Wilbert, Carl F. / History of the town of Mequon
The Thiensville Dam
shore and take out the fish. Oh, what fun this was. These fishermen had to have a lot of patience. This patience was exhibited all times of the night. Some real good catches were made of pickerel, lake sucker, bass, etc. From this little nucleus of activity sprung a very nice little village. An age old axiom read follows: hoLow me a thriving villg and T shal% .w .you thrivi.: community surrounding it. This certainly was evidence by Thiensviile and Mequon.
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