Clark County, Wisconsin

Historical Articles

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Our neighbor used to say you could jump on tree stumps across 40 acres without hitting the ground!  Fields look so nice now but digging out all those stumps and stones was a massive effort.  Paul Forester, Clark Co., Wis. Native

 

Churches

Reformed and Evangelical Unification (1933)

Clark County History

History: Clark Co., Wis. Chairmen & Clerks (1898)

County Improvements

1936

Paving Highway 73.

1937

Fish Planted in the Area Streams

More Acres Allotted to County Forest

Electricity

Clark Electric Cooperative

1930's Rural Electirc Cooperatives

Clark Co., WI Memories & History

Equipment

1911 Silos

Tools of the Past

Farming

1933 Clark Co., WI Milk Strike

FBI File - Cattle Poisoning by Alien Enemy

History: Ring & Youman's Prospectus.

Silos in Clark Co., Wis.

Historical Notes

Origins of Clark County Townships

WI Counties Origins

Immigration & Ethnic Groups

Amish

Coming of the Danes

Dunkards (Church of the Brethren)

Indians of Clark Co., Wisconsin

Italian Immigrants (25 May 1910)

Lippe-Detmolder Settlement in Wisconsin

Lippe-Detmolder Settlement in Clark Co., Wisconsin

Mormon Period--"An Unwritten Page of Early Clark and Jackson County History"

Mormon History

Mormon Marriage Proposals (1900)

Negros of Early Clark Co., Wisconsin

Local History

Index

1897 Proposed Formation of "Rivers" County, Wisconsin (from portions of Clark, Wood & Marathon)

Communities

History: Ring & Youman's Prospectus.

1909 History of Greenwood, Wisconsin

Clark County wants Main Street Program (2005)

 

Naturalization

Naturalization Hearings

Citizenship Celebration (1938)

Libraries

State Support

Logging

 

Unknown Family Photo - 1898 Dorchester, Wis.

 

1902 Early logging days, - Photo

1903 Logging Memories by Bill Warn

1918 History of Clark Co., Wisconsin - Lumbering History

Early Logging in Clark and Jackson Counties

From Forest to Farm (Dewhurst, Levis, Sherwood & Washburn Townships)

Mormon Logging Centenial (1944)

The Quest for Lumber in Clark Co., Wisconsin

Military History

Clark County in the Civil & Spanish-American Wars

1918 Military History of Clark County, WI; Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge, Chicago
and Winona, H. C. Cooper Jr., & Co.

Published Historical Accounts (Available on this site)

1846 Christmas in Neillsville, WI

1875 American Sketch Book by Bella French

1881 History of Clark Co., WI

History: 1881 Clark and Jackson County Biographical Histories

History: Ring & Youman's Wisconsin Land, Emigration and Colonization Company.

1909 History of Clark Co., WI by Robert J. McBride

1915 Granton News' "Clark County, The Heart of Wisconsin"

1918 History of Clark County, WI; Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge, Chicago
and Winona, H. C. Cooper Jr., & Co.; Villages & Communities; Logging

1918 Biographical Index of the History of Clark County, WI; Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge, Chicago
and Winona, H. C. Cooper Jr., & Co.

1918 History of Clark Co., Wisconsin - Lumbering History

1918 Military History of Clark County, WI; Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge, Chicago
and Winona, H. C. Cooper Jr., & Co.

1918 Villages, Towns & Communities

Eaton Townhip & Greenwood

Law & Ethnic Assimilation in Wisconsin, 1846-1920

Prisoner of War Camps (1945)

1936 Unwritten Early Page (Clark & Jackson Co., WI History)

1977-Bicentennial Stories of Clark County, WI

Rail Roads

Settlements, Post Offices and Railroad Stations (along Clark, Wood and Marathon County tracks).

Soo Line Rail Road Advertisement (1931)

Residents

1956 Directory

Reunions

Organizing

Schools

Drivers Education Offered to Wisconsin Students (1942)

Settlers

Early Settlers

Old Settler's Club

 

War Effects

World War II Sugar Rationing Notice, Humbird Enterprise, 2 May 1942

 

 

Early Clark County Oat Field, contributed by Beth Shetter.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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