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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Calumet County, Wisconsin. It is intended to provide a comprehensive listing of entries in the National Register of Historic Places that are located in Calumet County, Wisconsin. The locations of National Register properties for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below may be seen in a map.

There are 10 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.

Current listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Description
1 Aebischer Site (47CT30)
Aebischer Site (47CT30)
October 10, 1985
Address Restricted
Chilton Four archaeological sites ranging from 9000 BC to 1900 AD, located within the Killsnake Wildlife Area, including a Paleo-Indian site which has produced Clovis-like fluted points.
2 Calumet County Courthouse
Calumet County Courthouse
March 9, 1982
206 Court St.
44°01′48″N 88°10′06″W / 44.03°N 88.168333°W / 44.03; -88.168333 (Calumet County Courthouse)
Chilton Neoclassical courthouse with center dome, built in 1913 and designed by B. Mehner, who designed the similar Taylor County Courthouse.
3 Calumet County Park Group
Calumet County Park Group
December 29, 1997
N6150 CTH EE
Coordinates missing
Hilbert Six effigy mounds of panthers or water spirits, on the escarpment overlooking Lake Winnebago.
4 Chilton Post Office
Chilton Post Office
October 24, 2000
57 E. Main St.
44°01′45″N 88°09′41″W / 44.029167°N 88.161389°W / 44.029167; -88.161389 (Chilton Post Office)
Chilton Red-brick Georgian Revival building built by the Public Works Administration in 1938, containing a 1940 mural by Charles W. Thwaites: "Threshing Barley."
5 Haese Memorial Village Historic District
Haese Memorial Village Historic District
March 2, 1982
Milwaukee and Randolph Sts
44°12′28″N 88°08′32″W / 44.207778°N 88.142222°W / 44.207778; -88.142222 (Haese Memorial Village Historic District)
Forest Junction Remnant business district of a town that formed where two railroads crossed, then withered as logging faded, as the automobile replaced the train, and as Appleton grew. Structures include the 1884 Haese General Store (pictured), the 1908 Hunt hardware store, a summer kitchen, and the 1908 Haese gas station.
6 High Cliff Mounds
High Cliff Mounds
January 25, 1997
Address Restricted
Sherwood Effigy mound group on the escarpment at High Cliff State Park, including panther mounds, conical and linear.
7 Ridge Group
Ridge Group
December 8, 1978
Address Restricted
Brothertown Collection of mounds, enclosures & burial grounds built by Woodland people.
8 Stockbridge Harbor
Stockbridge Harbor
September 3, 1998
Address Restricted
Stockbridge Site of a palisaded village, possibly built around 1100 CE by a mix of effigy mound and Late Woodland people.
9 Stockbridge Indian Cemetery
Stockbridge Indian Cemetery
October 22, 1980
N of Stockbridge off WI 55
44°04′56″N 88°18′03″W / 44.082222°N 88.300833°W / 44.082222; -88.300833 (Stockbridge Indian Cemetery)
Stockbridge Small burial ground of a farming community of Stockbridge Indians from around the 1820s to 1856, since moved to Shawano County. Burials include John Quinney.
10 Herman C. Timm House
Herman C. Timm House
July 5, 1996
1600 Main St.
43°57′00″N 88°05′08″W / 43.95°N 88.085556°W / 43.95; -88.085556 (Herman C. Timm House)
New Holstein The initial modest house built in 1872 was expanded and remodeled in a grand Stick style in 1892. Timm was a German immigrant who built a grain elevator in New Holstein, served as village president, and founded the State Bank. Now a museum.
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