Wisconsin Historical Society "Offical" Markers 301-350


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 301-350, listed in numerical order:

(visited October 20, 2017)

Marker 302: Father Caspar Rehrl
(visited June 7, 2017)



Marker 305: Cordelia A. P. Harvey
(visited May 19, 2013)

Marker 306: World War I
(visited September 15, 2013)



Marker 309: Pabst Theater
(visited September 13, 2013)
Marker 311: Captain Frederick Pabst
(visited October 9, 2016)






Marker 317: Frederick Jackson Turner
(visited April 1, 2017)









Marker 326: Boaz Mastodon
(visited July 23, 2013)

Marker 327: Sinking of the Lady Elgin
(visited August 21, 2012)


Marker 329: Primrose Lutheran Church
(visited April 25, 2013)


Marker 331: Wisconsin’s German Settlers
(visited October 25, 2015)



Marker 334: Fox-Irish Cemetery
(visited May 5, 2017)

Marker 335: Fort Defiance
(visited September 27, 2013)


Marker 337: Mazomanie
(visited July 10, 2015)

Marker 338: The Lower Narrows
(visited October 8, 2014)

Marker 339: Edward S. Bragg
(visited September 28, 2012)



NOTE: This is a two-sided marker

Marker 343: Historic Mineral Point
(visited September 27, 2013)


Marker 345: Solomon Juneau House
(visited October 1, 2012)

Marker 346: Rib Lake Lumber Company
(visited June 28, 2013)

Marker 347: Edgar Sawyer House
(visited November 7, 2015)

Marker 348: Historic Oostburg
(visited July 4, 2015)

Marker 349: Village of Neshonoc
(visited September 4, 2013)



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