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  • Author: mhellekjaer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-08-19 10:08:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'18"N - 87°53'48"W
  • Copper Culture State Park contains an ancient burial ground used by the Old Copper Complex Culture of early Native Americans, between 5,000 and 6,000 years ago during the Copper Age. It was rediscovered in June 1952 by a 13-year-old boy who unearthed human bones while playing in an old quarry. By July the first archaeological dig had commenced, as part of the program of the Wisconsin Archaeological Survey. The Charles Werrebroeck Museum, aka, Belgium Home, is a traditional Belgian style farmhouse that was built in 1924 by Charles Werrebroeck, who along with his family, emigrated to the Oconto area from St. Margaret Caprijcke, Belgium in 1911. Artifacts and photographs from excavations on the park's grounds are displayed in the museum.
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  • Date of photography: 2020-08-19 10:07:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'18"N - 87°53'48"W
  • Copper Culture State Park contains an ancient burial ground used by the Old Copper Complex Culture of early Native Americans, between 5,000 and 6,000 years ago during the Copper Age. It was rediscovered in June 1952 by a 13-year-old boy who unearthed human bones while playing in an old quarry. By July the first archaeological dig had commenced, as part of the program of the Wisconsin Archaeological Survey. The Charles Werrebroeck Museum, aka, Belgium Home, is a traditional Belgian style farmhouse that was built in 1924 by Charles Werrebroeck, who along with his family, emigrated to the Oconto area from St. Margaret Caprijcke, Belgium in 1911. Artifacts and photographs from excavations on the park's grounds are displayed in the museum.
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Summer Prairie
Summer Prairie
  • Author: chestnutavephotography Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-08-23 13:45:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'16"N - 87°53'50"W
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Oconto WI (3)
Oconto WI (3)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 09:24:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'2"N - 87°53'4"W
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Oconto WI (1)
Oconto WI (1)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 09:21:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'2"N - 87°53'4"W
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Saint Mark's Episcopal Church- Oconto WI
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church- Oconto WI
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  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 08:59:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'17"N - 87°51'52"W
  • nrhp # 85001684- St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Guild Hall and Vicarage is a historic Episcopal church complex in Oconto, Wisconsin, with its buildings in architectural styles popular when they were constructed. The complex was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 1, 1985 for its architectural significance.[1][2] St. Mark's church is a Neogothic-styled building designed by A.H. James of Kansas City and built in 1900. It has walls of limestone with low buttresses on the south side. The front gable end features an apsidiole at the center at ground level, with a rose window above that and above that on the ridge a stone cross. The main entrance is through a large square corner tower. Inside, the church has a hammerbeam ceiling. The interior was redecorated in 1911, with a maple reredos, a high altar, carved lectern, pulpit and pews. A wood screen was also added, topped with a depiction of the Crucifixion carved by the Lang family of Oberammergau.[3][2] The frame "Guild Hall" north of the current church building was built in 1866-67 across the street by the first Methodist congregation in Oconto. Typical of that period, its style is Greek Revival, with returned cornices and tall windows. In 1894 St. Mark's bought the building and moved it to their site to replace their original building. Only six years later, St. Mark's had outgrown it and built their current church, eventually converting the old church to a social hall. At this point, St. Mark's Guild Hall is the oldest surviving church building in Oconto.[2][4] What is now called the vicarage, north of the guild hall, was built in 1871 by lumberman Edward Fizgerald as his home. Over the years the house was expanded, including bay windows by later owner Edward Davis, a clothes merchant. St. Mark's acquired the building in 1913. Today the building is an interesting combination, with the half-turret bay window and siding suggesting Queen Anne style, but the jerkin gables and fine spindles on the porch suggesting other styles. from Wikipedia
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Saint Joseph's Catholic Church- Oconto WI
Saint Joseph's Catholic Church- Oconto WI
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  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 09:01:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'29"N - 87°51'52"W
  • nrhp # 80000172- St. Peter's and St. Joseph's Catholic Churches are two historic Catholic churches in Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, both built in the 1890s. On November 10, 1980, they were added together to the National Register of Historic Places.[2] Oconto has a long history of French involvement, going back to the Jesuit missionary Allouez and fur-trading days.[3] In 1857 the Catholic church established its first parish in Oconto, St Peter's, building a small wooden church. Initially the congregation was heavily French-American, and the French language was used in services.[2] But there were also non-French Catholics. Over time their numbers grew and they weren't satisfied with the French dominance at St Peter's. In 1869 100 families split off under Father Mathias Schwebach and formed St. Joseph's parish. Most of these families had German, Dutch or Irish roots. To hold the more diverse congregation together, services rotated between English, Dutch, German and Bohemian. Like St. Peter's, St. Joseph's initially built a small wooden church building.