National Register of Historic Places listings in Wisconsin


National Register of Historic Places listings in Wisconsin

Buildings, sites, districts, and objects in Wisconsin listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

Contents: Counties in Wisconsin   (links in italic lead to a new page)
Adams - Ashland - Barron - Bayfield - Brown - Buffalo - Burnett - Calumet - Chippewa - Clark - Columbia - Crawford - Dane - Dodge - Door - Douglas - Dunn - Eau Claire - Florence - Fond Du Lac - Forest - Grant - Green - Green Lake - Iowa - Iron - Jackson - Jefferson - Juneau - Kenosha - Kewaunee - La Crosse - Lafayette - Langlade - Lincoln - Manitowoc - Marathon - Marinette - Marquette - Menominee - Milwaukee - Monroe - Oconto - Oneida - Outagamie - Ozaukee - Pepin - Pierce - Polk - Portage - Price - Racine - Richland - Rock - Rusk - Sauk - Sawyer - Shawano - Sheboygan - St. Croix - Taylor - Trempealeau - Vernon - Vilas - Walworth - Washburn - Washington - Waukesha - Waupaca - Waushara - Winnebago - Wood

There are NRHP listings in all of Wisconsin's 72 counties.

Numbers of properties and districts

There are approximately 2,200 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Wisconsin. The numbers of properties and districts in the state or in any of its 72 counties are not directly reported by the National Register. Following are approximate tallies of current listings from lists of the specific properties and districts.[1]

Calumet County Courthouse
Villa Louis, Prairie du Chien, Crawford County

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Wisconsin State Prison Historic District, Waupun, Dodge County
County # of
Sites
1 Adams 2
2 Ashland 38
3 Barron 9
4 Bayfield 21
5 Brown 39
6 Buffalo 13
7 Burnett 9
8 Calumet 10
9 Chippewa 12
10 Clark 14
11 Columbia 55
12 Crawford 25
13 Dane 229
14 Dodge 32
15 Door 63
16 Douglas 18
17 Dunn 6
18 Eau Claire 60
19 Florence 3
20 Fond Du Lac 44
21 Forest 7
22 Grant 34
23 Green 25
24 Green Lake 14
25 Iowa 37
26 Iron 5
27 Jackson 5
28 Jefferson 45
29 Juneau 8
30 Kenosha 26
31 Kewaunee 11
32 La Crosse 52
33 Lafayette 11
34 Langlade 5
35 Lincoln 6
36 Manitowoc 23
37 Marathon 25
38 Marinette 11
39 Marquette 6
40 Menominee 1
41 Milwaukee 230
42 Monroe 11
43 Oconto 24
44 Oneida 22
45 Outagamie 46
46 Ozaukee 34
47 Pepin 2
48 Pierce 8
49 Polk 13
50 Portage 18
51 Price 12
52 Racine 50
53 Richland 15
54 Rock 127
55 Rusk 2
56 Sauk 50
57 Sawyer 3
58 Shawano 5
59 Sheboygan 42
60 St. Croix 34
61 Taylor 8
62 Trempealeau 15
63 Vernon 21
64 Vilas 15
65 Walworth 40
66 Washburn 2
67 Washington 26
68 Waukesha 148
69 Waupaca 24
70 Waushara 3
71 Winnebago 84
72 Wood 20
(duplicates) (2)[2]
Total: 2,211

Current listings in Wisconsin

This list is intended to provide a comprehensive listing of entries in the National Register of Historic Places in the counties covered. National Register properties located in Wisconsin are distributed across all of Wisconsin's 72 counties. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below), may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[3]

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.[4]

Adams County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Adams County Courthouse 01982-03-09March 9, 1982 402 Main St.
43°58′15″N 89°48′55″W / 43.970833°N 89.815278°W / 43.970833; -89.815278 (Adams County Courthouse)
Friendship 1914 Neoclassical building, designed by Arthur Peabody.[6]
2 Roche-a-Cri Petroglyphs
Roche-a-Cri Petroglyphs
01981-05-11May 11, 1981 1.5 miles north of Friendship on Hwy 13
Friendship Oneota rock art on a sandstone bluff, vandalized by early soldiers and settlers.

