Kewaunee County Historical Society
About Kewaunee County Historical Society
What's to see and learn about at the KCHS History Center?
We have many historical pictures and items about Kewaunee County on display.
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The mission of the Kewaunee County Historical Society is to collect and preserve the history of Kewaunee County.
Congressman Alvin O’Konski’s personal collection of autographed portrait photos of eight Presidents of the United States and four autographed portrait photos of Speakers of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington D.C. are showcased at the Kewaunee County Historical Society “History Center” at 217 Ellis Street, Kewaunee, Wi. 54217. O’Konski served in Congress from 1943 to 1973. The collection was donated by the O’Konski family members.
Rubens Store, Bar, and Dancehall are on Highway X in Lincoln Town, Kewaunee County
The five pictures presented here feature the Town of Lincoln in northern Kewaunee County. This Town was organized during the Civil War and adopted Presidents Lincoln's name. There are ten Towns in Kewaunee County: Ahnapee, Lincoln, Red River, Luxemburg, Casco, Pierce, Montpelier, West Kewaunee, Franklin and Carlton. The major communities of Kewaunee County are City of Algoma, City of Kewaunee, the County Seat, Village of Luxemburg and the Village of Casco. Future updates to the KCHS Web Site will feature more information and photos of our Towns and Communities. Welcome to Kewaunee County.
Lacrosse Tavern and Dance Hall