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New Book Rolls Out a Barrel Full of Polka History including a feature on the Pulaski Polka Days. Learn More.


Stovewood Barns

Stovewood chicken coop on Walter and Rosie Stachura farm, Chase Township, Oconto County. For more information on the Stovewood Buildings of the Pulaski Countryside, view the article in the Spring 2015 Newsletter.



Pulaski Area Historical Society
Promotes Brick Campaign

Display your family's ancestry at the Pulaski Museum. The Pulaski Area Historical Society is selling bricks that can be engraved with your parents, grandparents and great-grandparents names. It's a great way to display your family heritage. All proceeds from the bricks go toward maintaining the Pulaski Museum and all of its contents. Print out the form and send in your check with your information that you would like engraved on it.

PAHS Brick Fundraising Campaign is in full force. To date, the museum has sold over 100 commemorative bricks to donators to be displayed on the exterior wall of the museum. The bricks are sold for $100. Each brick is personalized with up to three lines of type.

The fundraiser is an effort by the PAHS to raise money that will help preserve historical artifacts at the Pulaski Museum. Currently, there is a need for insulation in the building that stands at 121 West Pulaski Street in downtown Pulaski. Climate control is a factor in preservation. For more information on the Brick Fundraiser, call Mike Blohowiak at 920-822-5042.


building community

Click here to see a sample of what your brick could look like.


Nominate someone for the PAHS Preservation Award

Each year the Pulaski Area Historical Society honors a member of Pulaski or the surrounding areas for preservation of heritage.


2014 Preservation Award

Rob Russell (pictured, right) was presented the 2014 Preservation Award for the work he has done on a barn located on Highway 32, about 4 miles north of Pulaski.

He said his motivating factor to do this project came from his Dad who taught him a hard work ethic. He has salvaged the old hewn beams, log rafters and some planking from the original building which he estimates to have been built in the 1920's.

He replaces the flag at the top of the silo whenever needed to show respect and thanksgiving to our veterans.

He does not give tours but if he's around when you stop in, he would be happy to show it to you.

To see more information on his project you can go to


The Good Old Days

Do you have a story that you would like to share about the GOOD OLD DAYS? Please share them. Contact Tammy at 920-822-4450 for an interview.

If you have some great old photos too, please send them to us.Click on this link, Old Pulaski Photos - Make sure to reference them in the subject line, include your name, address and phone number to contact you in case we have questions on the photo.



The PAHS is currently looking for additional members and volunteers. If you are interested in joining the society, contact President Larry Puzen at 920-822-2609 or 920-609-2772 for more information, or email