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Historical Markers in Hayward, Wisconsin

 
Clickable Map of Sawyer County, Wisconsin and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Sawyer County, WI (9) Ashland County, WI (19) Barron County, WI (7) Bayfield County, WI (21) Douglas County, WI (22) Price County, WI (7) Rusk County, WI (5) Washburn County, WI (3)  SawyerCounty(9) Sawyer County (9)  AshlandCounty(19) Ashland County (19)  BarronCounty(7) Barron County (7)  BayfieldCounty(21) Bayfield County (21)  DouglasCounty(22) Douglas County (22)  PriceCounty(7) Price County (7)  RuskCounty(5) Rusk County (5)  WashburnCounty(3) Washburn County (3)
Hayward is the county seat for Sawyer County
Hayward is in Sawyer County
      Sawyer County (9)  
ADJACENT TO SAWYER COUNTY
      Ashland County (19)  
      Barron County (7)  
      Bayfield County (21)  
      Douglas County (22)  
      Price County (7)  
      Rusk County (5)  
      Washburn County (3)  
 
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1Wisconsin (Sawyer County), Hayward — 88 — Hayward and the "Big Mill"
Anthony Judson Hayward, 1835–1913, found this an ideal site for a water powered saw mill and organized the North Wisconsin Lumber Company to harvest the vast pine stands of the upper Namekagon. Their “Big Mill” was built beside the . . . Map (db m47416) HM
2Wisconsin (Sawyer County), Hayward — 50 — Namekagon - Court Oreilles Portage
Still visible here is the southeast terminus of the 2½ mile portage that linked the St. Croix and Chippewa River systems. Indians, explorers, missionaries and fur-traders all used this "carrying place" to move their birch bark canoes back and . . . Map (db m47351) HM
3Wisconsin (Sawyer County), Hayward — 567 — The Moose Lake Dam
The original dam, called the Goodrich Dam, was built by Jim Goodrich in 1878. It was used to raise the level of the Moose River to float logs during the spring log drives. Another dam, called the West Fork Dam, was built by John and Billy England in . . . Map (db m147248) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 6, 2022