Wisconsin Heights Battlefield

© Photographed July 10, 2015
Erected 1923 by John Bell Chapter, D.A.R. Madison
Mazomanie, Dane County, Wisconsin
43.245023,-89.72315

WISCONSIN HEIGHTS
BATTLEFIELD
Near this site
the Sauk Chieftan
BLACK HAWK
and his band
were overtaken
by Wisconsin and
Illinois Troops
on July 21, 1832

Erected by the
John Hill Chapter
D.A.R. Madison
September 3, 1923

The marker is located near a highway pulloff on northbound Wisconsin Highway 78, south of its intersection with County Highway Y, Mazomanie, Wisconsin 53560.

The Black Hawk War of 1832

Wikipedia: Black Hawk War 

Black Hawk Unit: Lower Wisconsin State Riverway

Education for Liberation: Black Hawk: Chief of the Sauk Nation
 
See also, Marker 395: Battle of Wisconsin Heights, also at this location.

This marker is included in the "black hawk war" marker series. Use the "Black Hawk War in Wisconsin" label, below, to locate all markers in this series included on the Wisconsin Historical Markers website.


See also, Marker 395: Battle of Wisconsin Heights, also at this location.
 Follow the narrow trail to the left to access the
Wisconsin Heights Battlefield marker.

Walk down the path to the left to access the marker.

The hidden marker faces Wisconsin Highway 78.


The marker is located in the Black Hawk Unit
of the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway.


Signage leading to the marker's location.

 The marker is located near Mazomanie, Wisconsin.

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