“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Boaz, Wisconsin

Clickable Map of Richland County, Wisconsin and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Richland County, WI (15) Crawford County, WI (24) Grant County, WI (33) Iowa County, WI (20) Sauk County, WI (59) Vernon County, WI (27)  RichlandCounty(15) Richland County (15)  CrawfordCounty(24) Crawford County (24)  GrantCounty(33) Grant County (33)  IowaCounty(20) Iowa County (20)  SaukCounty(59) Sauk County (59)  VernonCounty(27) Vernon County (27)
Richland Center is the county seat for Richland County
Boaz is in Richland County
      Richland County (15)  
      Crawford County (24)  
      Grant County (33)  
      Iowa County (20)  
      Sauk County (59)  
      Vernon County (27)  
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1Wisconsin (Richland County), Boaz — 326 — Boaz Mastodon
In 1897, after a severe rainstorm in Richland County, farm boys Chris, Harry, Clyde and Verne Dosch found large bones sticking out of an eroded bank on a tributary of Mill Creek near Boaz. The bones were later identified as those of the extinct . . . Map (db m18859) HM
2Wisconsin (Richland County), Boaz — 402 — Ocooch Mountains
During the Black Hawk War of 1832, Black Hawk's band and the pursuing military ventured into this unknown terrain of steep ridges and valleys. Following nearby Mill Creek, some of the band headed over these rugged hills known as the Ocooch . . . Map (db m43534) HM
3Wisconsin (Richland County), Boaz — 315 — Richard M. Brewer
One of the most colorful incidents in the violent history of the American West during the late 1800s, the Lincoln County War in New Mexico involved a Boaz man named Richard M. Brewer. Born February 19, 1850, "Dick" Brewer came to Richland County . . . Map (db m43541) HM
4Wisconsin (Richland County), Boaz — 153 — Rural Electrification
This farm was the first in Wisconsin to obtain central station electric power from a rural electric cooperative. The farm home was constructed and wired for electric service by James Hanold in 1917. The Richland Cooperative Electric Association, . . . Map (db m18887) HM
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Sep. 29, 2022