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Harney, Richard J. / History of Winnebago County, Wisconsin, and early history of the Northwest
(1880)

[Contents] Table of contents,   pp. [4]-7 PDF (1.9 MB)


Errata,   pp. 7-[8] PDF (582.3 KB)


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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
[List of Illustrations, continued]
TOWN OF NEKIMI.
Farm Residence of William Simmons  106
Farm Residence Milan Ford Opposite 290
Farm Residence Hiram B. Cook Opposite 118
TOWN OF ALGOMA.
Farm Residence of Carlton Foster Opposite 291
Farm Residence Ebenezer Hubbard Opposite 292
Farm Residence R. C. Wood Opposite 293
TOWN OF BLACK WOLF.
Farm Residence of Charles Morgan  Opposite 96
Farm Residence George Flemming Opposite 293
Farm Residence Alexander Bangs Opposite  282
Farm Residence Geo. A. Randall Opposite  48
TOWN OF NEPEUSKUN.
Farm Residence of Andrew Sutherland Opposite 247
Farm Residence Jerome Betry Opposite 246
Farm Residence Chas. Wm. Kurz  Opposite 130
TOWN OF RUSHFORD.
Waukau Flouring Mills, Bean & Palfrey Opposite 97
TOWN OF CLAYTON
Farm Residence of L. Hinman Opposite 107
TOWN OF VINLAND.
F. L. Bartlett Opposite 105
PERSONAL NOTICES.
Personal Notices 169-182
Personal Notices 296 (k) 296 (n)
MANUFACTURERS AND BUSINESS HOUSES.
CITY OF OSHKOSH.
James L. Clark, Star Match Works 169
Foster & Jones, Sash, Door and Lumber M'f'rs 170
Robert McMullen & Co., Sash, Door and Lumber M'f'rs 172
Williamson, Libbey & Co., Sash and Door M'F'rs 172 
Radford & Bro., Sash, Door and Lumbner M'f'rs 296(k)334
Geo. W. Pratt, Lumber Mf'r 348-296(l)
C. N. Paine & Co., Lumber M'f'rs 175
CITY OF OSHKOSH.                           
John S. Fraker, Shingle M'f'r 338
Cook, Brown & Co., Brick, Lime and Drain Tile M'f'rs 171
H. C. Gustavus & Co., Flour     'f'rs 172
Parsons &  Goodfellow, Carriage Works 296(j)
Martin Battis, Steam Boiler M'f'r 173
John F. Morse, Foundry and Machine Shop  296 (1) 328
Wm. Spikes & Co., Furniture M'f'rs and Dealers 296 (m) 336
B. H. Soper, Furniture M'f'r and Dealer  296 (m) 346
J. B. Loper, Soap M'rfr  333
W. W. Daggett, Oshkosh Business College 186
Wm. Hill & Co., Dry Goods 165 and 320
Carswell & Hughes Dry Goods 166 and 324
Sam'l Eckstein, if erchant Tailor  179 and 326
Andrew Haben, Merchant Tailor  175
Schmit Bros. Trunk Factory  296 (j) and 173
Ferdinand Hermann, Grocer   174
Geo. F. Stroud, Oils, Paints and Glass  175 and 330
Sam'l M. Hay, Hardware   173
Tom Wall, Freight Agent M. & St. Paul R. R   176
Gustavus lesch 177
Beckwith House  344
E. W. Viall, Grocer  296(m) and 347
Leonard Mayer, Grocer  296(n) and 340
John Begliner, Grocer  349 and 342
A. lichtenberger, Grocer  349 and 322
Wille & Ploetz, Hardware  296(m) and 322
James Kennedy, Grocer   296(m) and 331
Chas. Quinlan, Grocer    296 (n) and 331
R. E. Bennett. Grocer    296 (n) and 338
Sebastian Ostertag, Grocer 296 (n) and 334
Hoboes & VanDoren, Grocers 296 (n) and 338
C. A. Johnson & Co., Boots and Shoes 349 and 328
Geo. F. Eastman, Books and Stationery    296(m) and 348
Henry Schneider, Building Contractor   296 (l) and 340
Thos. Polley, Building Contractor    296 (l) and 340
Weisbrod & Harshaw, Lawyers   350
Wm. Kelley, Clocks, Watches and Jewelry Back Cover.
Eugene Fraker 349
CITY OF NEENAH.
A. H. F. Krneger   212
J. B .  Russell   212
Carl J. Eraby, Insurance Agent 339
Bergstrom Bros. & Co., Stove Works 335
Whitenack & Mitchell 337
John Roberts' Summer Resort 212
CITY OF MENASHA.
Webster & Lawson Hub and Spoke Factory 227
Menasha Wooden Ware Company 223 and 242
S. S. Roby 341
ERRATA.
The last paragraph in first column, Page 50, should read:
procured by Gen. Lewis Cass from the Archives of the War
Department of France, while he was officiating, etc.
The last paragraph in second column, Page 60, should be:
In 1829, the Winnebagoes ceded a portion of their lands near
the lead mines; and 1833, they ceded all of their lands south
of the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers. In 1838, they relinquished
their claims to all of their lands east of the Mississippi.
The last paragraph in second column, Page 67, should be:
The Post at Prairie du Chien instead of Green Bay.
Page 68, the date at head of page should be: 1812.
Page 88, in last paragraph, first column should be, Government lands, instead
of Government bonds.
The second paragraph on Page 94 should be: thirty-two
years ago, instead of twenty-eight.
On Page 149 should be: the High School Building was
erected in 1867, instead of 1857.
Page 139, Geo. Mayer, Watchmaker and Jeweller.    His
name ought to be inserted as one of the firms doing business
in Oshkosh in 1850.
The several town officers, mentioned in this work as present
town officers, are those of 1879.
Page 195, last paragraph, should read: In September, 1836,
the Menominees ceded that portion of Winnebago County,
which lies north of the Upper Fox River, except the small
tract east of the Lower Fox, which was formerly Winnebago
territory, and ceded by that tribe to the Government in 1833.


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