Historical Markers in
Columbia County, Wisconsin

A Glimpse of the Old Dells Alexander Mitchell Steamboat Anchor Angie Williams Cox Public Library Bailey's Landing Bailey’s Eddy – Municipal Dock Belle Boyd Civil War Monument Columbia County Asylum Cemetery Columbus City Hall Columbus Public Library David J. Jones Dickason Park / Toppe Field Fall River Dam Farmers & Merchants Union Bank First Evangelical Lutheran Church Fort Winnebago Fort Winnebago Surgeons' Quarters Frederick Jackson Turner Geology of the Wisconsin Dells George H. Crandall Governor James Taylor Lewis / Governor Lewis: Civil War Era Grand Army of the Republic Memorial H. H. Bennett Studio H.H. Bennett Photography & Promotion of the Wisconsin Dells Area Henry Hamilton Bennett Hero of the Red River Historic Indian Agency House Historic Pardeeville / Belmont Hotel Historic Tree Historical Site History of the Wisconsin Dells Indians -- Flora & Fauna Inglehart Church Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet John Muir View Ketchum’s Point Kilbourn City Kilbourn City Kingsley Bend Indian Mounds Korean and Vietnam Veterans Memorial Leaping the Chasm Lumber Raftsmen Major Elbert Dickason / Dickason's "Hotel" Marquette Natural Ingenuity Pardeeville World War I Memorial Pierre Pauquette Ferry Potters' Emigration Society Rest Areas on the I-Roads Revolutionary War Veteran River Excursions Samuel & Chloe Leonard Doud Site of Fort Winnebago Society Hill Historic District St. Mary's of the Pines Stroud Bank The Circus The Ho-Chunk People The Indian Agency House The Kilbourn Dam The Merrimac Ferry The Old Village of Dekorra The Railroads The Wisconsin River This Beauty Is Yours Because Others Before You Love The Dells Trinity United Church of Christ Veterans of the American Revolution Memorial Bridge Wallis Rowan and His Cabin Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Highway World War I Roll of Honor World War II Memorial Wyona Park / Rifle Pit Legend Zona Gale
The famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright was born and raised in Wisconsin. Many of his most famous buildings, including Taliesin and the Johnson Wax headquarters, are located in the state.
~ Wisconsin random facts