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Clintonville is a city in Waupaca County, Wisconsin, United States.The population was 4,559 at the 2010 census.The area that became Clintonville was first settled in March, 1855.
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While some have been converted into private homes, restaurants, shops or museums, many of our country's most iconic grist mills still work, offering a glimpse into a bygone era that peaked during the Industrial Revolution.To celebrate those simpler times, we've rounded up a photo tour of America's most scenic mills.
Wood County, Wisconsin genealogy. Hagmann: Sister Mary Benedicta: 24 Oct, 1905: 1 Dec, 1855: Wunibald Hagmann: Maria Anna Schmied
When I was a freshman in college I used to talk to people about their hometowns and through them I learned some interesting things. One of them was the existence of an enclosed shopping mall in downtown Oshkosh, Wisconsin (population 63,000). I had always wondered why a city of Oshkosh’s size never seemed to have […]
Jina Valentine’s interdisciplinary practice is informed by the intuitive strategies of American folk artists and traditional craft techniques, and interweaves histories latent within found texts, objects, narratives, and spaces.She has exhibited widely, both in her independent work and with her collaborative project, Black Lunch Table. Valentine has participated in numerous residencies ...
Anchored by two department stores, JCPenney and Green Bay-based ShopKo, with space for a third anchor, CenterPoint Mall opened with space for 60 smaller stores under one enclosed roof. The 220,000 square foot mall was never very successful, despite ample parking in the middle of downtown and only a few blocks from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, a campus with over 10,000 students.
home: The Indiana Mormons at the Haun's Mill Massacre Haun's Mill was named after Jacob Haun, a member of the Church, who built a mill on Shoal Creek between 1835 and 1836.1 In October 1838, there were an estimated 75 families living there, although there were only perhaps a dozen or so houses along with a blacksmith shop and a mill.
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