Kellogg's Corners, Wisconsin facts for kids
Kellogg's Corners (often called Kellogg) is an unincorporated residential and agricultural community located in the town of Somers in northeastern Kenosha County, Wisconsin, United States. It lies at the junction of Interstate 94/U.S. Route 41 and Kenosha County Highway KR at the border with Racine County. Kellogg's Corners was first settled in 1837 by the Brothers Kellogg - Seth, Chauncey, and Thaddeus.
By far, the most notable Kellogg's Corners landmark was the Greek Revival mid-19th Century Kellogg's Corners School, an early historic one-room school of frame construction that eventually became privately owned and was demolished by its owner in 1990. The school's rustic foundation remains to mark its location.
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