Prairie Du Chien Wisconsin

After the county of Crawford had been created it was clearly seen that the people resident therein needed a town organization; so the secretary of the Territory of Michigan, William Woodbridge, then vested with the power and authority of governor, issued a proclamation forming a "township" (town), which was named the Borough of Prairie Des Chiens.. Read more...

Additional Resources for Borough of Prairie Du Chien
Schools
Flouring Mill
Town of Prairie Du Chien
Incorporation and Town Officers
City Post Office
Railroads and Boat Landing
The Pile Pontoon Railway Bridge
Public Schools
District No. 1
District No. 2
Roman Catholic Schools
Independent German School
Ferries
Fire Department
Cemeteries
City Park
Artesian Wells
Mills and Manufactories
Commercial Interests
Business of "Lower Town."
Business of "Upper Town."

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Prairie Du Chien

Borough of Prairie du Chien
First Settlement
First Officers
City of Prairie du Chien
American Settlement
Recorded Plats
City Officers 1872 - 1884
Churches
Societies
Business Directory, 1883

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Racine County

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