Chippewa County, Wisconsin

Bridge Street Commercial Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly, Bridge St. from Columbia to Spring Sts., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Chippewa Falls Museum of Industry and Technology (Museum)   [Map]
Former Mason Shoe data processing center repurposed for a museum of contributions to the world from Chippewa Falls
Chippewa Shoe Manufacturing Company (Industrial building)   [Map]
28 W. River St., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Chippewa Shoe Company
Cobban Bridge Marker (Historic marker)   [Map]
Historical Marker Identifying the Cobban Bridge
Cobban, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

Cook-Rutledge House (House)   [Map]
505 W. Grand Ave., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Also known as: Rand,E. D., House
Cornell Pulpwood Stacker (Structure)   [Map]
The last pulpwood stacker of its kind left in the world; Operational until 1971
D. R. Moon Memorial Library (Library)   [Map]
E. Fourth Ave., Stanley, Wisconsin
Hotel Chippewa (Hotel)   [Map]
16--18 N. Bay St., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Jacob Leinenkugel Brewery (Commercial building)   [Map]
Seventh oldest brewery in the United States and oldest business in Chippewa Falls, perhaps in Wisconsin.
Jim Falls, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

L.I. Roe House (House)   [Map]
410 N. Franklin St., Stanley, Wisconsin
Marsh Rainbow Arch Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Rainbow arch bridge over Duncan Creek on Spring Street in Chippewa Falls
Also known as: Spring Street Bridge
McDonell High School (School)   [Map]
3 S. High St., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Notre Dame Church and Goldsmith Memorial Chapel (Church)   [Map]
117 Allen St., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Old Abe, The War Eagle (Historic marker)   [Map]
Historical Marker Commemorating Old Abe, Civil War Battle Mascot
Sheeley House (Commercial building)   [Map]
236 W. River St., Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Z. C. B. J. Hall (Meeting hall)   [Map]
WI 27, 7 mi. N of Cadott, Arthur, Wisconsin
Also known as: Bohemian Hall, Zapadni Cesko Bratrske Jednota Hall