Centreville Settlement Historical Society
Lutze Housebarn 2017 Season Opener, March 25, hope to see you there; then or anytime this season!
Spring Newsletter Available now for download here.
Sourdough Bread Making Workshop May 6th, brochure and details here.
Rustic Bread for Sale May 6th! Order form here.
Spring 2017 at the Lutze Housebarn we are machine planing pine siding for 2017 installation, and moving forward on our footing and foundation in the northwest corner, check out our early video of the process here.
November 2015 saw us putting the finishing touches and fit-up on the last east end timber. Putting this one in place meant the entire perimeter of the main building is structurally complete and sitting on a solid foundation!! Yes! That's why it will be time to parteeee at Fasching time!
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In the 1840's, many people from the Saxon state of Germany and others from surrounding European areas settled in what is known today as the Town of Centerville, Wisconsin, USA.
They were attracted to the land of rich resources and the similarity to the homeland they left behind.
This heritage remains strong in the Centerville community today, reflected by it's people, landscapes, and buildings.
Who and Where We Are
We are a non-profit tax deductible group, Centreville Settlement, Inc.. We are dedicated to the preservation of our rural farming heritage, and offer experiences in northeast Wisconsin, USA.
Over the past years, the members and friends of the organization have assisted with the Wisconsin Sesquicentennial Wagon Train event, helped coordinate bake oven events, performed oral histories of oldsters throughout the area, and have continued to document and educate about historic buildings in the Centerville Township area of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin.
Do you have a story to share about days gone by? Would you like to dig into the past to learn more about local history? Greater Centerville Historians is a branch of Centreville Settlement, Inc. that has become a model for oral history methods in Wisconsin.
Our Goals and Programs
Centreville Settlement, Inc. seeks to preserve this rich heritage thru:
Preservation of buildings... many historic and unique buildings exist in the area and are in need of preservation before they are lost forever.
Developing educational programming focused on:
Promoting and stimulating economic development through:
Preserve rural history by:
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