Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
References used and recommended for further reading
REFERENCES USED AND RECOMMENDED FOR FURTER READING Those marked with asterisk are not readily avaiJ 1. History of Washington and Ozaukee Counties, Wisc 1881 by Western Historical Co., Chicago. Out of 2. Illustrated Historical Atlas of Wisconsin, publiE Snyder, Van Vechten Co., Milwaukee. Out of print 3. History and Directory of Ozaukee County, edited e 1899 by W.B. Krause, editor and publisher of the Herald, later combined with Port Washington Pilot 4. Official Records of the Town of Port Was Available only from Port Washington City Clerk. 5. First Minutes of the Vi llg of Port Washington, only from Port Washingtoi City Clerk. Restricted 6. The Ubbink-Weyker Family History, 1966 by Misses Ubbink. Available only from members of family. 7. The Kuechenmeister and Brinker Families by Miss N Kuechenmeister, West Bend, 1962. Copies owned b stai-eHistorical Society) Madison. Pertains to Town of *Reprints of parts of this book made by Ozaukee scrap book of newspaper clippings in Niederkorn ibra Copies of some topics in this book have been made by Library and Fort Washington High School Library. One in the office of County Clerk. **Several copies owned by County Historical Soci ***One copy of this book owned by County Histori is said to be an old book written in Luxembourger, n owners not known to us. The files of the old Port Wa dating from 1859 in German are in the Niederkorn Libr ton, but only available by previous arrangement with and manuscripts owned by County Historical Society ma persons in the homes of Curators of the ColLection.
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