Jacques Vieau: a Son of Montreal and a Father of European Wisconsin -- Another Perspective of the French and Native Peoples by John Boatman, UW-Milwaukee (September 1997)
Wisconsin Historical Collections, Volume XI (1888): Narrative of Andrew J. Vieau, Sr. (son of Jacques Vieau)
The family name was originally De Veau; but as that meant calf or veal, other children would annoy my anscestors in their youth, by bleating in their presence; so the name was changed to Vieau in self-defense.
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This marker and location are included in the Wisconsin Registered Landmarks program (1964-1973).
See also, Jambo Creek Bicentennial, also at this location.
at nearby Mishicot Historical Museum and Research Center.