Some think this might be a place where Late Woodland culture transitioned to Oneota.[84]
2 Roscius S. and Lydia R. Freeman House
May 30, 2007
(#07000501)
220 N. Third St.
44°51′41″N 92°37′19″W / 44.861389°N 92.621944°W / 44.861389; -92.621944 (Roscius S. and Lydia R. Freeman House){{#coordinates:44.861389|-92.621944
name=Roscius S. and Lydia R. Freeman House

}} <td class="locality">River Falls</td>

Freeman was a local druggist who built the house in 1908, mixing elements of the Queen Anne, Shingle and Colonial Revival architecture styles.[85]
3 Glen Park Municipal Swimming Pool
June 5, 2007
(#07000542)
355 Park St.
44°51′18″N 92°38′00″W / 44.855°N 92.633333°W / 44.855; -92.633333 (Glen Park Municipal Swimming Pool){{#coordinates:44.855|-92.633333
name=Glen Park Municipal Swimming Pool

}} <td class="locality">River Falls</td>

Public pool complex constructed by the CWA, PWA and WPA from 1933 to 1937, during the Great Depression. Still in use.[86]
4 H. S. Miller Bank
August 19, 1994
(#94000998)
223 Broad St.
44°44′59″N 92°48′08″W / 44.749722°N 92.802222°W / 44.749722; -92.802222 (H. S. Miller Bank){{#coordinates:44.749722|-92.802222
name=H. S. Miller Bank

}} <td class="locality">Prescott</td>

1885 bank building with Italianate and Romanesque elements.[87] Now houses visitor center.[88]
5 North Hall-River Falls State Normal School
April 3, 1986
(#86000627)
University of Wisconsin
44°51′17″N 92°37′21″W / 44.854722°N 92.6225°W / 44.854722; -92.6225 (North Hall-River Falls State Normal School){{#coordinates:44.854722|-92.6225
name=North Hall-River Falls State Normal School

}} <td class="locality">River Falls</td>

North Hall of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, built in 1914 as the Agriculture Building.[89] (Housed the Campus School, the last of its kind in the state)
6 Pierce County Courthouse
March 9, 1982
(#82000696)
411 W. Main St.
44°43′57″N 92°29′05″W / 44.7325°N 92.484722°W / 44.7325; -92.484722 (Pierce County Courthouse){{#coordinates:44.7325|-92.484722
name=Pierce County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Ellsworth</td>

1905 building with Neoclassical and Beaux-Arts elements.[90]
7 Daniel Smith House
March 15, 1984
(#84003775)
331 N. Lake St.
44°45′02″N 92°48′11″W / 44.750556°N 92.803056°W / 44.750556; -92.803056 (Daniel Smith House){{#coordinates:44.750556|-92.803056
name=Daniel Smith House

}} <td class="locality">Prescott</td>

1853 Greek Revival home built in 1855 Daniel, who was a shopkeeper, hotelier, coroner, sheriff, and civic leader. His wife Salome also taught school in the house.[91]
8 South Hall, River Falls State Normal School
November 7, 1976
(#76000073)
320 E. Cascade Ave.
44°51′13″N 92°37′23″W / 44.853611°N 92.623056°W / 44.853611; -92.623056 (South Hall, River Falls State Normal School){{#coordinates:44.853611|-92.623056
name=South Hall, River Falls State Normal School

}} <td class="locality">River Falls</td>

Site of the sole building when the fourth Wisconsin Normal School started at River Falls in 1874. It burned in 1897 and was rebuilt in 1898. Now South Hall at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.[92]

Polk County

Portage County

Price County

Racine County

Richland County

Rock County

Rusk County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Flambeau Mission Church
August 7, 1979
(#79000113)
11 miles S of Ladysmith on 27; then 5 miles W on D
45°18′08″N 91°11′55″W / 45.302222°N 91.198611°W / 45.302222; -91.198611 (Flambeau Mission Church){{#coordinates:45.302222|-91.198611
name=Flambeau Mission Church

