| Kewaunee County
Meeting information and news
Driving Tour of Historic Kewaunee County
|Kewaunee County History|
|Kewaunee County web site||KCHS Master Index of resources||On Line Store|
|Railroad History||Maps||Genealogy Links|
|Maritime History||Newspaper clippings Kewaunee county||Linkpendium Kewaunee County|
|Jail Museum||WI Local History Network||Cemeteries|
|Military History||WI Historical Society - Local History||Algoma Public Library|
|Agriculture and dairy||National Register of Historic Places||Kewaunee Public Library|
|Church Histories||Historic Markers||Local Newspapers|
|Forestry and lumber||Kewaunee County|
|Historic Buildings||Commemorative BIO's||Photo Library|
|Government History||Let's Get Acquainted Index||Other Research Sources|
|Township History||NEW Photo collection and Index|
|NEW Obit-1990-1996 Obit 1998-2001|
|KCHS Newsletters||NEW Marriages 1990-1996||Algoma High School|
|Membership to KCHS||Table of Contents||Search this web site|
Kewaunee County Research Center
219 Steele St. Algoma, 54201
Phone: (920) 487-2516
Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from Noon to 4pm
A special request to open the research center has a fee of $10.00 dependant upon availability of a staff member.
Covering these areas in Wisconsin. Casco, Luxemburg, Kewaunee, Algoma (Ahnapee)
County Research Center received the 2005 Governor's award for Archival
Achievment. The award mentions Virginia Feld Johnson, George Miller, Carl
Braun, Hans Nell, Ken Wolske, Tammy Etienne, Audry Krautkramer, Harold Heidmann
The Kewaunee County Research Center has numerous historical
books, Maps, Centenniel Books, Photo albums and Genealogy histories of Kewaunee
county. Duplicate enlargement photos may be purchased by contacting the center.
Visit our on line store for listings of items that are
available. Contact the webmaster if you have a historic photo that you would like to
provide to add to the research archive. We would also be interested in images of old
picture postcards of Kewaunee County scenes. The center and the website is staffed by
volunteers that are very knowledgeable about the local history. Call or visit to see
what is available.
|Kewaunee County, Wisconsin consists of
the following townships:
Ahnapee, Carlton, Casco, Franklin, Lincoln, Montpelier, Pierce, Red River, Luxemburg.
The county is located east of Brown County, north of Manitowoc County and South of Door County.
This web site is being built and maintained by Tom Duescher as a volunteer for the Kewaunee County Historical Society