Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
References used and recommended for further reading
References Used and Recommended For Further Reading 8. Old maps of Washington and Ozaukee Counties ana o especially those with business directories. Owne Historical Society, libraries and individuals. 9. Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church of Freistadt, Vol. I. Files of Historical Society. On sale at valuable reference. 10. Other anniversary publications available at most Fredonia, Its History, Development and Prospects, about 1915. History of the Town of Mequon to About 1870, by W Sr., Cedarburg News Print, also a 20th century pu Port Washington Centennial, 1835-1935, published President Port Washington Centennial, Inc. Publications of Chambers of Commerce and Business of Various Cities. Memorial to Bernard J. Cigrand, published 19i6 by Comittee, Waubeka. Anniversary publications of various churches tbro- Feature articles from local county newspapers and Sentinel and the Milwaukee Journal. Most existi, files are in German previous to World War I. U-. Manuscripts on various topics owned by County His, Some copies available.
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