Village of Waucoma


Located Hwy 59 W & N. Church St. Cooksville, Near hwy 138 WI Coordinates Lat N 42:50':100" Lon W -89:14':185"


The Village of Waucoma established in 1846 by Dr. John Porter, who purchased land next to Cooksville from his Massachusetts friend Senator Daniel Webster.Wacoma was laid out around a public square. Soon Greek Revival and Gothic Revival style houses, some of locally fired brick, were built by Yankee settlers, along blacksmith shops, general stores, a hotel, a door and sash factory, a schoolhouse and two churches Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, Cooksville is known as a "wee bit of New England in Wisconsin."

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