[2] But the parishes grew. In 1895 St. Joseph's replaced the wooden building with the brick church that stands today. Carlos Buck of Green Bay designed the new building in High Victorian Gothic style.[4] From the rough stone foundation rise cream brick walls highlighted with red brick trim. Brick buttresses brace the walls. The main entrances on the front are three double doors. Above the central door is a stout tower braced by flying buttresses. The tower rises to a pyramidal spire with four smaller spires on the corners. The large central spire is topped with a cross.[2] Behind the tower, an octagonal roof lantern perches where the gables cross. Inside, the ceiling is decorated with ornamental plaster work. When the church was built, various national groups donated stained glass windows depicting their favored saints.[2] In 1899, four years after St. Joseph's built, St. Peter's replaced their wooden church with a brick one. This one was designed by Henry Foeller of Green Bay, done in Romanesque Revival style.[5] Typical of that style, the foundation is rusticated stone and the arches are round-topped. It is all in red brick, with arcades and emphasis on the vertical. Above the one main front entrance is a tall central tower, with a conical spire topped with a cross. The apse at the back of the building is lit by oculi windows. from Wikipedia
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Saint Peter's Catholic Church- Oconto WI (1)
Saint Peter's Catholic Church- Oconto WI (1)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 09:18:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'15"N - 87°53'0"W
  • nrhp # 80000172- St. Peter's and St. Joseph's Catholic Churches are two historic Catholic churches in Oconto, Wisconsin, United States, both built in the 1890s. On November 10, 1980, they were added together to the National Register of Historic Places.[2] Oconto has a long history of French involvement, going back to the Jesuit missionary Allouez and fur-trading days.[3] In 1857 the Catholic church established its first parish in Oconto, St Peter's, building a small wooden church. Initially the congregation was heavily French-American, and the French language was used in services.[2] But there were also non-French Catholics. Over time their numbers grew and they weren't satisfied with the French dominance at St Peter's. In 1869 100 families split off under Father Mathias Schwebach and formed St. Joseph's parish. Most of these families had German, Dutch or Irish roots. To hold the more diverse congregation together, services rotated between English, Dutch, German and Bohemian. Like St. Peter's, St. Joseph's initially built a small wooden church building.[2] But the parishes grew. In 1895 St. Joseph's replaced the wooden building with the brick church that stands today. Carlos Buck of Green Bay designed the new building in High Victorian Gothic style.[4] From the rough stone foundation rise cream brick walls highlighted with red brick trim. Brick buttresses brace the walls. The main entrances on the front are three double doors. Above the central door is a stout tower braced by flying buttresses. The tower rises to a pyramidal spire with four smaller spires on the corners. The large central spire is topped with a cross.[2] Behind the tower, an octagonal roof lantern perches where the gables cross. Inside, the ceiling is decorated with ornamental plaster work. When the church was built, various national groups donated stained glass windows depicting their favored saints.[2] In 1899, four years after St. Joseph's built, St. Peter's replaced their wooden church with a brick one. This one was designed by Henry Foeller of Green Bay, done in Romanesque Revival style.[5] Typical of that style, the foundation is rusticated stone and the arches are round-topped. It is all in red brick, with arcades and emphasis on the vertical. Above the one main front entrance is a tall central tower, with a conical spire topped with a cross. The apse at the back of the building is lit by oculi windows. from Wikipedia
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Oconto County Courthouse- Oconto WI (4)
Oconto County Courthouse- Oconto WI (4)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 08:55:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'20"N - 87°51'57"W
  • nrhp # 82000690-
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Oconto County Courthouse- Oconto WI (3)
Oconto County Courthouse- Oconto WI (3)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 08:55:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'20"N - 87°51'57"W
  • nrhp # 82000690-
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Oconto County Courthouse- Oconto WI (2)
Oconto County Courthouse- Oconto WI (2)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 08:54:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'20"N - 87°52'0"W
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Oconto County Courthouse- Oconto WI (1)
Oconto County Courthouse- Oconto WI (1)
  • Author: kevystew Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-13 08:54:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'21"N - 87°52'0"W
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07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
  • Author: Dan Reynard Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-03 14:52:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'20"N - 87°51'57"W
  • 07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
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07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
  • Author: Dan Reynard Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-03 14:52:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'21"N - 87°51'57"W
  • 07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
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07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
  • Author: Dan Reynard Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-03 14:53:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'21"N - 87°51'57"W
  • 07-03-2020 Ride Veterans Memorial - Oconto County,WI
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