Ashland County

Barron County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Barron County Pipestone Quarry 01978-12-22December 22, 1978 East of Rice Lake
Rice Lake Site where American Indians dug pipestone for making calumets.[7]
2 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railroad Passenger Station 02007-06-21June 21, 2007 426 Tainter Ave.
45°30′21″N 91°44′19″W / 45.505833°N 91.738611°W / 45.505833; -91.738611 (Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railroad Passenger Station)
Rice Lake Depot built in 1909, before automobiles, when railways were major carriers of both passengers and freight.[8]
3 Cumberland Public Library
Cumberland Public Library
01992-06-25June 25, 1992 1305 Second Ave.
45°32′03″N 92°01′18″W / 45.534167°N 92.021667°W / 45.534167; -92.021667 (Cumberland Public Library)
Cumberland Carnegie Library opened in 1906 with a $10,000 donation from Andrew Carnegie. Style is Classical Revival.[9]
4 Island of Happy Days 01995-02-24February 24, 1995 Stout Island, Red Cedar Lake
45°36′39″N 91°35′16″W / 45.610833°N 91.587778°W / 45.610833; -91.587778 (Island of Happy Days)
Cedar Lake Rustic summer retreat of the heirs of the Stout of Knapp-Stout & Co, the lumber company, from 1903 to 1927.[10]
5 Rice Lake Mounds (47 BN-90)
Rice Lake Mounds (47 BN-90)
01979-09-07September 7, 1979 Address Restricted
Rice Lake Several burial mounds believed to have been constructed by Dakota people near the lakeshore in the northern portion of the city — now located within a city park.
6 St. Mary's Rectory 02011-04-04April 4, 2011 1575 Second Ave.
45°32′19″N 92°01′21″W / 45.538611°N 92.0225°W / 45.538611; -92.0225 (St. Mary's Rectory)
Cumberland Catholic rectory built in 1904 in an unusual mix of Queen Anne and Richardsonian Romanesque styles.[11]
7 Edward N. and Mary T. Stebbins House
Edward N. and Mary T. Stebbins House
02006-10-18October 18, 2006 130 E. Division Ave.
45°24′05″N 91°51′20″W / 45.401389°N 91.855556°W / 45.401389; -91.855556 (Edward N. and Mary T. Stebbins House)
Barron 1895 Georgian Revival house built by Edward N. Stebbins, factory owner and mayor of Barron, who came from Pennsylvania in 1891.[12]
8 Wajiwan ji Mashkode Archeological District
Wajiwan ji Mashkode Archeological District
02003-09-11September 11, 2003 Address Restricted
Rice Lake
9 ZCBJ Hall
ZCBJ Hall
01985-04-11April 11, 1985 320 W. 3rd St.
45°36′28″N 91°46′44″W / 45.607778°N 91.778889°W / 45.607778; -91.778889 (ZCBJ Hall)
Haugen Zapandi Czechoslovakia Brakaska Jednota, or Western Czechoslovakian Faternal Association opera house.

Bayfield County

Brown County

Buffalo County

Burnett County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Altern Site
Altern Site
01980-03-31March 31, 1980 Address Restricted
Hertel
2 Burnett County Abstract Company
Burnett County Abstract Company
01980-05-07May 7, 1980 214 N. Oak St.
45°46′40″N 92°41′01″W / 45.777778°N 92.683611°W / 45.777778; -92.683611 (Burnett County Abstract Company)
Grantsburg 1907 building that housed the Burnett County Abstract Company which performed title searches, facilitating transfers of real estate in the county. The Burnett County courthouse was located across the street until the county seat was moved to Siren.
3 Daniels Town Hall
Daniels Town Hall
02006-12-20December 20, 2006 9602 WI 70
45°46′08″N 92°28′40″W / 45.768889°N 92.477778°W / 45.768889; -92.477778 (Daniels Town Hall)
Daniels Swedish Lutherans built this church at Mud Hen Lake in 1886, but the congregation moved in 1893. The building has been the Daniels Town Hall ever since.[13]
4 Ebert Mound Group (47Bt28)
Ebert Mound Group (47Bt28)
01982-07-09July 9, 1982 Address Restricted
Yellow Lake
5 Fickle Site (47BT25)
Fickle Site (47BT25)
01990-01-26January 26, 1990 Address Restricted
Siren
6 Jacobson House and Mill Site 01980-04-22April 22, 1980 E of Gransburg on SR M
Grantsburg
7 Northwest and XY Company Trading Post Sites 01974-02-15February 15, 1974 N of Webster on County U
Webster Site of competing British fur trading posts of North West Company and XY Company from 1802 to 1805[14], now reconstructed at Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park.[15]
8 Sandrock Cliffs
Sandrock Cliffs
01990-05-01May 1, 1990 Address Restricted45°47′37″N 92°46′11″W / 45.79361°N 92.76972°W / 45.79361; -92.76972 (Sandrock Cliffs)
Grantsburg Remnants of the retreating Cambrian sea left deep sandstone which was carved by glacial meltwater, revealing cliffs revered by indigenous people.
9 Yellow River Swamp Site 47-Bt-36
Yellow River Swamp Site 47-Bt-36
01985-02-28February 28, 1985 Address Restricted
Webster

