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Pioneer days of Evansville and vicinity

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Pioneer days of Evansville and vicinity
Evansville, Wisconsin: R. M. Antes, 1915

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Contents

[Cover] Pioneer days of Evansville and vicinity

[Title page] Pioneer days of Evansville and vicinity

Index

Illustrations

Chapter I: first settlers arrive in June, 1839, pp. [unnumbered]-8

Chapter II: experience of Elder Phelps entering land, pp. 9-15

Chapter III: railroad built through Evansville, pp. 15-16

Chapter IV: stage coaching in early Wisconsin days, pp. 17-19

Chapter V: from "The old settler's series," published in The badger, pp. 19-25

Chapter VI: early days in Cooksville, pp. 25-29

Chapter VII: from the pen of Mrs. Flora J.R. West, pp. 29-32

Chapter VII: an early day Methodist camp meeting, pp. 32-35

Chapter VIII: many respond to the call of arms, pp. 35-37

Chapter IX: letters by Levi Knepper and I.A. Hoxie, pp. 37-43

Chapter X: Col. Geo W. Hall, veteran showman, pp. 43-47

Chapter XI: David L. Mills once an attorney at Fulton, Wis., pp. 47-49

Chapter XII: early days of Albany, Wis., pp. 49-54

Chapter XIII: letter written by J.K.P. Porter, pp. 54-55

Chapter XIV: Theodore Robinson, pp. 56-57

Chapter XV: letter written by Joseph H. West, pp. 57-60

Chapter XVI: Almeron Eager, pp. 60-61

Chapter XVII: early factory days, pp. 62-63 ff.


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