Wisconsin Historical Society "Offical" Markers 51-100

Marker 92: Horicon Marsh

This post includes a digital list of the Wisconsin Historical Society's "official" markers -- organized by number / date erected. Marker 1: Peshtigo Fire Cemetery was erected in 1951. The list now contains more than 550 markers. In my opinion, it's nearly impossible to use this numerical list. When I began my journey in 2012 to visit and photograph the then 532 markers on the list, there was no user-friendly list of the markers. So, the first thing I did was put the list into a logical order by organizing the markers first by county and then numerically; this took nearly 60 hours and was the impetus for the "Wisconsin Historical Markers" website.


Anyway, here's Wisconsin Historical Society's "official" markers 51-100, listed in numerical order:

Marker 51: St. Croix River
(marker in storage at Department of Transportation)

Marker 52: Masonic Home
(visited October 1, 2012)

Marker 53: Old Copper Culture Cemetery
(visited August 7, 2012)

Marker 54: Great Divide
(visited June 25, 2013)

Marker 55: Northern Highland
(visited March 29, 2013)



Marker 58: Lac Du Flambeau
(visited March 29, 2013)

Marker 59: Octagon House
(visited August 12, 2013) 

Marker 60: Plank Road Pioneer Barn
(visited August 12, 2013) 

Marker 61: Fort Winnebago
(visited November 3, 2012)

Marker 62: Red Banks
(visited July 6, 2012)

Marker 63: Marquette
(visited November 3, 2012)

Marker 64: Major "Dick" Bong
(visited June 26, 2013)

Marker 65: Phillips Fire
(visited June 25, 2013)

Marker 66: Mitchell Red Cloud, Jr. (1925-1950)
(visited September 6, 2013) 

Marker 67: Upper Fox River
(visited November 3, 2012)

Marker 68

Marker 69: Menominee Reservation
(visited September 20, 2012) 

Marker 70

Marker 72: The Spark
(visited May 19, 2013)

Marker 73: Chief Waupaca
(visited September 20, 2012)

Marker 74: First Kindergarten
(visited August 12, 2013) 

Marker 75: Belmont-Wisconsin Territory 1836
(visited September 27, 2013)

Marker 76: Dams on the Mississippi
(visited July 24, 2013)

Marker 77: Treaty of the Cedars
(visited August 4, 2012)


Marker 79: Admiral Marc A. Mitscher
(visited July 25, 2013)

Marker 80: The Gideons
(visited September 26, 2013)

Marker 81: Decorah Peak
(visited September 5, 2013)


Marker 83: Governor Rusk
(visited July 24, 2013)

Marker 84: 9XM-WHA
(visited April 25, 2013)


Marker 86

Marker 87: Hop Raising
(visited November 2, 2012

Marker 86: Cranberry Culture
(visited January 4, 2013)

Marker 88: Tomah
(visited September 4, 2013)

Marker 89: The Baraboo Range
(visited June 29, 2012)


Marker 91 [Removed: Content obsolete]
Marker 91: Museum of Medical Progress
(visited July 24, 2013)

Marker 92: Horicon Marsh
(visited September 14, 2012)

Marker 93: Route of Abraham Lincoln
(visited April 25, 2013)

Marker 94: Lac Vieux Desert
(visited March 30, 2013)

Marker 95: Albion Academy
(visited April 26, 2013)

Marker 96
[This number is skipped (reason why unknown) on the
Wisconsin Historical Society List of "Official" Markers]


Marker 98: The Orchards of Door County
(visited September 1, 2012)

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