Calumet County

Chippewa County

Clark County

Columbia County

Crawford County

Dane County

Dodge County

Door County

Douglas County

Dunn County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Colfax Municipal Building 02004-01-28January 28, 2004 613 Main St.
45°00′03″N 91°43′40″W / 45.000833°N 91.727778°W / 45.000833; -91.727778 (Colfax Municipal Building)
Colfax Built around 1915 with local Colfax sandstone, the building housed the police station, fire station, meeting rooms, library, auditorium and banquet hall.[16]
2 Evergreen Cemetery
Evergreen Cemetery
02006-12-06December 6, 2006 N end of Shorewood Dr.
44°53′21″N 91°54′35″W / 44.889167°N 91.909722°W / 44.889167; -91.909722 (Evergreen Cemetery)
Menomonie Knapp, Stout and Co., Menomonie's huge lumber company, started Evergreen as a private cemetery in 1873.[17]
3 Menomonie Downtown Historic District 01986-07-14July 14, 1986 Roughly bounded by Main and Crescent Sts., Fifth St., Wilson, and Second St. and Broadway
44°52′32″N 91°55′28″W / 44.875556°N 91.924444°W / 44.875556; -91.924444 (Menomonie Downtown Historic District)
Menomonie Many buildings older than 100 years, including Italianate and Queen Anne styles, with facades of locally made brick and locally quarried sandstone.[18]
4 Louis Smith Tainter House
Louis Smith Tainter House
01974-07-18July 18, 1974 Broadway at Crescent
44°52′44″N 91°55′45″W / 44.878889°N 91.929167°W / 44.878889; -91.929167 (Louis Smith Tainter House)
Menomonie 1890 home built by Andrew Tainter, a lumberman partner in Knapp, Stout and Co.[19], for his son. Designed in Richardsonian Romanesque style by Harvey Ellis. Later a women's dormitory and now offices of UW-Stout.[20][21]
5 Mabel Tainter Memorial Building
Mabel Tainter Memorial Building
01974-07-18July 18, 1974 205 Main St.
44°52′35″N 91°55′44″W / 44.876389°N 91.928889°W / 44.876389; -91.928889 (Mabel Tainter Memorial Building)
Menomonie Theater, library, and meeting building completed in 1889. Andrew Tainter and his wife built it to honor their daughter Mabel, who enjoyed the arts and died at age 19.[22]
6 Upper Wakanda Park Mound Group
Upper Wakanda Park Mound Group
01999-07-08July 8, 1999 Address Restricted
Menomonie Oval mounds made by Native Americans before historic times.[23]

Eau Claire County

Florence County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Fay Outlet Site (47FL13)
Fay Outlet Site (47FL13)
01989-01-17January 17, 1989 Address Restricted
Long Lake
2 Fern School 01981-03-20March 20, 1981 SW of Florence on WI 101
45°50′10″N 88°23′11″W / 45.836111°N 88.386389°W / 45.836111; -88.386389 (Fern School)
Florence
3 Florence County Courthouse and Jail
Florence County Courthouse and Jail
01985-12-02December 2, 1985 501 Lake St.
45°55′16″N 88°14′56″W / 45.921111°N 88.248889°W / 45.921111; -88.248889 (Florence County Courthouse and Jail)
Florence 1889 local government buildings.

