Origin of the Hamburger

© Photographed March 22 and September 19, 2015
Seymour, Outagamie County, Wisconsin
44.512369,-88.32823

Origin of the Hamburger
In 1885 Charles N. Nagreen, a young lad of 15, came to the Seymour Fair to sell meatballs. When he realized people wanted to walk around the fair grounds and eat, he flattened a meatball between two slices of bread and called it a "hamburger." This was the first time the hamburger sandwich was produced and sold.
Charlie and the marker are part of the Seymour Community Museum complex, located on westbound Depot Street, between Mill Street (to the east) and South Main Street / Wisconsin Highway 55 (to the west), at or near 133 Depot Street, Seymour, Wisconsin 54165.

Seymour Community Historical Society 

Wikipedia: Hamburger . . . a very interesting history of my all-time favorite food!

These markers are also at this location:







Charlie and the marker (visible to the far right) is part of the
Seymour Community Museum complex.



Charlie and the marker are located in Seymour, Wisconsin.

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