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

Clickable Map of Juneau 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> Juneau County, WI (20) Adams County, WI (8) Columbia County, WI (73) Jackson County, WI (25) Monroe County, WI (19) Sauk County, WI (47) Vernon County, WI (27) Wood County, WI (55)  JuneauCounty(20) Juneau County (20)  AdamsCounty(8) Adams County (8)  ColumbiaCounty(73) Columbia County (73)  JacksonCounty(25) Jackson County (25)  MonroeCounty(19) Monroe County (19)  SaukCounty(47) Sauk County (47)  VernonCounty(27) Vernon County (27)  WoodCounty(55) Wood County (55)
Location of Wonewoc, Wisconsin
    Juneau County (20)
    Adams County (8)
    Columbia County (73)
    Jackson County (25)
    Monroe County (19)
    Sauk County (47)
    Vernon County (27)
    Wood County (55)
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1Wisconsin (Juneau County), Wonewoc — The Lost DistrictWhere Wonewoc Began
Though today only faint traces of early structures remain, this was the site of much industrial activity in the early days of the Village of Wonewoc. From the original log dam and sawmill of the Willard brothers in 1851 to the Power House and Dam of . . . Map (db m33910) HM
2Wisconsin (Juneau County), Wonewoc — Towns made from this?Oxbow Lake and Brickyard Slough
Old rivers, like the Baraboo, have wide flood plains and many wide curves called meanders. These sharp bends and twists frequently become so curved that a loop is formed, separated by only a narrow neck of land. The river eventually cuts across the . . . Map (db m158701) HM
3Wisconsin (Juneau County), Wonewoc — Wonewoc HistoryIncorporated 1878
Explored by white lumber prospectors in 1842, this site was settled in 1851 and platted as the Village of Wonewoc in 1854. Long the center of a thriving agricultural district with a vibrant local market, the village was originally a lusty lumber . . . Map (db m158700) HM
Apr. 21, 2021