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Duck Creek is a creek originating in the Burma Swamp located in Outagamie County and flows through Hobart and Howard townships. Early trappers settled the area and named it Duck Creek because of the number of ducks along the bank in Spring. The Town of Howard was established in 1835.

Howard-Suamico Historical Society Howard-Suamico

The Howard-Suamico Historical Society is a 501C(3) non-profit organization that is an affiliate of the Wisconsin Historical Society, Northeastern Region and of the Wisconsin Council of Local History. For further information, please contact Tim Rasmussen @ 920-434-3514.

Sites & Books Of Interest Howard-Suamico Historical

At least two Native American burial sites have been identified: one along Duck Creek and one along the Bay. Other important areas for archeological sites are in the old village of Duck Creek near the Glendale quarry. This is where records indicate Native American and European settlement 17th-19th centuries.

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Duck Creek is a creek originating in the Burma Swamp located in Outagamie County and flows through Hobart and Howard townships. Early trappers settled the area and named it Duck Creek because of the number of ducks along the bank in spring. The town of Howard was established in 1835.

The Early History of Duck Creek: Part III The Press

Dec 01, 2018 By Melinda Anne Roberts Hobby historian and “Little Wisconsin” author Editor’s note: This article is the final part of the series. For more information about the history of Duck Creek and Howard, visit the Howard-Suamico Historical Society website at hshistoricalsociety, or visit gopresstime

Howard-Suamico Historical Society Items_For_Sale

Memories of Old Duck Creek by Jeanne & Lester Rentmeester. This is the first book written by Les and Jeanne. The purpose was to record a section of the Village of Howard history that was available from stories passed down in the family, combined with old letters in French and English, receipts and account books from the old saloon, quarry and lumber business and other papers left by the Rioux

Items for Sale Howard-Suamico Historical Society Howard

A copy of the Duck Creek Brick Company history is included with each brick sold. Now available with inscribed wood base. Howard-Suamico Historical Society T-Shirts $10.00 These t-shirts are screen printed with the HSHS logo, available in medium, large, and X-large

Howard-Suamico Historical Society Research

Dominick Brunette (1780-1862) Early Green Bay Family from Canada to Duck Creek, Wisconsin. Double Wedding Ring by Patricia Wendorf (3 copies) Dutch Webbers of Indiana and Illinois. Early Duck Creek History by Jeanne and Les Rentmeester. Exhibiting your Community’s Heritage by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin

The Wisconsin History Spot: The early history of Duck Creek

Sep 27, 2018 This is a sketch of Frenchman Joseph Roy's (Roi/Rioux) fur-trading post in what is now known as Howard the 1770s. Made of logs, the post was about 35-feet long by 20-feet wide, with limestone fireplaces on either end. Image Courtesy of the Howard-Suamico Historical Society.

Vandervest H-D and Harley’s Owner Group present check to M

Nov 21, 2019 Howard’s Duck Creek Quarry Park beach to close on Sept. 8th Howard-Suamico Historical Society to open Ancestry Acres for visitors on Sept. 16 Howard-Suamico Lions hold successful White Cane Drive

duck creek quarries howardsuamico historical society

The Duck Creek Historical Society owns and operates the museum and Plank House. Along with historic paintings, furnishings, and documents, the museum offers special exhibits almost every month, for example, milk bottles of local dairies from days gone by, antique tools, fire company memorabilia, and antique toys and trains.

The Community Bulletin HSBPA

Howard’s Duck Creek Quarry Park has new rules Duck Creek Quarry Park, located at 2140 Glendale Avenue in Howard, is now open, but the beach area is The Howard-Suamico Historical Society will open the Ancestry Acres farm home and barn to visitors

Duck Creek Quarry growing overwhelmingly popular

In Howard, that’s called the Duck Creek Quarry. Wisconsin Humane Society offering fur therapy with ‘Wednesday Wags’ program for school kids by Calvin Lewis / Oct 14, 2020.

Bulletin HSBPA

Sep 24, 2020 The Howard-Suamico Historical Society will open the Ancestry Acres farm home and barn to visitors on Wednesday, September 16th, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Stop by and visit with Howard-Suamico Historical Society members and check out the barn restoration and the museum pieces in the home. The granary is newly opened and has new

News HSBPA

The Howard-Suamico Historical Society will open the Ancestry Acres farm home and barn to visitors on Wednesday, September 16th, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Stop by and visit with Howard-Suamico Historical Society members and check out the barn restoration and the museum pieces in the home. The granary is newly opened and has new

Vandervest H-D and Harley’s Owner Group present check to M

Nov 21, 2019 Howard’s Duck Creek Quarry Park beach to close on Sept. 8th Howard-Suamico Historical Society to open Ancestry Acres for visitors on Sept. 16 Howard-Suamico Lions hold successful White Cane Drive

Duck Creek Bridge NSW Environment, Energy and Science

Duck Creek Bridge has historical significance at a State level. The site and its associated history demonstrate the development of bridge building technology over a period of more than 200 years. It is also significant due to its association with noted colonial bridge designer and builder David Lennox and on this basis it is also rare.

Village of Suamico Business Directory

Duck Creek Pop Warner P.O. Box 208 Suamico,€WI€54173 Football club Howard-Suamico Historical Society 605 Maywood Ave. 605 Maywood Ave. Green Bay, WI 54303 Historical club Howard-Suamico Lions Club 1369 Portside Ln. 1369 Portside Ln.

