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This will be used as the "Warehouse." We know that the Wakely's did operate a warehouse on site. Visit a true Victorian House with authentic furnishings. The Historic Blooming Grove Historical Society maintains the 1856 Nathaniel W Dean House as a living museum.Open Sat, Sun, and Summer Holidays; from 1 pm to 4 pm; Memorial Day to Labor Day. Owned and Operated by the Waupaca Historical Society. Furnishings reflect the life of a gentleman farmer and his family during the last half of the Nineteenth Century in Wisconsin.

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They provide standard and custom aluminum extrusion stocking solutions through an unapparelled combination of logistics, technology and innovation.To know more about Orange Aluminum click on the button below.Buildings on site: Wakely house, blacksmith shop, chicken coup, a late 1890's log cabin, a one room school house known as "Columbia School House," a work shed and an "Ice Room." We are putting together a cedar log barn.We have another former mid 1850's type barn to be put together. Guided tours of the first large home in Waupaca, built in 1854.At the end of Rustic Road 69; next to the Ice Age Trail and historic Portage Canal. Call 608-742-6362.1490 Agency House Road, Portage, Columbia County.

Located across the Wisconsin river, the house was built by the Wakely family around 1843.

Scheduled events focus on the daily routines and significant occasions of the family, ranging from wash days to celebrations of the Christmas season. The Friends of Schumacher Farm invite you to step back in time to Schumacher Farm Park.

The house is open to the public on the second Sunday of each month and there are other special events. Schumacher Farm Park is a 40-acre farmstead with a 10-acre prairie restoration.

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Starting in 1875 Bennett's pictures of the Wisconsin Dells and scenes of life among the area's native Ho-Chunk people drew tourists by the trainload.

Open weekends only in October, and January through early May.