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Whitbeck, R. H., 1871-1939 (Ray Hughes) / The geography and economic development of southeastern Wisconsin
(1921)

Index,   pp. [245]-252 PDF (1.6 MB)


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Cram, Captain, 188
Crops, Waukesha county. 134
Cudahy Bros., 105, 118
(Cudahy, industries of, 113
meat packing in, 105, 106
Dairying, Kenosha county, 183
Milwaukee county, 121
Racine county, 141
Walworth county, 228
Waukesha county, 134, 136
Danes in Racine county, 139
Darien, 225
Delafield, 124
Delavan, climatic data, 23
early roads into, 221
manufacturing in. 222
population, 1880-1920, 222
population, growth of, 224
school for the deaf, 221
settlement, 221
Delavan Lake, -222
Delavan Lobe of glacier, map, 9
Desplaines River, 18
Drainage of southeastern Wisconsin, ef-
fects of drift deposits, 16, 17
Dupont Powder Co., 180
Durkee, Charles, 187, 188
Dousman, 132
Eagle, 124, 132
Easson, James, quoted, 149, 154
East Troy, 214, 215, 224
Eisendrath Tanning Co., 168, 173
Ela, Richard, 178
Electric Railroad, Burlington to Milwau-
waukee, 178
East Troy to Milwaukee, 224
Elkhorn, brick making, 28
first railroad, 223
plank road to, 223
population of, 1880-1920, 223
population, growth of, 224
settlement, 223
Erie canal, relation to Wisconsin, 51
Esterly, George, 217
Excursionists to opposite sides of Lake
Michigan, 36
Farm values, Kenosha county, 181
Racine county, 141
Fish Bros., Wagon Factory, 163, 166
Fish ree-ived at Milwaukee, 66
Flour milling In Milwaukee, 98, 99
in Milwaukee, 1860-1919, 101
in various cities, 100
Fontana, 221, 225
Foundries in early Milwaukee, 112
Fox River, 18, 123, 179, 180
Fox-Wisconsin improvement, 54
Frank, Colonel Michael, 190, 191, 192
Freight movements, cities of lake Michi-
gan, map, 39
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Frost Manutacturing Co., hub
Fruit growing on opposite shores of Lake
Michigan, 33, 34
Fur trading posts, 41
Game in early Racine county, 139
Genesee, 124
Geneva, (lake), 212, 219
Genoa Junction, 216, 224
Geological Survey of Wisconsin, publica-
tions, 234
Geology of southeastern Wisconsin. 11, 15
German immigrants, 32
Glacial deposits in southeastern Wiscon-
sin, 15
Glacial drift, 10
Glacial moraines, 9, 10
Glacial outwash. 16
Glacial period, 6
Glenwood stage of Lake Chicago, 14
Globe Knitting Mills, 222
Grain, shipments from Milwaukee, 61:
1858-1919, 62
Gravel and sand in southeastern Wiscon-
sin, 25
Great Lakes at various stages, maps, 12,
13
Great Lakes, coal traffic, 63
grain traffic, 61
various outlets of, maps. 12, 13
waterway, 49
Green Bay, Chicago, and Milwaukee con-
trasted, 47
Green Bay, wheat shipments, 1861, 62
Ground moraine, 16
Hannahs Manufacturing Co., 207
Harbor of Milwaukee, 42. 46, 59, 66, 68-72
freight movements, 1890-1918, graph.
105
Harbor of Kenosha, 184, 186, 187-192
Harbor of Racine, 143, 147-161
Harley-Davidson Co., 115
Hartland, 124, 132
Hides received at Milwaukee. 66
Historical synopsis, Milwaukee, 53
Holton, E. D., quoted, 75
Holton, Frank, Co., 223
Honey Creek, 225
Horlick's Malted Milk Co., 166, 167. i73
173
Illinois Steel Company, 114
Immigrants to southeastern Wisconsin,
52, 123, 139
Indians, removal by United States gov-
ernment, 212
Indian trails of southeastern Wisconsin,
72, 123, 131
Industries, early, influence of lake trans-
portation, 32
Institutions of higher learning in Mi!-
waukee, 116
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