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Ashwaubenon event to showcase wedding dresses

7:14 AM, Jun. 17, 2013
This 1901 dress was worn by Myrtle Woodward at her marriage ceremony to William Bakken.
This 1901 dress was worn by Myrtle Woodward at her marriage ceremony to William Bakken.
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The wedding shawl worn by Chief Ashwaubomay's granddaughter will be on display Saturday at the Ashwaubenon Historical Society.

The shawl is a part of the Vintage Wedding Dress Extravaganza that will display wedding dresses from as far back as 1901. The dresses are donated by past and present Ashwaubenon residents and focus on important historical people or aspects of the community.

The Neville Public Museum offered the historical society Sophia Rankin's 1802 wedding shawl as the centerpiece of the event. Rankin is the granddaughter of Ashwaubomay, an Indian chief of Ottawa and ...

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