Fort Winnebago Surgeons Quarters was listed in the National Register
of Historic Places on October 28, 1970.
May 14 - October 15
Wednesday - Sunday
Closed Monday and Tuesday
10 am - 4 pm
*Last tour 3 pm
Fort Winnebago Surgeons Quarters, located in Portage, Wisconsin, is owned and operated by the Wisconsin Society Daughters of the American Revolution. The Surgeons Quarters, built in 1824 by Francis LeRoi, is one of the oldest French Colonial log structures in the state. Fort Winnebago was constructed by the Army from 1828-1830 as one of three forts built along the Fox - Wisconsin Waterway from Green Bay to Prairie du Chien. The Fort was abandoned in 1845 and much of it was destroyed in an 1856 fire. The log cabin remained outside of the fort and became the quarters for the U.S. Army surgeons.
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