Jericho, Calumet County, Wisconsin
|Jericho, Calumet County, Wisconsin|
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Jericho is an unincorporated community in the town of Brothertown in Calumet County, Wisconsin, United States. Jericho is located at the intersection of County highways C & H. Jericho is part of the Holyland region in Wisconsin.
Jericho was settled in 1855 as a station on the plank road between Brothertown and Sheboygan. One of its first settlers was J. M. Parkins who constructed Sechter's Inn as one of the community's first buildings.
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