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Kennan-Jump River Bridge, Spanning South fork of Jump River on County Highway "N", Kennan, Price County, WI

Kennan-Jump River Bridge, Spanning South fork of Jump River on County Highway "N", Kennan, Price County, WI

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Significance: The Kennan-Jump River Bridge is an example of a standard Wisconsin Highway Commission camelback design used during the 1920s. The history of the Kennan-Jump River Road and Bridge illustrates how Wisconsin's road system developed. The bridge is one of only two remaining camelback trusses in Wisconsin.
Survey number: HAER WI-55
Building/structure dates: 1926- 1927 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1989 Demolished

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