Marker 402: Ocooch Mountains

© Photographed July 23, 2013
Erected 1998 by Wisconsin Historical Society
Boaz, Richland County, Wisconsin
43° 20.055′ N, 90° 31.577′ W
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OCOOCH MOUNTAINS
During the Black Hawk War of 1832, Black Hawk's band and the pursuing military ventured into this unknown terrain of steep ridges and valleys. Following nearby Mill Creek, some of the band headed over these rugged hills known as the Ocooch Mountains. Along the way, many Indians died from exhaustion, starvation and battle wounds.
The marker is located in Boaz Community Park on State Highway 171, north of its intersection with Park Drive, at 17010 State Highway 171, Richland Center, Wisconsin 53581.

Use the "black hawk war" label below to view all related posts on this website; there are many.

Black Hawk War of 1812

Wikipedia: Black Hawk War

Education for Liberation: Black Hawk: Chief of the Sauk Nation 

See also, Marker 315: Richard M. Brewer, also at this location.




Signage leading to marker.


The marker is located in Boaz, Wisconsin.

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