This page is for pictures of the many manifestations of Wisconsin's French connections-- historical sites, Sister City or other relationships with francophone countries, etc. If you have any pictures you would like to place in the WFC photo album, contact us.
- Jean Nicolet Statue at Red Banks (near Green Bay) where he is believed to have landed in 1634.
- Painting of Jean Nicolet Landing, dressed in Chinese robes
- Spirit of the Northwest, a statue depicting a representative of an Indian Tribe, Claude Allouez and Nicolas Perrot.
- A plaque on the spot of the French Fort of St. François
- Voyageurs , modern statuary in Green Bay.
- The Apostle Islands in Lake Superior. Site of 17th French exploration and commerce.
- The Charles Grignon Mansion, Kaukauna
- Trempealeau Mountain
- Fond du Lac, at the southern end of Lake Winnebago
- Nicholas Perrot State Park and Historical Marker
- Milwaukee French Immersion School
- Professor Gabrielle Verdier receives award for Wisconsin's French Connections. The Award was presented by Governor Tommy Thompson [full screen view]
- [Note: the next photo is on another Web site. Use the back arrow to return] This aerial photo of the city of Prairie du Chien shows relicts of the "French Long Lot" survey system. Link thanks to Professor Todd Fonstad who teaches Geography of Wisconsin at UW-Oshkosh.
- French and Indian War Re-enactment in Green Bay
- A 19th century Walloon Belgian Farm
- 18th Century fur traders cabin. A reconstruction on the grounds of the Heritage Hill State Park in Green BAy.
- 17th Century bark chapel . A model of one believed to have been built by Père Claude Allouez. Priest visible at right.
- The St. Croix River of western Wisconsin, along with other photos of places with French names.
- Mardi Gras at Wauwatosa West High School
- Wax Museum of Famous French People created by students at Wauwatosa West High School
- Joan of Arc Chapel, Marquette University.
- The Solomon Juneau Homestead, theresa, Wisconsin. Juneau was a founder of Milwaukee and Theresa, Wisconsin.
- Claude Allouez historical marker, near site of 1671 St. François chapel on the "rapides des Pères" (De Pere). Photo T. Sullivan.
- Rapides des Pères historical marker. De Pere, Wisconsin. Photo T. Sullivan.
- Marquette-Jolliet expedition. Historical plaque marks the beginning of this famous voyage.
- The Roi, Porlier, Tank cottage, the oldest house in Wisconsin.
- The grave of Eleazer Williams, according to legend the son of Louis XVI of France.
- Old French tombstones in Allouez Wisconsin
- Solomon Juneau Pictorial of Founder of Milwaukee.
- Bastille Days in Milwaukee. July 1998.
- Wisconsin's French Connections Fair, held on the UW--Milwaukee campus, May 7, 1998.
- Lac Butte des Morts, Wisconsin
- Photo essay of Shorewood High student, invited to France for the World Cup as a guest of the French Government .
- Lilianne Labbé and Don Hinkley, Franco-American folk musicians entertain audiences in Milwaukee.
- WFC Fair at UW--Stevens Point
- Monument to Jacques Marquette in Milwaukee
- Commemorative plaque honoring first families to leave Brabant for Wisconsin, at the City Hall of Grez-Doiceau, Brabant, Belgium.
- Photo of one of the first Belgian families to arrive in Wisconsin
- Painting of Nicolet landing in the rotunda of the Brown County Courthouse, Green Bay. It was done in 1910 by Milwaukee artist Franz Rohrbach. See also detail 1 of the painting and detail 2.Photos by K. Fleurant.
- Old Catholic cemetery from Belgian settlement in Duvall Wisconsin. Tombstone from cemetery. Photos by Leah Kemp. See also Kemp's study of Old Catholicism in Francophone Wisconsin"
Webmaster Ken Fleurant
University of Wisconsin--Green Bay
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311
last update 7/02/2001