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

Chapter IX. Walworth County,   pp. 212-228 PDF (4.3 MB)


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224        GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN
VVnLAGES OF WALWOBTH COUNTY
In addition to its four cities, Walworth County has four in-
corporated villages: East Troy and Genoa Junction each hav-
ing a population of about 700; Sharon, with a population of
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way running to Milwaukee.
There are also eleven smaller places ranging from hamlets
to villages of 300 to 400 people. These are: Allen Grove,
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