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Central Wisconsin Digitization Project, Marathon County Public LibraryNo log in required. An online archive of the rich local history of the towns, villages, and cities in Marathon County, including centennial histories written by local residents, with many illustrations documenting family life and economic development in central Wisconsin.
Clark County, Wisconsin History & Genealogy, Loyal Public LibraryNo log in required. Clark Co., Wis. Local History and Genealogy, Ancestry, Marriage, Biographies, Obituaries, Death Records, Anniversary article, tributes, Church, Census, Communities…
Crandon Public Library’s Local History Collection, Crandon Public Library
- Crandon Public Library Local history Holdings
- Recollection Wisconsin-Crandon Public Library
- Find a Grave-Crandon Public Library
Three Lakes Genealogical Society Obituary Database, E.U. Demmer Public LibraryE.U. Demmer Public Library, Three Lakes Wisconsin Log in: witlgs Password: U7asMP4z Visit the Three Lakes Genealogical Society website for additional information.
Marathon County Local History, Marathon County Public LibraryNo log in required. An online archive of the rich local history of the towns, villages, and cities in Marathon County, including centennial histories written by local residents, with many illustrations documenting family life and economic development in central Wisconsin.
Tomahawk Historical Society, Tomahawk Public LibraryNo log in required. View a collection of historical documents, biographies, yearbooks, genealogy and more. Every community has its own unique and interesting history, and Tomahawk, Wisconsin is no exception. Wm. H. Bradley chose this area to realize his dream of building a city. In 1886 he began the process of carving a city out of wilderness and almost overnight, Tomahawk was born. People arrived; logging camps, sawmills and a dam were built; homes, stores and other businesses followed, as well as a school and hospital. And the railroad extended to the city. Though the logging boom eventually died down, the community continued to thrive. The community pride and spirit demonstrated by the early settlers still prevails.
University of Wisconsin Digital Collections, Marathon County Public LibraryNo log in required. Brings together, in digital form, two categories of primary and secondary materials: writings about the State of Wisconsin and unique or valuable materials that relate to its history and ongoing development.
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