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Historical review of the state of Wisconsin: its industrial and commercial resouces

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Historical review of the state of Wisconsin: its industrial and commercial resouces
New York, New York| London, England: Historical Publishing Company, 1887

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Contents

[Cover] The industries of Wisconsin. Facts, figures and illustrations, historical, descriptive and biographical: rail road centre commercial and manufacturing advantages. Industry, improvement and enterprise: Madison, Racine, Appleton, Oshkosh, Kenosha, Manitowoc, Beloit, Janesville, Fon-Du-Lac, Sheboygan, Portage, La Crosse, Jefferson, Watertown, Baraboo, Sparta, etc.

[Title page] Historical review of the state of Wisconsin. Its industrial and commercial resources. Descriptive and biographical. Embracing the cities and towns of Madison, Racine, Appleton, Oshkosh, Manitowoc, Fon-Du-Lac, Kenosha, Janesville, Watertown, Beloit, Sheboygan, Portage, Jefferson, Baraboo, La Crosse, Menasha, Sparta, etc. Containing a mailing, shipping, and expressing guide to every post-office in the state, p. [i]

Index to towns, p. [ii]

General index, pp. [ii]-iv

The state of Wisconsin, its early history, progress and remarkable development, pp. [33]-45

Post offices in the state of Wisconsin. Alphabetically arranged, with population, pp. [46]-53

Madison, pp. 54-63

Racine, pp. 63-75

Appleton, pp. 75-86

Oshkosh, pp. 87-92

Manitowoc, pp. 92-99

Kenosha, pp. 99-104

Fond du Lac, pp. 104-108

Janesville, pp. 108-116

Beloit, pp. 116-124

Sheboygan, pp. 124-131

Watertown, pp. 131-137

Portage, pp. 138-141

Jefferson, pp. 142-144

Baraboo, pp. 144-148

La Crosse, pp. 149-163

Menasha, pp. 164-167

Neenah, p. 168

Sparta, pp. 168-169

Mauston, pp. 169-[170]

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