Mohican Immanuel Lutheran Indian Mission & Church

The Mohican Indian Lutheran Church, with a school annex, was built in 1901 on a small lake now called Mission Lake. The dormitory next to the church was built in 1908. In about 1923, after a new dormitory was built, the two-story building next to the church became the school. The boarding school closed in 1933, a day school continued until 1958. The church, parsonage and school building remain in use by the Mohican Immanuel Lutheran Congregation.

History/Heritage Type

  • Wisconsin History
  • Native American Heritage

State Historic Sign Site

  • Yes