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History of Green County, Wisconsin. together with biographies of representative citizens. history of Wisconsin, embracing accounts of the pre-historic races, and a brief account of its territorial and state governments.

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History of Green County, Wisconsin. together with biographies of representative citizens. history of Wisconsin, embracing accounts of the pre-historic races, and a brief account of its territorial and state governments.
Springfield, Illinois: Union Pub. Co., 1884
1158 p. : ports. ; 26 x 22 cm

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Contents

[Title page] History of Green County, Wisconsin, together with sketches of its towns and villages, educational, civil, military, and political history; portraits of prominent persons, and biographies of representative citizens., p. [I]

[Dedication] To the pioneers of Green County, p. [II]

Preface, pp. [III]-IV

[Contents] Table of contents, pp. [V]-X

Certificates of Green County

Chapter I: History of Wisconsin: chapter I: pre-historic and settlement, pp. [17]-34

Chapter II: Wisconsin as a territory, pp. 34-41

Chapter III: Wisconsin as a state, pp. 42-68 ff.

History of Green County, Wisconsin: Chapter I: area, position and surface features, pp. [69]-74

Chapter II: Wisconsin as a state, pp. 75-88

Chapter III: Aborigines of Green County, pp. 89-139

Chapter IV: First settlement of the county, pp. 140-156

Chapter V: The Black Hawk War, pp. 157-191

Chapter VI: United States land surveys, pp. 192-207

Chapter VII: Pioneer life, pp. 208-211

Chapter VIII: Pioneer reminiscences, pp. 212-245

Chapter IX: First things, pp. 246-251

Chapter X: Green County formed and organized - locating the county seat, pp. 252-[271] ff.

Chapter XI: Territorial, state and congressional representation, pp. 273-310

Chapter XII: The courts of Green County, pp. 311-352

Chapter XIII: Common schools of the county, pp. 353-363

Chapter XIV: The bar - past and present, pp. 364-384

Chapter XV: Railroads of Green County, pp. 385-408

Chapter XVI: Agriculture and the agricultural society, pp. 409-423

Chapter XVII: The medical profession, pp. 424-437

Chapter XVIII: The county board - past and present, pp. 438-464

Chapter XIX: Election statistics, pp. 465-480

Chapter XX: The war for the Union, pp. 481-545

Chapter XXI: County officers past and present, pp. 546-550

Chapter XXII: Miscellaneous events, pp. 551-572

Chapter XXIII: County buildings and poor farms, pp. 573-580

Chapter XXIV: Literature - science - art, pp. 581-585

Chapter XXV: The newspaper press of Green County, pp. 586-622

Chapter XXVI: The Swiss colony of New Glarus, pp. 623-643

Chapter XXVII: Town of Adams, pp. 644-656

Chapter XXVIII: Town and village of Albany, pp. 657-717

Chapter XXIX: Town of Brooklyn, pp. 718-743

Chapter XXX: Town of Cadiz, pp. 744-765

Chapter XXXI: Town of Clarno, pp. 766-786

Chapter XXXII: Town of Decatur, pp. 787-801

Chapter XXXIII: Village of Brodhead, pp. 802-836

Chapter XXXIV: Town of Exeter, pp. 837-866

Chapter XXXV: Town of Jefferson, pp. 867-889

Chapter XXXVI: Town of Jordan, pp. 890-905

Chapter XXXVII: Town of Monroe, pp. 906-920

Chapter XXXVIII: City of Monroe, pp. 921-993

Chapter XXXIX: Town of Mount Pleasant, pp. 994-1022

Chapter XL: Town of New Glarus, pp. 1023-1045

Chapter XLI: Town of Spring Grove, pp. 1046-1096

Chapter XLII: Town of Sylvester, pp. 1097-1126

Chapter XLIII: Town of Washington, pp. 1127-1143

Chapter XLIV: Town of York, pp. 1144-1158


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