Chief Waupaca

© Photographed October 16 and 22, 2016
Erected May 28, 1926 by The Woman's Club of Marion
Marion, Waupaca County, Wisconsin
44° 36.959′ N, 88° 53.991′ W

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The marker is located Chief Waupaca County Park on northbound State Highway 110 at its intersection with Schoneck Road, Marion, Wisconsin 54950. 

On page 4 of the Wednesday, June 2, 1926, edition of The Sheboygan Press is reported, in a two-sentence paragraph, the unveiling of this monument. Today's park was known then as a "little Indian burial ground" in which Chief Waupaca is buried. The monument remains the "huge granite boulder" placed in 1926, with the plaque intact. F. M. De Vaud, "on whose land the cemetery lies", is identified as the one who contributed the monument.

These markers are also at this location:

 A serene, beautiful location!

 The entrance to the park (with the marker visible in the distance).

Wisconsin Historical Society "official" Marker 73: Chief Waupaca,
also at this location.

 Signage leading to the marker location.

The marker (visible in the distance to the right) is located at
Chief Waupaca Historical Site in Marion, Wisconsin.

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