Welcome to my blog about the history of Princeton, Wisconsin. My name is Roger Bartel, which we pronounce as Bar-tell but others in the Princeton
With the recent completion of the Lots O’ History series, we can give a final grade to the City of Princeton Historical Walking Tour plaques
Princeton expatriate Tim Huelster occasionally comments on Facebook about his memories of growing up in Princeton in the 1950s, as I did. Several months ago
This post will surely make me even more popular among the “oral traditions” crowd in Princeton, but is this really St. John’s 116th annual picnic?
The Lots O’ History series traces the first 100 years (1848-1948) of the Water Street business district in Princeton. The survey included reviewing property deeds,
We complete our survey of the first 100 years (1848-1948) of the buildings and lots in the Water Street business district (blocks 400-600) with the
I have been unable to document one key step in the development of the west half of Water Lot 26 – now home to the