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Local Landmarks & Historical Sites

Landmarks & Historic Sites of Interest

* Angeline Champeau Rioux House (Howard) - Historical Place Page

* Champeau School l(Howard) - Google Map Locator

* Duck Creek Cemetery - Old St. John the Baptiste Cemetery (Howard) - FindAGrave Page

* Henry House (Suamico) - see Ancestry Acres Project 

* Mills Center School (Howard)

* Pamperin Park Pavilion (Howard) - Brown County Parks Site

* St. Benedict Catholic Church Cemetery (Holy Sepulcher)(Suamico) - Catholic Diocese Site

* St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery (Howard) - FindAGrave Page

* St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Howard) - Church Web Page

* St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Suamico) - Church Web Page

* Suamico Public Cemetery (Suamico) - Find A Grave Site

* Tremble School (Suamico) - Photo Link

* Vickery Village (Suamico) - Vickery Village Web Site

Archeological Sites

Howard has several identified archeological sites, as well as some potential regions of archeological significance.  The primary location for archeological sites is along the Duck Creek corridor, and includes the Pamperin Park area and the Bay of Green Bay shoreline.  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. (Information from Village of Howard)