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The first white settlers, part of the Western Emigration Company, arrived in the early 1830s from Hannibal and Troy, New York, led by John Bullen, Jr., who sought to purchase enough land for a town.
Thwarted in Milwaukee and Racine, the group arrived at Pike Creek on 6 June 1835, building log homes at first and, later, homes of frame, native stone, and brick.
In 1850, another change brought the growing city (and later Kenosha County) its current title, an Anglicized version of the early name Kinoje.
under marques such as Jeffery, Rambler, Nash, Hudson, La Fayette, and American Motors Corporation (AMC).
The early name by the Ojibwa Indians is reported as Masu-kinoja.
Features 36 campsites, handicap- accessible picnic area and campsites, fishing, 0.8 miles of nature trails, 1 mile of hiking trails, 1 mile of snowmobile trails. Wisconsin's First Capitol historic site is less than a mile to the west. Near the SE corner of SR 27 and W Castle Mound Rd, W of I-94.
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County Highway U, Superior, Aztalan is an important archaeological site, showcasing the location of a 12th century Native American village. From the 64-foot observation tower on top, you can see for many miles in all directions. It has picnic and playground facilities but no camping. Big Bay features picturesque sandstone bluffs, lake caves and 1.5 miles of Lake Superior shoreline. Features a boardwalk, 60 campsites, winter camping, showers, a dumping station, backpack camping, handicap- accessible picnic area and campsites, seasonal naturalist programs, vistas, shoreline, canoeing nearby, boating, fishing, 1 mile of nature trails, 6.6 miles of hiking trails, 2.5 miles of snowmobile trails 3.5 miles of cross- country ski trails. Call 262-248-2528.1452 Hwy H, Lake Geneva, Black River State Forest is 66,000 acres of pine and oak forest including two forks of the Black River and high sandstone bluffs. Features 88 campsites, 6 electric sites, winter camping, showers, backpack camping (permit required), handicap- accessible picnic area and campsites, outdoor group camping, lookout tower, vistas, shoreline, canoeing, boating, fishing, 3 miles of nature trails, 27 miles of hiking trails, 35 miles of horseback trails (State Trail Pass required), horse-riders' campsites, 43.5 miles of off- road bicycle trails (State Trail Pass required), 51 miles of snowmobile trails, 26 miles of cross- country ski trails (State Trail Pass required).