Fond du Lac County

Forest County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Butternut-Franklin Lakes Archeological District
Butternut-Franklin Lakes Archeological District
02007-05-09May 9, 2007 Address Restricted
Hiles 20 sites spanning 4000 years of Native American occupation.[24]
2 Camp Five Farmstead 01996-01-11January 11, 1996 5466 Connor Farm Rd.
45°34′18″N 88°42′08″W / 45.571667°N 88.702222°W / 45.571667; -88.702222 (Camp Five Farmstead)
Laona 1890s logging camp and the farm that supplied that camp. Now a living history museum.[25]
3 Chicago and North-Western Land Office
Chicago and North-Western Land Office
01993-12-23December 23, 1993 4556 N. Branch St.
45°26′21″N 88°39′39″W / 45.439167°N 88.660833°W / 45.439167; -88.660833 (Chicago and North-Western Land Office)
Wabeno The former land office is now Wabeno's public library.
4 Dinesen-Motzfeldt-Hettinger Log House
Dinesen-Motzfeldt-Hettinger Log House
02005-01-12January 12, 2005 3125 WI 55
45°29′06″N 88°58′31″W / 45.485°N 88.975278°W / 45.485; -88.975278 (Dinesen-Motzfeldt-Hettinger Log House)
Mole Lake, Wisconsin (listed as Crandon) 1870s location of a stopping place on the Military Road north of Green Bay. The cabin was once occupied by the father of Karen Blixen, who wrote Out of Africa, during his trapping and trading days.[26] Under restoration as of 2010.
5 Franklin Lake Campground 01988-09-28September 28, 1988 National Forest Rd. 2181
45°55′51″N 88°59′37″W / 45.930833°N 88.993611°W / 45.930833; -88.993611 (Franklin Lake Campground)
Alvin Rustic-styled buildings built by CCCs and WPA starting in 1936.[27]
6 Minertown-Oneva 02010-05-04May 4, 2010 State Trunk Hwy. 32
Carter One-company lumbering town which boomed from 1899 until the mill burned in 1931. Abandoned by 1939.[28]
7 Otter Spring House 01999-06-03June 3, 1999 Approx. 80 meters S of Spring Pond Rd.
45°35′22″N 88°48′49″W / 45.589444°N 88.813611°W / 45.589444; -88.813611 (Otter Spring House)
Lincoln The 1933 cedar log structure was built by a CCC camp to protect the spring, which was their water supply. Water from the spring has special significance to the Potawatomi.[29]

Grant County

Green County

Green Lake County

Iowa County

Iron County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Annala Round Barn 01979-08-27August 27, 1979 S of Hurley
46°25′05″N 90°09′41″W / 46.418056°N 90.161389°W / 46.418056; -90.161389 (Annala Round Barn)
Hurley Round barn built in 1907 by Finnish stonemason Matt Annala.[30]
2 Montreal Company Location Historic District
Montreal Company Location Historic District
01980-05-23May 23, 1980 WI 77
46°25′35″N 90°13′50″W / 46.426389°N 90.230556°W / 46.426389; -90.230556 (Montreal Company Location Historic District)
Montreal The Montreal Mining Company built a planned community for employees in the first few decades of the 20th century.[31][32]
3 Old Iron County Courthouse
Old Iron County Courthouse
01977-07-26July 26, 1977 303 Iron St.
46°26′52″N 90°10′59″W / 46.447778°N 90.183056°W / 46.447778; -90.183056 (Old Iron County Courthouse)
Hurley 1893 courthouse with a 1922 Seth Thomas clockworks.[33]
4 Plummer Mine Headframe 01997-09-24September 24, 1997 0.25 mi (0.40 km). W of jct. of Plummer Mine Rd. and WI 77
46°24′25″N 90°17′31″W / 46.406944°N 90.291944°W / 46.406944; -90.291944 (Plummer Mine Headframe)
Pence Headframe from which miners were lowered into a 2367 foot iron mine that operated from 1904 to 1924. Now the last headframe standing in Wisconsin.[34][35]
5 Springstead 01997-04-17April 17, 1997 Jct. of Old Springfield Tote Rd. and WI 182
46°01′17″N 90°07′26″W / 46.021389°N 90.123889°W / 46.021389; -90.123889 (Springstead)
Sherman Once a Chippewa sugarbush. Then an 1868 French Canadian settlement. Then a northwoods resort.[36]

Jackson County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Black Hawk Powwow Grounds 02007-03-28March 28, 2007 W8426 WI 54E
Komensky Ho-Chunk ceremonial center since at least 1896, where the people gather for ceremonial dances, meetings, and socializing.[37]
2 Black River Falls Public Library 02007-12-27December 27, 2007 321 Main St.
44°17′43″N 90°51′05″W / 44.295278°N 90.851389°W / 44.295278; -90.851389 (Black River Falls Public Library)
Black River Falls 1914 Carnegie library with design influenced by Prairie school. Now a museum of the Jackson County Historical Society.[38]
3 Gullickson's Glen
Gullickson's Glen
01978-12-21December 21, 1978 Address Restricted
Irving Rock shelter with petroglyphs.[39]
4 Silver Mound Archeological District
Silver Mound Archeological District
01975-01-17January 17, 1975 Address Restricted
Alma Center Bluff where Paleo-Indians quarried quartzite for tools shortly after the last glacier receded. This Hixton orthoquartzite is distinctive, so the distribution of the tools gives clues about very early travel and commerce.[40]
5 Union High School
Union High School
01978-01-20January 20, 1978 N. 3rd St.223 N. Fourth St.
44°17′51″N 90°51′05″W / 44.2975°N 90.851389°W / 44.2975; -90.851389 (Union High School)
Black River Falls

