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Atlas of Waukesha Co. Wisconsin, drawn from actual surveys and the county records to which is added a railroad & sectional map of the state of Wisconsin

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Atlas of Waukesha Co. Wisconsin, drawn from actual surveys and the county records to which is added a railroad & sectional map of the state of Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin: Harrison & Warner, 1873

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[Title page] Atlas of Waukesha Co. Wisconsin, drawn from actual surveys and the county records to which is added a railroad & sectional map of the state of Wisconsin, pp. [1]-[2]

[Contents] Table of contents, p. [3]

Table of air-line distances of Waukesha County, Wis., p. [4]

Outline map of Waukesha Co. Wis., pp. 5-[6]

Eagle, pp. 7-[9]

Mukwonago, p. 10-11

Vernon, pp. 10-11-[12]

Muskego, pp. 13-[14]

Ottawa, pp. 15-[16]

Genesee, pp. 17-[18]

Waukesha, pp. 19-[21]

Hartland, Sussex, Waukesha, pp. 22-23-[24]

New Berlin, pp. 25-[26]

Summit, pp. 27-[28]

Delafield, pp. 29-[30]

Delafield, Menomonee Falls, Genesee, Denoon, Utica, pp. 31-[32]

Pewaukee, pp. 33-[34]

Pewaukee, Fussville, Mapleton, Mukwonago, Elm Grove, North Lake Village, Merton, Monterey, pp. 35-[36]

Brookfield, pp. 37-[38]

Oconomowoc, pp. 39-[41]

North Prairie Station, Eagle, Genesee Depot, Waterville, Oconomowoc, pp. 42-43-[44]

Merton, pp. 45-[46]

Lisbon, pp. 47-[48]

Menomonee, pp. 49-[50]

Territorial history of Wisconsin, p. [51]

The population of Wisconsin by towns, villages, and cities, pp. [52] ff.

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