Historical Markers in
Door County, Wisconsin

110-114 North 3rd Avenue 41-Foot Utility Boat Large (UTB) 8064 Hwy. 57 8068 Hwy. 57 A Fortunate Mix A Road Less Traveled A State Park System is Formed After the Fire: The Vandermissen Brickworks Site Air Funnel Air Funnel Anchor Anchor Anchor & Capstan Ancient Shorelines Anderson Dock Architecture and History in the WIS 57 Project Area August Zahn Residence Baileys Harbor Lower Range Light Baileys Harbor Town Marina Belgian Settlement in Wisconsin Bradley Crandall Sawmill Site Buoy and Sinker Capstans Captain John Roen Cupola House Door County's Stone Fleet Dunlap Reef Light Tower Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Eastern Terminus Ice Age National Scenic Trail Egg Harbor Ellison Bay Ellsworth L. Peterson Erskine Root Cellar First Permanent Colony in Door County Fish Tug Linda E Fred J. Peterson George J. Baudhuin Halfway to the North Pole Halfway to the North Pole Hay Hardware Historic Euroamerican Settlement of the Door Peninsula Historic Museum Tug John Purves Historic Sturgeon Bay Howard A & Lou E Olson Island Paradise Jacksonport United Methodist Church Joseph Harris, Sr. Karl Overland Karl Overland Leathem and Smith Quarry Life on the Ledge Lost Great Lakes Mariners Masonic Temple Merchants Exchange Bank Namur and the Norbertine Fathers: Community, Education, and Religion among Belgian-Americans Nature of Sister Bay Niagara Escarpment Oak Leaf Anchor Pilot Island Site Portage Park Privilege in the Park Propeller and Shaft Propeller and Stirrup Bearing Propellers from the tug John Purves Public Library Reynolds' Pier Robert E. Peterson Robert Laurie and Alexander Laurie Rudder from the "City of Glasgow" Schooner Christina Nilsson Schooner Rudder Scow Schooner Ocean Wave Semper Paratus Ship Propellers Ship's Double Wheel Shorelines and Sedge Meadows St. Michael the Archangel Steam Barge Joys Steam Engine Steamer Frank O'Connor Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan Ship Canal Sturgeon Bay Bridge Sturgeon Bay's Waterfront History Sturgeon Bay's Waterfront History Sturgeon Bay's Waterfront History Sturgeon Bay's Waterfront History Sturgeon Bay's Waterfront History Sturgeon Bay's Waterfront History The WIS 57 Reconstruction Project in Brown, Kewaunee, and Door Counties The Alexander Noble House The Brussels Cemetery Grotto The Clearing The Episcopal Church of the Holy Nativity The Fire of 1871 and Williamsonville: A 19th Century Euroamerican Settlement in Door County The Fishtug Skipper The Fluke Anchor The Hotz Estate The Niagara Escarpment The Old Bridge The Orchards of Door County The Skipper The Thorp Cabin Town of Jacksonport Town of Liberty Grove Town of Sevastopol Transportation Archaeology on the WIS 57 Project Village of Sister Bay War Memorial Well Site Why Green Bay? Windlass & Associated Equipment Wisconsin State Rock Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church "The Old Rugged Cross" ‘Old Bell’ Tower