Jefferson County

Juneau County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Benjamin Boorman House 01976-05-04May 4, 1976 211 N. Union St.
43°47′57″N 90°04′15″W / 43.799167°N 90.070833°W / 43.799167; -90.070833 (Benjamin Boorman House)
Mauston
2 Cranberry Creek Archeological District
Cranberry Creek Archeological District
01984-07-19July 19, 1984 Address Restricted
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
3 Gee's Slough Mound Group
Gee's Slough Mound Group
01978-03-08March 8, 1978 Address Restricted
New Lisbon
4 Juneau County Courthouse 01982-11-04November 4, 1982 220 E. State St.
43°47′47″N 90°04′31″W / 43.796389°N 90.075278°W / 43.796389; -90.075278 (Juneau County Courthouse)
Mauston
5 Lemonweir Glyphs
Lemonweir Glyphs
01993-11-04November 4, 1993 Address Restricted
Kildare
6 William and Mary Shelton Farmstead 02004-08-04August 4, 2004 N2397 Cty Hwy K
43°43′37″N 90°03′32″W / 43.726944°N 90.058889°W / 43.726944; -90.058889 (William and Mary Shelton Farmstead)
Seven Mile Creek
7 Sprague Bridge
Sprague Bridge
01995-01-23January 23, 1995 Over the Yellow R. SE of Finley, Finley Township
44°11′11″N 90°06′15″W / 44.186389°N 90.104167°W / 44.186389; -90.104167 (Sprague Bridge)
Finley
8 Weston-Babcock House 01979-01-29January 29, 1979 Main St.
44°01′20″N 90°04′12″W / 44.022222°N 90.07°W / 44.022222; -90.07 (Weston-Babcock House)
Necedah

Kenosha County

Kewaunee County

La Crosse County

Lafayette County

Langlade County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Antigo Depot Antigo Depot.jpg 01992-02-10 February 10, 1992 522 Morse St.
45°8′23″N 89°9′24″W / 45.13972°N 89.15667°W / 45.13972; -89.15667 (Antigo Depot)
Antigo
2 Antigo Opera House
Antigo Opera House
01984-01-12January 12, 1984 1016 5th Ave.
45°08′27″N 89°09′31″W / 45.140833°N 89.158611°W / 45.140833; -89.158611 (Antigo Opera House)
Antigo
3 Antigo Post Office
Antigo Post Office
02000-10-24October 24, 2000 501 ClermontSt.
45°08′20″N 89°09′16″W / 45.138889°N 89.154444°W / 45.138889; -89.154444 (Antigo Post Office)
Antigo
4 Antigo Public Library and Deleglise Cabin Antigo public museum.jpgDeleglise Cabin.jpg 01978-12-18 December 18, 1978 404 Superior St.
45°8′17″N 89°9′10″W / 45.13806°N 89.15278°W / 45.13806; -89.15278 (Antigo Public Library and Deleglise Cabin)
Antigo The Deleglise cabin was the first house in Antigo, built in 1877.
5 Langlade County Courthouse
Langlade County Courthouse
01977-07-25July 25, 1977 800 Clermont St.
45°08′38″N 89°09′18″W / 45.143889°N 89.155°W / 45.143889; -89.155 (Langlade County Courthouse)
Antigo

Lincoln County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Center Avenue Historic District
Center Avenue Historic District
01994-06-17June 17, 1994 Roughly bounded by Cedar, Park, Third, Center and Seventh Sts.
45°11′06″N 89°40′56″W / 45.185°N 89.682222°W / 45.185; -89.682222 (Center Avenue Historic District)
Merrill
2 First Street Bridge
First Street Bridge
01996-09-12September 12, 1996 1st St. spanning the Prairie River
45°10′44″N 89°42′12″W / 45.178889°N 89.703333°W / 45.178889; -89.703333 (First Street Bridge)
Merrill
3 Lincoln County Courthouse
Lincoln County Courthouse
01978-04-19April 19, 1978 1110 E. Main St.
45°10′52″N 89°41′02″W / 45.181111°N 89.683889°W / 45.181111; -89.683889 (Lincoln County Courthouse)
Merrill
4 Merrill City Hall
Merrill City Hall
01978-07-12July 12, 1978 717 E. 2nd St.
45°10′49″N 89°41′23″W / 45.180278°N 89.689722°W / 45.180278; -89.689722 (Merrill City Hall)
Merrill
5 Merrill Post Office
Merrill Post Office
02000-10-24October 24, 2000 430 E. Second St.
45°10′53″N 89°41′37″W / 45.181389°N 89.693611°W / 45.181389; -89.693611 (Merrill Post Office)
Merrill
6 T. B. Scott Free Library
T. B. Scott Free Library
01974-01-21January 21, 1974 E. 1st St.
45°10′47″N 89°42′05″W / 45.179722°N 89.701389°W / 45.179722; -89.701389 (T. B. Scott Free Library)
Merrill