}} <td class="locality">Washington</td>

Oldest church in Rusk County, built on the banks of the Chippewa River in 1882, during the peak of log driving, to serve the French and Indian community called Flambeau Farms.[93]
2 State Bank of Ladysmith
January 17, 1980
(#80000192)
102 W. 2nd St.
45°27′52″N 91°06′08″W / 45.464444°N 91.102222°W / 45.464444; -91.102222 (State Bank of Ladysmith){{#coordinates:45.464444|-91.102222
name=State Bank of Ladysmith

}} <td class="locality">Ladysmith</td>

1912 Classical revival building with facade of rusticated granite, formerly known as Pioneer Bank, the Rusk County Bank, and "the bank with the clock."[94][95]

Sauk County

Sawyer County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Hall-Raynor Stopping Place
August 14, 1979
(#79000115)
N of Ojibwa on WI G
45°47′59″N 91°07′00″W / 45.799722°N 91.116667°W / 45.799722; -91.116667 (Hall-Raynor Stopping Place){{#coordinates:45.799722|-91.116667
name=Hall-Raynor Stopping Place

}} <td class="locality">Ojibwa</td>

Log tavern built around 1874 - one of many rest stops on the old Chippewa Trail stage line, which generally followed the course of modern Highway 40 from Chippewa Falls north into the pinery. This stopping place served loggers, trappers and rivermen with a saloon downstairs and sleeping rooms upstairs.[96][97]
2 North Wisconsin Lumber Company Office
May 7, 1980
(#80000403)
Florida Ave.
46°00′37″N 91°29′19″W / 46.010278°N 91.488611°W / 46.010278; -91.488611 (North Wisconsin Lumber Company Office){{#coordinates:46.010278|-91.488611
name=North Wisconsin Lumber Company Office

}} <td class="locality">Hayward</td>

2-story brick headquarters built in 1889 by one of the major logging companies in the Namekagon watershed, founded by A. J. Hayward and R. L. McCormick.[98]
3 Ojibwa Courier Press Building Upload image
March 1, 1982
(#82000712)
E of Radisson at 110 Ojibwa Mall
45°47′50″N 91°06′56″W / 45.797222°N 91.115556°W / 45.797222; -91.115556 (Ojibwa Courier Press Building){{#coordinates:45.797222|-91.115556
name=Ojibwa Courier Press Building

}} <td class="locality">Radisson</td>

1922 newspaper office in Ojibwa, a community planned to settle immigrant farmers in Wisconsin's cutover.[99]

Shawano County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Laney School
December 4, 1998
(#98001463)
N1675 Laney Rd.
44°38′36″N 88°17′34″W / 44.643333°N 88.292778°W / 44.643333; -88.292778 (Laney School){{#coordinates:44.643333|-88.292778
name=Laney School

}} <td class="locality">Maple Grove</td>

One-room schoolhouse built in 1928. Later served as town hall. Apparently burned in February 2011.[100]
2 Lincoln School Upload image
November 7, 2013
(#13000865)
237 S. Sawyer St.
44°46′44″N 88°36′28″W / 44.778796°N 88.607903°W / 44.778796; -88.607903 (Lincoln School){{#coordinates:44.778796|-88.607903
name=Lincoln School

}} <td class="locality">Shawano</td>

K-8 school designed by Parkinson & Dockendorff in Collegiate Gothic style and built in 1925. Progressive for its time, it contained manual training and domestic science rooms, a gym with showers, and an inviting kindergarten room with a fireplace and a bay window.[101]
3 Lutheran Indian Mission
October 22, 1980
(#80000195)
NE of Gresham on WI G
44°52′39″N 88°45′35″W / 44.8775°N 88.759722°W / 44.8775; -88.759722 (Lutheran Indian Mission){{#coordinates:44.8775|-88.759722
name=Lutheran Indian Mission

