Read Any Good Books Lately
In Wisconsin, United States
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Stop in, look around, grab a cache but remember to be quiet. SHHH!
A BIT OF HISTORY ABOUT THE LOCATION
The building has an extensive collection of Native American Artifacts generously donated by Harry A. Mortensen. Harry Mortensen was the youngest of five children born to Peter and Mary Mortensen of New Lisbon. He spent much of his free time exploring and searching for new pieces to add to his collection.
The collection consists of over 4,000 artifacts, one of the largest personal collections in the state of Wisconsin, all of which were found in Juneau County. Some of the pieces date back to 10,000 years before the birth of Christ.
The collection was given to the care of the FINAL LOCATION, carrying out Harry’s wish that it never be taken out of Juneau County.
This wonderful collection can be seen throughout the FINAL LOCATION. Stop in and enjoy the history of Juneau County!
A really cool fact about these artifacts which has a special meaning to me is alot of the artifacts were found by Mr. Mortenson on my families farm.
Please return the cache in the exact spot it was retrieved from.
The CACHE with the log book and swag is available during the following hours.
Monday 9am - 7pm
Tuesday and Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 3pm - 7pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - Noon
Sunday - Closed
If there is a class from the local school there please be considerate and come back later.
A special thanks goes out to the Director for granting me permission to place this cache.
STAFF WILL NOT HELP YOU PLEASE DONT ASK.
This is our first hide please tell us how we did.
There is more of this collection displayed at Raabes Pharmacy in downtown New Lisbon
CONGRATS Shrek & Fiona for the FTF
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Last Updated: on 7/25/2014 12:37:06 PM Pacific Daylight Time (7:37 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum