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A standard history of Sauk County, Wisconsin: Volume I

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Cole, Harry Ellsworth, 1861-1928, Editor
A standard history of Sauk County, Wisconsin: Volume I
Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1918
2 v. 27 cm.

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Contents

[Title page]

Preface, Cole, Harry Ellsworth p. iii

Contents, pp. v-xv

Index, pp. xvii-xxvii

[Chapter I: Nature's work], pp. [unnumbered]-17

Chapter II: Nature through science, pp. 18-41

Chapter III: The crops and live stock, pp. 42-65

[Chapter IV: Farm and industrial life], pp. [66]-101

Chapter V: Story of animated nature, pp. 102-125

[Chapter VI: Traces of the native races], pp. [126]-165

Chapter VII: Sauk County indians, pp. 166-184

[Chapter VIII: Settlement before county organization], pp. [185]-220

Chapter IX: County affairs, pp. 221-260

Chapter X: Professional matters and personages, pp. 261-282

[Chapter XI: County schools and rural clubs], pp. [283]-300

Chapter XII: Water ways and land ways, pp. 301-333

Chapter XIII: Military affairs, pp. 334-362

Chapter XIV: Bird's-eye views, pp. 363-421

[Chapter XV: The city of Baraboo], pp. [422]-468

Chapter XVI: City of Reedsburg, pp. 469-482

Chapter XVII: Lower and upper Sauk, pp. 483-494

Chapter XVIII: Spring Green village, pp. 495-505

Chapter XIX: North Freedom, Lavalle and Ableman, pp. 506-515

Chapter XX: Merrimack and Loganville, pp. 516-523

Chapter XXI: Villages that went wrong, pp. 524-543

Chapter XXII: Memories of Greenfield town, pp. 544-558

Chapter XXIII: Pictures of southern Sauk County, pp. 559-566


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