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History Items on this Site

A Brief History of Clark County, Wisconsin written and submitted by Kay Scholtz


Clark County, Wisconsin, Town Name Origins Compiled in July, 2003, in observance of Clark County's 150th anniversary (Copyright 2003 - Kay Scholtz)


History of the Town of Sherwood written and submitted by Kay Scholtz.


History of Clark County included in the "History of Northern Wisconsin:" An Account of It's Settlement, Growth, Development and Resources; An Extensive Sketch of Its Counties, Cities, Towns and Villages. Publ. 1881
   Location and Natural Features
   Settlement
   The Press
   Pineries and Logging
   Cities, Towns and Villages............
      Abbotsford, Colby Dorchester
      Greenwood, Hemlock, Humbird
      Neillsville
   Biography Index


HISTORY OF CLARK COUNTY, WISCONSIN Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge, Chicago and Winona, H. C. Cooper Jr., & Co. 1918.
      Neillsville

Post Offices in Clark County, February 1, 1901.

Press of Clark County, March 1, 1901.

Reminiscences of Clark County, Wisconsin, Pioneer Women compiled and contibuted by Kay Scholtz




Resource Items located on other Sites

"Logging History in Clark County",by Kay Scholtz.

Clark County Free Links and Resources ~ Golden Rule Genealogy

Stories of the Badger State - by Reuben Gold Thwaites New York Cincinnati Chicago American Book Company Copyright, 1900, by Reuben Gold Thwaites. Sto. Badger Sta.W. P. 7

The Wisconsin Capitol -- Official Guide and History- Edited and Published by Christian A Holst, Madison, Wisconsin Second Edition Revised and Enlarged. New Illstrations. Price 35 cents Copyright 1919, By Christian A. Holst, Madison, Wis.

The Orphan Train Project

Wisconsin State Institutions


Floral Bouquet © Copyright: All files on this site are copyrighted by their creator and/or contributor. They may be linked to but may not be reproduced on another site without specific permission from Clark County Coordinator Judy Groh, the State Coordinator, Tina Vickery and/or their contributor. My very special thanks to Holly Timm for the creation of the WIGenWeb Clark County graphic. The use of the Penny Postcard in the title graphic is used with permission of the Penny Post Cards a USGenWeb Archives Web Site.


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