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In 1778, the 1st crusing vessel with shipment holds, the Archange, a schooner outfitted for well-liked British dealer John Askin, discovered �quiet waters� in Milwaukee Bay. those quiet waters and the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic Rivers made Milwaukee a good vacation spot for early settlers. Maritime Milwaukee explores the expansion of the city�s port and 3 riverfronts via a number of photos spanning the 1800s to the current because of the archival renovation of collections via the Port of Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Public Library, and the Wisconsin Marine historic Society.
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