Portion of Wisconsin Point could get National Register of Historic Places designation

The Superior Telegram reports the city of Superior and Wisconsin Historical Society are working to place a portion of Wisconsin Point on the National Register of Historic Places.

The story notes “the boundaries for the site would extend from the access road to the bird sanctuary on the bay side of Wisconsin Point and extend south to about Lot 15.” The site was a campsite and burial place for Ojibwe people until the 20th century.

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Paul Lundgren

about 8 months ago

Update: Wisconsin Point named to state historic register

As of Aug. 14, 2020, Wisconsin Point is recognized on the Wisconsin Register of Historic Places.

The National Park Service will consider including Wisconsin Point on the National Register of Historic Places in the future.

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