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|LC Classifications||F581 .H67 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (1218 p.,  p. of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||1218|
|LC Control Number||87030160|
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History of northern Wisconsin, containing an account of its settlement, growth, development, and resources; an extensive sketch of its counties, cities, towns and villages, their improvements, industries, manufactories; biographical sketches, portraits of prominent men and early settlers; views of county seats, etc.
About the Book. In the Preface it is noted that the publisher had already produced individual histories of most Wisconsin agricultural counties, and decided to group the northern counties that were in lumber and mining districts into this single volume.
By Robert Gough as published in the "Wisconsin Magazine of History," Vol Number 1, Autumn,pages Read the Book 'Farming the Cutover: A Social History of Northern Wisconsin, ' By Robert Gough, Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, NEW. The Park Falls Line.
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If you have pictures or information to share, contact: Arlyn Colby Pine Street Barron, WI [email protected] In OctoberWisconsin was the site of the most destructive forest fire in American history: Twelve hundred people were killed and 2 billion trees burned in what became known as theGreat.
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Being a history buff, especially local history, this book is a fun read. While certainly there are many many more lost towns in Wisconsin, this book does a great job of sharing the tales of over lost and long ago places.
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History of northern Wisconsin: containing an account of its settlement, growth, development, and resources; an extensive sketch of its counties, cities, towns and villages, their improvements, industries, manufactories; biographical sketches, portraits of prominent men and early settlers; views of county seats, etc.
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John Bliese, of Mayville, speaks with a clerk last week at the Mayville post office, where a mural paying homage to the community's agricultural history was created by Peter Rotier and installed in Wisconsin is a public domain ("Federal-Land") state, where unclaimed federal land was surveyed, then granted or sold by the government through federal land offices.
The first document recording a sale of a piece of land from the government was called a land patent and the first owner of the land was called a patentee.
Later, when the land was sold or mortgaged by private owners, the document. The information comes from a rare book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin and from the WPA book, entitled Wisconsin, a Guide to the Badger State. We've enlarged the area on a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic Edition: Limited Edition Reprint.
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Her book “Little House in the Big Woods” was set in this part of Wisconsin in the s. The classic has been translated into plus languages and was the basis for a television series. Come September, the people of Pepin will celebrate the author’s birth and pioneer times. Raised in Sugar Camp, he currently teaches history at Saint Paul College in St.
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Informer Wisconsin First Lady Jessica Doyle created Read On Wisconsin. The literacy program began as on online book club to encourage Wisconsin children to read and to discuss books.
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