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A new and vastly improved edition, of the Industrial resources of Wisconsin, containing numerous new subjects, not in the first edition, such as a sketch of the natural history of the state, brief sketches of its altered condition at different periods and the causes leading thereto : a new theory of the origin of our American lakes, and numerous discussions on the various natural phenomena observable in the states : also, the biography of leading men ...

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Gregory, John, Civil engineer
A new and vastly improved edition, of the Industrial resources of Wisconsin, containing numerous new subjects, not in the first edition, such as a sketch of the natural history of the state, brief sketches of its altered condition at different periods and the causes leading thereto : a new theory of the origin of our American lakes, and numerous discussions on the various natural phenomena observable in the states : also, the biography of leading men ...
Milwaukee News Co., printers, 1872
272 p. ; 23 cm.

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[Title page] A new and vastly improved edition, of the industrial resources of Wisconsin, containing numerous new subjects, not in the first edition, pp. [1]-[2]

Dedication, Gregory, John pp. [3]-[4]

Biography, pp. [5]-15

Hon. Jerome I. Case, pp. 16-22

Hon. Milton H. Pettit, pp. 22-23

John E. McMullen, pp. 23-25

Hon. Augustus Ledyard Smith, p. 25

Messrene B. Erskine, p. 26

Hon. William E. Wording, pp. 26-27

F. Robinson, pp. 27-28

Hon. Thomas Scott Allen, pp. 28-29

Thomas O'Neil, pp. 29-30

Hon. Henry S. Baird, p. 31

Hon. William L. Utley, pp. 32-34

Hon. Lucius S. Blake, pp. 34-37

Joseph V. Quarles, Jr., pp. 37-38

Richard B. Bates, p. 38

Charles Frantz, pp. 38-39

Frank Charnley, pp. 39-40

John McCabe, p. 40

Henry Tyrrell, pp. 40-41

Rev. Walter S. Alexander, pp. 41-42

G. Timme, pp. 42-43

Hon. William C. Allen, pp. 43-44

Edward Nicholas Heath, pp. 44-45

John H. Nichols, pp. 45-46

Hon. Cadwallader C. Washburn, pp. 46-47

Hon. Daniel Hall, p. 47

Col. Richard Dunbar, pp. 47-50

Rev. Clement F. Lefevre, D. D., pp. 50-54

United States Senators, p. 54

Representatives in Congress, p. 54

State Senate for 1872, p. 55

Assembly for 1872, pp. 56-58

City government of Milwaukee 1871, p. 59

Fire department, p. 59

County organization, pp. 59-60

United States officers, p. 60

Churches in Milwaukee, pp. 60-62

County officers of the several counties of the state of Wisconsin, pp. 62-77

Racine, pp. 77-78

Milwaukee, pp. 78-81

Water works of the city of Milwaukee, pp. 81-86

George Bremer, Jacob Morawetz and Moritz L. Morawetz, pp. 86-88

Henry Hillmantel, pp. 88-89

Louis Hillmantel, pp. 89-90

Leonhard Alfons Schmidtner, pp. 90-93

William Meincke, p. 93

Lorenzo Janes, pp. 93-94

Robert C. Spencer, pp. 94-95

Spencerian Business College, p. 95

Academy of music, pp. 96-97

L. A. Bishop, M. D., pp. 97-98

John E. Thomas, pp. 98-100

Elisha Boardman, pp. 100-101

Rev. Wesson Gage Miller, D. D., pp. 101-103

Hon. Sam. Ryan, Jr., pp. 103-104

Hon. William H. Hiner, p. 104

State industry, pp. 104-109

William Hunt, artist, pp. 109-111

Rev. Samuel Wilde Coggeshall, D. D., pp. 111-116

Charles H. Benton, pp. 117-118

Rev. A. C. Barry, D. D., pp. 118-120

Hon. Ephriam C. Goff, p. 120

Hon. Prentiss Rounds, p. 120

Edward H. Jones, of Fond du Lac, pp. 121-122

George H. Myers, Appleton, Wis., p. 122

Hon. Edward N. Foster, pp. 122-123

Franz Fritz, pp. 123-124

Captain Simon O'Kane, p. 124

William Trowbridge, pp. 124-125

S. L. Hart, Menasha, Wis., pp. 125-126

Extract from the "History of my time", pp. 126-129

Extract from the history of my time, pp. 129-142

Albert B. Geilfuss, pp. 142-143

Wisconsin central railroad, pp. 143-144

The Milwaukee and Northern Railway, p. 144

Fond du Lac, pp. 144-145

Sheboygan Falls, p. 145

Sheboygan, pp. 145-146

The Wolf River region, pp. 146-147

Chicago and Northwestern Railway, p. 147

Northwestern Union Railway, p. 147

Kenosha, p. 148

Madison, pp. 148-151

Oshkosh, p. 151

Appleton, pp. 152-153

Portage City, pp. 153-154

Hon. Wm. A. Barstow, pp. 154-160

Sketch of William A. Barstow's military services, Calkins, E. A. pp. 160-168

Simeon Mills, pp. 168-170

Andrew Proudfit, pp. 170-172

William Welch, pp. 172-174

Thomas Tobin, pp. 174-175

Edwin D. Bangs, pp. 175-176

Rev. Westwood W. Case, pp. 176-177

William M. Rasdell, pp. 177-178

Louis G. Joran, pp. 178-182

George W. Lakin, pp. 183-191

Extract from the history of my time, pp. 191-196

Church Education Society for Ireland, pp. 196-197

Jabez M. Smith, who discovered the Eureka Spring, pp. 197-200

Hon. Wm. B. Egan, pp. 201-207

Extract from the history of my time, pp. 207-212

Insdustrial resources of Wisconsin, pp. 213-224

Strikes and combinations. Capital and labor--employers and workmen, pp. 224-228

Skilled and unskilled labor, pp. 228-234

A permanent plan to prevent strikes, and restore order in cases of difficulty, pp. 234-235

Another lock out.--The operatives at Bay View on a strike, pp. 235-239

Industrial resources. Menomonee region, p. 240

Menomonee iron fields, pp. 240-244

Fond du Lac and Milwaukee Railroad, pp. 244-245

Green Bay, pp. 245-247

Prairie du Chien, p. 247

Oconomowoc, pp. 248-250

Rev. Edward R. Ward, pp. 250-252

Nelson Webster, p. 252

Extracts from the history of my time, pp. 253-268

Prof. Albert Markham, p. 269

The Milwaukee Academy, pp. 269-272 ff.


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