Cedarburg

Curtis, Lisa

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Synopsis: Few cities keep their history alive as purposefully as the community of Cedarburg, Wisconsin. From the original stone mills that are now home to quaint shops to the preserved family homesteads, past and present coexist at every turn in Cedarburg. Settled in the early 1840s by German and Irish immigrants, the city was a hub of farming and recreational activities in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Today, restored mills and churches serve as a backdrop to a thriving arts and tourist community. The city is now known as much for its festivals as it is for its charming aesthetics.

About the Author: Lisa Curtis is a Cedarburg resident and reporter with the Ozaukee County News Graphic newspaper. She has more than a decade of experience covering small communities for local publications.

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Publication Date: 2011
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