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History of the town of Mequon, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, brought down to about 1870

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Corrigan, Walter D., Sr.
History of the town of Mequon, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, brought down to about 1870
[Mequon, Wisconsin?]: Mequon Club, [1950]
23 p. : ill. ; 21 cm

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Contents

[Cover] History of the town of Mequon, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, brought down to about 1870

[Title page] History of the town of Mequon, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, brought down to about 1870, pp. [1]-[2]

Thiensville mill, p. 3

Introduction, p. 4

The origin and meaning of the name "Mequon", p. 5

The pronunciation, pp. 5-6

The early geography, p. 7

The white man comes, p. 8

The early settlers and settlements , pp. 8-12

Indian relations, p. 13

The piers built into the lake, p. 13

The county seat and county government, pp. 13-15

The contest over the county seat, pp. 15-16

Schools, p. 16

School and town affairs, p. 17

Churches, p. 18

Observations from Judge Timlin's autobiography, pp. 18-21

The Indian scare, pp. 21-22

Others who became prominent, p. 22

The cold day of 1862, p. 22

Railroads, p. 23

Bibliography, pp. 23 ff.

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