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The city is home to the Neville Public Museum and the Sheboygan Falls. The area was originally settled by Native Americans, with successive cultures of peoples up until European settlement in the late 1700s. It came under French rule following France's defeat in 1763 in the Seven Years' War; it passed to Great Britain after that nation's victory over France and their allies during American Revolutionary War (1775–1783). Afterward, it became part of what is now Wisconsin, as a portion of Michigan Territory. Following this period, much was made over land claims between native tribes and New York state as well as British interests; these disputes were eventually settled via treaty between those parties prior to its admission into statehood on May 29th 1848. Sheboygan has been home for more than 170 years to industries such as John Holland Company which makes marine engines for ships around Lake Michigan.