Manitowoc County

Marathon County

Marinette County

Marquette County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Bonnie Oaks Historic District 01986-04-03April 3, 1986 Grouse Dr.
43°39′05″N 89°33′39″W / 43.651389°N 89.560833°W / 43.651389; -89.560833 (Bonnie Oaks Historic District)
Briggsville
2 Fountain Lake Farm
Fountain Lake Farm
01990-06-21June 21, 1990 Co. Hwy. F and Gillette Rd.
43°41′24″N 89°23′15″W / 43.69°N 89.3875°W / 43.69; -89.3875 (Fountain Lake Farm)
Montello Associated with life of naturalist John Muir
3 Marquette County Courthouse and Marquette County Sheriff's Office and Jail
Marquette County Courthouse and Marquette County Sheriff's Office and Jail
01982-03-09March 9, 1982 77 W. Park St.
43°47′36″N 89°19′48″W / 43.793333°N 89.33°W / 43.793333; -89.33 (Marquette County Courthouse and Marquette County Sheriff's Office and Jail)
Montello
4 Montello Commercial Historic District
Montello Commercial Historic District
01996-03-07March 7, 1996 Roughly, parts of W. Montello and Main Sts. at the Montello R. and the quarry on E. Montello St.
43°47′31″N 89°19′38″W / 43.791944°N 89.327222°W / 43.791944; -89.327222 (Montello Commercial Historic District)
Montello
5 Charles Samuel Richter House
Charles Samuel Richter House
01996-08-16August 16, 1996 55, 103, and 105 Underwood Ave.
43°47′36″N 89°19′49″W / 43.793333°N 89.330278°W / 43.793333; -89.330278 (Charles Samuel Richter House)
Montello
6 Vaughn's Hall and Blacksmith Shop 02007-06-12June 12, 2007 55 W. Montello St.
43°47′31″N 89°19′46″W / 43.791944°N 89.329444°W / 43.791944; -89.329444 (Vaughn's Hall and Blacksmith Shop)
Montello

Menominee County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Saint Joseph of the Lake Church and Cemetery 02000-06-02June 2, 2000 Address Restricted
Menominee Reservation In South Branch, 16 miles from Keshena, Wisconsin [41]

Milwaukee County

Monroe County

Oconto County

Oneida County

Outagamie County

Ozaukee County

Pepin County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Durand Free Library 01980-02-20February 20, 1980 315 W. 2nd Ave.
44°37′40″N 91°58′00″W / 44.627778°N 91.966667°W / 44.627778; -91.966667 (Durand Free Library)
Durand
2 Pepin County Courthouse and Jail 01982-03-09March 9, 1982 307 W. Madison
44°37′44″N 91°57′53″W / 44.628889°N 91.964722°W / 44.628889; -91.964722 (Pepin County Courthouse and Jail)
Durand

Pierce County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Diamond Bluff Site-Mero Mound Group
Diamond Bluff Site-Mero Mound Group
01975-08-01August 1, 1975 Address Restricted
Diamond Bluff
2 Roscius S. and Lydia R. Freeman House
Roscius S. and Lydia R. Freeman House
02007-05-30May 30, 2007 220 N. Third St.
44°51′41″N 92°37′19″W / 44.861389°N 92.621944°W / 44.861389; -92.621944 (Roscius S. and Lydia R. Freeman House)
River Falls
3 Glen Park Municipal Swimming Pool
Glen Park Municipal Swimming Pool
02007-06-05June 5, 2007 355 Park St.
44°51′18″N 92°38′00″W / 44.855°N 92.633333°W / 44.855; -92.633333 (Glen Park Municipal Swimming Pool)
River Falls
4 H. S. Miller Bank
H. S. Miller Bank
01994-08-19August 19, 1994 223 Broad St.
44°44′59″N 92°48′08″W / 44.749722°N 92.802222°W / 44.749722; -92.802222 (H. S. Miller Bank)
Prescott
5 North Hall-River Falls State Normal School
North Hall-River Falls State Normal School
01986-04-03April 3, 1986 University of Wisconsin
44°51′17″N 92°37′21″W / 44.854722°N 92.6225°W / 44.854722; -92.6225 (North Hall-River Falls State Normal School)
River Falls North Hall of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (housed the Campus School, the last of its kind in the state)
6 Pierce County Courthouse
Pierce County Courthouse
01982-03-09March 9, 1982 411 W. Main St.
44°43′57″N 92°29′05″W / 44.7325°N 92.484722°W / 44.7325; -92.484722 (Pierce County Courthouse)
Ellsworth
7 Daniel Smith House
Daniel Smith House
01984-03-15March 15, 1984 331 N. Lake St.
44°45′02″N 92°48′11″W / 44.750556°N 92.803056°W / 44.750556; -92.803056 (Daniel Smith House)
Prescott
8 South Hall, River Falls State Normal School
South Hall, River Falls State Normal School
01976-11-07November 7, 1976 320 E. Cascade Ave.
44°51′13″N 92°37′23″W / 44.853611°N 92.623056°W / 44.853611; -92.623056 (South Hall, River Falls State Normal School)
River Falls South Hall at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Polk County

