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This eventually led to the Wisconsin Supreme Court declaring the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 unconstitutional, and later, the Wisconsin State Legislature refusing to recognize the authority of the U. African Americans started arriving in large numbers during World War I, as they did in other Midwestern industrial towns, and Mexicans migrated to Racine from roughly 1925 onward. Historic buildings in Racine include the Badger Building, Racine Elks Club, Lodge No. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Young Men's Christian Association Building, Chauncey Hall House, Eli R.
Unitarians, Episcopalians and Congregationalists from New England initially dominated Racine's religious life. Cooley House, George Murray House, Hansen House, Racine College, Mc Clurg Building, First Presbyterian Church, Memorial Hall, Racine Depot, United Laymen Bible Student Tabernacle, Chauncey Hall Building, Thomas P. The area is home to several National Register of Historic Places listed structures: National Register of Historic Places listings in Racine County, Wisconsin. Frank Lloyd Wright designed and built the Johnson Wax Headquarters building in Racine.
Racine's Emmaus Lutheran Church, the oldest Danish Lutheran Church in North America, was founded on August 22, 1851. The building was and still is considered a marvel of design innovation, despite its many practical annoyances such as rainwater leaks.
Originally a founding member of the Danish American Lutheran Church, it has subsequently been a member of the United Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (UDELCA), the American Lutheran Church (ALC), and, since 1988, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Wright urged then-president Hib Johnson to build the structure outside of Racine, a city Wright thought of as "backwater." Johnson refused to have the Johnson Wax Headquarters sited anywhere other than Racine.