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A standard history of Sauk County, Wisconsin: Volume I

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Cole, Harry Ellsworth, 1861-1928, Editor
A standard history of Sauk County, Wisconsin: Volume I
Lewis Publishing Co., 1918
2 v. 27 cm.

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Contents

[Title page] A standard history of Sauk County Wisconsin. An authentic narrative of the past, with particular attention to the modern era in the commercial, industrial, educational, civic and social development

Preface, Cole, Harry Ellsworth p. iii

Contents, pp. v-xv

Index, pp. xvii-xxvii

[Chapter I: Nature's work], pp. [unnumbered]-17

Chapter II: Nature through science, pp. 18-41

Chapter III: The crops and live stock, pp. 42-65

[Chapter IV: Farm and industrial life], pp. [66]-101

Chapter V: Story of animated nature, pp. 102-125

[Chapter VI: Traces of the native races], pp. [126]-165

Chapter VII: Sauk County indians, pp. 166-184

[Chapter VIII: Settlement before county organization], pp. [185]-220

Chapter IX: County affairs, pp. 221-260

Chapter X: Professional matters and personages, pp. 261-282

[Chapter XI: County schools and rural clubs], pp. [283]-300

Chapter XII: Water ways and land ways, pp. 301-333

Chapter XIII: Military affairs, pp. 334-362

Chapter XIV: Bird's-eye views, pp. 363-421

[Chapter XV: The city of Baraboo], pp. [422]-468

Chapter XVI: City of Reedsburg, pp. 469-482

Chapter XVII: Lower and upper Sauk, pp. 483-494

Chapter XVIII: Spring Green village, pp. 495-505

Chapter XIX: North Freedom, Lavalle and Ableman, pp. 506-515

Chapter XX: Merrimack and Loganville, pp. 516-523

Chapter XXI: Villages that went wrong, pp. 524-543

Chapter XXII: Memories of Greenfield town, pp. 544-558

Chapter XXIII: Pictures of southern Sauk County, pp. 559-566


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