}} <td class="locality">Gresham</td>

Mission church and school built in 1901 by Missouri Synod to serve Stockbridge Indians.[102] The school operated until 1958 and the church continues today.
4 Shawano Main Street Historic District
April 9, 1999
(#99000440)
Roughly including E. Division St. and S. Main St.
44°46′51″N 88°36′33″W / 44.7808°N 88.6092°W / 44.7808; -88.6092 (Shawano Main Street Historic District){{#coordinates:44.7808|-88.6092
name=Shawano Main Street Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Shawano</td>

Various brick commercial buildings as old as the late 1800s. Main Street lies on the old military road from Green Bay to Ontonagon.[103]
5 Shawano Post Office
October 24, 2000
(#00001241)
235 S. Main St.
44°46′44″N 88°36′34″W / 44.778889°N 88.609444°W / 44.778889; -88.609444 (Shawano Post Office){{#coordinates:44.778889|-88.609444
name=Shawano Post Office

}} <td class="locality">Shawano</td>

New Deal post office with mural by Eugene Higgins.[104]
6 Tigerton Village Hall and Engine House
November 5, 2008
(#08001036)
215 Cedar St.
44°44′26″N 89°03′50″W / 44.740564°N 89.063836°W / 44.740564; -89.063836 (Tigerton Village Hall and Engine House){{#coordinates:44.740564|-89.063836
name=Tigerton Village Hall and Engine House

}} <td class="locality">Tigerton</td>

Municipal building and fire station, built in 1905 with support from Herman Swanke, partly to protect his nearby lumber mill.[105]

Sheboygan County

St. Croix County

Taylor County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 J. W. Benn Building
December 22, 1983
(#83004320)
202-204 S. Main St.
45°08′14″N 90°20′37″W / 45.137222°N 90.343611°W / 45.137222; -90.343611 (J. W. Benn Building){{#coordinates:45.137222|-90.343611
name=J. W. Benn Building

}} <td class="locality">Medford</td>

This 1912 Beaux-Arts building housed the post office until the 1930s, then Gruener's Bakery,[106] and now Damm Accounting.
2 Big Indian Farms
July 11, 1988
(#87001827)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Perkinstown</td>

About 100 "stray band" Potawatomi, Chippewa and others lived at this remote site from 1896 to 1908. Includes burials and dance ring.[107]
3 Jump River Town Hall
March 28, 1974
(#74000127)
S of WI 73 on Bridge Dr.
45°21′07″N 90°48′10″W / 45.351944°N 90.802778°W / 45.351944; -90.802778 (Jump River Town Hall){{#coordinates:45.351944|-90.802778
name=Jump River Town Hall

}} <td class="locality">Jump River</td>

1915 example of Prairie School architecture, designed by Purcell & Elmslie to suggest a logging camp building, or possibly a wannigan.[108]
4 Medford Free Public Library
April 1, 1993
(#93000259)
104 E. Perkins St.
45°08′02″N 90°20′30″W / 45.133889°N 90.341667°W / 45.133889; -90.341667 (Medford Free Public Library){{#coordinates:45.133889|-90.341667
name=Medford Free Public Library

}} <td class="locality">Medford</td>

This Carnegie library was designed in Prairie School style by Wausau architect Hans Liebert and built in 1916.[109]
5 Medford Post Office
October 24, 2000
(#00001244)
304 S. Main St.
45°08′11″N 90°20′36″W / 45.136389°N 90.343333°W / 45.136389; -90.343333 (Medford Post Office){{#coordinates:45.136389|-90.343333
name=Medford Post Office

}} <td class="locality">Medford</td>

The Colonial Revival-styled post office was built in 1937.[110] It is now used by other businesses.
6 Mondeaux Dam Recreation Area
August 21, 1984
(#84003784)
Roughly bounded by Mondeaux River and Forest Rd.
45°20′01″N 90°27′03″W / 45.333611°N 90.450833°W / 45.333611; -90.450833 (Mondeaux Dam Recreation Area){{#coordinates:45.333611|-90.450833
name=Mondeaux Dam Recreation Area

