Beaver Township Community Life

Clark County, Wisconsin


The old and new Town Halls for the Town of Beaver.
The Old Town Hall picture is a painting done in 1993 by Helen Vater Blaha.  It was
located near the corner of  County Trunk K and Capital Road in Section 21.

The new town was built in 1999 on the other side of Capital Road in Section 16.

(Click the pictures to enlarge them)


Farms of Beaver Township






Schilling--was a railroad station on the Fairchild and Northeastern Railroad, and was located on the border between Sections 19 and 30 of the Town of Beaver.  The railroad operated here from about 1906 - 1926.  We do know Shilling had a cheese factory, but are in need of additional information concerning it.  Please contact Helen Blaha if you have more details.  Notes: #1, #2


Terro--Terro had a post office from 1884-1886.


West Beaver--May 12, 1906

Beaver-Longwood Picnic (25-May-1905)

Local Scenes



The watercolor scene of Beaver Township, Clark County, Wisconsin above was painted by a local artist, Helen Blaha.  (original photo below)



The Beaver Farm Fall Scene above was photographed by Helen Blaha, artist and local resident in the Fall of  2002



Pelsdorf Ave., Beaver Township, Clark Co., Wis., photographed by Helen Blaha, Fall 2002.





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