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Saint Francis Assisium
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A gazebo marking the original 1849 convent building at the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi. The convent and neighboring seminary were founded by Milwaukee Archbishop John Henni along the woodland shore of Lake Michigan, in what is now the City of St. Francis.

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