Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
[Contents] Table of contents and locations of sites & markers, pp. I-IV
Table of Contents - Locations, cont'd. OZAUKEE COUNTY PIONEM VILLAGE (It is located on County "I" between Hawthorno Rd. marked CP on map.) 1. Ahner Log House - Hawthorne Hills Park 2. Zettler Half Timber House - Hawthorne Hills Park 3. Hashak Log Hay Barn - Hawthorne Hills Park This brief history was assembled, edited 0 by a Volunteer Committee of Three: Mrs. Dorotl coin School Librarian, Port Washington; and tw( chairmen of the Ozaukee County Historical Soci( James McCray, Ways and Means and Village Furnii Arnold Batr, Publicity and Archives. It was pi the schools and libraries of Ozaukee County by by the County Historical Society, June 1967. of Three extends thanks for long hours of work by Ralph Luedtke and for use of pictures to Vei local newspapers and to donors of pictures to 1 Society files. Also to many others who helped we extend our thanks. Added to the Credits on page should be: History of Thiensville and Mec Eccles.
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