Peninsula State Park Potawatomi Totem Pole

 © Photographed September 20, 2015
Peninsula State Park
Fish Creek, Door County, Wisconsin
45.148235,-87.188422 (marker location)
45.149926,-87.190536 (parking lot to access the marker)
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The Totem Pole is located on the golf course at Peninsula State Park, located at

This is an active golf course. To access the Totem Pole you will need permission of the Peninsula State Park Golf Course.

The Totem Pole was erected in 1927, to honor the Potawatomi as the early inhabitants of Door County. Chief Kahquados, who is buried a few steps from the Totel Pole, presided over the two-day long event which included ceremonial singing, dancing, a bonfire, and athletic events.

Peninsula State Park Golf Course

See also, The Grave of Simon Onanguisse Kahquados, also at this location.
















© Screenshot of vintage postcard
Potawatomi Indians, Peninsula State Park, Door County, Wisconsin
NOTE: Do not know if this is from the dedication of the totem pole,


Zoom-in view of the totem pole
and the Chief's burial site from Shore Road. 

It's very easy to miss the totem pole, if you don't know it's there.

The entrance to the golf course where the Totem Pole is located..

The Totem Pole is located at Peninsula State Park
in Fish Creek, Wisconsin.

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