Brown County Wisconsin State Genealogical Society (WSGS)

Cemeteries: Directions: To obtain a copy of any of the cemeteries listed, please follow the steps below.Please make checks payable to "WSGS". Please note: These transcriptions are not complete and were copied during various years before about 1990, so will not have more recent graves in them. 1.Enclose $2.00 US for postage and $0.50 per page. 2. Include the county and exact name of each

Duck River Cache, Page 1 Lithic Casting Lab

It was reported that, "the cache of 46 flint artifacts were enough pieces to fill a bushel basket." In 1895, the collection was purchased from W. H. Meadow and R. W. Childs by the Missouri Historical Society for $250. and displayed in St. Louis, Missouri for several years in the Jefferson Memorial Museum.

Glimpses of the Past: July 21 Green Bay Press-Gazette

Jul 20, 2014 — Information from the Howard-Suamico Historical Society via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. DUCK CREEK. July 24, 1890. A party of about 35 young people from this city and Green Bay very pleasantly

VILLAGE OF HOWARD

The Town of Howard was established in 1835 and gradually developed along Duck Creek as a center for mail delivery, farming, quarrying and lumbering. By 1856, Howard had its own school and was quickly becoming well known for its Duck Creek stone quarries. By

Stycznski receives H-S Lions Community Service Award HSBPA

May 01, 2019 Howard’s Duck Creek Quarry Park beach to close on Sept. 8th Howard-Suamico Historical Society to open Ancestry Acres for visitors on Sept. 16 Howard-Suamico Lions hold successful White Cane Drive

Howard-Suamico School District COVID Comeback Task Force

Jul 30, 2020 Howard’s Duck Creek Quarry Park beach to close on Sept. 8th Howard-Suamico Historical Society to open Ancestry Acres for visitors on Sept. 16 Howard-Suamico Lions hold successful White Cane Drive

duck creek quarries howardsuamico historical society

The Duck Creek Historical Society owns and operates the museum and Plank House. Along with historic paintings, furnishings, and documents, the museum offers special exhibits almost every month, for example, milk bottles of local dairies from days gone by, antique tools, fire company memorabilia, and antique toys and trains.

Stycznski receives H-S Lions Community Service Award HSBPA

May 01, 2019 Howard’s Duck Creek Quarry Park beach to close on Sept. 8th Howard-Suamico Historical Society to open Ancestry Acres for visitors on Sept. 16 Howard-Suamico Lions hold successful White Cane Drive

Vandervest Harley-Davidson donates $3,089 to Exceptional

Howard’s Duck Creek Quarry Park beach to close on Sept. 8th Howard-Suamico Historical Society to open Ancestry Acres for visitors on Sept. 16 Howard-Suamico Lions hold successful White Cane Drive

Barbara Rodaer Obituary (1937 2019) Green Bay Press

Barbara Ann RodaerGreen Bay Barbara Ann Rodaer, 82, longtime resident of Duck Creek, passed away Monday, December 16, 2019. She was born on April

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Jul 7, 2016 Explore JoAnne Bickel-Custer's board "Howard-Suamico / Green Bay History", followed by 150 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Green bay, Green bay wisconsin, History.

Village of Suamico Business Directory

Duck Creek Pop Warner P.O. Box 208 Suamico,€WI€54173 Football club Howard-Suamico Historical Society 605 Maywood Ave. 605 Maywood Ave. Green Bay, WI 54303 Historical club Howard-Suamico Lions Club 1369 Portside Ln. 1369 Portside Ln.

Glimpses of the Past: July 21 Green Bay Press-Gazette

Jul 20, 2014 — Information from the Howard-Suamico Historical Society via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. DUCK CREEK. July 24, 1890. A party of about 35 young people from this city and Green Bay very pleasantly

Glimpses of the Past: Aug. 25-31 Green Bay Press-Gazette

Aug 24, 2014 The south 20 feet of the new roadway west of the Duck Creek bridge, to connect with the three lane pavement between the two quarries, was to be opened to

Re: Duck Creek, WI. Genealogy

Apr 04, 2009 2.1.7) George Fournier b. 1873 in Wisconsin d. 01 Oct1939 at home, Duck Creek, Town of Howard, Brown County, Wisconsin. Cause of Death: Heart Attack (1), Married about 1900 to Myrtle Williquette 1866 1939

Duck River Cache, Page 1 Lithic Casting Lab

It was reported that, "the cache of 46 flint artifacts were enough pieces to fill a bushel basket." In 1895, the collection was purchased from W. H. Meadow and R. W. Childs by the Missouri Historical Society for $250. and displayed in St. Louis, Missouri for several years in the Jefferson Memorial Museum.

Glimpses of the Past: Oct. 6-12 Green Bay Press-Gazette

Oct 05, 2014 DUCK CREEK. Oct. 7, 1932 — Information from the Howard-Suamico Historical Society via the Brown County Democrat. DE PERE. 15 years ago — 1999

Barbara Rodaer Obituary Green Bay, Wisconsin Legacy

Dec 20, 2019 Barbara Ann Rodaer Green Bay Barbara Ann Rodaer, 82, longtime resident of Duck Creek, passed away Monday, December 16, 2019. She was born on April 11, 1937, in Green Bay to Leonard and Henrietta

Green Bay-Howard Suamico 2015 by Gannett Wisconsin Media

Jun 18, 2015 When Fort Howard Military Post was constructed, Duck Creek became a main supplier for its lumber and food needs. According to information from the Howard- Suamico Historical Society

Rosella Sconzert (1927 2017) Obituary

Sconzert, Rosella M.Rosella M. Sconzert, 90, Howard, died Saturday, September 23, 2017. She was born May 29, 1927, in Francis Creek to George and Stella (Roskom) Leiterman. The family moved to Duck