History of Calumet County
Calumet County, Wisconsin Genealogy & History

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History of Northern Wisconsin

History of Northern Wisconsin
Publisher Chicago The Western Historical Company, A.T. Andreas, Proprietor
1881 Copyright The Western Historical Co.
Reprint The Ralph Secord Press Iron Mountain MI. 1988

Calumet County


The village of Stockbridge contains a population of 450 people, and is the main shipping point on Lake Winnebago. Before the railroad was built it handled, with Brothertown, a large share of the grain raised in the county. It contains two hotels, three churches, a fine school, etc., etc. Among those who assisted in building up the village may be named such as C. P. Skidmore, H. A. Williams, R. A. Buxton, etc., etc.

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