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Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin

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Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
1965
100 p. : ill. ; 32 cm

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Contents

[Cover] Early history of Ozaukee County Wisconsin

[Title page] Early history of Ozaukee County Wisconsin

[Contents] Table of contents and locations of sites & markers, pp. I-IV

Credits, pp. V-VI

Ozaukee Co., p. VII

[Contents] Key to numbers on map of county, p. VIII

History of Ozaukee County, pp. 1-4

The great Indian scare, pp. 5-12

Ozaukee County Indians, p. 13

History of Cedarburg - its growth through industry and the pioneers who settled there, pp. 13-14A

Key personalities in the history of Cedarburg & Ozaukee County, pp. 15-21

The Columbia Mill - now known as the Weber Milling Company, pp. 22-23

The Cedarburg Mill - Cedarburg Supply Company, pp. 24-26

Wittenberg Mills Inc., pp. 27-28

Excelsior Mill - Cedarburg Nail Company, p. 29

Cedarburg Grist Mill, p. 30

Planing Mill, p. 31

Pleasant Valley octogon schoolhouse - now a home , p. 32

Covered bridge, pp. 33-34e

Payne's dance hall, pp. 35-36

Historical sketches of Saukville, pp. 37-39

Saukville, pp. 40-41

Early prominent men in Saukville history, pp. 42-44

Port Washington, pp. 44a-54

Pier Street - Port Washington, p. 55

"1856" wreck of the S.S. Toledo, pp. 56-57

Pebble house, pp. 58-59

Leland Stanford's law office, pp. 60-60A

Port Ulao, pp. 61-62

Early history of Grafton, pp. 63-67

Old lime kilns, p. 68

Hamilton and Concordia Mill, pp. 69-69B

Octagonal barns, pp. 70-74

The history of Thiensville and Mequon, pp. 75-80

Theinsville Mill - torn down, p. 80A

Trinity church-freistandt - town of Mequon, pp. 81-82

History of Belgium, pp. 83-86

Holy Cross - town of Belgium, pp. 87-87A

Town of Fredonia village of Waubeka, pp. 88-92

Village of Fredonia, p. 93

Village of Little Kohler, p. 94

Stony Hill schoolhouse, p. 95

Log house at Hawthorne Hills, p. 96

Zettler half-timber house, p. 97

Hashak log barn, p. 97

References used and recommended for further reading


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