Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Riverwalk: Early American Wars: Mexican War

© Photographed December 28, 2014 and October 23, 2016
Erected Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Riverwalk
Delafield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin
43.061566, -88.406588
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MEXICAN WAR

MARKER TRANSCRIPTION IN PROCESS

The Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Riverwalk is located along the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, adjacent to the south bank of the Bark River, and is accessible from a parking lot on the northwest corner of the intersection of Main Street and Dopkins Street, Delafield, Wisconsin 53018.
The Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Riverwalk is designed to help current and future generations of Waukesha County and Southeastern Wisconsin learn about and honor those who defended this country's freedom, through the creation of individual war memorials located on an ecologically sound walkway along the Bark River and through its wetlands. A gateway between local city parks, the Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Riverwalk memorializes the efforts of our armed forces throughout history.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (November 8, 2013): Day Out: Delafield riverwalk honors veterans of U.S. wars


The marker is on the right.









The memorial location on the left, the Bark River on the right.

Follow the signs to the marker location.

Cross over this bridge to access the memorial location.

The memorial is located along the Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Riverwalk.

The memorial is at stop No. 2 on the Veterans Memorial Riverwalk.

The main entrance to the Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Riverwalk,
in Delafield, Wisconsin.

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