Historical Markers in
Ozaukee County, Wisconsin

A Lakefront in Transition A Reminder of Days Past A Unique Dinner Bell About the Quarry and the Limestone Anchor from Steamer Toledo Ancient Paths Baeseman Log Cabin Birthplace of Flag Day Blake Building Bublitz Store Cedarburg Mill Cedarburg Woolen Mill Cemetery Outhouse Chair Factory History Charles A Mueller Tannery (1872-1903) Cistern Coal Dock Park Prairie Restoration Concordia Mill Deckers Corners Destination and Uses of the Limestone Excess Soil Fire! Fire! Fire! Fishermen's Park Access Bridge Five Corners From Booming Business to Quiet Park Gierach Smokehouse Grafton Lime Kilns Hamilton Hamilton Turnhalle Henry Kolwey Homesite Historic Cedarburg Historic Thiensville In Loving Memory In memory of Pater J Schardt Interurban Bridge / Riding the Interurban Isham Day House John F. Gierach House Kaehlers Mill Klumb-Beuscher Bake Oven Lake Michigan Habitat Lakeside Brewery Site Last Covered Bridge Leland Stanford Liberty Tree Memorial Lime Kiln Dam Lime Kiln Dam Removal Limestone Little Quarry Loppnow Drug Store Louis and Pauline Staudy Residence Maas-Bublitz Residence Mueller Machine Shed Murder! National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark Northerner Of Valor and Sorrow Oil House Oldest Lutheran Church in Wisconsin Origin of Cedar Creek / Mills on the Creek Oscar Bublitz Store 1920 Paramount Records & F.W. Boerner Company Paramount Records Legacy Parsonage Barn Play Ball Port Washington Civil War Draft Riot Port Washington Fire Engine House Port Washington Light Station Port Washington State Bank Centennial Pavilion Pot Kiln Propeller from the S.S. Badger Radue Chicken Coop Reimer, Gerlach Residence Robert Cooley Homestead Sauk Creek Habitat Improvement Project Schumacher Building Sidewheel Steamer Niagara St. Cecilia Catholic Church St. Mary's Church Stone Crusher Stonehaven Housing Teacherage Summer Kitchen The Art of Commercial Fishing The Blues Trail: Paramount Records The Commercial House The Company Store The Company Town The First 100 Years The History of Knellsville, WI The History of the Boerner Building The Krier House The Lights of Port Washington The Northerner The Old Ozaukee County Courthouse The Saukville Trails The Steamer Niagara: The Fiery End The Wilson House The Wisconsin Chair Company Fire They Had To Go A Fishin' Thiensville Hotel Thiensville Mills Thiensville Recreation Parlor Thiensville State Bank Thiensville’s First Bank Thiensville’s First General Store Those That Fished Toledo 1854-1856 Trinity Horse Shed Reconstruction Trinity School Woodshed Veterans Memorial Village Hall & Fire House 1914 Vogt Woodshed/Radue Gas Engine Washington Avenue Historic District / Historic District Architecture Water Transport Welcome to the Grafton Riverwalk Well Wisconsin Street School Bell Wisconsin's German Settlers Wisconsin’s Luxembourgers Woodland Habitat