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The Luxembourg American Journey: A History Mapping Project
IN MEMORY OF BEATRICE “BEA” KRIER

The inspiration for this history mapping and data collection project is the 1989 publication of Stengengen Heiser by Bea Krier. This book was an inventory of the traditional stone houses built by Luxembourg immigrants in northern Ozaukee and southern Sheboygan counties in Wisconsin. The original book was designed as an automobile tour, and only had a circulation of 150 copies. With Bea’s book as the inspiration, the Luxembourg American Cultural Society is continuing the work by further documenting Luxembourg built stone structures and incorporating this information into an interactive map to be used for research purposes – or just for fun!

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Please note the structures on this map are on private property. Please do not visit properties without the owner’s permission. The current owners have agreed only to list their property on this map, and all information on this site was collected from the owner and public records.

This interactive map and data collection project is part of the Luxembourg American Cultural Society & Center based in Belgium, Wisconsin. For more information visit their website: www.lacs.lu


Beatrice Krier surrounded by her historic collection of maps and genealogical records.

If you know of a structure that may have Luxembourg heritage, please contact the LACS Museum Curator, Serena Stuettgen at sstuettgen@lacs.lu.

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