Opening in June 2023 

Thanks for exploring history with us in 2022! Stonefield will reopen for general admission in June 2023. Become a member today to receive free admission and support us today!

Opening in June 2023 

Thanks for exploring history with us in 2022! Stonefield will reopen for general admission in June 2023. Become a member today to receive free admission and support us today!

Man and Woman traversing Stonepoint

Relive Wisconsin’s Rise to “America’s Dairyland”

At Stonefield you’ll explore history by the acre, including a 1900s Farming Village and Farmstead, the State Agricultural Museum, and the former home of Wisconsin’s first governor, Nelson Dewey. On your adventure through the site, you will learn the amazing story of the Badger State’s agricultural advance from a struggling group of wheat farmers to a worldwide agricultural powerhouse. 

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Join our team! We are hiring a Southwest Sites Guest Services Manager. This position is based at Villa Louis in Prairie du Chien and supports all four southwest sites. Find out more and apply online via WiscJobs by following the instructions in the link below.

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2 weeks ago
Join our team! We are hiring a Southwest Sites Guest Services Manager. This position is based at Villa Louis in Prairie du Chien and supports all four southwest sites. Find out more and apply online via WiscJobs by following the instructions in the link below. 

wihist.org/3HdMODI

Make sure to follow Cassville, Wisconsin - Tourism for all things Cassville!The brewery was built by William Schmitz. George Scheibl ran the brewery from 1899 until his death in 1904. The brewery operated until 1924, making beer with the trade name "Old Fashion Lager". In 1934, the brewery reopened after the repeal of prohibition and operated until 1938. There is a small house in the lower left of the image. A loaded horse-drawn wagon is ready to go. There are men standing in front of the brewery, and a footbridge in the bottom center of the image. In the far background are the Mississippi River and the opposite shoreline.
The top left picture is where the Cassville Brewery appears in the center of the picture. Just below the Brewery, note the field (this is now known as the Mulberry Addition.). The field was the site of the Cassville Cemetery. The Cemetery was later relocated to its present location, north of town, off Highway 81.

Who remembers the Brewery?

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Make sure to follow Cassville, Wisconsin - Tourism for all things Cassville!

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