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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 the natural history of the state; brief sketches of its altered condition at different periods and the causes leading thereto; a short history of the origin and happy conclusion of the late war, with the heroic part acted by Wisconsin troops, the origin of our American lakes; and numberous discussions on the various natural phenomena observable in several of the states

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Gregory, John
A new and vastly improved edition of the Industrial resources of Wisconsin, containing numerous new subjects, not in the first edition; such as the natural history of the state; brief sketches of its altered condition at different periods and the causes leading thereto; a short history of the origin and happy conclusion of the late war, with the heroic part acted by Wisconsin troops, the origin of our American lakes; and numberous discussions on the various natural phenomena observable in several of the states
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Milwaukee See-Bote job print, 1870
vi, [7]-320 p. 22 cm.

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Contents

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Biographical index

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

To his excellency Lucius Fairchild, pp. [iii]-[iv]

Preface, pp. [v]-vi

Industrial resources. Chapter I, pp. [vii]-43

Chapter II, pp. [44]-54

Chapter III, pp. [55]-69

Chapter IV, pp. [70]-77

Chapter V, pp. [78]-103

Biography. Lucius Fairchild, pp. [104]-109

James Ludington, pp. [110]-112

Samuel Brown, president of the "Old Settlers' Club", pp. [113]-114

E. B. Wolcott, p. 114

John Nazro, p. [115]

Hon. Andrew Galbraith Miller, pp. [115]-116

Hon. William Pitt Lynde, p. 116

William Augustus Prentiss, pp. 116-117

George B. Goodwin, p. [118]

Don. A. J. Upham, pp. [118]-120

The late Hon. Charles Quentin, p. 120

Hon. James S. Brown, p. 120

Ferdinand Kuehn, pp. 120-121

John H. Tesch, pp. 121-122

Industrial resources, pp. 122-126

Chapter VI, pp. [127]-136

Sketch of the career of Hon. Leonard J. Farewell, pp. 136-151

Rt. Rev'd. William Edmond Armitage, pp. 151-152

Hon. Levi Hubbell, pp. 152-153

Hon. Richard W. Hubbell, pp. 153-154

Hon. James Mallory, p. 154

Joseph Phillips, pp. 154-155

A. R. R. Butler, pp. 155-156

James G. Jenkins, p. 156

H. A. Starr, pp. 156-157

Edward O'Neill, p. 157

John Plankinton, p. 157

John Pixley, p. 158

Increase A. Lapham, p. 158

Benjamin Bagnall, p. 158

J. B. Stemper, pp. 158-167

Chapter VII, pp. 167-180

Hon. Edward Salomon, pp. 180-181

George W. Allen, pp. 181-182

Dr. James Douglas, pp. 182-183

Moritz von Baumbach, pp. 183-184

Charles von Baumbach, pp. 184-185

James B. Cross, pp. 185-186

Loyd Grayson Harris, p. 186

Robert N. Austin, p. 186

Lieutenant Dexter N. Kasson, p. 187

Joseph F. McMullen, p. 187

William George, pp. 187-188

John Saar, p. 188

Edwin Townsend, p. 188

August Greulich, p. 189

Stephen W. Granger, p. 189

A. F. W. Boden, pp. 189-190

Peter V. Deuster, p. 190

Jeremiah Quinn, pp. 190-191

Chapter VII, pp. 191-208

Thaddeus C. Pound, pp. 209-213

Henry Baetz, pp. 213-214

George Pfister and Fred Vogel, pp. 214-215

John A. Baker, pp. 215-216

J. B. Selby, Jun., p. 216

W. A. Webber, p. 216

Frederick Wardner, pp. 216-217

George Bremer, p. 217

George H. Folds, pp. 217-218

George Gregory, pp. 218-220

The new stock yards, pp. 220-221

Four [Flour] and grain, p. 221

Receipts: sources of supply, p. 222

Shipments: directions of shipments, pp. 222-223

Flour, p. 224

Wheat, pp. 224-226

Oats, p. 226

Receipts and shipments of beans in 1869, p. 227

Peas, p. 227

Potatoes, p. 227

Cranberries, p. 227

Weights and measures, pp. 227-231

Exports of beef and pork in 1869, p. 231

Engelmann Transportation Company, pp. 232-233

Chapter IX, pp. 234-247

Hon. Wm. E. Smith, pp. 248-249

Llywelyn Breese, secretary of state, pp. 249-250

Samuel Fallows, pp. 250-252

Matthew Keenan, pp. 252-253

Andrew Mullen, pp. 253-254

Rev. Henry W. Spalding D. D., pp. 254-255

Rev. John B. Pradt, A. M., p. 255

George Q. Erskine, p. 256

Ashe R. H. Nichols, an old settler, pp. 256-262

Chapter XI, pp. 262-272

Jackson Kemper, D. D. L. L. D., pp. 272-275

Edward Ferguson, pp. 275-276

Wm. H. Radway, pp. 276-277

Dr. William W. Fox, pp. 277-278

William Kennedy, p. 278

Joseph H. Cordes, pp. 278-279

Heliodore J. Hilbert, pp. 279-280

Augustus T. Riddell, p. 280

Henry Friend, Meyer Friend, and Elias Friend, pp. 280-281

Horace Chase, pp. 281-284

James Stephen White, Dem., pp. 284-285

John Miller, p. 285

Edward and Michael F. McKey, pp. 285-286

Dr. James B. Bowen, pp. 286-288

David Atwood, pp. 289-294

Alex. A. Arnold, pp. 294-295

Henry O. Montague, pp. 295-296

Hon. Alexander Graham, pp. 296-298

John O'Rourke, p. 298

Hon. A. B. Braley, p. 299

George H. Paul, pp. 299-300

Charles Maas, an old settler, p. 300

Thomas P. Collingbourne, p. 300

Patrick McLaughlin, pp. 300-312

Extract from the History of my time, pp. 312-320 ff.


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