Portage County

Price County

Racine County

Richland County

Rock County

Rusk County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Flambeau Mission Church 01979-08-07August 7, 1979 11 miles S of Ladysmith on 27; then 5 miles W on D
45°18′08″N 91°11′55″W / 45.302222°N 91.198611°W / 45.302222; -91.198611 (Flambeau Mission Church)
Washington First church in Rusk County, built in 1882 to serve the French and Indian community called Flambeau Farms.[42]
2 State Bank of Ladysmith 01980-01-17January 17, 1980 102 W. 2nd St.
45°27′52″N 91°06′08″W / 45.464444°N 91.102222°W / 45.464444; -91.102222 (State Bank of Ladysmith)
Ladysmith Classical revival building, formerly known as Pioneer Bank, the Rusk County Bank, and "the bank with the clock."[43]

Sauk County

Sawyer County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Hall-Raynor Stopping Place
Hall-Raynor Stopping Place
01979-08-14August 14, 1979 N of Ojibwa on WI G
45°47′59″N 91°07′00″W / 45.799722°N 91.116667°W / 45.799722; -91.116667 (Hall-Raynor Stopping Place)
Ojibwa A rest stop on the old Chippewa Trail stage line, which generally followed the course of highway 40 from Chippewa Falls north into the pinery in the late 1800s.[44]
2 North Wisconsin Lumber Company Office 01980-05-07May 7, 1980 Florida Ave.
46°00′37″N 91°29′19″W / 46.010278°N 91.488611°W / 46.010278; -91.488611 (North Wisconsin Lumber Company Office)
Hayward
3 Ojibwa Courier Press Building 01982-03-01March 1, 1982 E of Radisson at 110 Ojibwa Mall
45°47′50″N 91°06′56″W / 45.797222°N 91.115556°W / 45.797222; -91.115556 (Ojibwa Courier Press Building)
Raddison 1922 newspaper office in Ojibwa, a community planned to settle immigrant farmers in Wisconsin's cutover.[45]

Shawano County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Laney School 01998-12-04December 4, 1998 N1675 Laney Rd.
44°38′36″N 88°17′34″W / 44.643333°N 88.292778°W / 44.643333; -88.292778 (Laney School)
Maple Grove
2 Lutheran Indian Mission
Lutheran Indian Mission
01980-10-22October 22, 1980 NE of Gresham on WI G
44°52′39″N 88°45′35″W / 44.8775°N 88.759722°W / 44.8775; -88.759722 (Lutheran Indian Mission)
Gresham
3 Shawano Main Street Historic District ShawanoWisconsinMainStreetHistoricDistrict1WIS22.jpg

ShawanoWisconsinMainStreetHistoricDistrict2WIS22.jpg

01999-04-09 April 9, 1999 Roughly including E. Division St. and S. Main St.
44°46′51″N 88°36′33″W / 44.78083°N 88.60917°W / 44.78083; -88.60917 (Shawano Main Street Historic District)
Shawano
4 Shawano Post Office
Shawano Post Office
02000-10-24October 24, 2000 235 S. Main St.
44°46′44″N 88°36′34″W / 44.778889°N 88.609444°W / 44.778889; -88.609444 (Shawano Post Office)
Shawano
5 Tigerton Village Hall and Engine House 02008-11-05November 5, 2008 215 Cedar St.
44°44′26″N 89°03′50″W / 44.740564°N 89.063836°W / 44.740564; -89.063836 (Tigerton Village Hall and Engine House)
Tigerton

