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  • Wisconsin Gazetteer, containing the names, location and advantages of the counties, cities, towns, villages, post offices, and settlements,together with a description of the lakes, water courses, prairies, and public localities, in the state of Wisconsin, alphabetically arranged by John Warren Hunt. 1853.
  • Wisconsin and its Resources, Wisconsin and its resources; with lake Superior, its commerce and navigation. Including a trip up the Mississippi, and a canoe voyage on the St. Croix and Brule rivers to lake Superior. To which are appended, the constitution of the state [etc.] By James S. Ritchie. 1853.
  • An Illustrated History of the State of Wisconsin, Charles R. Tuttle, 1875
  • The State of Wisconsin, embracing brief sketches of its history, position, resources and industries, and a catalogue of its exhibits at the Centennial at Philadelphia. 1876.
  • History of Wisconsin. Volume 1. In three parts, historical, documentary, and descriptive. William Rudolph Smith, 1854.
  • History of Wisconsin. Volume 3. In three parts, historical, documentary, and descriptive. William Rudolph Smith, 1854.
  • Heritage Books: Wisconsin

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