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Historical society buys 1847 Meeme stagecoach inn, plans to transport it to Pinecrest

1:58 PM, Nov. 3, 2013
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Since 1847, the Meeme House Inn has stood proud along the old Green Bay Road in the town of Meeme, but it will soon begin a new life at Pinecrest Historical Village, just west of Manitowoc.

Following longtime owner Valeria Sessler's death last year, the tavern and property were auctioned off. Last month, the Manitowoc County Historical Society purchased the site.

The plan is to move the three-story, 100-ton structure about 15 miles from its current location at 14302 Pioneer Road, near Newton, to Pinecrest Historical Village in February. The move is expected to take about 13 hours. Over time, ...

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