Sheboygan County

St. Croix County

Taylor County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 J. W. Benn Building
J. W. Benn Building
01983-12-22December 22, 1983 202-204 S. Main St.
45°08′14″N 90°20′37″W / 45.137222°N 90.343611°W / 45.137222; -90.343611 (J. W. Benn Building)
Medford This 1912 Beaux-Arts building housed the post office until the 1930s, then Gruener's Bakery, and now Damm Accounting.
2 Big Indian Farms
Big Indian Farms
01988-07-11July 11, 1988 Address Restricted
Perkinstown
3 McKinley Town Hall
McKinley Town Hall
01974-03-28March 28, 1974 S of WI 73 on Bridge Dr.
45°21′07″N 90°48′10″W / 45.351944°N 90.802778°W / 45.351944; -90.802778 (McKinley Town Hall)
Jump River 1915 example of Prairie School architecture, designed by Purcell & Elmslie.
4 Medford Free Public Library
Medford Free Public Library
01993-04-01April 1, 1993 104 E. Perkins St.
45°08′02″N 90°20′30″W / 45.133889°N 90.341667°W / 45.133889; -90.341667 (Medford Free Public Library)
Medford This Carnegie library was built in 1916 in the Prairie School style.[46]
5 Medford Post Office
Medford Post Office
02000-10-24October 24, 2000 304 S. Main St.
45°08′11″N 90°20′36″W / 45.136389°N 90.343333°W / 45.136389; -90.343333 (Medford Post Office)
Medford The Colonial Revival-styled post office was built in 1937. It is now used by other businesses.
6 Mondeaux Dam Recreation Area
Mondeaux Dam Recreation Area
01984-08-21August 21, 1984 Roughly bounded by Mondeaux River and Forest Rd.
45°20′01″N 90°27′03″W / 45.333611°N 90.450833°W / 45.333611; -90.450833 (Mondeaux Dam Recreation Area)
Westboro Flowage, campgrounds, and lodge, built by the WPA and CCCs from 1936 to 1938.
7 Saint Ann's Catholic Church and Cemetery
Saint Ann's Catholic Church and Cemetery
01995-12-14December 14, 1995 W3963 Brehm Ave.
45°16′50″N 90°15′02″W / 45.280556°N 90.250556°W / 45.280556; -90.250556 (Saint Ann's Catholic Church and Cemetery)
Greenwood 1888 rural church, a few miles east of Chelsea.
8 Taylor County Courthouse
Taylor County Courthouse
01980-05-14May 14, 1980 224 S. 2nd, Courthouse Sq.
45°08′15″N 90°20′31″W / 45.1375°N 90.341944°W / 45.1375; -90.341944 (Taylor County Courthouse)
Medford 1914 example of Classical Revival style.

Trempealeau County

Vernon County

Vilas County

Walworth County

Washburn County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Mrs. Richard Polson House 01984-02-08February 8, 1984 N of Spooner
45°50′20″N 91°52′30″W / 45.838889°N 91.875°W / 45.838889; -91.875 (Mrs. Richard Polson House)
Spooner
2 George V. Siegner House 01982-03-01March 1, 1982 513 Dale St.
45°49′43″N 91°53′36″W / 45.828611°N 91.893333°W / 45.828611; -91.893333 (George V. Siegner House)
Spooner

Washington County

Waukesha County

Waupaca County

Waushara County

[5] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Alanson M. Kimball House 01988-10-20October 20, 1988 204 Middleton St.
44°09′10″N 89°04′44″W / 44.152778°N 89.078889°W / 44.152778; -89.078889 (Alanson M. Kimball House)
Pine River
2 Waushara County Courthouse, Waushara County Sheriff's Residence and Jail 01982-03-09March 9, 1982 209 St. Marie St.
44°04′25″N 89°17′24″W / 44.073611°N 89.29°W / 44.073611; -89.29 (Waushara County Courthouse, Waushara County Sheriff's Residence and Jail)
Wautoma
3 Whistler Mound Group 01993-09-18September 18, 1993 Address Restricted
Hancock

Winnebago County

Wood County

See also

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  1. ^ The approximate counts are the best available. There are frequent additions to the listings, and occasional delistings, and the counts here may not be perfectly updated. Also, not counted are most boundary increase listings, which increase the area covered by a historic district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.
  2. ^ The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Apostle Islands Lighthouses (Bayfield and Ashland) and Merrimac Ferry (Columbia and Sauk)
  3. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by Google maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
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