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Intoducing the New Cultural Center

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Sound Credit: Brothertown Indian Nation shape note singers. Recorded: February 3, 2018 in New England the ancestrial home of many Brothertown descendants. Edited and Produced by Seth Wenger 2018

This property was previously known as the “Perry School” while the Perry school began in 1874 his location was built in 1918.   The property recently was used as an Artisan gift shop.  While inside you will be greeted with original shiplap and hard wood floor. May updates were made over the last 12 years which include windows, pellet stove, unit heater, well, plumbing, electrical, lighting, staircase, loft, insulation, refinished walls, and celling. The basement is usable and is currently a creative station/workshop. Plus, a second building on the property (currently a 2 plus car garage) was built in 2021 and is heated and insulated.

With the property just under anna acre of land you will enjoy the picturesque views overlooking Lake Winnebago and the beautiful countryside. A fitting addition to the Brothertown Indian Nation to showcase our culture and history (with a bonus of possibly providing a place for our powwows and other events??).

The Gallery: