Published September 29, 2000
by Arcadia Publishing .
Written in English
Images of America
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
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Mineral Point, Wisconsin, recounts the changing fortunes of a once rough-and-ready mining town of the s. Featuring historic photographs from the collection of the Mineral Point Historical Society and Pendarvis-Wisconsin State Historic Site-an exciting history unfolds in these pages, with the arrival of miners from the fledgling United States in the s in search of lead.5/5(1). Mineral Point is home to the only surviving territorial governmental buildings in the United States, the first Wisconsin capitol, and the oldest surviving railroad depot in the Badger State. The village obtained its name from the mineral spring waters that filled the caves and lead mines of the region. With its scenic beauty and amazing 4/5(2). Synopsis Mineral Point, Wisconsin, recounts the changing fortunes of a once rough-and-ready mining town of the s. Featuring historic photographs from the collection of the Mineral Point Historical Society and Pendarvis-Wisconsin State Historic Site-an exciting history unfolds in these pages, with the arrival of miners from the fledgling United States in the s in search of lead. Mineral Point Chamber of Commerce High Street, Mineral Point, WI [email protected]