Whitbeck, R. H., 1871-1939 (Ray Hughes) / The geography and economic development of southeastern Wisconsin
The geography and economic development of southeastern Wisconsin. Chapter I. Introduction, pp. -4 PDF (830.0 KB)
4 GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN Racine still makes use of the lake to a certain extent, but lake transportation is a minor factor in the business life of the city. In the case of Kenosha it is a still smaller factor. Of the seven cities which are not on the lake shore and are not im- mediate suburbs of Milwaukee, only Waukesha-which has ex- cellent railway facilities-is having a noteworthy industrial growth. Many of the villages are smaller than they were a generation ago, and the rural population is scarcely holding its own. Burlington, Delavan, Flkhorn, Lake Geneva, Oconomowoc, Whitewater, and Waukesha.
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