Julien Dubuque's Grave
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Julien Dubuque's Grave


Julien Dubuque was a French Canadian who arrived near what now is known as Dubuque, Iowa - which was named after him. He initially received permission from the Fox Native American tribe to mine the lead in 1788. Julien Dubuque died on March 24, 1810. Dubuque's Native American friends gave him a chief's funeral. He was then buried on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi Rive about two miles south of the present city of Dubuque.


  • Metal Options: Available in sterling silver, gold and platinum.
  • Item Cost:: $40


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