}} <td class="locality">Westboro</td>

Flowage, campgrounds, and lodge, built by the WPA and CCCs from 1936 to 1938.[111]
7 Historic St. Ann's Catholic Church and Cemetery
December 14, 1995
(#95001455)
W3963 Brehm Ave.
45°16′50″N 90°15′02″W / 45.280556°N 90.250556°W / 45.280556; -90.250556 (Historic St. Ann's Catholic Church and Cemetery){{#coordinates:45.280556|-90.250556
name=Historic St. Ann's Catholic Church and Cemetery

}} <td class="locality">Town of Greenwood</td>

Classic wooden Gothic Revival church built in 1888, at a rural crossroads a few miles east of Chelsea.[112]
8 Taylor County Courthouse
May 14, 1980
(#80000198)
224 S. 2nd, Courthouse Sq.
45°08′15″N 90°20′31″W / 45.1375°N 90.341944°W / 45.1375; -90.341944 (Taylor County Courthouse){{#coordinates:45.1375|-90.341944
name=Taylor County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Medford</td>

Classical Revival courthouse with metal clock dome designed by B. Mehner and built in 1913.[113][114]

Trempealeau County

Vernon County

Vilas County

Walworth County

Washburn County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Mrs. Richard Polson House Upload image
February 8, 1984
(#84003798)
N of Spooner
45°50′20″N 91°52′30″W / 45.838889°N 91.875°W / 45.838889; -91.875 (Mrs. Richard Polson House){{#coordinates:45.838889|-91.875
name=Mrs. Richard Polson House

}} <td class="locality">Spooner</td>

1917 Prairie School home designed by Purcell & Elmslie.[115] Mrs. Polson built the house as a wedding gift for her son and his wife.[116]
2 George V. Siegner House Upload image
March 1, 1982
(#82000716)
513 Dale St.
45°49′43″N 91°53′36″W / 45.828611°N 91.893333°W / 45.828611; -91.893333 (George V. Siegner House){{#coordinates:45.828611|-91.893333
name=George V. Siegner House

}} <td class="locality">Spooner</td>

Queen Anne-styled home built by the owner of Spooner's Big C.O.D. Bee Hive department store of the early 1900s.[117][118]

Washington County

Waukesha County

Waupaca County

Waushara County

[6] Name on the Register Image Date listed[7] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Alanson M. Kimball House
October 20, 1988
(#88002023)
204 Middleton St.
44°09′10″N 89°04′44″W / 44.152778°N 89.078889°W / 44.152778; -89.078889 (Alanson M. Kimball House){{#coordinates:44.152778|-89.078889
name=Alanson M. Kimball House

}} <td class="locality">Pine River</td>

Kimball was a local merchant in Pine River, and eventually a US Congressman. He built this house in 1860 in Greek Revival style and remodelled it in 1901 to the then-popular Colonial Revival style. Included in the listing are garages, an 1860 barn, and a gazebo.[119][120]
2 Waushara County Courthouse, Waushara County Sheriff's Residence and Jail
March 9, 1982
(#82000729)
209 St. Marie St.
44°04′25″N 89°17′24″W / 44.073611°N 89.29°W / 44.073611; -89.29 (Waushara County Courthouse, Waushara County Sheriff's Residence and Jail){{#coordinates:44.073611|-89.29
name=Waushara County Courthouse, Waushara County Sheriff's Residence and Jail

}} <td class="locality">Wautoma</td>

The sheriff's residence and jail is a 1908 brick Georgian Revival building with quoins, designed by C. H. Williams.[121] The courthouse is a Neoclassical building designed by E. A. Stubenrauch and built in 1928.[122]
3 Whistler Mound Group
September 18, 1993
(#93000882)
E of Hancock on FF
Coordinates missing

<td class="locality">Hancock</td>

Two lines of conical mounds and an oval enclosure wall 120 by 51 feet. Probably constructed between 500 and 1200 CE by Late Woodland people.[123]

Winnebago County

Wood County

See also

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