Our Historical Markers and Sites

The Village of Mishicot is proud of its diverse, dynamic history. Historical markers designating significant events, locations, and individuals are placed throughout the Village, on Jambo Creek Road (3.5 miles northwest of the Village), and at Allouez Cemetery in Green Bay (about 30 minutes from Mishicot). Click on the link beneath each photo for more information and directions to each historical marker and site.
(All photos © Melinda Roberts / Wisconsin Historical Markers)

WRL-54: Jacques Vieau Trading Post
This monument is located on Jambo Creek Road,
about 3.5 miles northwest of the Village of Mishicot.

Jambo Creek Bicentennial
This monument is located on Jambo Creek Road,
about 3.5 miles northwest of the Village of Mishicot.

Burial Site of Jacques Vieau
(This marker is located at Allouez Cemetery in Green Bay)

Historic Mishicot Village Heritage Walking Tour
The Village of Mishicot is home to a walking tour of 17 historic sites and buildings. Markers at these locations describe the history of the location. A map of the tour will be available in the summer of 2017, and can be picked up at the Mishicot Village Hall and at the Museum. Click here for an electronic copy of the walking tour.
Below is an alphabetical list of the locations on the tour. Click on the link beneath each photo for the address, directions, and a transcription of the marker contents:





The Old Shoe Store and Kadow Meat Market

Mishicot Main Street - M.A.G.I.C. Program
These markers are placed along the Mishicot Riverwalk
(part of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail).
The Mishicot Riverwalk was dedicated in 2005.


The Mishicot Dam

 The markers are located in Mishicot, Wisconsin.